Georgia Institute of Technology. Library and Information Center
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This collection consists of photographs of students using library computers.
Abstract This collection consists of photographs of the interior of the Georgia Tech library.
Abstract This collection contains one photograph of Frances Newman. This is the same photograph that appeared in the 1924 Atlanta Constitution article announcing Miss Newman as the new librarian at Georgia Tech.
Abstract This collection contains images of Georgia Tech Library buildings, events, and employees through the years.
Collection — Box: 1
Abstract This collection contains photographs from the farewell party for Julia Zimmerman, former Associate Director of the Georgia Tech library. The party, held in July 1999, took place in the Bill Moore Student Success Center.
Collection — Box: 1
Abstract The photographs in this collection document the studio of sculptor Julian H. Harris and the 1987 exhibit at the Georgia Tech library commemorating his work.
Abstract The campus of Georgia Tech served as the Olympic Village for the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta. For Tech, the Olympic Village represented the single biggest construction project in the school's history. In addition to the construction of seven new dormitories, such as Sixth Street Apartments and Hemphill Avenue Apartments, Tech also acquired an aquatic center. Although the majority of the photographs are not dated, they all originated around the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games.
Collection — Box: Multi
Abstract This collection contains several photographs from Georgia Tech's Price Gilbert Memorial Library's Welcome Event for students. The photographs were taken at the beginning of the fall semester in August 2000.
Abstract This collection contains headshots of Richard Meyer as well as a few images related to his professional activities, 1982-1996.
Abstract This collection contains numerous photographs of students working on computers in the Georgia Tech library, with the assistance of Miriam Drake and Anne Tinker, former head of the Systems Department.