|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Collection||Chattanooga Times File Collection|
Series of five photographs of William G. Brown, Jr. at various times during his life.
a) Studio portrait of young man, wearing a dark suit, white shirt, and dark striped tie. He has light colored hair that is long in front. Stamped on the back: Forstner Studios.
b) Studio portrait of a young man. It's similar to "a" but he's a little older and has shorter hair. Stamped on back: Forstner Studios.
c) Color photo of young middle-aged man, wearing a light brown suit, white shirt, and brown plaid tie. His hairline is receding and he is wearing oval tortoise shell glasses. Stamped on back: Sept. 81.
d) Studio portrait of young middle-aged man wearing a herringbone suit, white shirt, and dark tie. His hairline is receding and he is wearing oval tortoise shell glasses. Handwritten on back: 8-22-83.
e) Studio portrait of middle-aged man wearing a dark suit, white shirt, and light colored patterned tie. His hairline is receding and he is wearing oval tortoise shell glasses.
William J. Brown, Jr. is a Cleveland, TN attorney and heads up the law firm William J. Brown & Associates. He served in the U.S. Army Reserves. Mr. Brown spent 10 years as an Assistant District Attorney. He argued and won the landmark ADA civil rights case of Tennessee v. Lane before the Supreme Court of the United States, 2004.
|Studio||a,b) Forstner Studios|
a,b) 5.00" x 4.00"
c) 3.75" x 3.25"
d) 4.75" x 3.75"
e) 7.00" x 5.00"