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President Edwin D. Harrison Papers

President Edwin D. Harrison Papers

Descriptive Summary

Title: President Edwin D. Harrison Papers
Identification: UA003
Date: 1930-1968 (bulk 1957-1965)
Size/Quantity: 16.6 linear feet (39 document cases plus 4 oversize)
Language: This collection is written in English.
Creator: Harrison, Edwin D., 1916-2001
Repository: Archives & Records Management, Library and Information Center, Georgia Institute of Technology
Abstract: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.

Biographical/Historical Note

After Edwin Harrison was inaugurated as the sixth president of Georgia Tech in August 1957, his outgoing personality helped develop warm and trusting relationships with students, faculty, alumni, and the Atlanta community. His previous positions included Dean of Engineering at the University of Toledo and Assistant Dean at Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Harrison graduated from the Naval Academy in 1939 and served in the Navy until 1945. He earned his master's degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute in 1948 and his doctorate degree from Purdue University in 1952. Both were in the field of mechanical engineering.

Harrison became president after Colonel Blake Van Leer passed away in office in January 1956 and Paul Weber served an interim term for nearly seventeen months. The University System of Georgia Board of Regents had a long and difficult search for presidential candidates because of the social climate and racial tension of the South during the 1950s. Potential contenders for the position were not interested in helming the presidency of a university in Georgia because of discriminatory state laws and the inevitable integration crisis. There was also the inability of Georgia Tech to match the faculty and administrative salaries of peer institutions. Harrison proactively addressed both these issues during the first half of his presidency.

When Georgia Tech integrated peacefully in 1961, it was the first school in the Deep South to do so without a court order. Harrison and his staff wanted to retain control over the situation, lest student riots and other disorderly conduct should occur much as they did at the University of Georgia in Athens (UGA) and other southern schools. He also wanted to keep the federal courts from as well as preventing the closure of the school. At the time, state law prohibited the integration of any public school. This was Georgia's direct response to the U.S. Supreme Court case Brown vs. Board of Education. Harrison was successful in his intentions. When three of the thirteen applicants enrolled in the 1961 fall semester, the daily campus life went mostly undisturbed.

The other issue during the early years of Harrison's term was the inability of Georgia Tech to pay competitive salaries to the faculty, which negatively affected retention rates. A key solution to this problem was the creation of the Joint Tech-Georgia Foundation. This fund-raising organization supplemented salaries of faculty at both Georgia Tech and UGA and helped to attract top educators and researchers from around the nation.

During Harrison's presidency, Georgia Tech celebrated its 75th anniversary in 1963 with year-long events. Over 100 speakers were invited to the campus and several notable individuals spoke at Alexander Memorial Coliseum, including Pulitzer-Prize winner and Atlanta Constitution editor Ralph McGill, General Lucius Clay, and Chief Justice Earl Warren. When the official convocation was held in October 1963, 275 representatives of universities from around the country came to observe the occasion with Tech.

One of the projects conducted in conjunction with the 75th anniversary was the Institute Self Study. This internal and external survey of the present and future of the school took three years to complete. It was undertaken to achieve the following goals: to chart expansion of land and people since the school was founded; to improve the quality of academic programs; to reorganize the campus administration; to gauge the relationship of Georgia Tech to the state economy; and to attract national attention by improving the Institute image.

Even with all these accomplishments, Harrison's lasting legacy to Georgia Tech is another matter that occurred during of his term in office. During the 1950s and 1960s, federal, state, and local support for urban renewal was readily available and Harrison took advantage of this situation. He contracted for two separate master plans and added 128 acres to the campus. One of these master plans led to the creation of a traffic loop called Tech Parkway, now known as Ferst Drive. Hemphill Avenue was closed through campus; it originally ran all the way to North Avenue and joined with Lucky Street. Grants from NASA and the National Science Foundation provided funds for the modern buildings, including the Neely Reactor Research Center. Other buildings constructed during this time included Skiles Classroom Building, the Library's Crosland Tower, Brittain Dining Hall, Rich Electronic Computing Center, five dormitories, and many more. Other buildings were in the planning stages during Harrison's term, as well.

