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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 8th Annual Edition, 1920-1921
Volume 500, Page 63   View pdf image (33K)
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CHARLES H. ANDERSON

Mr. Charles H. Anderson, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, of Wash-
ington, D.C. Has for a number of
years been of the second largest
hotel. Goldfield in Maryland for
our people. Mr. Anderson is pos-
sibly among the negro financiers of
Maryland. He is a man of broad
and liberal views, and his is best
known among those who need help.
He is also a liberal contributor to
all worthy negro causes. He was
educated in the school of the Dis-
trict of Columbia, and is familiar
among the professional and busi-
ness circle of that city and others.
He is an Oddfellow, Elk, and Mas-
ter Mason of the District of Col-
burnia.

CARL MURPHY
Editor Afro-American

ROBERT L. PENDLETON

Mr. Robert L. Pendleton is one of the
pioneer printers of Washington, D. C.,
being proprietor of "Pendleton's Quality
Printing House."

Mr. Pendleton is an Episcopalian,
and has served St. Luke's Episcopal
Church of Washington as treasurer for
the past four years. He is a Thirty-
Third Degree Mason, and Most Puis-
sant Sovereign Grand Commander of
the Supreme Council of Scottish Rite
Masons for the Southern Jurisdiction
of the United States of America.

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