Lewis College

Lewis College was a small institution that operated in Glasgow, Missouri from 1867 until 1892.

Read more about Lewis College:  History, Lewis Library

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WXRT - History
... Lewis) (93.1 FM Chicago) went on the air in 1947 until 1959 ... WFJL operated as a non-commercial station by Lewis College of Science and Technology (previous name of Lewis College, now Lewis University) ... Lewis College sold WFJL-FM in 1958 ...
WLRA - Lewis University's Radio Station History
... Lewis) (93.1 FM Chicago) went on the air in 1947 until 1959 ... WFJL operated as a non-commercial station by Lewis College of Science and Technology (previous name of Lewis College, now Lewis University) ... Lewis College sold WFJL-FM in 1958 ...
Lewis College - Lewis Library
... "Lewis Library" continues in use today ... It is the second oldest library in Missouri and is the oldest library building in constant use west of the Mississippi River ...

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