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Maryland Manual, 1934
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Acts 1929, Chapter 522.

To investigate and recommend to the Legislature plans and policies
for the protection of the waterfront and waterways of the State against
erosion, for the improvement of said waterfront and waterways and to
cooperate in carrying into effect such plans for the development of the
waterfront property within the State as may be adopted by the Legis-

Eastern Shore:
Mayor William W. McCabe, Ocean City (Democrat)
Southern Maryland:
John B. Gray, Jr., Prince Frederick (Democrat)
Baltimore City:
John E. Greiner, Lexington Building, Baltimore (Republican)
Western Shore:
Captain Chester A. Wells, Chevy Chase (Republican)
State Roads Commission:
Walter C. Hopkins, Baltimore (Democrat)
(Representing the State Roads Commission.)

(Act of 1931, Chapter 367.)

For a great ‘many years delinquent colored girls were commiteed 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 has been
discontinued and the State has taken over the care of colored female
minors. This new institution is known as the Maryland Training School
for Colored Girls. It is managed by a Board of nine members. The new
institution is located near Glen Burnie, Md. The new buildings were
finished and the institution opened on December 15, 1933, at that time
the girls were transferred from the Industrial Home for Colored Girls
and the old institution went out of existence.
l)r. George S. Finney, President Eecleston
W. H. Kirkwood, Treasurer Baltimore
Mrs. George A, Solter, Secretary... Baltimore
Rev. Dr. T. Guthrie Speers,
Brown Memorial Church Baltimore
Dr. Alfred T. Gundrey Catonsville
Mrs. Francis M. Jeneks Baltimnre
Mrs. Francis LeMoyne Eeeleston
Mrs. Margaret Hawkins (Colored—Grandate of Howard
University and wife of the Principal of Douglas
Senior High School) Baltimore
Mrs. K. Bertha Hurst (Colored—widow of the late
Bishop Hurst) Baltimore

Sayde D. George (Colored—Graduate of Milberforce
University, Xenia, Ohio, and graduate of The Bishop
Tuttle School of Social Work).


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