When Harrison resigned in 1969 after eleven years in office, it came to many without warning. There had been a slow build-up of differences between him and the school's governing Board of Regents over long-term goals and administrative procedures. The official statement to the campus and to the public only offered the fact that he thought ten years was long enough to be president of one university. Also, with a vacancy in the Vice President of Academic Affairs, he felt the timing was right so that a new president could select his own V.P. In April 1969, students and the campus community celebrated "Wonderful Ed's Day," so proclaimed by the mayor of Atlanta. Harrison worked with J.P. Stevens and Company for seven years before retiring. He died in 2001.


Scope and Content Note

President Edwin Harrison was charged with monumental administrative tasks and decisions during his eleven years in office. The materials in this collection offer evidence to support the fact that he carried each and every responsibility with commitment and grace. Several issues stand out above the rest.

First and foremost is the explosion of campus construction during his term. Significant campus master plans can be found in Oversize Folder 2. The Georgia Tech Development Plan is housed in all of Box 7 and Box 8, Folders 1-4. Records and correspondence relating to constructions of specific buildings are usually arranged by the name of the building or major. These folders are located throughout the collection, but are most prevalent in the first 10 boxes and Boxes 17-20.

Along a similar vein of expansion, Southern Technical Institute, now known as Southern Polytechnic State University, outgrew the Naval Air Station in Chamblee ten years after its founding. In 1958, proposals were submitted from both DeKalb and Cobb counties to either keep or lure the school. Correspondence, reports, maps, and aerial photography (separated to VAUA3) document the timeline of the decision made by Georgia Tech and the Board of Regents. These materials are housed in Box 34, Folders 4-8, all of Box 35, and Oversize Folders 3-4.

The Joint Tech-Georgia Foundation was created to raise funds to supplement the lower-than-national-average faculty and administrative salaries. This was a successful cooperation from Georgia Tech and the University of Georgia in Athens. Documents pertaining to this organization can be found in Box 19, Folders 6-7.

With the dawning of the space age, Georgia Tech focused a great deal of their research and development on nuclear energy. Plans to build a nuclear reactor facility are housed in all folders of Box 17 and Box 18, Folders 1-7. The National Science Foundation awarded grants to build this facility and those proposals can be found in Boxes 24-28 and Box 29, Folders 1-2. Harrison was involved with many commissions, one of which was the Georgia Nuclear Advisory Commission (Box 11, Folder 11).

Georgia Tech celebrated its 75th anniversary in 1961 with many scheduled events and speakers. Correspondence, including letters of congratulations, relating to this can be found I Box 32, Folders 9-10 and Box 33, Folders 1-2. The most controversial speaker to appear was Chief Justice Earl Warren. His Supreme Court had ruled in 1954 that separate public facilities were not equal, thus paving the way for integration. Many voiced their disapproval to Harrison on inviting him to speak. These letters are housed in Box 33, Folder 3.

The annual reports found in Box 39, Folders 5-16 are a small sampling of the campus departments. There is no consistent basis on why these reports were kept with Harrison's papers and why others are not.


Arrangement

Original order was maintained for this collection by using the mostly alphabetical filing system created by the Office of the President. Similar subjects spanning several folders were consolidated whenever possible.


Index Terms

College integration--Georgia--Atlanta--History.
Georgia Institute of Technology. History.
Georgia Institute of Technology. Presidents.
Harrison, Edwin D., 1916-2001
Nuclear physics--Research--Georgia--Atlanta.
School buildings--Design and construction.
Southern Polytechnic State University. History.
Warren, Earl, 1891-1974

Administrative Information

Separations

Photographs have been separated to VAUA003.

Preferred Citation

Please cite President Edwin D. Harrison Papers (UA003), Archives, Library and Information Center, Georgia Institute of Technology.

Provenance

The Office of the President donated these papers (Accession #1985.1101; old number: 85-11-01).

Processing Information

Yen M. Tang processed these papers in 2003.

