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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 11th Annual Edition, 1923-1924
Volume 503, Page 17   View pdf image (33K)
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REV. ERNEST LYON, A.M., D. D., LL. D., Pastor.



Residence, 828 N. Carey St. Telephone: Madison 8193


STEWARDS—I. W. Molock, Dist. Steward, 1371 Carey St.; Ernest Holly, Re-
serve Dist. Steward, 423 E. 23d St.. J. Wesley Raiff, Recording Steward and
Secretary of Official Board, 1822 Druid Hill Ave.; William Harris, Com-
munion Steward; Charles Ringgold, Asst. Communion Steward; Elijah Ran-
dall, General Treasurer of Church, 1366 Woodyear St.; George Stewart,
Emory Eandall, Samuel Campbell, Arthur Gladdin, Whitfield Boulden, Her-
man Jones, Charles Curry, Thomas Parker, William Mason, Joseph Waul,
Robert Valentine, Henry Johnson, Greenbury Scott, Fred Abram, Richard
Green, James Briscoe, Joseph Ray, William Z. Powell.

TRUSTEES—Ernest Lyon, Chairman; Wayland Dunaway, Treasurer, 1217 Win-
chester St.; William A. Jones, Secretary, 1373 Carey St.; Thomas Kelson
Joseph Russell, Alfred Barnett, Charles Thomas, Caleb Prescoe, Arthur
Segoins, Elijah Randall.

CLASS LEADERS—Julius C. Hall, Thomas Lane, Marcellus Goodrich, Samuel
Green, William Waters, Lottie Camphor, Nathan Galloway, Joseph Madden
Lloyd Price, Harry Briscoe, Owen Ross, Whitfield Boulden, Charles Smith
Edward Weems, Thomas Hicks, William L. Powell, Frank Fraction, David
Howard, Robert Forrester, Joseph Booze, George Young, Charles Neal, Alex-
ander Hall.

LOCAL PREACHERS=Tulius C. Hall, Chairman, 1515 Calhoun St.; William F
Powell, Secy., 1340 Presstnian St.; Thomas Lane, Harry E. Dixon, Marcellus
Goodrich, Clarence Molock, Julius C. Hall.

Robert Tutman, Supt. Sunday School, 630 Pitcher St.; William Harris, Pres
Epworth League, 2227 Etting St.; Jessie Bennett, Junior League Supt
Maud Kelson, Pres. Ladies' Aid Society; Annie Brown, Pres. Women's Home
Missionary; Effie Hall, Pres. Women's Foreign Missionary; Solomon Easton,
Pres. Ushers' Board; Joseph Harris, Captain Praying Band; Annie Thomas,
Choir Directress, 1510 Presstman St; Etta Downs, Pres. Choir; J. Clinton
Downs, Organist, 1367 Carey St.; Charles Brown, Janitor, 557 Laurens St.

Class Meetings every night. Prayer Meetings every Friday. Holy Communion
second Sunday each month. Leaders' and Stewards' meeting every Friday
night. Official Board every 1st Friday in the month. Trustees' Meeting
every third Wednesday.


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