Bronze Medal Collectable Honors First African American Senator Edward William Brooke III

February 2013
Chicago Citizen - Hyde Park Edition;2/20/2013, Vol. 24 Issue 13, p4
The article reports that first African American Senator Edward William Brooke III has been awarded with the Bronze Medal Collectable, a bronze duplicate of the Congressional Gold Medal, by the U.S. Mint.


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