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Howard Myers

Howard Myers, American publisher, editor. Award Jury, Beaux-Arts Institute of Design (dir. Member American Design Award Jury, Beaux-Arts Institute of Design (director), Architectural League of New York.

Background

  • Myers, Howard was born on November 4, 1894 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Martin and Clara (Rau) Myers.

  • Education

    • Educated New York University, 1913-1914. New York School Fine and Applied Arts, 1914-1915.

    Career

    • With Conde Nast Publs., 1915. Manager housing department, National Lead Company, 1915-1919. Vice president, The Architectural Forum, 1919-1925, president, 1925-1929.

      President National Trade Jours., 1929-1930. Public and editor, The Architectural Forum since 1930. Director Citizens’ Housing Council.

      Chairman architectural advising committee Federal Public Housing Authority. Governor New York Building Congress. Director National Public Housing Conference.

    Membership

    Member American Design Award Jury, Beaux-Arts Institute of Design (director), Architectural League of New York. Clubs: Manhattan (New York), Tavern (Chicago).

    Connections

    • Married Louise Weigand, January 4, 1917. Children: Barbara King, Howard, Mary.
    • father: Martin Myers
    • mother: Clara (Rau) Myers
    • spouse: Louise Weigand
    • children: Barbara King Myers
    • Howard Myers
    • Mary Myers
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    Born November 4, 1894
    Died September 18, 1947
    (aged 52)
    Nationality

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