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[A Tennis Club]  Front Elevation  <I>AIA/T-Square Yearbook</I>, 
				p. 94-95 
					(1904)
[A Tennis Club]
Front Elevation
AIA/T-Square Yearbook, p. 94-95 (1904)
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Born: 1879, Died: 6/17/1930

Carl E. Howell was born in Columbus, OH, and after attending Ohio State University and the Columbus Art School, moved to Philadelphia and received his B.S. in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania in 1905. In that year he also won the Stewardson Scholarship for his design for "A Monument Commemorative of the Independence of Cuba", enabling him to travel abroad; and when he returned, he and Leicester B. Holland established Howell & Holland, with offices at 712 Walnut Street. Howell soon returned to Ohio, however, where in 1908 he and J. W. Thomas established the partnership of Howell & Thomas with a Columbus office.

Howell joined the AIA in 1911.

Written by Sandra L. Tatman.

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  • University of Pennsylvania

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