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Dr. Arthur B. Bibbins, Past President Flag House Association, 2800

Maryland Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland.
Mr. J. Alexis Shriver) Wilna, Maryland.
Mr. Edward D. Martin, Calvert Building, Baltimore, Maryland.

President Eastern Shore Society.

Mr. W. Frank Roberts. President Baltimore Association of Com-
merce, Bayard and Hamburg Streets, Baltimore, Maryland.
Mr. J. Spence Howard, President Southern Maryland Society, 20 E.

Lexington Street, Baltimore, Maryland.
Mr. Samuel E. Shannnahan, Editor Easton Star Democrat, Easton,

Mr. Heyward E. Boyce, President Maryland Trust Company and

Treasurer Sons of Revolution, Baltimore, Maryland.
Mrs. Robert A. Welsh, Past Regent Daughters of the American Revo-
lution, Millersville, Maryland.
Mrs. Robert H. LaPorte, Representing Daughters of the American

Revolution, 32 Dover Road, Reisterstown, Maryland..
Mrs. Nicholas L. Dashiell, President Children of the American Revolution,
2927 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Maryland.
Mrs. Edward Shoemaker, President Colonial Dames) 1031 N. Calvert
Street, Baltimore) Maryland.


(Acts 1924, Chapter 537.)

Commission of 10, Governor to appoint five and Mayor of Baltimore
to appoint five, to manage the War Memorial Building in Baltimore

Governor's appointments;
William I. Norris, 8 E. Lexington Street, Baltimore, five years from

June 30, 1931
Capt. Richard C. O'Connell, 104th Medical Regiment, Baltimore, five

years from June 30, 1927.
Dr. Hugh H. Young, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, five years

from June 30, 1928.

Colonel E. Brooke Lee, Silver Spring, five years from June 30. 1929,
Emory L, Coblentz, Frederick, five years from June 30, 1930.


Acts 1929, Chapter 470.

To consider plans for the appropriate observance by the State of the
Tercentenary of the founding of Maryland and to submit a full report
with its recommendations to the General Assembly of 1931.

Dr. Joseph S. Ames, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.
Matthew Page Andrews, 849 Park Avenue, Baltimore.
Rev. Joseph J. Ayd, S. J Loyola College, Baltimore.
Rignal W. Baldwin, 16 B. Lexington Street, Baltimore.
Arthur Barneveld Bibbins, 201 Park Avenue, Baltimore.
Hon. Carroll T. Bond, 1125 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore.
William H. Buckler, I Bardwell Road, Oxford, England.
Mrs. W. Cabell Bruce, Ruxton.
George R. Callis, Jr., Hearst Tower Building, Baltimore.


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