William Bailey Howland

  • American

William Bailey Howland was the editor of The Outlook, publisher of The Independent and The Countryside Magazine, and president of the Independent Corporation.

Notable Position Organization From To
Publisher The Independent 1917

Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1914/00/00 William B Howland, publisher of the Independent and Outlook, buys the Zabriskie property as his country house. Howland begins to call the house Seven Chimneys, considering the eighth one on the little smokehouse too far away to be included. Home Seven Chimneys Westwood
1917/02/27 Arriving at his office at 119 W 40th St, seemingly in the best of health, William Howland dies suddenly from heart disease. He is buried in Kinderhook, New York. Died Lewisohn Building New York City
1917/03/02 Alton B Parker, Hamilton Holt, Dr Albert Shaw, the Marquis of Aberdeen, Clinton Roger Woodruff, Dr W H Short of the NY Peace Society, De Witt Warner and John A Stewart of the American Peace Centennial Committee pay tribute to Howland in 5 minute speeches. In Memoriam National Arts Club New York City
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