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Scrapbook assembled by Norman Frank Kimball, a 1912 graduate in Mechanical Engineering (B.S.) from the Armour Institute of Technology. 28 pages filled with photographs, programs, and dance cards, mainly illustrating Kimball's activities as a student at Armour, with some items illustrating his family in Wisconsin. Items date from 1908 through 1912.
This collection includes photographs in various formats depicting university-related activities and events. Binder indentification, per binder spine labels, is transcribed at the series level.
Printed label (gray on black) for a 1950 reissue of a 1926 Paramount Records phonograph 78 rpm disc titled "Lovin's Been Here and Gone to Mecca Flats" by Jimmie Blythe. Label appears not to have been used. Marked as follows: Paramount/Electrically Recorded/14019 B/Piano Solo/Lovin's Been Here and/Gone to Mecca Flats/(blithe)/Jimmie/Blythe/335/The New York Laboratories - Port Washington, Wis Trade Mark Registered.
Thirty-two letters, mostly from Philip D. Armour, Sr. to Frank Miles who was apparently an agent of Armour & Co. The letters discuss Miles' travels to various Armour packing houses where he did inspections and set prices.
Aerial photographs and photographs of plans and models concerning the post-World War II planned redevelopment of Chicago's South Side. See item listing for description of specific images. Also included are a small number of copies of photographs from other sources.