Lowell Thomas


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Noun1.Lowell Thomas - a radio broadcast journalist during World War I and World War II noted for his nightly new broadcast (1892-1981)Lowell Thomas - a radio broadcast journalist during World War I and World War II noted for his nightly new broadcast (1892-1981)
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Mary is survived by her husband David LeRoy Buchheit; her children Ruth (Chris) Gagliano and Bonnie (Rob) Foster; her grandchildren Ben and John Foster and by her sisters Gertrude (late Lowell Thomas, "L.T.") Clay and Pauline (late Jim) Streicher.
We are pleased to announce that National Parks magazine won honorable mention for overall travel coverage in the 2018 Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Competition, the country's most prestigious competition in travel journalism.
BEIRUT: In "All Strangers Are Kin" -- winner of the 2017 Society of American Travel Writers Lowell Thomas award for best travel book -- Zora O'Neill argues that the Arabic language is not only a tool to read, write and speak, but is also a connection.
It brought Baker fame when, on a radio program, Lowell Thomas named him "the man of the trees" and notoriety when Baker influenced Franklin Roosevelt's Civilian Conservation Corps.
Educated at the University of Wisconsin he was an Associate Professor of Writing at the California State University Northridge, Los Angeles, California) and wrote 81 radio scripts, and produced The Dinah Shore Show, The Breakfast Club, and Lowell Thomas broadcasts, and was the author of 30 published books.
Ripon, CA, November 19, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Accessible travel received an uptick in mainstream recognition, when Candy Harrington's barrier-free travel guidebook won top honors at the 2016 Lowell Thomas Awards in Wenzhou, China last month.
The two women believed Anchorage needed a living community that provided support for elders to maintain an active and vibrant lifestyle; acquired land and construction funding was donated by Tay and her husband Lowell Thomas. Lowell will be one of the Thomas Center's first residents.
Before each film, we watched newsreels about the progress of the war, often narrated in the stern voice of Lowell Thomas. In those pre-television days, newsreels were our only views of the military in action--so far away from our peaceful hometown.
Groomsmen were Dustin Allen Roberson, brother of the groom, David Andrew Deffendall, and Lowell Thomas Gorman, all of Lebanon; John William Braden of Denver; Michael George Gallant of Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Whitney Rhys Gorham, Jason Adam White, and James William Wynn Ill, all of Nashville, Tennessee; and Andrew Joseph Zimmerman of Charlotte, North Carolina.
Lowell Thomas Jr.: Flight to Adventure, Alaska and Beyond is the high-spirited autobiography of Lowell Thomas Jr.
His photographic awards include numerous Picture of the Year, BBC Wildlife, Communication Arts, and World Press awards as well as the prestigious Explorers Club Lowell Thomas Award and the Lennart Nilsson Award for Scientific Photography.

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