From The Sun Nov. 20-26, 1844Nov. 25: Quite a handsome...

THIS WEEK

November 20, 1994|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Nov. 20-26, 1844

Nov. 25: Quite a handsome brick building has just been completed at the corner of Front and Pitt streets, designed to accommodate Female School No. 3, and the Eastern Female High School.

Nov. 26: John Quincy Adams passed through this city on Saturday evening, on his way to the seat of government.

From The Sun Nov. 20-26, 1894

Nov. 21: The North Avenue bridge is standing on its own foundations. Three weeks ago the removal of thousands of feet of supporting beams and timbers was begun, that is the timbers were all lowered, and for a week the giant arches of masonry have been supported entirely by the piers and abutments of the bridge.

Nov. 22: Founder's Day, the twenty-first anniversary of the opening of the McDonogh School, was observed at the school yesterday.

From The Sun Nov. 20-26, 1944

Nov. 20: Capt. Anne Roebuck, of the Army Nurse Corps, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Roebuck, of 2004 East 30th Street, Baltimore, today was awarded the Bronze Star Medal for high efficiency as principal chief nurse of one of the Army's evacuation hospitals close to the First Army's front line.

Nov. 23: Poly and City students, in conformance with an old tradition, invaded Sun Square last night and gave out with all the yells in the repertoire as a prelude to the City-Poly football game in the Stadium at 2:30 p.m. today.

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