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Guide to Citadel Campus Names

Thomas Dry Howie Carillon

Thomas Dry Howie (1908-1944)

  • Citadel Class of 1929

Building

  • Completed 1954
  • Named Thomas Dry Howie Carillon in 1953

"On motion of Governor Byrnes, seconded by Col. Figg, the recommended inscription was approved as follows: -

This tower with carillon was made possible through the generosity of Charles E. Daniel, Class 1918 and R. Hugh Daniel, Class 1929, and at their request is dedicated to the memory of Thomas D. Howie "The Major of St. Lo" Class 1929 who gave his life on the battlefield of Normandy in the 2nd. World War 1944."

Citadel Board of Visitors meeting minutes, June 12, 1953

"The memory of the 'Major of St. Lo' will always be kept vitally alive in the splendid tribute paid him by his two friends through this gift to his Alma Mater."

Carillon dedication program, December 5, 1954

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Thomas Dry Howie Carillon, 1954