From The Sun Sept. 24-30, 1845Sept. 24: The new synagogue...

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September 24, 1995|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Sept. 24-30, 1845

Sept. 24: The new synagogue for the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, at the corner of Lloyd and Salisbury streets, is so nearly completed as to justify the announcement that it will be formally dedicated Friday night.

Sept. 25: A gentleman had his pocket picked yesterday morning at the time of departure of one of the trains at the depot on Pratt St., of a pocket book containing $260. He was a member of Congress but we didn't learn his name.

From The Sun Sept. 24-30, 1895

Sept. 25: There was a larger audience yesterday at the colored people's fair at Timonium than on the opening day.

Sept. 28: At sunset yesterday began Yom Kippur, the Hebrew Day of Atonement. Solemn religious services marked the beginning of the day in all the synagogues and temples in Baltimore.

From The Sun Sept. 24-30, 1945

Sept. 24: A nurse from Long Green, Md., First Lieutenant Rebecca L. Schmidt, watches over Hideki Tojo, former Japanese Premier, who recently tried to kill himself.

Sept. 27: After a series of too-theatrical roles, little Margaret O'Brien finds her rightful place in "Our Vines Have Tender Grapes," at the Century Theater.

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