|Title||Letter to Mr. J. S. Cullinan from Dr. W. M. Drake|
|Creator||Drake, William M.|
|Description||Letter to Mr. Joseph S. Cullinan from Dr. William M. Drake pleading for a chance to prove that he and the other negro physicians are capable of running the Houston Negro Hospital. The superintendent, Margaret H. Bright, has not reported correctly about the hospital failing. Contrary to her words, Dr. J. W. Slaughter is still highly regarded by hospital doctors, nurses and other staff.|
|Date||January 15, 1929|
|Subject (Name)||Cullinan, J. S. (Joseph Stephen), 1860-1937|
Drake, William M.
Bright, Margaret H.
Doctors' Medical Association
Lee, H. E.
Slaughter, J. W.
|Subject.Topical (Local)||Houston Negro Hospital|
|Subject (Geographic)||Houston, Texas|
|Original Collection||Joseph S. Cullinan Papers, 1895-1939 http://archon.lib.uh.edu/index.php?p=collections/controlcard&id=181&q=cullinan|
|Repository||Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries|
|Original Item Location||ID 2006-009, Box 19, Folder 2|
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