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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 15th Annual Edition, 1928
Volume 505, Page 11   View pdf image (33K)
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William N. Jones, President. Dr. James A. Crooke. Secretary.

Dr. James A. Hilburn, Vice-President. Attorney W. L. Fitzgerald, Treasurer.

The CENTURY CLUB

A Central Civic Organization with a Vital Business.,
Industrial, Co-operative Program

To Baltimore Business and Professional Men:

That Baltimore may take her rightful place in the world of business and
industrial expansion, that her thousands of young men and women coming from
our schools may find proper avocations in life and that this job may not be left
to chance, THIS ORGANIZATION HAS COME INTO BEING.

The basis of its object shall be to use efficient organization in business and
industrial expansion.

First. It will be associated directly with the Baltimore Association of Com-
merce, and will co-operate with that great organization in promoting the industrial
and business growth of Baltimore.

Second. It will conduct an intensive educational campaign, bringing to the
attention of the group masses the importance of developing business within the
group.

Third. It will systematically call to the attention of business men through-
out the country the opportunities open in Baltimore. In this way it will bring to
this city institutions like Poro College which will provide additional employment.

Fourth. It will join with the local forces in increasing jobs of every source
and in increasing wages to a fair basis.

Fifth. It will conduct no business, but will seek to induce young men and
women to enter the business field here in Baltimore and supply data and help
along this line.

Sixth. It will hold a weekly luncheon during the fall, winter and spring
months wherein business and professional men may thrash out their problems
and hear discussions by experts.

In short, it will use intelligent organization to make the greatest social and
economic use of the spending power of the group.

It hopes to enroll every business and professional man in its program, which,
after all, is a program that will most benefit them.

BE CO-OPERATIVE AND JOIN THIS MOVEMENT

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