Contains 28 Collections and/or Records:
During the 140th Commencement Exercises at the University of Georgia, Judge Price Gilbert presented the Gilbert Memorial Infirmary to faculty and students. This collection contains Judge Gilbert's remarks on the occasion.
This report from the first term of the 1933-1934 school year focuses on student activities, such as student classes, sports, fraternities, and clubs.
This collection consists of a Georgia Tech Bookstore inventory from May 1936. The inventory is contained in an academic "blue book."
This undated Georgia Tech Alumni List, compiled by the Office of the Dean of Students, lists Georgia Tech alumni from 1908 until 1912.
This collection contains two copies of a memorial speech given on the death of Georgia Tech chemistry professor, Gilbert Hillhouse Boggs, in 1941.
On December 31, 1933, a meeting took place between Charles M. Snelling, chancellor of the University System, and college department heads from Georgia. During this meeting, the group discussed a possible statewide course coordination. This collection contains a report from Georgia Tech's mathematics department to Chancellor Snelling.
These records contain items relating to Georgia Tech's flight training program for students, including a memorandum from Dr. Marion Brittain to the Georgia Tech faculty advisory committee, discussing the importance of student participation. There are also several letters dealing with the Civil Aeronautics Authority in Washington, D. C.
This collection contains two 1925 transcript interviews regarding a Georgia Tech student, Raymond Luther Gamble. A professor, C. A. Jones, completed one transcript interview and the other transcript interviewer is unknown.
This collection contains H.L. Strickland's report card, dated 27 June 1900. The report card lists such information as his grades, classes, averages, and class ranking.
This collection consists of two Georgia Tech enrollment lists. One is from 1888-1908, which is a simple list of the number of students attending Georgia Tech for each of these years. The second list consists of a booklet from the 1904/1905 school year. The booklet includes information such as the student's name, class ranking, parent/guardian's name, and address.
These financial records, composed of bank receipts and correspondence dealing with Tech's capital campaign, date from the 1920s. Correspondents include Kenneth Matheson,Nathaniel Harris, and W. T. Perkerson.
The Marionettes Programs include two programs from the 1920 production of three one-act plays: "The Florist Shop," "Helena's Husband," and "The Rising of the Moon," and one program from the 1923 production of "Polly with a Past." There is also a copy of the officers' photograph published in the 1919 Blueprint yearbook.
This collection consists of several reports from the Committee on Education Objectives and Methods, such as "The Aims and Objectives of the Georgia Institute of Technology." Along with these reports, there are critiques from Georgia Tech's Social Sciences Department on the committee's findings.
The Georgia Tech decal is black, yellow, and white and reads, "Georgia Tech: A Rambling Wreck and a Helluva Engineer."
This collection contains a Georgia Tech insurance pamphlet for new employees. The pamphlet focuses on such items as group plans, accidental death, and surgical reimbursement benefits.
This collection consists of a single report, which discusses the semester system versus the quarter system. The report was written by Floyd Field in February 1936. This report also includes a small survey from other institutions, such as the University of Texas and Cornell University, on the quarter and semester systems.
This collection contains information regarding the first annual Southeastern Industrial Vision Congress, including a copy of a newspaper clipping from the Atlanta Constitution, dated November 14, 1948, and an address given by Charles T. McNary. The address discusses the benefits of a good vision program for employees working in industry.
This collection contains a conference brochure and notes from an address given by Lt. Gen. Leslie R. Groves.
This collection consists of a single-page schedule for Georgia Tech's irregular students for February 1917. The schedule lists the timetable for special, freshman, sopbomore, junior, and senior students. The names of the professors are listed at the bottom of the page.
The correspondence contains a typed request by F. S. Holliday to substitute Mechanical Engineering 148 for Mechanical Engineering 40. However, faculty member T. W. Fitzgerald denied Holliday's request. In Holliday's handwritten note, he wrote, "Not approved, because I understand ME 148, Industrial Relations, is a snap course."
The correspondence contains information regarding necessary changes to the graduation ceremonies at Georgia Tech. Bunger requested such changes as the date, time, and location of the ceremonies.
This collection contains two copies of a letter from Clyde Orr, Jr., chair of the Statutes Committee, to Dr. Vernon Crawford, Acting President of Georgia Tech. The correspondence deals with the relationship between the "Joint Statement on Rights and Freedoms of Students" and the "Statutes of the Georgia Institute of Technology."
This collection contains a single piece of correspondence from the Georgia Tech faculty to the Georgia Tech Board of Trustees. The correspondence is concerned with a formal request for group insurance for faculty and staff, and it outlines a plan that had been presented to the faculty by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company.
The Harvey West Correspondence contains a typed request from West to the Georgia Tech faculty. He asked the faculty to consider having student dances on campus. Within the correspondence, there are handwritten notes from H. A. C. (otherwise unidentified) and Georgia Tech's President, Dr. Marion Brittain. President Brittain denied West's request.
In this correspondence, Assistant Professor Jackson recommended a change in the Civil Engineering curriculum. He recommended that certain students be exempt from the civil engineering curriculum and be allowed to substitute other courses with the same credit hours. There are also several handwritten names and notes on the correspondence.
This collection contains a single WSB radio script from a program aired on May 18, 1939. The script documents a roundtable discussion held by three Georgia Tech professors on ceramic engineering, entitled "Ceramic Georgia, Present and Future."
This collection contains a single resume with numerous recommendations from Chapman's past employers.
This collection contains evaluations, which were produced by the Registrar's Office in March 1948. These evaluations compare the course subject content in a semester system versus a quarter system.