Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
Materials related to the Illinois Institute of Technology's 75th anniversary celebration in 1967-1968. Folder 1 contains materials related to alumni events, a schedule and reservation form for "Alumni Luncheon Series," and invitation to the All-Alumni Reunion. Folder 2 contains program and some additional information on 75th Anniversary Convocation May 1st, 1968
Materials related to alumni reunions and events hosted by Illinois Institute of Technology, including printed materials and photographs. Beginning in 1997, the annual event was titled AlumiFest.
Invites, schedules and other materials produced for the annual "Alumnifest" reunion and homecoming weekend. Materials for Alumnifest 2004-2008 are organized by year, and 2005 Alumnifest materials include a "Memory Book" with alumni bios.
Alumni event postcards and invites for alumni of the College of Architecture, 2000-2008
Drop file of various materials related to programs and activities of the IIT College of Architecture. Includes ArchIITecture (College of Architecture newsletter), annual lecture posters, information about speakers, exhibits, student open houses, award programs, etc.
Programs from 1968, 2000-20002 convocation ceremonies including speakers, honorary degree recipients. The 1968 ceremony was also the 75th Anniversary Convocation. The collection includes photographs of faculty and staff in academia robes at the 1968 convocation.
Invitations and programs for events hosted by the Faculty Club. Contents include: "University President, an original one act play in honor of Dr. and Mrs. J T Rettaliata," March 29, 1952, Reception and Dinner to bestow honorary membership on retiring members, Friday May 11, 1979, Summer Patio Party Invite, n.d., Reception and Dinner to bestow honorary membership on retiring members, Wednesday, April 28, 1982, A Dinner for Professors Emeriti, 1949.
This collection is organized into four series, the first containing correspondence between faculty members, as well as contacts outside of the Institute. After correspondence, Series Two includes various collections that reference events and services from campus. Series Three includes very detailed financial records detailing the transactions between the Institute and various service providers, while Series 4 contains records dealing directly with student accounts and finances.