David A. Brown Papers. 1894-1959. 1930-1936.

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David A. Brown Papers., 1894-1959., 1930-1936.

David A. Brown Papers. 1894-1959. 1930-1936.

The David A. Brown Papers contain correspondence, newsclippings, editorials, and miscellaneous items which pertain to the activities and interests of a Detroit, Michigan and New York City businessman and philanthropist. Of special significance is the information on China, Russia, , and Jewish philanthropy. The American Hebrew

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