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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 10th Annual Edition, 1922-1923
Volume 502, Preface 2   View pdf image (33K)
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The Colored Peoples' Strong Defender

He Believes in the Fatherhood of God and the
Brotherhood of Men

Senator France's Record

1. Senator France fought the Poe Amendment that would have
disfranchised the colored voter through the Grandfather's Clause.

2. Senator France called a conference upon Educational and Health
Topics, particularly in the interest of the colored people.

3. Senator France in the United States Senate has made urgent
pleas for better educational opportunities for the colored people.

4. Senator France advocated creation of a Department of Health
co-ordinate with the other Departments of Government which
would insure the best hygienic and sanitary conditions for colored
alongwith all other citizens.

5. Senator prance advocated amendment of the Railroad Bill so
that colored people paying a first class fare should have first class
accommodations.

6. Senator France introduced anti-lynching bill and made a fight
for the passage of the Dyer ANTI-LYNCHING bill.

7. Senator France in the distribution of patronage has always shown
generous Consideration for the claims of colored citizens.

8. Senator France urged upon the President of the United States full
recognition of colored Republicans in the distribution of patronage.

9. Senator, France urged that the Government of the United States
should make a liberal loan to the Republic of Liberia.

lOSenator France introduced a resolution for a Commission to be
sent to the Liberian Republic to convey friendly messages for the
promotion of more cordial understanding and better working
relations between the small colored Republic and the big white one.

HON. JOSEPH IRWIN FRANCE

U. S. SENATOR AND CANDIDATE FOR REELECTION

This Noble Humanitarian and Lover of Liberty should be
SUPPORTED BY ALL VOTERS

C. & P. Phone

FRANK A. SIMMONS

1932 Druid Hill Ave.

PAINTER AND DECORATOR

CHURCH AND SCHOOL PAINTING

HARD WOOD FLOORS FINISHED

N. B. Since the inside of this book was printed Mr. Harry T. Pratt Principal
Benjamin Banneker School has changed his residence to 527 Sanford Place.

 

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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 10th Annual Edition, 1922-1923
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