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Monday, July 04, 2011

Explore Carroll: DAYHOFF: Fourth of July, circa 1925, presented a who's who of local business

Explore Carroll: DAYHOFF: Fourth of July, circa 1925, presented a who's who of local business

@ExploreCarroll #July4 in 1925, presented who's who #History local business #WestminsterMD #Carroll #Maryland http://tinyurl.com/3lj3s7w

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On July 3, 1925, the now out-of-print American Sentinel reported the Fourth of July was celebrated with baseball, a carnival hosted by the Westminster Fire Engine and Hose Company No. 1, a parade, a dance and a community dinner.

“Saturday, July 4th, will be observed by the citizens and business men of this city by a complete suspension of business,” the paper reported. “Public offices, banks, mercantile houses, barbershops and newspaper offices will be closed and remain so until Monday morning July 6th.”

The baseball game took place “on the old field at Western Maryland College.” ... http://www.explorecarroll.com/community/5520/fourth-july-circa-1925-presented-whos-who-local-business/


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