Armour Institute of Technology
Armour Institute existed from 1893-1939 and was renamed the Armour College of Engineering in 1940.
Found in 93 Collections and/or Records:
127 boxes of photographs of Illinois Institute of Technology campus, events, and people. Most photos are presumed to be taken by Communication and Marketing Office for various campus publications. Subjects and photographers are sometimes identified. The photos are in various formats: prints, negatives, and contact sheets, and some slides and transparencies. Most images are in black and white and most date from 1980 and before.
The Origins and Development of Evening Undergraduate Education in Chicago: 1891-1939 by Sandra Averitt Cook. This is a doctoral dissertation submitted to Loyola University of Chicago in 1993. Chapters 7 and 8 discuss, in detail, the history of evening undergraduate programs at Armour Institute of Technology and Lewis Institute.
An Armour Institute pennant, possibly made by Pearl Haegele Uebele, either for her her husband George Uebele, who graduated from Armour Institute in 1927, or for her brother Allen Haegele, who graduated from Armour in 1930. The item is accompanied by two photos (one each) of Allen Haegele and George Ueberle, along with brief careeer histories of the two men. Artifact.
Scans of a photograph album showing images of military training activities at Armour Institute of Technology during World War I. The photograph album was made by Russell Walker, one of the program's enrollees. The scans include identification as marked on the original pages by Walker. The scanned pages contain a total of 25 photos.