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Louise LeFevre, faculty, teaching graduate students at Western Michigan University
1960 - 1969
Alice Louise LeFevre teaching seminar style class in the School of Librarianship at Western Michigan University. LeFevre is seated at the head of an oblong table with graduate students. Behind LeFevre is an East Asian hanging scroll. Alice Louise LeFevre came from Brooklyn to head the Department of Library Education in 1945, spending the first semester organizing the department and planning and developing the curriculum. Classes began in February 1946, with two students and three courses. LeFevre passed away in 1963 and in 1967, a seminar room in the enlarged Laboratory Library was named in her honor. The School of Librarianship graduate program was discontinued in the 1980s.
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