J. Walter Estes, a member of the class of 1904, collected these photographs of his classmates.
These papers include correspondence, printed material, and newsclippings, primarily documenting the 1951 reunion of the Class of 1901. Also included are certificates certifying J. Wayne Moore, Jr. to practice engineering in Florida and Georgia, and land surveying in Georgia.
This collection contains photographs of the Class of 1901, the Insubordinate Seniors, from their senior year and subsequent reunions.
The James Herty Lucas papers include newspaper clippings relating to Georgia Tech, a Tech dance invitation, a pamphlet on the engineer William States Lee, and three undated typewritten histories of civil, structural, and highway engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
This collection mainly consists of certificates and memorabilia that Logan obtained during his student years at Georgia Tech or during his visits back to Tech as an alumnus.
Athletic ephemera, newspapers, and game programs belonging to Louis Jacot Martin, a 1929 graduate of Georgia Tech, and later an assistant coach for the Golden Tornado (now Yellow Jacket) football team.
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 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.
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.
This collection is largely made up of materials from Kytle's time at Georgia Tech, 1932 through 1936. Included are an address book, three issues of the T Book, a pair of tickets to President Roosevelt's speech on campus, three issues of the Technique, commencement and baccalaureate programs from June 1936, and a 1936 tuition receipt, as well as a program from the YMCA State Student Conference from 1936. Among the later materials is a 50th Anniversary directory for the class of 1936.
This bound volume consists of a single typewritten alphabetical list of World War I rehabilitation students created from earlier sources during 1968-1969 and 1969-1970 by the Director of Registration and Records at the time, William F. Leslie.
This volume is a signature register of Georgia Tech students. Originally a record of honor pledges, each entry in the volume includes the student's signature, post office, birth place and date, class entered, date of entrance, parent or guardian, time and manner of leaving (withdrawal or graduation date), and remarks.
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 records of the United States Army School of Military Aeronautics, in session from 1917 to 1918 on the Georgia School of Technology (Georgia Tech) campus in Atlanta, Georgia. Records include the articles of agreement, weekly reports, course descriptions, and staff and payroll lists.
This collection contains a single volume of outgoing correspondence, grades, class standings, examination schedules and other notes, kept by the Secretary of the Faculty, Thomas Pettus Branch, from 1898 to 1905.
The Georgia Tech Sigma Xi Club was founded in 1946 and installed as a chapter of the national society of Sigma Xi in 1953. These photographs document club events during the early years of its existence at Georgia Tech.
The Georgia Tech Sigma Xi Club was founded in 1946 and installed as a chapter of the national Society of the Sigma Xi in 1953. This honor society for science and engineering supports research, programs, and activiites. The records include correspondence, constitutions and by-laws, meeting minutes, and printed materials pertaining to the founding of the club and the research committee's activities.
This collection contains a single letter from the Georgia Tech deans and department heads notifying the campus of the smoking policy for both faculty and students.
The volumes in this collection document the requirements and curricula of the School of Information and Computer Science at Georgia Tech during the 1970s and 1980s.
This volume is a handwritten directory of Georgia Tech students. Each entry in the volume includes the student's last name, first and middle initials, class, city address, name and address of parent or guardian, and the county. A column labelled "Sec." includes notations, possibly by the Secretary of the Faculty or the Registrar, indicating the student's major and/or withdrawal date.
The Student Examinations and Papers Collection includes exams and academic papers from different departments and schools throughout campus, such as the English, Physics, and Mathematics departments.
This collection contains the annual reports and minutes of the Student Council (later the Student Government Association) from the 1960s at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
The handbooks in Series 1 describe programs and activities available for undergraduate students, while Series 2 contains guides specifically intended for graduate students at Georgia Tech. Handbooks for students in specific fields are found in Series 3.
The volumes in this collection contain copies of outgoing correspondence covering the day-to-day operations and transactions of the shops at the Georgia School of Technology.
The T Book began in 1904 as an annual publication of the YMCA (Young Men's Christian Association) at the Georgia School of Technology. The T Book served as a student handbook. It contained information on Tech student services, activities, traditions, and customs, as well as information about the YMCA itself. The cessation of its publication coincided with YMCA's departure from campus circa the early 1970s.
The Yellow Jacket is a college journal in which articles, essays, and poems by Georgia Tech students, faculty, or alumni were published. The Archives holds a few issues from The Georgia Tech, the title of the journal from 1894 to 1908, as well as volumes 14 through 19 of The Yellow Jacket, covering the years 1910 to 1916.
The Thomas W. Jennings papers consist of two physics laboratory notebooks and one athletics ticket book owned by Thomas Whitfield Jennings, a 1930 Civil Engineering graduate of Georgia Tech.
This collection consists of Georgia Tech admissions catalogs, containing information on qualifications and deadlines for admission; campus life at Georgia Tech; brief descriptions of academic programs, freshman courses, and undergraduate degrees; admission policies and procedures; and financial aid.
This collection documents the personal and family life of Blake Ragsdale Van Leer and Ella Wall Van Leer, their children, and their grandchildren.
This collection contains material compiled by Vincent Zarzaca during his time as a student at Georgia Tech, including several receipts and letters about housing, information about purchasing a class ring, registration documents, and a faculty-student directory.
Fifty years after attending Georgia Tech, Walter Boyd wrote a manuscript about the various "firsts" that occurred during his years at Tech (1908-1913). This collection includes his manuscript document as well as correspondence concerning the document.
The WGST records document the history of the station, from its founding to its eventual sale, spanning a total of 52 years. Administrative files in Series 1 document the daily operations, lawsuits, and sale of the radio station. The studio logs of Series 2 provide detailed lists of the station's programming, advertising, and public service announcements for the period from 1940 to 1970.
This collection consists of alphabetical rosters of woodshop students at Georgia Tech, recording examination and term grades, the number of hours due, and other student records.