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Donna Robertson collection, 1996-2008

 Collection
Identifier: 006.01.12
Description of the Collection This collection consists of material related to architectural competitions and projects participated in by the College of Architecture during the deanship of Donna Robertson.

McCormick Tribune Campus Center and State Street Village media coverage, 2003

 Collection
Identifier: 037.08.10
Description of the Collection Two videos of Chicago television media coverage of the opening of two new buildings on the campus of Illinois Institute of Technology, State Street Village (student housing/dormitory; architect Helmut Jahn) on July 22, 2003 and the McCormick Tribune Campus Center (architect Rem Koolhaas), Sept. 30, 2003 as follows: 1) State Street Village video includes: NBC 5 morning program with interview of Donna Robertson; ca. 3 min. ABC 7 5:00 p.m. news; ca. 1 min. WTTW 11 Chicago Tonight show with...

McCormick Tribune Campus Center planning records, 1997-1999

 Collection
Identifier: 037.08.09
Description of the Collection Pre-construction planning documents related to the programmatic uses of the building which came to be known as the McCormick Tribune Campus Center on the campus of Illinois Institute of Technology. Items as follows: Richard H. Driehaus Foundation International Design Competition/Competition Process and Procedures; July 15, 1997 Memorandum from Donna Robertson to Campus Center Committee "Campus Center program"; Nov. 10, 1997 Report: New Campus Center; report by Holabird & Root; ca. Nov. 12,...

S. R. Crown Hall restoration video, WTTW, 2005

 Collection
Identifier: 037.07.07
Description of the Collection Video tape of the Crown Hall Restoration segment of the "About Chicago" series produced for the Chicago Tonight program by WTTW TV (Channel 11), Chicago. First aired Oct. 13, 2005. Narrated by architectural historian Geoffrey Baer with comments by Peter Beltemacchi, Donna Robertson and Mark Sexton. Ca. 30 minutes.