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Howell, Clarence S., Jr., 1925-1985



  • Existence: 1925-1985

Biographical Note

Clarence S. "Red" Howell, Jr. (1925-1985) was a Boeing Company project manager, circa 1960s-1980s.

Clarence S. "Red" Howell, Jr. was born on May 6, 1925 to Clarence and Fidelia (Haggerty) Howell in Succasunna, New Jersey. He attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. By the mid-1960s, he was residing in Washington state. Howell worked for the Boeing Company as a manager on various projects, including the Boeing SST, the B-2 and the YC-14, circa 1960s-1980s. Prior to his work at Boeing, Howell worked at Curtiss-Wright Corporation, Propeller Division and Goodyear Aircraft Company.

Howell was married to Marian Oliver (1927-1962). After her death, he married his second wife, Barbara Hallgren, on March 19, 1965. Howell died on June 7, 1985 in the Seattle, Washington area.

Biography derived from donor information and records on

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Clarence S. Howell Collection of Boeing SST Posters

Identifier: 2021-06-15
Contents of the Collection The Clarence S. Howell Collection of Boeing SST Posters is comprised of five motivational screen prints and one cutaway poster all pertaining to the Boeing 2707 SST. Howell collected the items when he worked as a project manager at the Boeing Company, circa 1960s. Bold colors and wordplay slogans are present on each. Most have minor damage visible to the corners where they were hung, evidencing their use as motivational office art.The first screen print is also the smallest at...

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