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Levi S. Peterson papers 1947-2005

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Guide to the Levi S. Peterson papers


2901 University Circle
Ogden, UT, 84408-2901
URL: http://library.weber.edu/asc/archivesdept/default.cfm
Email: archives@weber.edu
Phone: 801-626-6388
Fax: 801-626-7045



Profile Description

Creation: This finding aid was encoding in EAD by Archon 3.21 from an SQL database source on April 15th, 2014.
Language: The collection description/finding aid is written in English

Overview of the Collection

RepositoryWeber State University Archives2901 University CircleOgden, UT, 84408-2901URL: http://library.weber.edu/asc/archivesdept/default.cfmEmail: archives@weber.eduPhone: 801-626-6388Fax: 801-626-7045
CreatorPeterson, Levi S., 1933-
Collection TitleLevi S. Peterson papers
Dates1947-2005
Physical Description37.35
Identification16/02/001
Language of MaterialsEnglish

Arrangement of Materials:

Arranged into seven series: Series 1, Juanita Brooks, 1898-1987; Series 2, Other writing, 1978-1990; Series 3, Addendum 1, 1940-1996; Series 4, Addendum 2, 1923-2005; Series 5, Addendum 3, circa 1985-2004; Series 6, Addendum 4, 1951-9183; Series 7, Addendum 5, circa 1985-2005.Addendum files have series that are listed alphabetically and folders within each series are arranged alphabetically. Correspondence is arranged chronologically.

Scope and Contents

This collection contains Levi Peterson's correspondence, diaries, writing drafts, and papers relating to his tenure as a professor of English at Weber State University.


Administrative History:

Levi Savage Peterson was born on December 13, 1933, in Snowflake, Arizona. He served an L.D.S. mission in Switzerland and Belgium from 1954-1957, speaking French. He married Althea Sand on August 31, 1958, and he has a daughter, Karrin. He graduated from Brigham Young University (B.Y.U.) with a Bachelor of Arts in English in 1958 and a Master of Arts in English in 1960. He received his Ph.D. in English in 1965 from the University of Utah.

Levi started teaching English as an assistant professor at Weber State College in 1965. He became an associate professor in 1968 and a professor in 1972. He was the Chairman of the English Department from 1970-1973. He served as the Director of the Honors Program from 1973-1982. He retired in Spring 2000, with his last semester being taught purely online. He was one of the first professors at Weber State to teach an entire semester online. Since retiring he continues to teach one class online a semester. He moved to Issaquah, Washington to be near family.

He edited Dialogue: A journal of Mormon Thought from 2004-2008. He wrote two fiction books, The Backslider (1986) and Aspen Marooney (1995); two nonfiction books, Juanita Brooks: Mormon woman historian (1988) and A rascal by nature, a Christian by yearning: A Mormon autobiography (2006); shorts stories; and articles and essays. In 1981, his story "The gift" won first prize in the Christian Values in Literature Contest at B.Y.U.


Access Terms

This Collection is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.

Faculty member, College or university.
Brooks, Juanita--1889-1989.
Letters.
Publications.
Universities and colleges--English.

Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access:

The collection is open for research use.


Administrative Information

Custodial History:

Material was received from Levi Peterson (1983-004; 1984-004; 1987-010; 1996-023; 1996-024; 1999-059; 2006-032).

Preferred Citation:

[Item identification], Levi Peterson records, 16-02-001, Weber State University Archives, Ogden, Utah.

Acquisition Information:

Received from Levi Peterson between 1983-2006.

Accruals:

Accruals are expected.


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