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Description of the Collection One color postcard of with an image of the Amrour Institute,Main Building, Armour Mission and elevated railroad tracks with platform in the background. Markings on back: No. C307 Published by The Western News Company, Chicago, Ill/Leipzig-Berlin and Leipzig Berlin Dresden/Litho-Chrome/Trade Mark/Germany.
Description of the Collection One glass slide depicting a drawing or engraving of Armour Institute of Technology, Armour Mission, and Armour Flats at the corner of 33rd and Federal Streets. Aerial perspective view from the northeast. Image appears in an article about Armour Institute of Technology in "New England Magazine," May 1899 (or 1897?), p. 356.
Description of the Collection 8 rolls of movie film with similar titles/markings suggesting they all concern the demolition and razing of the Student Union Building (formerly, Armour Mission), ca. 1962. 1. Wrecking of old Student Union (2 tapes of this title); Color; Silent; 3" d.; ca. 5 min. Perforated number 0-726545609 2. Wrecking of old Student Union (2 tapes of this title); Color; Silent; 3" d.; ca. 5 min. Perforated number 0-726545612 3. Wrecking of Old Student Union Building; 16mm; 3½" d.; ca. 5 min. 4. Student Union...
Description of the Collection 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. These materials represent the only known official records of Armour Mission, a non-sectarian Christian church congregation and quasi-settlement house on Chicago's South Side in the late 1800s.
Scope and Contents The Building Reference Files collection consists of a mix of primary and secondary source material relating to the buildings and campuses of the Illinois Institute of Technology and its predecessor institutions. These files formerly served as "drop files" where archives staff collected clippings, ephemera, and photographs related to the buildings and campus, and as a result, many of the files consist wholly of secondary material (including photocopies and clippings from university publications)...
Description of the Collection This collection includes materials collected by the Office of General Counsel at Illinois Institute of Technology regarding the construction and leasing agreement between the John J.Crerar Library and Illinois Institute of Technology for the building which housed the Crerar and Kemper Libraries on the campus of Illinois Institute of Technology. It includes historical research regarding the real estate property known as Armour Mission. The library building was later re-named Paul V. Galvin...
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