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One folder of administrative materials related to the writing and publishing of the book titled "The Heritage of Illinois Institute of Technology," a commissioned history of IIT published in 1978, authored by Irene Macauley. Includes correspondence, invoices, and estimates for production costs.
Events hosted on Illinois Institute of Technology campus for high school students, excluding open houses. The collection includes the First Annual Chicago Region Junior Engineering, Science, and Humanities Symposium schedule, 1976, and the Hugh O'Brian Youth Foundation speaker program book, 1991.
Pamphlets for academic summer and weekend programs and classes held for high school students on Illinois Institute of Technology's campus.
Assorted holiday cards presumably mailed to Illinois Institute of Technology alum, donors, faculty and other affiliates featuring IIT related images and holiday greetings. The cards are mostly undated but are likely circa 2000s.
Invitations and programs to the Holm Seminar on Electrical Contacts, sponsored by Illinois Institute of Technology. Folders: 1. 1967- 1970 2. 1971-1978
Materials produced by the Office of Human Resources. Contains the following folders: Folder 1: Directories from 1945 and 1947 Folder 2: HR Brochure for potential staff Folder 3: Insurance Plans: Totally Disability Benefits Plan, 1974; IIT Student Insurance Plan, 1965-1966; Personal Accident Insurance Plan, 1982; Major Medical Expense Plan, 1974; Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plan, n.d.; IIT Student Insurance Plan, 1968-1969. Folder 4: Resolution for a Retirement Plan, 1942
Three souvenir items with IIT themes: 1) Black ceramic coffee mug with Mies van der Rohe image (head image in MTCC icons), 2) Triangular highlighter, with three different color pens, in black case with IIT triangle logo, 3) Clear plastic bag with McCormick Tribune Campus Center logo (icon of three people) in orange.
Manuscripts (unprocessed) and two fabric banners related to Illinois Institute of Technology.
Plastic coated paper book covers of the type frequently used by students to protect text books in the 1950s and 1960s. (Cover folds to accommodate books of various sizes).