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Mary Cogan Bromage (1906–1995)

Author of De Valera and the march of a nation

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Mary Cogan Bromage (née Cogan) was an author of monographs on Irish history and on the topic of written communication. She was a lecturer in the University of Michigan Department of English and a professor of written communication in the University of Michigan School of Business Administration. She married Arthur Watson Bromage, a Professor of Political Science and Public Policy at the University of Michigan.
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