HOWARD, MILO BARRETT, JR., 1933-1981

Biography:

Historian, archivist, teacher. Born– October 21, 1933, Montgomery. Parents– Milo Barrett and Mary Josepha (Key) Howard. Education– Auburn University, A.B., 1955, M.A. 1960. Served in the U.S. Army 1955-1957; employed by the Alabama State Department of Archives and History 1958-81,¬†director, 1967-81; taught at the University of Alabama, 1964-1968 and at Auburn University, 1968. Published articles in historical journals. Board of directors, Governor’s Mansion Advisory Board, Alabama Women’s Hall of Fame, Alabama Military Hall of Fame, and others; historiographer of the Episcopal Diocese of Alabama, 1969-1975. Honors– honorary D.H.L., Livingston University, 1978; Distinguished Service Award, Montgomery Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1967; Alabama Academy of Honor, 1971.¬† Died November 3, 1981.

Source:

Who’s Who in America, 1982; Grove’s Library of Alabama Lives; Alabama Academy of Honor website

Joint_Compiler:

The Minutes, Journals and Acts of the General Assembly of British West Florida. Tuscaloosa, Ala.; University of Alabama Press, 1978.

Joint_Translator:

Memoire Justificatif of the Chevalier Montant de Monberaut. Tuscaloosa, Ala.; University of Alabama Press, 1965.