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Abstract This collection consists of Georgia Tech admissions catalogs, containing information on qualifications and deadlines for admission; campus life at Georgia Tech; brief descriptions of academic programs, freshman courses, and undergraduate degrees; admission policies and procedures; and financial aid.
Abstract The Urban Renewal Projects Records document Georgia Tech Urban Renewal Project R-85 and Urban Renewal Project R-111, the combination of which substantially increased the size of Georgia Tech's campus. The records include correspondence, memoranda, inventory forms, ledgers, and project maps.
Abstract Val Lewton (Vladimir IVan Leventon) was a screenwriter and producer for RKO Studios in the 1940s. The collection contains two of Lewton's own screenplay drafts: the Chamber of Horrors: A Tale of Bedlam and the Body Snatchers.
VAM032 [not sure what this is; found during move to LSC; this is a placeholder resource record for the purposes of barcoding]
Collection — Multiple Containers
Abstract This collection documents the personal and family life of Blake Ragsdale Van Leer and Ella Wall Van Leer, their children, and their grandchildren.
Abstract The Vice President of Student Affairs Photograph Collection contains twenty color photographs removed from their correlating manuscript materials, UA325. These photographs include a snap shot of the Roger Wehrle family, the Student Services staff for 1994-1995, and photos of James Dull with the George C. Griffin statue. There is also a photo of the Griffin statue as the casualty of a prank, with a cigarette and puppy slippers.
Abstract The collection consists of administrative files and student government records from the office of the Vice President for Student Affairs, including minutes of several student organizations, long-range and strategic planning files, materials on organizations in the Vice President’s purview, and biographical files on selected Vice Presidents.
Abstract This collection contains material compiled by Vincent Zarzaca during his time as a student at Georgia Tech, including several receipts and letters about housing, information about purchasing a class ring, registration documents, and a faculty-student directory.
Abstract This collection contains Virginia Heffernan Hancock's correspondence, financial ledgers, and other biographical materials (Series 1); a large amount of her class work and projects, mainly from her time at Iowa State (Series 2); some teaching material from Napsonian School (Series 3); and numerous newspapers and periodicals dating from Heffernan Hancock's time at Iowa State as well as from her time as an active member of the alumni (Series 4).
Overview Virginia Tucker (1910-1985) was a native North Carolinian and one of the first women to work for NACA (now NASA) in Langeley, Virginia beginning in 1935. She later moved on to work for the Northrop Corporation in Southern California as an aerospace engineer during the 1950s and 1960s. Her papers include newspaper clippings, a scrapbook, newsletters, and correspondence. Most materials are related to her personal life and interests or to her advocacy for women in engineering and in the STEM...
Overview Virginia Tucker (1910-1985) was a native North Carolinian and one of the first women to work for NACA (now NASA) in Langeley, Virginia beginning in 1935. She later moved on to work for the Northrop Corporation in Southern California as an aerospace engineer during the 1950s and 1960s. These pictures are primarily from her scrapbook, and are related to her personal life, work, and time with the Society of Women Engineers.
Abstract The personal and professional papers of William Roane Beard, Executive Secretary of the Georgia Tech Alumni Association from 1951 to 1977.
Abstract This collection contains photographs of W. Roane Beard with various dignitaries, such as fellow Tech alumni and Hollywood movie stars and producers.
Abstract Fifty years after attending Georgia Tech, Walter Boyd wrote a manuscript about the various "firsts" that occurred during his years at Tech (1908-1913). This collection includes his manuscript document as well as correspondence concerning the document.
Description This collection contains items once owned by Wayne Delmont Giles. Notebooks, textbooks, and college sports paraphernalia, mainly from Georgia Tech, are included.
Abstract This collection contains one photograph of Brittain Dining Hall.
Identifier: PZ1.A1 W42
Abstract The photographs document the radio station primarily in the 1950s. The collection includes images of individuals, the studios and buildings, and radio equipment as well as photographs of some of the station's special events.
Abstract The WGST records document the history of the station, from its founding to its eventual sale, spanning a total of 52 years. Administrative files in Series 1 document the daily operations, lawsuits, and sale of the radio station. The studio logs of Series 2 provide detailed lists of the station's programming, advertising, and public service announcements for the period from 1940 to 1970.
Abstract The idea for the Alexander Memorial Coliseum as a living memorial to William A. Alexander, longtime football coach and athletic association director, was conceived shortly after his death in April 1950. These records document the fundraising activities of the volunteer corps that set out to raise $1.5 million in three months.
Abstract William A. Alexander graduated from Georgia Tech in 1912, in Civil Engineering. After graduation, he became a mathematics instructor and assistant football coach for Tech under John Heisman. In 1920, he assumed the title of head football coach until his retirement in 1944, but continued his duties as Athletic Director until his death in 1950. Alexander is remembered for his numerous wins as head football coach and taking his team to four major football bowl games. These papers include...
Abstract The photographs in this collection document the life of William Alexander during his college days at Georgia Tech (1906-1912) through the late 1940s.
Abstract William A. Cashin Jr. graduated from Georgia Tech in Electrical Engineering in 1955. This collection includes class notes and tests from his time as a student.
