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SOME INTERESTING FACTS

FOR THE

Investor,

Manufacturer,

Homeseeker,

Tourist

AND THE

GREAT PUBLIC IN GENERAL

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ET us first sum up in a brief way what Baltimore has accomplished in the two years which have pasj;ed since the g^reat fire which en- tirely wiped out the lieart of the business section.

Tli<* vulae of the biiilaliim.s ilexlroyed by the tire, iiccordiiiK to the \ppeal Tnx Conrt's e-«f iiiiiste. ^vas $12,90S.:i<>0.

The liiliie of the hii j Iil i ii;i>i «*r«M't«-«l .niiice the tire, necorili iiK' to liiiildiiiK liiNiieetor PreMtoiiN estiiiiat*-, is i{!:20,<M»4),004>.

Tile Riiriit DiHtriet t'oiiiiii iNMioti hnx iloiie exeelleiil ^vorU and ile- -fvvt-H KTeat credit. Th«'>- lia\«' aetiiiived over TOO lots for tlie '»vi<len- iiiK of Htreet.H aiitl iIocIvm. :iimI iliis, tugrether -with the liiK'h elaNN of liiiiltlinKM ^\liieh our iiier<-lia ii ts lisi\e ereeted, iiial^e our iie^v dis- Irlet a hiiMiiieMM Neetic»ii of \%hioh Baltimore is justly proud.

NOW let us look at Baltimore from the standpoint of the investor and try to enumerate a few of the reasons for and advantages of investinis: money in Baltimore.

FIRST— XotliliiK will he iterinitted to o«'cur wliicli would •eiiil to hlockade prituress toi\ards tlie (Greater Ha ll iniore.

SKt (»M)— II one of the greatest sliipiiiuK ports in llie lnili-<l sial«'M. In-inu the eiii^-f li isl ri Itut i iiu |ioiii« for llie \ortli and \\ est of all llie Iroiiieal anil seni i-t ro|>iea I friiils, l>erries and roots. All the ri«'h«-.s triini iIm- voil of the 4 ii roll ii.-i s. (;eoruia. I-Moridit. Alaltania ami the ^voniierfnl :ind roiiiaiilii- islnndN of Hie ) n li li lieii n Sea are iioiireil into the lap ol MalHiiiore |o he eoiisanied here or d isl ri hii letl upon <'ltles and lotiiis Ii>hs forliiiiatel> siliiiiled.

Tlilltll— Italliiiiore stands anionu ih,. tirsi of the u rii 1 ii iiiarts of Ihe \vorl<l. Iteeeutly on a siiiKle da> 7."..(M»0 hiishels of e >rii ^v«'re shipped from this p«»rl. lis elevators and lerniinals pro\ed e<|ual to Ihls enonnons lask, and lliei-)- ji re plans for more |o he made. Its I'liilroiids eiiri> (he uriiiii direel to I ifle t\ :i I er, ■ivliere \essels He walliiiK. SiM'li eommeree as this has ui\<-ii lliillimore tile rlKlit to lii-r lille of llie I.I \ I :i{ l>l>OI. Ol' V>li:ill< \.

l-'IM H'l'll Itefoi-e Ihls > en r Is out \%orU \^ i II liii\f started on the netv I nion Stnd-.in of the l>eii ns> I \ a n la Itailroad, whieh tvill he one of the tlnest and most up to diil«- in the eoanlr.i, and so w ,- <-oiild WTo on en iiniera ( I iiu. hiil for IneU of spncf »ve sa > to > on "I > \ I0«>'|' |<; \'|'|.)."

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N regard to Baltimore and manufacturers, we say unhesitatingly that it is the PLACK OF places for factories, and we ofifer a few facts in proof. .

Take, for instance, the cost of site— tlie opportunity for seenriiiR ideal sites tlie facilities for transportation by land an«l Ttater tlie clieapness of fnel and many otlier features, there is no other city in the country offers such inducements for tlie establishment of fac- tories of all kinds as Baltimore does. Thousands of acres of subur- ban land, as well as cheap sites within the city in connection Trith the inducements of transportation and the ease ■»vith which indus- trious worlvmen may secure cheap permanent homes near to their place of occupation, all invite your earnest attention. In some great lines of manufsicturing- Baltimore already lias the most extensive plants in the -^vorltl, and the reasons for their location liere are those Tt-hich have been stated as -^vell as many others not mentioned.

