Howe, George

Howe, George

(1886–1955) architect; born in Worcester, Mass. He graduated from Harvard and the École des Beaux-Arts, Paris. At first designing fashionable arts and crafts-inspired houses with Mellor and Meigs, Philadelphia, in 1928 he reevaluated his work and in partnership with William Lescaze (1929–34) introduced the International Style to America in such buildings as the Philadelphia Savings Fund Society Building (1929–32), Philadelphia. Howe further promoted modernism by sponsoring the journals T-Square and Shelter.

Howe, George

(1886–1973)
American architect; trained at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris but abandoned the style in favor of modernism. With William Lescaze, he designed the Philadelphia Saving Fund Society office building, the paradigm of an International Modernist skyscraper. He later joined Louis Kahn, and in 1950 he became chair of the Department of Architecture at Yale University.
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The away side were unable to back up their first-half performance as South upped the ante and scored five more tries, with Will Cave, Blane Howe, George Bord and Connor Smith all going over.
Above - Bill Northey, Jackie Ormesby and Arnold Thwaites; Next row: Kenny Bell, Margaret Howe, George Bell, Ann Walton and John Bell; At the front are Olive Thwaites, holding Terry Thwaites, Marjorie Walton and Sylvia Bell, Gloria Northey, Doreen Peters, Norma Parks and Ronnie Lister, Billy Bell, Brian Bell, Beryl Thwaites, Jimmy Blake and the little girl right at the front Brenda Blake ?
In recent times Dave Van Howe, George Riedl and Steve Lubin have each been recognized within the industry for their strong merchandising skills, though with the retailer's re-engineering they have seen their priorities reordered and their assignments changed.
Dolan recalled: "The first game I ever played for him - and I had played under top managers like Don Howe, George Graham, Liam Tuohy and Jack Charlton - convinced me of his quality.
A small MTT-S group consisting of Staecker, Ted Saad, Harlan Howe, George Jerinic, and Roger Sudbury, met to discuss actions that could be taken to develop this theme.