Howard Wolf

Fellow: Awarded 1939

Field of Study: U.S. History

Fellow: Awarded 1940

Field of Study: U.S. History

Competition: US & Canada

Born: 08-03-1902

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1939–40:

WOLF, HOWARD:  Appointed for the writing of a history of American press associations; tenure, twelve months from April 1, 1939.

Born August 3, 1902, at Akron, Ohio.

Reporter, city editor, columnist, editorial writer, 1925–35, Akron Beacon Journal; associate editor and chief editorial writer, 1938—, Cleveland News.

Publications:  The World, the Flesh, and the Holy Ghost (poems, with Geraldine Wolf), 1933; Greener Pastures, 1936; Rubber: A Story of Glory and Greed (with Ralph Wolf), 1936. Contributor to A Round-Table in Poictesme, 1924; The Best News Stories of 1924, 1925. Articles, essays and poems in American Mercury, New English Weekly, American Spectator, New Republic, Forum, Purchasing, Anvil, Reading and Collecting, American Poetry Journal.