FOR the homcseeker Baltimore has many advantages peculiar to itself, all of which cannot but help to make it the ideal place for a home.

In the next fe^- years Baltimore will spend over $.">O,O0O,0OO for improvements. It will have parks that cannot be surpassed for beauty and attractiveness. It will have a tire department the equal of any in the land. It will have smooth pavements and fine school- houses. It has the finest markets in tlie world and the busiest. Tliese are of vast importance to the home builder, as they enable him to procure the freshest of vegetables and fruits and all other food of land and sea at lowest possible prices. Again, Baltimore is a city of HOMES, and while the building of ne^v and fine apartment houses in Baltimore is upon a great scale, the increase in the erec- tion of dwellings, which have a low rental, is far in proportion. Whole' blocks of «lwelliiigs of two, three and four stories, most of them of the smaller kind, spring up as if by magic in the most Jit- tractive sections of tlie city. IVever before has there been such si rapid addition of iie«' dwellings, and the real estate men inform us ALL, WITH POPULAR PRICE RENTS. You can't make a mistake if you come to Baltimore and make your home.

FOR the tourist Baltimore is, with the possible exception of Xew York, the most interesting and historic city in the United States. We mention below a few places that you must not fail to see.

CITx HALL WALTERS ART GALLERY

COURT HOL'SE MARYLAND INSTITUTE

POST OFFICE WOMAN'S COLLEGE

XE^V CUSTOM HOUSE ST MARY'S SEMINARY

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ENOCH PRATT FREE LIBRARY

BALTO STOCK EXCHANGE MARYLAND HISTORICAL LIBRARY

AMERICAN BUILDING FORT McHENRY

B & O CENTRAL BUILDING DRUID HILL PARK

CALVERT BUILDING CLIFTON PARK

CONTINENTAL BUILDING PATTERSON PARK

EQUITABLE BUILDING CARROLL PARK

FIDELITY BUILDING RIVERSIDE PARK

KEYSER BUILDING FEDERAL HILL PARK

MARYLAND TRUST BUILDING THE OLD SHOT TOWER

XEW LAW BUILDING WASHINGTON MONUMENT

UNION TRUST BUILDING BATTLE MONUMENT

THE CATHEDRAL WILDEY MONUMENT

THE PEABODY INSTITUTE WELLS AND McCOMAS MONUMENT THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY ARMISTEAD MONUMENT THE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL COLUMBUS MONUMENT CONFEDERATE MONUMENT

Then Baltimore has many other advantages. Within an hour or t^vo's run there are a half «lozen large cities and interesting and historic points -n'hich the tourist could see in a day, returning to Baltirsiore in the evening.

BALTIMORE'S POPULATION

X csiiniatt <>f the population of a city is a matter necessarily enjoined upon the Directory Publisher. The figures which we herewith tender are arrived at from careful calculation and can be considered practically accurate.

685,020

INCRE/\SE OVER 1905 12,820

llifMf liKiirfM repreaeiit all itei-MonM li\inK or tloinK biiHineHK ivlthiii rlie i-ity liiiiitK anal alMo inolnale all people llvinK i" the ailjaceiit MulturliH. ^\liicli a r«> l<» all piirpoNCN a part of our <'ft>. A DIllKCTOItV I!«i rOlt .SKRVICK.

>«> pt'rMon can K«'t tlif bent ri-NiiItH fr<nii a Kood Dir«'f»«»ry except tliruiiKli an untierNlaiidlnK' of Itn reNoiirccM and lio^' to utili/.c them. T«» learn the Mcope of information Kiven In thin IJireet«»r.v eonnult the Iiitlex to ContentM on Puk^m 1.'( t<» 20.

TO the great 13altimore public we wish to extend our thanks for its hearty co-operation with us in our efforts to publish in Baltimore a City Directory which shall be in keeping with New and Greater Baltimore.

R. L. POLK & CO., OF BALTIMORE,

Publishers.

