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Littrell, Wayne, 1920-2017

 Person

Director of security and services at DU, discloses new auto regulation rules, February 1955.

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

The Denver Clarion, vol. 31, issue 16, 1955 February 4

 Item
Identifier: clarion_v031i16_19550204
Overview KVDU, 670, Radio Station for the voice of the Pioneers. Coed Residence Issue given Girls’ inter-dorm council. Senator Riddick presented a paper explaining the purpose and financial status of the National Student Association (NSA). DU gets permission to maintain Pioneer Village for one year. Mr. Wayne Littrell, director of security and services at DU, discloses new auto regulation rules. Study rooms to be put in dorms. Dr. John Greenway, DU professor of English, to give a lecture on February 9,...
Dates: 1955 February 4

The Denver Clarion, vol. 72, issue 14, 1967 November 7

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Identifier: clarion_v072i14_19671107
Overview Hope, Serendipity – Comedian runs joke gamut. Hope serious for interview. Security director Littrell explains actions against CIA demonstrators. Kynewisbok wants senior class photos. Innocent pleas filed by Cooper. Family dog seeks restraining order.
Dates: 1967 November 7

The Denver Clarion, vol. 75, issue 52, 1971 February 26

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Identifier: clarion_v075i52_19710226
Overview “Universal human rights,” goal of Black Students. AWS to involve men in activities. Littrell denounces Massari’s security gun bill; claims communication more effective than force. UAA announces civic contribution award.
Dates: 1971 February 26

The Denver Clarion, vol. 75, issue 71, 1971 April 28

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Identifier: clarion_v075i71_19710428
Overview Littrell takes post at Northwestern. Financial worries confront fledgling Student Senate. Vietnam vets protest in D.C. demonstrations; VVAW claims rallies strengthen position.
Dates: 1971 April 28

Wayne O. Littrell Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M463
Overview Wayne O. Littrell (1920-2017) was an University of Denver alum and served as the University's first head of security from 1952 - 1971. The collection consists of two (2) scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings, photographs, two (2) reel-to-reel tapes, and other memorabilia collected by Mr. Littrell.
Dates: 1948 - 2011