Llewellyn Morgan Buell was a founding faculty member at UCLA in the English department. His collection consists of approximately
2,300 postcards of landmarks and art in the United States (especially New Hampshire), Europe, Mexico, and North Africa.
Llewellyn Morgan Buell was born in Jamesville, New York in 1888. In 1910, he received his bachelor's degree from Cornell.
He earned a master's degree at Harvard in 1911 and a PhD in 1917. During World War I he served as a lieutenant in the U.S.
Army Air Service. Buell taught at Yale, University of Missouri, and was a founding faculty member of the English department
at UCLA. Aside from a year long leave of absence from 1925-1926, Professor Buell taught at UCLA from 1922 until his retirement
in 1955. Llewellyn Morgan Buell died in 1975, at the age of 86.
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