Howell & Thomas
Howell & Thomas was an American architectural partnership formed by Carl Howell and J. William Thomas in Columbus, Ohio and later Cleveland, Ohio, that designed many residences for wealthy clients between 1908 and 1930. The partners were classmates at University of Pennsylvania and first established their practice in Columbus, Ohio. They designed homes for the Euclid Golf subdivision along Fairmont Boulevard in Cleveland Heights, built on the site of John D. Rockefeller's once private course.
- Broad Street Apartments, 880–886 E. Broad St. Columbus, OH (Howell & Thomas), NRHP-listed
- Gannett Building, 55 Exchange St. Rochester, NY (Howell & Thomas), NRHP-listed
- Labold House and Gardens, 633 Fourth St. Portsmouth, OH (Howell & Thomas), NRHP-listed
- Saint Philip's Episcopal Church, 129 W. Mound St. Circleville, OH (Howell & Thomas), NRHP-listed
- Zanesville YWCA, 49 N. 6th St. Zanesville, OH (Howell & Thomas), NRHP-listed
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