Revisions to Finding Aid

February 2006:
  • Finding aid converted from Encoded Archival Description Version 1.0 to Version 2002. March 2010: Finding aid imported into Archivists' Toolkit.

  • Restrictions

    Restrictions: Access

    The following folders are restricted until 2065: Box 20, Folder 4; Box 29, Folder 4; and Box 35, Folder 5.

    Restrictions: Use

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


    Other Finding Aids

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


    Container List

     

    Box

    Fldr

    11Admissions Policies, 1965
     
    12Administration Building Remodeling (See also: Oversize), 1960-1967
     
    13Air University Board of Visitors, 1962-1965
     
    14Alexander Memorial Building, 1953-1963
     
    15R. Elam Anderson Correspondence, 1963-1964
     
    16Apalachin Conference, 1961
     
    17Architecture Building Proposal, 1957-1964
     
    18Army ROTC, 1952-1965
     
    19Army ROTC, 1952-1965
     
    110Associated Industries of Georgia, 1962-1963
     
    111Atlanta World's Fair Committee, 1963
     

    Box

    Fldr

    21Atomic Energy Commission, 1956-1962
     
    22Atomic Energy Commission, 1956-1962
     
    23Atomic Energy Commission, 1956-1962
     
    24Estate of A. D. Black, 1958-1962
     
    25Budget, 1960-1963
     
    26Budget, 1960-1963
     
    27Budget, 1960-1963
     

    Box

    Fldr

    31Budget, 1963-1964
     
    32Budget, 1963-1964
     
    33Howard "Bo" Callaway Correspondence, 1957-1964
     
    34Chemistry Building Annex, 1960-1963
     
    35Civil Defense, 1961-1963
     
    36Civil Defense, 1961-1963
     
    37Chemical Engineering-Ceramic Engineering Building, 1959-1961
     

    Box

    Fldr

    41Chemical Engineering-Ceramic Engineering Building, 1962-1965
     
    42Chemical Engineering-Ceramic Engineering Building, 1962-1965
     
    43Classroom Building, 1957-1965
     
    44Classroom Building, 1957-1965
     
    45Classroom Building, 1957-1965
     
    46Rich Electronic Computer Center, 1957-1958
     
    47Controller, 1950-1958
     
    48Controller, 1950-1958
     

    Box

    Fldr

    51Controller, 1962-1963
     
    52Committee on Co-op Education, 1959-1965
     
    53Committee on Co-op Education, 1959-1965
     
    54Committee on Co-op Education, 1959-1965
     
    55Defense Advisory Committee on Education, 1961
     

    Box

    Fldr

    61Defense Advisory Committee on Education, 1958-1963
     
    62Defense Advisory Committee on Education, 1958-1963
     
    63Defense Advisory Committee on Education, 1958-1963
     
    64Desegregation, 1961
     
    65Division of Education, 1963
     

    Box

    Fldr

    71Georgia Tech Development Plan (See also: Oversize), 1957-1962
     
    72Georgia Tech Development Plan (See also: Oversize), 1957-1962
     
    73Georgia Tech Development Plan (See also: Oversize), 1957-1962
     
    74Georgia Tech Development Plan (See also: Oversize), 1957-1962
     
    75Georgia Tech Development Plan (See also: Oversize), 1957-1962
     
    76Georgia Tech Development Plan (See also: Oversize), 1957-1962
     

    Box

    Fldr

    81Georgia Tech Development Plan, 1963-1965
     
    82Georgia Tech Development Plan, 1963-1965
     
    83Georgia Tech Development Plan, 1963-1965
     
    84Georgia Tech Development Plan, 1963-1965
     
    85Brittain Dining Hall Rehabilitation, 1962-1964
     
    86Names for Dormitories, 1959-1960
     
    87Dormitory Building Project, 1959-1960
     
    88Dormitory Building Project, 1959-1960
     

