LOUIS H. SINGLETON.
Louis H. Singleton, of 208 C street,
N. W., Washington, D. C., formerly of
Lynchburg, Va., is one of the oldest
and most popular druggists of the Dis-
Dr. Singleton is a graduate of the
Lynchburg High School and of Howard
University, class of '97. He is a Royal
Arch Mason and a member of the Fif-
teenth Street Presbyterian Church.
Dr. Singleton was a resident of Bal-
timore City for several years, during
which time he made hosts of friends.
Dr. Singleton married Miss Belle Wood-
land, of Baltimore, who is a charming
and attractive hostess. He has four
very interesting children.
JUDGE ROBERT H. TERRELL.
Judge Robert H. Terrell of the Mu-
nicipal Court of Washington, D. C., is
probably the most highly respected gov-
ernment official that has ever served.
He has by his foresighted judgment
and fair distribution of the law won
the admiration of the business men in
whose district he presides.
Mr. Robt. W. Coleman, author of this
work, is first-cousin of Judge Terrell.
DANIEL A. MURPHY.
One of the most prominent of the
younger business men of Baltimore.
DR. HARRY F. BROWN.
The man who made Provident Hos-
pital what it is today. Medical exam-
iner Monumental Lodge No. 3, Elks;
medical examiner Arch Social; super-
intendent Provident Hospital; graduate
Howard Medical College, '06.