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Armour Institute of Technology Class Photo, 1936

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Identifier: 002.02.07
Description of the Collection Composite photograph of the members of the graduating class of 1936, Armour Institute of Technology (Chicago).

Armour Institute of Technology grade books, 1895-1908

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Identifier: 002.01.05
Description of the Collection Armour Institute of Technology (Chicago) Grade Reports, about 500 entires in total, primarily for 1898-1899, but with notes in some cases as to student's date of entry to AIT, date left, and if they graduated later. Grade reports are for students in the engineering and architecture curricula. Entries are in order by date of student's enrollment in the school; an alphabetical index cross-referencing student name to appropriate page number has been created; iventory....

Armour Institute of Technology library records, 1909-1940

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Identifier: 002.01.04
Description of the Collection Materials relating to the operation of the Armour Institute of Technology (Chicago, 1892-1940) library including circulation records, purchases of equipent and furniture, and inventory lists.

Armour Institute of Technology student life photos, 1907-1924

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Identifier: 002.02.04
Description of the Collection Several class and club photographs from the Armour Institute of Technology, including founding charter and photographs for the Illinois Delta chapter of Pi Tau Sigma fraternity a honorary mechanical engineering from 1924 and a group photo of the “Nebraska Club” from 1907. Class photos, some group photos and some a college of individual portraints from Spring 1909, 1910, and unidentified. Also includes some photos of Armour Institute buildings, Main Building, Machinery Hall, Student Union.

David S. Strong papers, 1904

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Identifier: 001.04.06
Description of the Collection Two black and white professional portrait photographs of students at the Lewis Institute taken by George H Partridge of Chicago. One shows eleven male students, including Walter and Ralph Strong, with a faculty advisor. The other shows six Beta Theta Pho members with winner banner for the Inter-Fraternity Half Mile Relay Race.

First Twenty Years of Lewis Institute, 1935

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Identifier: 001.01.01
Description of the Collection Later, typed copy of "First Twenty Years of Lewis Institute, 1896 to 1916" by George N. Carman, the First Director of the school. The 34 page text describes the Institute’s founding and other noteworthy events in the school’s history as well as Carman's educational philosophy.

Henry Holmquest papers, 1928-1987

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Identifier: 001.04.02
Content Description Papers and books by Henry Holmquest on a number of topics, most from the 1940s and 1950s. Also contains one schoolbook from Holmquest’s time at Lewis Institute, and a self-created volume of his early publications.

Henry T. Heald, Armour Institute Dean's records, 1920-1930

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Identifier: 002.05.16
Description of the Collection Papers of Henry T. Heald in his roles as a faculty member and dean of Armour Institute of Technology prior to his appointment as president of AIT (and subsequent services as president of IIT).

Henry T. Heald papers, 1935-1989

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Identifier: 024.04.03
Description of the Collection Materials related to Henry T. Heald including manuscripts and a framed portrait. Manuscript material includes small amounts of biographical materials, correspondence, speeches, and correspondence as well as some other miscallenous items.

James C. Peebles publication, 1954

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Identifier: 002.01.08
Description of the Collection Multiple copies, including the tissue carbon copy of the original typed manuscript, of "A History of Armour Institute of Technology" by James Clinton Peebles concerning the history of Armour Institute of Technology from its founding in 1890 until its merger in 1940 with Lewis Institute to create Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago.The collection may also contains minor amounts of materials concerning the process of writing, editing, and publishing the book which was privately...