Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Three issues (complete run) of IIT student poetry magazine, Bloo, published by the Humanities Department, Illinois Institute of Technology; issues dated May 1993; 1994; 1995. Soft cover, literary magazine, published for three years only, with poetry, fiction, and images by IIT students and faculty.
1. Science writing/ Science Information program brochure, 1964 2. Technical and professional communication, Department of Humanities program brochure, 1986 3. Technical communication information brochure, 1994 4. iCom internet communication program information brochure, n.d.
Illinois Tech Department of Humanities Annual Writing Contest booklets (with winning essays), 2011-2022
llinois Tech Department of Humanities Annual Writing Contest booklets (with winning essays). Essays in these booklets are grouped into three categories:the Henry Knepler Undergradaute Prize for freshman essays; the Edwin H. Lewis Prize for Fiction and Nonfiction; and the Molly S. Cohen Poetry Prize.
Kepler in England: The Reception of Keplerian Astronomy in England, 1599 - 1687 by Wilbur Applebaum. This manuscript is Applebaum's Ph.D. dissertation submitted to the Graduate School of State University of New York at Buffalo. Inscribed, bound copy of typescript pages; date February 1969; 222 pages.
Monograph titled "LLP: A Personal and Idiosyncratic History of the Humanities at IIT by Henry Knepler"; Chicago, 1988. LLP stands for "Language, Literature and Philosophy," an earlier title of the humanities department at Illinois Institute of Technology, now known as the Lewis Department of Humanities. The account is a personal commentary which recounts and frequently analyses the workings of the department from the mid-1940s to mid-1970s.
Slides used by Professor Paul Barrett to present the institutional history of Illinois Institute of Technology circa 1998. Primarily B&W historic images reproduced from books (e.g., yearbooks) of historic IIT people, generic campus scenes, and unidentified student activities. About six slides are in color and include a couple of early 1990's buildings and activities.