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A. Harris Goldwasser Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS163

Abstract

A. Harris Goldwasser graduated from Georgia Tech in 1928 with a degree in Civil Engineering. These papers mainly consist of materials relating to the Georgia Tech Alumni Association's giving campaign, Roll Call, and Class of 1928 reunion information.

Dates

  • 1938-1985 (bulk 1978-1985)
  • Majority of material found within 1978 - 1985

Creator

Restrictions: Access

None.

Restrictions: Use

Permission to publish materials from this collection must be obtained from the Head of Archives and Special Collections.

Extent

0.4 Linear Feet

Scope and Contents

The A. Harris Goldwasser Papers contain correspondence relating to the Alumni Association's annual giving campaign, Roll Call. Also within this collection, there is information about the Class of 1928's 50th and 55th reunions, which took place in 1978 and 1983. In addition, the collection contains several Georgia Tech Alumni Magazines.

Biography of A. Harris Goldwasser

As a student at Georgia Tech, A. Harris Goldwasser played alto horn in the band and was a member of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. Goldwasser graduated in 1928 with a degree in civil engineering.

After graduation, Goldwasser worked for the Georgia Highway Department for several years and later joined the Federal Power Commission, now the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and the Peachtree Federal Credit Union in Atlanta.

Other Finding Aids

A print copy of this finding aid is available in the Georgia Tech Archives reading room.

Provenance

A. Harris Goldwasser donated these papers in 2001 (Accession #2001.072).

Separations

All photographs have been separated and catalogued as VAM163, A. Harris Goldwasser Photograph Collection. Artifacts have also been separated.

Processing Information

Jody Thompson processed these papers in 2002
Title
Inventory of the A. Harris Goldwasser Papers, 1938-1985 (bulk 1978-1985)
Subtitle
MS163
Status
completed
Author
Jody Thompson
Date
Copyright 2002.
Description rules
finding aid updated using rlg best practice guidelines for encoded archival description.
Language of description
Finding aid is written in English.

Repository Details

Part of the Special Collections and Archives, Library, Georgia Institute of Technology Repository

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