The School of Chemistry Records include Annual Reports of the director of the Department (later School) of Chemistry, correspondence, two Annual Reports of the Dean of Graduate Courses, and a few departmental planning documents and reports.
The records of the United States Army School of Military Aeronautics, in session from 1917 to 1918 on the Georgia School of Technology (Georgia Tech) campus in Atlanta, Georgia. Records include the articles of agreement, weekly reports, course descriptions, and staff and payroll lists.
The Physics Department was one of the eight original departments created, when Georgia Tech opened in 1888. This collection contains photographs of faculty members from the Physics Department.
The Physics Department was one of the original eight departments created when Georgia Tech opened in 1888. The first chair of the department was Isaac S. Hopkins, who also became Georgia Tech's first president. This collection contains student records (1919-1920), administrative correspondence of J.B. Edwards (1932-36), and personnel files of the Physics Department during the 1940s.
This collection is made up of papers taken from the notebook of Albin F. Turbak, Director of the School of Textile Engineering beginning in 1982. The collection is made up of correspondence relating to admissions requests, budget proposals, quarter registration notifications, and honor awards.
Science Fiction Adventures was begun in 1952 with St.John as editor and Alvarez as publisher. This collection contains issues ranging from 1957 to 1974, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
Science Fiction Age is an American science fiction periodical that ran from 1992 - 2000. Georgia Tech Archives and Special Collections holds the issues of the magazine published between 1992 - 1999.
Science Fiction Chronicle: the Monthly SF and Fantasy News Magazine is a science fiction periodical magazine. This collection contains issues ranging from 1988 to 2001, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
'Science Fiction Classics / Science Fiction Adventure Classics' ran for 30 issues, from 1967 until its merger with 'Thrilling Science Fiction' in 1975. It was published by Ultimate Publishing; Herb Lehrman served as editor under the name Ralphen Adris for the first five issues, at which point Sol Cohen became editor. The magazine was titled 'Science Fiction Classics' until its seventh issue, which saw the name change to 'Science Fiction Adventure Classics.'
This collection contains the official programs for a wide range of science fiction conventions, particularly featuring those in the southern United States. Programs for Dragon*Con and Worldcon are included; other associated publications included are programs, pocket programs, and progress reports for various large- and small-scale conventions.
Notable holdings in this collection include a long run of Myriad, an apa for fans in the southeastern US, and several publications focusing on original fan fiction inspired by Jacqueline Lichtenberg's Sime-Gen Universe. In an accrual added April 2012, the publications of Ned Brooks and the Southern Fandom Press Association are featured.
Science Fiction Hall of Fame was begun in 1971 under Doubleday publishing. This collection contains volume one, and the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
This small collection consists of posters and postcards relating to science fiction.
Science Fiction Studies was begun in 1973 by R. D. Mullen. This collection contains issues ranging from 1973 to 2017, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
Science Wonder Stories was a US fantasy fiction magazine published between 1929 - 1936. This publication frequently dealt with more science focused stories as the editor believed the stories should be educational as well as entertaining.
The Scottish Rite Football Classic Award was an annual tradition benefiting Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. The collection consists of two certificates from the football classic.
This collection consists of a single scrapbook containing newspaper clippings detailing each game of the 1928-1929 Georgia Tech football season.
This collection contains a single volume of outgoing correspondence, grades, class standings, examination schedules and other notes, kept by the Secretary of the Faculty, Thomas Pettus Branch, from 1898 to 1905.
This collection consists of a report from the Woodruff Library of Emory University and the Georgia Institute of Technology Library and Information Center to the Robert W. Woodruff Foundation, Inc., which funded a project to build virtual library capabilities at both institutions.
This collection contains a single report, entitled "Report of Professor Daniel to Advisory Committee on Semester and Quarter Plan."
SF Magazine was begun in 1989 under Team Spectra. This collection contains issues from 1989, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
This collection consists mainly of the financial records of the Sibley textile mill prior to its merger with the neighboring Enterprise mill in 1936. Included are ledgers, journals, cash books, dividend books and other financial ledgers. A small number of business records (Series 1) include loose balance sheets, invoices, and bills extracted from the ledgers, as well as a 1922 land indenture (mortgage) on land on the south side of the Augusta Canal.
