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Relationships of Howland, Edward

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Clapp, Henry Jr. (1814-1875)

Howland succeeded Clapp as editor of the Saturday Press.

Howland Henry Clapp in the summer of 1858 and soon joined him in setting up the New York Saturday Press. Howland was in charge of the business side of the publication.

According to Winter, Clapp began the Saturday Press with Howland.


The Bees

The Press was started by Howland and Clapp in 1858 (137). Howland is also listed as a "friendly contributor" who would provide articled for nothing.