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FHR-a-300

(11-78)

United States Department of the Interior Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service

St.

Louis

Phillips

Hospital

National Register of Historic Places Inventory Nomination Form

2 Phillips,

the

Missouri.

Orphaned

son of a Methodist minister, was born in 1880 in in infancy and reared by an aunt, Phillips lived

Sedalia, in the home

of the School became

noted black poet Paul

Lawrence Dunbar while attending Howard University Law

in Washington, D.C. a prominent figure

After graduation PHillips moved to in civic affairs while maintaining a

St. Louis

where he

versatile

law prac

tice representing universities as well as deposed union officials.

3 St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 23 February 1937, p. 2C.

^According to the Post-Dispatch, 21 February 1937,

p.

11A,

were: grants,

1923 bonds, $1,530,000; 1933 bonds, $845,000; $545,000 received and $80,000 expected.

1934 bonds,

the funding sources $180,000; PWA

5Albert A.

Osburg

(1887-1976)

was born and educated in St.

Louis.

He trained

two years beginning

at Washington University's School

work

as

a

draftsman

in

1904.

In

of Fine Arts (night school) before 1912, he was employed as a draftsman for

the City of St. Public Service. as late as 1954

.

Louis and by 1919, he was listed as an architect for the Board of He rose to the rank of Chief Architect for the City where he worked

6 St.

Louis Globe-Democrat,

23 February 1937,

p.

7lbid.,

and

Anniversary

(St.

[Homer Louis:

G. Phillips Hospital], Homer Homer G. Phillips Hospital,

5A.

  • G.

    Phillips Hospital:

    • 1962)

      , unpaged.

25th

8St. Louis Star,

17

December 1948.

9 Park 0. White, Louis, Missouri.

M.D.

Papers, Washington University School

of Medicine,

St.

10 H.

Phillips Venable,

M.D.,

"The History of Homer G.

Phillips Hospital,"

Journal of the black director

National

Medical Association

53

of

nursing

at

Homer

G.

Phillips

(November took office

1961): 545. The in January 1940.

first

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