Albert A. Brown

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Albert A. Brown
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Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Hamilton East
In office
1935 – 1940
Preceded by Humphrey Mitchell
Succeeded by Thomas Hambly Ross
Personal details
Born July 29, 1895
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Died June 19, 1971
Nationality Canadian
Political party Conservative Party (1935-1940), National Government (1940)
Occupation barrister, lawyer, professional football player

Albert A. Brown (born July 29, 1895 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, died June 19, 1971) was a Canadian politician, barrister, lawyer and professional Canadian football player. He was elected to the Canadian House of Commons as a Member of the Conservative Party in the 1935 election to represent the riding of Hamilton East. He was a candidate in the 1940 election for the National Government, and lost the election.