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Maryland Manual, 1987-88
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Baltimore Museum of Art
Margot W. Milch, President, Board of Trustees;
Arnold L. Lehman, Director; Ann Allston
Boyce, Deputy Director for Administration;
Brenda Richardson, Deputy Director for Art.

Baltimore City Life Museums
H. Chace Davis, Jr., President, Board of Trust-
Nancy Brennan, Executive Director; John
Durel, Assistant Director; Elizabeth Anderson
Comer, City Archaeologist.

Walters Art Gallery
Bernard Manekin, President, Board of Trustees;
Jay M. Wilson, Chairperson, Board of Trustees;
Robert P. Bergman, Director.

City of Baltimore Fire Museum
Vacancy, President, Board of Trustees; Vacancy,

Enoch Pratt Free Library
Decatur H. Miller, President, Board of Trustees;
Anna A. Curry, Director.

National Aquarium in Baltimore
J. Henry Butta, Chairperson, Board of
Nicholas Brown, Executive Director.

Baltimore City Zoo
Stuart S. Janney III, President, Board of Trust-
ees of the Baltimore Zoological Society;
Brian A.
Rutledge, Director.

Baltimore City Folklorist
Elaine Elf


County Seat: Towson 21204

Origin: The legal origin of Baltimore County is
not known, but it was in existence by January
12, 1659/60 when a writ was issued to the
sheriff of the county.

Name: Derived from the name of the
Proprietary's Irish Barony.

Form of Government: Charter (1956)

County Code: See Baltimore County Code (1978)
with supplements.

Area: 632.59 sq. miles (597.60 land, 34.99 water)

Population. 1900: 90,755; 1950: 270,273; 1960:
492,428; 1970: 620,409; 1980: 655,615.

Principal Unincorporated Places (1980 census):
Essex (39,614), Towson (31,083), Security

Voter Registration, Oct. 6, 1986. Democrat:
255,778; Republican: 79,517; Other Parties:
3,685; No Party Affiliation: 12,146; Total:

Per Capita Income, 1985 (estimated): $13,670

State Parks: Gunpowder Falls (11,470 acres),
Patapsco Valley (11,442 acres), Soldier's
Delight (1,725 acres)

Colleges/Universities: Catonsville Community
College, Dundalk Community College, Essex
Community College, Goucher College, Towson
State University, University of Maryland —
Catonsville Campus, Villa Julie College

Museums/Historical Societies: Fire Museum of
Maryland, 1301 York Rd., Lutherville 21093;
Baltimore County Historical Society, Inc., 9811
Van Buren Lane, Cockeysville 21030


Circuit Court
County Courts Building
401 Bosley Ave.
Towson 21204 Telephone: 494-3100

District Court
111 Alleghany Ave.
Towson 21204 Telephone: 321-3300

Court Terms:

Circuit Court—Grand Jury, second Monday in
January, May, and September; Petit Jury, first
workday of each month.


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