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Anti-Tuberculosis League's Bagby Street Clinic.

Photograph showing the Anti-tuberculosis clinic at bagby street with a "No Parking , Clinic Zone " sign at the parking lot. TheAnti-Tuberculosis clinic at Bagy Street was hedged in by heavy traffic of the adjoining courthouse, hence the singns above "No Parking- Clinic Zone" The 6-foot high board fence the sheriff built alonside the clinic to keep the Tuberculosis germs from Hopping into the courthouse Square unfortunately does not show in this picture.

Anti-Tuberculosis League's Bagby Street Clinic.

Photograph showing the Anti-Tuberculosis League's Clinic. The Little Frame Bungalow at 608 Bagby on the Bayou for years housed the Tuberculosis and headquarters. Movement to build it started soon after the Tuberculosis Association was founded, Nov. 11, 1911, but court suits sought to prohibit it as a neighborhood nuisance. The Tuberculosis fight won in court and the building was dedicated Dec. 31, 1913. Additions were made to the building in later years.

Bart Copeland

Photograph showing Bart Copeland who handled the Departement of Public Relation, which represents one of the most important phases of education for the general public as well as special groups.department. Houston,(Tex)

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