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Maryland Manual, 1933
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Baltimore City

John E. Greiner, Lexington Building, Baltimore ( Republican )
Western Shore:

Captain Chester A. Wells, Chevy Chase ... (Republican)
State Roads Commission:
Walter G Hopkins, Baltimore (Democrat)

(Representing the State Roads Commission.)

(Act of 1931, Chapter 367.)

For a great many years delinquent colored girls were committed to
the Industrial Home for Colored Girls, located at Melvale This was a
private institution, but the Governor appointed two members on its
Board of Managers, and it received State aid. This institution is
about to be discontinued and the State will take over the care of colored
female minors. This new State institution will be known as the Mary-
land Training School for Colored Girls It will be managed by a Board
of nine members. When the building has been finished this institu-
tion will take over the colored girls who are at that time in the Indus-
trial Home and thereupon the latter institution will go out of existence.
Dr. George S. Finney Eccleston
Rev. Dr. T. Guthrie Speers,

Brown Memorial Church Baltimore
W. H. Kirkwood,

Treasurer of the Industrial Home Board Baltimore
Dr. Alfred T. Gundry,

State Member of the Industrial Home Board Catonsville
Mrs. George A. Solter . .. ,... Baltimore
Mrs. Francis M. Jencks . Baltimore
Mrs. Francis LeMoyne,

State Member of the Industrial Home Board Eccleston
Mrs. Margaret Hawkins (colored.Graduate of Howard
University and wife of the Principal of Douglass
High School) Baltimore
Mrs. K. Bertha Hurst (colored.widow of the late
Bishop John Hurst) Baltimore

Sadye George ( colored ) .


The Legislature of 1931, by Joint Resolution No. 12, authorized the
Governor to appoint a commission of seven members, whose duty it
shall be to study the Blue Sky Laws of this and other States, and make
recommendations on the subject to the Governor and the General As-
sembly. The members of this commission are

William Preston Lane, Jr., Attorney General of Maryland., Baltimore.
Herbert R, O'Conor, State's Attorney of Baltimore City, Baltimore.
Charles H. Baetjer, Calvert Building, Baltimore.
T. Stockton Matthews, Redwood and South Streets, Baltimore.
Austin J. Lilly, Maryland Casualty Company, Baltimore.
Harold E. West, Chairman Public Service Commission, Baltimore


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