A. Harris Goldwasser graduated from Georgia Tech in 1928 with a degree in Civil Engineering. These papers mainly consist of materials relating to the Georgia Tech Alumni Association's giving campaign, Roll Call, and Class of 1928 reunion information.
The Bobby Dodd Papers include correspondence, speech materials, sports programs, scrapbooks, awards, and other office files belonging to and/or related to the celebrated former head coach of the Georgia Tech football team.
This collection contains photographs illustrating both professional and personal events in Bobby Dodd's life. Photographs include images of Dodd as a child and young man, images from his time at Georgia Tech, as well as images from after his retirement.
This collection consists of scrapbook pages containing newspaper clippings from Georgia Tech's 1931-1932 football season.
This collection contains photographs of Georgia Tech locations, student activities, surrounding Atlanta locations, historic images, and artwork.
The Edward B. Van Voorhees Visual Materials Collection contains black and white negatives and photographs illustrating Georgia Tech student life and activities, 1939-1943. There are many images of Georgia Tech dances, an NROTC summer cruise, initiations by various student organizations, and student life in general. The negatives have been scanned and the digital images are available for viewing.
Ella Cliff Kiser, a young woman who lived on Spring Street and attended Georgia Tech's baseball and football games, kept a scrapbook documenting those teams from 1910 through 1912.
Emory Rumble, a member of the class of 1926, collected the programs in this collection as both an undergraduate and an alumnus.
This collection contains an oversized advertisement and a 1931 Georgia Tech football schedule.
The materials in this collection consist of football game charts created by sports writer Frank A. Kopf for The Atlanta Journal. Each chart is for a separate Georgia Tech game, and details every play made during that game. The charts range in date from 1927 to 1934.
This collection consists of a letter written in 1988 from Frederic Coleman Channell, Jr., one of Frank Waddey's football teammates at Tech, to Waddey, a copy of the "Georgia Tech's Golden Tornado: Champions 1928" tribute book, and a newspaper article about the 1929 Rose Bowl game.
This collection consists of two Georgia Tech football programs, a ticket to a Georgia Tech-Florida game, a program for a Kappa Sigma Fraternity banquet, and a booklet on electricity.
The photographs in this collection, collected by George C. Griffin, relate to all aspects of Georgia Tech and its history, including students, faculty, administrators, alumni, sports, traditions, and buildings. This collection is particularly strong in athletic and alumni photographs from the first half of the 20th century. Nearly 600 of these images are available for online viewing.
This collection contains black and white photographs used in the Georgia Tech Alumnus magazine, 1927-1975. The collection documents activities at Georgia Tech with photographs of students, athletics, events, faculty, research, alumni, and Tech buildings.
This collection consists of three Athletic Hall of Fame certificates for football, two from 1955 and one from 1964.
This collection brings together all of the published football programs, media guides, prospectuses, and other printed material published by Georgia Tech on the football program at the Institute.
This collection consists of several copies of a booklet titled "Georgia Tech's Golden Tornado: Champions 1928," as well as newspaper clippings on the subject of the 1928 Tech Yellow Jackets football team.
This booklet contains a compilation of articles that appeared mainly in the Atlanta newspapers on the various games played by the 1951 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football team.
This collection consists of three souvenir programs from the 1920 banquet held in honor of Georgia Tech's football team, known as the "Golden Tornado."
This collection is made up of recruitment letters, schedules, and itineraries for the Georgia Tech football team, dating from the mid-1920s.
History 4876 ("Special Topics in History") is a class offered in the Ivan Allen College of Management, Policy, and International Affairs. This collection contains final papers from Spring 1999.
The James Herty Lucas Visual Materials contains five photographs and three postcards. All items relate to Georgia Tech. Lucas was an alumni and professor of Highway and Civil Engineering at Tech.
This collection contains photographs separated from the J.D. Brewster, Jr. Papers. There are images of college students, the Georgia Tech Football Team, and people at Georgia Tech Alumni Atlanta Club events.
This collection contains loose photographs and a scrapbook filled with photos and memorabilia from Logan's time at Georgia Tech. The items document student life, athletics, and other activities of students at Georgia Tech from 1910-1914.
This collection contains memorabilia and a photocopy of a scrapbook dating mainly from Noye Nesbit's time as a student at Georgia Tech. The memorabilia relates mostly to the Tech football team; the photocopy of the scrapbook contains photographs, newspaper clippings, programs, and a poem documenting Nesbit's life as a Tech student and as a soldier in World War I.
This collection contains images related to Georgia Tech football coaches and teams.
Robert B. Wallace graduated from Georgia Tech in 1949 and served as the Director of Information Services and Publications. He authored three books, including a history on Georgia Tech entitled Dress Her in White and Gold. These papers are comprised of the book manuscript, information on campus building names, and nominations for the Sports Illustrated Silver Anniversary All-America Award.
Robert Deaver Neill graduated from Georgia Tech in 1943 with a degree in either Industrial Management or Electrical Engineering. While a student at Georgia Tech, he was a member of the Alpha Phi Omega fraternity and Navy R.O.T.C. This collection contains silver gelatin prints, which were taken and developed by Robert Neill or photographer John T. Moore of Seneca, South Carolina.
The Scottish Rite Football Classic Award was an annual tradition benefiting Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. The collection consists of two certificates from the football classic.
This collection consists of a single scrapbook containing newspaper clippings detailing each game of the 1928-1929 Georgia Tech football season.
This collection contains images of the floats in 1929 Tournament of Roses Parade.
The photographs in this collection document the life of William Alexander during his college days at Georgia Tech (1906-1912) through the late 1940s.
William E. Fincher was a Georgia Tech football player and alumnus. His papers include three Southern Football Officials Association Rule Books.
This collection consists of one bound volume containing issues of the Yellow Jacket Confidential. These newsletters served to update Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football fans after bowl games, spring practice games, and all regular-season games of the team.