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Harry Franklin Brownell

Harry Franklin Brownell, manufacturing executive, oil industry executive. member of the board of trustees of Children’s Home Society of South Dakot State director Four-Minute Men, World War; Mason (32°,Kiloton, Past Potentate El Riad Temple Shrine), Elk. Candidate for United States Senate, 1932.

Background

  • Brownell, Harry Franklin was born on November 22, 1882 in Black River Falls, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Edwin Martin and Henrietta Bryant (Randles) Brownell.

  • Education

    • Education high school and under tutors of University of Wisconsin.

    Career

    • 1 son, Robert Jewett. Settled at Sioux Falls, South Dakot, as state agent for Burroughs Adding Machine Company, 1907. Later in oil business.

      Officer and member of the board of directors various corporations. Member South Dakot Senate, 1923-1924. Active in campaigns for highway improvements.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Member of the board of trustees of Children’s Home Society of South Dakot State director Four-Minute Men, World War. Mason (32°,Kiloton, Past Potentate El Riad Temple Shrine), Elk. Candidate for United States Senate, 1932.

    Connections

    • Married Elizabeth Jewett Woodford, November 1, 1911.
    • father: Edwin Martin Brownell
    • mother: Henrietta Bryant (Randles) Brownell
    • spouse: Elizabeth Jewett Woodford
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    Died January 7, 1940
    (aged 57)
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