November 23, 2016, (unprocessed), 1.7 cubic feet; This archive covers the early life and long United States Army career of Brigadier General George T. Bowman (b. 1869 and d. 1951). His career included service (stateside) during the Spanish-American War with the New York 65th Volunteer Infantry, with various New York volunteer and regular Army units in the Philippines (1899-1904), in Cuba (1906-1909), with Gen. John Pershing on the Mexican border (1915-1916), during World War I (1918-1919), and in Germany after World War I ended. Included are correspondence, orders and other military documents, photographs, newspaper and magazine articles, maps, narratives and commentary by Bowman, and a diary. Purchased from Carmen D. Valentino Rare Books, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with state funds and Special Manuscript Funds.
Purchased from Carmen D. Valentino Rare Books
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George T. Bowman Papers (#1292), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA