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 INTRODUCTORY.
Herewith is presented the seventh edition of R L
Polk & So’s Lexington City Directory.
In addition to the alphabetical list of the people and
their organizations, it contains a classified list of all
trades, professions and pursuits, making a special Trade
Directory of each business and profession. It contains
also an improved Street and Avenue Guide and Direc-
tory of Householders, giving the names of householders
and business houses, arranged by street and number; a
Miscellaneous Directory of State, City and County Of-
ficials, Academies, Colleges, Schools, Churches, Asylums,
Homes, Hospitals, Banks, Secret and Miscellaneous
Soeieties, Labor Organizations, Parks, Public Halls and
Buildings, Railways, Newspapers and Periodicals, Post-
office Statistics, Etc., covering almost every phase of
human activity.
LEXINGTON.
Lexington was settled in 1776.
Is the county seat of Fayette county, which has more
than 350 miles of macadamized roads within its bound-
aries.
Is the center of the Blue Grass section and also of the
Kentucky hemp industry.
Has 5 steam railroads and is connected with five Blue
Grass county seats by electric interurban railways.
The railroad shops of the Lexington & Eastern Rail-
way, the division repair shops of the Chesapeake & Ohio
Railway and the division terminal yards and shops of
the Louisville & Nashville and Southern Railways are
located here. -
Within a radius of 30 miles of Lexington there is a
population of more than 300,000 people.
Lexington homes and business houses are supplied
with natural gas at a cost of 30 cents per thousand cubic
feet.
Lexington gets her water supply from artificial lakes,
the water shed covering some 1500 acres. The supply
is adequate and the water pure and wholesome.
Has a splendid public school system, with an enroll-
ment of over 6000 pupils. There are 6 buildings for
white children and 3 for colored children.
Has ten banks and trust companies with a combined
capital and surplus of more than $4,500,000.
Lexington has cheap fuel. Kentucky has 16,100
square miles of workable coal area, most of it practically
untouched, and Lexington is the gateway city to these
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Lexington is noted for the choice cattle raised in the
vicinity.
I Is headquarters for 50 of the greatest horse-breeding
3 farms in the world.
`i Lexington postoffice receipts exceed $120,000 annually.
  Lexington has the greatest Burley tobacco market in
R L . the world. The payrolls of this market amount to over
$15,000 per week for the season.
and Has seven loose leaf tobacco warehouses with a com-
? all bined capacity of handling 10,000,000 pounds of tobacco
`rade . . weekly. Has five rehandling plants with a combined
tains ` capacity of 2,000,000 pounds per week.
irec— Has 9 newspapers and periodicals, 33 white and 18
lders colored churches and 12 as lums, homes and hos itals.
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ii', 3 Lexington enjoys the distinction of being the Athens
uga? of the south, on account of the number and character of
» her educational institutions. —
egxg Lexington has 50 wholesale houses; splendid flouring _
gOSt_ mills; several distilleries manufacturing whisky, which
`€ Of is shipped into almost every state in the Union; a brew-
' ery selling its product in six states; ten woodworking
plants and is the retail market of Central Kentucky.
Lexington is an ideal point for the manufacture of
tobacco.
Is most advantageously located for the securing of
raw materials and the manufacture of hardwood lumber. I
more Offers exceptional openings for the establishment of
,u d_ wholesale boot and Sl'lO€,·tl11W3.1'€, hats and caps and
H n1en’s ready—tqwear clothing houses.
{ the Offers to the small farmer or truck gardener a prac-
tically inexhaustible market for his products.
Blue Offers to the manufacturer a tax rate of $1.75 on city
taxes, tax exemption for five years, cheap fuel, excellent
Rail_ water supply, and beinglocated ina rich community,
Ohm its people will give the right proposition, which desires
)S Of to locate on a stock subscription basis, a cordial recep-
_ are tion. For further and particular information, call on lor
° _ address Mr S H Clay, Secretary Lexington Commercial
_ Club, 720-721 McClelland Bldg.
IS 3 The Lexingotn Directory is placed by the publishers _
_ in the Directory Libraries of the various cities through-
1Ph‘{d out the country, where it will be constantly consulted
Cublc by non-residents, travelers,’investors, manufacturers and
home-seekers. The advantage to be derived by Lex-
akels, ington from this country-wide publicity is apparent.
