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An invitation to the installment of Robert W. Galvin as Chairman of the Board, October 4, 1979
Miscellaneous printed materials relating to fraternities, jazz and golf collected by Robert Negele when he was a student at Illinois Institute of Technology in the mid-1940s. The collection also includes a commencement program and booklet about IIT's honor system.
- See photo in "Artifacts" drop file
The Robert Philip Gordon papers consist of the output of the professional career of architect, urban planner, artist, and Illinois Institute of Technology (Chicago) graduate Robert Philip Gordon. Materials include architectural sketches and plans, planning documents for urban and landscape projects, clippings and publications, and an extensive collection of original artwork.
Materials related to Rollin Dix, professor of mechanical engineering at Illinois Institute of Technology. Dix joined the engineering faculty in 1964 and retired in 2004 as Chairman of Mechanical, Materials and Aerospace Department, and as Associate Dean for Academic Computing. This collection relates to his research and academic projects while on faculty at Illinois Institute of Technology.
3 booklets of instructional materials for students, produced by Ron Gordon, bearing the titles 1) “Bel-Air Drive-In Theater,” 2003 2) “301 Taylor Power Station with New Moon,” 2003 3) “Basic Photographic Concepts for Architecture Students,” 2002
Admissions information about the ROTC program, including information about scholarships and financial aid.
Materials related to the Naval ROTC, Army ROTC, and Air Force ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corps) units at Illinois Institute of Technology. The Marine Corp is part of the Naval unit.
Materials related to ROTC events, including a program for NROTC and AFROTC Military Review/Parents Day on 19 April 1964 with a list of award recipients, an invitation and program for ROTC Spring Review on May 14, 2004 with guest of honor Rear Admiral Derwood C. Curtis. The program includes a list of participants and award recipients. The collection also include an invitation to NROTC Veterans Day commemoration, November 11, 2006.