Robert Montgomery Brown was born in Philadelphia and received his A.B. from Princeton University in 1930, followed by a B.Arch from New York University in 1933. From 1933 to 1936 he was self-employed as a designer and builder, but in 1936 he entered the firm of Douglas G. Braik. After several years spent operating on his own, Brown joined George Howe as an associate in 1946 and continued in tha arrangement until Howe's death in 1955. He was associated with Howe on the design of the Evening Bulletin Publishing Plant in Philadelphia (1955), but by 1960 was working with Lyle F. Boulware in Boulware & Brown.
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