Julius L. Brown

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Julius L. Brown
Julius L. Brown
Julius L. Brown residence on Washington Street, 1881

Julius L. Brown (Canton, Georgia 1848 - Atlanta 1910) was a prominent Atlanta, Georgia attorney, co-incorporator of the Metropolitan Street Railroad, and brother of Georgia governor and senator Joseph E. Brown. His residence was in the Washington-Rawson neighborhood, now demolished.

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