Students--Social life and customs
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Composite photograph of the members of the graduating class of 1936, Armour Institute of Technology (Chicago).
"Recollections of I.I.T - Class of 1949" by George A. O'Brien, an essay recalling his student experiences at Illinois Institute of Technology. The topics discussed include: "Lucky Sixty" early admission program, Army Student Training and Reserve Officer Training programs, Tech News, Chapin Hall, student life, Bronzeville, the Honor System, blue books (quiz books), test taking, fraternities, the Chicago stockyards, S. I. Hayakawa, E. Gately, Machinery Hall, Marvin Camras, Lenox Lohr.
Papers and books by Henry Holmquest on a number of topics, most from the 1940s and 1950s. Also contains one schoolbook from Holmquest’s time at Lewis Institute, and a self-created volume of his early publications.
This collection cosists of copies of Lewis Annual, the yearbook of the Lewis Institute, published almost every year of the Lewis Institute's existence. Yearbooks include information on the graduating class, clubs, student organizations, teams, academic departments, photographs and drawings, and sometimes articles about school activities.
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.