Galvin Library collection, 1985
Photo album with 18 mounted prints (all identified), mostly black and white, of ceremonies and people at the dedication of the Paul V. Galvin Library on the campus of Illinois Institute of Technology (Chicago), Sept. 13, 1985. People identified in the photos include: Paul V. Galvin (image of his portrait); M/M Michael Galvin; M/M Andrew Affrunti; Lajos Schmidt; Michael Galvin; Chris Galvin; Robert Galvin; Mary Galvin; Helen Galvin; David Dowell; Pete Venema; Hazel Venema; Frederick Jaicks; Edward Holley; Walt Cherry; Foorman Mueller; Thomas Martin; Virginia Piper (AKA, Mrs. Kenneth Piper).
- Illinois Institute of Technology (Organization)
Language of Materials
Records are in English.
Conditions Governing Access
Available for Research
18 Photographs (Loose-leaf photo album)
The Paul V. Galvin Library is Illinois Institute of Technology's main academic library. "Galvin Library" refers both the building and the collections which it houses. The building, which opened in 1962, was built to house both the Crerar Library (a specialized science and mathematics library founded in the 1890s by the will of John Crerar) and IIT's academic library, which operated at that time under the name of Kemper Library. The arrangement for joint tenancy of the building was ended in 1985, and the Crerar collection was removed to the University of Chicago. The IIT building was then renovated and re-named Paul V. Galvin Library.
Good images; professional quality.
Catherine Bruck, University Archivist 9/15/2005