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Members of the Senate of 1901
Allegany County—DAVID J. LEWIS, Democrat.
Senator Lewis is a Cumberland lawyer and is a partner of
the Hon. G. A. Pearre. He was born of Welsh parentage in
1869, near Osceola, in Pennsylvania. His father was a miner,
and at the age of nine he began mining coal, and continued
until he was nineteen. In 1892 he was admitted to the bar
of Allegany. Until 1896 he was a Republican. He was
elected to the Senate of 1902, and took an important part in
all its proceedings.
Anne Arundel County—LUTHER H. GADD, Democrat.
Senator Gadd is a native of Caroline County, but since
1892 has resided in Annapolis. He was Clerk of the Circuit
Court for Caroline County two terms, at the expiration of
which he was appointed State Librarian by Governor Brown.
He was a member of Governor Lloyd's staff.
Baltimore City (First District)—JAMES YOUNG. Democrat.
Senator Young was born. in Baltimore July 5, 18/1.8, and
educated in private schools and lrving College. He is a pub-
lisher and editor of the Baltimore Telegram.
Baltimore City (Second District)—CLARENCE W. PERKINS,
Clarence Warwick Perkins, State Senator from the Second
Legislative District of Baltimore City, is a lawyer, and was
born in Chestertown, Kent County, Maryland, March 18, 1871.
He is a son of Eben F. Perkins, late of Kent County. Sena-
tor Perkins received his early education in the public schools
and Washington College, in his native town. He came to
Baltimore in 1891, and entered the law office of Messrs. Hink-