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Maryland Manual, 1903
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SKETCHES OF MEMBERS OF HOUSE OF DELEGATES. 255

H. A. BOSSE, Democrat.

Mr. Bosse was born in Baltimore, June 9, 1852, and
attended St. Michael's Parochial School and St. Charles'
College, in Howard County, and St. Vincent College, in
Pennsylvania. He is vice-president and treasurer of Ger-
mania Savings Bank, director in St. Mary's Industrial
School, St. Michael's Permanent Loan and Saving Associa-
tion and other financial institutions.

CHARLES F. EVANS, Democrat.

Mr. Evans is a member of the firm of Evans & Spence, un-
dertakers and liverymen. He was born in Boston, October
13, 1856.

MVER D. H. LIPMAN, Democrat.

Mr. Lipman is a cigar manufacturer, living at No. 1505
East Baltimore street. He was born at Tauroggen, March
7, 1873-

WILLIAM I. NORRIS, Democrat.

Mr. Norris is a member of the law firm of Foutz & Norris.
He was born in Baltimore, July 18, 1880, and after attending
the public schools and Baltimore City College he graduated
from Baltimore Law School, taking prizes both for highest
average and best thesis. Mr. Norris received the highest
vote in his district at the recent election.

WILLIAM H. W. REED, Democrat.

Mr. Reed served in the Confederate Army during the Civil
War, and since that time has spent most of his time on a farm
in Baltimore County. For the last nine years he has lived in
Baltimore, and is salesman for the Amyl-Kijo Chemical Com-
pany. Mr. Reed was born in Harford County, May I,1842.

BALTIMORE CITY (Second Legislative District.

Six Members.

ROBERT E. LEE HALL, Democrat.

Mr. Hall is a native of Missouri, but since the age of
twenty has resided in Baltimore. In 1884 he graduated in
medicine from the College of Physicians and Surgeons, and
in 1894 graduated with first honors from the Baltimore Law
School and was admitted to the bar in the same year. He
has been active in every campaign for the last sixteen years,
and has gained a reputation as an able and forceful speaker.


 

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