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Maryland Manual, 1935
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MARYLAND MANUAL 291

CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION TO RATIFY OR REJECT
THE PROPOSED REPEAL OF THE EIGHTEENTH
AMENDMENT

This Convention was provided for by Chapter 253 of the Acts
of 1933.
The Act provides for the nomination of three sets of candidates to
the Convention, one set pledged to vote for repeal, the second pledged
to vote against repeal and the third set unpledged. For each class there
shall be nominated three candidates from each Congressional district
and six candidates from the State at large. The election was held
September 12, 1933, and the Act names the committee to make the
above nominations. The Constitutional Convention was held in the
State House, Annapolis, on October 18, 1933.
The nominating committee is as follows:
Baltimore City Name Address
1st Legis. Dist William F. Jacobs 120 S. Washington St.
2nd Legis. Dist William L. Rawls Maryland Trust Bldg.
3rd Legis. Dist Harry G. Talbot 604 Venable Ave.
4th Legis. Dist Louis N. Frank 1007 W. North Ave.
5th Legis. Dist James T. Verney 3121 Presbury St.
6th Legis. Dist Gilbert A. Dailey 129 E. Redwood St.

County
Allegany Thomas B. Finan Cumberland
Anne Arundel George T. Cromwell Ferndale
Baltimore .Harrison Rider Towson
Calvert H. Clare Briscoe Ireland Creek
Caroline . Charles B. Harrison Preston
Carroll... .....James M. Shriver Westminster
Cecil James F. Evans Elkton
Charles.... .....Thomas P. McDonagh LaPlata
Dorchester Samuel L. Byrn Cambridge
Frederick James H. Cramer Frederick
Garrett . Asa T. Matthews Oakland
Harford Robert H. Archer Belair
Howard Joshua N. Warfield Florence
Kent Marion deK. Smith, Jr Chestertown
Montgomery J. Bond Smith Tacoma Park
PrinceGeorge’s George N. Palmer Seat Pleasant
QueenAnne’s Dr. C. H. Metcalfe Sudlersville
St. Mary’s Dr. Francis F. Greenwell Leonardtown
Somerset Edgar A. Jones Princess Anne
Talbot . T. Hughlett Henry Easton
Washington .J. Vincent Jamison, Jr Hagerstown
Wicomico ..Paul E. Watson Salisbury
Worcester - ..Horace Davis Berlin
This Committee met in Annapolis on June 21, 1933, and nominated
the following candidates to the Convention: .

CANDIDATES FOR DELEGATES AT LARGE
For Ratification of the 21st Amendment, Repealing the
18th Amendment:
J. McFadden Dick, Salisbury, Wicomico County.
R. Bennett Darnall, Ruxton, Baltimore County.
Mrs. Helen S. Athey, 100 5. Patterson Park Ave., Baltimore City.
Mrs. Ella P. Clotworthy, 4406 Greenway, Baltimore City.
Joseph P. McCurdy, 101 W. Clement St., Baltimore City.
Miss Elizabeth Lowndes, Cumberland Allegany County.


 
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