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From: "John Ashbury" <>
Subject: [MDFR] History Moment - 2-14-12
Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2012 05:39:05 -0500
On February 14, 1932, The Christian and Missionary Alliance Church of
Brunswick was organized in the chapel of the YMCA.
On February 14, 1969, Frederick County purchased Rose Hill Manor, the last
home of Maryland's first governor, Thomas Johnson. The price paid was
$401,400. The property is located on North Market Street in Frederick.
On February 14, 1983, Frederick County officials announced that they had
reached an agreement to sell the old Elm Street School to Frederick Memorial
Hospital to make room for a five-story parking deck and other hospital
expansion. The old school, which was built in 1912, was first used as Boys'
High School, then as the first Frederick High School, and even later as a
junior high school known as the Elm Street School.
If anyone can add information to these History Moments,
or would like to suggest an item for another calendar day,
please contact me privately.
John W. Ashbury
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