From The Sun Oct. 29-Nov. 4, 1845Nov. 1: Lexington Market...

THIS WEEK

October 29, 1995|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Oct. 29-Nov. 4, 1845

Nov. 1: Lexington Market yesterday presented a great abundance of the good things of life, and at prices not unreasonable. No city in the country can boast finer domestic markets than Baltimore.

Nov. 3: On Friday evening, about 8 o'clock, some person stole a drum of figs from the door of the confectionary and fruit store on the northwest corner of Baltimore and Gay streets.

From The Sun Oct. 29-Nov. 4, 1895

Oct. 29: Homes at Roland Park -- In course of erection, ten artistic cottages on "The Terraces" in Roland Park. They are medium-sized, 10 to 12 rooms each besides bathroom and laundry.

Nov. 1: The new steel cells to be put in the county jail at Towson will be ready to ship next week from Canton, Ohio, where they were manufactured.

From The Sun Oct. 29-Nov. 4, 1945

Oct. 29: All traffic records in Baltimore's history were broken yesterday, police said, as more than 100,000 persons jammed Light, Pratt and Hanover streets, and the Key Highway, in an effort to get to the eleven warships, particularly the aircraft carrier Randolph, now docked at Baltimore's piers.

Oct. 31: Reginald Stewart will conduct the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra this season from a podium which, he says, is unique in musical annals -- a silver one.

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