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M. W. Jackson Correspondence

M. W. Jackson Correspondence

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Descriptive Summary

Title: M. W. Jackson Correspondence
Identification: MF038
Date: 1950
Size/Quantity: 0.05 linear feet (one archival folder)
Language: This collection is written in English.
Creator: Jackson, M. W., Melvin W.
Repository: Archives & Records Management, Library, Georgia Institute of Technology
Abstract:This collection contains a single letter from M.W. Jackson to Georgia Tech's Extension Division. Jackson requested a change in the Civil Engineering curriculum.

Biographical/Historical Note

Professor Melvin W. Jackson worked as an Assistant Professor in Georgia Tech's School of Civil Engineering in 1950 and 1951.

Scope and Content Note

In this correspondence, Assistant Professor Jackson recommended a change in the Civil Engineering curriculum. He recommended that certain students be exempt from the civil engineering curriculum and be allowed to substitute other courses with the same credit hours. There are also several handwritten names and notes on the correspondence.

Index Terms

Georgia Institute of Technology. Curricula.
Georgia Institute of Technology. School of Civil Engineering.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Please cite M. W. Jackson Correspondence (MF038), Archives, Library and Information Center, Georgia Institute of Technology.


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.

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    1Correspondence, 1950