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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 26th Annual Edition, 1938-1939
Volume 516, Page 9   View pdf image (33K)
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It is, therefore, essential that an intelligent, broad minded and liberal colored
man or woman be a member of the School Board, in order that when problems
arise concerning the colored people, the Board may be able to have the benefit
of official and intimate and intelligent counsel. It is obvious, then, that this one
of the many possible illustrations will benefit the Board and the Community.

4. We understand that appointments are to be made in March of alternate
years. We are prepared to assist in nominating a colored citizen, adequately
qualified, one who is an educator, a broad minded person who will be an asset to
the Board and to the city. If His Honor desires it, the Association for the
Handicapped will send him a full biographical sketch of its nominee for his

5. A large number of colored organizations, churches and individuals are
cooperating with our Association. We also have a large representation of fair-
minded white people who are backing us, including churches, organizations ami

6. The Association for the Handicapped and all allied organizations have
watched with interest the efficient and businesslike administration His Honor has
given the citizens of Baltimore.

Hoping the request we have made will be favorably considered, we are

Respectfully yours,

Robert W. Coleman, Manager
1145 Myrtle Avenue

Hillen Road and Arlington Avenue

TELEPHONES—Office Hamilton 0756, 0757. President's residence. Hamilton 0622. Secretary-
Business Manager, Hamilton 0433. Dean's residence. Hamilton 2194-J. Registrar's residence.
Madison 6026. Public telephones —Carnegie Hall, Hamilton 9888. Baldwin Hall (Men's Dor-
mitory)—Hamilton 9704. Women's dormitories Woolford Hall, Hamilton 9719; Cummings
Hall— Hamilton 9722 ; Young Hall--Hamilton 9723.


Dwight O. W. Holmes, Ph.D.. President—the College Campus.

George C. Grant, A.M., Dean—the College Campus.

James H. Carter. A.B., Business Manager—the College Campus.

Edward N, Wilson. A.B., Registrar- 754 Dolphin St.

Joseph L. Carter, LL.B.. Treasurer.

Beulah M. Davis, B.S., Librarian—the College Campus.

Edna R. Hopkins. A.B., Assistant Registrar - the College Campus.

Beatrice M. Mayo, Bookkeeper-Cashier—the College Campus.

Angeline D. Smith, B..S.. Assistant Librarian—1520 E. Monument St.

Joseph H. Rice, Supt. of Plant—2139 E. Oliver St.


William H. Easton, A.M., Field Agent—2911 Montebello Terrace.

Helen G. Roberts, Supt. of Boarding Dept. 2418 Montebello Terrace.

Viola E. Proctor, Asst. Supt. of Boarding Dept.—the College Campus.

Patricia S. Taylor, Stenographer, Pres. Office—1418 W. Lanvale St.

Florence S. Jackson, B.S.. Stenographer, Registrar's Office, 1304 Druid Hill Ave.

Katharine M. Coleman, Stenographer. Dean's Office- 1145 Myrtle Ave.

Milton L. Galloway, A.M., Biology—Baldwin Hall.
John A. Herculton. B.S.. Chemistry- 2016 E. 32nd St.
Charles C. Key, A.M., Biology— Baldwin Hall.
Howard L. Cornish, A.M., Mathematics—Baldwin Hall.
Edward P. Hurt. A.B.. Health and Physical Education - College Campus.
Natalie C. Tilghman. A.M., Education—Evans Chapel Road.
Talmadge L. Hill, A.B.. Health and Physical Education—College Campus.
George H. Spaulding, M.S., Chemistry and Physics- -2406 Montebello Terrace.
Hattie P. Carter, A.M.. Household Arts—College Campus.
Clinton E. Knox. A.M., History (on leave for study in Europe).
Violet S. Banks, A.M., Music Education—Cummings Hall.
Jean F. Turpin. A.M.. Enclish—1825 McCulloh St.
William W. Proctor. A.B., Mathematics-714 N. Carrollton Ave.
Ollington E. Smith, A.M., English and Dramatic An Baldwin Hall.
Jessie M. Wright, A.M., English-- Young Hall.
Mason A. Hawkins, Ph.D., Economics.—1532 Druid Hill Ave.
Dorothy M. Houston, A.M., French—Young Hall.
Winfred O. Bryson. A.M., Commerce—Baldwin Hall.
Mary L. Bythewood, A.M., History—Cummings Hall.

Edward G, Carroll, E.D.. Religious Education- 2408 Montebello Terrace.
Frances B. Hill. Mus.B., Music--College Campus.
Earl R. Modes. A.M.. Social Science- 626 N. Carrollton Ave.
Leon E. Wright. A.M.. Latin—Baldwin Hall.
Read E. Jackson. Ph.D.. Education—College Campus.



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