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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 22th Annual Edition, 1934-1935
Volume 512, Page 3   View pdf image (33K)
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ALBERT I. CASSELL

Architect of Howard University.
Public spirited citizen of Washington,
D. C., one of the most outstanding
architects in the country. He is
charitable, co - operative, congenial,
find a Christian gentleman, a man
the race is proud to claim.

LINWOOD G. ROGER
Born in Reidsville, N. G. Attended
the grammar schools there, high
school in Washington; received his
college degree in 1920 and law degree
in 1922 at Howard University. He
has held various public and private
offices, among them may be listed:
President, Baltimore Branch, N, A. A.
C. P.; Alumni Secretary, Howard
University; Legal Advisor to several
organizations; President, Baltimore
How-ard University Club; Commander,
Walter Green Post, American Legion,
and Trustee, Union Baptist Church.

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JUANITA LOUISE GORHAM

Executive secretary of the Sharp
Street Community House, member
of the Board of Directors of the
Association for the Handicapped,
director of branch activities, su-
pervisor of the Community Club
of the same organization, organ-
izer arid president of the Social
Workers' Round Table of Balti-
more, secretary of the local Negro
Health Week Committee, Girl
Scout captain and Sunday School
teacher of Young People in the
Sharp Street Memorial M. E.
Church. Is much interested in
athletics, has to her credit the first
track team and summer camp of
the Community House. The loss
of Miss Gorham in her field of
labor in Baltimore for the past
four years is deeply regretted by
the citizens and organizations with
which she has been closely con-
nected. Especially is this true of
the Association for the Handi-
capped, for which she did volun-
teer investigation of cases, reports
and write-ups for the papers. She
possesses a magnetic personality,
is an amiable and dignified young
woman. She has done a very
splendid piece of work at the Sharp
Street Community House. Her
superior executive ability has been
so outstanding in conducting the
affairs of the Community House
that we Baltimoreans feel it will
be difficult to replace her. She is
the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs.
P. T. Gorham of Chicago, Illinois.

 

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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 22th Annual Edition, 1934-1935
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