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Henry A Howe
Number of games in database: 2
Years covered: 1875 to 1940

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(born Jul-08-1815, died Feb-12-1900, 84 years old) United Kingdom (federation/nationality Canada)

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Professor Henry Aspinwall Howe held an LL D. (legum doctor) and won the 1877 Canadian championship. In 1884, he was the President of the Montreal chess club on 141 Mansfield Street and was a vice-president of the Canadian chess association.

Reference: Synopsis of Chess Openings - a Tabular Analysis, by William Cook and Joseph W. Miller

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. F X Lambert vs H Howe 1-0281875OttawaC39 King's Gambit Accepted
2. H Howe vs W Beers 1-0321940corr USAC33 King's Gambit Accepted
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Oct-20-14  ljfyffe: Montreal Gazette Feb. 13 1900 <He was an exception to most highly educated scholars in that his attaiments were varied. He excelled in classics as well as in mathematics and had a taste for the arts and for games of skill. He attained a high degree of perfection in drawing, was an accomplished musician, and was well known as a strong player of the royal game of chess.>
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  SkySports: If he died in 1900, how could he play a correspondence game in 1940? I guess the player of the 1940 game was not this Howe...
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