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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 6th Annual Edition, 1918-1919
Volume 498, Page 15   View pdf image (33K)
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Cor. Sharp and Montgomery Streets.

This church is one of the landmarks of South Baltimore and oc-
cupies an important place in the life of the population of this city.
Some of the most distinguished public men have spoken from its
platform. It is known for its forward movements and its observance
of the anniversaries of public men and important happenings, such
as the Proclamation of Emancipation by the immortal Abraham

The following are the officers:

Ernest Lyon, pastor, residence 141 W. Hill Street.
Albert Johnson, Chairman Trustee Board, res., 2027 Druid Hill Ave.
Robert Nickens, R. S. Steward's Board, res., 2027 Druid Hill Ave.
Henry L. Bouyer, F. S. Trustee Board, res., 1348 Carey St.
Edward Hughes, R. S. Trustee Board, res., 938 Warner St.
John H. Barney, Treas. Trustee Board, res., 727 Hanover St.
Wm. H. Wilson, Treas. Benevolent Col., res., 847 China St.
John T. Chew, Chairman Class Leaders' Union, res., 912 Warner St.
John R. Gross, Supt. S. S. res., 1804 White St.
Thomas H. Lee, President Epworth League, res., 125 Hill St.
William O. Johnson, Chorister, res., ——— Mosher St.
Francis Chew, President Ladies' Aid, res., 912 Warner St.
Amelia Furby, President Stewardesses Board, res., 316 S. Sharp St.
Ida M. Norris, President Home Missions, res., 1939 Druid Hill Ave.
S. T. Anderson, Captain of Band, res., 811 Leadenhall St.
Mary Tankard, King's Daughters, res., 602 Pitcher St.
Joshua Gross, President Usher Board, res., ——— Pitcher St.
George R. Parran, Brotherhood, res., 1819 White St.
Joseph H. Norriss, Sexton, res., 1939 Druid Hill Ave.
Hattie Woods, Sunlight, res., 1112 Riggs Ave.
Sophia Holmes, Woman's Org., res., ——— Druid Hill Ave.
Grace White, Willing Workers, res., ——— Argyle Ave.
Lizzie Ward, Organist res., ——— W. Lee St.


1. Wm. H. Brown, 413 W. Barre St.

2. John H. Kyler, 515 W. Biddle St.

3. John Brown, Plum Allev, near Cross St.

4. Henry Campbell, 506 W. Lee St.

5. Thomas Campbell, Pitcher St., near Argyle Ave.

6. Joseph Mills, 818 S. Eutaw St.

7. John F. Thomas, 703 S. Sharp St,

8. John Finder, 704 W. Franklin St,

9. Wm. T. Lambson, ——— Rock St.

10. Daniel Kell, 1017 Leadenhall St.

11. I. P. Brown, 1115 Argyle Ave.

12. Frank Brown, 751 Raborg St.

13. Robert C. Nickens, 2027 Druid Hill Ave.

14. Alexander Weemes, 933 Druid Hill Ave.

15. J. T. Chew, 912 Warner St.

16. James E. Alton, 310 Mount St.

17. Wm. E. Davis, 1310 Division St.

18. Elijah House, ——— Eutaw St.

19. Elias Woodis, 645 Vine St.

20. Bazil Wilson, 902 Warner St.

21. Howard W. Jackson, 923 Leadenhall St.

22. James L. Anderson, 932 Leadenhall Et.

23. George B. Brown, 165 Henrietta St.

24. S. T. Anderson, 811 Leadenhall St.


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