Abstract William E. Fincher was a Georgia Tech football player and alumnus. His papers include three Southern Football Officials Association Rule Books.
Abstract This collection contains materials accumulated during William F. Leslie's career at Georgia Tech, including humorous newspaper articles, particularly on the rivalry between Tech and the University of Georgia; programs for several Georgia Tech events; correspondence regarding Tech registration and admission; and other administrative documents.
Collection — Box: 1
Abstract William F. Montgomery, Class of 1904, collected these photographs which document his classmates and friends at Georgia Tech, particularly the School of Chemical Engineering.
Abstract William Gilmer Perry was a faculty member of the English Department at Georgia Tech for 47 years. These papers relate to his status as an adjunct professor and later, as the department head.
Overview As a Georgia Tech alumnus, William H. Glenn stayed in contact with the school through community and business ties. His papers, composed exclusively of correspondence, illustrate his involvement with Georgia Tech, including his service as president of the National Georgia Tech Alumni Association.
Abstract This collection contains the schoolwork, class notes, and laboratory notes of William H. Sibley, created while he was a student at Georgia Tech.
Abstract Opened in 1998, the Women's Resource Center enhances the academic performance and personal development of women at Georgia Tech by providing information, support, training, and services. This collection consist of administrative and event materials depicting the history of the center.
Identifier: PZ1.A1 S3496
Abstract 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.
Abstract 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.
Abstract This collection consists of alphabetical rosters of woodshop students at Georgia Tech, recording examination and term grades, the number of hours due, and other student records.
Identifier: PS648.S3 W67
Overview This collection shows the activities of the Georgia Institute of Technology student radio station, WREK, primarily in the 80s and 90s. The collection includes administrative documents, brochures and programs, correspondence, guest books, newspaper clippings, and playlists.
Overview On May 18, 1939, WSB Radio had a university-sponsored program about Georgia Tech's ceramic engineering department. This collection contains a single radio script from that WSB program.
Abstract Y. Frank (Young Frank) Freeman (1890-1969) graduated from Georgia Tech in 1910 and quickly became involved in the film industry, eventually becoming an executive at Paramount Pictures. He also was active in numerous organizations and institutions in the fields of banking, higher education, and athletics. His papers include correspondence, financial records, legal records, and certificates, primarily documenting his career with Paramount (1933-1967) as well as his activities in the hotel and...
Abstract 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.
Abstract The Yellow Jacket was a student journal of the Georgia School of Technology that began publication with Volume 1, Number 1 on November 11, 1921 and ended with its final issue in June 1955. The journal generally included satirical and/or comical poetry, short stories, and articles, as well as cartoons and other illustrations. The covers were usually elaborate, brightly colored illustrations, much like the sheet music of the period. Individual issues were usually...
Abstract This collection consists of one bound volume containing issues of the Yellow Jacket Confidential. These newsletters served to update Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football fans after bowl games, spring practice games, and all regular-season games of the team.
- Photographs. 79
- Fantasy fiction--Periodicals 50
- Science fiction, American. 50
- Science fiction--Periodicals 48
- Fantasy fiction, American 42
- College sports -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 22
- Correspondence. 17
- Scrapbooks. 17
- Serials (publications). 16
- Architectural drawings (visual works). 15
- Souvenir programs. 15
- Manuscripts. 13
- Architecture -- Designs and plans. 12
- Architecture, Modern -- 20th century. 9
- Annual reports. 8
- Architectural design -- United States. 8
- Greek letter societies -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 8
- Military education -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 8
- Universities and colleges -- Alumni and alumnae -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 8
- Architectural firms -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 7
- Architecture -- Designs and plans -- Working drawings. 7
- Catalogs. 7
- College buildings -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 7
- Minutes. 7
- Notebooks. 7
- Textile machinery. 7
- Universities and colleges -- Curricula -- Catalogs. 7
- retroTECH 7
- College student records. 6
- College students -- Georgia -- Atlanta -- Conduct of life. 6
- College students -- Georgia. 6
- Lecture notes. 6
- Newsletters. 6
- Student activities -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 6
- World War, 1939-1945. 6
- Architects -- United States. 5
- Architecture -- Study and teaching. 5
- Certificates. 5
- Education, Cooperative -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 5
- Engineering students -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 5
- Librarians -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 5
- Mechanical engineering -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 5
- Physics -- Study and teaching. 5
- Programs (documents). 5
- Universities and colleges -- Faculty. 5
- Women -- Societies and clubs. 5
- Athletics -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 4
- Bulletin of the Georgia School of Technology. 4
- Campus planning -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 4
- College publicity. 4
- College student government -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 4
- College student orientation -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 4
- College students -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 4
- College students--Georgia--Atlanta. 4
- Color slides. 4
- Commencement ceremonies -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 4
- Electrical engineering -- Georgia. 4
- Engineering -- Study and teaching -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 4
- Engineering -- Study and teaching. 4
- Fund raising -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 4
- Ledgers (account books). 4
- Library administration -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 4
- Memorabilia. 4
- Oral histories. 4
- School buildings -- Design and construction. 4
- Science fiction, English. 4
- Student activities -- Periodicals. 4
- Students -- Social life and customs. 4
- Theaters -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 4
- Universities and colleges -- Georgia -- Atlanta -- Curricula. 4
- Universities and colleges -- Georgia -- Atlanta -- Societies, etc. 4
- Universities and colleges -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 4
- Women in engineering. 4
- Architects -- United States -- Correspondence, reminiscences, etc. 3
- Architecture -- Study and teaching -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 3
- Atlanta (Ga.) -- History. 3
- Clippings (information artifacts). 3
- Coaches (Athletics) -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 3
- College administrators -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 3
- College presidents -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 3
- College sports. 3
- College theater -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 3
- Computer science -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 3
- Cotton textile industry. 3
- Directories. 3
- Electrical engineering -- Problems, exercises, etc. 3
- Engineering -- Research -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 3
- Floppy disks. 3
- Football players. 3
- Handbooks. 3
- Historic buildings -- Georgia. 3
- International travel. 3
- Library exhibits -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 3
- Neighborhood -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 3
- Postcards. 3
- Radio stations -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 3
- Reports. 3
- Research -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 3
- Schools of architecture -- Georgia -- Atlanta. 3
- Software 3 ∧ less...
