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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 26th Annual Edition, 1938-1939
Volume 516, Page 3   View pdf image (33K)
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Mr. Wilson is Registrar, Director of
Publicity and Editor of Publications
at Morgan College. He was educated
at Morgan College and Columbia Uni-
versity. He was a Sergeant-Company
Clerk in the U. S. Army during the
World War. He is the Executive Sec-
retary of the Maryland Commis-
sion on Scholarships for Negroes,
Secretary of the Colored Voters'
League of Maryland, Corresponding
Secretary of the Maryland Grand
Jurors' Association, and holds mem-
berships in several educational asso-
ciations.

In addition to the above duties, Mr.
Wilson finds much of his time taken
up with activities in the following or-
ganizations in which he holds mem-
bership: Walter Green Post, Ameri-
can Legion; American Association of
Collegiate Registrars; Omega Psi Phi
Fraternity; Sigma Pi Phi (Gamma
Boule); Pi Lambda Psi (Scholastic
Honorary Society); the M. E. Church,
and various committees of an educa-
tional nature.

EDWARD N. WILSON

Mr. Wilson was married in 1922 to
Miss Alice M. Waring, public school
teacher of Baltimore. Two children
have come from this union: Frances
Elizabeth and Edward, Jr.

Emma Holland Shipley was born
March 1, 1848, at the Glennel Farms
in Howard County, Maryland. Her
parents were William and Caroline
Holland.

In November, 1869, she was wedded
to Moses Shipley, also of Howard
County, and remained his beloved
wife until his death forty years later
in August, 1909.

Born to them during these years of
Holy wedlock, were six children; Wil-
liam, Charles, Carrie, Holland, Emma,
and Lee, all of whom are living. There
are seven grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

Mrs. Shipley's son, Charles, has
been successful in the catering busi-
ness in Baltimore for thirty years.

Mrs. Shipley has been a life-long
member of St. Francis Xavier's
Roman Catholic Church, and at pres
ent lives with her daughter, Mrs. Car-
rie Gearing, at HOC Madison Ave.

MRS. EMMA HOLLAND SHIPLEY

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