World War, 1914-1918
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Armin L. Schreiber papers, 1916-1917
Four items related to Armin L. Schreiber, who attended Armour Institute of Technology ca. 1917. Items include: an unsigned copy of his thesis "Power Consumption Test of a Bascule Bridge" (co-written with Stewart N. Miller); leather bound 1917 AIT commencement program/booklet (2 copies); photo of Schreiber in World War I uniform; fraternity plaque with Tau Beta Pi key symbol and reading "A. I. T. 1917."
Armour Institute of Technology photographs, 1905-1936
Frank W. Gunsaulus papers, 1906-1921
John M. Rise papers, 1918 & 1958
U. S. Army discharge papers - a 1918 "Copy for the American Red Cross File" and a 1958 "Certificate in lieu of lost of destroyed discharge" - for Private John M. Rise, 3 457 282. Inducted Oct. 21, 1918; honorably discharged Dec. 9, 1918. Also what appears to be the panorama-type photo of his unit (photo cannot be unrolled and viewed).
Lewis Institute records, 1827-1984
Russell Walker photographs, 1917
Scans of a photograph album showing images of military training activities at Armour Institute of Technology during World War I. The photograph album was made by Russell Walker, one of the program's enrollees. The scans include identification as marked on the original pages by Walker. The scanned pages contain a total of 25 photos.
Student Army Training Corps photograph, 1918
Black and white panoramic photograph of Armour Institute of Technology Student Army Training Corps, Nov. 5, 1918. The photo shows ca. 250 men in military uniform including ca. 48 seamen, one of whom is Seaman Eugene B. Mueser.