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Collects, preserves, and provides access to materials related to architectural design in the southeast. The Archives acquisition of the Heffernan Design Archives (HDA) Collection serves as the foundation for expanding the architectural collecting area to include locations outside of Georgia Tech proper, specifically focusing on the design and development of the modern South.
The architectural work and personal documents of P.M. Heffernan, former director of the Georgia Tech College of Architecture, comprise the nucleus of the GTDA Collection. After the College of Architecture (CoA) acquired the Heffernan House and materials in 1995, the collection grew significantly under the auspices of the late CoA Dean Thomas D. Galloway. The collection now includes a substantial body of faculty, student, and alumni work.
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