    Box

    Fldr

    91Dormitory Building Project, 1957-1964
     
    92Dormitory Building Project, 1957-1964
     
    93Dormitory Building Project, 1957-1964
     
    94Electrical Engineering Building, 1957-1962
     
    95Electrical Engineering Building, 1957-1962
     
    96Electrical Engineering Building, 1957-1962
     
    97Electrical Engineering Building, 1957-1962
     

    Box

    Fldr

    101Electrical Engineering Building, 1964-1965
     
    102Engineering Experiment Station, 1957-1965
     
    103Engineering Experiment Station, 1957-1965
     
    104Engineering Experiment Station, 1957-1965
     
    105Engineering Experiment Station, 1957-1965
     
    106Future of Engineering Experiment Station, 1960-1961
     
    107Engineering Experiment Station - Seismic Station, 1962-1964
     

    Box

    Fldr

    111Space Needs for Engineering Experiment Station, 1958-1963
     
    112Estate of Lettie P. Evans, 1958-1960
     
    113Fellowships, 1957-1962
     
    114Football Seating Charts, 1958-1964
     
    115Fort Belvoir - ROTC Camp, 1959
     
    66Foundations, 1958-1961
     
    117Fraternity Matters, 1957-1964
     
    118Fraternity Matters, 1957-1964
     
    119Fraternity Matters, 1957-1964
     
    1110Georgia Tech Research Reactor Report, undated
     
    1111Georgia Nuclear Advisory Commission, 1950-1959
     

    Box

    Fldr

    121Georgia Nuclear Advisory Commission, 1958-1964
     
    122Georgia Education Association, 1958-1962
     
    123Georgia Aerospace Administration, 1958-1963
     
    124Georgia Aerospace Administration, 1958-1963
     
    125Georgia Fire Training Institute, 1957-1963
     
    126General Electric Board, 1962
     
    127Co-education, 1957-1965
     
    128Coca-Cola Laboratory Trailer, 1958-1962
     
    129Cuban Students Assistance, 1960-1965
     
    1210Georgia Progress Newsletters, 1946
     

    Box

    Fldr

    131Georgia Tech Athletic Association, 1957-1966
     
    132Georgia Tech Athletic Association, 1957-1966
     
    133Georgia Tech Athletic Association, 1957-1966
     
    134Georgia Tech Athletic Association, 1957-1966
     
    135Georgia Tech Athletic Association, 1957-1966
     
    136Georgia Tech Athletic Association, 1957-1966
     
    137Georgia Tech Athletic Association, 1957-1966
     

    Box

    Fldr

    141Georgia Tech Alumni Association, 1959
     
    142Georgia Tech Foundation, 1957-1963
     
    143Georgia Tech Foundation, 1957-1963
     
    144Georgia Tech Foundation, 1957-1963
     
    145Georgia Tech Foundation, 1957-1963
     
    146Georgia Tech Foundation, 1957-1963
     

    Box

    Fldr

    151Georgia Tech Foundation, 1961-1964
     
    152Georgia Tech Research Institute, 1956-1964
     
    153Georgia Tech Research Institute, 1956-1964
     
    154Georgia Tech Research Institute, 1956-1964
     
    155Gifts, 1958-1962
     

    Box

    Fldr

    161Gifts, 1962-1964
     
    162Governor's Commission on Education, 1963
     
    163Graduate Council, 1957
     
    164Gulf Oil Corporation Fellowships, 1961-1964
     
    165Marvin S. Griffin Correspondence, 1955-1959
     
    166Edwin Harrison Personal Correspondence, 1956-1961
     
    167American Dental Trade Association Annual Meeting, 1957-1958
     
    168Higher Education Facilities Act, 1964-1965
     
    169Housing and Home Finance Agency, 1958-1960
     
    1610Housing and Home Finance Agency, 1958-1960
     

    Box

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    171Nuclear Reactor Facility, 1957-1962
     
