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Baltimore: Its History and Its People, Vol. 2 (Classic Reprint) (Inglés)

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The individual, whatever the physical beauty may be, is of value to himself and the community, only in proportion to his moral development and strength. The same holds good in relation to the city. The force that moulds a community to high ideals and right thinking, the organization or individual that holds aloft before a community the flaming torch of education, patriotism, State loyalty, civic pride and municipal and individual right living, builds the city in far more gracious beauty and greatness than is ever attained by the rearing of stately buildings and the establishment of commercial institutions. Baltimore is known as the Monumental City, and her fairest monument is her leading newspaper, The Sun, the cornerstone of which was laid by A runah Shepherdson A bell, and the building of which, to its present noble height, has been carried on by three generations of the A bell family. The history of The Sun, of Baltimore, Maryland, founded in 1837, by A. S. A bell, is so closely interwoven with the lives of the A. S. A bell family that the record of one is the biography of the other. A brief glance at the ancestry of the family of which the late A. S. A bell was the honored head in Baltimore, is essential to a clear understanding of the history of The Sun, and the importance of the family from whence sprung the papers inspiration, its establishment and its successful development. A runah Shepherdson A bell, founder and owner of The Sun, was born in East Providence, Rhode I sland, August 10, 1806, and died at his Baltimore residence, northwest corner Charles and Madison streets, A pril 19, 1888, in the eighty-second year of his age. Mr. A bell was of English descent, his paternal ancestors having been among the early settlers in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. He was sixth in descent from his colonial ancestor, Robert A bell, to whom a son was born during th
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