James “Smitty” Smith in front of Columbia Steak House, 201 North Limestone. Smitty was the longtime maitre d’ at Columbia and at Smitty’s in Chevy Chase. He now works for the sheriff’s department at circuit court.
James “Smitty” Smith in front of Columbia Steak House, 201 North Limestone. Smitty was the longtime maitre d’ at Columbia and at Smitty’s in Chevy Chase. He now works for the sheriff’s department at circuit court. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
James “Smitty” Smith in front of Columbia Steak House, 201 North Limestone. Smitty was the longtime maitre d’ at Columbia and at Smitty’s in Chevy Chase. He now works for the sheriff’s department at circuit court. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

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