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038/01. All

 Record Group Term
Identifier: 038/01

Found in 54 Collections and/or Records:

Edward Mochel photographs, 1950-1957

 Collection
Identifier: 038.01.39
Description of the Collection This collection includes slides and photographs of campus buildings taken by Edward Mochel and an autobiographical chapter covering his years at Illinois Institute of Technology. The collection includes twenty-six color (Kodachrome) 35mm slides dated 1957. The slides depict various academic and residence buildings on IIT's campus, including Main Building and Machinery Hall, Crown Hall, Carr Chapel, and Association of American Railroads, and Armour Research Foundation structures. They include...
Dates: 1950-1957

Johannes Molzahn poster, 1928

 Collection
Identifier: 038.01.24
Description of the Collection

Advertising poster in German designed by Johannes Molzahn in 1928 and published by Kunstgewerbeschule Magdeburg (Germany), apparently to promote physical education and hygiene.

Dates: 1928

Len Gittleman films, 1953-1985

 Collection
Identifier: 038.01.28
Description of the Collection

Two DVDs produced by Len Gittleman, containing six of his films. One DVD was compiled in 2008 and contains "Whirligig" (1958, 7 mins.), "Peelings" (1975, 7 mins.), "Requiem" (1961, 11 mins.), "The Press" (1953, 11 mins.), "Building Gund Hall" (1972, 28 mins.), and "Building Rhythms: The Construction of Copley Place" (1985, 28 mins.). The other DVD (compiled 2/12/2007) contains "The Press."

Dates: 1953-1985; Digitized: 2007-2008

Oscar A. Turner papers, 1945-1957

 Collection
Identifier: 038.01.31
Description of the Collection A manuscript by Oscar A. Turner entitled "A Prelude to an Unknown Designer in Industry: A Missing Chapter of Industrial Design of Industrial Art, the New Fine Art Profession of Industry Unveiled" and correspondence related to it.The manuscript is an oversize (13x18") handwritten 33-page document, in which Turner campaigns for the use of the word "fabritecture" to replace the term "industrial design." The first 31 pages are dated 1956, and...
Dates: 1945-1957

Lee de Forest correspondence, 1931

 Collection
Identifier: 038.01.25
Description of the Collection

Typed and hand-signed letter dated January 21, 1931 from Dr. Lee de Forest to The New York Times regarding the decline in the quality of radio programming.

Dates: 1931

Father of Radio

 Collection
Identifier: 038.01.27
Description of the Collection

Digital version in PDF format of the out-of-print autobiography FATHER OF RADIO by Lee de Forest, originally published by Wilcox & Follett (Chicago), 1950.

Dates: 1950

Lee de Forest recording, 1958

 Collection
Identifier: 038.01.26
Description of the Collection Fifteen minute audio recording of Lee de Forest speaking on his 85th birthday (August. 26, 1958) to thank over 60,000 Ham radio operators who sent him QSL cards in honor of his birthday. It was recorded by Harry Leonard, audiologist for Fox Studios, and played over Ham radio ARRL Headquarters in Harper, Conn. De Forest comments about how impressed he was at receiving the thousands of birthday greetings as a sign of "the high regard which radio amateurs hold toward myself." He recounts a bit...
Dates: 1958

Robert Guthrie essay, 1997

 Collection
Identifier: 038.01.33
Description of the Collection An essay, "BMOC at I.I.T.," by by Robert Guthrie (B.S., Mechanical Engineering, 1949) for his grandson Scott Guthrie, recounting his student days at Illinois Institute of Technology from 1942-1949, with time off for service in World War II, 1943-46. (25 pages.) Guthrie recounts his academic and social activities at IIT, commenting on various professors such as Yale Brozen, C. Roy Mathews, Michael Sadowsky, and Edward Wagenknecht. He also writes aout his extra-curricular clubs...
Dates: 1997

Angelo Testa catalog, 2000

 Collection
Identifier: 038.01.15
Description of the Collection

"The Life Collection of Angelo Testa: Bakelite, Designer Costume, Modernist & Mexican Silver Jewelry," a June 10, 2000 auction catalog produced by David Rago, John Sollo, Chris Kennedy and Matthew Burkholz. 76 pp., color plates.

Dates: 2000

Mervin W. LaRue, Jr. papers, 1944-2005

 Collection
Identifier: 038.01.02
Description of the Collection The LaRue collection consists almost entirely of file materials that document LaRue's careers at Bell & Howell, Stewart-Warner, Ampex, and his own consulting firm. These include business directories from the various companies; organizational charts; annual reports; miscellaneous company printed items including objects; project reports on various products that LaRue was developing; internal corporate correspondence and memos; and business cards that LaRue had collected from around the...
Dates: 1944-2005

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