The Hentz, Reid & Adler Architectural Drawings Collection contains architectural drawings from the firms of Norrman, Hentz & Reid; Hentz & Reid; Hentz, Reid & Adler; and Hentz, Adler & Shutze.
This collection is composed of various papers once owned by Herman Samuel. Included in this collection are items relating to student life at Georgia Tech, including Yellow Jacket sports and commencement.
This collecetion contains the existing documents created and curated by Hin Bredendieck. Most of the material relates to his design work and theory, as well as his experiences in the Bauhaus.
History 4876 ("Special Topics in History") is a class offered in the Ivan Allen College of Management, Policy, and International Affairs. This collection contains final papers from Spring 1999.
Dr. Homer S. Weber was a student and a faculty member of the Mechanical Engineering Department. These papers document his entire scholastic career at Georgia Tech.
Dr. Homer S. Weber was a student and faculty member of the Mechanical Engineering department at Georgia Tech. This collection contains 1 gelatin silver print of the 1953 Georgia Tech Faculty.
This collection includes papers relating to the founding and history of the Georgia Tech Honors Program, such as emails, PowerPoint slides, and meeting minutes. It also contains the annual reports of the organization, survey analyses, and the Honors Program newsletter, The HyPe.
The Hugh H. Chapman, Jr. resume and recommendations detail the education and career of Chapman, who apparently applied for a position with Georgia Tech.
Not a complete run; some issues missing
The pictorial history, Images and Memories: Georgia Tech, 1885-1985,was one of several projects celebrating Georgia Tech's centennial in 1985. This collection contains copy prints of many of the photographs that appeared in the book.
The Industrial Archaeology records contain historical research, correspondence, maps, photographs, diagrams, and publications for a variety of industrial sites throughout the state of Georgia. These sites include: mills, canals, railways, bridges, factories, warehouses, and industrial machinery. The majority of the information and research is from the 1970s by Professor James E. Brittain while at Georgia Institute of Technology.
The Georgia Institute of Technology's Office of Institute Communications and Public Affairs (ICPA) was previously known as the news bureau and the public relations office. Among many other responsibilities, ICPA produces annual reports and tracks publicity Georgia Tech receives in various publications. These records include annual reports and newsclippings.
The Institutional Self-Study Steering Committee coordinated the campus-wide self-studies that were conducted within individual departments and schools. These records include minutes, reports, and correspondence for three self-studies: 1961-1963, 1972-1973, and 1982-1983.
This collection contains oral histories, digitized footage, and documentation related to the Interactive Media Technology Center's development of a multimedia system that played a significant role in making the case for Atlanta to host the 1996 Olympics.
The Office of International Student and Scholar Services was formed to serve the international student population at the Georgia Institute of Technology. This collection includes documents from the advisors regarding enrollment of international students, academic progress, and financial statements of the student loan fund for international students.
Interzone was begun in 1986. This collection contains issues ranging from 1986 to 2016, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
This collection contains a single schedule for Georgia Tech's irregular students for February 1917.
Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Anthology was begun in 1978 under Davis Publications, Inc.. This collection contains issues ranging from 1978 to 1980, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
This collection contains 20 photographs of friends and classmates during Reid's school years at Georgia Tech. McPherson Company, a studio photographer in Atlanta, took the majority of the photographs.
Isaac S. Hopkins served as Georgia Tech's first president from its founding in 1888 until his resignation in 1896. Hopkins gave the alumni address at Emory College in 1883 advocating industrial education at Emory.
As head of the Department of Modern Languages, Dr. J. B. Crenshaw retained the faculty correspondence, departmental annual reports, and drafts of academic papers that are contained in this collection.
J. Walter Estes was a graduate of Georgia Tech in 1904. This collection consists of correspondence and a travel itinerary for a group of Georgians on an industrial tour of northern cities.
J. Walter Estes, a member of the class of 1904, collected these photographs of his classmates.
These papers include correspondence, printed material, and newsclippings, primarily documenting the 1951 reunion of the Class of 1901. Also included are certificates certifying J. Wayne Moore, Jr. to practice engineering in Florida and Georgia, and land surveying in Georgia.
