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.
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.
Charles A. Jones was a longtime professor in the textile engineering department at Georgia Tech. These papers, consisting almost entirely of correspondence, document his efforts to place Georgia Tech graduates in mill jobs throughout the Southeast.
This collection consists of selected programs, addresses, invitations, instructions, and printed material produced for the commencement and/or baccalaureate ceremonies at Georgia Tech.
This collection contains receipts, a library card, and an athletic ticket book owned by Earl W. Purser, a student at Georgia Tech in 1924.
This collection contains material collected by Edwin Rembert DuBose, Sr, including: personal papers, correspondence, articles, and programs related to Georgia Tech and the Alumni Association (Series 1); material collected about and from trips set up by the Georgia Tech Alumni Association (Series 2); and publications from and related to Georgia Tech, including newsletters, newspapers, magazines, programs, and campus publications (Series 3).
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 includes speeches, lectures, and presentations given by G. Wayne Clough, during his tenure as the tenth President of the Georgia Institute of Technology (1994-2008). The collection exists only in its original digital form.
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.
Chartered in 1908, the Georgia Tech Alumni Association adopted the name Georgia Tech National Alumni Association and drafted new by-laws in 1919. This collection consists of administrative and financial documents and scrapbooks depicting the Alumni Association's history.
The Alumni Association collected these slides documenting faculty, staff, students, buildings, alumni, and athletics at Georgia Tech.
Photographs and negatives of the Georgia Tech Club of New York.
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 subject files consist of a wide range of files relating mainly to the history of Georgia Tech. The subject files contain a variety of newspaper clippings, articles, and ephemera on Georgia Tech academic and extracurricular life.
This collection contains Georgia Tech class and reunion photographs.
This collection consists of printed commencement programs for the Georgia Institute of Technology. Portions of this collection have been digitized and are available to view online: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/64926
This collection is made up of a selection of diplomas received by graduates of Georgia Tech.
Chartered in 1908, the Georgia Tech Alumni Association adopted the name Georgia Tech National Alumni Association and drafted new by-laws in 1919. The Alumni Directories, published by the Alumni Association, date from 1925 to 1991.
This collection brings together the annual reports, reports to investors, committee reports, newsletters, and brochures published by the Georgia Tech Foundation.
This collection contains photos of three Tech alumni who were killed in WWII or Vietnam. There are also photos of the Georgia Tech War Memorial Plaque and drawings of its design.
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 is composed of various papers once owned by Herman Samuel. Included in this collection are items relating to student life at Georgia Tech, including Yellow Jacket sports and commencement.
Two document cases of notebooks, lab reports, workbooks, and textbooks used during James C. Barber's time as a student at the Georgia School (now Institute) of Technology.
This collection consists of various experiment reports completed by John D. Askew, Jr. for three courses in the Georgia School of Technology’s Electrical Engineering department, numbered EE 16, EE 17, and EE 18. The dates of the reports range from the fall of 1928 to the spring of 1930.
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.
This collection contains photographs used by Institute Communications and Public Affairs at Georgia Tech for marketing and publications. Some photographs are historical images, but most are from approximately 1980-1998 and pertain to events at Georgia Tech during that time period.
The Philo Holcomb, Jr. papers consist of a series of laboratory manuals, notes, and engineering course work from Mr. Holcomb's time as a student at the Georgia Institute of Technology. The papers are dated from 1911-1918 with an additional artifact (autobiography) dated 1955.
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.
Robert S. Johnston graduated from Georgia Tech in Mechanical Engineering in 1942. This collection contains formula sheets, graduation cards, and materials from his 50th class reunion.
The personal and professional papers of William Roane Beard, Executive Secretary of the Georgia Tech Alumni Association from 1951 to 1977.
This collection contains photographs of W. Roane Beard with various dignitaries, such as fellow Tech alumni and Hollywood movie stars and producers.
William F. Montgomery, Class of 1904, collected these photographs which document his classmates and friends at Georgia Tech, particularly the School of Chemical Engineering.
This collection contains the schoolwork, class notes, and laboratory notes of William H. Sibley, created while he was a student at Georgia Tech.
The Woodall-Matthews Papers consists primarily of the coursework of John Henry Woodall, Jr. (1917-2005) who graduated from Georgia Tech in 1938. Also included are coursework and training from his time spent in the Navy in the early 1940s. There is a small amount of material from Charles W. Matthews, Woodall's great-uncle and a 1904 graduate of Tech.
The Woodall-Matthews Visual Materials contains photographs from the 1920 Greater Georgia Tech Industrial Tour as well as group photographs of the classes of 1904 and 1908. There is also a photo of Alpha Tau Omega and drawings for class assignments, both from the 1930s.
The Y. Frank Freeman Photograph Collection contains photographs documenting Freeman’s life, particularly as it related to his career as an executive with Paramount Pictures. The collection is full of photographs of entertainers, movie stars, movie executives, and world political figures. There is also a series of personal images, including images related to his childhood, Georgia Tech, and baseball.