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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 15th Annual Edition, 1928
Volume 505, Page 44   View pdf image (33K)
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THE BALTIMORE URBAN LEAGUE

521 McMechen Street Madison 8478
John R, Cary, President

R. Maurice Moss, Executive Secretary

The Urban League has for its mission the improvement of conditions among
the Negroes of Baltimore and the creation of a better understanding between the
white and the colored races. Its officers, who include both whites and negroes,
are occupied with the problems of life in the colored neighborhoods.

The Urban League is especially active in seeking to improve the economic
status of the Negro and to aid an increasing number of them to find their way to
better paid jobs. This is done in the belief that better pay leads to better hous-
ing, better training, better recreation, better health—to better citizenship.

THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE HANDICAPPED

Incorporated 1927.

Y. M. C. A. Bldg.

1619 Druid Hill Avenue

OFFICERS

William H. Langley, President Dr. Francis M. Wood, Asst. Treas.
Rev. Daniel W. Hayes, 1st Vice-Pres. Robert W. Coleman, Gen. Manager
Mrs. Sarah B. Mason, 2nd Vice-Pres. 1145 Myrtle Avenue
George S. Whyte, Secretary Linwood G. Koger, Attorney
Dr. James E. Bell, Treasurer

EXECUTIVE BOARD

Rev. A. J. Green, Chairman Rev. Ernest Lyon
Miss Myrtle Garden Miles W. Connor
Rev. George P. Bragg

OBJECT

The Maryland Association for the Colored Blind was organized October 15,
1913, for the purpose of advancing the moral, religious, social, and industrial
development of the colored adult blind and to extend to them sympathy and
brotherhood.

It was later reorganized to include the care of the deaf, dumb, blind, crippled
and feeble minded of Maryland and became the Association for the Handicapped.
Some of the most prominent white citizens of Maryland have identified them-
selves with this organization.

VICTORY LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY

"$200,000 Capital and the Only Negro Company operating under the super-
vision of the New York Insurance Department."

Home Office: OVERTON BUILDING
3621 SOUTH STATE STREET CHICAGO, ILL.

Branch Offices:

1118 Druid Hill Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 1238 You St., N. W., Washington, D. C.
H. C. Brown, State Mgr. J. Percy Bond, Supervisor,

Eastern Division

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