|Title||Letter to W. W. Moore from J. S. Cullinan|
|Creator||Cullinan, J. S. (Joseph Stephen), 1860-1937|
|Description||Copy of a letter to W. W. Moore from Joseph S. Cullinan about the development and opening of the Houston Negro Hospital. Joseph S. Cullinan lists ten points including: the clearing of rubbish on the grounds, meeting with the Mayor and Commissioners about the opening ceremony, equipment transfer from Union Hospital, watchmen on the premises, submission of the thirteen white advisory members and the acceptance of a definitive financial and operating plan.|
|Date||April 19, 1926|
|Subject (Name)||Moore, W. W. (William Wright), 1872-1948|
Cullinan, J. S. (Joseph Stephen), 1860-1937
Moton, Robert Russa, 1867-1940
Sinclair, W. T.
Holcombe, Oscar F. (Oscar Fitzallen), 1888–1968
Brock, Clarence L.
Sullivan, Maurice J
Graves, M. L.
|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|
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