Lola A. Cullum
Music Scout, Manager
Date of Birth: January 24, 1896 Weimar, TX
Date of Death: April 4, 1970 Houston, TX
Place of Burial: Paradise North Cemetery
10401 W. Montgomery Road
Houston, TX 77088
Has Marker: Unknown
Grave Location: Unknown
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