WE wish to make special mention to the many readers of this book of our advertising section pages 1317 to 1516 placed directly in the center of this book. If the great Baltimore public will "get the habit" of turning to these pages when they want to find out where they can buy a certain article or who they can get to do a certain piece of work they will save themselves much time and worry and w-ill be as- sured of getting only the best from any of the people whom they find rep- resented on these pages.

THINK IT 0\VA<.

\\'e also wish to call attention to the wide circulation which our Baltimore City Directory has, and we know that the puTilic will then feel amply repaid for the trouble and pains that they have gone to in assisting us to compile this work.

In practically every city in the United States of 50,000 inhabitants and over our City Directory will be placed on file for the use of all the people in that city, and in addition to this the publishers liave this year made arrangements to place a ropy of our 1906 Baltimore City Directory into practically all towns of any im- portance in the entire South absolutely free of charge, covering every state from the .\tlantic Coast west to the Mississippi River, and from Maryland south to the (julf of Mexico.

We feel assured that the placing of this index to our city into the midst of the great Sf^aith cannot but help to be of great advantage in bringing Baltimore closer to the South and in making the ties which bind them together another link stronger.

We shall endeavor from year to year to continue to place our City Di- rectory throughout the South and to in every way possible educate the Southern people to the knowledge that these Directories are placed there for their use in order to get them closer and better acqtiainted with our city, which i'^ the natural distributing point for that entine country.

The people of these towns are prone to judge our city by our City Directory, so let us all endeavor to make it the best City Directory in the United States and a crff'it to Raltiniorc

R. U, POLK & CO.. OF B.^LTIMORE,

Publishers.

INDEX TO CONTENTS

ABBREVIATIONS 1«1

ADVERTISIXG DEPARTMENT

1317-151G

Aged Men's Home 2618

Aged Women's Home 2618

All Saints' Home for Children 2618

American Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 2640 Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite

Masons 2638

Ancient & Honorable Mechanical Co.. 2636 Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of

the Mystic Shrine 2638

Ancient Order of Hibernians 2637

Ancient Order United Workmen 2637

Appeal Tax Court (See Department of

Review and Assessment) 2611

APPENDIX 3606

Appraiser's Office 2606

Art Commission 2611

Arts & Crafts Society 2636

Arundel Club 2626

Association of Dental Surgeons 2630

Association of Fire Underwriters 2633

Association of Maryland Line 2632

Association of Trained Nurses 2630

Athenaeum Club 2626

Athletic Association of Johns Hopkins

University 2636

Augsburg Home 2618

Baltimore Association for the Improve- ment of the Condition of the Poor 2618

Baltimore Chamber of Commerce 2629

Baltimore Chapter American Institute

of Bank Clerks 2633

Baltimore Chapter American Institute

of Architects 2634

Baltimore City Christian Endeavor

Union 2636

Baltimore City Jail 2611

Baltimore Clearing House 2614

Baltimore Club 2626

Baltimore Coal Exchange 2629

Baltimore Coffee Exchange 2629

Baltimoi-e College of Dental Surgery.. 2630

Baltimore Country Club 2626

Baltimore Federation of Labor 2634

Baltimore Fruit and Produce Associa- tion 2633

Baltimore Fruit Exchange 2629

Baltimore Hebrew Free School 2618

Baltimore Horse Show Association 2633

Baltimore Implement and Vehicle As- sociation 2633

Baltimore Law School 2628

Baltimore Manual Labor School 2628

Baltimore Medical College 2630

Baltimore Orphan Asylum ' 2619

Baltimore Reform League 2626

Baltimore Retail Druggists' Associa- tion 2633

Baltimore Stock Exchange 2629

Baltimore Typographical Union, No.

12 2634

Baltimore United Butchers' Ass'n 2633

Baltimore L^niversity School of Medi- cine 2630

Banks 2614 to 2618

Bar Association of Baltimore 2633

Beneficial & Benevolent Societies 2632

Beneficial Association of the Maryland

Line. C. S. A 2632

Benevolent & Protective Order of

Elks 2637

♦Bethel (A. 'm'. E.V Church Home .' .' .' ." .' .' .' .2619

Black Knights' Society 2637

Board of Foreign Missions 2636

Board of Police Commissioners 2612

Board of Police Examiners 2613

Board of Public Works 260S

Board of State Aid*& Charities 2607

Board of Trade 2629

Bohemian Gymnastic Society 2636

Boxmakers' Exchange 2629

Boys' Home Society 2619

Bricklayers' Protective & Beneficial

Union No. 1 2634

Briska Help Association 2619

Brotherhood of St. Andrew Emmanuel

Chapter 2636

Brotherhood of St. Andrew, Md Se- nior Assembly 2632

Brotherhood of St. Andrew, Baltimore

Junior Assembly 2632

Builders' Exchange 2629

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Builders' Exchange Building Co 2633

