Edwin H. Brown and family papers, 1866-1960.


Edwin H. Brown and family papers, 1866-1960.

Correspondence and related papers, reports and other business records, legal and financial documents, diaries, scrapbook contents, and photograph albums documenting the life of a Minneapolis architect and engineer and of various members of the related Brown, Hall, and Christian families.

2.5 cu. ft. (3 boxes, including 15 v., and 1 oversize folder, unboxed); 1 microfilm reel.


SNAC Resource ID: 7314803

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