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Name of Creator:Daum, Arnold E.
Title:Arnold E. Daum papers
Date:1982-1988
Reference Code:M167
Location Code: 56/1
Extent:.35 cubic ft. (1 box)
Scope and Content Abstract:The collection documents Daum's teaching career at Northeastern University. The bulk of the collection is from the Marketing Management course Daum taught in 1988. The course materials consist of exams, syllabi, student evaluations of the course and professor, and materials used in course lectures such as fliers, ads from magazines, newspapers and case files.
Historical Abstract: Arnold E. Daum graduated from Northeastern University in 1940 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and taught in Northeastern's University College from 1954 to the late 1980s. During World War II, Daum served as lieutenant commander in the United States Navy and was awarded the Bronze Star. In 1954, after serving in the Navy for 14 years, he retired and began teaching at Northeastern as an adjunct professor. He taught Marketing Management, Sales Management, Advertising Management, and Marketing Research classes both on the undergraduate and graduate levels. While teaching at Northeastern, he also served as the Vice President of Usen Products Company and Tabby Cat Food. He founded the Arnold E. Daum & Sons food brokerage. Arnold Daum died on March 18, 1993.
Language and Scripts:Material is entirely in English.
System of Arrangement: Arranged in one alphabetical sequence.
Subjects and Contributors:
  • Daum, Arnold E.

  • Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.). University College

  • Business education -- Boston
  • Continuing education -- Boston
  • Marketing - Study and teaching - Massachusetts -- Boston
  • Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.) -- Faculty

Conditions Governing Access:This collection is unrestricted.
Processor:Finding aid prepared by Irina Tsiklik, June 2010.