Clipping:Baltimore Union Club finances
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|Date||Sunday, November 2, 1884|
The club representing the Union Association was not very successful. The management is not discouraged, however, and claim that a good fight for recognition will be made next year. They propose to organize a stock company, with $20,000 capital, of which one-fourth has already been subscribed. … The losses for the past season are estimated at $15,000. Manager Henderson says he is hopeful, and proposes to fight it out.
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|