Society of Women Engineers
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
These records contain administrative files, biographical information and materials relating to the database maintained by the Center for Information on Women in Engineering and to the Center's solicitation of papers of women engineers.
This collection consists of Helen E. Grenga's papers relating to the Georgia Tech chapter of the Society of Women Engineers, as well as her materials on women in engineering in general.
This collection consists of one photograph of Helen E. Grenga with a group of women, possibly the Georgia Tech chapter of the Society of Women Engineers.
The Lottye E. Miner papers consist of business and personal papers relating to Miner's activity as an electrical engineer in the United States and overseas, particularly with the firm of Miner and Miner.
Virginia Tucker (1910-1985) was a native North Carolinian and one of the first women to work for NACA (now NASA) in Langeley, Virginia beginning in 1935. She later moved on to work for the Northrop Corporation in Southern California as an aerospace engineer during the 1950s and 1960s. These pictures are primarily from her scrapbook, and are related to her personal life, work, and time with the Society of Women Engineers.