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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 2nd Annual Edition, 1914-1915
Volume 495, Page 5   View pdf image (33K)
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Mr. R. W. Coleman,

No. 22 W. Chase Street.

Baltimore, Maryland.
DEAR MR. COLEMAN: —

I wish to thank you for the copy of the First Colored Pro-
fessional, Clerical, Skilled and Business Directory of Balti-
more City, which you were good enough to send me. I have
examined the directory carefully and have had occasion to
refer to it a number of time, and find it a very useful publica-
tion, and recommend it quite highly to all persons having
need for information which cannot otherwise he had.
Yours very truly,

JOHN W. RICH.
Law Dept.. B. & O.

Mr. R. W. Coleman,
Baltimore, Md.

Having received a copy of the Baltimore directory last
year, and having found it a very useful little volume in busi-
ness matters, I would suggest, if I may, that you include the
churches of the city in this year's book, as it would be a great
help, both to home people and to strangers.
Yours respectfully,

W. EDWARD WILLIAMS,
Minister of Grace Presbyterian Church.

Mr. E. W. Coleman,
22 W. Chase St..

City.
DEAR SIR: —

I have examined the first copy of your directory, and beg
to say that it is very creditable in every way. particularly its
originality, and fully deserves the widest circulation and un-
limited financial support.

Wishing you even greater success, T am,
Very truly,

ARTHUR L. MACBETH.

Photographer.

March 9», 1914.
To Whom It May Concern—

I desire to commend to the public the Business and Pro-
fessional Directory compiled by Mr. Robt. W. Coleman. I
have found it a very useful work and very valuable. In its
compilation marked ability and great industry have been
shown Ity Mr. Coleman. It is well worthy the support and
encouragement by our people.
Very truly.

HARRY S. CUMMINGS,

Attorney-at-Law.
Member First Branch City Council.

 

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