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Philip Mazzei Phripp & Bowdoin, December 27, 1782, Financial Account
James Bowdoin to Henry Stanhope, August 1, 1785, Newspaper Clipping of Bowdoin's Letters to Stanhope, with Stanhope's Replies

James Bowdoin to Henry Stanhope, August 1, 1785, Newspaper Clipping of...

Newspaper Clipping of Bowdoin's Letters to Stanhope, with Stanhope's Replies

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His excellency, James Bowdoin, Esquire, Governour of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, an address to the good people of the commonwealth [Two columns regarding Shays' rebellion] ... [Boston: Printed by Adams an

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His excellency, James Bowdoin, Esqui...

Shay's rebellion.; Imprint 3. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 43, Folder 6.

Thomas Jefferson to James Bowdoin, March 8, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to James Bowdoin, April 27, 1805
Thomas Jefferson, September 18, 1810, Memorandum on James Bowdoin's Letter
Regimental orders. Third regiment, first brigade, fourth division. Bowdoin, July 20th, 1822.

Regimental orders. Third regiment, first brigade, fourth division. Bow...

Order of parade. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 26, Folder 24a.

A. M. Bowdoin to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 07, 1860  (Congratulations)
Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine, February 22, 1874. To the Honorable Chairman of the Library Committee of Congress: Sir: Learning that the noted and unique collections of the late George Catlin ... are offered for sale, ... to urge the importa

Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine, February 22, 1874. To the Honorable...

Catlin's Indian gallery. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 198, Folder 10b.

In spotlight as A.A.U. opens Golden Jubilee Convention. Washington, D.C., Dec. 2. Marking its Golden Jubilee, the Amateur Athletic Union today convened for the 50th Anniversary Convention at the Willard Hotel. Sending John J. MaGee, coach of Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME., off to an imaginary race, are, left to right. Avery Brudage, president of American Olympic Committee - Lawson Robertson, track and field coach at Univ. of Penna. - Judge Samuel E. Hoyt, president of A.A.U. - and Charles Gevecker, member of A.A.U. Boxing Committee
#880 A Group of Boot-Blacks in Bowdoin Square, a Passing Juvenile Industry.  Location: Boston, Massachusetts.
Bowdoin College #3, Brunswick, Me.

Bowdoin College #3, Brunswick, Me.

J137100 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright deposit; Haines Photo Co.; January 13, 1910. Copyright claimant's address: Conneaut, O.

Bowdoin College [#1], Brunswick, Me.

Bowdoin College [#1], Brunswick, Me.

J137101 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright deposit; Haines Photo Co.; January 13, 1910. Copyright claimant's address: Conneaut, O.

Bowdoin College #2, Brunswick, Me.

Bowdoin College #2, Brunswick, Me.

J137099 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright deposit; Haines Photo Co.; January 13, 1910. Copyright claimant's address: Conneaut, O.

Colleges and Universities - Bowdoin College - Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine.  Major George C. Webber and Officers of 2nd Battalion, 1st Maine Heavy Field Artillery

Colleges and Universities - Bowdoin College - Bowdoin College, Brunswi...

Date Taken: 2/18/1919 Photographer: C.B. Webber Colleges and Universities - Bowdoin College

Colleges and Universities - Bowdoin College - Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine.  Major George E. Fogg and Officers of 1st Battalion, 1st Maine Heavy Artillery

Colleges and Universities - Bowdoin College - Bowdoin College, Brunswi...

Date Taken: 2/18/1919 Colleges and Universities - Bowdoin College

Colleges and Universities - Bowdoin College - Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine.  R.O.T.C.  Col1l Arthur T. Ballentine and staff, 1st Maine Heavy Field Artillery

Colleges and Universities - Bowdoin College - Bowdoin College, Brunswi...

Date Taken: 1/18/1919 Colleges and Universities - Bowdoin College

Colleges and Universities - Bowdoin College - Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine.  R.O.T.C.  Students of the R.O.T.C

Colleges and Universities - Bowdoin College - Bowdoin College, Brunswi...

Date Taken: 2/19/1919 Colleges and Universities - Bowdoin College

Colleges and Universities - Bowdoin College - Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine.  Major Harry Smith and officers of 3rd Battalion, 1st Maine, Heavy Field Artillery

Colleges and Universities - Bowdoin College - Bowdoin College, Brunswi...

