Alexander Porter Browne and Benjamin Robbins Curtis

 

The inscription under this tintype identifies this as a photograph as “Brown”, and is most likely Alexander Porter Browne who attended St. Paul’s School from 1866 to 1872 and is a member of the Form of 1871.

His obituary, published in the Boston Globe on July 8, 1920 (pg. 3) says:

Mr. Browne was one of the foremost American counsels on copyrights, patents and trademarks and had represented noted authors and foreign interests in his long legal practice.

His father, Causten Browne, was also a lawyer.  Alexander graduated from Harvard Law School in 1876.

Benjamin Robbins Curtis (right) attended St. Paul’s School from 1868 to 1871 and is a member of the Form of 1871.



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