Walter F. Brown Papers [microform], 1907-1950.

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Brown, Walter Folger, 1869-1961. Walter F. Brown Papers [microform], 1907-1950.

Walter F. Brown Papers [microform], 1907-1950.

Lawyer, railroad executive, politician, U.S. Postmaster General and Assistant Secretary of Commerce. Correspondence, newspaper clippings, speeches, press releases, and a report on the reorganization of the executive branch of the Government in 1923. The correspondence relates chiefly to Republican politics in Ohio and nationally. Includes correspondence (1938-43) with R.E. Eggleton, Paul M. Godehn, and Hainer Hinshaw, on the United Air Lines case concerning award of airmail contracts before the U.S. Court of Appeals.

1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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