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.
The J. B. McCrary Company, owned by Georgia Tech graduate Joseph Boyd McCrary, worked on the Tamiami Trail in Florida, which opened the frontier area known as the Everglades to commerce and settlement. These photographs document the early years of its construction, which was completed in 1928.
The Technique newspaper documents student life during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries on the Georgia Tech campus. This collection is available in analog form, and some volumes are also available digitally.
The ... Annual World's Best SF was ran from 1972 to 1990 in under DAW Books. This collection contains issues ranging from 1972 to 1988, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
The Arkham Sampler was a science fiction and fantasy fiction magazine published from 1948 to 1949. A few notable names contributed to this magazine, including Ray Bradbury and H.P. Lovecraft. This collection contains issues from 1948, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
The Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction was an annual periodical that ran from 1952 to 1999 as a anthology of the best work published in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. This collection contains issues ranging from 1953 to 1980, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
This collection consists of newsletters for the Junior Jacket Club, which contain articles on sports of the season, schedules, announcements for upcoming events, applications for membership and tickets, and other articles of interest to the readership.
The Yellow Jacket is a college journal in which articles, essays, and poems by Georgia Tech students, faculty, or alumni were published. The Archives holds a few issues from The Georgia Tech, the title of the journal from 1894 to 1908, as well as volumes 14 through 19 of The Yellow Jacket, covering the years 1910 to 1916.
The JDM Bibliophile was begun in 1965 under J. and L. Moffat. This collection contains issues ranging from 1980, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction was begun in 1949 under the editors Anthony Boucher and J. Francis McComas. This collection contains issues ranging from 1950 to 1987, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
The Most Thrilling Science Fiction Ever Told was begun in 1966 under Ultimate Publishing Co.. This collection contains issues ranging from 1967 to 1975, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
The New York Review of Science Fiction was begun 1988 in under Dragon Press. This collection contains issues ranging from 1988 to 2012, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
This collection consists of black and white photographs (primarily 8 by 10 inches) that were used in The Research Engineer, a magazine produced by the Engineering Experiment Station from 1946 to 1964. The backs of the photographs contain notes, written in crayon and pencil, about how to prepare the pictures for publication.
The ... Rhysling Anthology was begun from 1978 by the Science Fiction Poetry Association (SFPA) to showcase the nominees for their yearly Rhysling Awards. This collection contains the 1998 volume, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
The Year's Greatest Science-Fiction and Fantasy was a yearly publication under the Dell Publishing Company. This collection contains an issue from 1959, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
Formed in 1918, the Third United States Army was commanded by General George Patton during World War II. This report details the Third Army's crossing of the Rhine River in Germany.
Thomas P. Thompson, an 1896 graduate of Georgia Tech, earned his master's degree from Cornell University in 1898. He spent most of his professional life in Norfolk, Virginia, where he served as city manager from 1933 until 1938 and was named "First Citizen" in 1950. His papers include copies of "The Georgia Tech" and student labs and reports from Cornell University.
The Thomas W. Jennings papers consist of two physics laboratory notebooks and one athletics ticket book owned by Thomas Whitfield Jennings, a 1930 Civil Engineering graduate of Georgia Tech.
Thrilling Wonder Stories was a US fantasy fiction magazine published between 1936 - 1955. This publication frequently dealt with more science focused stories as the editor believed the stories should be educational as well as entertaining.
This collections consists of 16 black and white photographs of fraternity floats, Grant Field, and Georgia Tech campus.
This collection contains public relations materials, project files, printed matter, and awards of the architectural firm of Toombs, Amisano, and Wells.
The Toombs, Amisano, and Wells Visual Materials collection contains architectural drawings, sketches, renderings, slides, photos, and negatives related to the firm's various projects mostly located in the South, Mid-Atlantic, and East Coast.
This collection contains images of the floats in 1929 Tournament of Roses Parade.
True Review was begun in 1989 under Bantam Spectra. This collection contains issues ranging from 1995 to 2006, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
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.
A magazine with a 10 issue run published from June 1953 to March 1955, first by Bell Publications, later by Palmer Publications. Edited by Robert A Palmer and Bea Mahaffey.
Unknown Worlds was begun in under 1938. This collection contains issues ranging from 1941 to 1943, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
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.
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.
This collection documents the personal and family life of Blake Ragsdale Van Leer and Ella Wall Van Leer, their children, and their grandchildren.
Venture Science Fiction ran from 1957 to 1958 and 1969 to 1970 under Fantasy House. This collection contains issues ranging from 1957, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.