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Abbreviations ................. ., ................. 100
, Academies, Colleges, Etc. ........................ 20
Alphabetical List of Names.   .................... 101
Asylums, Homes, Hospitals, Etc. ................. 23
Bands and Orchestras ...................... .. .... 21
Banks ......................... .. ................ 24
Board of Education ............‘ .` .......... .. ...... 19
Board of Park Commissioners ............... A ...... 17
Cemeteries ....... .. .............................. 25
Churches——\1Vhite ............................... 21
Churches———Colored ................. .. ............ 23
City Government ................................ 14
Classified Business Directory ..................... 569
Confederate Veterans’ Assn. of Kentucky .......... 28
County Officials ............................. . . . . 13
Fire Alarm Signals ........... .. .................. 16
Fire Department ..... i ................... . . ........ 15
Fiscal Court ....................... .. ............. 14
Hospitals and Benevolent Institutions ............. 23
Lab_or Organizations ................... .. ......... 28
Libraries ......................... .. ............. 28
Military ........, . ........... . . ................... 29
Newspapers ................. ., .................. 29
Parks ...................... .. ................... 29
Police Department ................. .. ............. is
Post Office ...................................... 17
Public Halls and Buildings ....................... 29
Railways ........ .. .............................. 30
Rural Routes .................................... 19
Schools——Publie ................................. 20
Secret Societies ..............................   . . 25
Sporting ....................................... 31
State Government ................................ 13
Street and Avenue Guide ......................... 33
Telegraph and Telephone Companies .............. 31
Theatres ........................................ 31
United States Internal Revenue ................... 17

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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS
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Adams Wm & Son ................. Front edge and 103
Alexander E H .............. .. ........... Bottom edge
Barkley Bros ................... Left side lines and 596
Bogaert Victor Co. ........ .. ............. Left top lines
Builders Supply Co ........................ Back cover
Combs Lumber Co ....... L ..... .. ........ Left top lines
Congleton Lumber Co., .................... Front cover
East Tennessee Brewing Co ............. Left side lines
Faulconer- Paper and Woodenware Co .............. 612
Fitzgerald _] _] .......... .. .... · .... Left top lines and 235
Frazer & Bush ............................. Top edge
Hendricks, Moore, Young C0 .............. Front cover
Hotel Vendome (Columbus, O).   ............. Opp 294
justright Tailoring Co ................. Right top lines
Kearney F X .................... .. ........ Front cover
Lail & Son. .; ............................. Back cover
Land George & Bro ..................... Right top lines
Lexington Banking and Trust Co.   ............... 345 Q
Lexington Granite Co ........   ............ Front cover
Lowenthal M .......... ; ..... Right center lines and 2
McCormick S F Lumber Co ............. Right top lines
Markham & Markham ................. Right top lines
Merchants Transfer Co .................. Left top lines
Milward W R ......................... Right top lines
Second Nat’l Bank ....................... Left top lines
Tra1iot—Haley Co ........................ Left top lines
Wiehl _] H & Son ....................... Left top lines
Williamson & Sons ...................... Left top lines
Wilson B R ...................... Right top lines and 3

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Q POWER AND CAPACITY OF MILLS.
LIST OF ALL WHOLESALE LUMBER DEALERS.
LIST OF ALL RETAIL LUMBER DEALERS. 1
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MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION
STATE GOVERNMENT.
Governor-]ames B. McCreary.
Lieutenant Governor-Edward A. McDermott.
. Secretary of State-Dr. C. F. Crecelius.
Auditor-Henry M. Bosworth.
Treasurer-Thomas S. Rhea.
Attorney General-]ames Garnett.
Supt Public Instruction-Barksdale Hamlett.
Commissioner of Agriculture-]. NV. Newman.
Adjutant General-]. Tandy Ellis (acting).
State Librarian-Frank E. Kavanaugh.
Insurance Commissioner-M. C. Clay.
Fire Marshal-C. C. Bosworth.
FAYETTE COUNTY OFFICERS.
Court House, W. Main, between Upper and Cheapside.
Senator-]. T. Tunis.
County Representative--Charles B. Nichols.
City Representative-]ohn G. Stole.
]udge Circuit Court-Charless Kerr.
Commonwealth Attorney-]ohn R. Allen.
