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American School of Correspondence collection, 1903-1904

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Identifier: 002.08.01
Description of the Collection Materials related to the American School of Correspondence of Armour Institute of Technology, including Series 1, No. 2 (dated March 1904) of the quarterly bulletin of the American School of Correspondence at Armour Institute of Technology describing program and classes, with lists of faculty, administrators and alumni included (3 copies). The collection also includes a 1903 recruitment brochure for the school (2 copies), and a cover letter indicating that the brochure is being mailed, an...

Anita Anderson papers, 1902-1987

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Identifier: 038.01.16
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....

Armour Institute diploma, 1907

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Identifier: 002.04.10
Description of the Collection Diploma awarded to Charles G. Dreffein, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Armour Institute of Technology, June 13, 1907. The diploma was signed by J. Ogden Armour (President of the Board of Trustees), Fred W. Smith (Secretary of the Board of Trustees), Frank W. Gunsaulus (President of the Institute), Howard M. Raymond (Dean of the Engineering School), and Louis C. Monin (Dean of the Cultural Studies). Vellum affixed with gold leaf (?) seal.

Armour Institute of Technology photographs, 1905-1936

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Identifier: 002.07.02
Description of the Collection Display-size photographs of Armour Institute of technology classes, students and faculty. Includes graduating class photographs (composed of individual student photographs) for the years 1905, 1906, 1907, 1912, 1913, 1915, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1929, 1931, and 1936. Also, one portrait of academics in academic gowns (probably AIT faculty) including AIT President Frank Gunsaulus, posing in front of the Armour Mission building, ca. 1905. Also, a photograph of a group of students and officers...

Campus photographic slides, 1991-2001

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Identifier: 039.01.59
Description of the Collection 35 mm color slides with images, usually multiple view of each, with images of campus scenes.

Frank W. Gunsaulus collectors letters, 1858 & 1913

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Identifier: 002.05.03
Description of the Collection One letter from Frank W. Gunsaulus to his sister about the authenticity of a letter she had sent him signed by William E. Gladstone. The Gladstone letter dated Oct. 18, 1858 is to Mr. Phillips of the House of Commons is also included.

Frank W. Gunsaulus Family scrapbook, 1893-1921

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Identifier: 002.05.11
Description of the Collection Photostat copies of pages from a Gunsaulus Family Scrapbook, pertaining to the career of Frank Wakeley Gunsaulus (1856-1921), president of the Armour Institute of Technology from 1893 until his death. Materials in the scrapbook include: First Annual Concert of Armour Institute Glee and Banjo Clubs, May 29, 1894 (4 sheets) Article, "For Science and Art," 1893 (2 sheets) ...

Frank W. Gunsaulus papers, 1895-1920

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Identifier: 002.05.04
Description of the Collection The collection includes manuscripts, publications, and letters of Frank Gunsaulus, mostly related to personal life and not Armour Institute. Manuscripts and publications include his own poems, some signed, including the poem he composed for Eugene Field's funeral. Letters are to F.W. Jay and include a recommendation to the Surgeon General for position of army surgeon.

Frank W. Gunsaulus papers, 1906-1921

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Identifier: 002.01.06
Description of the Collection Papers of Frank W. Gunsaulus, mostly correspondence to and from Gunsaulus, though it does not appear to be the bulk of his administrative correspondence regarding the operation of Armour Institute of Technology. Lesser amounts of materials related to Gunsaulus' role as a preacher and author, and obituary materials. Box Of particular interest in this series is correspondence re the "Million Dollar Sermon" in Box 1/Folder 5. Correspondence also includes letters to military offices recommending...

Frank Wakely Gunsaulus Society collection, 2006

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Identifier: 032.02.12
Description of the Collection Materials related to the Gunsaulus Society, a development activity of Illinois Institute of Technology (Chicago).