Series 004 - Lloyd H. Bowen

Sports Scout Lloyd Bowen receiving Medal for Bravery Chief Scout Lord Baden-Powell 2nd Sherbrooke Troop Boy Scouts camping at Lake Massawippi Certificate of service during the Spanish Flu Scout Lloyd Bowen Scout Lloyd Bowen Boy Scout by tent Lloyd H. Bowen 01 Lloyd H. Bowen Lloyd H. Bowen hiking in England Lloyd H. Bowen with fellow soldiers Lloyd H. Bowen 05 Lloyd H. Bowen at Camp Borden Lloyd H. Bowen F.N. Burt Company booth, Sherbrooke Exhibition

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Lloyd H. Bowen

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CA ETRC P006-004

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  • 1865, 1902-1995 (Creation)

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0.18 l.m. of textual records, 271 photographs (14 negatives), 2 artefacts, 1 engraving, 2 postcards.

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(1903-1995)

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Lloyd H. Bowen was born to Alfred Cecil Hale Bowen and Minnie Hallowell in Sherbrooke on 3 November 1903. He attended the Sherbrooke High School and the University of Bishop's College before working as a bookkeeper and traveling salesman. Lloyd married Helen Jane Dingle in Toronto on 8 July 1944. Together they had one child: Sally Jane (b. 1946). He died on 9 January 1995.

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The series contains source information on Lloyd H. Bowen's education; sports activities; employment; financial situation; and involvement in scouting, debating associations, St. Peter's Church in Sherbrooke, and the Cadet Corps and Militia from the late 1910s to the 1930s. It also gives information on his daily activities during his sojourns in England and Winnipeg. The series includes mainly correspondence, certificates, photograps, press clippings, diaries, speeches, poems, booklets, and leaflets. The series is comprised of the following files: Education (1865, 1922-1925, 1939-1940), Scouting (1918-1928), Debating ([1922?]-[1924?]), Tuxis Mock Parliament ([1922?]-[1924?]), YMCA Junior Spokes Club (1925-1927), Military ([1921?]-1946), Sports ([1920?]-[1925?]), Correspondence with his Mother and Father (1940-1941), Religion (1902-[194-?]), Politics (1919-1928), Diaries ([191-?]-1929), Travel (1917-1928), Bequests and Securities (1929-1930), Employment (1928, 1976, [1984?]), Poems ([192-?]), Other Photographs (1904-1944), Correspondence with Rose M. Bowen (1940-1943), Other Correspondence (1922-1989), Obituaries (1995).

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  • English
  • French
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