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1861--Dwight Braman--1929
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Dwight Braman founded the Allied Patriotic Societies in 1920
with the intention of devoting his remaining years
to the service of his country.

The Allied Patriotic Societies 
represented 49 different patriotic organizations.

He was a desendant of Admiral Penn, father of William Penn.

For many years he was a railroad engineer with projects
in many parts of the country including Alaska.

During the Spanish American War he joined the First Cadets Corps
of Massachusetts and offered to raise and equip a cavarlry regiment.

In addition he gave his yacht the Fredonia to the government
as a Lighthouse tender.

At one time he was President of the San Diego Land & Town Company,
a director of the Boston Water Power Company,
and reciever for the St Louis Kansas City Railroad.

He was a member of the New York Stock Exchange for 36 years.

In 1927 he donated the 35 State Flag Day Proclamations
to the Library of Congress.

In 1928 he came up with a plan to reclaim the Sahara Desert.


Executive File
282
1861--Dwight Braman--1929
Letters to the President
Library of Congress
Executive File
282



"Our Flag"
By Fred Tripp-1940
Beloit, WI



Dwight Braman
Founder-President
Allied Patriotic Societies
1861-1929

"Our Flag"
By Fred Tripp-1940
Beloit, WI
Executive File
282
1927-Letters to Calvin Coolidge-1927
30th President of the United States
Executive File
282
# DATE FROM CITY STATE ORG TO DETAILS VIEW
1-1 May 28 1924 Dwight Braman New York NY APS The President Cover to Julius Hyman Ltr Click
1-2 May 28, 1924 Julius Hyman New York NY APS The President Request FD Proclamation Click
1-3 May  28, 1924 Julius Hyman New York NY APS The President Flags on Election Day Click
1-4 May 29, 1924 Sec to President Washington DC The White House Dwight Braman Ltr Received-Will Forward Click
1-5 June 9, 1924 Julius Hyman New York NY APS Sec to President Re: Flag Day Proclamation Click
1-6 June 10, 1924 Sec to President Washington DC The White House Julius Hyman Ltr Received Will Forward Click
1-7 June 10, 1924 Dwight Braman New York NY APS The President Update on FD Ceremonies Click
1-8 June 11, 1924 Sec to President Washington DC The White House Dwight Braman Thanks Will Forward Click
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2-1 May 20, 1925 Dwight Braman New York NY APS The President Requests FD Proclamation Click
2-1 June 1, 1925 Sec to President Washington DC The White House Dwight Braman No Authority for FD Proc. Click
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3-1 June 1, 1926 Dwight Braman New York NY APS The President Requests FD Radio Message Click
3-2 June 3, 1926 Sec to President Washington DC The White House Dwight Braman Thanks But Not Possible Click
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4-1 May 4, 1927 Dwight Braman New York NY APS The President Requests FD Proc & Speech Click
4-2 May 6, 1927 Sec to President Washington DC The White House Dwight Braman Tks-No-See FD Statement Click
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