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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 5th Annual Edition, 1917-1918
Volume 497, Page 100   View pdf image (33K)
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Mrs. Roberta Scott-Creditt, who is a graduate of the Baltimore
High School and was a teacher of same system. Mrs. Creditt is a repre-
sentative woman who is interested in the uplift of women and children.
Her sentiments are strong for race issues and she is a fearless advo-
cate of same.

HONORS HIS RACE.

JAMES A. MITCHELL, OF ST. PAUL, MINN., STANDS THIRD.

James A. Mitchell, a colored American of St. Paul, Minn., passed
the St. Paul Detective Force examination with honors. He was third
among 50 white competitors and only 8 of which passed. He is a na-
tive of Alabama. A graduate of Mt. Meig's and Tuskegee Institutes.
He served three years as a member of the 10th Calvary. Prior to his
appointment he was employed by the Heberle Motor Co. of St. Paul,
as a mechanic. He married Miss Minnie Gaskins, of Washington, D. C.,
who is an amible and charming lady. Mrs. Mitchell is the niece of Mr.
R. W. Coleman, who is the Editor and Compiler of the Baltimore City
Colored Directory.

 

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