Osama Ettouney Collection Edit

Summary

Identifier
5282020
Finding Aid Author
Patrick Mwanjawala
Description Rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard

Dates

  • 1951-2020 (Creation)

Extents

  • 7 Boxes (Whole)
    7 archive boxes

Subjects

Notes

  • Biographical / Historical

    Dr Osama Mohammed Ettouney was a native of Egypt, born in 1951. He received his undergraduate degree from Cairo Institute of Technology, and his MS degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT. He joined Miami University as a professor in 1986 after obtaining a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Minnesota. He obtained the United State citizenship on May 4, 1994. Dr Ettouney served as a chair in the Department of Engineering and Computing for 15 years and received various awards including the Philips Knox Teaching Awards. He also worked as a member of the University Wide Committee and proponent of the HOWE Writing Center. After his retirement in 2014, Dr Ettouney dedicated his time to the writing and publication of books and articles. He died in 2019 at the age of 68.

    Thomas Peyton was born on June 23, 1919 in Duluth, Minnesota. He received Bachelor’s degree from Carleton College in Minnesota. He later joined the US army and went to Britain to fight in the Second World War. In 1946, the US army returned Thomas back to Minnesota. He then studied Masters of Arts in History from the New York University and graduated in 1961. One year after his graduation, Thomas joined the Peace Corps program and went to Ivory Coast where he taught French to schoolchildren. In 1970, he began teaching French at John Burroughs School in St. Louis, Missouri. Thomas also obtained a Masters’ degree in French from Middlebury College. Apart from reading history books, Thomas also loved traveling. He traveled to different countries of the World. Thom died on March 30, 2010, in Oxford, Ohio.

  • General

    The collections also includes items from Thomas Peyton. Thomas Peyton was born on June 23, 1919 in Duluth, Minnesota. He received Bachelor’s degree from Carleton College in Minnesota. He later joined the US army and went to Britain to fight in the Second World War. In 1946, the US army returned Thomas back to Minnesota. He then studied Masters of Arts in History from the New York University and graduated in 1961. One year after his graduation, Thomas joined the Peace Corps program and went to Ivory Coast where he taught French to schoolchildren. In 1970, he began teaching French at John Burroughs School in St. Louis, Missouri. Thomas also obtained a Masters’ degree in French from Middlebury College. Apart from reading history books, Thomas also loved traveling. He traveled to different countries of the World. Thom died on March 30, 2010, in Oxford, Ohio. He exited the world at the age of 90.

  • Abstract

    Collection of materials related to the career of Osama Ettouney and Thomas Peyton.

  • Arrangement

    This collection is arranged:

    Box 1 Folder 1. Egypt-Documents. 2014 and Beyond. Folder 2. History of Seas, 1999-2009. Folder 3. Lisbon Conference, Fall 2008. Folder 4. Annual Evaluation / Dept. Rep. Folder 5. Varied/ Memories, 1995-2017. Folder 6. Naturalization 1994. Folder 7. Laser, 1989-2010. Folder 8. Condominium, 1989-. Folder 9. Condominium, 1993- 2015. Folder 10. Condominium, 1998-2015. Folder 11. Friend Letters, November 1977. Folder 12. Nomination letters, 1999- 2002. Folder 13. Immigration documents, 1996 -2019.

    Box 2 Folder 1. Scrapbook. Folder 2. Egypt/ Reem’s Visit, 1996-1998. Folder 3. AIDA. Folder 4. Egypt’s History after 1882. Folder 5. Folder of the Jan, 25, 2011 Revolution. Folder 6. Articles connected to the AIDA Novel. Folder 7. Visitation for beginners, booklet -originals. Folder 8. Curriculums.

    Box 3 Folder 1. Names/ Addresses. Students’ contacts. Folder 2. 2013-2015. Folder 3. 2000-2003. Folder 4. Tom’s Family, 1996-1999. Folder 5. Friend 1976. Folder 7. Friend Letters, 1988-1989. Folder 6. Colleagues / Friends, 1990-1995. Folder 7. Friend letters, 1987-2016. Folder 8. Memories, 2010-2015. Folder 9. New Models/Interdisciplinary Works/ Psy-Phy, 2003-2012. Folder 10. EGR, 231 Enrollment. Folder 11. Military Issues/ War Star Wars. Folder 12. History of Technology Pictures/ Talks given/ articles/ etc. Folder 13. Travel/ Travelers in Egypt. Folder 14. Egypt’s Project---------Written Material. Folder 15. Freshman Reading Material.

    Box 4 Books by Osama Ettouney and Thomas Peyton. Folder 1. Osama’s Eulogy. Folder 2. Thomas Peyton’s Pamphlets (Travelogues). Folder 3. Thomas Peyton’s Pamphlets (Travelogues).

