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Army Specialized Training Program (Georgia School of Technology) Records

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Identifier: UA417
Abstract This collection chronicles the history, rules, regulations, students, and activities of the Army Specialized Training Program (ASTP) at the Georgia School (now Institute) of Technology from March 1943 to March 1944. A second layer of documents from 1968 analyzes and explains the original data from the 1940s.

Charles E. Littlejohn Papers

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Identifier: MS123
Abstract A participant in the Navy V-12 program, Charles E. Littlejohn graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1944 with a bachelor's degree in aeronautical engineering. His papers primarily include correspondence documenting his time at Georgia Tech.

Georgia Tech "Gold Star" Alumni and Student records

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Identifier: UA410
Abstract The "Gold Star" records and related projects began as initiatives of the Georgia Tech Alumni Association as a way to memorialize Tech alumni and students who had given their lives or had been taken as prisoners of war or had been declared missing in action during service in the United States Armed Forces from World War I to the Vietnam War. Primary focus is on World War II and the Vietnam War.

Georgia Tech "Gold Star" Alumni and Student Visual Materials

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Identifier: VAUA410
Abstract This collection contains photos of three Tech alumni who were killed in WWII or Vietnam. There are also photos of the Georgia Tech War Memorial Plaque and drawings of its design.

Georgia Tech Naval ROTC Scrapbook and Photograph Collection

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Identifier: VAC367
Abstract This collection contains clippings and photographs that document the Naval ROTC unit at Georgia Tech from its beginnings in 1926 through the late 1970s. Documentation is particularly thorough for the 1920s through the 1950s.

Harry L. Baker, Jr. Papers

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Identifier: MS385
Abstract This collection is made up of Baker's identification cards; one piece of correspondence to his daughters, which dates from World War II; a condolence letter to Baker's wife; his obituaries; and dedication programs for the Baker Building on the Georgia Tech campus, named in his honor. Baker's two diplomas from Emory University (Bachelor of Law 1961; Doctor of Law 1970) and a 1973 citation from the Georgia Tech Research Institute are also included in this collection.

John A. Griffin Progress Report of Georgia Tech's Part in the War

 Collection
Identifier: UA418
Abstract This 32-page report describes training and research programs undertaken at Georgia Tech during World War II.

Joseph M. Pettit Diary and Interview Transcript

 Collection
Identifier: MS387
Description The Joseph M. Pettit diary and interview transcript includes photocopies of Pettit's combined diary and research notebook compiled during his tour of duty during World War II, along with a transcript of an interview carried out by Alfred Price for his History of U.S. Electronic Warfare. Pettit's diary and interview provide details on his activities during World War II working with radar detection devices, particularly the monitoring of enemy radar and the training of personnel in the operation...

Robert W. Cook Papers

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Identifier: MS469
Overview Collection contains WWII correspondence written by Robert W. Cook and a DVD and index/summary of an oral history interview. In the interview, Cook discusses his family, education, involvement as a soldier in China and India, and experiences as a student at Georgia Tech after the war.

T Book

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Identifier: UA373
Abstract The T Book began in 1904 as an annual publication of the YMCA (Young Men's Christian Association) at the Georgia School of Technology. The T Book served as a student handbook. It contained information on Tech student services, activities, traditions, and customs, as well as information about the YMCA itself. The cessation of its publication coincided with YMCA's departure from campus circa the early 1970s.

Third United States Army Publication

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MF003
Abstract Formed in 1918, the Third United States Army was commanded by General George Patton during World War II. This report details the Third Army's crossing of the Rhine River in Germany.

Woodall-Matthews Papers

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Identifier: MS400
Abstract The Woodall-Matthews Papers consists primarily of the coursework of John Henry Woodall, Jr. (1917-2005) who graduated from Georgia Tech in 1938. Also included are coursework and training from his time spent in the Navy in the early 1940s. There is a small amount of material from Charles W. Matthews, Woodall's great-uncle and a 1904 graduate of Tech.

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