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Nine titles published, probably as text books, by American School of Correspondence, either independently or in conjunction with Armour Institute of Technology. The 1907 volume has a hard cover.
Alfred Caldwell Collection, 1954
Blueprint, “Landscape Plan for Housing Area” of Illinois Institute of Technology campus (Chicago) by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Architect, and Alfred Caldwell, Landscape Architect. Shows “play Meadow” and six surrounding buildings between Michigan Ave. and Wabash Ave. Includes a Planting List of t...
Armour Institute of Technology Records, 1882–ca. 1947
Materials related to Armour Institute of Technology and Armour Mission of Chicago, Illinois. The annotated folder/item level inventory was created by IIT Archives' volunteer Nan Turpin during July and August 2004. The collection needs further processing to order the materials. For a detailed inve...
Armour Institute of Technology Records, 1882-ca. 1947
Founded by Frank W. Gunsaulus in 1890, the Armour Institute of Technology was one of two Chicago colleges which merged in 1940 (the other being the Lewis Institute) to create Illinois Institute of Technology.
Armour Institute of Technology Records, 1896-1931
Records of Armour Institute of Technology (Chicago, 1896-1940) including student admission applications, materials concerning WW I era Marine Engineering and aviation training programs.
Armour Institute of Technology Records, 1899-1943
Set of 3 x 5” typed index cards of students who attended Armour Institute of Technology (Chicago). Generally one per student, showing student’s name and address, classes taken by academic term (usually with course title and number), and grade received. Miscellaneous other information is sometimes...
Armour Institute of Technology Records, 1909-1940
Materials relating to the operation of the Armour Institute of Technology (Chicago, 1892–1940) library. Nell Steele served as the librarian. Some of the collection concerns Main Building (later use by IIT), the structure where the library was housed.
Armour Institute of Technology Records, ca 1895-1908
Armour Institute of Technology (Chicago) Grade Reports (2 bound volumes, 12x18x1½”; ca. 500 entries total) titled Records Vol. A and Vol. B on spines. The grade reports are primarily for 1898-1899, but with notes in some cases as to student’s date of entry to AIT, date left, and whether graduated...
Armour Mission Records, 1845-1934
Records of Armour Mission, Chicago, IL, 1886-1934. The collection includes records concerning church congregation membership and programs, official publications, financial records, real estate materials, and artifacts as detailed below.
Armour Research Foundation Collection,
Metal tag previously used as an inventory tag on one of several file cabinets used by Marvin Camras at Armour Research Foundation. Reads: “Armour Research Foundation/A1879”.
Armour Research Foundation Collection, 1951–1964 and undated
Photos (4x5” black & white contact prints; most mounted on index cards) of Armour Research Foundation and Illinois Institute of Technology activities primarily documenting research and laboratory experiments. Identifications are generally included. Negatives are available for most images. See inv...
Armour Research Foundation Collection, ca. 1940-1964
Armour Research Foundation (ARF) was one of the first private, not-for-profit contract research laboratories in the United States. Begun in Chicago in 1936 by Armour Institute of Technology (AIT), ARF was acquired by Illinois Institute of Technology in 1940 when IIT was created by the merger of A...
Bronzeville Collection, 1925-2000
Bronzeville is the name used to identify the historically African American community in which Illinois Institute of Technology is located on the south side of Chicago. The area roughly encompasses the three neighborhoods officially identified as Douglas,Grand Boulevard, and Kenwood.
Bronzeville Collection, 1950s
Three tickets to the Grand Theatre, 3110 S. State Street, Chicago with face value of 25 cents each.
Bronzeville Collection, 1950s
Slide images are as follows: *Note that The University of Chicago Archives holds the “Mildred Mead Photographs” in their photographic files. All of these images were used in “The Poorhouse: Subsidized Housing in Chicago, 1895 – 1976” by Devereux Bowly, Jr. (Carbondale: Southern Illinois Universit...
Bronzeville Collection, 1961
One aerial color photograph (by unidentified photographer) of buildings, primarily residential, covering the 3400 south blocks of Michigan Ave., Indiana Ave., Prairie Ave., and Calumet Ave. in Chicago. Photo is apparently taken from the roof of De La Salle Institute (located at 3455 S. Wabash) an...
Bronzeville Collection, 2000
Thirty-one page booklet, Bronzeville Digital Stories, being a print version of interviews conducted by Illinois Institute of Technology (Chicago) students with nine African Americans, current and former residents of Chicago’s historically black neighborhood. In electronic form, these pages were p...
Camp Armour Collection, 1955
Color film titled Armour Summer Camp of Illinois Institute of Technology produced by the Visual Education Department (F. Lundgren, director; photography by John Butkus) and presented by the Alumni Association of IIT; ca. 1955; 26 min. Silent, but with section titles and brief text to introduces s...
Camp Armour Collection, ca. 1940s-1955
Camp Armour was operated from ca. 1905 to 1963 by the Civil Engineering Department at Armour Institute of Technology and Illinois Institute of Technology to teach surveying classes during a summer session. The original location was in Michigan; from 1914 on it was located on Upper Trout Lake in W...
Central South Area Plan Collection, 1960
NOTE: Items 2, 3, and 4 are oversize items which have been encapsulated for preservation purposes and are stored separately from item 1. Four items documenting “The Central South Area Plan” to redevelop Chicago’s South Side neighborhood (Bronzeville) adjacent to the Illinois Institute of Technolo...
Chicago Bauhaus and Beyond Collection, 2004 -- continuing
AND CONTINUING ITEMS • News Clippings, 2009. • CBB web newsletter, February 2010, announcing March 7, 2010 Annual Meeting, with Lee Bey as guest speaker. • CBB News, announcing WTTW Chicago Hidden Chicago 1 & 2, ca. December 2009 • CBB web newsletter, September 2009, announcing “Embracing Nature ...