038. Personal papers
Found in 41 Collections and/or Records:
Description of the Collection Papers of Alain Findeli, Professor of Industrial Design at the University of Montreal (retired 2007), consisting of research files and correspondence amassed in support of his doctoral dissertation, "Du Bauhaus a Chicago: Les Annees d'enseignement de Laszlo Moholy-Nagy" ("From Bauhaus to Chicago: Laszlo Moholy-Nagy's Teaching Years") (1989, University of Paris). This collection includes a copy of Findeli's dissertation. Other primary materials (in copied form) include a copy of Lloyd C....
Description of the Collection Archive of Art Works, 1940-2006 by Alex Nicoloff, a portfolio of his artistic productions from his student days through his professional career and retirement years. The portfolio contains some original items (exhibit catalog, greeting cards, printed material), some photographs (b&w and color prints), and some photocopied/scanned images. A total of 31 projects (graphics, installations, sculptures, exhibit design systems, "Spectralwave," kinetic light-paintings, calligraphy) are included.
Description of the Collection Five short essays by the Alfred M. Jaques: 1. The Class On Its Way To The Stars, observations of activities pursued by member of the Class of 1959 in 1989; 2. Why IIT Is The Best College, address delivered at the IIT March 26, 1992 meeting of LIFE (Latinos Involved in Further Education); 3. Two Dinners With the Chapas concerns the death of Fernando and Luis Chapa and others as a result of automobile accidents caused by drunk drivers. Copies in English and Spanish; 4. Parallel Paths was...
Description of the Collection Five books compiled by Alfred M. Jaques, 1959 graduate. Each volume contains several one-page biographies of IIT alumni representing a particular group. Titles are as follows: Unos Hispanos Graduados del Instituto Technologico de Illinois, Segunda Edicio, 1993; Some African-American Alumni of the Illinois Institute of Technology, Winter 1994; Some Presidents and CEOs from the Illinois Institute of Technology, Summer 1997; Some Women Alumni of the Illinois Institute of Technology, Winter 1997....
Description of the Collection Publicity packet about artist Amy Lee Segami, and video on VHS titled "The Art of Suminagashi, Vol. III, Painting on Water(TM) by Amy Lee Segami."
Description of the Collection "The Life Collection of Angelo Testa: Bakelite, Designer Costume, Modernist & Mexican Silver Jewelry," a June 10, 2000 auction catalog produced by David Rago, John Sollo, Chris Kennedy and Matthew Burkholz. 76 pp., color plates.
Description of the Collection Bulks with office files of the Metropolitan Chicago Science and Technology Librarians, previously called Science and Technology Group, of which Anita Anderson was a member. Concerns invitations and memos regarding meetings held at the various members' libraries, including one hosted by IIT at the Crerar Library (1986). Two promotional pieces (artwork "slicks" for ads, 11x14" each) featuring Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and the architecture program. Used in Chicago Tribune ad series, run Jan. - Feb....
Description of the Collection A poster (10.25 x 17") depicting an image related to research work done by Illinois Institute of Technology professors Hassan Nagib and Andrew Fejer in fluid mechanics. Their work was rendered artistically by Anita Douthat and titled "Vortices in the Wake of a Row of Rectangular Rods." Illinois Institute of Technology alumnus Edward V. Mochel later used the poster image as inspiration for an oil painting.
Content Description Papers of Benjamin de Brie Taylor, artist and educator, including correspondence, personal records, professional files, and artwork. Personal correspondence includes letters from family and friends as well as business exchanges. Extensive correspondence with mother Gertrude de Brie and sister Alix contain substantial biographical and family information. Correspondence with mother and father over the 1940s could provide interesting perspectives on war time and postwar Europe- some with sketches...
Description of the Collection Three personal letters from Wolfram G. Futterer to Bernard "Sunny" Weissman discussing Futterer's military service and acquaintances.