Definition of Howard Lindsay
1. Noun. United States playwright who collaborated with Russel Crouse on several musicals (1889-1931).
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Literary usage of Howard Lindsay
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Visitation of England and Walesby Joseph Jackson Howard, Frederick Arthur Crisp, College of Arms (Great Britain) by Joseph Jackson Howard, Frederick Arthur Crisp, College of Arms (Great Britain) (1906)
"His sons James Howard and Francis Howard Lindsay are Captains in the London Scottish Volunteer ... James Howard Lindsay married at Holy Trinity, Keith, со. ..."
2. Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1902)
"... who had obtained two steps during the war; Captain Michael William Howard Lindsay (born 1872, s. of Mr. William Alexander Lindsay, KC, Windsor Herald), ..."
3. Entertaining the American Army: The American Stage and Lyceum in the World War by James William Evans, Gardner Ludwig Harding, Neysa McMein, Anita Parkhurst, Ethel Rundquist (1921)
"The production and staging of the weekly plays of this company were under the direction of Corporal Howard Lindsay, who before the War was ..."
4. The Best Plays by Burns Mantle, Louis Kronenberger (1899)
""Gratefully Yours," a revue by Peter Jackson with sketches contributed by John Van Druten, Herbert Farjeon, Harold Rome, Patricia Collinge, Howard Lindsay ..."