Robert E. Howard Museum
Front gate of Howard Museum
|Location||Jct Fourth St (|
Robert E. Howard House
National Register plaque
|Added to NRHP||August 19, 1994|
The Robert E. Howard Museum is located at the junction of
The T-shaped white frame home was built c.1919, by Mr. and Mrs. J.M.Coffman. Dr. Isaac M. Howard and his wife Hester Ervin Howard bought it shortly thereafter. Their son Robert was a teenager when they moved into the home. A bathroom and rear porch were added by Dr. Howard. Robert E. Howard committed suicide in his car in the driveway of the house in 1936. His father sold the house in 1944 to Mrs. Nancy Elizabeth Grisham.