Burnt District Commission 2612

Business and Improvement Associa- tions 2633

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 2182

Business Men's Improvement Associa- tion of Highlandtown 2633

Cadets of Temperance 2637

Canned Goods Exchange 2629

Canton Improvement Association 2633

Catholic Benevolent Legion 2632

Catholic Club 2626

Cemeteries 2618

Century Cycling Club 2626

Central Business Men's Association 2633

Chamber of Commerce Building Co 2633

Charitable Institutions and Societies.. 2618

Charity Organization Society 2619

Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone

Company 2641

Christ Church Orphanage 2619

Christian Tribune Home for Young- Ladies 2619

Churches 2621 to 2626

Cigarmakers' Internat'l Union No 1 2635

Circuit Courts 2609

City Council 2610

City Engineer (See Depai-tment of

Public Improvement) 2611

City Government 2610

City Library 2611

City Police and Fire Alarm Telegraph. 2613

City Surveyor 2611

Civil Service Reform Association 2633

Clinical Section of Medical and Chi-

rurgical Faculty 2630

Clothiers' Board of Trade 2629

Clubs 2626

College of Physicians and Surgeons 2630

Colored Aged Men's and Women's

Home 2619

Colored Young Women's Christian As- sociation 2636

Commissioners for Opening Streets (See Department of Review and Assess- ment) 2611

Commissioners of Finance (See De- partment of Finance) 2610

Concord Club 2627

Constables 2611

Consuls 2627

Coroners 2612

Country Club of Baltimore CJounty 2627

Courts 2609

Credit Men's Assn of Balto City 2633

Crescent Club 2627

Custom House 2606

Deaconess Home of the Methodist

Episcopal Church 2619

Deaconess Home of the Presbyterian

Church 2619

Decorative Art Society 2633

Department of Charities and Cor- rections 2611

Department of Education 2611

Department of Finance 2610

Department of Law 2610

Department of Parks and Squares 2611

Department of Public Improvements. .2611

Department of Public Safety 2610

Departnient of Reviews and Assess- ment 2611

Department of Street Cleaning (See

Department of Public Safety) 2610

Dispensaries i62S

Dolan Aid Society 2619

East Baltiinore Business Men's Asso- ciation 2633

East End Improvement Association 2633

Educational Institutions 2628

Egenton Orphan Asylum and School.. 2619

Electrical Commission 2611

Emory Grove Association 2633

Engineer Corps, U. S. A 2606

Enoch Pratt Free Library 2630

Exchanges and Board of Trade 2629

Female Christian Home 2619

Female City Mission 2636

Female House of Refuge 2608

Fire Department 2612

Firemen's Relief Association 2632

Florists' Exchange 2629

Foreign Consuls at Baltimore 2627

Foresters of America 263'7

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IMgf. Franklin RiK-hanan Camp No. 747 (L'.

C. V. ) 2m-2

Fi-Jitt'rniil Order of Raglfs 26:?7

F'redcrlok-Av Iniprov«-nient Assn 2633

Fr<'<- Day Soliool fi»r Drlormed Chil- dren 2628

Free Siimni<r lOxciirsion Society 2619

French Benevolent Society 26:52

Friendly Inn 2619

Friendship Council. Jr O U A M, Li- brary 2630

P'uni'ral Directors' Association 2633

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>AMK«S 101

German Aged rcople's Homes 2619

Oernvm (Kvanj;' Immigrant Ht)use

and Seamins Home 2619

Jerman (^rplian Asylum 2619

(lerman Society of Maryland 2632

Germania Club 2627

Government of Maryland 2607

Government of tlie U. S 2606

Grand Army Club of Maryland 2627

Grand Army of the Republic 2632

Gustav Adolf Association 2636

Gynaecological and Obstetrical Society. 2630

Harbor Masters 2611

Health Department (See Department

of Public Safety) 2611

Hebrew Benevolent Society 2632

Hebrew Free Burial Association 2619

Hebrew Friendly Inn and Aged Home.2619

Hebrew Hospital and Asylum A.ssn 2630

Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society 2619

Hebrew Ladies' Sewing Society 2619

Hebrew Orphan Asylum 2619

Hebrew Society for Educating Poor

and Orphan Children 2619

Hebrew Young Mens Sick Relief Assn. 2619 Henry Watson Children's Aid Societv..2619

