Published as part of the centennial celebration of the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1985, Engineering the New South is the first comprehensive history of Georgia Tech. These records document the planning, research, and writing of the seminal volume by six faculty members of the Department of History, Technology, and Society.
As part of an ongoing oral history project, the Georgia Tech chapter of Omicron Delta Kappa has recorded interviews with various campus leaders. This collection contains transcripts and cassette tapes of some of these interviews.
Collection contains WWII correspondence written by Robert W. Cook and a DVD and index/summary of an oral history interview. In the interview, Cook discusses his family, education, involvement as a soldier in China and India, and experiences as a student at Georgia Tech after the war.
The Ronald H. Bayor Papers contain comprehensive material used to write Bayor’s book, Race and the Shaping of Twentieth-Century Atlanta. Written research notes, oral history interviews and transcripts, and general research material form this dynamic collection that captures the turbulent era of social change in Atlanta.