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Murray, Elwood, 1897-1988


University of Denver faculty (Speech) 1931 to 1962; directed the School of Speech at the University from 1932 until his retirement in 1962; University Lecturer, 1959-60. Elwood Murray Papers, via the web, viewd Apr. 7, 2011|b(Elwood Murray, 1897-1988; taught at University of Denver, 1931-1962; Ph.D. in Speech and Pyschology from University of Iowa) Textbook and manual of individual and class projects for the development of the speech personaity, c1934- :|bt.p. (Elwood Murray, Dept. of Speech, University of Denver) Wlwood Murray papers (Purdue): Bio note (Elwood Murray was a Public Speaking Instructor and an English Instructor at Purdue University in 1929)

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Elwood Murray Papers

Identifier: M070
Abstract Elwood Murray (1897-1988) taught speech at the University of Denver, Denver, Colorado from 1931 to 1962. He also directed the School of Speech at the University from 1932 until his retirement in 1962. He earned a Ph.D. in Speech and Psychology from the University of Iowa in 1931. In 1949 he initiated the founding of the National Society for the Study of Communication and served as its president in 1953. He served as director of the Institute of General Semantics from 1967-1969. He...
Dates: 1929-1988

Group Portrait of Faculty Members, between 1945-1962

Identifier: U201.01.0086.0018.00003
Abstract Black and white print of eight University of Denver faculty members standing on a sidewalk at the bottom a set of stone steps. Faculty members pictured include Raymond Carey (Professor of History from 1945 to 1971), Elwood Murray (Professor of Speech from 1932 to 1962), Keith Case (head of Communication department), and Elton "Tad" Wieman (Director of Athletics).
Dates: between 1945-1962

University Lecturers, 1960

Identifier: U201.02.0140.0006.00006
Abstract Black and white print of University of Denver professors named University Lecturer between 1955 and 1960: Fitzhugh Carmichael (1959), Josef Korbel (1958), Vance Kirkland (1957), Fred E. D'Amour (1955), and Ellwood Murray (1960).
Dates: 1960