Date Taken: 2/18/1919 Colleges and Universities - Bowdoin College

[Arctic explorer Donald MacMillan in fur suit at wheel of ship Bowdoin]

[Arctic explorer Donald MacMillan in fur suit at wheel of ship Bowdoin...

J257122 U.S. Copyright Office Photoprint by McDougall & Keefe, Boothbay Harbor, Me. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card.

[Crew of Arctic ship Bowdoin]

[Crew of Arctic ship Bowdoin]

Seven men and two dogs on deck of ship. J257120 U.S. Copyright Office Photoprint by McDougall & Keefe, Boothbay Harbor, Me. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card.

Ernest Haskell - The Bowdoin

Ernest Haskell - The Bowdoin

Donald MacMillan's schooner preparing for its voyage to the Arctic. Ernest Haskell (American, Woodstock, Connecticut 1876–1925 West Point, Maine)

James Bowdoin, Governor of Massachusetts 1785 to 1787.
Class A: suits; No. 1. The new Bowdoin sack suit.
Letter to James Bowdoin, Governor of Massachusetts
Governor James Bowdoin
ANNUAL BANQUET [held by] WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION OF BOWDOIN ALUMNI [at] "THE COCHRAN, WASHINGTON, D.C." (HOT;)
West view of Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine

West view of Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine

This record contains unverified data from PGA shelflist card. Associated name on shelflist card: Moore, T.

James Bowdoin.
James Bowdoin, Governor of Massachusetts 1785 to 1787.
James Bowdoin, Esq.
Letter to [James Bowdoin,] Governor of Massachusetts
Letter to James Bowdoin, Governor of Massachusetts
Letter to Gov. [James] Bowdoin [Boston]
Letter to Gov. [James] Bowdoin [Boston]
Letter to Gov. [James] Bowdoin
James Bowdoin Governor of Massachusetts 1785 to 1787
Letter to [James Bowdoin,] Governor of Massachusetts
Bowdoin College, Brunswick. Maine, Stereoscope Card, NYPL.
Letter to James Bowdoin, Governor of Massachusetts
ANNUAL BANQUET [held by] WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION OF BOWDOIN ALUMNI [at] "THE COCHRAN, WASHINGTON, D.C." (HOT;)
Letter to James Bowdoin, Governor of Massachusetts
Letter to [James Bowdoin,] Governor of Massachusetts
Letter to Gov. [James] Bowdoin [Boston]
Letter to Gov. [James] Bowdoin [Boston]
Letter to Gov. [James] Bowdoin
Letter to [James Bowdoin,] Governor of Massachusetts
Bowdoin College, Brunswick. Maine, Stereoscope Card, NYPL.
Letter to James Bowdoin, Governor of Massachusetts
ANNUAL BANQUET [held by] WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION OF BOWDOIN ALUMNI [at] "THE COCHRAN, WASHINGTON, D.C." (HOT;)
Letter to Gov. [James] Bowdoin [Boston]
Letter to Gov. [James] Bowdoin
Letter to Gov. [James] Bowdoin [Boston]
Letter to James Bowdoin, Governor of Massachusetts
ANNUAL BANQUET [held by] WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION OF BOWDOIN ALUMNI [at] "THE COCHRAN, WASHINGTON, D.C." (HOT;)
Letter to Gov. [James] Bowdoin [Boston]
Letter to Gov. [James] Bowdoin
Letter to Gov. [James] Bowdoin
Letter to Gov. [James] Bowdoin
Letter to Gov. [James] Bowdoin
Letter to Gov. [James] Bowdoin
Letter to Gov. [James] Bowdoin
Letter to Gov. [James] Bowdoin
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His Excellency, James Bowdoin, Esq. Governour of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. A proclamation Whereas by an act passed the sixteenth of February instant, entitled, "An act describing the disqualification ..

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His Excellency, James Bowdoin, Esq. ...

Imprint 3.; Not in Evans.; Proclamation. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 43, Folder 11.

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His Excellency, James Bowdoin, Esq. Governour of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. A proclamation Whereas by an act passed the sixteenth of February instant, entitled, "An act describing the disqualification ..

