Papers of George Nagle
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George Nagle's Tort notebook, 1922.
Scope and Contents
The papers of George Nagle consist of his Law lecture notes dated 1921-1922.
George Nagle was born September 16, 1900, in Red Oak, Iowa. He was a student in the College of Liberal Arts and the College of Law during 1918 to 1922 and received his B. A. in June 1922. George Nagle died December 28, 1966.
[D. Anderson; 06/2010]
Papers of Mildred Foster Crawford, 1924-1927 (RG 02.09.15)
Records of the College of Law (RG 14.02)
Box Contents List
"Agency," taught by professor Hugo Claude Horack
"Torts," taught during the spring semester by professor Herbert Funk Goodrich
"Introduction to Real Property," taught during the spring semester by professor Percy Bordwell