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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 6th Annual Edition, 1918-1919
Volume 498, Page 37   View pdf image (33K)
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The Board of Public School Commissioners awards a diploma to
those who complete the course in a satisfactory manner.

Graduates of this school are exempt from the academic examina-
tion prescribed by the Department of Education for untrained can-
didates. All candidates for positions in the elementary schools of
Baltimore must take the professional examination in the first ten of
the subjects named above.

Tuition is free to residents of Baltimore. Other students are re-
quired to pay an annual tuiton fee of about $42.00. No charge is
made for books or other material required in the course.



Joseph H. Lockerman, Pd. D., 2101 Druid Hill Avenue. (Madison
1422-W). Mathematics, Social Education.


Frances L. Murphy, 1320 Druid Hall Avenue. {Madison 342). Ed-
ucation, Psychology, Hygiene.

Alethea H. Washington, 1417 Argyle Avenue. (On leave). Eng-

Pearl M. Fisher, 1821 McCulloh Street. (Madison 832). English.

Lewis H. Murray, 540 W. Lanvale Street. History, Geography,


M. Edyth Cooper, 1216 Druid Hill Avenue.


Ella E. Browne, 1351 N. Calhoun St.—First Grade, Frederick Doug-
lass School.

Lillian H. Trusty, 1357 N. Calhoun St.—Second Grade, School
No. 103.

Mabel I. Marlowe, 1729 McCulloh St.—Second Grade, Paul Laur-
ence Dunbar School.

Bessie C. Quille, 1344 N. Carey St.—Fourth Grade, School No. 116.

Elmer A. Henderson, 1154 N. Carey Street—Fifth-Sixth Grades,
Frederick Douglass School.


John Denues, 224 W. Lanvale St.—Supervisor and Teacher of Music.
Olivia F. Keach, 1523 Linden Ave. (Madison 3588)—Supervisor

and Teacher of Art.

Winfort J. Braxton, 2134 Druid Hill Ave.—Manual Training.
Adolph Picker, 337 N. Calhoun St.—Supervisor and Teacher of

Physical Training.


Ruth S. Gibson, 1224 Park Ave. (Madison 2047-J). Secretary to


Anderson, Louise, Kindergarten Assistant, 1317 N. Calhoun St.

Bourne, Mabel C., Substitute, Class II, 1228 Etting St.

Browne, Ella R., Practice Teacher, 1351 N. Calhoun St.

Cook Caroline L., Kindergarten Teacher, 526 W. Lanvale St.

Connor, Cecilia E., Assistant, 3116 Barclay St.

Gray, Nannie W., Assistant, 1116 Argyle Ave. (Mt. Ver. 4192-J).

Henderson, Elmer A., Practice Teacher, 1154 N. Carey St.

Hicks, Hattie B. B., Assistant, 1008 N. Carrollton Ave.

Johnson, M. S. Jeannette, Substitute, Class I, 603 Pitcher St. (Mad-
ison 6552).

Lockerman, Joseph H., Principal, 2101 Druid Hill Ave. (Madison

McAbee, William H., Vice-Principal, 1520 Argyle Ave.

Randolph, Mary H., Assistant, 1811 McCulloh St. (On leave).

Sampson, Alma C., Assistant, 426 W. Biddle St.


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