Harry Whinna Nice (1877-1941)
MSA SC 3520-1481

Governor of Maryland 1935-1939 (Republican)

Born: Washington, D.C., December 5, 18771
Father:  Reverend Henry W. Nice 2
Mother:  Drucilla (Arnold) Nice3
Home:  Baltimore, MD4
Education:  Public schools of Baltimore City; Baltimore City College, Dickinson College; LL.B. University of Maryland School of Law, 18995
Marriage: June 8, 1905 to Edna Viola Amos6
Children:  Harry W. Nice, Jr.,7 and William Stone, who died young8
Religion:  Methodist9
Died:  February 25, 194110
Buried:  Greenmount Cemetery, Baltimore11
Positions held:
            Member of the Baltimore City Council, 1903-1905
            Secretary to Mayor of Baltimore City E. Clay Timanus,1905-1908
            Board of Supervisors of Elections in Baltimore City, 1908-1912
            Assistant to the State's Attorney William F. Broening, 1912-1919
            State's Attorney, 1919
            Judge in Appeals Tax Court of Baltimore City, 1920-1924
              Governor of Maryland, 1935-1939
          Private law practice, 1899-1934, 1939-194112
            Union League Club
            Kappa Sigma fraternity
            Boumi Temple
            Knights of Phythias
            Knights of Khorassan
            Independent Order of Odd Fellows
            Junior Order of United American Mechanics
                Tall Cedars
            Patriotic Sons of America13
            Knights of the Constantine14

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