Harold L. Brown's Sixtieth Birthday Luncheon, New York, 1951 [graphic]
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Harold L. Brown's Sixtieth Birthday Luncheon, New York, 1951. Standard Flashlight Co. Inc., New York, photographer. Gelatin silver print, May 21, 1951. Image depicts a group of men in a banquet room at the Manhattan Club in New York City on the occasion of Harold L. Brown's 60th birthday. Brown was associated with Richmond Brothers, a Cleveland manufacturer of men's suits. He is the fourth man from the left at the table at the rear of the room (directly in front of the mirror). The men in the photo represent a number of textile manufacturing companies, including Pacific Mills, Botany Mills, J.P. Stevens & Co., etc. A complete list is found in the accession folder. 51 x 25.5 cm. (OCLC) Courtesy of American Textile History Museum, Lowell, MA
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Brown, Harold L
Gelatin silver prints
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