This collection contains photographs of the Class of 1901, the Insubordinate Seniors, from their senior year and subsequent reunions.
Two document cases of notebooks, lab reports, workbooks, and textbooks used during James C. Barber's time as a student at the Georgia School (now Institute) of Technology.
The James Herty Lucas papers include newspaper clippings relating to Georgia Tech, a Tech dance invitation, a pamphlet on the engineer William States Lee, and three undated typewritten histories of civil, structural, and highway engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
The James Herty Lucas Visual Materials contains five photographs and three postcards. All items relate to Georgia Tech. Lucas was an alumni and professor of Highway and Civil Engineering at Tech.
Dr. James P. Smith was a faculty member of the Georgia Tech English Department. The bulk of the materials constituting this collection are of the scholarly research he conducted on Frances Newman, an author and a librarian at the Georgia Tech Carnegie Library in the 1920s. His goal was to write a biography on Newman and compile a collection of her criticisms, but Dr. Smith passed away suddenly in 1980 before he could accomplish this.
This collection consists of newspaper clippings (and their photocopies), football and event programs, certificates, and Alpha Tau Omega materials relating to the student life and athletic career of James D. Brewster, Jr. during his time at Georgia Tech.
This collection contains photographs separated from the J.D. Brewster, Jr. Papers. There are images of college students, the Georgia Tech Football Team, and people at Georgia Tech Alumni Atlanta Club events.
This 32-page report describes training and research programs undertaken at Georgia Tech during World War II.
This collection consists of various experiment reports completed by John D. Askew, Jr. for three courses in the Georgia School of Technology’s Electrical Engineering department, numbered EE 16, EE 17, and EE 18. The dates of the reports range from the fall of 1928 to the spring of 1930.
This collection contains numerous photographs from Georgia Tech's Public Relations department. The majority of the photographs depict former United States President Jimmy Carter and Georgia Tech President Joseph Pettit.
John Culver served as Georgia Tech's Director of Campus Affairs and Assistant Vice President for Institute Relations and Development. This collection contains materials documenting the Public Relations Department/Development Office at Georgia Tech during the years that John Culver worked there (1971-1986).
John Saylor Coon was the first Mechanical Engineering professor at Georgia Tech. This collection consists of building specifications he wrote and a newspaper article.
This collection contains incoming and outgoing correspondence to and from John Saylor Coon, as well as a ledger that Coon kept between about 1916 and 1919.
This collection contains one reprint photograph of John Saylor Coon.
This collection contains materials related to the John Smith Automobile Company and the Smith Family.
John Stinson Cook graduated from Georgia Tech in 1937 with a B.S. in General Science. This collection is comprised of materials he obtained during his graduation ceremonies and from his relative, John Carr Cook.
This collection contains images of room #3 in the dormitory known as Shack #1, 1922-1923 and the cake race of 1924.
This collection mainly consists of certificates and memorabilia that Logan obtained during his student years at Georgia Tech or during his visits back to Tech as an alumnus.
This collection contains loose photographs and a scrapbook filled with photos and memorabilia from Logan's time at Georgia Tech. The items document student life, athletics, and other activities of students at Georgia Tech from 1910-1914.
Joseph Boyd McCrary graduated from Georgia Tech in 1891, with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. These papers document his business, the J. B. McCrary Company.
The manuscript materials in this collection focus mainly on the activities of Joseph Coates and Vary Coates in the field of technology assessment. The papers relate to technology assessment in the United States, especially the Congressional Office of Technology Assessment, which functioned from 1972 to 1995. Some documentation of international technology assessment and the Institute for Technology Assessment (1996-1998) is also included.
Joseph Herman Howey (1901-) served as chair of the School of Physics. In 1976, the Physics Building was named in his honor. His papers include a manuscript notebook, entitled "Vector Analysis" and inscribed "J. H. Howey, Yale University, 1927."