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  1. dear sirs MY NAME IS SHARON KNICKMAN i am loking forthe news americam paper dated january 30. 1965 tbe reason is that my dad wae kill inRponwva your company run the article the read TRACTOR CRASHES IN TO FOUSE AND KILL DRIVER AND WOMAN IFYOU HAVE THAT ARTICLE CAN YOU PLEASE SEND ME THE THEHOLD ARTICLE TO IT MEAN A LOT TO ME BECAUSE I HAVE NOT A THING ON MY DAD PLEASE HELP ME thank you sharon knickma n

  2. Angela says:

    Looking for 1940’s footage from WMAR-TV. Really want a commercial for National Airlines. My grandma is the woman in the commercial. She passed when I was only 2 years old. I do not remember her. I would really love to hear her voice and see her animated.
    I would also love to surprise my mama with a DVD of the commercial.
    Thank you, Angela

  3. Karen Hitt says:

    Charles E. Sauerwald was my grandfather. Eddie Wald and his band played at the Club Charles in Baltimore and the Gayety Theater. My mother, now deceased also, told me that sometimes he would have them all get together at their house down at his shore home. And as children, they loved it with all the costumes and make-up ! People have told me that they have seen my grandfather and his band on TV a few times. I missed it ! Is there really anything, movies, documentaries or pictures out there ? I would really love to know and see for myself. Thank you for any assistance you can give me.

    • Gina Sessions-Keitz says:

      I have Charles Edward Sauerwald (1905-1997) who married Emma May Mandley and their children
      1. son Charles Edward Sauerwald Jr born abt 1934/35
      2. daughters Alice May born abt 1928; Shirley Emma born abt 1931; and June Elaine born 1929 in my family tree.

  4. Patricia Heilman says:

    My grandfather either owned or worked in a Pawn shop next to the Gayety.His name is William Cook{deceased} and was there in the1920s. Any info would be appreciated…

    • Patricia Heilman says:

      Grandfather William Cook worked in pawn shop either next to or behind the Gayety in 1920s..Any information would be appreciated

  5. Nazie says:

    I was wondering if there is anyway copies of a late night dance show from the 80’s called “Shake Down” exist and if so is there anyway I could purchase them. My husband was in that show when we were kids. Well he was killed in the line of duty. I had VHS copies I taped from back then but the tape I had the shows on broke. If there is anyway someone can help me I will be quite grateful. Thank You.

  6. I have one episode on tape I need to put online, I think it was from 91 or so. I wish you had the broken tape, I could have fixed. Very sorry about your husband. I won’t have a chance to look for my copy until later in July. Thanks for visiting our site. Scott

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