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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 19th Annual Edition, 1931-1932
Volume 509, Page 50   View pdf image (33K)
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BELLEVIEU MANCHESTER
APARTMENTS

Madison Ave. & Bloom St., Baltimore

A good place to live

Housekeeping Apartments with unsurpassed service
and comfort. Two, three and four rooms, reception
hall, fully equipped \itchen and tiled bath, conven-
iently planned and beautifidly decorated. There
are Electric Elevators, Steam Heat, Hot Water sup-
ply, Dumbwaiters, Roof Garden, &c. There is 24
hour elevator and janitor service. The apartments
will be gladly shown at any time by Mr Simms.

MADISON CONSTRUCTION CO.

212 CLAY STREET PLAZA 0148

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