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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 31th Annual Edition, 1943-1944
Volume 521, Page 22   View pdf image (33K)
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Phone, ED. 2465

Office HOURS:
9 to 11 A. M.—2 to 4 P. M.—7 to 9 P. M.

Compliments of

Dr. Ralph W. Reckling, Jr.

Physician and Surgeon

426 N. Gilmor St. Baltimore, Md.

BALTIMORE URBAN LEAGUE

2404 Pennsylvania Avenue
MAdison 0020-21

Purpose' The Baltimore Urban League, now in its eighteenth year, seeks to
promote interracial adjustment; to bring about coordination and cooperation
among existing agencies and organizations for improving the industrial, eco-
nomic, and spiritual conditions of Negroes, and to develop other organizations
where necessary; to make studies of existing conditions among Negroes; and
promote, encourage, assist, and engage in any kind of work to improve these
conditions.

J. Harvey Kerns
Executive Secretary

A. J. Allen
Industrial Secretary

PROGRESSIVE ENGINEERS ASSOCIATION
OF MARYLAND

Organized 1938

YMCA BUILDING — 1619 Druid HillAvenue
Baltimore, Md.

Purpose: To bring together colored engineers for the mutual exchange of
views on all matters affecting their profession.

OFFICERS

Henry Hall, President... . ............... .... ......... 1204 W. Riggs Avenue

Frank C. Buck, Vice President...............................432 N Calhoun Street

Ernest Gambrill, Secretary....................................531 Presstman Street

Henry Conway, Assistant Secretary.. ....................1302 W. Mosher Street

Joseph F. Johnson, Treasurer.. ............ ...............1523 B. Preston Street

Parrin Gough

BANKING COMMITTEE

Victor Hall

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Rudolph Carter

 

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