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Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station ribbon-cutting ceremony video, 2012

 Collection
Identifier: 011.09.04
Description of the Collection

Video of Perfect Power "Smart EV (Electric Vehicle) Charging Station" ribbon-cutting ceremony at Illinois Institute of Technology (Chicago), March 18, 2012. Speakers include Mohammad Shahidehpour, Alan Cramb, Steve Jones (from Eaton Electricity), and Ken Adams (from 350Green).

Dates: 2012

IIT Day on Capitol Hill collection, 2008

 Collection
Identifier: 039.01.45
Description of the Collection Twenty-one foam core poster boards, containing texts, diagrams and images illustrating IIT's research contributions to important national interests. These poster boards served to anchor the talking points of IIT President John Anderson as he addressed various members of the Illinois Congressional delegation in Washington, D.C. on April 29, 2008.This poster board collection contains summary boards that broadly sketch an entire area of research activity. These are each matched...
Dates: 2008

Materials Fatigue slides, 1970

 Collection
Identifier: 000.01.05
Description of the Collection

35 mm slides, apparently representing three unrelated sets as follows: 1) Graphs showing results of a scientific experiment probably used in a lecture or presentation on materials fatigue (56 slides), 2) Color images of a precision steel tool or cutting device (38 slides), 3) A camper-type trailer, perhaps a mobile laboratory, color, slide mounts dated 1970 (6 slides).

Dates: 1970

Snow Cruiser expansion collection, 1937-1939

 Collection
Identifier: 031.02.05
Description of the Collection Miscellaneous materials about the Snow Cruiser, primarily a 28-page photocopy of The Snow Cruiser: The Story of Its Conception and Construction and the Part it Will Play in the Expedition of the United States Antarctic Service by Alexander Schreiber, Public Relations Counsel, Research Foundation of Armour Institute of Technology (Project No. 1-89 [?]) Copyright 1939, Armour Research Foundation. Also miscellaneous news clippings. The following item was added to this collection by C....
Dates: 1937-1939

Snow Cruiser film, 1939

 Collection
Identifier: 031.10.09
Description of the Collection Black and white silent film: From Armour Institute to Little America - With Byrd and Poulter. Probably produced by Armour Research Foundation for promotional purposes. Contains only a few feet of footage of the Cruiser being driven down a street (probably from Pullman shops to Grant Park). Also contains footage of the plane taking off from unidentified airport. Balance of film is apparently stock footage added to suggest the Cruiser's transport to Antarctica. 1998.29.a 16 mm film reel (copy...
Dates: 1939

Snow Cruiser in Popular Mechanics, 1939

 Collection
Identifier: 031.02.07
Description of the Collection

Issue of Popular Mechanics (October, 1939, Vol. 72, No. ) with cover image (color drawing) and article on the Snow Cruiser explaining how the retractable wheels work. Includes illustrations. Pages 494, 495, and 151A.

Dates: 1939

Snow Cruiser Photos, Elbert M. Decker, 1939

 Collection
Identifier: 031.08.05
Abstract

The Snow Cruiser was an experimental vehicle built in 1939 by Armour Research Foundation for use by Adm. Byrd on his third Antarctic Expedition.

Dates: 1939

Snow Cruiser stamp cover, 1941

 Collection
Identifier: 031.02.08
Description of the Collection Cancelled stamp cover commemorating the Snow Cruiser's arrival at the South Pole; cancellation dated May 6, 1941, Boston, Mass. Cover shows drawing of Snow Cruiser with plane mounted on top. Markings: on obverse: The Snow Cruiser Reaches the South Pole/Defense plans halted/Byrd Antarctic Expedition III/in south polar regions/Lat. 78 degrees 30' S. Long. 163 degrees 30' W./Research Foundation of the Armour Institute of Technology. On reverse: Registered No. 6932/Carried from Little America by...
Dates: 1941

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