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Herbert B. Brougham


Centurion, 1916–1946

Full Name Herbert Bruce Brougham

Born 23 September 1878 in Owego, New York

Died 18 April 1946 in Washington, District of Columbia

Proposed by Dickinson Sergeant Miller and Edward Cary

Elected 6 May 1916 at age thirty-seven

Century Memorial

Herbert Bruce Brougham. [Born] 1878. Newspaperman.

For fourteen years with the New York Times, first as secretary to the Editor-in-Chief, Centurion Charles R. Miller, then as an editorial writer; editor of Current History; Washington correspondent of the Philadelphia Public Ledger; head of a government labor mission to Europe; adviser to the Civilian Production Administration. He was an able and scholarly journalist in the fields of economics and politics—a Centurion for thirty years of his distinguished life.

Source: Henry Allen Moe Papers, Mss.B.M722. Reproduced by permission of American Philosophical Society Library & Museum, Philadelphia

Henry Allen Moe
Henry Allen Moe Papers, 1946 Memorials