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  Homer G. Phillips Murdered
Brief Description:  On June 18, 1931, attorney and community leader Homer G. Phillips was murdered at Aubert and Delmar Boulevard by unknown assailants, while waiting for a street car. He did not live to see the construction of the African-American hospital for which he fought. The 177-bed capacity hospital, which opened in 1937, was named for him. His murder remains unsolved.
Year:  1931
Decade:  1930 - 1939
Beginning Date:     Jun. 18, 1931
Ending Date:     Jun. 18, 1931

Phillips, Homer G.

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