Camp Armour (Wis.)
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
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...
Dates: 1940-1978; Majority of material found within 1970-1979
Description of the Collection Color film titled Armour Summer Camp of Illinois Institute of Technology produced by the Visual Education Department (F. Lundgren, director; photography by John Butkus) and presented by the Alumni Association of IIT; ca. 1955; 26 min. Silent, but with section titles and brief text to introduces scenes that follow. Scenes include shots of the landscape (lake and forest), students and faculty holding class outdoors, conducting experiments, learning to use equipment, construction a tower, and a...
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Pressboard sign for "Alfred E. Phillips Hall" in white block letters. On the back is written "From the main lodge of CAMP ARMOUR, Boulder Junction, Wisconsin.
Description of the Collection The Lynch papers are arranged in four groupings. The three-ring binder includes: A photocopy of Charles Lynch's obituary from 1988 A sheet (on gold paper) announcing an "All Armour Night at the famous Joseph Urban Room of the Congress Hotel where Charles Gaylord and his New York-Hollywood orchestra is serving the tops in uptown-lowdown rhythm. Friday, May 3rd" (no year...
Description of the Collection This collection consists of correspondence by Gilbert A. Force, Illinois Institute of Technology Business Manager, concerning the financial and accounting matters under the responsibility of the business office during post-World War II campus "rehabilitation" period, circa 1943-1947. The correspondence is with Harvey E. Anderson, Business Manager, Walter J. Parduhn, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, and R. J. Spaeth, Treasurer. The collection includes materials...
Description of the Collection Documents and photographs concerning Illinois Institute of Technology created or collected by Harold Bretz. Series 1, Manuscripts Correspondence (4 pages; 3/28/2000) from Bretz with reminiscences of Camp Armour, the Commons building, and Dean Clarence Deakins. Address given by Clarence Deakins, Dean of Students, (4 pages; April 1958) on the occasion of his departure from IIT after 12 years. Concerns the quality of educations at IIT. Series 2, Photographs 185 color slides (35mm) of campus...
Dates: 1957-2000; Majority of material found within 1957-1986
Description of the Collection "IIT at Work" and "IIT Women and Biology, Campus Aerial," two 16 mm films produced by Illinois Institute of Technology, are primarily about science programs at IIT, with classroom and lab scenes. The films were likely produced as recruiting tools. "IIT Women and Biology, Campus Aerial" is actually two films (one reel). The films date from the late 1940s or 1950s. They are black and white and silent. The first film shows female students in lab...
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