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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 24th Annual Edition, 1936-1937
Volume 514, Page 2   View pdf image (33K)
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Gladstone, England's great

statesman, said:

"Show me the manner in which a community cares
for its dead, and I will measure with mathematical
exactness the tender sympathies of its people".

That Explains Why

ARBUTUS MEMORIAL PARK

IS THE PREFERRED CEMETERT

Picture a sweep of gently rolling acres adorned with love-
ly evergreens, and covered with an unbroken spread of
beautiful green grass, always kept watered and evenly cut
óno weeds, litter, over-grown and dead grass: and you see
Arbutus, Baltimore's long - awaited, modern cemetery,
where friendly Perpetual Care is guaranteed by charac-
ter, sound business practices expert superintendence, and
a Perpetual Care Trust Fund.

The Dedication, Sunday, June 28, 1936, was the greatest
event of its kind in our national history: 3,500 spectators,
distinguished musical talent, and representatives of all
denominations participating.

Endorsed by Baltimore's leading Undertakers
Sound Financial Sponsorship Property Free and Clear

Four grave lots, full depth, $50.00 and up. Easy Terms.
Unsurpassed roads, easily reached by Halethorpe buses.

Location - - Sulphur Spring Road and Shelbourne Ave.,
Arbutus, Maryland. Two miles from the city limits at
Wilkens Ave.

For further information call Office

The Arbutus Memorial Co.

Vernon 6991 and 8280

ST. PAUL AND HAMILTON STREETS

SAMUEL R. MORSELL, Secretary and Director of Sales

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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 24th Annual Edition, 1936-1937
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