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For LWC Graduation: 'Someday I must go back to Lindsey Hill'

G. Crump: How I discovered Columbia . . . when Columbus didn't . . . A must read, we think, for Lindsey Wilson Students, Alumn, Friends. About Columbia and Lindsey Wilson in the early 1940's. It's an essay considered by many to the the best, or one of the best ever posted on ColumbiaMagazine.com, written by Gordon Crump - CM

By Gordon B. Crump, aka "Hermit in the Woods"
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Some days are meant to be memorable.

The others shouldn't count against our lifetime. I don't remember who expressed that idea first, but I have made it my own. Click here to continue



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