Law School to Army Intelligence Training (1967-1968) In talking about his post college years with Tony Bowe, Bill Bowe recalls how the Vietnam War and the draft began to change the student environment in both colleges and law schools. [...]
Tony Bowe Asks Bill Bowe about Settling Down after the Army Editor's Note: In this series of interviews by my cousin Tony Bowe, Tony asked me about what I was up to after my three-year Army Intelligence Branch enlistment [...]
Becoming a General Counsel Editor's Note: In this last of the series of interviews by my cousin Tony Bowe, he asked me how and when I shifted my career as a lawyer from private practice to serving in successive [...]
[French and English subtitles are available at the CC (Closed Captions) button on the video’s lower right corner.] Bill Bowe on His Brother Richard Gwinn Bowe Editor's Note: In this part of Tony Bowe's interview of [...]
Bill Bowe, Sr. Is Injured in France in World War I Editor's Note: Bill Bowe's father had joined the Illinois National Guard when he graduated in 1915 from Loyola University Law School in Chicago. When President Woodrow Wilson [...]
Editor's Note: In 1960, John F. Kennedy was running for President. After a September campaign event in our apartment living room with Ethel and Joan Kennedy, the wives of his JFK's brothers Robert and Edward Kennedy, my mother joins the soon-to-be-elected President at an event in his Chicago campaign office. Also attending are then Mayor Richard J. Daley, and later Mayor Jane Byrne.
Richard Bowe's Report on the 1968 SDS Days of Rage Violence in Chicago Editor's Note: In a March 14, 2022 interview Tony and I discussed what kind of content might later be added to the www.wbowe.com website. In [...]