Beyond was a small periodical based in Hollywood, California. This collection contains an issue from Fall 1981.
Beyond Fantasy Fiction was a US fantasy fiction magazine published between 1953-1955. Georgia Tech Archives and Special Collections holds issues of the magazine published between 1953-1955.
This collection consists of two blank checks from Georgia Tech.
The Blueprint documents student life during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries on the Georgia Tech campus.
The Board of Regents records consist primarily of correspondence, financial reports, and minutes.
This collection contains the minutes from the meetings of the Board of Trustees, from the first meeting in 1886 to the final meeting in January 1932. The minutes include reports by the President, committee reports, faculty promotions, and budgetary matters, as well as resolutions and motions regarding faculty and Presidential appointments and salaries.
The Bobby Dodd Papers include correspondence, speech materials, sports programs, scrapbooks, awards, and other office files belonging to and/or related to the celebrated former head coach of the Georgia Tech football team.
This collection contains photographs illustrating both professional and personal events in Bobby Dodd's life. Photographs include images of Dodd as a child and young man, images from his time at Georgia Tech, as well as images from after his retirement.
This collection consists of a Georgia Tech Bookstore inventory from May 1936. The inventory is contained in an academic "blue book."
The Bud Foote Papers consist of general office files, correspondence, newsletters, and audio-visual materials relating to Foote's extensive research in science fiction during his career as a faculty member at the Georgia Institute of Technology. A large number of Foote's published and unpublished papers and other writings on science fiction are also included in this collection.
The Bud Foote photographs appear to have been taken during lectures, book signings or conferences relating to science fiction. The photographs frequently include Bud Foote and his colleagues with authors and scholars of science fiction.
The Evening School of Commerce Bulletins contain general information, lists of faculty, student activities, and course listings offered in the School. The 1932 publication also includes a register of students for the 1931-1932 academic year.
The Bulletin was a Tech publication, which began about 1901. This publication has had numerous forms, such as the General Catalog, the Student Handbook, and the Cooperative Bulletin. This collection contains images of campus buildings, laboratories, and equipment from various periods of the Institute's history.
This collection contains the page proofs, illustrations, and copy edited manuscript of Hohenstein's book, Computer Peripherals for Minicomputers, Microprocessors, and Personal Computers, which was published in 1980.
Slides of the Georgia Institute of Technology campus in Atlanta, as well as research projects, and what appear to be slides from a faculty meeting.
This collection consists of faculty, staff, and student directories published by the Georgia Institute of Technology.
These records document the work of the Campus Master Planning Committee from 1991 and 1997. Most of the materials were created by Georgia Tech and two consultant teams, Sasaki Associates and Wallace Roberts and Todd.
In 1964, the Campus Names Committee was appointed by Georgia Tech President Edwin Harrison to recommend names for campus buildings and streets. The correspondence that comprises this collection details the discussions amongst the members of the group, as well as the community-at-large.
This collection contains Georgia Tech campus photographs which were taken during snow precipitation in 1914 and 1936.
Career Services, a division of Student Affairs, was previously known as the Placement Center. These records include annual reports summarizing career placement activities at Georgia Tech.
The Carole E. Moore papers document Moore's professional life at Georgia Tech, particularly her work with and for women students and undergraduate eduation.
This collection consists of a single photograph of Bertha Lamme, the second woman in the United States to graduate college with an engineering degree.
These records contain administrative files, biographical information and materials relating to the database maintained by the Center for Information on Women in Engineering and to the Center's solicitation of papers of women engineers.
Highlights of this collection of awards and certificates include awards presented to Georgia Tech by the Cotton States and International Exposition, which took place in Atlanta in 1895, as well as several awards and certificates of commendation given to Tech for its service during World War II.
Charles A. Jones, a professor of textile engineering at Georgia Tech, maintained this 1904 laboratory notebook containing fabric swatches and their analyses.
Charles A. Jones was a longtime professor in the textile engineering department at Georgia Tech. These papers, consisting almost entirely of correspondence, document his efforts to place Georgia Tech graduates in mill jobs throughout the Southeast.
A participant in the Navy V-12 program, Charles E. Littlejohn graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1944 with a bachelor's degree in aeronautical engineering. His papers primarily include correspondence documenting his time at Georgia Tech.
The first annual Southeastern Industrial Vision Congress was held on the Georgia Tech campus from November 14-16, 1948. Charles T. McNary gave an address at the congress, entitled, "What You Can Expect from a Good Vision Program."
Chester Gavin was a member of the class of 1940. These photographs depict individuals and groups from a much earlier time period.
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.
Chipman-Union Mill was formed by the merger of Charles Chipman's Sons Company, Inc. and Union Manufacturing Company. These official records consist of legal, financial, and administrative documents spanning the company's entire history.
Chipman-Union Mill was formed by the merger of Charles Chipman's Sons Company, Inc. and Union Manufacturing Company. These photographs document the history of the mill.
Chrysalis is a ten-part science fiction book series, published between 1977 and 1983. The Georgia Tech Archives and Special Collections holds copies of all ten books in the series.
The Class of 1926 Freshman Banquet Program documents a banquet held on May 19, 1923 at the City Club, providing a class roll, officers, and statistics (i.e., participants in sports), as well as details on the evening's events. The program appears to be inscribed "Ruth Steed"; however, Robert Jackson Hood's name is marked where it appears in the program.
Clifford Devotie Lewis was a former Georgia Tech student at the School of Electrical Engineering, class of 1938. He served as an Army Lieutenant for over four years during the Second World War. This collection contains notes, lab reports, exams, and other materials from the period he was a Georgia Tech student.
This collection consists of a piece of correspondence from M. L. Brittain, Georgia Tech President from 1922 to 1944, and an undated newspaper photo of Clifford Hipps and his wife at the annual freshman Georgia-Georgia Tech football game.
This collection contains two copies of a letter from Clyde Orr, Jr. to Dr. Vernon Crawford, dealing with the relationship between the "Joint Statement on Rights and Freedoms of Students" and the "Statutes of the Georgia Institute of Technology."
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 collection contains materials that document student life on the Georgia Tech campus, including notebooks and papers, news clippings, magazines, student publications, photographs, brochures and programs, and other memorabilia.
This collection is made up of four series that document the day-to-day operations of the College of Architecture as well as the professional work of the Bush-Brown, Gailey, and Heffernan architectural firm, particularly the Tech buildings designed by the firm.
This collection contains photographs and architectural drawings from the College of Architecture relating to architecture classes and projects as well as materials related to Tech buildings, particularly those designed by Bush-Brown, Gaily, and Heffernan.
These annual reports contain a section written by the Dean followed by reports from each of the Schools in the College, in which subjects such as faculty changes, student enrollment, accomplishments, and challenges are discussed, with details specific to each School.
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.