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Albert Oscar Brown, American governor., lawyer. member successively, Burnham & Brown, Burnham, Brown & Warren, and Burnham, Brown, Jones & Warren; member N.H. General Court, 1925-1926; member N.H. Committee of 100 on Public Safety.

Background

Brown, Albert Oscar was born on July 18, 1852 in Northwood, New Hampshire, United States. Son of Charles Osgood and Elizabeth (Langmaid) Brown.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Dartmouth College, 1878, A.M., 1911. Bachelor of Laws, Boston University Law School, 1884. Doctor of Laws, University of N.H., 1922.

Career

Admitted to N.H. bar, 1884. Practiced Manchester, 1884-1912. Member successively, Burnham & Brown, Burnham, Brown & Warren, and Burnham, Brown, Jones & Warren.

Special counsel for N.H. in railroad tax appeals in Superior Court, 1910-1911. President Amoskeag Savings Bank, 1905-1912 and since 1931, treasurer and secretary, 1912-1931. Director Amoskeag National Bank, Public Service Company of N.H., N.H. Fire Insurance Company.

Clerk John B. Varick Company Chairman N.H. Tax Commission, 1911-1921. President N.H. Constitutional Convention, 1918-1921. Governor of N.H., term, 1921-1923.

Member N.H. General Court, 1925-1926. Member N.H. Committee of 100 on Public Safety. V. chairman Manchester War Savings Committee.

President N.H. Bankers’ Association, 1922. Delaware at large Republican National Convention, 1924. Trustee Dartmouth College, 1911-1931.

Trustee Coe’s Northwood Academy (president of the board).

Membership

Member successively, Burnham & Brown, Burnham, Brown & Warren, and Burnham, Brown, Jones & Warren. Member N.H. General Court, 1925-1926. Member N.H. Committee of 100 on Public Safety.

Connections

Married Susie J. Clarke, December 20, 1888.

father:
Charles Osgood Brown

mother:
Elizabeth (Langmaid) Brown

spouse:
Susie J. Clarke