THOMAS ALLEN HOWARD has been prominently identified with the business interests of Seeley since October, 1914.
Mr. Howard was born in Nashville, Tennessee, February 27, 1872, son of James and lizebie (McDonald) Howard. His
father was a prominent farmer of his locality and was largely identified with the mule brokerage business of that
state. The family dates back to Revolutionary stock and were prominent in various ways in the South. Thomas A.
received his education in the public schools of McKinney, Texas, where his parents removed when Thomas was young.
At an early age he assisted his father on the home ranch for a few years. He eventually came west and located in
San Diego, California. He followed various vocations while there and in 1899 Mr. Howard went in the mountains,
raising cattle in partnership with Adolph Levi until 1904. Mr. Howard then became identified with his brother,
J. A. Howard, in the same business. This copartnership continued until 1910, Mr. Howard remaining in the mountains
all the time. October 1, 1914, he engaged in the meat business in Seeley, with William Kuntler. The firm own their
own modern building and the latest and most improved machinery was installed. Mr. Howard with his brother owns
a small ranch near Seeley. Politically Mr. Howard is a Democrat, but has never aspired for office. He was married
in Phoenix, Arizona, December 17, 1914, to Miss Rhoda Pittman of Danville, Kentucky. To Mr. and Mrs. Howard was
born one daughter, Katherine, born December 4, 1915.
The History of Imperial County, California
Edited by: F. C. Farr
Elms and Franks, Publishers
Berkley, California 1918
Imperial County, CA
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