George P. Brown Papers
Identifier: MSS 0060
Scope and Contents
The George P. Brown Papers contains one box of 19th and early 20th century correspondence, clippings, and photographs.
Most of this collection is open for research. However, due to their fragility, access to the photographs is restricted.
Permission to publish or reproduce materials from the George P. Brown Papers must be obtained from the Houston Metropolitan Research Center or the appropriate copyright holder.
George P. Brown was a prominent Houston businessman who served as secretary of the Houston Business League, the predecessor of the Houston Chamber of Commerce. Brown was also socially active and became president of the Not-su-oh Association in 1909. George P. Brown died in 1913.
0.5 Linear Feet (1 document box)
Language of Materials
The George P. Brown Papers contains one box with materials arranged by type.
Donated by Cleve Brown, August 16, 1977.
Processed by Laura Speck, May 15, 1979.
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Part of the Houston Metropolitan Research Center Repository