    172Nuclear Reactor Facility, 1957-1962
     
    173Nuclear Reactor Facility, 1957-1962
     
    174Nuclear Reactor Facility, 1957-1962
     
    175Nuclear Reactor Facility, 1957-1962
     

    Box

    Fldr

    181Nuclear Reactor Facility, 1958-1963
     
    182Nuclear Reactor Facility, 1958-1963
     
    183Nuclear Reactor Facility, 1958-1963
     
    184Nuclear Reactor Facility, 1958-1963
     
    185Nuclear Reactor Facility, 1958-1963
     
    186Nuclear Reactor Facility, 1958-1963
     
    187Nuclear Reactor Facility, 1958-1963
     
    188Nuclear Research Center, 1963
     
    189Nuclear Research Center, 1963
     
    1810Lockheed Nuclear Laboratories, 1963
     

    Box

    Fldr

    191Inauguration, 1957-1958
     
    192Infirmary Building, 1955-1961
     
    193Infirmary Building, 1955-1961
     
    194Industrial Relations Center, 1939-1963
     
    195International Cooperation Administration, 1955-1959
     
    196Joint Tech-Georgia Development Fund, 1955-1967
     
    197Joint Tech-Georgia Development Fund, 1955-1967
     
    198Lawson Apartments, 1950-1964
     
    199State Appropriations Committee, 1948-1963
     
    1910Georgia Legislature Visit, 1963
     

    Box

    Fldr

    201Library Building, 1955-1964
     
    202National Asociation of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges, 1965
     
    203National Asociation of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges, 1965
     
