Clarence J. Brown Edit Profile
Student Washington, Lee University Law Schools, 1913-1915. Doctor of Laws, Wilmington College.
State statistician of Ohio, 1915. Purchased first newspaper, 1917. Continued in public business from that date.
President The Brown Publishing Company. Lieutenant governor of Ohio, 1919-1923. Secretary of state of Ohio, 1927-1933.
Nominee of Republican Party for governor of Ohio, 1934. Delegate from Ohio to various Republican National conventions. Member of the United States House of Representatives, 76th-89th congresses, 7th Ohio District.
Ranking member House Rules Committee, Republican Policy Comm. Hoover Communications Organization of Executive Branch of Government.
Church should be engaged in public policy debates and participate actively in consultations with government.
Different kinds of small groups inside the overall Methodist movement should be encouraged to developed, so that both leaders and members of the societies could receive support and challenge in their faith.
Member of the United States House of Representatives, 76th-89th congresses, 7th Ohio District. Ranking; Member Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Delta Chi. Mason (33*), Elk, Eagle, Junior Order United American Mechanics.
Clubs: Rotary, National Exchange, Capital Hill, Congressional Country, National Press.
Married Ethel McKinney, July 15, 1916. Children: Betty Jean, Dorothy Lucille, Clarence J. Appointed.