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Academic Vice President and Provost records, 1893-1978

 Collection
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...

Building Reference files, 1896-2013

 Collection
Identifier: 037.06.01
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)...

Buildings and Grounds records, 1938-1967

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Identifier: 029.03.10
Description of the Collection Bulks with 1960s specimen and cancelled bonds, some showing payment schedules, for dormitories and student union constructions. Also gymnasium document showing bid comparison figures. Real estate acreage schedule. Unidentified drawing (of parking lot?). State St. campus site plan (1949) showing buildings "pending demolition"; and one later date plan. Materials unrelated to State Street campus include cancelled note and trust deed on 7 parcels of land at 3130 - 3256 S. Michigan. Photostat copy...

Charles Farrell papers, 1994-2003

 Collection
Identifier: 037.08.18
Description of the Collection This collection is comprised of materials related to McCormick Tribune Campus Center. The items are primarily related to space use and opening events. It includes floor-plan drawings (2000-2003), Hermann Union Building (also known as Hermann Hall) (1994), and Commons building (2002), all on the campus of Illinois Institute of Technology.

Galvin Library Christopher Stewart administration records, 1953-2011

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Identifier: 025.04.19
Description of the Collection Office Files of and records created by Christopher Stewart, Dean of Libraries. Some of them materials were created by prior library directors, David Dowell and Sohair ElBaz Wastawy.

IIT Student Rathskeller/The Bog Plaque, 1962

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Identifier: 027.03.02
Description of the Collection Calligraphed story of the founding of the Rathskellar/The Bog mounted on a wooden plaque.

This plaque have formerly hung in The Bog, Illinois Tech's on-campus pub in the lower level of Hermann Hall along with plaques made for other student organizations in 1962.

John T. Rettaliata dedication collection, 2010

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Identifier: 024.05.10
Description of the Collection Remarks on the Legacy of President John T. Rettaliata by Sidney A. Guralnick delivered at the dedication of Rettaliata Gallery Lounge in Hermann Hall on Sept. 25, 2010. 6-page document.

Office of Building and Grounds Construction records, 1956-1970

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Identifier: 029.03.07
Description of the Collection Office files documenting construction of various buildings on the campus of Illinois Institute of Technology. Drawings are generally not included, but the materials frequently include specifications, bids, contracts, financial information, etc.

Pocket Folders collection, 1966

 Collection
Identifier: 039.01.03
Description of the Collection Two black and white pocket file folders with image of Hermann Union Building, Siegel Hall, Wishnick Hall and IITRI tower on the front and campus map on the back. Reads "IIT/Illinois Institute of Technology." Floor plans (first floor and lower level) of Hermann Hall on inside pockets.