75 Years Ago* The Annapolis Daughters of Isabella hosted...

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October 30, 1994|By Robert M. Pennington of the Ann Arrundell County Historical Society

75 Years Ago

* The Annapolis Daughters of Isabella hosted the largest Halloween party in town last night with an estimate of 350 children present. -- Anne Arundel County Kuethe Library files, Nov. 1, 1919.

* Anne Arundel County teachers are the third-best paid teachers Maryland, following Baltimore and Allegany. The average high school teacher salary is $1,093 with the average for white grammar or primary schools $686. The average salary of colored techers is $306. -- The Sun, Nov. 2, 1919.

* St. John's College alumni in Annapolis plan to erect a monument as a memorial to the approximately 27 men who gave their lives during the World War. An exact site is still to be decided on. -- The Sun, Nov. 4, 1919.

* Albert Edward, British Prince of Wales, and a party of 22 visited the Naval Academy in Annapolis yesterday. Admiral A. H. Scales officially received the Prince. -- The Sun, Nov. 15, 1919.

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