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Maryland Manual, 1938
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By Chapter 126 of the Acts of 1937, a Board of Visitors for the
Sanatorium for colored persons at Henryton, in Carroll County, was
provided for, said Board to consist of five colored persons to be ap-
pointed by the Governor, one from the Eastern. Shore, one from South-
ern Maryland, one from one of the counties of the Western Shore,
other than Southern Maryland, and two from Baltimore City. The
creating act authorizes the members of this Board of Visitors to visit
and inspect said Sanatorium, and to make any recommendations which
may be deemed advisable. The members of this Board are:

Name Term Expires Address
Mrs. Eliza Fletcher ... .. ......1943 Parole, Md.
Dr. U. G. Bourne, Sr. ...1939 -... ... Frederick, Md.
Dr. Ralph J. Young .. ............1940 .......... Baltimore, Md.
H. Manaydier St. Clair ... . .. 1941 . Cambridge, Md.
Rev. E. W. White .. .. .. .. 1942. . .. Baltimore, Md.


Created by Joint Resolution 24 of the 1937 Legislature, it is the
duty of this Commission to receive and study the report of the
American Youth Commission and such other data as may be available
relating to the prevalence of crime, industrial opportunities and the
educational and recreational needs affecting the youth of this State,
and to recommend to the next General Assembly such plans as may
be considered necessary to meet existing needs. It is the duty of
this Commission to report its recommendations to the Governor for
transmission to the General Assembly not later than December 31,
1938. The members of this Commission who serve without pay, are
as follows:

Dr. Isaiah Bowman.. . . Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md.
John A. Flicker ...... ....... ..Ambassador Apts., Baltimore, Md.
William L. Galvin. .. ... ..... ... .Mercantile Trust, Baltimore, Md.
Harry Greenstein. ............ 16 W. Saratoga St., Baltimore, Md.
Joseph P. Healey ... ..Drovers & Mechanics Bldg., Baltimore, Md.
James M. Hepbron- ............. 22 Light St, Baltimore, Md.
Sidney Hollander ... ......... 2419 Greenmount Ave., Baltimore Md.
Dr. Donald R. Hooker ........... 19 W. Chase St., Baltimore Md.
M. Hampton Magruder ... ......... .. Upper Marlboro Md.
Thomas B. McAdams ... .. 3209 N. Charles St., Baltimore Md.
Hon. George L. Radcliffe.. - Fidelity Bldg., Baltimore Md.
Morris A. Rome . .. ... ... ..213 N. Calvert St., Baltimore Md.
Edward L. Ward ....... .... 1524 Fidelity Bldg., Baltimore Md.
Thomas J. S. Waxter .. ....... ....327 St. Paul St., Baltimore Md.
J. Bernard Wells ........... ..8400 Woodland Ave., Baltimore Md.


By Joint Resolution 14 of the 1937 Legislature a Commission con-
sisting of twenty-five members, to serve without compensation, was
authorized to represent the State at the New York World's Fair to
be held in the year 1939 and to prepare for a suitable state exhibit
if any organization, or organizations or any club or individual should


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