The Georgia Tech Sigma Xi Club was founded in 1946 and installed as a chapter of the national society of Sigma Xi in 1953. These photographs document club events during the early years of its existence at Georgia Tech.
The Georgia Tech Sigma Xi Club was founded in 1946 and installed as a chapter of the national Society of the Sigma Xi in 1953. This honor society for science and engineering supports research, programs, and activiites. The records include correspondence, constitutions and by-laws, meeting minutes, and printed materials pertaining to the founding of the club and the research committee's activities.
This collection includes many slides and negatives relating to Georgia Tech.
This collection contains a single letter from the Georgia Tech deans and department heads notifying the campus of the smoking policy for both faculty and students.
Georgia Tech holds several events each year honoring faculty, staff, benefactors, and alumni who help support the institution, financially and academically. Programs printed for such events make up this collection. The programs represent the President's Dinner, the Faculty Dinner, the Retirement & Awards Dinner, and the 10th Annual Research Awards Presentation.
This petition consists of a single oversized sheet of paper on which members of the sophomore class at Georgia Tech wrote a petition asking to be permitted to remove their coats during classroom work.
These records contain the administrative files, annual meeting notes and plans, and publication for the Southeast Society of Architectural Historians (known as SESAH), which is a regional chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians.
This collection contains the records of the Southeastern American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (SEASECS), including thbe Society's constitutions, Executive Board files, Committee records, and printed materials.
This collection contains one black and white photograph.
The Sports Information Office, under the direction of the Georgia Tech Athletic Association, issues press releases relating to Georgia Tech's sports events. These records are composed of press releases from the Sports Information Office, dating from 1985-1992.
Star Trek: The Official Fan Club Magazine was begun in 1979 by Dan Madsen. This collection contains issues ranging from 1993 to 2003, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
retroTECH Arcade Cabinet and speakers
During the 140th Commencement Exercises at the University of Georgia, Judge Price Gilbert presented the Gilbert Memorial Infirmary to faculty and students. This collection contains Judge Gilbert's remarks on the occasion.
These records document the activities of the Student Activities Committee during the late 1980s. Charters, minutes, a constitution and bylaws, and other administrative files make up the collection.
This report from the first term of the 1933-1934 school year focuses on student activities, such as student classes, sports, fraternities, and clubs.
The volumes in this collection document the requirements and curricula of the School of Information and Computer Science at Georgia Tech during the 1970s and 1980s.
This volume is a handwritten directory of Georgia Tech students. Each entry in the volume includes the student's last name, first and middle initials, class, city address, name and address of parent or guardian, and the county. A column labelled "Sec." includes notations, possibly by the Secretary of the Faculty or the Registrar, indicating the student's major and/or withdrawal date.
The Student Examinations and Papers Collection includes exams and academic papers from different departments and schools throughout campus, such as the English, Physics, and Mathematics departments.
This collection consists of administrative files of the Student Government Association. The records include materials such as budgetary matters, constitutions and by-laws, committee meeting minutes, and other organizational records.
This collection contains the annual reports and minutes of the Student Council (later the Student Government Association) from the 1960s at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
The handbooks in Series 1 describe programs and activities available for undergraduate students, while Series 2 contains guides specifically intended for graduate students at Georgia Tech. Handbooks for students in specific fields are found in Series 3.
Studies in Medievalism was published by the Society of Medievalism, in Oxford, Ohio. This collection contains issues ranging from 1979 to 1982, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
Published by Headline Publications, New York, and edited by WW Scott, 'Super-Science Fiction' saw a run of 18 bimonthly issues from December 1956 to October 1959. Later issues sometimes had special 'Monster' themes.
The volumes in this collection contain copies of outgoing correspondence covering the day-to-day operations and transactions of the shops at the Georgia School of Technology.
The T Book began in 1904 as an annual publication of the YMCA (Young Men's Christian Association) at the Georgia School of Technology. The T Book served as a student handbook. It contained information on Tech student services, activities, traditions, and customs, as well as information about the YMCA itself. The cessation of its publication coincided with YMCA's departure from campus circa the early 1970s.