Georgia Institute of Technology. Library. Archives, Records Management and Digital Curation Department

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The Georgia Tech Archives, Records Management and Digital Curation Department collects, preserves, and exhibits unique historical materials and digital content to inspire new creations, advance knowledge, and encourage innovation in service towards the public interest.

266 4th Street NW Atlanta, GA 30332


Name Description
A Thousand Wheels Are Set in Motion Georgia Tech history from 1888-1908 with architectural drawings of eight early campus buildings from the Georgia Tech Archives
Facilities Department Photographs and Slides 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 post-World War II and onward.
Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills Digital Collection Photographs and records from 1907 to 1989 of the Atlanta-based Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill.
George C. Griffin Photograph Collection 646 photographs, ca. 1885-1985, relating to all aspects of Georgia Tech and its history.
Georgia Tech Advertisements Display of various advertisements from 1894 to 1948 selected from Georgia Tech student publications that provide insight into the lives of Georgia Tech students.
Georgia Tech Artifacts A selection of artifacts and Georgia Tech memorabilia from 1890 to 1996.
Georgia Tech Historic Buildings & Landscapes Documents and photographs related to Georgia Tech's built environment dating from 2001 to 2010.
Georgia Tech Living History Videotaped recollections of former Georgia Tech students collected between 1994 and 1997.
Georgia Tech Photograph Collection Images created by and for a variety of Georgia Tech campus units and organizations from 1850 to 2017, including the athletic department and the yearbook.
National Security for the 21st Century Articles, speeches, and video interviews from 1997 to 2000 with Senator Sam Nunn and national security experts at the University of Georgia, the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Atlanta First Responder training community.
Photographs of the Historic American Buildings Survey: Georgia Photographs and drawings of Georgia's historic buildings created from 1929 to 1945 as part of the WPA's Historic American Buildings Survey project.
Splendid Growth: Architectural Drawings of the A. French Textile Building The history of textile education and the construction of the textile education building at Georgia Tech with context provided for the rise of the textile industry in the South from the Georgia Tech Archives