Samuel M. Levin Papers

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From 1915-1919 Professor Levin taught history and economics at Detroit Central High School and Detroit Junior College. In 1920 he served as Chairman of the History Committee, organized to revise the history curriculum of the secondary schools of the City of Detroit. He was appointed Professor of Economics and Chaired the Economics Department from 1933-1953. Subjects include, Equity of Sacrifice Program, Ford Motor Company labor policies, 1919-1934, Jewish life, Menorah Society, 1911-1912, and the Economics Department, Labor Program and the founding of the Business Administration Department.

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