This collection contains materials from the twenty-fifth, fiftieth, seventy-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.
The Blueprint documents student life during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries on the Georgia Tech campus.
This collection consists of faculty, staff, and student directories published by the Georgia Institute of Technology.
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.
Records, correspondence, and advertisements from the Georgia Tech Co-op Club, Section I.
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.
The College of Sciences and Liberal Studies of the Georgia Institute of Technology offered a Social Sciences Minors Program with an area of specialty in philosophy. These records include two certificates granted to students in this program.
This collection consists of selected programs, addresses, invitations, instructions, and printed material produced for the commencement and/or baccalaureate ceremonies at Georgia Tech.
This inventory draws together all of the publications that relate to the cooperative program at Georgia Tech, including bulletins, guides, handbooks, and newsletters.
Four document cases of notes, lab reports, quizzes, and tests compiled during D. Lynn Whitt's time as a student at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
This collection contains photographs of Georgia Tech locations, student activities, surrounding Atlanta locations, historic images, and artwork.
This collection contains photographs of DramaTech productions. Photographs include images of set construction, rehearsals, cast and crew, and scenes from productions.
The Edward B. Van Voorhees Visual Materials Collection contains black and white negatives and photographs illustrating Georgia Tech student life and activities, 1939-1943. There are many images of Georgia Tech dances, an NROTC summer cruise, initiations by various student organizations, and student life in general. The negatives have been scanned and the digital images are available for viewing.
The Edwin P. Kohler Slide Collection contains color slides of 1964 Georgia Tech Homecoming activities and the Tech campus in the mid-1960s.
This collection includes an anniversary guide to the Georgia Tech campus, 1963; an invitation and program to the inauguration of Georgia Tech President Arthur Hansen, 1969; a copy of The Technique, November 25, 1969; and athletic and student identification cards.
This collection contains a single letter from F. S. Holliday to the Georgia Tech faculty. Holliday, an electrical engineering student, requested a change in his class schedule.
The Georgia Tech Fact Books include annual facts and figures about the Institute, such as admission and enrollment statistics, organizational charts, listings of administrative faculty and staff, student information, finances, research, and facilities.
This collection consists of fraternity certificates for individuals as well as charter member certificates for several fraternities at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
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 Alumni Association collected these slides documenting faculty, staff, students, buildings, alumni, and athletics at Georgia Tech.
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 photos from the first round of the 1991 NCAA basketball tournament, Georgia Tech vs. DePaul University.
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.
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 booklet contains a compilation of articles that appeared mainly in the Atlanta newspapers on the various games played by the 1951 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football team.
This collection contains two scrapbooks with approximately 750 photographs from 1902-1913. A large portion of the scrapbooks deals with Patterson's family, his social life, and his days at Georgia Tech (Class of 1912).
This collection is made up of recruitment letters, schedules, and itineraries for the Georgia Tech football team, dating from the mid-1920s.
This collection includes papers relating to the founding and history of the Georgia Tech Honors Program, such as emails, PowerPoint slides, and meeting minutes. It also contains the annual reports of the organization, survey analyses, and the Honors Program newsletter, The HyPe.
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 a single schedule for Georgia Tech's irregular students for February 1917.
This collection contains 20 photographs of friends and classmates during Reid's school years at Georgia Tech. McPherson Company, a studio photographer in Atlanta, took the majority of the photographs.
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 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 contains images of room #3 in the dormitory known as Shack #1, 1922-1923 and the cake race of 1924.
The Alpha Tau Chapter of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity was founded at Georgia Tech in 1895. Its records include general administrative records, financial ledgers, meeting minutes, and bound copies of Kappa Sigma's magazine, Caduceus.
This collection contains photographs from the George C. Griffin Road Race, 1975.
This collection contains nine black and white photographs including an image of the wood shop and several early years of Mechanical Engineering graduates.
The Marionettes of Georgia Tech, named in 1915 after a two year existence on campus, became one of the student body's, and the city of Atlanta's, most popular dramatic organizations. This collection is comprised of programs from the early 1920s and a yearbook photo page from the 1919 Blueprint.