Dr. A. M. Brown House

Dr. A. M. Brown House

The Dr. A.M. Brown House is a house in Birmingham, Alabama, built circa 1908. It was designed by Wallace A. Rayfield, one of the first African-American architects in Alabama for Dr. Arthur McKinnon Brown, one of the first African-American physicians in Birmingham.

The Brown House was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on June 20, 1974.