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Maryland Manual, 1901
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JOSEPH HART, Republican.

Dr. Hart was born in Baltimore in 1861. He is a graduate
of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Jefferson Medi-
cal College. After taking a private course of three years he
returned to his native city and opened a drug store, where he
has since practiced his profession. He is a Mason, member
of Jr. O. U. A. M., Heptasophs, and director in Baltimore
Improving Association and Edmondson Avenue B. and L.


Mr. Broening was born in Baltimore in 1870, and educated
in the public schools. Upon leaving school he learned the
trade of sheet-iron worker and coppersmith. Later he entered
the University of Maryland, and after graduating in law be-
gan to practice his profession. He was elected to the City
Council in 1897 and made an enviable record in advocating
measures of benefit to the public. In 1898 he sacrificed re-
nomination to the City Council to accept the private secre-
taryship to Hon. Frank Wachter. At the election of Novem-
ber he led his ticket by several hundred votes. On account
of his election to the Legislature he declined a position as
Clerk to the Committee on Enrolled Bills of the House of

J. F. MORGAN, Republican.

Mr. Morgan is a contractor and builder of Baltimore. He
was a member of the School Board for one year, then was
made Superintendent of Public School Supplies. In 1806 he
was appointed a member of the Board of Control and Review.
Mr. Morgan was born at Cambridge in 1850, and at the age of
sixteen went to Baltimore and secured a position with a ship-
building firm.

WM. G. HENKEL, Republican.

Mr. Henkel, a successful plumber of Baltimore, was born
in that city in 1866, and attended the public schools of the
city until twelve years of age, when he began to learn his
trade. He is a member of several orders and highly es-
teemed by his friends.

G. Y. EVERHART, Democrat.

Dr. Everhart was born in Westminster about 38 years ago.
He graduated from the Western Maryland College in 1881
and came to Baltimore in 1883. He completed the course in


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