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Robert Bradford Browne was a Coconut Grove architect noted for his distinctive designs of tropical homes and buildings.
Born in Jacksonville, Florida in 1922. He graduated from The University of Florida School of Architecture, and moved to Miami in 1952.
Browne served as chief architect and coordinator of the Inter-American Cultural Trade Center (Interama) project in the 1960s. He died in Miami in 1987.
Browne is listed in the AIA Historical Directory of American Architects (ahd1005515)
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Born in Jacksonville, he graduated from The University of Florida School of Architecture, and moved to Miami in 1952.
Browne served as chief architect and coordinator of the Inter-American Cultural Trade Center (Interama) project in the 1960s.
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Robert Bradford Browne architectural records, 1960-1965, History Miami Research Center 00/2008355
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