Georgia Institute of Technology. Presidents
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of photographs of President Arthur G. Hansen during his time in office at Georgia Tech and slightly after, as president at Purdue University. It also contains photos of billboards for Georgia Tech's radio station, WGST, around Atlanta.
The early presidents of Georgia Tech were influential in shaping the character of the institution and determining its future. Materials contained within this collection include correspondence, press releases, school records, maps and architectural drawings from the presidencies of Lyman Hall, Kenneth G. Matheson, Marion L. Brittain, and Blake R. Van Leer.
This collection consists of numerous photographs of Georgia Tech President Blake Van Leer while in office (1944-1956), but there is also one photograph of William Alexander, Georgia Tech football coach from 1920 to 1944. Several photographs were found in an envelope marked Gasper-Ware Studio (876 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta).
This collection includes speeches, lectures, and presentations given by G. Wayne Clough, during his tenure as the tenth President of the Georgia Institute of Technology (1994-2008). The collection exists only in its original digital form.
This collection consists of the outgoing correspondence of Lyman Hall, President of the Georgia Institute of Technology from 1896-1905, from the first eight years of his presidency.
This collection contains photographs used by Institute Communications and Public Affairs at Georgia Tech for marketing and publications. Some photographs are historical images, but most are from approximately 1980-1998 and pertain to events at Georgia Tech during that time period.
These records cover the two-year period during which Arthur G. Hansen was President of Georgia Tech (1969-1971), as well as the last three to five year period of the administration of President Edwin D. Harrison. These papers include administrative and personal correspondence as well as financial files.
The Crecine records contain files documenting the day-to-day operations of the upper administration of Georgia Tech from the years prior to Crecine's Presidency through his last year in office.
Serving as Georgia Tech's sixth president from 1957-1969, Edwin Harrison saw the school through integration, unprecedented campus expansion, nuclear energy research, and the school's 75th anniversary. Materials relating to these subjects and many others include correspondence, architectural plans, institutional and departmental reports, meeting minutes and newspaper clippings.
The photographs in this collection depict the Edison Foundation Conference on Cooperative Education, attended by President Harrison, and aerial views of the Southern Technical Institute and Naval Air Station.
This collection documents the personal and family life of Blake Ragsdale Van Leer and Ella Wall Van Leer, their children, and their grandchildren.
- Type: Collection X
- Annual reports. 2
- College presidents -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 2
- Correspondence. 2
- School buildings -- Design and construction. 2
- Universities and colleges -- Georgia -- Atlanta -- Administration. 2
- Advertising, Outdoor -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 1
- Atlanta (Ga.) -- History. 1
- Billboards -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 1
- Christmas cards. 1
- College buildings -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 1
- College integration -- Georgia -- Atlanta -- History. 1
- College publicity. 1
- Commencement ceremonies -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 1
- Computer science -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 1
- Diaries. 1
- Education -- United States. 1
- Electronic documents. 1
- Engineering -- Research. 1
- Genealogy. 1
- Greek letter societies -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 1
- Lectures. 1
- Nuclear physics -- Research -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 1
- Personal correspondence. 1
- Photographs. 1
- Scrapbooks. 1
- Scripts (documents). 1
- Speeches. 1
- Streets -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 1
- Universities and colleges -- Public relations. 1
- Universities and colleges -- United States. 1
- Women in engineering. 1
- Women volunteers -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 1 ∧ less...