037. Buildings and Campus
Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
Printed brochure published by Illinois Institute of Technology showing the "Campus Plan" (buildings and grounds design) done by architect Alfred S. Alschuler. The campus development proposal included buildings to be used by IIT and Armour Research Foundation.
Three pages of blueprints (27 x 41") for the Navy Building (later, Alumni Memorial Hall) by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Holabird & Root. Drawings are identified as First Floor Framing, drawing S2; 2nd Floor Framing, S3; and Roof Framing Plan, S4. All are dated 5/17/1945 and are identified as revisions of commission number 7774.
16 sets of architectural drawings, blueprints, and plat maps.
Three 16mm silent reel-to-reel films on 3.5" diameter spools (ca. 5 minutes each), identified as follows: 1) Paper labels on spool: 1972-Color; Campus Buildings 2) Paper label on canister: Anscochrome (color) AND Conway [Conway may identify the filmographer.] 3) On box: Order 54912/ R. Luoma; Campus. Date stamp on box is July 1965 [Note: Ralph Luoma was IIT campus photographer ca. 1963.]
Register of Illinois Tech campus maps: Date (No. of copies in IIT Archives) Ca. 1950 (1) 1968-1969 (3) 1969 (1) 1970 (2) Ca. 1970? (1) 1971 (2)
76 photographs of architectural models, sketches, plans, drawings, etc. of the South State Street campus of Illinois Institute of Technology. An oversize folder holds 4 large images.
This collection is unprocessed. If you would like to request that a detailed inventory of this collection be made available, please contact the IIT Archives.
Two reports completed by McClier (Chicago), contatining findings on the conditions of two Ludwig Mies van der Rohe-designed buildings on the campus of Illinois Institute of Technology: Carr Memorial Chapel (Restoration Assessment, 2001) and Wishnick Hall (Historic Structure Report, 2003).
This collection includes drawings, plans, blueprints, and other materials stored in the East Map Case. These materials are not all from the same source, nor are they a coherent collection by any factor other than that they are all stored together. See folder listings for an inventory of the items in this collection.