SKETCHES OF MEMBERS OF HOUSE OF DELEGATES. 201
PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY— Three Members.
GEORGE S DOVE, Democrat.
George S. Dove is a prominent and successful merchant
of Spalding's district. He was born in the eighth district
of Anne Arundel county about forty-five years ago. In
1893 he was elected on the Democratic ticket to the office
of Sheriff, and served a term of two years. He was elected
member of House of Delegates in 1897.
ROBINSON WHITE, Democrat.
Robinson White is a resident of Kent district, and is
about thirty-five years of age. His father was Charles
White, a well-known Washington city business man. He
is a lawyer by profession and practices in the Courts of
Washington city. He is also a Justice of the Peace for
Prince George's county. He was elected a member of the
House of Delegates in 1897.
THOMAS M. UNDERWOOD, Republican.
Thomas M. Underwood enjoys the distinction of being
the only Republican elected in 1897 on the Legislative
ticket in Prince George's. He is about forty years of age
and was born in Prince George's. He was elected Sheriff
of the county on the Republican ticket in 1895. He was
elected a member of House of Delegates in 1897.
QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY—Three Members.
WILLIAM J. PRICE, Democrat.
William J. Price was born in Wye Neck, Queen Anne's
county, in July, 1863. He attended the public schools of
the county, and received his collegiate education at St.
John's College, Annapolis, and Western Maryland College,
Westminster. He then went to the Bryant & Stratton
Business College, where he graduated. In August, 1884,
when the Queen Anne's National Bank of Centreville was
organized, Mr. Price was appointed individual bookkeeper,
which position he held for five years, at which time he
purchased an interest in the Centreville Observer newspaper,
and has since been connected with it as one of the editors
and publishers. He was elected member of House of
Delegates in 1897.