Gil Sandler's Baltimore Stories
Through the 1960s, the southeast corner of the tiny island, where Calvert street splits at Fayette, was where Abe Sherman’s famous but ancient newsstand—some called it a “shack”-- was located and very much a part of Baltimore downtown’s scene of bustle and grit. Hundreds of motorists would passing by would flip Abe a dollar or so and he would flip back a newspaper—he knew who got which. But civic forces wanted his old new stand removed and this is the story of the City Hall’s and the local pigeons’ attack on his shack and how he beat them all!
Gil Sandler's Baltimore Stories
Attack On Sherman's Shack
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