Lowell Thomas

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a radio broadcast journalist during World War I and World War II noted for his nightly new broadcast (1892-1981)

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Known as the most prestigious award in travel journalism, the 2016 Lowell Thomas competition drew 1,307 entries, and awarded nearly $20,000 in prize money.
Lowell Thomas embodied the adventurous spirit and passion that are uniquely Alaskan, said Governor Walker.
The Explorers Club's award is named in honour of Lowell Thomas, whose ambition was "to know more about this globe than anyone else ever has", travelled to remote sites around the world in the early 1900s and led the way for modern explorers and scientists.
In the 1990s the stories of women travelers A WOMAN'S WORLD won a Lowell Thomas Gold Medal for Best Travel Book award: twelve years later here are over thirty new journeys exploring women's identity, issues, and travel experiences from Tanzania and Mexico to India, Paris and Brazil.
Lawrence's, rests on a journalist: Stanley in his case and Lowell Thomas in Lawrence's.
In addition to the historic displays depicting the rise of the nation's favorite winter pastime, the New England Ski Museum also shows vintage ski films and videos in its Lowell Thomas Jr.
com, a provider of independent travel information and advice, has won Silver in the Internet Publications/Web sites category of the 2006 Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Competition held by the Society of American Travel Writers Foundation (SATW).
com wins Silver in SATW's Lowell Thomas competition(C)1994-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
In 2003, Samuelson was elected into the National Radio Hall of Fame, joining such illustrious company as Jack Benny, Harry Caray, Arthur Godfrey, Paul Harvey, and Lowell Thomas.
After all, the Italian Fascist Benito Mussolini, in power for a decade, had ginned up the Italian economy and was popular with everyone from Winston Churchill to Will Rogers to Lowell Thomas, America's most influential broadcaster.
Since I had three brothers in the service, I was forced to listen to newscasts by Lowell Thomas and Gabriel Heatter on the radio every night.
There is the film footage made by Lowell Thomas that helped establish the legend of Lawrence; a flag raised by Arabs at the Capture of Aqaba in 1917 and lent by the King of Jordan, and even the motorbike that brought Lawrence's life to an abrupt and tragic end.
In the Lowell Thomas Awards for 2004-05, the Daily News won the third-place bronze award for its circulation category (200,000-349,999).
Henry Ford, along with Lady Bird Johnson, Aldo Leopold, Lowell Thomas, and Frederick Law Olmsted.
With: Debbie Reynolds, Carroll Baker, Eli Wallach, Russ Tamblyn, Leonard Maltin, Joe Dante, Kevin Brownlow, Rudy Behlmer, Otto Lang, Roger Mayer, Lowell Thomas Jr.
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