The A. French Textile Building Architectural Drawings contain the original plans, details, mechanical plans, and equipment layouts for the 1898-1899 construction of the A. French Textile Building on the Georgia Tech campus.
The A. French Textile Building Specifications contains detailed information regarding materials and labor to be used during the 1898-1899 construction of the A. French Textile Building on the Georgia Tech campus.
This collection consists of one order book containing pencilled notes made by Virginia Peed during her employment in Textile Engineering.
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.
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 contains 3 photographs of computer equipment.
This collection includes an 1888 certification of a scholarship to Georgia Tech and an 1892 Tech commencement program.
Aboriginal Science Fiction was a semi-professional serial that ran from 1986 - 2001 and began under the editor Charles Ryan. This collection contains issues ranging from 1986 to 1992, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
This collection documents the early history of the Georgia Tech honor code.
Air Wonder Stories was begun 1929 in under Stellar Publishing Corporation. This collection contains an issue from 1929, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
The bulk of this collection is made up of Buchsbaum's files on individual architectural and design projects, documenting the development of many of the projects that Buchsbaum and the Design Coalition worked on during his lifetime as well as those that were completed shortly after he died. General business files and a small amount of material related to Buchsbaum's memorial service are also included.
The Alan Buchsbaum Visual Materials contain materials produced or used by Buchsbaum and his Design Coalition associates for design projects. The majority of materials in this collection are drawings or images for architectural projects undertaken by Alan Buchsbaum or his firm. Other materials relate to graphic design work or textile patterns designed by Buchsbaum.
This collection contains pictures of the construction of the William Alexander Memorial Coliseum, primarily of the dome perched atop the Coliseum.
This collection contains images related to Alexander Memorial Coliseum.
These records include minutes of meetings of the Board of Trustees of the Alexander-Tharpe Fund.
This collection contains papers on John D. Neff, "Monkey Mail," and selected publications of the Mathematical Association of America-Southeastern Section.
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 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 Alvin M. Ferst's papers pertaining to his activities with Georgia Tech, particularly his involvement in the Georgia Tech Foundation as well as the Georgia Tech Alumni Association. Less well documented are his various civic activities in Atlanta. Ferst's personal life and his professional career at Rich's department store are not covered in the collection.
This collection contains images relating to Alvin M. Ferst, Jr.'s involvement in Georgia Tech and the Atlanta community, including the development of the Georgia Tech Research Park.
Amazing Stories is a science fiction periodical that has run since 1926. Georgia Tech Archives and Special Collections hold issues of the magazine between 1926 - 1978 and 1983 - 1993.
Amazing Stories Quarterly was a science fiction periodical that ran from 1928 to 1934, making it one of the earliest science fiction periodicals. It was launched by Hugo Gernsbeck after the trial running of a single Amazing Stories Annually. This collection contains issues ranging from 1928 to 1931, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
A magazine which ran for 7 issues between February 1982 and Winter 1988. Published by Robert Garci in Chicago, the first two issues were strictly review magazines: starting in Fall 1986, 'American Fantasy' began to publish fiction.
This collection contains the office files of the Atlanta Section of ASME, including meeting agendas and minutes, correspondence, bylaws and guidelines, officer and committee files, membership directories and news, and files on the history of the Section.
This collection contains photographs from a few ASME-Atlanta events and awards presentations as well as images of some ASME-Atlanta individuals.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers -- Region XI History Notebook is a compilation dating from approximately 1980 of the history of Region XI and its constituent sections. Included in the notebook are summaries of activities of the Region's Vice Presidents (see the folder titled "Foreword"), Annual Reports of the Vice Presidents, and Regional Administrative Conference minutes.
Founded on January 1, 1908, The ANAK Society is the oldest and most prestigious honorary society at Georgia Tech. These records include programs, invitations, and directories relating to the ANAK Society.