- Georgia Institute of Technology. History 90
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Students 74
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Sports 55
- Georgia Institute of Technology 50
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Alumni and alumnae 41
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Faculty 40
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Buildings 39
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Football 38
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Periodicals 36
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Archives and Records Management 33
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Societies, etc 29
- Georgia School of Technology. Students 24
- Georgia School of Technology 23
- Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (Football team) 23
- Georgia Tech Athletic Association 21
- Georgia Tech Alumni Association 19
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Library and Information Center 18
- Georgia School of Technology. History 17
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Engineering Experiment Station 15
- Alexander, William A. (William Anderson) 14
- Dodd, Bobby 14
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Traditions 14
- Georgia Tech Athletic Association. Sports Information Office 14
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Administration 12
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Finance 11
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Presidents 11
- Olympic Games (26th : 1996 : Atlanta, Ga.) 11
- Georgia School of Technology. Football 10
- Griffin, George C. (George Clayton) 10
- Van Leer, Blake R. (Blake Ragsdale) 10
- Brittain, M. L. (Marion Luther) 9
- Georgia Tech Research Institute 9
- Georgia Institute of Technology. School of Mechanical Engineering 8
- Bush-Brown, Gailey, and Heffernan (Architectural firm) 7
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Basketball 7
- Georgia Institute of Technology. College of Architecture 7
- Georgia Institute of Technology. School of Physics 7
- Pettit, Joseph M. (Joseph Mayo) 7
- Weber, Paul M. 7
- A. French Textile School 6
- Coon, John Saylor 6
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Baseball 6
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Track and field 6
- Georgia Tech Foundation, Inc 6
- Hansen, Arthur G. 6
- Heisman, John W. (John William) 6
- Society of Women Engineers 6
- Bush-Brown, Harold 5
- Crecine, John P. 5
- Crosland, Dorothy M. (Dorothy Murray) 5
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Curricula 5
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Dean of Students 5
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Naval Reserve Officer's Training Corps 5
- Matheson, Kenneth G. (Kenneth Gordon) 5
- Alpha Tau Omega. Beta Iota Chapter (Georgia Institute of Technology) 4
- Beard, W. Roane (William Roane) 4
- Branch, T. P. (Thomas Pettus) 4
- Carter, Jimmy 4
- Drake, Miriam A. 4
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Class of 1901 4
- Georgia Institute of Technology. College of Computing 4
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Cooperative Division 4
- Georgia Institute of Technology. DramaTech Theatre 4
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Facilities Department 4
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Funds and scholarships 4
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Graduate Division 4
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Office of the President 4
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Office of the Registrar 4
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Public relations 4
- Georgia Institute of Technology. School of Aerospace Engineering 4
- Georgia Institute of Technology. School of Chemical Engineering 4
- Georgia Institute of Technology. School of Textile Engineering 4
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Student housing 4
- Georgia School of Technology. Curricula 4
- Georgia Tech Faculty Women's Club 4
- Grenga, Helen E. (Helen Eva) 4
- Harrison, Edwin D. 4
- Heffernan, P. M. (Paul Malcolm) 4
- Newman, Frances 4
- Rose Bowl (Football game). History 4
- United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration 4
- Unknown 4
- WGST (Radio station : Atlanta, Ga.) 4
- Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games 3
- Caldwell, H. H. (Hugh Harris) 3
- Clough, G. Wayne 3
- Crenshaw, J. B. (John Bascom) 3
- Culver, John P., Jr. 3
- Dull, James E. (James Edward) 3
- Estes, J. Walter (James Walter) 3
- Freeman, Y. Frank 3
- Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills 3
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Alexander Memorial Coliseum 3
- Georgia Institute of Technology. College of Engineering 3
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Committees 3
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Degrees 3
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Directories 3
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Engineering Extension Division 3
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Institute Communications and Public Affairs 3
- Georgia Institute of Technology. Planning 3 ∧ less...