George W. Brown Papers
The George W. Brown Papers concern concussion of the brain, energy policy, motor vehicle accidents, and transportation policy in Iowa. Published articles and typescripts on concussion and transportation are by Brown, John J. O.
- Brown, George W. (Person)
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0.75 linear foot
Member of faculty, University of Iowa colleges of law and engineering. Transportation safety consultant.
Biographical / Historical
George Wallace Brown was born in Chicago, Illinois, May 28, 1917, and died in Frankfort, Michigan, July 18, 1986. His degrees were B.A., University of Iowa, 1940; M.S. (chemistry), 1942; and Ph.D. (physiology), 1952. Brown was a captain in the U.S. Army during World War II, taught anatomy and civil engineering at the University of Iowa, and was a transportation consultant.
Method of Acquisition
These papers were transferred to the University of Iowa Libraries after the death of Professor Brown in 1986. Processed by Earl M. Rogers in 1997. Guide posted to the Internet in 2000; updated January 2008.
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