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Letter to Dr. J. W. Slaughter from L. A. Stevenson
A letter addressed to Dr. J. W. Slaughter in regards to the renewal of the fire insurance policy of the Houston Negro Hospital. Mr. L. A. Stevenson points out that it would save the hospital money if the...
Letter to J. S. Cullinan from Commissioner, position No. 2
A letter from Commissioner, position No. 2 to inform Joseph S. Cullinan that his letter was received and thank him for his interest in the City-County Hospital project.
Letter to J. Y. Powell from J. W. Slaughter
A letter from J. W. Slaughter to J. Y. Powell, the chairman of the advisory committee of the Houston Negro Hospital, stating that the state committee on Nursing has decided that the hospital's nursing...
Letter to the members of the advisory committee of the Houston Negro Hospital
A letter from J. Y. Powell calling for an urgent meeting of the advisory committee of the Houston Negro Hospital.
Letter to Mr. Cullinan from J. Y. Powell
A letter in which J. Y. Powell informs Joseph S. Cullinan that the Houston Negro Hospital buildings are without tornado insurance due to the lack of money to renew the premium policies.
Letter to Mayor Oscar Holcombe from J. Y. Powell
A letter in which J. Y. Powell thanks Mayor Oscar F. Holcombe for arranging the meeting with the city council but states that he cannot attend due to work engagements. Mr. J. Y. Powell informs the mayor...
Memorandum to J. Y. Powell from F. O. J.
A memorandum to J. Y. Powell in which his secretary, Frances O. Johnson, informs him of a telephone conversation she had with Dr. J. W. Slaughter's secretary. Miss Kennedy, Dr. Slaughter's secretary, was...
Memorandum to J. Y. Powell from Frances O. Johnson
A memorandum, on behalf of Dr. J. W. Slaughter, urging J. Y. Powell to meet up with Judge W. H. Ward because the city council has refused to support the proposition presented by the advisory committee...
Agreement and contract
Agreement and contract between Lee Rogers and Fidelity Trust Company of Houston for the construction of a two-story Nurses' Home and a one-story utility building.
Bidding blank to Fidelity Trust Co. from W. H. Warrin
Bidding blank to Fidelity Trust Company from W. H. Warrin on behalf of Barber Plumbing Company Inc. concerning a bid for plumbing and heating work to be done on the Houston Negro Hospital.
Bidding blank to Fidelity Trust Co. from W. L. Sayer
Bidding blank to Fidelity Trust Company of Houston from W. L. Sayer concerning a bid for the construction of the Houston Negro Hospital.
Contractor's bond for Lee Rogerson and the Fidelity Trust Company of Houston for work on the Houston Negro Hospital.
Agreement between Houston Negro Hospital and the City of Houston
Copy of a contract between the Houston Negro Hospital and the City of Houston, Texas that provides the land, land improvements, and a donated $75,000.00 for the creation of a charitable hospital to service...
Document listing Advisory Committee members
Copy of a document listing the names of members of the Advisory Committee of the Houston Negro Hospital.
Letter to Mayor and City Council from W. W. Moore
Copy of a letter from W. W. Moore requesting that the Mayor and City Council support a move to pave Elgin Avenue.
Letter to the Advisory Committee from W. W. Moore
Copy of a letter from W. W. Moore to the Advisory Committee of the Houston Negro Hospital calling for a meeting on Thursday, May 27th, 1926.
Letter to H. E. Lee from J. S. Cullinan
Copy of a letter in which Joseph S. Cullinan assures Dr. H. E. Lee that the advisory committee is working diligently with the city and county to save the Houston Negro Hospital. Mr. Joseph S. Cullinan...
Letter to Margaret H. Bright from W. T. Sinclair
Copy of a letter in which W. T. Sinclair asks Margaret H. Bright why the Houston Negro Hospital was not rated as first class among all Houston hospitals. W. T. Sinclair has heard that a government commission...
Letter to H. E. Lee from W. T. Sinclair
Copy of a letter in which W. T. Sinclair, Joseph S. Cullinan's secretary, informs Dr. H. E. Lee that Mr. Joseph S. Cullinan is currently out of town.
Letter to Annin & Company from W. T. Sinclair
Copy of a letter to A. C. Edwards of Annin & Company from W. T. Sinclair concerning Mr. A. C. Edwards' April 25 letter. Mr. W. T. Sinclair informs Mr. A. C. Edwards that an order was placed for two flags...
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