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Howell, Evan P. (Evan Park)

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1839 - 1905

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Captain Evan P. Howell Civil War Letters

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.MSS169f
Scope and Content This collection contains transcriptions and photostats of two Civil War letters written in Atlanta, Georgia by Captain Evan P. Howell to his wife. The first letter, written on July 28, 1864, states that there is light fighting during the day and Yankee attacks on the city each night. He also informs her that one of his grandfather’s slaves has joined him and is now taking care of him. The next letter, written on August 4, 1864, discusses the heavy fire he is experiencing, his health, and the...
Dates: 1864

Evan P. Howell autograph book

 File
Identifier: ahc.MSS171f
Scope and Content This collection contains a book of autographs of men present at Evan P. Howell's barbeque birthday (barbecue birthday) on September 21, 1893, including the signatures of many prominent Atlantans.
Dates: 1893

Rosalie Howell papers

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.MSS119
Scope and Content The bulk of the materials in the Rosalie Howell papers document Howell's career as a Red Cross nurse during World War I and her subsequent world travel. Items include a scrapbook; correspondence with former patients; official Red Cross documents; clippings concerning her receipt of the Croix de Guerre from the French government; and travel books, postcards, and ephemera (primarily from the United Kingdom). The collection has material about, or created by, other members of the Howell family;...
Dates: 1880-1970, undated

Rosalie Howell photographs

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.VIS335
Scope and Content This collection contains images of the residence of Judge Clark Howell (Rosalie Howell's grandfather) and the Howell family. Also included are photographs of the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation and the Evan Park Howell School in Atlanta, Georgia. Of special note are images of the graveside and floral designs from Clark Howell's funeral at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta.
Dates: approximately 1868-1954