Illinois Institute of Technology
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
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.
A series of short papers about Illinois Institute of Technology's progress in the Arts, Sciences, Engineering and Research. Multiple copies of each the following papers (four out of a total five): "Men of Vision," "History on Wire," "Tolerances," and "Operation 'College'."
- Subject: Educational change X