|Creator:||Howell, Clark, 1863-1936|
|Creator:||Howell, Harriet Barrett|
|Title:||Clark Howell family papers|
|Quantity:||1.6 Linear feet (4 document boxes, 1 oversize folder A)|
|Abstract:||The collection consists of papers of Clark Howell and the Howell family of Atlanta, Georgia from 1873-1946. The papers include mainly correspondence but also contain clippings, photographs, and speeches. The correspondence (1882-1946) consists of personal letters between Howell and Harriet G. Barrett (Howell) as well as business correspondence pertaining to Howell's editorials and management of the Atlanta Constitution, Georgia and U.S. politics, the 1905 Georgia gubernatorial race, the Democratic Party, and World War I. Correspondents include Alexander S. Clay and David B. Hill. The collection also includes correspondence to Clark Howell, Jr. pertaining to World War II and materials relating to the estate of Evan P. Howell, Clark Howell's father.|
Clark Howell (1863-1936), journalist, politician, and owner of the Atlanta Constitution. Married Harriet G. Barrett in 1887, children included Clark Howell, Jr.
For more information, see the article "Clark Howell (1863-1936)" in the New Georgia Encyclopedia.
Arranged by record type into 2 series: Series 1. Correspondence and Series 2. Print material, writings, and photographs.
Cataloged as part of the Georgia Archives and Manuscripts Automated Access Project: A Special Collections Gateway Program of the University Center in Georgia.
Clark Howell family papers, MS 818. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries.