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Brittain, James E.



  • Existence: 1931-

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Engineering the New South Records

Identifier: MS032

Published as part of the centennial celebration of the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1985, Engineering the New South is the first comprehensive history of Georgia Tech. These records document the planning, research, and writing of the seminal volume by six faculty members of the Department of History, Technology, and Society.

Dates: 1905-1987 (bulk 1981-1985); Majority of material found within 1981 - 1985

Industrial Archaeology records

Identifier: UA452

The Industrial Archaeology records contain historical research, correspondence, maps, photographs, diagrams, and publications for a variety of industrial sites throughout the state of Georgia. These sites include: mills, canals, railways, bridges, factories, warehouses, and industrial machinery. The majority of the information and research is from the 1970s by Professor James E. Brittain while at Georgia Institute of Technology.

Dates: 1902 - 1994

Additional filters:

Architectural drawing. 1
Bridges 1
Buildings 1
Canals -- Georgia -- Augusta. 1
Engineering the New South 1
Factory buildings 1
Historic Preservation 1
Historic buildings -- Georgia. 1
Industrial Archaeology 1
Maps. 1