Found in 68 Collections and/or Records:
Printed brochure published by Illinois Institute of Technology showing the "Campus Plan" (buildings and grounds design) done by architect Alfred S. Alschuler. The campus development proposal included buildings to be used by IIT and Armour Research Foundation.
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
16 sets of architectural drawings, blueprints, and plat maps.
Maps of campus mainly produced by the Admissions Office for campus tours, arranged chronologically 1) Campus Maps, 1963-1965 2) Campus Map, 1971 3) IIT Guide (Maps), 1973-1976 4) Campus Map, n.d. 5) Campus Map, n.d.
This collection includes drawings, plans, blueprints, and other materials stored in the East Map Case. These materials are not all from the same source, nor are they a coherent collection by any factor other than that they are all stored together. See folder listings for an inventory of the items in this collection.
Four associated informational brochures on topics related to campus revitalization activities ca. 2000, both physical and academic. Item listing includes: Renewing the Mies van der Rohe Campus, The IIT Challenge Campaign, Student Scholarship Support (includes Camras NEXT program), and Preparing Global Leaders of America (includes IPRO program).