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The Annmary Brown Memorial is an art museum, library and mausoleum at Brown University. The museum was founded as an independent collection by General Rush Hawkins and his wife, Annmary Brown. The Hawkinses are interred in a crypt at the building. The building was constructed in 1903 by architect Norman Isham. Today, the museum features a wide array of art from around the world.

Facility open to the public:


Open to the public by:

Regular Hours

Offer facility rentals:


Site is ADA compliant:


Items in collection by type:

Archives | Armaments | Architectural renderings | Broadsides | Cartography | Ceramics | Clothing and dress | Diaries | Drawings | Dress accessories | Family papers | Family trees | Furniture | Genealogy | Historic buildings | Manuscripts | Medals | Metals | Military uniforms | Manuscripts | Oral history | Paintings | Photographs | Printed Ephemera | Prints | Sculpture | Textiles

Access to information:

Online catalogue | Through staff

Subject areas:

17th century | 18th century | 19th century | Architecture | Art | Brown family | Master painters | Rush Hawkins Civil War Collection


Geographic areas:

Europe | Providence | Rhode Island

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