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Academic Vice President and Provost records, 1893-1978

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Identifier: 022.01.03
Description of the Collection The papers appear to be those of James J. Brophy in his role as Academic Vice President of Illinois Institute of Technology from Feb. 1967-1975, and of Sidney Guralnick in his role of the university's provost from 1975-1982. This is a drop file-type collection of materials from various sources arranged alphabetically. s with 1970s materials. The names James J. Brophy and Sidney Guralnick appear most often. Note that the following materials predate Brophy's appointment as Academic VP and appear...

Dan Ryan papers, 1948-1989

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Identifier: 036.03.16
Description of the Collection Materials (identified as Box No. 3-81 when found) created or collected by Illinois Institute of Technology staff member Dan Ryan, representing Public Relations' office files. These materials do not all appear to have something in common but rather seem to represent major activities or events of the university which would be public in scope and therefore deserve the attention of the Office of Public Relations. Names appearing frequently in the materials include: Melvin T. Tracht (V. P. &...

John T. Rettaliata student protest photographs, 1970

 Collection
Identifier: 024.05.09
Description of the Collection Photographs of student protests on campus at Illinois Institute of Technology. Seven photographs of the Perlstein Hall sit-in show Rettaliata, James J. Brophy (academic vice president), and several other administrators facing the demonstrators. Thirteen images document a large crowd of protesters seated and standing in front of Perlstein Hall being addressed by student leaders-- some of the speakers were reportedly from Kent State. Fourteen images document Rettaliata's appearance before the...

Space! film, 1961

 Collection
Identifier: 031.10.02
Description of the Collection Film titled "Space!" which was commercially produced for television broadcast. Black & white with sound, intended as a 30 minute program; film included the commercials run with the original broadcast which was aired in 1961 (October 26?) by WBKB, Channel 7, the ABC affiliate in Chicago. Norman Ross interviews scientists (on-site in labs and offices at ARF) from Armour Research Foundation of Illinois Institute of Technology about research being conducted in connection with the U. S. manned...