Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Alton J. Jungels papers, 1931-1932
Alton J. Jungels photographs, 1928-1932
Pages removed from photo album that contains black and white photographs. Included are images of Armour Institute of Technology Beta Psi fraternity members and activities, ca. 1928 - 1932. Also, the fraternity house at 3337 S. Michigan Ave., swimming and track. Women are included in the social event activities, and some individuals are identified. Presumable taken by fraternity member Alton A. Jungels, who created the photo album.
Armin L. Schreiber papers, 1916-1917
Four items related to Armin L. Schreiber, who attended Armour Institute of Technology ca. 1917. Items include: an unsigned copy of his thesis "Power Consumption Test of a Bascule Bridge" (co-written with Stewart N. Miller); leather bound 1917 AIT commencement program/booklet (2 copies); photo of Schreiber in World War I uniform; fraternity plaque with Tau Beta Pi key symbol and reading "A. I. T. 1917."
Armour Family collection, 1900
Letters of condolence to Phillip D. and Malvina Armour on death of their son, Phillip D. Armour, Jr. mostly from companies doing business with Armour & Co., most on company letterheads. Small amount are from personal friends. Collection includes one unidentified photo (carte de visit) of woman in nurse's uniform; taken in England.
Barry Kostenko papers, 1934-1961
E. S. Larson collection, 1924-1958
Edward D. Porges papers, 1917-1967
Frank W. Gunsaulus collectors letters, 1858 & 1913
One letter from Frank W. Gunsaulus to his sister about the authenticity of a letter she had sent him signed by William E. Gladstone. The Gladstone letter dated Oct. 18, 1858 is to Mr. Phillips of the House of Commons is also included.
Frank W. Gunsaulus Family scrapbook, 1893-1921
Frank W. Gunsaulus papers, 1895-1920
The collection includes manuscripts, publications, and letters of Frank Gunsaulus, mostly related to personal life and not Armour Institute. Manuscripts and publications include his own poems, some signed, including the poem he composed for Eugene Field's funeral. Letters are to F.W. Jay and include a recommendation to the Surgeon General for position of army surgeon.