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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.

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E3: Education and Experience in Engineering Program, 1972-1974

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Institute of Design Records, 2003-2004

Two issues of Student Independent (number 8, Fall 2001 – Spring 2002 and number 9, Fall 2002 – Spring 2003) described in volume 8 as “…a series of student-produced portfolios that bring together recent examples of innovative and creative course work form the student body at the Institute of Desig...

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John T. Rettaliata Papers, 1948-1972

Materials related to John T. Rettaliata during his tenure as the second president of Illinois Institute of Technology (Chicago), 1948 – 1973. See below for folder level inventory of holdings.

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John T. Rettaliata Papers, 1954-1973

Bulks with typescripts of speeches by John T. Rettaliata during his presidency at Illinois Institute of Technology (Chicago), on campus and external. One lot of biographical materials – vita, press releases, news clippings, etc. including 1947 press release concerning civilian service to U. S. Na...

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John T. Rettaliata Papers, 1965

"IIT Position Papers" being identified as papers “on approaches to education for a technological age” by Dr. John T. Rettaliata, President of Illinois Institute of Technology (Chicago). Printed as 4-page brochures, apparently for mass distribution. Series of 12 monthly papers identified as the co...

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John T. Rettaliata Papers, 1970

Photographs of student protests on campus at Illinois Institute of Technology (Chicago) following the May 4, 1970 fatal shootings of four students at Kent State University (Kent, Ohio) by the Ohio National Guard. Subsequently eight million students (middle school, high school, and college) partic...

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Lewis Institute Records, 1883-1940

Lewis Institute, 1896-1940, (Chicago, Illinois) was founded by Allen Cleveland Lewis (1821-1877) who left his estate for the creation of a school of higher learning in Chicago. He specified that the school was to provide education to students without regard to their ability to pay or their social...

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Lewis Institute Records, 1897-1919

Lewis Institute grade sheets for evening classes, being one hand written page per class on pre-printed form. Includes title, section, and term of class, and instructor’s name, and columns for instructor to enter names of students, attendance rates, and grade received. Many contain notations as to...

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