Heptasophs, or S W M 2637

Hibernian Club of Baltimore 2627

Hibernian Society of Baltimore 2632

Highway Division nf Md Geological

Survey 2609

Home (The) 2619

Home for Confederate Mothers and

Widows 2619

Home for Incurables 2619

Home for Mothers and Infants ]!2619

Home for the Aged (M E Church) 2620

Home of the Fri<ndless '^620

Home of the I O O F of Md 2620

Homoepathic Nurses' Home 2620

Hospital Relief Association of Mary-'

land (The) 2620

Hospital and Infirmaries 2629

House of Ref<,>rmation for Coloied

I^''^»« 2620

Hou.se of Refuge 2608

Hf)us.- of the Good Sliepherd 26'20

Hou.ve of the Good Sl.cpheid (Col) 2620

nnprov.-d Order of Heptasophs 2637

Improved Order of Fted Men '2638

IndepriKlent Cjrder Good Teinplars 2638

Indepcnrh-nt Order of Mecliaiiics. . 2638

Independent Ord.r <,f o,m f-^-IIows 963Si IM>KX TO \n\ lOKTI.SKMIOXT.S "n{

Indigent Sick Societv ' "6'>0

Industrial Home for'Colo;ed GJris 2620

Inspectr.rs Weights and Lk|uid Men's-

"•"''■'< ..2611

IXTKOIM fTORY jO

Irish llistoiicil Socir-ty..... "Jfiar,

Isaac K Trimble Camp No 1 O^f) ( V'' C V) ' ^eV' Jatiies H Herbert Camp No 6.-,7 ( F C V)'263'' Jobiilng r'onf<'ctloners' A.ssociatlon ''633

Johns Hopkln.s Colored Orphan Asv-

, '""^ .■."..£620

Johns Hopkins Unlversitv 2628

Jouiriallsts' Club "26''7

Judicial Circuits woi

Junior o (• A M ■.■.■.■.■.■.■.■.■.■::v::2638

Juvenile 0<iurt 2610

Kelso Home for Orphan Children. .....2620

Knights of Cohnnbus 2632

Knights of Honor 126.38

Knights of Pythias "26:i8

Knights of the Golden Eagle 2638

Krieger Bund of B.iltlmore 2636

Labor Organlzathms 26;}4

Ladles' Aid Society of the Boys'"

Home ■_ 262(1

Ladles' Branch Bible Society !!!!2636

Legal Dep;ii t ment 1409-1416

Page. Legion of the Red Cross (G C of M)....2638

Libraries 2630

Library of the Medical and Chirurgi-

cal Faculty 26:?0

Lime and Oment Exchange of Balti- more City 2629

Liciuor License Commissioners 2608

Little Sisters of the Poor 2620

Live Stock Sanitary Board 260S

Louise Mercer (Chinese Home 2620

Lumber lOxchange 2629

Lunac.v Commission Slate of Mary- land 2608

T.(Utheran Deaconess Home 2620

McDonogh Trust Fund 2620

Magistrates 2612

Margaitt J Bennett Home 2620

Marine Engineers' Beneficial Assn

No .1 2635

Markets 2612

Maryland Academy of Science 2628

Maryland Anti-Vivisection Society 2630

Mar.yland Assn for tlie Correction of

Medical Charity Abuse 2630

Maryland Assn of Public Accountants. 2633

Maryland Bible Society 2636

Maryland Board of Pharmacy 2608

Maryland Bottlers' Protective Assn.... 2633 Marylanil Chiisiian Endeavor Union... 2636

