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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 28th Annual Edition, 1940-1941
Volume 518, Page 3   View pdf image (33K)
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WALTER T. DIXON, Dean of
Cortez Peters' Business School

"SPEED'S THE THING"

THE CORTEZ W. PETERS

SCHOOL OF SPEED TYPEWRITING AND SHORTHAND

Cortez W. Peters, Second Place, 1935, '36, '37,
World's Professional Typewriting Championship

1200 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. Cor. DOLPHIN ST.
Baltimore, Md. Telephone, Madison 0328

The school will prepare and train students in commercial
subjects including Typewriting, Shorthand, riling and all
related subjects, as well as prepare vou for Government
Civil Service Examinations.

Wt Assist AU Graduates in Securing Good Positions

Mr. Peters will personally supervise all work in typing.

TUITION REASONABLE

AND PAYABLE WEEKLY

All Subjects taught by experts

OWN YOUR OWN TYPEWRITER

If vou plan to purchase a Typewriter do not fail to set
those on display at the CORTEZ W. PETERS SCHOOL.
You may purchase one of these machines for a modest
sum at convenient monthly terms as low as $ 1.00 a week.

IF YOU DO NOT TYPE YOUR CORRESPONDENCE
YOU ARE NOT KEEPING ABREAST OF THE TIMES

When you purchase a machine from us

... you are taught how to use it

CLASSES OPEN SEPTEMBER 10th, 1940

PUBLIC TYPING

MIMEOGRAPHING

WALTER T. DIXON

Walter T. Dixon, Dean of the Cortez W. Peters Business School
was formerly in charge of the total Junior College when that
Institution was begun under the Federal Government.

Mr. Dixon has been engaged in the field of education for a
number of years and has served in the Public Schools of Wash-
ington, D. C. and on the faculty of the North Carolina College
for Negroes in Durham, N. C.

Columbia University has conferred both the Bachelor's and
Master's degrees upon Mr. Dixon. He is also a graduate of Bene-
dict College, Howard University, American School of Law, and
Central College of Chiropractic.

The local Business School, the only one of its kind in the State
for the training of Negro youth for Commercial activities, has
made remarkable progress and has placed a great number of its
graduates in lucrative positions.

Mr. Dixon is a 32nd Degree Mason, an Odd Fellow, and at the
present time is treasurer of the graduate Chapter of the Alpha Phi
Alpha Fraternity.

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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 28th Annual Edition, 1940-1941
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