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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.

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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.

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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...

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Engineering, Science, and Management War Training Collection, 1942-1943

Materials related to the Signal Corps Training Program and Pre-Radar course at Illinois Institute of Technology during WW II. Includes information on staff, classes offered, enrollment statistics; samples of certificates awarded (by the Engineering, Science, and Management War Training Course (ES...

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Frank W. Gunsaulus Papers, 1906 - 1921

Papers of Frank W. Gunsaulus, founding president of Armour Institute of Technology, Chicago. Bulks with correspondence to and from Gunsaulus, but does not appear to be the bulk of his administrative correspondence regarding the operation of Armour Institute of Technology. Lesser amounts of materi...

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Gunsaulus, Frank W.; Papers, 1813-1921

Frank W. Gunsaulus (1856–1921) was an ordained Methodist minister, a noted preacher, orator, educator, bibliophile, document scholar, and pastor of Plymouth Congregational Church (Chicago) where, in 1890, he delivered the “Million Dollar Sermon” which inspired Philip Armour, Sr. to found Armour I...

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Joseph Finnegan Papers, 1924-1947

Correspondence, memos and files of Joseph Finnegan, professor of Fire Protection Engineering and staff member of Underwriters’ Laboratories.

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