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email@example.comTraders pulled primitive carts full of wares across fields in the cool morning air. Servants used long sticks to stir stew in sturdy black pots, and a town crier announced an auction to take place after noon. The wistful tunes of a fife sailed in the...
A meeting of the South Hagerstown High School boosters will be held at 7 p.m. Monday in the media center at South Hagers-town High School. There will be many topics to discuss. Everyone is invited. Diabetes support group to meet April 17 The diabetes...
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Susan G. Beard, 66, of 17735 Red Oak Drive, Hagerstown, Md., passed away in the arms of her husband Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012, at Meritus Medical Center. Born March 5, 1946, in Hagerstown, Susie was the daughter of the late Louis Ambrose Snyder and...
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By Rebecca Massie Lane Special to The Herald-Mail The Washington County Museum of Fine Art's important oil painting by Thomas Birch (1779 to 1851), titled "The Shipwreck," 1837, plays a pivotal role in an important exhibition at the Philadelphia...
Tags: Maritime Accidents, Fine Artists, Museums, Artists, Immigration
firstname.lastname@example.orgShirley Fout Miller was a walking medical miracle. She contracted tuberculosis at age 12 from her mother, about seven years after Shirley’s younger sister and only sibling, Joan, died of diphtheria at age 5 in 1931. Shirley was not expected to...
Shirley Hylton Fout Miller, 86, died Thursday, Aug. 16, 2012, in Hagerstown, Md. She was born at historic "Richfield" in Frederick, Md., on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28, 1925, to Hollis Steaver Fout and Margaret (Maggie) Lou Cox. Her younger sister, Joan,...
I won't hang a picture in my house unless it somehow connects with my life. An oil painting of my Keedysville farmhouse — by my late father-in-law — holds court above my kitchen table. My friend, Neale, rendered my Hagerstown home in...
A performance to remember To the editor: Last Saturday evening my friend and I attended a dinner/show at the First Christian Church on Potomac Avenue. It was to be a musical presentation of “Jekyll and Hyde” — a musical? It was under...
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email@example.comDavid Startzell’s legacy as executive director of the Appalachian Trail Conservancy for 25 years was buying thousands of acres to protect the national scenic hiking trail, and get it off public roads and private property. “He brought us...
Associated PressOn a cliff overlooking spectacular views of two joining rivers, a boarded-up and crumbling hotel in Harpers Ferry, W.Va., could offer an opportunity for the small West Virginia community to promote its historic heritage while giving the local economy a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMany people love the fall with the crisp air and the beautiful color. They will go to historic sites and remember, or do they? Regular readers know I have a passion for both agriculture and history and I like to share both with anyone who will listen....
Susan Dianne Neumann, who combined a passion for historic preservation with a penchant for volunteering and a talent for helping nonprofit groups, died June 24, 2011, from complications after surgery. She was 39. She was born in 1972 in Chambersburg, Pa....
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