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Proceedings of the Electors of President and Vice-President of the United States in Maryland, 1789-1980
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                                        1925

        Proceedings of Electors of President and Vice
President of the United States of America, in and for the
State of Maryland.
        On the second Monday of January being the
tenth day thereof in the year Nineteen Hundred and Twenty-Five,
the day appointed by the Constitution of Laws of the
United States on which the Electors for President and Vice
President of the United States of America are directed to
assemble and perform the trust reposed in them there
appeared at the hour of noon in the Old Senate Chamber
in the State House in the City of Annapolis (the time and
place designated by Act of Assembly for the meeting of said
Electors) the following gentlemen who had been proclaimed
by the Executive Authority of the State, to have been duly
elected, Electors of President and Vice President of the United
States, in and for the State of Maryland, to wit:
                                Harry N. Abercrombie
                                Frederick W. Page
                                Thomas P. Wharton
                                Oscar B. Chenoweth
                                Wilford D. Dill
                                Henry W. L. Fricke
                                James P. Curley
                                Harry E. Baker
        The said Electors severally qualified by taking the
oath prescribed by the Constitution to be taken by all civil
officers.
        On motion of Oscar B. Chenoweth, Harry N. Abercrombie
was unanimously chosen President of the College, and
upon taking the chair expressed his appreciation of the
Compliment paid him by the College.
        On motion of James P. Curley, James W. Munroe
was elected Secretary tot eh College, and on motion of
Mr. Dill, Oscar B. Chenoweth was elected Messenger.
        It was then moved and ordered that a Committee
of two be appointed to wait on the Governor and inform
him that he College was organized, and to ask
if he had our communications to make to it.
        The Chair appointed James P. Curley and
Frederick W. Page who waited on the Governor and
received from him a copy of the Governor's Proclamation,
viz.


 
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