Maryland Club 2627

Maryland Commissioners for Uniform

Laws 2608

Maiyhmd Country Club 2627

Marjiaiid Diocesan Liljrary 2630

Maiyland Division Cnited Confederate

N'eteians 2632

Maryland Farmers' League 2633

Maryland Geological Survey 2609

Maryland Historical Society 2636

Maryland Homoeopathic State Society. 2630 Maryland Hr)spital for the Insane No 1

(Spring (irove) 2607

Maryland House of Correction 2608

Maryland Institute for Promotion of

tlie Mechanic Arts 2628

Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers'

H om t- 2620

Maryland National Guard 2608

Mary la nd Penitentiary 2608

Maryland- Pilots' Assn 2633

Maiyland I'risoneis' Aid Assn 2620

Maryland School for the Blind 2628

Maiyland School for the Colored Blind

and Deaf 2628

Maryland School for the Deaf and

Duml) 2628

Maryland Society for the Pre\-ention

of ("riielty to Animals 2620

Mai\\-land Society of Colonial Dames.. .2(i36 Ma!-yland Society Sons of the Ameri- can Revolution 2636

Maryland State Board of Dental Ex- aminers 2607

Maryland State Dental Association 2630

Maryland State Fishery Force 2607

Mar.vland State Game and Fisli Pi'o-

lectio;n 2()07

Maryland State Homoeopathic Medical

Soclet y - .2630

Maryland State Normal School 2608

Maryland Stale Weather Service 2609

Maryland Sunday-school Union 2636

Maryland Ti-Iephone and Telegraph

Company 2641

Maryland Wholesale Grocers' Assn 26X5

Maryland Woman's Christian Temper- ance Union 2636

Masons 2638

Master Builders' Association 2633

Mastei- Painters and Decorators' Assn. 2633 Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of

Maryland , 2631

Medical and Surgical Assn 2()31

Medical Examiners (See Department

of Public Safety) 2610

Medical Institutions and Societies 26.30

Medical Societv of the Woman's Col- lege 2631

Mei chant 'J'ailors' Exchange 2629

Merchants and Manufacturers' As.sn...2634

Mcichants' Club 2627

Milk D«'alers' Union 2634

Mi.'cellaneous Societies 2ti36

Mount Royal Improvement Assn 2634

Minnn- Confederate Assn 2632

Naval Brigade (M N G) 2608

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Naval Office -'606

Naval Veteran Post No 67 (G A R)....:2632

Navy Pay Office 2fiU0

New Mercantile Library 2630

Northeast Balto Improvement Assn...2634

Northeastern Day Nursery 2620

Northwest Improvement Assn 2634

Nursery and ChiWs Hospital 2620

Nurses' Home 2620

Old Town Merchants and Manufac- turers' Assn 2634

Onkel Braesig Verein 2636

Oratorio Society 2636

Park Commissioners (See Department

of Parks and Squares) 2611

Peabodv Heights Improvement Assn. ..2634

Peabodv Institute 2630

Phoenix Club 2627

Postofflce 161S

Produce Dealers' Collection and Credit

Association 2634

Produce Exchange 2629

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Protestant Episcopal Brotherhood 2636

Provision Exchange 2629

Public Health Association of Mary- land 2631

Public Printer 2611

Public Schools 2613

Public Store No. 1 2606

Quarteimaster V S A 2606

Railroads 2631

Rayner Home for Nurses.. 2620

Real Estate Exchange 2634

Record Office 2613

Retail Clerks' Association 2635

Retail Liquor Dealers' Beneficial As- sociation 2634

Royal Arcanum 2639

Royal Arch Masons 263S

St. Andrew's Society 2632

St Anthony's German Orphan Asylum.2620 St Elizabeth's Home for Colored Chil- dren 2620

St Francis' Orphan Asylum 2620

St George's Society 2632

St James' Home for Boys 2620

St John's (P E) Orphan Asylum 2620

St Joseph's House of Industry 2620

St Jude's Tabernacle Society 2636

St Martha's Episcopal House 2620

St Marv's Conference of the Cathedral. 2636

St Mary's Female Orphan Asvlum 2620

St Mary's Home for Colored Boys 2620

St Mary's Industrial School 2628

St Patrick's Orphan Asvlum 2620

St Paul's Orphan Asvlum 2620

St Peter's Orphan Asylum 2621

St Vincent de Paul's (R C) Infant Asy- lum 2621

St Vincent de Paul's Orphan Asylum.. 2621 St Vincent's Home for Working Girls.. 2621

