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) was a Canadian politician, barrister, lawyer and professional Canadian football player. He was elected to the House of Commons of Canada 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 Parliament of Canada, and lost the election.

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