Community development, Urban
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Materials related to "Bronzeville Design Symposium: The Impact of Design on Urban Communities," held at Illinois Institute of Technology October 29-30, 1999. Project was a joint activity of IIT, the College of Architecture, and Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Oversize mounted posters used in connection with the campus redevelopment program at Illinois Institute of Technology in the 1990s. Lesser numbers of the posters deal with the development of the Bronzeville neighborhood on Chicago's South Side adjacent to the university's campus, and the university's downtown campus. Posters group into five series: I) Main Campus II) Landscaping III) McCormick Tribune Campus Center IV) Downtown Campus V) Chicago South Side Development
Two class project reports done by students in the Department of City and Regional Planning at Illinois Institute of Technology, both dated May, 1975. One is "Beverly Shores, Indiana: A Planning Proposal" for graduate level class CRP 512, Prof. Erdmann Schmocker; 56 pages. The other is "A Planning Analysis of Joliet, Illinois" for classes CRP 310 and 314, Instructor C. Frederick Tolson; 50 pages.
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.
The papers of Willard Hotchkiss in his role as President of Armour Institute of Technology, Chicago, 1932-1937.