Tagged as Made in Maryland

06/05/2019
By Nicholas A. Redding

Baltimore-Built Bombers Cleared the Way for D-Day

On June 6, 1944 the free men of the world marched on fortress Europe in a dramatic effort aimed at setting free those suffering under Nazi tyranny. 

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On this day in 1837, Arunah Shepherdson Abell published the first issue of The Sun from Baltimore, Maryland.

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07/30/2018
By Waxter Intern

Made in Maryland: Noxzema

Did you know? That iconic blue jar of Noxzema was invented and nurtured into an international company by Marylander George A. Bunting in the early 20th century. And now one of the company’s historic factory buildings is being transformed into new apartments and artists lofts in the Hampden neighborhood of Baltimore City.

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07/10/2018
By Waxter Intern

Made in Maryland: Head Ski Company, Inc.

Did you know!? HEAD was founded in Baltimore in 1950 by Howard Head who was an aeronautical engineer for the Glenn L. Martin Company and brought new those materials used in aviation to innovate the production and quality of skis and tennis rackets.

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