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Austin E. Lathrop in a sentence

1. Alaska's first independent picture entirely made in Alaska was The Chechahcos, produced by Alaskan businessman Austin E. Lathrop and filmed in and around Anchorage.

2. Superintendent of Prisons Austin E. Lathrop asked Brown to design the chair, but Brown turned down the offer.

3. After graduating from Austin E. Lathrop High School, she studied at University of Denver for a year and then returned to Alaska.

4. The film was directed by Lewis H. Moomaw and produced by Austin E. Lathrop, who himself was once a prospector.

5. In 1929, the News-Miner was purchased by Alaska industrialist Austin E. Lathrop, who operated it under a series of editors until 1950.

6. This allowed the purchase of a new Linotype machine, and further upgrades were promised when on November 8, 1929, the News-Miner was purchased by Austin E. Lathrop, an Alaska industrialist.

7. The nearby KENI Radio Building constructed by Austin E. Lathrop was the only substantial construction in the area until the Spenard Public Utility District (PUD) was formed.

8. The Austin E. Lathrop Residence Hall of the University of Alaska Fairbanks was opened in 1962.

9. KFAR is a commercial radio station programming news/talk in Fairbanks, Alaska, United States, broadcasting on 660 AM. Founded in 1939 by industrialist Austin E. Lathrop, KFAR is the oldest radio station in Fairbanks and one of the oldest in Alaska.

10. KFAR was founded in 1939 by Austin E. Lathrop.

11. Early guests to the hotel included salesman, railroad, and government officials including Austin E. Lathrop, a prominent Alaskan industrialist.

12. He attended Austin E. Lathrop High School in Fairbanks, Alaska from 1973 to 1974 and graduated from T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Virginia in 1975.

13. Alaska's first independent picture entirely made in Alaska was The Chechahcos, produced by Alaskan businessman Austin E. Lathrop and filmed in and around Anchorage.