Two scrapbooks documenting avarious aspects of William M. Bowen's career. One documents the creation of what is now known
as Exposition Park, originally called Agricultural Park. The other, various aspects of Bowen's career in Los Angeles politics.
William Miller Bowen (1862-1937) was a lawyer and civic leader in Los Angeles He served on the Los Angeles City Council from
1900-1904, and is remembered as the "Father of Exposition Park" for his role in keeping that land from being developed by
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