Baltimore American, December 26, 1919, page 16:


Eighteen  Hundred  Patients  at  Holiday  Dinner.

    More than 1,800 men at Fort McHenry were given a Christmas dinner yesterday consisting of turkey and all the seasonings desired by a hungry Sammie. The choirs of St. David's Presidential Episcopal Church and the Grace and St. Peter's Church passed through the corridors of the hospital singing Christmas carols and were preceded by an illuminated star.
    Twenty-nine hundred stockings were filled with goodies that were distributed by the Red Cross. Special singing of carols in the Detachment Club and the Red Cross was heard from various patients.
     Col. Henry Page, commander of the fort, commended the splendid work of the Fifty-Fifty League. A concert over the wireless telephone was sent out by Lieutenant Winner to all amateur wireless stations and boats surrounding the harbors in Maryland. A prize was awarded to Ward No. 38 for having the best decorated ward in the hospital.
December 27, 1919, page 10:


    A joint phonograph concert for a wireless telephone audience was given yesterday afternoon on the United States destroyer Meade, lying in the Baltimore harbor, at the foot of Holliday street, and at Fort McHenry. The concert began at 3 o'clock and lasted one hour.
    The first part of the program was rendered by a phonograph at Fort McHenry, and the second part by a phonograph on board of the destroyer. The program consisted of orchestral numbers and accompanied solos.
    Through the courtesy of the Baltimore United States Radio Station, William Ufer, U. S. N., electrician in charge, which is situated in the American Building, some of the concert was heard in the editorial offices of The American, relayed thereto by wireless from the wireless telephone in the radio station.