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THE SUN ALMANAC TE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY
MARYLAND'S BLUE BOOK 11656433
TOR, LENOX AND
HETHETtAwty-eighth number of this standard book of reference
now presented to the readers of THE SUN, is of exceptional interest, covering a year unusually rich in political events of a striking character and presenting an increased number of topics.
The widening scope is indicated by the 256 pages of 1913, against the 32 pages of the Almanac of 1876. Matters of public interest in Maryland and the adjacent States receive first attention, but the Almanac chronicles also the important events of the entire globe. The South is treated as of special interest. The political, financial, industrial, economic and social statistics of Maryland and its chief city are presented with such fidelity and completeness that in this field it is without a rival. THE SUN'S readers everywhere refer with confidence to its abundant data in regard to matters of government, public officials, politics, elections, industry, sport, science and business.
Public men, merchants, manufacturers, bankers, seafarers, professional men, farmers and the home circle find THE SUN ALMANAC an invaluable vade mecum, containing, as it does, in brief space a multitude of useful facts which cannot be had in
any other publication.
The advertisements at the end add to the Almanac's value, guiding its readers serviceably to the satisfaction of everyday wants.
THE A. S. ABELL COMPANY.
Baltimore, January 1, 1913.
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