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Baltimore City College

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Second-oldest high school in the US, serving grades 9-12 (despite the word "College" being part of its name).

Location:
Baltimore, MD

Founding Date:
1839

Motto:
Palmam Qui Meriut Ferat

Mascot:
Black Knight

Enrollment:
1500

Official Website:
http://baltimorecitycollege.net/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
David Abercrombie
Business
6-Jun-1867 29-Aug-1931 Founder of Abercrombie & Fitch
Larry Adler
Musician
10-Feb-1914 6-Aug-2001 Mouth organ virtuoso
Alger Hiss
Government
11-Nov-1904 15-Nov-1996 Accused spy for the Soviet Union
Howard J. Krongard
Government
12-Dec-1940   US State Dept Inspector General
Marvin Mandel
Politician
19-Apr-1920   Governor of Maryland, 1969-79
Theodore R. McKeldin
Politician
20-Nov-1900 10-Aug-1974 Governor of Maryland, 1951-59
Garry Moore
TV Personality
31-Jan-1915 28-Nov-1993 The Garry Moore Show
Philip B. Perlman
Attorney
5-Mar-1890 31-Jul-1960 US Solicitor General, 1947-52
Martin Rodbell
Scientist
1-Dec-1925 7-Dec-1998 G-protein cell signal transmission
Dutch Ruppersberger
Politician
31-Jan-1946   Congressman, Maryland 2nd
William Donald Schaefer
Politician
2-Nov-1921 18-Apr-2011 Governor of Maryland, 1987-95
Kurt L. Schmoke
Politician
1-Dec-1949   Mayor of Baltimore, 1988-99
Simon E. Sobeloff
Judge
3-Dec-1894 11-Jul-1973 4th US Court of Appeals, 1956-70
Stuart Symington
Politician
26-Jun-1901 14-Dec-1988 US Senator from Missouri, 1953-76
Leon Uris
Novelist
3-Aug-1924 21-Jun-2003 Battle Cry
John Archibald Wheeler
Physicist
9-Jul-1911 13-Apr-2008 The Mechanism of Nuclear Fission


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