John Crosby Brown

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John Crosby Brown

John Crosby Brown (1838 – June 25, 1909) was a partner in the investment bank Brown Bros. & Co., which was founded by his father James Brown and his uncles, the sons of Alexander Brown of Baltimore. He married Mary E. Adams in 1864, the daughter of John Adams (educator). He died on June 25, 1909, in Orange Mountain House, New Jersey.[1]

Some records of John Crosby Brown are included in the Brown Brothers Harriman Collection, which is housed in New-York Historical Society's manuscript collection.

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  1. ^ "John Crosby Brown Dead. Senior Member of Banking Firm-London House in Existence a Century" (PDF). New York Times. June 26, 1909. Retrieved 2009-08-17.

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