Samuel Ready School 2621

School Commissioners 2613

Schwaben Verein of Baltimore 2636

Secchi Scientific 2636

Secret Societies 2637

Sharpshooters of St George 2636

*Shelter for Aged and Infirm Persons. 2621

Sheriff's Ofl^ce 2614

Shield of Honor of Maryland and Dis- trict of Columbia 2639

Shoe and Leather Board of Trade 2629

Singing Societies 2639

Societies 2633

Society for the Historj' of the Ger- mans in Marvland 2636

Society for the Protection of Children.. 2621 Society for the Suppression of Vice

of Baltimore City *. 2621

Society of Army and Navy of the Con- federate Sta t es : 2636

Society of Colonial "Wars 2636

Society of St \'incent de Paul 2636

Society of the Cincinnati of Marvland. 2636

Society of the War of 1812 ." 2636

Sons of Temperance 2639

Sons of the American Revolution 2636

Sons of Veterans 2632

South Balto Beneficial Society 2633

South Balto Business Men's Assn 2634

Southern Homoeopathic Medical Col- lege : : 2631

Southwest Balto Improvement Assn... 26^4

Special Agency V S Treasurv 2606

Springfield State Ho.spital -'607

Standard Medical Society :;tjSl

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States Attorney for Balto City 2614

State Board of Commissioners of

Plumbing 260S

State Board of Education 2607

State Board of Examiners of Public

Accountants ". 2608

State Board of Health 2607

Sttite Board of Medical Examiners 2608

State Board of Undertakers 2609

State Bureau of Immigration 2608

State Bureau of Industrial Statistics. .2608 State Grand Commandery of Knights

Templars 2638

State Inspectors of Steam Boilers 2607

State Insurance Department..." 2608

State Tobacco Inspectors 2609

Steamboat and Steamship Lines 2639

STREET DIRECTOR Y :i1 -««

Street Railways 2640

Superintendent of Lamps and Lighting. 2611

Superintendent of Public Buildings 2611

Supervisors of City Charities (See De- partment of Charities and Correc- tion^ 2611

Supervisors of Elections 2607

Supreme Lodge Independent Order of

Mchanics y. .2638

Surveyor's Office 2611

Swis.? Society 2637

Tax Department (See Department of

Finance) 2610

Technischer Verein of Baltimore 2637

Technological Society of Balto 2633

Telf'phone Companies 26W

Tliomas Wilson Fuel Saving Society.. .2621 Thomas Wilson Sanitarium for Chil- dren 2621

Tobacco Board of Trade 2629

Travelers and Merchants' Association. 2634

Trust Companies 2641

Trustees of the Sheppard and Enoch

Pratt Hospital 2621

Turnverein Vorwaerts 2637

I'nion League Club 2627

I'nited Bohemian Brothers' Assn 2637

Fnited National Association of Post- office Clerks 263.5

Ignited States Army Recruiting Office.. 2606 I'nited States Branch Hydrogi'apliic

Office 2606

United States Bureau of Immigration.. 26% LT^nited States Coast and Geodetic Sur- vey 2333

United States Courts 2607

United States Internal Revenue 2606

United States Lighthouse Engineer 2606

I'nited States Lighthouse Inspector 2606

I'nited Stales Local Inspectors of

Steam Vessels 2606

United States Marine Hospital Service. 2606 United States Revenue Cutter Service. 2606 United States Shipping Commissioners. 2606 I'nited States Special Examiners of

Pensions 2606

United States Sub-Treasury 2606

United States Surveyor 2606

United States Weather Bureau 2607

University Club 2627

University Hospital Training School

for Nurses (The) 2631

University of Maryland, Dental De- partment 2631

University of Maryland School of Law. 2628 University of Maryland School of Med- icine 2631