This collection contains materials from the twenty-fifth, fiftieth, seventy-fifth, and one-hundredth anniversaries of Georgia Tech.
This collection contains visual materials related to the twenty-fifth and one-hundredth anniversaries of Georgia Tech.
This publication, which has been given various titles over the years, has served primarily as the school catalog for Georgia Tech since its inception in 1888-1889, providing descriptions for courses offered in each discipline at the school, as well as other information of relevance to Georgia Tech students.
This collection contains documentation of the founding of the Atlanta Chapter, records of the Executive Committee and other committees of the organization, printed materials, and videos and CDs of some of the Chapter's events.
The records of the Achievement Rewards for College Scientists (ARCS) Foundation contain charter documents, general administrative files, National Executive Board yearbooks, annual meeting notebooks, newsletters, and videotapes, documenting the activities of the organization mainly during the period between 1976 and 2004.
This collection chronicles the history, rules, regulations, students, and activities of the Army Specialized Training Program (ASTP) at the Georgia School (now Institute) of Technology from March 1943 to March 1944. A second layer of documents from 1968 analyzes and explains the original data from the 1940s.
Four folders of notes and notebooks of Arnold G. Wurz, including two notebooks from the Georgia Tech College Inn composed of civil engineering calculations, diagrams, and topic descriptions.
This collection consists of photographs of President Arthur G. Hansen during his time in office at Georgia Tech and slightly after, as president at Purdue University. It also contains photos of billboards for Georgia Tech's radio station, WGST, around Atlanta.
Dr. Arthur T. Kittle worked in the Georgia Tech Library from 1961-1983, and served on many campus-wide committees during this time period. His papers include memoranda, meeting minutes, articles, and cataloging manuals.
Asimov's Science Fiction was a science fiction periodical that has run since 1977. It was originally edited by George Scithers with Asimov instead writing editorial pieces and replying to fans. This collection contains issues ranging from 1978 to 2016, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete. Originally named Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine
Asimov's SF Adventure Magazine was begun in 1978 under editor George H. Scithers. This collection contains issues ranging from 1978 to 1979, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
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.
These records consist of the professional papers of E. Jo Baker, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology. The records document Baker's activities as Associate Vice President, including her involvement with the founding of the President's Scholarship program. The collection also documents her work relating to recruitment, committee work, promotion and tenure, affirmative action, and professional associations.
Astonishing Stories is a science fiction periodical that ran from 1940-1943. Georgia Tech Archives and Special Collections holds the issue of the magazine published in June 1941.
Astounding Stories was a science fiction periodical that began publication in 1930. Its original publisher was William Clayton. This collection contains issues ranging from 1934 to 2014, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
The Atlanta Chapter Report, American Red Cross is a single issue of the Atlanta Chapter's newsletter, dated March 1947. It contains an article concerning a flu epidemic on the Georgia Tech campus.
Abstract note. The collection includes digital photographs, correspondence, including email, reports, meeting minutes, and other documentation created during service to the Institute.
The Atomic Energy for Industry Conference was held on October 28, 1954 on the Georgia Tech campus. This collection contains a conference brochure and the notes from an address given by Lt. Gen. Leslie R. Groves.
A British science fiction magazine which ran for 85 issues, from January 1951 to October 1957. Initially published bimonthly with each issue a stand-alone novel, it soon became a monthly magazine with an editorial page and letters from readers, eventually pivoting fully to the traditional science fiction magazine format.
This collection includes the 1977 Winter Edition of The Iotan, Pi Kappa Phi's newspaper, and an accompanying letter regarding William Levis Wootton's participation in Pi Kappa Phi and baseball at Georgia Tech.
Baseball as a varsity sport began at Georgia Tech in 1895. This scrapbook contains newspaper articles documenting the 1906 and 1907 seasons.
The seven series of this collection contain the professional papers of Benjamin Hirsch and his architectural firm, Benjamin Hirsch and Associates, Inc.