Charles John Brand

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Charles J. Brand circa 1913

Charles John Brand (October 24, 1879 – 1949) was Chief of the Bureau of Markets at the United States Department of Agriculture in Washington, DC.


In 1913 he was a physiologist in charge of the Farmers' Cooperative Cotton.[1] He resigned from the United States Department of Agriculture in 1925.[2] In 1933 he left his job at the National Fertilizer Association to act as co-administrator for the Agricultural Adjustment Administration for a four-month period.[3]



  1. ^ Yearbook of agriculture. United States Government Printing Office. 
  2. ^ "Brand Quits. Follows Other Wallace Officials in Leaving Agricultural Staff.". New York Times. June 14, 1925. Retrieved 2009-07-25. With the resignation today of Charles J. Brand, marketing specialist of the Department of Agriculture, another intimate adviser of the late Secretary ... 
  3. ^ "C. J. Brand Quits Farm Act Post. He Will Return to National Fertilizer Association, Which 'Lent' Him 4 Months Ago. Forcing Out is Denied. Wallace and Peek Express Regret at the Departure of Co-Administrator.". New York Times. September 19, 1933. Retrieved 2009-07-25. Charles J. Brand, co-administrator of the Agricultural Adjustment Administration since its establishment four months ago, has resigned that office effective Oct. 1. 
  4. ^ IPNI.  C.J.Brand.