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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 6th Annual Edition, 1918-1919
Volume 498, Page 105   View pdf image (33K)
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Washington, D. C., Annex.


Board of Education of the District of Columbia.
Colored Members of the Board.

Mrs. Coralie F. Cook..........................Howard University

Mr. Fountain Peyton........................ 505 D Street N. W.

Dr. J. Hayden Johnson...............1842 Vermont Avenue N. W.

Regular Meetings.

The regular meetings of the Board of Education are held on the
first and third Wednesdays of each month at 3 :30 p. m. in the Frank-
lin School Building, Thirteenth and K streets N. W.

The terms of the members of the Board of Education expire on
the following dates:

Mrs. Coralie Franklin Cook, June 20, 1917.
Mr. Fountain Peyton, June 30, 1918.
Dr. J. Hayden Johnson, June 30, 1919.

Board of Examiners.

For the Colored Schools—Superintendent Thurston, chairman; sec-
retary, N. E. Weatherless; Miss Harriet E. Riggs. Office,
Franklin School.

Medical Inspection Service.

Henry W. Freeman.................... 1900 Thirteenth St., N. W.

Albert Ridgley..................................950 S St., N. W.

Charles A. Tignor....................... 473 Florida Ave., N. W.


C. Clifford Fry........................1110 Eighteenth St., N. W.

Margaret L. Braxton...................... 1705 Tenth St., N. W.

Assistant Superintendent of Colored Schools.

Roscoe Conklin Bruce, Assistant Superintendent of Public Schools;
office, Franklin School; residence, 1327 Columbia Road, N. W.

Tenth Division.

Supervising Principal, John C. Nalle; office, Sumner School; resi-
dence, 1308 U St., N. W.

Code 516, Building 75—Briggs, Martha B., E and Twenty-second
Sts, N W.; Miss Mathiel Williams, Principal, 1806 Vermont
Ave.. N. W.

Code 517, Building 112—Bruce, Blanche K., Kenyon St., between
Georgia and Sherman Aves, N. W.; M. Grant Lucas, 430 S
St., N. W.

Code 532, Building 6—Chain Bridge Road, Chain Bridge Road; H.
E. Wilson, Senning, D. C.

Code 561, Building 11—Fort Slocum, Blair Road; J. Parker Gillem.
1752 Oregon Ave., N. W.

Code 574, Building 76—Garrison, William Lloyd, Twelfth St., be-
tween R and S Sts., N. W.; Miss R. A. Boston, Principal, 1179
New Hampshire Ave., N. W.

Code 622, Bulding 62—Magruder, Wm. B., M St., between Six-
teenth and Seventeenth Sts., N. W.; Miss M. M. Orme, Prin-
cipal, 1522 Swann St., N. W.

Code 623, Building 171—Military Road, Military Road, near Bright-
wood, D. C.; Miss M. E. Shorter, Principal, 1726 Eighth St.,


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