The series contains primary source information related to different members of Minnie Hallowell Bowen's family. It consists mainly of correspondence and photographs, though each file includes a variety of material including a notebook, reports, prospectuses, lists, tributes, certificates, a deed, a Masonic text-book, and poems. It gives information mainly on a military campaign in the Indies in 1817, the Fenian Raids, mining, the Bowen family genealogy, World War I, and the Lennoxville Grammar School. The series is comprised of the following files: Henry Bowen (1818), Edward Bowen (1808-1915), Eleazar Clarke (1801-1915), George Fredrick Bowen (1855-1927), John Hallowell (1846-1876), Francis A. Bowen (1888-1935), Frederick Chamberlin Bowen ([189-?]-1923), Edward Hugh Bowen (1914-1923), Rose Meredyth (Bowen) Eardley-Wilmot (1893-1954), Charles Bowen (1860), James Hallowell ([1847-1858?], [188-?-1942]), Miranda Haskell Clarke ([185-?]-1910), Marjorie Bowen ([187-?]), Helen Maria Clarke Hallowell (1858-1909), Robert Hallowell (1834-1859), Meredyth Bowen Hallowell (1867-1893), Sara Jane Hall Bowen (1924-1925), Noel H. Bowen (1848), Carrie Ernestine Clarke ([188-?-1892?]), Charles Revell Eardley-Wilmot ([1895-1986?]), Barbara Rose (Eardley-Wilmot) Constable ([1917-1942?], [1962-1963], [1993-1996]), Minnie “Dadie” (Peyton) Smith (1954-1956, [197-?-1999?]).