A. Harris Goldwasser graduated from Georgia Tech in 1928 with a degree in Civil Engineering. This collection contains photographs of the Class of 1928 during homecoming.
This collection includes photographs of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity at Georgia Tech. These photographs document the social history of the fraternity during the mid-1940s.
This collection contains photographs from a few ASME-Atlanta events and awards presentations as well as images of some ASME-Atlanta individuals.
These photographs have been separated from the professional papers of E. Jo Baker, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology. One campus scene and one photograph of a group of students at the Capitol Building in Georgia are the highlights of this collection.
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.
The Bulletin was a Tech publication, which began about 1901. This publication has had numerous forms, such as the General Catalog, the Student Handbook, and the Cooperative Bulletin. This collection contains images of campus buildings, laboratories, and equipment from various periods of the Institute's history.
This collection contains Georgia Tech campus photographs which were taken during snow precipitation in 1914 and 1936.
This collection consists of a single photograph of Bertha Lamme, the second woman in the United States to graduate college with an engineering degree.
Chester Gavin was a member of the class of 1940. These photographs depict individuals and groups from a much earlier time period.
This collection contains one black and white photograph of the dedication of the Chi Epsilon key monument on the Georgia Tech campus in September 1945.
Chipman-Union Mill was formed by the merger of Charles Chipman's Sons Company, Inc. and Union Manufacturing Company. These photographs document the history of the mill.
This collection contains two scrapbooks with photos from events hosted by the Co-op Club: the "Miss Perfect Lips" Dance, blood drives, casino nights, ski trips, and initiation ceremonies, as well as one single picture of the 1996-1997 Co-op Club taken for the 1997 edition of the Blueprint.
This collection contains photographs and architectural drawings from the College of Architecture relating to architecture classes and projects as well as materials related to Tech buildings, particularly those designed by Bush-Brown, Gaily, and Heffernan.
This collection consists of photographs of students using library computers.
This collection consists of photographs of the interior of the Georgia Tech library.
This collection contains photographs of DramaTech productions. Photographs include images of set construction, rehearsals, cast and crew, and scenes from productions.
Ed Lafitte was a member of the Georgia Tech baseball team in 1906-1907. This collection consists of one photograph of Lafitte in his Georgia Tech baseball uniform.
This collection includes one folder, containing a graduation photograph of Edward L. Darling, Jr., a postcard from a friend in Savannah, and a photograph of the 1925 Anak Society members.
This collection contains photographs separated from the Edwin Rembert DuBose, Sr. Papers. It includes photographs from 1928 to 1998 and contains snapshots taken while traveling with the Georgia Tech Alumni Association, photographs and snapshots from class reunions, snapshots sent to DuBose in Christmas cards (mostly of alumni events), photos of Tech students, personal photos, and official military photographs.
This collection consists of photographs and slides documenting the design, construction, and renovation of numerous buildings and other construction projects on the campus of the Georgia Institute of Technology. Digital materials are available at http://hdl.handle.net/1853/67354.
This collection contains one photograph of Frances Newman. This is the same photograph that appeared in the 1924 Atlanta Constitution article announcing Miss Newman as the new librarian at Georgia Tech.
This collection contains architectural drawings and architectural photographs from Francis Palmer Smith, Henry Howard Smith, and the partnership of Robert Smith Pringle and Francis Palmer Smith. Project types include commercial, residential, medical, religious, and academic buildings.
This collection contains photographs depicting the Georgia Tech campus and dormitory life during the early twentieth century. The description of the photographs provided is identical to that written on the images.
This collection contains over 100 photographs that document the construction of the Tallulah Falls Dam, the early days of football at the Georgia School of Technology, and the boarding of military troop transport ships. Family photographs and a photo album make up the remainder of the collection.
The photographs in this collection include images of Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills' buildings and environs, employees, and machinery.
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.
The photographs within this collection contain images depicting the history of the Georgia Tech Alumni Association, which began in 1898. The collection focuses mainly on alumni and past football coaches.
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.
The Athletic Association is an independent, non-profit organization that manages Georgia Tech's sports programs. All of the photographs, except for one, are team pictures of the Georgia Tech football team between 1919 and 1938.
This collection contains photos from the first round of the 1991 NCAA basketball tournament, Georgia Tech vs. DePaul University.
This collection contains photographs published in the Georgia Tech Engineer from 1938 to 1967, mainly depicting laboratories and technical subjects.
The Georgia Tech Faculty Women's Club, formerly known as the Georgia Tech Woman's Club, was founded in 1921 as a social and service organization for the wives of faculty members and administrators. Later the Club expanded to include women faculty members and administrators.This collection includes loose photographs removed from scrapbooks in the Georgia Tech Faculty Women's Club Records (UA301).
This collection contains images of Georgia Tech Library buildings, events, and employees through the years.
This collection contains clippings and photographs that document the Naval ROTC unit at Georgia Tech from its beginnings in 1926 through the late 1970s. Documentation is particularly thorough for the 1920s through the 1950s.
This is a collection of photographs relating to all aspects of Georgia Tech. Photographic topics include athletics, student life, academic departments, student organizations and clubs, and the Georgia Tech campus.
This collection contains images produced or collected by the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) from ca. 1934-1997. The images document the research, activities, and history of the organization. The majority of images in the collection are from the Engineering Experiment Station (EES) historical display at the fiftieth anniversary celebration or are images used in EES/GTRI publications.
The Georgia Tech Women's Investment Club was an investment club consisting of members of the Georgia Tech Faculty Women's Club. The purpose of this organization was to instruct members in the basic practices of responsible financial investing and to become acquainted with the growth and income theories of investing. It was in existence from 1984 to 2005. The materials in this collection consist of eleven photographs that depict club members and their family members.
Harry Baker was a 1934 Georgia Tech graduate and the president of the Georgia Tech Research Institute from 1946 until his untimely death in 1973. The majority of this collection documents Baker's professional career while at Georgia Tech.
This collection contains photographs and slides from Dr. Helen Grenga, former professor in Georgia Tech's Material Science and Engineering department.
This collection consists of one photograph of Helen E. Grenga with a group of women, possibly the Georgia Tech chapter of the Society of Women Engineers.
Dr. Homer S. Weber was a student and faculty member of the Mechanical Engineering department at Georgia Tech. This collection contains 1 gelatin silver print of the 1953 Georgia Tech Faculty.
The pictorial history, Images and Memories: Georgia Tech, 1885-1985,was one of several projects celebrating Georgia Tech's centennial in 1985. This collection contains copy prints of many of the photographs that appeared in the book.
This collection contains photographs of the Class of 1901, the Insubordinate Seniors, from their senior year and subsequent reunions.
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 numerous photographs from Georgia Tech's Public Relations department. The majority of the photographs depict former United States President Jimmy Carter and Georgia Tech President Joseph Pettit.
This collection contains one reprint photograph of John Saylor Coon.
This collection contains images of room #3 in the dormitory known as Shack #1, 1922-1923 and the cake race of 1924.
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.