Finding Aid

Jesse Nayhouse Papers

UPT 50 N331

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Summary Information

Date [inclusive]
1935-1950
Extent
1.0 Cubic feet

ARRANGEMENT

This is an unprocessed collection. Please see Archives staff for rough inventory.

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Jesse Nayhouse was an attorney and high school teacher. He attended the University of Pennsylvania where he received his B.S. (1923), LL.B. (1926), M.S. (1938), and A.M. (1947).

SCOPE AND CONTENTS NOTE

Includes his student notebooks containing lecture notes (1935-1950); outlines and syllabi for graduate history courses taken by Nayhouse; research papers and bibliography cards prepared to satisfy course requirements; also memorabilia.

Controlled Access Headings

Occupation(s)
University of Pennsylvania — Graduate students.
Subject(s)
History — Study and teaching
History–Study and teaching (Higher).

Inventory

 

Inventory 

Box

Folder

Notes taken during lectures of Professors: 

Bining, H675 

 1

 

Cole, H674 

 1

 

Dodson, H661 

 1

 

Fortenbaugh, 596S 

 1

 

LaMonte, H535, H630, H638 

 1

 

Mohr, S534S 

 1

 

Nichols, 565S 

 1

 

Read, H553, H554 

 1

 

Watts, H643 

 1

 

Woody, H20ab 

 1

 

Term papers. (4) done for the above courses 

 1

 

Diplomas, Master of Arts in History 

 1

 

Diplomas, Master of Science in Education 

 1

 

Commencement Program, Wednesday June 15, 1938 

 1

 

Commencement Program, Thursday August 28, 1947 

 1

 

Teacher’s Certificate 

 1

 

Certificate to practice law 

 1