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Alton J. Jungels papers, 1931-1932

 Collection
Identifier: 002.05.05
Description of the Collection Materials collected by Alton J. Jungels (B.S. 1932) when he attended Armour Institute of Technology. Artifact collection includes class of 1932 photograph by Bloom Studio (Chicago) with head shots of all graduates, including Jungels who served as class vice-president; Pi Tau Sigma (honorary Mechanical Engineering fraternity) membership certificate (1931) issued to Jungels; Jungels' diploma (1932) signed by President Howard M. Raymond and with a gold embossed seal and black and yellow ribbon...

Alton J. Jungels photographs, 1928-1932

 Collection
Identifier: 002.05.06
Description of the Collection Pages removed from photo album that contains black and white photographs. Included are images of Armour Institute of Technology Beta Psi fraternity members and activities, ca. 1928 - 1932. Also, the fraternity house at 3337 S. Michigan Ave., swimming and track. Women are included in the social event activities, and some individuals are identified. Presumable taken by fraternity member Alton A. Jungels, who created the photo album.

Armour Institute film, 1936-1989

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Identifier: 002.07.03
Description of the Collection Black and white film footage of Armour Institute circa 1936-1939. Primarily shows outdoor events, such as sports and games, in connection with the fraternities' annual Circus Day and Junior Week activities. Shows trophy and banners being awarded and defeated team members being "pantsed." The film also includes some interior scenes of labs and science activities. Brief views of staff, such as President Willard Hotchkiss, Dean Henry Heald, and John Schommer, trustees, and others. Exterior shots...

Armour Institute fraternity paddles, 1921

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Identifier: 002.04.04
Description of the Collection Two fraternity paddles from Armour Institute of Technology chapters of Eta Kappa Nu and Tau Beta Pi. One reads "EKN/E. B. Mueser" (15" x 5"). The other reads "E. B. Mueser"/Dec. 3, 1921" on one side and TBP (in reverse) on the other (15" x 5"). See attached photo.

Armour Institute fraternity pins, 1920-1922

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Identifier: 002.04.03
Description of the Collection Two pins from Armour Institute of Technology fraternities: a diamond-shaped brass (or copper) paperweight from fraternity Eta Kappa Nu reading "EKN" and "AIT 1922," 3½ x 2" x 3" h; and, a round lapel pin reading "The/Cycle/1920"in the center and "Armour Tech" around the edge; ¾" diameter, yellow with black lettering.

Armour Institute of Technology student life photos, 1907-1924

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Identifier: 002.02.04
Description of the Collection Several class and club photographs from the Armour Institute of Technology, including founding charter and photographs for the Illinois Delta chapter of Pi Tau Sigma fraternity a honorary mechanical engineering from 1924 and a group photo of the “Nebraska Club” from 1907. Class photos, some group photos and some a college of individual portraints from Spring 1909, 1910, and unidentified. Also includes some photos of Armour Institute buildings, Main Building, Machinery Hall, Student Union.

Barry Kostenko papers, 1934-1961

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Identifier: 002.05.08
Description of the Collection Materials related to Armour Institute of Technology student Barry Michael Kostenko, primarily documenting his fraternity activity and graduation. The items include: 1934 class photo; grades transcript; diploma; commencement program; baccalaureate service program; Sphinx Roll of Honor certificate; certificate of alumnus member of Pi Delta Epsilon and related materials; photo name tag; Sigma Kappa Delta rushing program; Armour Institute of Technology directory, 1933-34; the Armour Engineer...

E. S. Larson collection, 1924-1958

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Identifier: 002.05.09
Description of the Collection Certificates from E. S. Larson as follows: 1. Diploma from Armour Institute of Technology, BS in Electrical Engineering, 1925; signed by J. Ogden Armour and Howard M. Raymond 2. Diploma from Armour Institute of Technology, Electrical Engineer, 1933 3. Membership certificate, Eta Kappa Nu, 1924 4. Membership certificate, Tau Beta Pi, 1924 5. YWCA certificate, Senior Life Saver, 1926 6. Diploma from LaSalle Extension University (Chicago), Business Management, 1932 7. Group photo of swimmers;...

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