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From the Hill of Lindsey Wilson

2013-06-30 - Lindsey Wilson College, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. A view from Lindsey Wilson College, not one Gordon Crump would have seen in 1947 - The Christian Steeple and the Adair Judicial Center weren't dominant the - but it's evocative of the scene he remembers: "I knew I was at home for the rest of my life. I would live many places, Tokyo, New York, Singapore, Waikiki, San Franciscoand elsewhere, but Columbia became home that night... more home than any place I lived. And I would spend as much of my life there as circumstances would permit. One evening soon, I must go back to Lindsey Hill and see the lights again. Hearing again from memory the beautiful chimes that played at dusk. Those who believe Thomas Wolfe's admonition that 'you can't go home again, never lived in Columbia. .. nor attended Lindsey Wilson College." - GORDON CRUMP. From G. Crump: How I discovered Columbia . . . when Columbus didn't
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