Definition of Lowell thomas
1. Noun. A radio broadcast journalist during World War I and World War II noted for his nightly new broadcast (1892-1981).
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Literary usage of Lowell thomas
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1. Heath Readers: Primer [-sixth] Reader by D.C. Heath and Company (1903)
"... JAMES RUSSELL lowell thomas WENTWORTH HIGGINSON THE name of James Russell Lowell, the poet, was first known to me at the age of nine years, ..."
2. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register by Henry Fritz-Gilbert Waters (1862)
"lowell thomas with Sarah Brackett, March 30, 1754. Libbey John of Scarboro' with ... lowell thomas with Lydia Hanscom, Jan. 9,1752. Lewis John with Eliz. ..."
3. The Heath Readers by Grades by D.C. Heath and Company (1907)
"JAMES RUSSELL lowell thomas WENTWORTH HIGGINSON THE name of James Russell Lowell, the poet, was first known to me at the age of nine years, when I began to ..."
4. History of Amesbury: Including the First Seventeen Years of Salisbury, to by Joseph Merrill (1880)
"The following is a list of the men :— "Gideon Colby, David Nickols, Timothy Silver, Wells Chase, jun., Stephen Lowell, Thomas Clarke, Levi Wells, ..."
5. Guide to the Use of Libraries: Library Science 12 Manualby Reference dept, Library by Reference dept, Library (1919)
"... lowell thomas Carlyle d. a book of criticism concerning John ... Janes Russell lowell thomas Carlyle c. tho dost recent illustrated book descriptive of ..."