Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains manuscripts, photographs, transparencies, and a video related to Grote Reber.
Notebook kept in 1897 by Miss Hattie Miller for her Home Economics class at the Armour Instiute of Technology.
Papers of Henry T. Heald in his roles as a faculty member and dean of Armour Institute of Technology prior to his appointment as president of AIT (and subsequent services as president of IIT).
Scrapbook assembled by Norman Frank Kimball, a 1912 graduate in Mechanical Engineering (B.S.) from the Armour Institute of Technology. 28 pages filled with photographs, programs, and dance cards, mainly illustrating Kimball's activities as a student at Armour, with some items illustrating his family in Wisconsin. Items date from 1908 through 1912.
Thirty-two letters, mostly from Philip D. Armour, Sr. to Frank Miles who was apparently an agent of Armour & Co. The letters discuss Miles' travels to various Armour packing houses where he did inspections and set prices.
Scans of a photograph album showing images of military training activities at Armour Institute of Technology during World War I. The photograph album was made by Russell Walker, one of the program's enrollees. The scans include identification as marked on the original pages by Walker. The scanned pages contain a total of 25 photos.
The papers of Willard Hotchkiss in his role as President of Armour Institute of Technology, Chicago, 1932-1937.