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Gus Tyre Brown

Gus Brown
Full Name: Gus Tyre "Pinky" Brown, Jr.
Birth date: December 2, 1923
Death date: September 30, 2005

Terms of Service

  • House, 52nd (1) Legislature
    1/9/1951 - 1/7/1952
    Democrat
(1) Brown resigned 1/7/1952. Members of the Texas Congress 1836-1845; Members of the Texas Legislature 1846-2004 2005.

Biographical Notes and Resources

Selected Newspaper articles

Photographs

Other Resources

  • Texas National Guard, Second Lieutenant, 36th Division; "While serving as an aerial engineer on a B-17 during World War II, his plane was shot down over Yugoslavia . . . He earned two Air Medals and the Purple Heart during his three and a half years of active duty." "Call to Armed Services Faces Dozen in Texas Legislature," 1/14/1951. Dallas Morning News .
  • Gus Tyre "Pinkey" Brown, birth date 12/2/1923, death date 9/30/2005, interment in Luling City Cemetery, Luling, Caldwell County. Find a Grave .
  • United States Army Air Forces, Staff Sergeant, World War II. Gus Tyre "Pinkey" Brown. Find a Grave .
  • United States Army Air Forces, Staff Sergeant, World War II. Photo and transcript of Staff Sergeant Gus T. Brown's testimony on being shot down in the former Yugoslavia, "The Testimony of Staff Sergeant Gus T. Brown, first American Airman to meet General Mihailovich, before the Commission of Inquiry, New York, May 1946," posted 3/8/2009. General Draza Mihailovich: Unsung World War Two Hero .
  • Obituary, 10/2/2005. San Antonio Express-News .
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