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Name: Carl Howell

Birth/Established: 1879   Death/Dissolved: June 17, 1930

 


Biography:  
  Carl Howell was born in Columbus. He attended Ohio State University and graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Architecture in 1905. He won the Stewardson Scholarship for his design for "A Monument Commemorative of the Independence of Cuba" in 1905. He formed a partnership with Leicester Holland, known as Howell & Holland with offices at 712 Walnut Street in Philadelphia. He died on a vacation in Monrovia, California. He was buried in Columbus. 

 

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Campen, Richard Distinguished Homes of Shaker Heights 1992

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