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Published Biographical References

  • American Art Annual. v.21 (1924/25) "Who's Who In Architecture.", p. 414
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    Office: 205 South Juniper St., Philadelphia, PA

     
  • Morrone, Francis. An Architectural Guidebook to Philadelphia. Layton, UT: Gibbs Smith, 1999., p. 270
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  • AIA/T-Square Yearbook, p. 121, 1914
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  • AIA/T-Square Yearbook, p. 79, 1914
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  • Who's Who in Philadelphia. Philadelphia : Stafford's National News Service, 1920-1927. 3 v. , v. 2, p. 116, 1925
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    Office: 205 S. Juniper St., Phila.

     
  • Who's Who in Philadelphia. Philadelphia : Stafford's National News Service, 1920-1927. 3 v. , v. 3, p. 279, 1927
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  • AIA/T-Square Yearbook, 1931
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    Membership: T-Square Club, Member, President

     
  • AIA/T-Square Yearbook, 1931
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    Membership: Philadelphia Chapter, AIA, Member

     
  • Who's Who in Maryland, A Biographical Dictionary of Leading Living Men and Women of the States of Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and West Virginia.. Chicago, Marquis Company, 1939-?, p. 419, 1939
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    Office: 516 Bulletin Building, Philadelphia, PA

     
  • AIA/T-Square Yearbook, p. 137, 1956
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  • AIA/T-Square Yearbook, p. 8, 1969
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  • Howe, George. "Monuments, Memorials, and Modern Design - An Exchange of Letters." Magazine of Art 37 (October 1944): 32-42.
     
  • Howe. "Training for the Practice of Architecture." Perspecta 1 (Summer 1952): 2-5.
     
  • Howe. "What Is This Modern Architecture Trying to Express?" American Architect 137 (May 1930): 22-25, 106.
     
  • Howe. "Traditionalist Architecture and Integrated Building." Architectural Forum vol. 72, no. 4. 22.
     
  • MacMillan Encyclopedia of Architects. New York: Macmillan, 1982.
     
  • Noffsinger, James Philip. "The Influence of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts on the Architects of the United States." Ph.D., Catholic University, 1955.
     
  • Obituaries: Architectural Forum 102 (May 1955): 29; Interiors 114 (May 1955): 154, 164; New York Herald Tribune (18 April 1955)
     
  • Stern, Robt. A.M. George Howe: Toward a Modern American Architecture. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1975.
     
  • West, Helen Howe. George Howe, Architect: 1886-1955. Philadelphia: 1973.
     
  • Zevi, Bruno. "George Howe, An Aristocratic Architect." AIA Journal 24 (October 1955): 176-179.
     

Biographical Drawings, Photos, Papers, etc.

  • Portraits of members of the firm, Athenaeum of Philadelphia - Mellor, Meigs & Howe Collection
    Call Number: 080-P-066
    Quantity: 2 photographs
     
  • Letters to Violet Oakley from Various Architects, Athenaeum of Philadelphia - General Collection - Manuscripts
    Call Number: 001-M-002
    Quantity: 7 items
    Dates: 1922
     
  • Avery Architectural Library, Columbia University, New York, NY.
     
  • PSFS Archives, Hagley Museum and Eleutherian Mills, Delaware.
     
  • William Lescaze Papers, George Arents Research Library for Special Collections, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY.
     

 

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