|From||United States of America|
|Birth||14 August 1890|
Howard C. Lawrence (born August 14, 1890, date of death unknown) was an American politician from the U.S. state of Michigan.
Lawrence was born in Sebewa Township, Michigan in Ionia County, the son of Cyrus S. Lawrence and Margaret (Neidhardt) Lawrence. He resided in Ionia, Saginaw and Grand Rapids. Lawrence married Clara Louise Luther on May 1, 1913.
Lawrence was a banker and a business partner and executive secretary to Governor of Michigan, Fred W. Green. He was Chairman of the Michigan Republican Party from 1929-37. He also served as State Treasurer of Michigan, 1931–32 and was defeated in 1932 for re-election. He was a delegate (alternate) from Michigan to the 1936 Republican National Convention which nominated Alf Landon for U.S. President, and the 1940 convention which nominated Wendell Willkie, both of whom lost to Franklin D. Roosevelt.
He was a Protestant and a member of the Freemasons, Elks and Rotary.