Records include budgets, audits, reports on examination, cost reports, and material requests, as well as correspondence dealing with campus procedures, operations, policies, and curriculum.
These records cover the two-year period during which Arthur G. Hansen was President of Georgia Tech (1969-1971), as well as the last three to five year period of the administration of President Edwin D. Harrison. These papers include administrative and personal correspondence as well as financial files.
The Crecine records contain files documenting the day-to-day operations of the upper administration of Georgia Tech from the years prior to Crecine's Presidency through his last year in office.
The Olympic Aquatic Center architectural drawings include overall plans, detailed section drawings, elevations, and schedules for the electrical, plumbing, and materials of this building.
The campus of Georgia Tech served as the Olympic Village for the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta. For Tech, the Olympic Village represented the single biggest construction project in the school's history. In addition to the construction of seven new dormitories, such as Sixth Street Apartments and Hemphill Avenue Apartments, Tech also acquired an aquatic center. Although the majority of the photographs are not dated, they all originated around the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games.
This collection consists of photographs documenting damage to the Georgia Tech campus and buildings that occurred during the Olympic and Paralympic games as well as drawings and project timelines representing new construction, renovation, and modifications to Tech's campus and buildings in preparation for the Olympics.
These records include details of the project management for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 1996, including contracts for use of facilities, details of dormitory and fraternity house construction and renovation, and provision for Institute operations during the Olympic period.
As part of an ongoing oral history project, the Georgia Tech chapter of Omicron Delta Kappa has recorded interviews with various campus leaders. This collection contains transcripts and cassette tapes of some of these interviews.
Other Worlds Science Stories was begun in 1949 under publisher Ray Palmer. This collection contains issues ranging from 1950 to 1953, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
During his long career at Georgia Tech, Dr. Paul Weber served as a faculty member in chemical engineering, dean of faculties, and vice president for planning. From 1956 to 1957, he was acting president. These papers include annual reports, correspondence, research articles, and campus publications documenting Weber’s service to the Georgia Tech community and engineering profession.
The photographs in this collection document Paul Weber's life as a faculty member at Georgia Tech and abroad.
This collection contains an high school yearbook, dance cards and invitations, newspaper articles, and a football program. It spans from 1928-1932.
This folder houses three original photos of Ryland "Jack" Swain, a pole-vaulter and high jumper who attended Georgia Institute of Technology.
The Peter Pund Collection consists of a poster of Henry Rudolph "Peter" Pund, a student and football player at Georgia Tech who graduated with a degree in Textile Engineering in 1929. The poster commemorates Pund's induction into the Georgia Athletic Hall of Fame in 1977.
Phi Eta Sigma Fraternity is a freshman honor society chartered at Georgia Tech in 1930. Its records document events that the fraternity hosted.
The Phi Kappa Phi Honorary Society includes both student and faculty in recognizing the academic and individual excellence in the Georgia Tech community. The materials in this collection reflect the activities of the group.
The Philo Holcomb, Jr. papers consist of a series of laboratory manuals, notes, and engineering course work from Mr. Holcomb's time as a student at the Georgia Institute of Technology. The papers are dated from 1911-1918 with an additional artifact (autobiography) dated 1955.
Serving as Georgia Tech's sixth president from 1957-1969, Edwin Harrison saw the school through integration, unprecedented campus expansion, nuclear energy research, and the school's 75th anniversary. Materials relating to these subjects and many others include correspondence, architectural plans, institutional and departmental reports, meeting minutes and newspaper clippings.
The photographs in this collection depict the Edison Foundation Conference on Cooperative Education, attended by President Harrison, and aerial views of the Southern Technical Institute and Naval Air Station.
This collection contains several photographs from Georgia Tech's Price Gilbert Memorial Library's Welcome Event for students. The photographs were taken at the beginning of the fall semester in August 2000.
R. A. Young's papers include correspondence relating to his activities as editor of the Journal of Applied Crystallography, and materials relating to his career at Georgia Tech and his research.
These papers, consisting primarily of correspondence dating from the 1930s, document the significant function placement played in the activities of the Alumni Association during the Great Depression.
This collection contains two transcripts of Raymond Luther Gamble, a Georgia Tech student in 1925.
This collection contains headshots of Richard Meyer as well as a few images related to his professional activities, 1982-1996.
This collection contains black and white photographs of the 1951 Ramblin' Reck Parade.