Clerk Circuit Court-]. C. Rogers.
Sheriff-D. XV. Scott.
County ]udge-]. Percy Scott.
County Clerk-Theo Lewis.
County Auditor-C. M. Mathews.
County Attorney-D. Gray Falconer.
County Assessor-T. C. Bradley.
County ]ailor-W. T. Ballenger.
County School Superintendent-Nannie G. Faulconer.
County Surveyor-]. W'. Gunn.
County Treasurer-]. VV. Rodes.
County Supervisor of Roads-C. F. Estill.
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g-4 County Back Tax Assessor——Willa Viley.
Ei 2 .,3 County Weigher—Alex. Foley.
Q FISCAL COURT.
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DO·¤ First District-——C. P. Dodd, Lexington.
gn In E Second—C. _I. Haggan, Lexington.
Q W Third—Frank S. Graves, Lexington.
- cn cu Fourth--]. T. Farmer, Lexington.
CD Q5-S Fifth-Abner Oldham, Lexington.
Q4 Om Sixth-—Wm. Bowman, Lexington.
Ca E Seventh——R. R. Barker, Lexington.
Q dig Eighth-]. VV. Coleman, Lexington. .
(   CITY GOVERNMENT.
gg Eg EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
(Z I5 Cit Hall, 126 E. Main.
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O Mayor--]. E. Cassidy. ·
,1 Auditor—l\/loses Kaufman.
CD Treasurer——Frank G. Ott. .
Assessor—]ohn McElroy.
• E Back Tax Collector-]. H. Meyers.
m ·~6 Back Tax Assessor—George T. Gess.
E: Clerk—]ames J. O’Brien. _
Q F: Police ]udge—Butler T. Southgate.
u Supt. Public W`orks—\V. H. McCorkle.
M B Engineer-]. VVhite Guyn.
"tg ]ailor——Henry M. Schoonmaker.
m tg Health Officer-—Dr. N. R. Simmons.
_ W'eigher—Malcom Thompson.
g:Solicitor—]. E. Allen.
Q Attorney—Hogan Yancey.
> License Inspector——]ames Donlon.
m BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
1 K. G. Pulliam, president; ]ohn G. Cramer. Alex. Hall,
J E. L. Martin, R. D. Norwood, ]ohn Scott, Roger
M U) Smith and I. N. VVilliams.
dg BOARD OF COUNCILMEN.
M ff] james T. McCarty, president; ]. H. Burk, ]eff Harp, H.
. C. Hodges, W`. S. Hunt, R. H. Hanson, C. VV. May,
B ]. E. Phelps, T. M. Owsley, C. R. Thompson, W`. P.
m In I/Valton and O. R. VX/illiamson.
: BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.
VV. H. Laudeman, I. N. Combs, H. W. Bain.
BOARD OF POLICE AND FIRE COMMISSIONERS ·
]. E. Cassidy, chairman; George Land, VV. M. Dunn,
Paul ]ustice, Walter Honaker. ·

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BOARD OF HEALTH.
Dr. W. O. Bullock, president; Dr. N. R. Simmons, health .
ofiicer; Dr. Maurice Davis, Dr. ]. C. Carrick, Dr. N.
L. Bosworth, R. M. Allen and Dr. F. H. Clarke; Dr.
Ernest Bradley, city bacteriologist; Miss josephine
Lyle, assistant city bacteriologist.
BOARD OF PUBLIC YVORKS.
VV. H. McCorkle, chairman; L. G. Strode and I. ]. Miller. ·
POLICE DEPARTMENT.
“ Headquarters, 218 W. Water.
Chief-]. ]. Reagan.
Assistant Chief——VV. M. Brown.
Captains——Dennis ]. McCarty, M. R. Fox.
Lieutenants—]ames Egan, Newton Harkins.
Sergeants——Austin Price, _]. D. Shay.
Patrolmen——]. F. Barry, R. P. Maloney, ]. C. Lankston,
. Owen O’Neill, Luke Doyle, james Collins, Marion
Smith, Frank Sloan, Lewis Hambrick, John Douglas,
Benj. R. McCann, Tine McCoy, T. P. Hanley, ]ohn
Heafey,   D. Kayes, Ernest facobs, james Doyle,
Benj. Tucker, D. F. Lancaster, VV. R. English, \Vn1.
