Civil Engineering Building

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1947 (demolished 1972)
3420 South Federal Street

Built as part of a 1947 Federal Works Agency project to provide facilities for veterans of World War II. This building was demolished after its activities were moved to Stuart Hall in 1972.

Formerly/Also Known As: Drafting Room Annex (1947), Temporary Building No. 2 (1947), Psychology Building (1948-1953), Civil Engineering Laboratory

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Names:
Temporary Building No. 2: "Five Temporary, Two Permanent Buildings Double Class Space," Technology News, September 23, 1947, 1.
Drafting Room Annex: Illinois Institute of Technology, Graduate School Bulletin (1948), 3.
Psychology: Illinois Institute of Technology, IIT Directory (1948).
Civil Engineering Laboratory: Illinois Institute of Technology, Office of the President, Annual Report of the President, 1953-54 (Chicago: Illinois Institute of Technology, 1954).
Civil Engineering Building: Illinois Institute of Technology, Your Guide to Technology Center, (Chicago: Illinois Institute of Technology, 1957).

Dates:
Illinois Institute of Technology, Graduate School Bulletin (1948), 3. 
Illinois Institute of Technology, Building and Grounds Committee of the Board of Trustees, Building and Grounds Committee of the Board of Trustees Minutes of Meeting, August 1, 1972, 1.

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