• 1 William Ford Howland

    William Ford Howland was born in West Toronto and studied and trained at the firms Langley & Burke and Burke & Horwood. Howland also received experience in the architectural field in New York City. He returned to Toronto in 1904 and was involved in the process of reconstruction after the major fire that year, which destroyed much of the city’s downtown core. He and Charles Edward Langley (1870-1951) – son of Henry Langley – established the firm of Langley & Howland in 1907, after the death of Henry Langley. Langley & Howland continued until 1941, when the partners retired. Howland designed St. Anne’s Anglican (Toronto, 1908) in the Byzantine Revival style, a design and choice of style that is unique in Anglican church architecture in Canada.

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