Thornton, ]. ]. McCarthy, ]. S. Cropper, ]ames Fos-
ter, Charles Henry, Peter Hannon, john Hickey, I.
D. Brown, W. B. Llewellen, \Vm. Sartin, E. Cropper,
R. Smith.
Sanitary Inspectors—]ohn Feeney, Pollard McKinney.
Patrol Drivers——I. D. Brown, VVm. Keefe.
Ambulance Driver—Tim Maher.
_Ianitor—T. P. Clohesey.
Park Policeman—Frank Merritt.
DETECTIVE FORCE.
D. B. Veal, Ernest Thompson, T. F. Donlon, james
Stewart.
FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Headquarters, Central Station No. 1,
120-128 W. Short.
Chief—\V. A. jesse.
Assistant Chief--O. NV. Shryock.
Hose Co. No. 2, 468 Maple av., Stonewall Bradley, cap-
tain. "
Hose Co No 3, 519 Pine, \Vm Lanclcart, captain.
Vogt Hose Co. No. 4, jefferson and Maryland av., ]ohn
` P. Slavin, captain.
\Vood1and Hose Co. No. 5, 304 W'oodland av., G. IN.
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LOCATION OF FIRE ALARM BOXES.
First District.
Box 12 Main and Broadway.
Box 13 High and Broadway.
Box 14 Maxwell and Broadway.
Box 15 High and Merino.
Box 16 Maxwell and Madison Place.
Box 17 Main and Cox.
Box 18 High and Maxwell.
Box 19 Vine and Patterson.
Box 123 S. Spring and Q. & C. Frt Depot.
Box 131 Broadway and Bolivar.
Box 132 Broadway and Bowyer.
Box 134 Broadway and Virginia av.
Box 142 Merino and De Roode.
Box 152 Manchester and Willard.
Box 181 High and Q. & C. Crossing.
Second District.
Box 21 Mill and Short.
Box 22 Fifth and Smith.
Box 23 Second and Mill.
Box 24 Short and Home of Friendless.
Box 25 Main and jefferson.
Box 26 Short and Georgetown.
Box 212 E. K. Asylum.
Box 213 Second and Georgetown.
Box 214 Third and Blackburn av.
Box 215 Fourth and Henry.
Box 216 Georgetown and Hickory.
Box 217 Sixth and Jefferson.
Box 218 Whitney av.
Box 219 Georgetown and Colored Orphan Home.
Box 231 Fourth and Broadway.
Box 241 Sixth and Broadway.
Box 242 Fayette Park.
Third District.
Box 31 Main and Walnut.
Box 32 Constitution and V\/'alnut.
Box 34 Third and Limestone.
Box 35 Third and Deweese.
Box 36 Fourth and Upper.
Box 37 Short and Limestone.
Box 312 Fifth and Limestone.
Box 313 Short and Deweese.
Box 314 Seventh and Limestone.
Box 315 Loudon av. and Limestone.
Box 316 Arceme and Cleveland av.
Box 321 Fifth and Chestnut.
Box 323 Upper and Mechanic.

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Box 324 Third and Race.
Box 325 Sixth and Elm Tree lane.
Box 326 Sixth and Waliiut.
Box 327 Seventh and Chestnut.
Box 328 Breckinridge and jackson.
i Box 329 \Valton and Hambrick av.
Box 341 Corral and Megowan.
Box 352 Fourth and VValnut.
Fourth District.
Box 41 High and Lexington av.
Box 42 High and Limestone.
Box 43 Mill and Water.
Box 44 Limestone and Graham av.
Box 45 Limestone and Maxwell.
Box 46 Main and Upper.
Box 47 Main and Limestone.
Box 4l1 Upper and Herndon Place.
Box 412 Main and Drake. _
Box 413 High and Drake. ‘
Box 414 Kentucky and Central av.
Box 415 Main and Park.
Box 416 Fayette and Central av.
Box 417 Main and Ashland.
Box 418 High and Ashland.
Box 421 Rose and Maxwell.
Box 422 Linden and Euclid av.
Box 423 Mill and Pine.
Box 424 Limestone and Leader av.
Box 425 Rose and Columbia av.
Box 431 Upper and Bolivar.
Box 432 Prall and \xVinnie.
