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Maryland Manual, 1969-70
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Chairman: William E. Hardy
Vice Chairman: John Purley Cooper, Jr.
Theodore L. Bertier, Jr. Joseph D. Buscher, J. William Hinkel,
E. Rankin Lusby, Waiter H.. Obereld, Charles Pfaff, Carl L.
Maryland Highway Contractors Association,
1123 North Eutaw Street, Baltimore 21201
The Governor appointed this special Commission in 1968 by Execu-
tive Order to conduct a complete study of commercial registration and
license fees in comparison to other states, collection and payment
procedures, weighty and axle classifications, and closely related mat-
ters. The Commission consists of representatives of the Senate and
the House of Delegates, the Department of Motor Vehicles, the office
of the Attorney General, the Maryland Farm Bureau, and other per-
sons who have an interest in the present system and classification of
commercial vehicles. The Commission is to report at a later date.
Chairman: Benjamin Quarles
Vice Chairman: Saul A. Purdue
Louis R. Harlan, Mary E. Johnson, Roland G. McConnell, Hilda
Peri, George L. Russell, Jr.
Morgan State College, Baltimore 21212
The Commission on Negro History and Culture was created by
Chapter 435, Acts of 1969. It consists of seven persons appointed by
the Governor from among persons who are authorities on Negro
history and culture. The Governor designates both the Chairman and
the Vice Chairman.
The Commission is to conduct a study of all proposals to create a
better understanding and knowledge of Negro history and culture and
to make recommendations to the General Assembly and the Governor.
These would include the unearthing, preservation and collection of per-
tinent historical materials, the preparation of a catalog, and the
examination of all the possibilities for the establishment of a Museum
of Negro History and Culture or a Center of Negro History and Cul-
ture. The Commission is to cooperate with educational institutions
within the State and make its report to the Governor and the General
Assembly by April 1, 1970, at which time it will go out of existence
(Code 1957, 1965 Repl. Vol., 1969 Supp., Art. 41, sec. 407).
Chairman: William W. Eaton
Edward J. Cook, James B. Coulter, Mrs. William L. Dalrymple,
Alonzo G. Decker, Ralph E. Gibson, Lawrence R. Hafstad,
Walter A. Hamilton, J. Renwick Jackson, Jr. Mitchell A.
Kapland, Howard Laster, Gairdner B. Moment, William J.
Peoples, Coleman Raphael, Robert H. Roy, Rev. Joseph A.
Sellinger, S.J., Robert L. Tate.
Suite 1207, 1660 L Street, N.W.,
Washington, D. C. 20036

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