Georgia Tech Special Collections and Archives
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The University Archives document the history and development of the Georgia Institute of Technology and its faculty, staff, students, and alumni. Collections in this archive contain the records of Georgia Tech’s administrative offices, educational programs, standing bodies of the faculty and staff, extracurricular organizations, and more. Materials include student and university publications, visual materials, commencement records, meeting minutes, correspondence, and memorabilia that evidence the traditions and creative output of Georgia Tech.
Special Collections offer a broad array of subject based collecting areas that further enrich and highlight the experience of faculty, staff, and students at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Current collecting areas include a large science fiction collection and records of textile mills and architecture firms in the Southeast.
Accessing the Collections
Georgia Tech Special Collections and Archives are open Monday-Friday, 9-5. Materials must be viewed during business hours in the Neely Room, 1st Floor, Price Gilbert Memorial Library.
Please note that materials are offsite and must be requested at least 24 hours in advance. Any request made after 3pm on Friday will be available on Monday.