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Harvey West Correspondence

Harvey West Correspondence

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Descriptive Summary

Title: Harvey West Correspondence
Identification: MF037
Date: 1935
Size/Quantity: 0.05 linear feet (one archival folder)
Language: This collection is written in English.
Creator: West, Harvey
Repository: Archives & Records Management, Library, Georgia Institute of Technology
Abstract:This collection contains a single letter from Harvey West, President of the "T" Club, to the Georgia Tech faculty regarding student dances.

Biographical/Historical Note

Harvey West graduated from Georgia Tech in 1936, with a B. S. degree in Civil Engineering.


Scope and Content Note

The Harvey West Correspondence contains a typed request from West to the Georgia Tech faculty. He asked the faculty to consider having student dances on campus. Within the correspondence, there are handwritten notes from H. A. C. (otherwise unidentified) and Georgia Tech's President, Dr. Marion Brittain. President Brittain denied West's request.


Index Terms

Brittain, M. L., (Marion Luther), 1866-1953
Georgia Institute of Technology. Faculty.
Students--Social life and customs.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Please cite Harvey West Correspondence (MF037), Archives, Library and Information Center, Georgia Institute of Technology.

Provenance

Accession #2001.132.

Processing Information

Jody Lloyd Thompson described this item in 2002.

Revisions to Finding Aid

October 2005:
  • Finding aid converted from Encoded Archival Description Version 1.0 to Version 2002. September 2010: Finding aid imported into Archivists' Toolkit.

  • Restrictions

    Restrictions: Access

    None.

    Restrictions: Use

    Permission to publish materials from this collection must be obtained from the Head of Archives and Special Collections.


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    A print copy of this finding aid is available in the Georgia Tech Archives reading room.


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    1Correspondence, 1935