Chicago-Kent College of Law
This collection is arranged into one chronological series and contains alumni directories from IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law, non- continuous, produced between the years 1907 and 2002. The Alumni Directories contain official lists of graduates from the years 1889 to 2002 (living graduates only at time of printing for each volume after 1969). These lists include students from Chicago College of Law, Kent College of Law, and Chicago-Kent College of Law
Chicago-Kent College of Law
The entire collection is arranged into 3 series, chronologically where possible, and consists of Annual Announcements/Bulletins of the IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law and its previous institutions. Many of the publications in this series are designated “Official” and pages are marked with handwritten corrections to dates and names. Several copies belonged to Dean Zacharias and include correction notices from alumni and other notes. Records from several years are missing or were not released, including 1909, 1924-1935, 1937-1940, 1942, 1943, 1952, 1959, 1960, 1963, and 1972
Chicago-Kent College of Law
The entire collection is arranged into one series, chronologically where possible, and includes 10 issues spanning the years 1916-1917. The March 1917 issue is mislabeled Volume 1, no. 8 but is actually No. 9
Chicago-Kent College of Law
The collection is arranged into three chronological series and incorporates information on events related to new buildings, including the dedication of the building at 77 South Wacker and the groundbreaking of the Downtown Campus Building. The bulk of paper material in the collection is information regarding the move to the Downtown Campus building
Chicago-Kent College of Law
The collection is arranged in chronological order into one series. The bulk of available issues are between the years of 2007-2013
Chicago-Kent College of Law
The Chicago-Kent News collection includes the first three issues of the publication, arranged into a single series in chronological order
Chicago-Kent College of Law
The Citations collection consists of alumni association newsletters produced between the years 1980-2000 and arranged into a single series. The alumni magazine was published biannually, though it is suspected that missing issues (Fall 1984, Fall 1986, Fall 1987) were not published
Chicago-Kent College of Law
The collection is arranged into 2 series and 6 subseries, chronologically where possible. The 75th Anniversary subseries includes two scrapbooks with correspondence from celebration invitees in the legal community, as well as newspaper clippings regarding events. The 80th Anniversary subseries includes proclamations from Mayor Richard J. Daley and Governor Otto Kerner declaring a “Chicago-Kent Day” in the city. The Centennial subseries consists of planning and publicity documents, as well as historical information on faculty, staff, and the history of the school, collected for planning purposes. The Centennial planning file also includes flyer and planning documents for the First Annual Charles E. Green Lecture in Law and Technology. The 125th Anniversary subseries includes print media created for anniversary events. The Celebrations series contains similar files for “Chicago-Kent Day” in 1961 and Dedication Year 1992, including programming planning files, as well as event ... Read More
Chicago-Kent College of Law
The Commencement Materials collection is arranged into two series, 'Programs, 1914-2012' and 'Invitations, 1905-1998'. The commencement ceremony programs for the Chicago-Kent College of Law include alphabetical lists of candidates for degrees. Programs are also a good source of information about other student awards and scholarships, as well as past commencement speakers
Chicago-Kent College of Law
The Commentator documents the growth and development of the Chicago-Kent College of Law over time, as well as many of the activities organized on campus. Also documented are dean and faculty promotions, several moves to new buildings, and notable alumni news. The Commentator collection is arranged into one series including the entirety of available issues, and organized chronologically by date instead of volume and issue number. Publication was not consistent for several years, and volume and issue numbers were often used incorrectly or in some cases were not used at all