Frank Harvey Bowerman Papers
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A small collection of personal papers of Frank H. Bowerman. Contains two photograph albums of University of Maine campus scenes and student activities, especially of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity. Also includes a letter, 1904, to Bowerman from James Stacy Stevens concerning Bowerman's engagement to Geneva Hamilton; other correspondence, 1947, to Bowerman concerning his support of the fund to build the Memorial Union on campus; and an obituary of Bowerman and letters of condolence to Bowerman's children upon his death in 1951.
- Creation: 1900-1952
- Bowerman, Frank Harvey (Person)
Kept at Fogler Library's offsite storage building. One week's notice required for retrieval.
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Frank Harvey Bowerman was born in Victor, New York, March 26, 1878. He graduated with a degree in civil engineering from the University of Maine in 1900 where he was a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. He was an engineer and contractor in Rhode Island for 40 years and was active in civic affairs and fraternal organizations in Cranston and Providence, R.I. He married Geneva Hamilton, also a graduate of the University of Maine, in 1904, and they had three children. Frank Bowerman died December 21, 1951.
1 document box (6 folders)
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A small collection of personal papers of Frank H. Bowerman, including photograph albums and correspondence.
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- University of Maine. Class of 1900 (Organization)
- University of Maine -- Photographs (Organization)
- University of Maine (Organization)
- Stevens, James Stacy, 1864-1940 (Person)
- Beta Theta Pi. Beta Eta Chapter (University of Maine) -- History (Organization)
- University of Maine -- Students (Organization)
- Guide to the Frank Harvey Bowerman Papers
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