Armour Flats (Chicago, Ill.)
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Armour Flats collection, ca. 1900
This is the only known primary source document related to Armour Flats in IIT Archives.
Armour Institute slide, 1899
Description of the Collection
One glass slide depicting a drawing or engraving of Armour Institute of Technology, Armour Mission, and Armour Flats at the corner of 33rd and Federal Streets. Aerial perspective view from the northeast. Image appears in an article about Armour Institute of Technology in "New England Magazine," May 1899 (or 1897?), p. 356.
Building Reference files, 1896-2013
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...
Charles A. Sengstock, Jr. papers, 1960-2000
Description of the Collection Collection of articles authored by Charles A. Sengstock, Jr. for the Armour Research Foundation newsletter concerning jazz clubs, theaters, and historic buildings on the south side of Chicago in the 1940s and 1950s. Items included in the collection: ARF News (photocopy), Dec. 1959; article on Mecca Flats ARF News (photocopy), Jan., 1960; article on Arcade building (AKA Jesse Binga Bank building) ARF News (photocopy), March, 1960; article on the Vendome Theater ARF News, April-May, 1960;...
Mission Accomplished: My Twenty Years in Chapin Hall
Dr. Phil S. Shurrager was a professor in the Department of Psychology and Education (later, the Institute of Psychology) at Illinois Institute of Technology. He served as department chair circa 1948-1958.
- Bronzeville (Chicago, Ill.) 2
- Chicago (Ill.) 2
- Apartments 1
- Architecture 1
- Architecture--Designs and plans 1
- Campus planning 1
- Clippings (information artifacts) 1
- College buildings 1
- College facilities 1
- Dormitories 1
- Historic buildings 1
- Jazz 1
- Landscape architecture 1
- Photographs 1
- Public welfare 1
- Theaters 1 ∧ less
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