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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 22th Annual Edition, 1934-1935
Volume 512, Page 4   View pdf image (33K)
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Location of Morgan College, Douglass High and Elementary Schools
with Principals and Addresses

Morgan College—Hillen road, W. Arlington ave., Hamilton 0756, J. A. Spencer,
Ph.D. (White); Jas. H. Carter, Secretary, Hamilton 0756.
Office, Hamilton 075G; Carnegie Hall, Hamilton 9888; Boys' Hall, Hamilton
9704; Girls' Hall, Hamilton 9719; (Home) Dean J. W. Haywood, Hamilton
2665.

Director of Colored Schools, Dr. Francis M. Wood, Administration Building,
Madison ave., corner of Lafayette; home address, Old Frederick Road at
Douglass Park. Miss Gladys E. Thompson, 1622 Druid Hill Avenue, Seretary.

402—Choppin Normal School, Mount St. near Riggs, Miles W. Connor, Principal, 2415 Madison
Ave.

450—Douglass High School, Carey and Baker Sts., Harry T. Pratt, Principal, 2411 Madison Ave.

130—Booker T. Washington Junior High School, Lafayette Ave. and McCulloh St., Win. Ander-
son, Principal, 1513 Druid Hill Ave.

100—Joseph H. Lockerman School, Mount and Saratoga Sts., Charles W. Jones, Principal, 1143
N. Carey St.

101—Dunbar Junior High School. Caroline and Jefferson Sts., Howard M. Gross, Principal, 2523
Madison Ave.

102—Thomas G. Hayes School. Jefferson and Bond Sts., Mrs. Estelle W. Lee, Principal, 746
Dolphin St.

103—Henry Highland Garnett School, Division St. near Lanvale St., Miss Adah B. Watts. Prin-
cipal, 1811 McCulloh St.

104—Robert Brown Elliott School. Carey and School Sts., Mr. Samuel Owings, Principal, 911
N. Carey St.

105—East St. near Lexington St., Mrs, Cecilia Rezar, Principal, 3116 Barclay St,

106—Harvey Johnson Junior High School, Hill St. near Sharp, John N. Cotton, Principal, 2337

Ivy Ave.

108— Gilmor and Presstman Sts., George Simms, Principal. 2562 McCulloh St.
109—Calhoun and Gold Sts.. Mary R. Johnson. Teacher in Charge, 1334 W. Lafayette Ave.
110—Phyllis Wheatley School, Fremont Ave. and Waesche St.. Wm. H. McAbee, Principal, 1225

W. Lafayette Ave.
111—Carrollton and Riggs Aves., John W. Grinage, Principal, 2504 Madiaon Ave.

112—William Alexander School. Laurens and Calhoun Sts., George B. Murphy, Principal, 1741
Druid Hill Ave.

113—Benjamin Banneker School, Federal St. and Greenmount Ave., J. W. Woodhous, Principal,

537 Presstman St.

115—Merryman's Lane. Charles Harris, Teacher in Charge, 2232 Madison Ave.
114—Harriet Tubman School, Caroline St., near Lombard St., Ralph Bright, Principal, 1224 Druid

Hill Ave.

117—Wendell Phillips School. Barre and Warner Sts., Hammond J. Briscoe, Principal, 1420
Harlem Ave.

118—Harriet Beecher Stovve School, Argyle Ave. near Lanvale St., Mrs. Estelle Carr, Principal,
2523 Madison Ave.

119—John H. Murphy School, Gilmor and Mosher Sts., Wm. Griggs, Principal, 2039 Division St.

120—John Hurst School. Pennsylvania Ave. and Robert St., Henry W. Ebb, Principal. 1530
Argyle Ave.

121— Daniel Payne School. Sharp St. near Hamburg St.. Albert Wright, Vice-Principal. 1101 W.

Lanvale St.
122—Samuel Coleridge Taylor School (Platoon), Preston St. and Druid Hill Ave., W. Douglass

Johnson, Principal, 2316 Montebello Terrace.
123—Fremont Ave. near Lemmon St., George A. Owens, Principal, 543 Presstman St.

124—Daniel Murray School, Orleans and Bond Sts., James L. Thomas, Principal, 508 W. Lafay-
ette Ave.

125—Henry Winter Davis School, Pennsylvania Ave. and Dolphin St., Wm. H. Proctor, Principal.
714 N. Carrollton Ave.

126—Sharp St. near Montgomery St., Albert Wright. Vice-Principal, 1101 W. Lanvale St.

127—Biddle St. near Pennsylvania Ave.. Jas. Randall, Teacher-in-Charge, 1101 W. Lanvale St.

128—Schroeder and Pierce Sts., J. Clarence Roberts, Principal, 610 N. Carrollton Ave.

129—Ashland Ave. and Harford Ave., Elmer A. Henderson. Principal. 2560 McCulloh St.

132—Demonstration School, Mount St. near Riggs Ave., Miles W. Connor, Principal, 2415 Madi-
aon Ave.

133—Dunbar Junior High School, Caroline and McElderry Sts., Carrington Davis, Principal, 1821
McCulloh St.

454—Colored Vocational School, Lafayette and Carrollton, Joseph C. Briscoe. Principal, 1713 N.
Calhoun St.

454A—Colored Vocational School Annex, Carey and Cumberland Sts., Joseph C. Briscoe, Prin-
cipal, 1713 N. Calhoun St.

176—School for Handicapped Children, Schroeder St. near Franklin, Mrs. Louise Dennis, Prin-
cipal, 2008 Druid Hill Ave.

OUTLYING SCHOOLS

154— Fairfield Road, between Carbon and Brandy Aves., Miss Bessie Quille, Vice-Principal. 1304
W. Lafayette Ave.

155—Lauraville, Mrs. Martha B. Warsorna, Teacher-in-Charge, 258 Robert St.

156—Morrell Park, Center St., Mt. Winans, Grant E. Biddle, Principal. 1420 N, Mount Mt.

158—Roland Park. Falls Road near Cold Spring Lane, George S. Whyte, Principal, 663 George St

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