Harold Brown

Harold Brown may refer to:

*Harold Brown (Tuskegee Airman) (born 1924), retired U.S. Air Force officer and Tuskegee Airmen fighter pilot, World War II prisoner of war (POW) *Harry Brown (journalist) (Harold Andrew Brown, 1930–2002), Canadian radio and television host *Harold K. Brown (born 1934), San Diego civil rights activist *Harold L. Brown (born 1946), Pennsylvania politician *Harold P. Brown (1857–1932), inventor, anti-alternating current activist *Harold Brown (basketball) (1923–1980), basketball player *Harold Brown (Secretary of Defense) (1927–2019), American physicist, U.S. Secretary of Defense *Harold Ray Brown (born 1946), member of the 1970s band War *Harold Brown (athlete) (1917–2002), Canadian athlete *Harold Brown (footballer) (1878–1940), Australian rules footballer for Essendon and St Kilda *Harold Brown (gymnast) (born 1904), British Olympic gymnast *Harold Brown (Rhode Island financier) (1863–1900), American financier, philanthropist, and prominent member of New York society *Harold Brown (ice hockey) (1920–1997), Canadian ice hockey right winger *Harold Brown (film preservationist) (1919–2008), pioneer in the science of film preservation *Harold Brown (Royal Navy officer) (1878–1968), engineer with the Royal Navy *Harold Brown, main character in ''Harry Brown'' Provided by Wikipedia
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by Brown, Harold, 1927-
Published 1984
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by Brown, Harold, 1927-
Published 1983