100 years agoThe Anne Arundel Medical Association met in...

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April 11, 1999|By Robert M. Pennington from the Ann Arrundell County Historical Society.

100 years ago

The Anne Arundel Medical Association met in Annapolis with Dr. Harry B. Gantt presiding. Professor Ashby of the Maryland Medical Hospital gave an address of county and state medical organizations. -- The Sun, April 4, 1899.

Governor Lowndes addressed a meeting in the Maryland House of Delegates to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the founding of Annapolis and the passage of Maryland's religious toleration act. -- The Sun, April 13, 1899.

Arbor Day was widely observed in Annapolis, highlighted by Governor Lowndes planting a silver maple on the north side of the Capitol. -- The Sun, April 14, 1899.

Admiral Frederick V. McNair, superintendent of the U. S. Naval Academy, broke ground today for reconstructing the building of the School of Seamanship. -- The Sun, April 24, 1899.

In the Circuit Court today, Miss Joyce, who brought a suit against the Annapolis, Washington and Baltimore Railroad for $2,000 for carrying her beyond her destination, received a verdict for $25. -- The Sun, April 26, 1899.

Pub Date: 4/11/99

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