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Dean and Director of Libraries records

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Identifier: UA306
Abstract The records include correspondence, annual reports, and statistical data containing information relating to library staff and faculty, Georgia Tech colleges and schools, library associations and vendors, and other administrative matters concerning the operation of the Georgia Tech Library and Information Center.

Dorothy M. Crosland Papers

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Identifier: MS001
Abstract Dorothy Murray Crosland served as librarian of Georgia Tech from 1927 until 1953, when she assumed the title of director of libraries, the position she held until her retirement in 1971. Her principal achievements during her long tenure were the construction of the Price Gilbert Memorial Library and Crosland Tower (previously Graduate Addition). She also played an instrumental role in the admission of women to Georgia Tech and in the development of a graduate program in information science....

Georgia Tech Library Visual Materials

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Identifier: VAUA409
Abstract This collection contains images of Georgia Tech Library buildings, events, and employees through the years.

Laura Hammond Papers

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Identifier: MS159
Abstract Laura Hammond was an early librarian at Georgia Tech. These papers consist of a variety of her correspondence during her tenure, as well as addresses and speeches she gave at professional meetings.

Librarian's Reports

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Identifier: MS064
Abstract A dedicated room for Georgia Tech's library was first established in 1899, and the first librarian, Madge Flynn, was hired in 1901. From these humble beginnings, the library grew steadily over the years. These reports include monthly summaries of finances and activities to the president and library committee from librarians Madge Flynn and her successor, Laura Hammond.

Library Book Shower Records

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MF002
Abstract The Library Book Shower was held on November 22, 1907 to raise funds and solicit book donations for the new Carnegie Library. The records include publicity, calling cards, invitation, and correspondence from invited guests.