BOARD OF PARK COMMISSIONERS.
M. A. Scovell, pres.; ]. VV. Porter, sec.; ]. T. Tunis,
Charles Scott, R. D. Williams. Office First National
Bank.
UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE.
POSTOFFICE BUILDING.
Collector——T. A. Field.
Chief Deputy Collector-—Harry R. McEldovvney.
Cashier—Theodore M. Shaw.
POSTOFFICE.
E. Main, cor. Walnut.
Standard Time.
Executive Division——Room end of \N/alnut street corri-
dor. Office hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. VVilbur R.
Smith, postmaster; David N. Zimmerman, asst.
postmaster; Henry D. \Vilson, stenographer.

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Requests for improvements in the service and all com-
plaints should be made to the postmaster’s office.
The entry of new publications and the regulations
governing the mailing of second-class matter and
orders for request envelopes should be made here.
Accounts against the postmaster paid at this office.
Money Order Division—Open from 8:30 a. m. to 9:00
p. m. Walter M. Bruce, Miss Katie T. Hardesty,
clerks. Domestic and foreign money orders issued
and paid in this department.
Registry Division-Open from 8:30 a. m. to 9:00 p. m.
Henry F. Chapman, Vl/alter j. jordan, clerks. All
valuable matter should be registered and mailed in
this Division.
Stamp and General Delivery Division—Open from 6:30
a. m. to 9 p. m. Miss Emma S. Gilroy, Miss Mattie
Walker, Mrs. Sadouia M. Elkin, Andrew Hamon,.
clerks.
Mailing Division——john VV. Rucker, Fleat M. Hays, Clar-
ence B. Miller, G. Stanley Milligan, George A. Bate—
man, Ernest B. Foley, clerks. This division has
charge of the classification, distribution and dispatch
and mails.
Rural and City Delivery Division—George R. \\’arren,
supt.; james C. Mahoney, john B. Irvine, Miss Mar-
garet Carroll, james M. \/Vest, George L. Britting—
ham and \Nm. B. Prather, clerks. To this division
is assigned the supervision of all mail matter de-
livered in the city by carrier, through lock boxes or
general delivery. Boxes rented and keys issued and
returned. The delivery of special letters by messen-
gers; also the supervision of the rural carrier service
in Fayette county.
Letter Carriers-—\V. S. Anderson, Arthur F. Adams, Q.
A. Bailey, C. F. Bowman, Raymond Cropper, H. M.
Crosthwaite, A. E. Diamond, Thomas Gunn, W'. R.
Owings, j. R. Smith. R. F. \\/illiams, Frand R. Dia-
mond, F. A. Durst, Russell S. Griffee, Otta T. jones,
joseph H. Hukle, Samuel VV. Marrs, Samuel R.
McCoe, W. R. Montague, Robert L. Oots, Andrew
Scott, Benjamin B. Simcox, john B. Snowden, E. L.
Simcox, Clarence N. W/'elch.
Rural Carriers—Marshall Alverson, Elijah Cunningham,
john Gilchrist, George G. Helm, Edward \V. jack-
son, C. M. Marshall, john H. Scruggs, I. S. Vande-
ver, j. H. Marshall, H. Guy Gordon, VV. C. S. Hay-
den.
Substitute Carriers—j. H. Laval, F. \V. Smith, George R.
Hukle.
Special Delivery Messengers——VV. McK. Morton,
Thomas j. Sellers.

  
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Rough and Dressed Lumber Contractors and Bullders
Office and Yards, 643 E. 7th Fayette Phone 512-X
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Board of Civil Service Examiners—George A. Bateman,
sec.; Samuel Marrs and ]ames C. Mahoney, mem-
bers. Application for examination for positions in
the postoffice and information on civil service should
be made to the secretary.
RURAL ROUTES IN FAYETTE COUNTY SERV-
ING THE FOLLOWING PIKES.
Route No. l—Richmond, Mt. Tabor, Hickman Creek,
DeLong, Armstrong Mill and Tate’s Creek Pikes.
Route No. 2—Versailles, Vanmeter Lane, Bosworth
Lane, Vanmeter, Elkchester, Redd’s and Frankfort
Pikes. `
Route No. 3—Russell Cave, Iron Works, Harp and Innis
and Maysville Pikes.
