From The Sun Jan. 1-7, 1845Jan. 4: The late warm weather...


January 01, 1995|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Jan. 1-7, 1845

Jan. 4: The late warm weather has already carried away the ice in the Delaware to such an extent as to leave a track pretty well clear between this city and Philadelphia.

Jan. 6: As counterfeiters are abroad, avoid all stores of doubtful character, and be particular to avoid purchasing from those persons who offer to sell at reduced prices.

From The Sun Jan. 1-7, 1895

Jan. 2: Many Baltimore clubs that had previously always held elaborate New Year's receptions made no preparations yesterday for a large number of visitors. At all of these it was stated that it had been deemed best to abandon the custom.

Jan. 4: It is said that fashion next summer will kindly permit ladies at seaside resorts to bathe without stockings and stylish young women are already having their feet prepared for next season's campaign.

From The Sun Jan. 1-7, 1945

Jan. 2: Exactly one minute after Sunday midnight a 7 pound 9 ounce boy made his appearance at the West Baltimore General Hospital, the first baby born in this city in 1945. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenfield, 4314 Penhurst Avenue. His father is a pharmacist.

Jan. 7: Mrs. William Bauernschmidt, public crusader and private benefactor, scourge of politicians and favorite of thousands of parents, Baltimore's No. 1 paradox and executive secretary of the Public School Association, will be 79 years old today.

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