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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Compatibility with other vocabularies - LC: identical; LIV: omitted; AAT: omitted

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Levette J. Davidson Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M017
Overview

Levette J. Davidson (1894-1957) was a professor of English literature at the University of Denver from 1922-1957, specializing in folklore and literature of the American West. He served as head of English Department (1940-1957), and was the first faculty member elected president of the University Senate. He wrote several books including A guide to American folklore, The Rockies and beyond, and Literature of Colorado.

Personal: As Interim Chancellor, 1953

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Identifier: M017.01.0001.0019
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series contains correspondence, clippings, Davidson's work as a student, and other personal papers.

University of Denver Professor and Administrator Levette Jay Davidson, between 1922-1957

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Identifier: M017.01.0001.0032.00001
Overview University of Denver(DU) professor and administrator Levette Jay Davidson poses for a portrait in Denver, Colorado. Over the course of his career at DU, Davidson served as head of the English Department (1940-1957), and was the first faculty member elected as president of the University Senate. He taught at the University of Denver until his death in 1957.

University of Denver Professor and Administrator Levette Jay Davidson, between 1922-1957

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Identifier: M017.01.0001.0032.00002
Overview University of Denver(DU) professor and administrator Levette Jay Davidson poses for a portrait in Denver, Colorado. Over the course of his career at DU, Davidson served as head of the English Department (1940-1957), and was the first faculty member elected as president of the University Senate. He taught at the University of Denver until his death in 1957.

University of Denver Professor and Administrator Levette Jay Davidson, between 1922-1957

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Identifier: M017.01.0001.0032.00003
Overview University of Denver(DU) professor and administrator Levette Jay Davidson poses for a portrait in Denver, Colorado. Over the course of his career at DU, Davidson served as head of the English Department (1940-1957), and was the first faculty member elected as president of the University Senate. He taught at the University of Denver until his death in 1957. This particular photo is a cutout of Davidson alone from a portrait.

University of Denver Professor and Administrator Levette Jay Davidson, between 1922-1957

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Identifier: M017.01.0001.0032.00004
Overview University of Denver(DU) professor and administrator Levette Jay Davidson delivers a speech or address from behind a long table. Over the course of his career at DU, Davidson served as head of the English Department (1940-1957), and was the first faculty member elected as president of the University Senate. He taught at the University of Denver until his death in 1957.

University of Denver Professor and Administrator Levette Jay Davidson, 1953 July

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Identifier: M017.01.0001.0032.00005
Overview University of Denver(DU) professor and administrator Levette Jay Davidson at a Folklore Conference is featured in the far right of the photo. Over the course of his career at DU, Davidson served as head of the English Department (1940-1957), and was the first faculty member elected as president of the University Senate. He taught at the University of Denver until his death in 1957.

University of Denver Professor and Administrator Levette Jay Davidson, 1953 July

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Identifier: M017.01.0001.0032.00006
Overview University of Denver(DU) professor and administrator Levette Jay Davidson at a Folklore Conference is featured in the far right of the photo. Over the course of his career at DU, Davidson served as head of the English Department (1940-1957), and was the first faculty member elected as president of the University Senate. He taught at the University of Denver until his death in 1957.