Marshall W. Jones, Jr interview
Marshall W. Jones, Jr (1932- ) was closely acquainted with Theodore R. McKeldin and held numerous positions on his administration. Jones ran a funeral business and was involved with the Community Relations Commission, Board of Bureau of Parks and Recreation, and Board of Supervisors of Elections. In this interview, Jones recalls his first meeting with McKeldin and speaks to what he describes as the moral tone that McKeldin set while both mayor of Baltimore, Maryland, and Maryland governor. Jones describes obstacles that existed in City Hall during McKeldin’s time as mayor and further speaks about the 1960s riots, McKeldin’s position on open housing, and Baltimore crime.