This publication, which was published ten times a year for a brief period in the late 1970s and early 1980s, typically consists of short articles on football, basketball, baseball, and other intercollegiate sports on the Georgia Tech campus.
Photographs and scrapbooks relating to the life and family history of Randolph Whitfield (1909-2009).
This collection contains images related to Georgia Tech football coaches and teams.
This collection includes correspondence, academic papers, book manuscripts, department reports, personal research, and campus publications pertaining to Ray L. Sweigert's research, and to his work as Dean of Graduate Studies at Georgia Tech.
This collection is largely made up of materials from Kytle's time at Georgia Tech, 1932 through 1936. Included are an address book, three issues of the T Book, a pair of tickets to President Roosevelt's speech on campus, three issues of the Technique, commencement and baccalaureate programs from June 1936, and a 1936 tuition receipt, as well as a program from the YMCA State Student Conference from 1936. Among the later materials is a 50th Anniversary directory for the class of 1936.
Realms of Fiction was begun in 1994 under Sovereign Media Co. This collection contains issues ranging from 1995 to 2003, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
This bound volume consists of a single typewritten alphabetical list of World War I rehabilitation students created from earlier sources during 1968-1969 and 1969-1970 by the Director of Registration and Records at the time, William F. Leslie.
This volume is a signature register of Georgia Tech students. Originally a record of honor pledges, each entry in the volume includes the student's signature, post office, birth place and date, class entered, date of entrance, parent or guardian, time and manner of leaving (withdrawal or graduation date), and remarks.
The Regulations for Students, Faculty, and Instructors consists of booklets and some accompanying textual material outlining the rules and regulations for governing the student body at Georgia Tech.
This collection contains numerous photographs of students working on computers in the Georgia Tech library, with the assistance of Miriam Drake and Anne Tinker, former head of the Systems Department.
The Research News and Publications Office Visual Materials consists of slides and photographs documenting research and innovation at Georgia Tech and organizations related to Georgia Tech. The images in this collection were taken to illustrate articles in one of RNPO's publications.
This collection is primarily composed of pictures of Sigma Phi Epsilon-related subjects, a collage of pictures of Georgia Tech's campus, and people dressed for "a day on the town" or "1910."
Robert B. Wallace graduated from Georgia Tech in 1949 and served as the Director of Information Services and Publications. He authored three books, including a history on Georgia Tech entitled Dress Her in White and Gold. These papers are comprised of the book manuscript, information on campus building names, and nominations for the Sports Illustrated Silver Anniversary All-America Award.
Robert Deaver Neill graduated from Georgia Tech in 1943 with a degree in either Industrial Management or Electrical Engineering. While a student at Georgia Tech, he was a member of the Alpha Phi Omega fraternity and Navy R.O.T.C. This collection contains silver gelatin prints, which were taken and developed by Robert Neill or photographer John T. Moore of Seneca, South Carolina.
Robert S. Johnston graduated from Georgia Tech in Mechanical Engineering in 1942. This collection contains formula sheets, graduation cards, and materials from his 50th class reunion.
Collection contains WWII correspondence written by Robert W. Cook and a DVD and index/summary of an oral history interview. In the interview, Cook discusses his family, education, involvement as a soldier in China and India, and experiences as a student at Georgia Tech after the war.
The Ronald H. Bayor Papers contain comprehensive material used to write Bayor’s book, Race and the Shaping of Twentieth-Century Atlanta. Written research notes, oral history interviews and transcripts, and general research material form this dynamic collection that captures the turbulent era of social change in Atlanta.
This collection consists of a single diagram detailing the plays of the 1929 Rose Bowl game.
Sandra W. Thornton joined the faculty of Georgia Tech in 1962 as an instructor in political science, retiring as assistant professor in the School of Public Policy in 1997. These papers document her activities in formulating Georgia Tech policy in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Satellite Science Fiction was begun in 1956 under Renown Publications. This collection contains issues ranging from 1956 to 1958, though the reader should note that the collection may not be complete.
This collection consists of administrative files relating to the annual inspections of the School of Aerospace Engineering by the Engineers' Council for Professional Development (ECPD) and the Institutional Self-Study of the 1960s at the Georgia Institute of Technology. The collection also includes articles and research by the faculty in aerospace engineering, dating mainly from the late 1930s and 1940s.