The Brown Room

Named after the giant portrait of General Jacob Brown which hangs in the room. The Brown Room was the location of James LeRay's land office until it moved to its own building in LeRaysville. General Brown, best known for his crucial victories in the War of 1812, was also a close friend of the LeRay family and helped run their land development business. Most business meetings or other professional gatherings were conducted in this room. Today, this room is used in kind for lunch meetings, training seminars, and similar events. The Brown Room also hosts two rotating displays that are on loan from the Fort Drum and 10th Mountain Division Museum. In these displays, you can find artifacts and information relating to the history of the fort and of the division. 

The Brown Room
The Brown Room

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The Brown Room
The Brown Room

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The Brown Room Table
The Brown Room Table

The large table in the center of the Brown Room seats 10.

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The Brown Room
The Brown Room

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