    Box 5 Folder 1. 1982-1989/ 1990-1993 and Miscellaneous from 61, 70, and 81. Folder 2. Tom and Osama, 1985-1989. Folder 3, Scrapbook. “Like gentle waves returning to the sunlit shore…. Sweet memories returning to the heart once more. Folder 4. Christmas Costa Rico, 1990-Reem’s Visit 1993. Folder 5. Photo Album, Costa Rica, 1990-91. YES-DVDs, Walgreens 1. Czech 97/MPLS- Reem 97, Florida 98/ Egypt-Greece 98. 2. Strasburg-Sprol. Egypt/ Sumol. 3. Florida/ Egypt, 1996, March 19-June 4. 4. 2006 Summer Trip. 5. Osama Ettouney. Egypt # 3/ Sun 95, Zwich-WI-Oxford/ Mexico. 6. Florida/ March 97-Egypt 97/ May 14-24. 7. Sum 02 in Egypt and Wisconsin/ Tum and Curt. 8. Karl Visit/ 2001-Oxford. Lux-all the way to France. 9. Lux Trip- France and England Train/ Difference. 10. Italy/ Sum 99-Egypt-Swiss. Barbara/Mpls- Wisc. 11. Greece Trip/ Summer 98, Egypt/ Zurich/ Wisc/Mpls/early Jamaica. 12. Summer 00/ New Eng. 2. St. Louis/ Wis/Mpls. 13. Jamaica 98/99-Egypt 99. Italy---------

    Box 6 Folder 1. Peyton, Thomas, T. Folder 2. Peyton, Personal. Year’s Books 1. Daily Reminder, 1980. 2. Daily Reminder, 1982. 3. Daily Reminder, 1986. 4. Daily Reminder, 1987. 5. Daily Remind, Silent Secretary, 1988. 6. Daily Reminder, 1989. 7. Daily Reminder, 1990. 8. Daily Reminder, 1991. 9. Daily Reminder, 1992. 10. Daily Reminder, 1993. 11. 1996. Picture Frames, 1. Minneapolis Tribune, Aug, 10, 1962. 2. 1933/ Men in military uniforms. Photo Album. DVDs, 1. Peyton Pebbles. 2. Peyton Movies 1. 3. Peyton Movies 2. Diary: Copper Canyon Trip Log-1993-94.

    Box 7 Diaries: Daily Reminder, Year’s Books, and Pamphlets of Thomas Peyton & Osama Ettouney. 1. Diary 1958. 2. Year’s Book 1961. 3. Perpetual Appointment Book and Daily Reminder, 1962. 4. Peace Corps Teaching, Ivory Coast, Africa. 1962-1964. 5. Agenda 1963. 6. Diary 1964. 7. Year’s Book, 1965. 8. Year’s Book, 1966. 9. Year’s Book 1969. 10. Year’s Book 1972. 11. Summer 1972. 12. Year’s Book 1975: The After Eight Diary. 13. Year’s Book 1976. 14. Year’s Book 1977. 15. Daily Reminder 1978. 16. Daily Reminder 1979. 17. Daily Reminder 1983. 18. Daily Reminder 1984. 19. Daily Reminder 1985. 20. Pamphlet, Elizabeth Turney and William Morrow, 1986. 21. Record Book 1. 22. Record Book 2. 23. Pamphlet, Tom’s travels in Europe, spring 2002. 24. Diary: Impressionism, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 2009. Picture Frame: Tom Peyton. Dark Brown Folder: Illustrated London News, 1849-1885.

  • Custodial History

    This collection was donated by the Ettouney family at the request of Judith Zinsser in 2019.

  • Conditions Governing Use

    Miami University, Walter Havighurst Special Collections and Archives. Materials do not circulate.

  • Physical Location

    Walter Havighurst Special Collections is located on the third floor of King Library.

  • Related Materials

    The collection of Thomas Peyton is also included in the collection.

    Thomas Peyton was born on June 23, 1919 in Duluth, Minnesota. He received Bachelor’s degree from Carleton College in Minnesota. He later joined the US army and went to Britain to fight in the Second World War. In 1946, the US army returned Thomas back to Minnesota. He then studied Masters of Arts in History from the New York University and graduated in 1961. One year after his graduation, Thomas joined the Peace Corps program and went to Ivory Coast where he taught French to schoolchildren. In 1970, he began teaching French at John Burroughs School in St. Louis, Missouri. Thomas also obtained a Masters’ degree in French from Middlebury College. Apart from reading history books, Thomas also loved traveling. He traveled to different countries of the World. Thom died on March 30, 2010, in Oxford, Ohio.

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