Location: 15-19 Randolph Street, Wabash avenue and Randolph streets
Bowen, Whitman and Winslow
The five story Bowen Building was erected in 1866 by woolen merchants George and Chauncey T. Bowen. Bowen’s wholesale and retail woolen partnerships underwent a steady stream of changes, as George joined with and then separated from a number of partners, yet at the same time each firm was located in the Bowen Building. Eventually the firm became known as Bowen, Hunt & Winslow, and just before the Fire, under this name of Bowen, Whitman and Winslow. They operated successfully until 1871 with the three Bowen brothers, James T Hunt, and Almira Winslow as partners.
15, 17, 19, 21 Randolph Street
Sanborn Fire Insurance Map