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Administrative files of the activities and events celebrating the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Bauhaus hosted by Illinois Institute of Technology (Chicago) in 1969.
Materials related to the Illinois Institute of Technology's 75th anniversary celebration in 1967-1968. Folder 1 contains materials related to alumni events, a schedule and reservation form for "Alumni Luncheon Series," and invitation to the All-Alumni Reunion. Folder 2 contains program and some additional information on 75th Anniversary Convocation May 1st, 1968
These materials were produced for a memorial event in honor or Robert W. Galvin and Robert A. Pritzker, held in S. R. Crown Hall on the campus of Illinois Institute of Technology on May 23, 2012. Collections includes the printed program of and dvd of the memorial event.
A Compilation of the Described Yeasts From 1952 to 1965 by Majorie Soyugenc and L. R. Hedrick (IIT biology department), a 23-page typed mimeograph with 6-page index. "The compilation was made possible by partial support from a United States Public Health Service Grant from the National Institutes of Health, Grant Number AI 04642."
Reprint of article co-authored by Sidney A. Guralnick and Tom Erber: "A General Phenomenology of Hysterisis" by T. Erber, S. A. Guralnick, and H. G. Latal; reprinted from Annals of Physics, Vol. 69, No. 1, Jan. 1972. Autographed by Guralnick.
"A Museum of the Chicago Bauhaus Movement" by Hans W. Wingler. A pamphlet describing a new archive in Berlin for Bauhaus material.
Research report, A Study of Long-Span Steel Roof Structures, by David C. Sharpe. Autographed on inside front cover by author, July 2003.
Materials related to academic advising and academic counseling services for students. Mostly for freshmen. 1) Student Counseling Services freshman advising program informational booklet, 1979 2) Handbook for Senior Counselors 3) Manual for Interpretation of Orientation Test Scores, by W C Krathwohl, 1942 with results of orientation test score 4) form for students to fill out for Faculty Advisors with academic information (blank)
Academic hood for Doctor of Engineering degree, Illinois Institute of Technology. Hood was made by E. R. Moor Co. and is in original packaging. Identified as "Extra" and "No. 90." Made of black silk shell with orange velvet hood trim (for Doctor of Engineering) and IIT's red and gray lining.
The hood was sent to architect William S. Ralph of Beloit, Wisconsin and returned to IIT by the same.
Brochures, booklets, informational publications, and miscellaneous materials concerning academic divisions and degree programs offered at Illinois Institute of Technology.