102 MARYLAND MANUAL
Aaron Fell, Secretary-Treasurer, Maryland State Poultrymen’s As-
George S. Jackson, Western Maryland Dairy, representing Milk Dis-
Mortou Prentis, President First National Bank, Baltimore.
William J. Casey, Vice-President Maryland Trust Company, Balti-
John M. Dennis, President Union Trust Company, Baltimore.
Alexander Armstrong, President Maryland Bankers’ Association,
John G. Mills, President Eastern Shore Trust Company, Cambridge.
Holmes D. Baker, President Citizens’ National Bank of Frederick.
Charles E. Ricman, Federal Reserve Bank.
David G. Harry, Vice-President International Credit Bank.
Charles W. Galloway, Vice-President Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
George M. Smith, Cencral Agent Pennsylvania Railroad.
W. Frank Roberts. President Baltimore Association of Commerce,
Eugene Blackford, President Baltimore Chamber of Commerce.
State Agricultural College
Dr. Raymond A. Pearson, President University of Maryland, College
Dr. Thomas B. Symons, Director of Extension Service, College Park.
Sub-Committee of Maryland State Drought Committee to Consider
‘What Can Be Done for Credit Facilities for Farmers Who Do
Not Have Credit at Local Banks and Who Are in Distress
John M. Dennis, President Union Trust Company, Baltimore, Md.,
Charles E. Rieman, Federal Reserve Bank, Baltimore, Md.
John G. Mills, President Eastern Shore Trust Company, Cambridge, Md.
I. W. Heaps, Maryland State Dairymen’s Association, SlO Fidelity Build-
ing, Baltimore, Md.
R. A. Pearson, President, University of Maryland, College Park, Md.
A. G. Easor, Master, Maryland State Grange, Forest Hill, Md.
J. W. Davis, President, Maryland Farm Bureau Federation, Sherwood
Building, Baltimore, Md.
T. B. Symons, College Park, Md., Secretary.
Maryland County Drought Committees
D. F. Kuykeudall, Vice-President, Second National Bank, Cumber-
W. R. Brewer, President, Liberty Trust Company, Cumberland, Md.
John A. Morgan, Route 1, Frostburg, Md.
Albert O’Neal, Route 3, Cumberland, Md.
R. F. McHenry, County Agent, Cumberland, Md.