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Maryland Manual, 1953-54
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Long interested in civic as well as political affairs. Governor McKeldin
was one of the organizers and the second president of the Junior Association
of Commerce of Baltimore. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the
Council of Social Agencies and the Board of Trustees of the South Baltimore
General Hospital. He is chairman of the Board of the Baltimore Civic Opera
Company. In 1948 and 1949 he was chairman of Brotherhood Week for the
National Conference of Christians and Jews.

He is the recipient of the 1952 Freedoms Foundation Award, the Sydney
Hollander Foundation Award for the promotion of better interracial relations,
International Youth's Distinguished Service Citation of the International
Society of Christian Endeavor, the Twentieth Annual Citation of the Brother-
hood of Temple Ohabei Shalom of Boston, Mass., for furthering the cause
of human brotherhood, and the Histadrut award for outstanding aid and
service to the State of Israel.

At the Republican National Convention of 1912 in Chicago, he delivered
the address that placed the name of General Dwight D. Elsenhower in
nomination for President of the United States.

The Governor is an Episcopalian and a Lay Reader of the Episcopal
Church. He has taught a Methodist Bible Class and has been superintendent
of an Episcopal Sunday School. He has preached lay sermons in the churches
of many denominations from New England to Texas.

Governor McKeldin's present address is Government House, Annapolis,
Maryland.

 

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