How to use Bragdon in a sentence
"This is nothing new, and it's not about a tiger suit," Bragdon said.
Ted Kulongoski, recalls Peter Bragdon, the governor's former chief of staff.
"Raising funds as a challenger is a difficult thing," Bragdon said.
I've an urgent call to Bragdon—man in an epileptic fit—but he'll have to wait till I've attended to this case first.A Fortunate Term | Angela Brazil
In Mr. Bragdon's version they represent an excellently useful and conservative style of small letter.Letters and Lettering | Frank Chouteau Brown
Jack Bragdon was a much rarer type in Chicago of the early nineties—or in any American city—than he would be to-day.
Bragdon began to think they might do better in New York, where the market for incidental art was larger and the pay better.
Little Horatio looked gray and old; his lips trembled and his hand shook as he greeted Bragdon.