clear space clear space clear space white space
 r c h i v e s   o f   M a r y l a n d   O n l i n e

The searchable text below was computer generated and may contain typographical errors. Click “View pdf image” at the top of the page to see the original document to ensure accuracy.

  Maryland State Archives | Index | Help | Search
search for:
clear space
white space
Maryland Manual, 1985-86
Volume 182, Page 474   View pdf image (33K)
 Jump to  
clear space clear space clear space white space

474'/Maryland Manual

BARBARA A. MIKULSKI, 3rd Congressional District, Democrat. Born July
20, 1936, in Baltimore. Attended Mount Saint Agnes College, B.A., 1958;

University of Maryland School of Social Work, M.S.W., 1965. Author, lecturer,
teacher, social worker. Recipient of honorary degrees from Hood College,
Goucher College, and Pratt Institute, New York. Baltimore City Councilwoman,
1971-1976. Former adjunct professor, Department of Sociology, Loyola College;

chair, Democratic Party Commission on Delegate Selection and Party Structure,
1973; Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate seat in Maryland, 1974; consultant,
National Center for Urban Ethnic Affairs; executive committee, Congress-
women's Caucus; delegate, International Women's Year Conference, 1980;

member, National Organization for Women and National Women's Political
Caucus. Unmarried. Member of U.S. House of Representatives since 1977.
Member, Energy and Commerce Committee (Subcommittees; Health and
Environment; Transportation and Commerce), 1977—; Merchant Marine and
Fisheries Committee (Subcommittees: Merchant Marine; Coast Guard; Oceanog-
raphy), 1977—. District office: 1414 Fallen Federal Bldg., Baltimore 21201, tel.
962^510. Washington office: 2404 Rayburn Bldg., Washington, D.C. 20515, tel.

PARREN J. MITCHELL, 7th Congressional District, Democrat. Born April
29, 1922, in Baltimore. Attended Morgan State University, A.B., 1950;

University of Maryland, M.A., 1952; University of Connecticut, graduate work
in sociology. Sociologist. Served as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Infantry;

received purple heart and other awards and citations. Executive director,
Maryland State Human Relations Commission, 1963; executive director,
Baltimore Community Action Agency, 1965. Former college professor, Morgan
State University. Recipient of numerous awards and honors, including honorary
Doctor of Social Science degree from University of Maryland Eastern Shore,
1971; Doctor of Humane Letters, Coppin State College, 1971; Doctor of Humane
Letters, Morgan State College, 1973. Unmarried. Member of U.S. House of
Representatives since 1971. House at Large Whip; member, Committee on
Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs; chairman, Committee on Small Business
(member. Subcommittee on Minority Enterprise and General Oversight; chair-
man, Task Force on Minority Enterprise; member. Subcommittee on Access to
Capital and Business Opportunities); Joint Economic Committee; Congressional
Black Caucus (chairman. Subcommittee on Minority Economic Development
and Housing). District offices: 1903 Bloomingdale Rd., Baltimore 21216, tel.
962-4530; 1018 Federal Office Bldg., 31 Hopkins Plaza, Baltimore 21201, tel.
962-3223. Washington office: 2367 Rayburn Bldg., Washington, D.C. 20515, tel.


Maryland retained eight seats in the U.S. House of Representatives with the 1980 census. One
representative is elected from each of the eight congressional districts. In the description of district
boundaries, all references to election districts, wards, and precincts are to the geographical boundaries as
they existed on June 1, 1981. Precinct boundaries are dynamic. Changes occur to reflect population shifts
and to ensure convenient polling places for all voters. Local election boards can provide current
information on precincts encompassed within each congressional district. The congressional districts were
enacted by Chapter 106, Acts of 1982.


Population, 1980: 526,206

Encompasses: Cecil, Kent, Queen Anne's,
Caroline, Talbot, Dorchester, Wicomico,
Worcester, Somerset, Calvert, Charles, and St.
Mary's counties; those parts of Harford County
consisting of precincts 10 and 11 of Election
District 1, all of Election District 2, precinct 2 of
Election District 3, and all of Election Districts
5 and 6.


Population, 1980: 526,354

Encompasses: Baltimore County Election Districts
4-8, 10-12, 14-15, Election District 2, precincts
12, 15-19, Election District 9, precincts 2, 5-11,
17-28; and those parts of Harford County
consisting of Election District 1, precincts 2-6,
45, Election District 3, precincts 3-5, 10-12,
15-18, 35, and all of Election District 4.


clear space
clear space
white space

Please view image to verify text. To report an error, please contact us.
Maryland Manual, 1985-86
Volume 182, Page 474   View pdf image (33K)
 Jump to  

This web site is presented for reference purposes under the doctrine of fair use. When this material is used, in whole or in part, proper citation and credit must be attributed to the Maryland State Archives. PLEASE NOTE: The site may contain material from other sources which may be under copyright. Rights assessment, and full originating source citation, is the responsibility of the user.

Tell Us What You Think About the Maryland State Archives Website!

[ Archives' Home Page  ||  Maryland Manual On-Line  ||  Reference & Research
||  Search the Archives   ||  Education & Outreach  ||  Archives of Maryland Online ]

Governor     General Assembly    Judiciary     Maryland.Gov

An Archives of Maryland electronic publication.
For information contact

©Copyright  August 02, 2018
Maryland State Archives