Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Troy F. Brailey (1916-1994)
MSA SC 3520-12540


Born August 21, 1916, in Lynchburg, South Carolina. Attended Lynchburg public schools; New York University. Married; two children. Died October 6, 1994.

General Assembly:
House of Delegates, Baltimore City, 1967-82. State Senate, Baltimore City, 1983-91. Democrat. Member, Finance Committee; Executive Nominations Committee; Joint Committee on Protocol.

Private Career and Other Public Service:
Labor and civic leader. National vice-president, Afro-American Labor Council; state chairman and organizer for the 1963 historic march on Washington, DC Member, State Commission on Hereditary Disorders; Council on Toxic Substances; Child Support Enforcement Advisory Council. Member, Boy Scouts of America. Member, executive board, NAACP. Member, Prince Hall Masons. Board of Directors, YMCA; OIC; Baltimore Street Car Museum. Former member,
Mayor's Task Force on Employment; Apprenticeship Advisory Council; Baltimore Community Relations Commission; Apprenticeship Advisory Board; Baltimore Advisory Council on Vocational Education; Governor's Commission on Youthful Offenders. Recipient of numerous awards and citations.

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