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Robert Lowell

Robert Lowell was one of the most influential American poets to reach fame in the post-World War II era, the winner of two Pulitzers and a National Book Award, and the author of the collections Lord W…

John LOWELL

LOWELL, John, a Delegate from Massachusetts; born in Newburyport, Mass., June 17, 1743; was graduated from Harvard College in 1760; studied law; was admitted to the bar in 1762 and commenced pr…

Lowell Fulson

Lowell FulsonAge: 77 prominent blues and rhythm-and-blues hall-of-famer who recorded several hits from the '40s to the '60s. The tireless musician continued to tour and record into the '90s. D…

Lowell STOCKMAN

STOCKMAN, Lowell, a Representative from Oregon; born on a farm near Helix, Umatilla County, Oreg., April 12, 1901; attended the public schools at Pendleton, Oreg.; was graduated from Oregon Sta…

Robert

King Robert of Sicily. A metrical romance of the Trouveur, taken from the Story of the Emperor Jovinian in the Gesta Romanorum, and borrowed from the Talmud. It finds a place in the Arabian…

Lowell National Historical Park

Lowell National Historical Park Lowell, Massachusetts In the 1830s the mills in the booming industrial town of Lowell employed women almost exclusively. Thousands of young women left their far…

Lowell, Amy

Lowell, Amy[1874-1925](1)Born at Boston, February 9, 1874. Educated at private schools. She has been prominently identified with the "Imagist" movement in poetry and with the technical use of…

Lowell, Amy

Lowell, Amy[1874-1925](5)Born in Brookline, Mass., Feb. 9, 1874. Educated at private schools. Author of "A Dome of Many-Coloured Glass", 1912; "Sword Blades and Poppy Seed", 1914; "Men, Women…