Vaccine Physicians (See Department

of Public Safety) 2610

Veteran Volunteer Firemen's Assn 2633

Veterinary Medical Board 2609

Walbrook Pai-k Improvement Assn 2634

Water Department (See Department of

Public Improvements) 2611

West Boundary Improvement Assn 2634

WHARVES AXD DOCKS 65

Woman's College of Balto 2628

Woman's Medical College 2631

Women's Industrial Exchange 2634

Working Girls' Home of the Daughters

in Israel 2621

Young Catholic Friends' Society 2637

Young Men's Christian Assn 2637

Young Men's Christian Assn (colored). 2637 Young Men's Christian Assn of the

University of Maryland 2637

Yoimg Men's Hebrew Assn 2637

Yorng >'en's Republican Club 2627

Young Women's Ciiristian Assn 2637

INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS

Ui-f«'i-<-inM> Ik fsiteciiilly Invited to tlio follntviiiu' -VlplinlM'tioul I.lsl of H(>M|>oiiNilil<>, IOiit<*r|irlHliiK< A<l wrtiNiiiK' IIiimI iicmm >ffii. iiiiil iiino to thi' iiitiiii'M ill III, VC'Iv 'I'VPK throuKliout the Hook of tlioMc ho take pride in Hantniii i lit; the Directory, and tvlio do not lion-o^v their iieiKhhor'.s l>lreetor> :

Page Abbott Mantel & Tile Co 102

Abrahams Cliarles K 139S

Adams J M 108, 2343, 2380. 2478

Adams & Schwab 2335

Ades r;ros 1467

AfTordhv School 2548

Albaugli W A 2584

Alhrecht Frederick 2205

Alcock John I. 1417

Alpha Photo Ene^raving Co 1385

Altvat'r Louis 122

American Agricultural Chemical Co 2339 American Distriljuting Co. ..right side lines

American Label Mnfg Co 1407-1408

Americ.-in Lumber Co 1407

American View it Portrait Co 2485

Anderson Wm E 1355

Appleby Wm S 135

Appold Bros 135

Armlger James R

right corner cards and 2406

Armstrong. Cator & Co 1434

Armstrong-Denny Co 138

Arthur D H 246S

Art Mt-t;il Construction Co 142

Astndcrf J H Co 1417

Association of American Directory

Publishers £642

Atkinson Jas H 2572

Atlantic Barbers' Supply Co 1.344

Atlantic Transportation Co 1450

Auditorium Theater back paster form

Aiilt ^r Co inside line back cover

Aimieii Machinery & Supply Co 2334'

Automobile Outing Co 2193

Badders James H 1.3.55

Baker Glass Co opp l.'iR

Baker-Vawter Co 2430

Baldwin & Baldwin lU.".)

EaUimore Academy of the V^isltation..2552

Baltimore American The 14:57

Baltimore Artesian Well Co 2190

Baltimore Blind Co The 164

Bftltimore Bolt & Iron Works 2403

Baltimore, Chesapeake & Atlantic '

n.iilway Co 1451

Baltimore Cooperage Co 2296 i

Baltimore Credit Co 24:8

Baltimore Electric Bine Print Co 22f9

Bj'UiniiM-e Enanvl .'C- Novelty Co 2.332

Baltin'ore Kouitabh- Society 166 i

Baltimore Evening Herald |

left bott<mi lines and 1438 !

Baltimore Foundry Co 2405

Baltimore Iron & Metal Co 2.555 1

Ba It inioie .Journal 143!) |

B.-'itimore Journal f>f Commerce I

Inside back cov^^r I

Biiltiinore Lunch Rooms 803

Baltimor.- Malleabh' Iron & Steel Cast- i

Ing <"o 2403

BiItiuKire-Maryland Engraving Co..l3.S5-A

Baltimore Paint & Glass Co 2473'

Baltimore Roonn;, »;• Coal Tar Co .2511 '

Baltim. r( Saf' & Lock Co 25-7

Baltimore Sash & Door Co 2545 I

B.iltiniore Sign Co 16S

Baltimore Steam Carpet Cleaning & \

Storage Co opp 224'^

Baltimore Steam Packet Co 14.52

Baltimore Storage K Distributing Co.. | right top lines

B;iltinioi-e Telegram back paster

Baltimore Terra Cotta Works 1351 I

Baltimore Transfer Co I

16!t an<l right bottom lines >

Baltimore Trust fi- Guanintee Co 1323

Baltimore T'ni\'ersltv School of Law...

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