Route No. 4———Winchester, Walnut Hill, Briar Hill,
Shropshire and Bryant Station Pikes.
Route No. 5—I·Iarrodsburg, Keene, Military, Shannon-
dale and the Parker Mill Pikes.
Route No. 6-—Georgetown Pike, Saundersville Lane,
Spur Pike, Yarnallton, Bethel and Leestown Pikes.
Route No. 7-—-Newtown, Iron Works, bet. Newton and
Russell Cave, Mt. Horeb, Lemon’s Mill and Huffman
Mill Pikes.
Route No. S—Nicholsville, Stone’s Road, Higby Mill,
Bryan’s Lane, Brannon, Harrodsburg, Clay’s Mill
and Bowman Mill Pikes.
Route No. 9——Todd’s Road, Boone’s Pike, Chilesburg and
Cleveland, Athens, the Walnut Hill and the Rich-
mond Pikes.
Route No. lO—Richmond, ]ack’s Creek, Tates’ Creek,
Walnut Hill and the DeLong Pikes.
Route No. 1l—Athens, Walnut Hill, New Boonesboro,
Grimes’ Mill Road and the Richmond Pikes.
BOARD OF EDUCATION.
567 McClelland Bldg.
C. R. Melcher, president; ]. M. Kelley, vice-president;
Miss Margaret W. Brown, B. C. Hagerman, Dean
Anna ], Hamilton, S. T. Harbison, Albert Howard,
Mrs. C. B. Lowry, Miss Zelinda Neville, M. L. Pence,
Dr. T. D. Kelley, William H. Warren; M. A. Cas-
sidy, superintendent of city schools; ]. O. H. Sim-
rall, clerk of board.
COMMITTEES FOR 1812.
Finance and Accounts——Hagerman, Harbison, Kelly,
Miss M. W. Brown.
Contracts and Salaries—Harbison, Pence and Miss.
Zelinda Neville.

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3.. 2 Building and Repairs—Howard, Harbison and Mrs. C.
Q ca B. Lowry. _
Ad Lg Examination of Teachers—Dean Anna ]. Hamilton,
_Q Z Miss M. W. Brown, Hagerman.
‘=3 Su lies and Printing—Warren, Howard and Mrs. C.
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. owry. _
@ E Rules—Sprague, Kelley, Dean Anna ]. Hamilton. V
Q ...,. Colored Schools—Kelly, Sprague and Howard.
¢"5® Music-Mrs. C. B. Lowry, Hagerman, Dean Anna ].
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Kindergartens-Kelly, Warren an iss .. . rown.
O Hygiene and Sanitation——Sprague, Miss Zelinda Neville
and Pence.
L) Library—Miss Zelinda Neville, Sprague, Warren.
¤`DManua1 Training—Miss M. VV. Brown, Warren and
Pence. `
Q West End School—Hagerman, Pence and Miss Zelinda
• P-. Neville.
SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS.
M. A. Cassidy, superintendent; C. F. Croxton, supervisor
of music; Anna Bean, supervisor of physical science.
Ge) Arlington School——Roberta A. Newman,.principal.
';•¤| Dudley School—Mrs. Milfred \/Vhite, principal. O '
(Harrison) Second Ward Scl1ool——M. H. ]udd, principal.
High School—F. H. Parks, principal; Mazie Wolverton,
asst. principal. .
G) ]ohnson School-]. T. Bruner, principal.
Q) Maxwell School-—Eva P. Faulconer, principal.l
West End School——Elizabeth Cloud, principa
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G) Dudley School—Theodocia Scrugham, principal.
Q Harrison School——Elizabeth Wilson, principal.
]ohnson School—Mae Friend, principal.
Manuel Training School-Marie Hubbard, dir. of Man-
¤ ual Training; Agnes M. Tuttle, dir. of Domestic
Q) Science; Anna Franklin, Margaret O’Day, assts.
Maxwell School—Lucy E. Walby, principal.
P SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS.
.|_) (Colored.) L
w Hattie Baker, supervisor of music; Clae Webb, super-
CU visor of domestic science.
Constitution Street School-]. B. Caulder, principal.
I I I Patterson Street School—H. NV. Graves, principal.
Russell School——G. P. Russell, principal. .
ACADEMIES, COLLEGES, ETC.
Bible Coll