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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 18th Annual Edition, 1930-1931
Volume 508, Page 6   View pdf image (33K)
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Mason Albert Hawkins received the degree
of Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania
this June, majoring in secondary education and
educational administration. Dr. Hawkins was
educated in the public schools of Baltimore,
and received his A.B. degree from Harvard in
1901 and AM. from Columbia in 1910. He is
Principal of the Douglass High. School.

FRANCIS MARION WOOD

Director of Colored Schools of Baltimore.
The man of the hour. Conscientious, just
amiable.

Prof. Francis M. Wood has just completed
his fifth successful year as Director of the
Colored Schools of Baltimore.

WILLIAM N. JONES
Managing- Editor of the Afro-American.

The competency of Mr. William N. Jones,
Managing; Editor of the Afro-American, cou-
pled with his superior journalistic ability, is
given much credit for the standing of the
Afro in the journalistic world.

Mr. Jones is well informed, positive, prompt
and charitable ; he is cooperative with all pub-
lic agencies.

MISS PEARL C. GRAY

Miss Pearl C. Gray, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Gray, old residents of the city, is
a graduate of the Commercial Department of
Frederick Douglass High School, February,
1930.

Since her graduation, Miss Gray has rendered
commendable service in her work in the office
of the Baltimore Urban League. She has done
a considerable amount of typewriting and has
also assisted Mr. Robert W. Coleman, Manager
of the Association for the Handicapped, greatly
in his clerical work for the Association. Later
she plans to attend College. She will be pre-
pared for a responsible position in the busi-
ness or pedagogical world.

Miss Gray's willingness to serve, her pleas-
ing personality, with other outstanding quali-
ties have gained her a number of influential
friends.

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