Brooke Burnham

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Brooke Browning Burnham (born April 18, 1887; died March 4, 1962 in Birmingham) was an architect working in Birmingham from about 1910 until his death.

Burnham graduated from George Washington University in St Louis, Missouri in 1909 and spend a year working with Glenn Brown there before moving to Birmingham. He opened his own office in the Comer Building in 1917. In 1933, during the Great Depression, he went to work for the federal government. He returned to his own practice in 1936 and entered into a partnership of Burnham, Echols & Smith in June 1945.

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