Contains 9 Results:
Contains newpaper clippings having to do with the Ogden Junior Chamber of Commerce as well as copies of The Digest: Official Organ of the Ogden Junior Chamber of Commerce Published Monthy which include news from within the organization and exerpts from the organization's constitution and by-laws, undated.
Contains papers in connection with Bowman's retirement, including Bowman's retirement speech, public announcements about his retirement, magazines containing information about retirement including a copy of Better Tomorrows, edited by Bowman, and then Bowman's obituary, undated.
Contains newspaper clippings concerning sports activities at Utah State Agricultural College, a Commencement program, notes for a speech Bowman gave at the college, and a directory of Old Time Athletes Association, undated.
Contains Ogden Standard-Examiner clippings from an agricultural column edited by Bowman titled "Agricultural and Livestock". Additionally, the file contains photographs taken in McCall, Idaho, dated 1923-1926.
Contains two notebooks of typed and hand written class notes taken during the years 1926 and 1927. They contain Bowman's notes for classes taken at Columbia University including History of American Journalism with R.C. Brown as Professor and Libel Law, 1926-1927.
Contains editorial writing assignments written by Bowman. These editorials cover topics ranging from Senator Reed Smoot's polical race, mental illness, the McNary-Haugen farm relief bill, Filipino politics, and Constitutional impact on divorce law. Editorials were written between the Fall of 1926 and Spring of 1927.
Contains editorial and feature writing assignments written by Bowman around 1926. Editorials are on topics such as the New York curfew, a lack of donations to the American Red Cross, Russia- China relations, scientific research of R.W. Wood, and Pedestrian rights, around 1926.
The Bowman papers include correspondence, inter-office memos, certificates, newspaper clippings, albums and scrapbooks, journalism class assignments, class lecture notes, editorial budgets, genealogy, photographs, publications, and memorabilia.