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'''Coleman J. Hudson''' (born c. [[1894]] in Goldsboro, North Carolina; died [[November 25]], [[1956]] in Alexandria, Louisiana) was manager of the [[Tutwiler Hotel]] in the 1920s and 1930s.
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'''Coleman J. Hudson Sr''' (born [[September 5]], [[1894]] in Goldsboro, North Carolina; died [[November 25]], [[1956]] in Alexandria, Louisiana) was manager of the [[Tutwiler Hotel]] in the 1920s and 1930s.
  
Hudson had served as assistant manager of the St. Charles hotel in New Orleans before coming to [[Birmingham]]. He remained manager through the change in ownership to the Dinkler hotel chain. He left in [[1937]] and took over management of the Bentley Hotel in Alexandria, Louisiana. He died there at age 62 and was survived by his wife, son and daughter.
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Hudson had served as assistant manager of the St. Charles hotel in New Orleans before coming to [[Birmingham]]. He remained manager through the change in ownership to the Dinkler hotel chain. He left in [[1937]] and took over management of the Bentley Hotel in Alexandria, Louisiana. He died there at age 62 and was survived by his wife, son and daughter. He is buried at Greenwood Cemetery in Pinewood, Louisiana.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 08:31, 23 May 2016

Coleman J. Hudson Sr (born September 5, 1894 in Goldsboro, North Carolina; died November 25, 1956 in Alexandria, Louisiana) was manager of the Tutwiler Hotel in the 1920s and 1930s.

Hudson had served as assistant manager of the St. Charles hotel in New Orleans before coming to Birmingham. He remained manager through the change in ownership to the Dinkler hotel chain. He left in 1937 and took over management of the Bentley Hotel in Alexandria, Louisiana. He died there at age 62 and was survived by his wife, son and daughter. He is buried at Greenwood Cemetery in Pinewood, Louisiana.

References

  • "Coleman Hudson Dies Alexandria" [sic] (November 27, 1956) United Press/The Monroe News-Star