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live stock exchange executive , commodities trader

Everett Chase Brown, American commodities trader, live stock exchange executive. Member Chicago Plan Commission President National Amateur Athletic Union, 1910-1911; member Executive Committee American Olympic Committee in charge of Olympic teams to London, 1908, Stockholm, 1912, Antwerp, 1920, Paris, 1924; Member Company C, 1st Infantry, Illinois National Guard; Mason (K.T.).

Background

Brown, Everett Chase was born on October 14, 1863 in Oneida, Illinois, United States. Son of Thomas and Emily (Ware) Brown.

Education

Public schools and business college. Bachelor of Laws, Chicago Evening College of Law (Lake Forest U.), 1892.

Career

William Westcott Block. Married second, Elizabeth Sawyer Dupee, December 1901 (died 1919). Married 3d, Agnes Jones, October 1, 1921.

1 son, Everett Thomas. Began in employ St. John & Brown, live stock commission merchants, Chicago, 1881. Later general manager Brown-St. John Commission Company.

Appointed member United States Live Stock Industry Committee, 1917. Chairman Price Control Committee of Live Stock, United States Food Administration, 1918-1919. President Chicago Live Stock Exchange, 1916-1920, 1923-1928.

President National Live Stock Exchange, 1918-1923.

Membership

Member Chicago Plan Commission President National Amateur Athletic Union, 1910-1911. Member Executive Committee American Olympic Committee in charge of Olympic teams to London, 1908, Stockholm, 1912, Antwerp, 1920, Paris, 1924. Member Company C, 1st Infantry, Illinois National Guard.

Mason (K.T.).

Connections

Married Minerva M. Miner, April.; married second, Elizabeth Sawyer Dupee, December 1901 (died 1919).

father:
Thomas Brown

mother:
Emily (Ware) Brown

spouses:
Elizabeth Sawyer Dupee

Minerva M. Miner