Armour Institute of Technology
An edited version of an essay published in 1937 in the Armour Engineer and Alumnus written by Walter Hendrcks. Three years later Armour Institute of Technology and Lewis Institute merged to create Illinois Institute of Technology.
A condensed form of an essay written after 1940 by Agness J. Kaufman who served as the Registrar of Lewis Institute for more than 20 years. She also served as the secretary to the school's director, George Noble Carman. Ms. Kaufman was a graduate of the University of Chicago with a degree in education. This essay was addressed to "Mr. Editor" and perhaps was authored for one of the early publications of Illinois Institute of Technology shortly after the 1940 merger of Lewis Institute and Armour Institute of Technology.
Illinois Institute of Technology
Essays and other material on the history of the university, which was formed in 1940 by the merger of Lewis Institute and Armour Institute of Technology.
Essays and information on persons associated with Lewis, Armour, and Illinois Institute of Technology.