Columbia University Archives

Lecture notes collection, 1817-1969, bulk 1877-1913

Series XIII: Mildred Daum, 1940-1941

Series XIII contains lecture notes taken by Mildred Daum (M.A. 1941)when he was a graduate student in Medieval History. These are her notes from Columbia classes taken between Fall 1940 and Spring 1941. They are eminently legible, and seem more or less to reproduce the lectures given in the various courses that she took, including Prof. Lynn Thorndike's History 231-2.

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Box 12 Folder 1 Economics 121: Current types of economic theory, 1940 Fall

Box 12 Folder 2 Notes from seminar and reading notes, 1940 Fall

Box 12 Folder 3 History 101: Nature, methods, and types of history, 1940 Fall

Box 12 Folder 4 Economics 161: The Regulation of public utilities, 1940 Fall

Box 12 Folder 5 History 231-2: Intellectual history of Western Europe from the time of Petrarch to the French encyclopedia, 1940-1941

Box 12 Folder 6 History 150: European thought and culture in the nineteenth century, 1941 Spring

Box 12 Folder 7 Latin u145: Medieval Latin, 1940 Fall

Box 12 Folder 8 German language class, 1940 Fall