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His Excellency, James Bowdoin, Esq. ...

Imprint 3.; Not in Evans.; Proclamation. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 43, Folder 11.

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland County, ME

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland Cou...

Significance: House was built in 1884 in the "shingle style" by the Portland architect John Calvin Stevens, 1855-1940, as his own residence and has an early example of revived use of the gambrel roof. Survey ... More

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland County, ME

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland Cou...

Significance: House was built in 1884 in the "shingle style" by the Portland architect John Calvin Stevens, 1855-1940, as his own residence and has an early example of revived use of the gambrel roof. Survey ... More

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland County, ME

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland Cou...

Significance: House was built in 1884 in the "shingle style" by the Portland architect John Calvin Stevens, 1855-1940, as his own residence and has an early example of revived use of the gambrel roof. Survey ... More

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland County, ME

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland Cou...

Significance: House was built in 1884 in the "shingle style" by the Portland architect John Calvin Stevens, 1855-1940, as his own residence and has an early example of revived use of the gambrel roof. Survey ... More

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland County, ME

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland Cou...

Significance: House was built in 1884 in the "shingle style" by the Portland architect John Calvin Stevens, 1855-1940, as his own residence and has an early example of revived use of the gambrel roof. Survey ... More

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland County, ME

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland Cou...

Significance: House was built in 1884 in the "shingle style" by the Portland architect John Calvin Stevens, 1855-1940, as his own residence and has an early example of revived use of the gambrel roof. Survey ... More

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland County, ME

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland Cou...

Significance: House was built in 1884 in the "shingle style" by the Portland architect John Calvin Stevens, 1855-1940, as his own residence and has an early example of revived use of the gambrel roof. Survey ... More

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland County, ME

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland Cou...

Significance: House was built in 1884 in the "shingle style" by the Portland architect John Calvin Stevens, 1855-1940, as his own residence and has an early example of revived use of the gambrel roof. Survey ... More

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland County, ME

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland Cou...

Significance: House was built in 1884 in the "shingle style" by the Portland architect John Calvin Stevens, 1855-1940, as his own residence and has an early example of revived use of the gambrel roof. Survey ... More

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland County, ME

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland Cou...

Significance: House was built in 1884 in the "shingle style" by the Portland architect John Calvin Stevens, 1855-1940, as his own residence and has an early example of revived use of the gambrel roof. Survey ... More

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland County, ME

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland Cou...

Significance: House was built in 1884 in the "shingle style" by the Portland architect John Calvin Stevens, 1855-1940, as his own residence and has an early example of revived use of the gambrel roof. Survey ... More

Hackley and Bowdoin, no date, Wool Samples
Hackley and Bowdoin, no date, Wool Samples
Hackley and Bowdoin, no date, Wool Samples
Hackley and Bowdoin, no date, Wool Samples
James Bowdoin to Thomas Jefferson, March 25, 1805
James Bowdoin to Thomas Jefferson, March 25, 1805
James Bowdoin to Thomas Jefferson, March 25, 1805
James Bowdoin to Thomas Jefferson, March 25, 1805
James Bowdoin to Thomas Jefferson, March 25, 1805
James Bowdoin to Thomas Jefferson, March 25, 1805
James Bowdoin to Thomas Jefferson, March 25, 1805
James Bowdoin to Thomas Jefferson, March 25, 1805
Thomas Jefferson to James Bowdoin, February 8, 1786
Thomas Jefferson to James Bowdoin, February 8, 1786
James Bowdoin to Thomas Jefferson, March 1, 1806
James Bowdoin to Thomas Jefferson, March 1, 1806
James Bowdoin to Thomas Jefferson, March 1, 1806
James Bowdoin to Thomas Jefferson, March 1, 1806
James Bowdoin to Thomas Jefferson, March 1, 1806
James Bowdoin to Thomas Jefferson, March 1, 1806
James Bowdoin to Thomas Jefferson, March 1, 1806
James Bowdoin to Thomas Jefferson, March 1, 1806
James Bowdoin to Thomas Jefferson, March 1, 1806
James Bowdoin to Thomas Jefferson, March 1, 1806
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