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.
The 24 photographs in this collection document the deplorable conditions of the walkways and roads on the Georgia Tech campus in 1919.
The English Department was part of Georgia Tech's course study when the school opened its doors in 1888. Throughout the years, the English Department moved to different departments and colleges. In 1990, the department moved to Literature, Communication, and Culture. This collection contains numerous reports, such as annual reports and reports to faculty and staff.
This collection contains two Georgia Tech enrollment lists from 1888-1908 and 1904-1905.
Ernest Scheller, Jr., was an alumnus of Georgia Tech, receiving a degree in Industrial Management in 1952. Additionally, he was an active member of campus fraternities and many campus service and cultural organizations.
This collection includes an anniversary guide to the Georgia Tech campus, 1963; an invitation and program to the inauguration of Georgia Tech President Arthur Hansen, 1969; a copy of The Technique, November 25, 1969; and athletic and student identification cards.
The Eugie Foster collection contains books and serials featuring Foster’s published stories, correspondence with editors and publishers, story drafts and reading copies, award certificates Foster received for her writing, and badges from science fiction conventions.
This bound volume contains minutes of the Night School Committee, a four-page pamphlet on the history of the Engineering Evening School, and correspondence, faculty rolls, and some financial information.
The Executive Round Table provides an opportunity for distinguished leaders to meet and share creative ideas of substance. Its membership is chosen to provide a balance between outstanding students, interesting faculty, and dynamic representatives of industry. The notebooks, maintained by the presidents, document the Round Table's activities from 1989 to 1991.
Extrapolation was begun in 1959 by editor Thomas D. Clareson. This collection contains issues ranging from 1972 to 2017, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
This collection contains a single letter from F. S. Holliday to the Georgia Tech faculty. Holliday, an electrical engineering student, requested a change in his class schedule.
This collection consists of architectural drawings and blueprints documenting the design and construction of numerous buildings on the campus of the Georgia Institute of Technology.
This collection consists of photographs and slides documenting the design, construction, and renovation of numerous buildings and other construction projects on the campus of the Georgia Institute of Technology. Digital materials are available at http://hdl.handle.net/1853/67354.
This collection consists of paper records documenting the design and construction of numerous building projects on the campus of the Georgia Institute of Technology.
The Georgia Tech Fact Books include annual facts and figures about the Institute, such as admission and enrollment statistics, organizational charts, listings of administrative faculty and staff, student information, finances, research, and facilities.
This collection contains Georgia Tech faculty biographical information, which includes such information as date of birth, education, and military service.
This collection contains a single piece of correspondence from the Georgia Tech faculty to the Georgia Tech Board of Trustees, which dealt with group insurance for faculty and staff.
This collection contains the minutes from the faculty meetings at the Georgia Institute of Technology from 1888-1965, including discussions, decisions, rulings, and reports that occurred during these meetings. The collection also includes minutes from a variety of faculty committees.
This collection contains faculty attendance records from 1932-1947.
This single bound volume contains newsletters for residents of family housing at the Georgia Tech campus.
Famous Fantastic Mysteries was begun in 1939 under The Frank A. Munsey Co. publishing. This collection contains issues ranging from 1943 to 1949, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
Famous Science Fiction Tales of Wonder was begun in 1966 under publisher Health Knowledge, Inc. This collection contains issues ranging from 1966 to 1967, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
was begun in 1952 under Ziff-Davis Publishing Co. This collection contains issues ranging from 1952 to 1978, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
Fantastic Adventures was an American science fiction periodical that ran from 1939 to 1953 under Ziff-Davis Publishing Company. Georgia Tech Archives and Special Collections holds the issues of the magazine published from 1946 - 1949.
A United States semiprozine which ran for 26 issues, from Winter 1992 to Winter 2005.
Fantastic Universe was begun in 1953 under King-Size Publications. This collection contains issues ranging from to 1953-1958, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
The Ferst Center for the Arts at Georgia Tech hosts an array of world-class cultural performances, and each performance is accompanied by a descriptive program. This collection consists of selected programs from performances at the Ferst Center.
Fiction was begun in 1953. This collection contains issues from 1963, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
This collection brings together the Georgia Tech publications on the subject of financial aid.
This collection contains financial records from Georgia Tech's capital campaign, the Georgia Tech Expansion Fund, later known as the Greater Georgia Tech Fund.
This collection contains correspondence and a report from Floyd Field, former Georgia Tech Dean of Students and Chair of the Mathematics Department.
This collection contains an oversized advertisement and a 1931 Georgia Tech football schedule.
Foundation: the International Review of Science Fiction was begun in 1972 under the Science Fiction Foundation as a review journal. This collection contains issues ranging from 1994 to 2016, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
Frances Newman served as Georgia Tech's librarian from 1924 to 1926. Her papers are comprised of correspondence and newspaper clippings dealing with her untimely death, as well as typescripts of some of her published and unpublished works.
This collection contains one photograph of Frances Newman. This is the same photograph that appeared in the 1924 Atlanta Constitution article announcing Miss Newman as the new librarian at Georgia Tech.
This collection contains architectural drawings and architectural photographs from Francis Palmer Smith, Henry Howard Smith, and the partnership of Robert Smith Pringle and Francis Palmer Smith. Project types include commercial, residential, medical, religious, and academic buildings.
The materials in this collection consist of football game charts created by sports writer Frank A. Kopf for The Atlanta Journal. Each chart is for a separate Georgia Tech game, and details every play made during that game. The charts range in date from 1927 to 1934.
Frank Beckum taught architectural history and drafting in the College of Architecture from 1955 until 1990, serving as Assistant Dean from 1982 until 1990. His papers include course materials from his architectural history classes, primarily lectures and exams.
Frank H. Neely, business and civic leader in Atlanta, graduated from Georgia Tech in 1904. His ties to Tech remained strong throughout his life, and his philanthropy is visible throughout campus. These papers include scrapbooks, correspondence, and printed materials primarily documenting his receipt of the Gantt Medal (1952) and Taylor Key (1958), and the Neely medal collection which was housed in the Rae and Frank Neely Room in the Library and Information Center.
This collection consists of a letter written in 1988 from Frederic Coleman Channell, Jr., one of Frank Waddey's football teammates at Tech, to Waddey, a copy of the "Georgia Tech's Golden Tornado: Champions 1928" tribute book, and a newspaper article about the 1929 Rose Bowl game.
This collection contains photographs depicting the Georgia Tech campus and dormitory life during the early twentieth century. The description of the photographs provided is identical to that written on the images.
This collection consists of two Georgia Tech football programs, a ticket to a Georgia Tech-Florida game, a program for a Kappa Sigma Fraternity banquet, and a booklet on electricity.
This collection contains over 100 photographs that document the construction of the Tallulah Falls Dam, the early days of football at the Georgia School of Technology, and the boarding of military troop transport ships. Family photographs and a photo album make up the remainder of the collection.
This collection consists of fraternity certificates for individuals as well as charter member certificates for several fraternities at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
The photographs in this collection include images of Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills' buildings and environs, employees, and machinery.
This collection of news clippings and magazine articles contains general background and historical information on the Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills and the textile industry in the twentieth century.