United States. Army. Signal Corps
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
ARF slides, 1940
Description of the Collection 3 ¼" x 4" glass slides bound in either black or red tape used by the ARF for presentations. Some slides have commercial mounts reading "Bond Slide Co., Inc. Chicago" and "Chicago Slide Co., 6 E. Lake St. Chicago." Box 1 images bulk with graphs, technical charts, gauges, a telephone switchboard including images of people using or studying the equipment are included. The box top label in Box 2 read "(Slots) 1 - 19 Signal Corps School" and "Andres Paper - Signal Training" for slot 20. Slides...
Office of the Registrar records, 1941-1945
Description of the Collection Records of three World War II era academic programs offered at Illinois Institute of Technology in connection with military operations. The programs, as identified on the cover of the book are: War Training, also named Engineering, Science and Management Defense Training (ESMWT), Pre-Radar, and U. S. Signal Corps. The collection includes course outlines and descriptions, enrollment reports with course listings, U. S. Army Radio Technicians and Mechanics Code School, sample of certificate...
Signal Corps Training Program and Pre-Radar course records, 1942-1943
Description of the Collection Materials related to the Signal Corps Training Program and Pre-Radar course at Illinois Institute of Technology during WW II. Includes information on staff, classes offered, enrollment statistics; samples of certificates awarded (by the Engineering, Science, and Management War Training Course (ESMWT): Advanced Electronics and Ultra High Frequency Techniques; Radio Measurements and Electronics; by the War Department, U. S. Army: Radio Operators; Radio Technician); course outlines;...