I believe the Bowman Dairy was actually north. There is an area called Bowmanville north of Foster and east of Western.
There was a Bowman Dairy Co. at 43rd Street South and State Street in Chicago. There was also one at 66th street and Wentworth Avenue. My father delivered routes from both garages from about 1945 up to when they closed. I'm not sure when these facilities were built or went into operation. These were mainly garages for the milk wagons and horses and later the milk trucks. Milk was not processed in these locations. My Brothers and I helped my Dad deliver milk each morning. Dad died but Mom remembers names of others that worked there and are still living. Want more info, contact me.
The company I work for has a 1917 Walker Electric Truck with original Bowman Dairy lettering still on it. The address given is 140 West Ontario. I would be interested in learning more about the Bowman Dairy to prepare the truck for a museum exhibit.
My grandfather Edward Kaveny, general manager of Englewood branch of Bowman Dairy co. was reported to have instituded individual serving glass bottles of milk to be distributed to Chicago schools for student mealtimes.
For some reason, I thought the family came from the Oak Park-River Forest area, and in googling, I found the following in the special collections of the Chicago Public Library: Bowman Dairy Reitzel, J. A. The Flourishing Tree: A History of the Bowman Dairy, 1874-1949. Chicago, 1949. Ravenswood-Lake View Community Collection, 5/12 SU HSTCOL
My grandfather, Edward Kaveny was the general manager of the Englewood branch of Bowman Dairy in the 1920s 1930s. My husband's great-grandfather, John Klasema, worked at Bowman Dairy in Chicago for 40+ years. He delivered milk with a horse drawn wagon, I've been told, on the Miracle Mile. My Great Grandfather, August Lundsteadt,was the safety manager at the dairy in Chicago for 40 years,and retired in 1955.
Don't know who you are, or if you have a bottle from the dairy. If you have a bottle, I certainly would like to purchase it. If you are my cousin, give me a call. This dairy, of course, was run by my grandfather on 18th St. in Chicago. Please respond to 5LouHaase@yahoo.com. Remove the 5 from the address please. Lou
This was a small dairy on the northwest side of Chicago. The deliveries were made by horse & buggy. My mother remembers them delivering when she was 10 years old, so that would be about 1936. I am not related to them, but I have a milk bottle as well. HTH. John You can contact the Polish Museum of America located in Chicago at http://pma.prcua.org/. It is likely that this museum will have old business directories that should help you find at least its location. HTH
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