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May 02, 1998|By Fred Rasmussen

150 years ago in The Sun

May 3: SHEW'S DAGUERREOTYPES -- The popularity of Mr. Shew's Daguerreotypes is on the increase, and his truly attractive rooms, at 117 Baltimore Street, are daily filled with the beauty and fashion of our city. Let all who want good pictures remember that this is the place to get them.

100 years ago in The Sun

May 5: The victory of Commodore Dewey and the American fleet over the Spanish at Manilia was enthusiastically celebrated in New York.

50 years ago in The Sun

May 4: New York, May 3 (AP) -- Paul W. Ward, of the Baltimore Sun, today won the Pulitzer Prize for a distinguished example of reporting international affairs. The prize was awarded for his series of articles on "Life in the Soviet Union."

Pub Date: 5/02/98

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