    204Gary Bradley Application [RESTRICTED], 1965
     
    205Correspondence, 1964-1965
     
    206Correspondence, 1964-1965
     
    207Correspondence, 1964-1965
     
    208Correspondence, 1964-1965
     

    Box

    Fldr

    211Correspondence, 1965
     
    212Correspondence, 1965
     
    213Correspondence, 1965
     
    214Correspondence, 1965
     
    215Correspondence, 1965
     
    216Correspondence, 1965
     

    Box

    Fldr

    221Correspondence, 1965-1966
     
    222Correspondence, 1965-1966
     
    223Correspondence, 1965-1966
     
    224Correspondence, 1965-1966
     
    225Correspondence, 1965-1966
     
    226Correspondence, 1965-1966
     

    Box

    Fldr

    231Correspondence, 1966
     
    232Correspondence, 1966
     
    233Industrial Development Research Center, 1961-1964
     
    234Industrial Development Research Center, 1961-1964
     
    235Industrial Development Research Center, 1961-1964
     
    236University of South Florida Investigation, 1962
     
    237Motor Pool, 1962-1963
     
    238Committee on Moving Picture of Georgia Tech, 1953-1964
     

    Box

    Fldr

    241National Science Foundation, 1957-1961
     
    242National Science Foundation, 1957-1961
     
    243National Science Foundation, 1957-1961
     
    244National Science Foundation, 1957-1961
     
    245National Science Foundation, 1957-1961
     
    246National Science Foundation, 1957-1961
     

    Box

    Fldr

    251National Science Foundation, 1961-1963
     
    252National Science Foundation, 1961-1963
     
    253National Science Foundation, 1961-1963
     
    254National Science Foundation, 1961-1963
     
    255National Science Foundation, 1961-1963
     
    256National Science Foundation, 1961-1963
     

    Box

    Fldr

    261National Science Foundation, 1962-1965
     
    262National Science Foundation, 1962-1965
     
    263National Science Foundation, 1962-1965
     
    264National Science Foundation, 1962-1965
     
    265National Science Foundation, 1962-1965
     
    266National Science Foundation, 1962-1965
     

    Box

    Fldr

    271National Science Foundation, 1963-1964
     
    272National Science Foundation, 1963-1964
     
    273National Science Foundation, 1963-1964
     
    274National Science Foundation, 1963-1964
     
    275National Science Foundation, 1963-1964
     
    276National Science Foundation, 1963-1964
     

    Box

    Fldr

    281National Science Foundation, 1964-1965
     
    282National Science Foundation, 1964-1965
     
    283National Science Foundation, 1964-1965
     
    284National Science Foundation, 1964-1965
     

    Box

    Fldr

    291National Science Foundation, 1963-1965
     
    292National Science Foundation, 1963-1965
     
    293Naval Reserve Officer's Training Corps, 1954-1963
     
    294Dianne Nicholson vs. Shlomo Barnoon [RESTRICTED], 1964
     
    295Nicols Foundation, 1960-1961
     
    296Noble Foundation, 1960-1961
     
    297Naval Air Station (See also: Oversize), 1946-1959
     
    298Naval Air Station (See also: Oversize), 1946-1959
     

    Box

    Fldr

    301Naval Air Station, 1959-1961
     
    302Robert Kiehl - Doctoral Dissertation Abstract, 1957
     
    303New York Accrediting, 1942-1961
     
    304NASA Meeting, 1963
     
    305NASA Research Proposals, 1964
     
    306Paper Technology, 1958
     
    307Parachute Club, 1961-1962
     
    308Parking Permits, 1957-1961
     
    309Parents' Day Committee, 1958-1961
     
    3010Personnel Approvals, 1957-1965
     

    Box

    Fldr

    311Employee Physical Examinations, 1956-1956
     
    312Physical Plant Building, 1959-1961
     
    313Pollution Research laboratory, 1961-1962
     
    314President's House, 1958-1961
     
    315Radio Isotopes Laboratory Building, 1958-1964
     
    316Research Committee, 1963
     
    317Research Committee, 1963
     
    318Research Proposals, 1964
     
    319Research Proposals, 1964
     
    3110Research Proposals, 1964
     

    Box

    Fldr

    321Rifle Range, 1930-1962
     
    322Sedition and Subversive Activities Act, 1957-1962
     
    323Seminar House, 1961
     
    324Self-Study of Georgia Tech, 1961-1963
     
    325Self-Study of Georgia Tech, 1961-1963
     
    326Self-Study of Georgia Tech, 1961-1963
     
    327Scholarships, 1957-1962
     
    328Scholarships, 1957-1962
     
    32975th Anniversary, 1958-1962
     
    321075th Anniversary, 1958-1962
     

    Box

    Fldr

    33175th Anniversary, 1963
     
    33275th Anniversary, 1963
     
    33375th Anniversary - Earl Warren Protest, 1963
     
    334Southeast Conference, 1954-1963
     
    335Southeast Conference, 1954-1963
     
    336Southeast Conference, 1954-1963
     
    337Southeast Conference, 1954-1963
     

    Box

    Fldr

    341Southeast Conference, 1961-1964
     
    342Southeast Conference, 1961-1964
     
    343Southern Regional Education Board Building, 1957-1958
     
    344Southern Technical Institute (See also: Oversize), 1957-1960
     
    345Southern Technical Institute (See also: Oversize), 1957-1960
     
    346Southern Technical Institute (See also: Oversize), 1957-1960
     
    347Southern Technical Institute (See also: Oversize), 1957-1960
     
    348Southern Technical Institute (See also: Oversize), 1957-1960
     

    Box

    Fldr

    351Southern Technical Institute, 1960-1965
     
    352Southern Technical Institute, 1960-1965
     
    353Southern Technical Institute, 1960-1965
     
    354Southern Technical Institute, 1960-1965
     
    355Southern Technical Institute (RESTRICTED), 1960-1965
     

    Box

    Fldr

    361Stribling Memorial Textile Fellowship, 1962
     
    362Television Research Committee, 1955-1963
     
    363U.S. Military Academy Board of Visitors, 1960-1963
     
    364U.S. Military Academy Board of Visitors, 1960-1963
     
    365U.S. Naval Academy Advisory Commission, 1961-1962
     
    366U.S. Naval Academy Advisory Commission, 1961-1962
     
    367United Student Aid Funds, Inc., 1963
     
    368University Center in Georgia, 1957-1961
     
    369University Center in Georgia, 1957-1961
     

    Box

    Fldr

    371University System - Proposed Policies, 1957
     
    372War Memorial Committee, 1947-1964
     
    373WGST Radio Station, 1943-1962
     
    374WGST Radio Station, 1943-1962
     
    375WGST Radio Station, 1943-1962
     
    376WGST Radio Station, 1943-1962
     
    377WGST Radio Station, 1943-1962
     
    378WGST Radio Station, 1943-1962
     

    Box

    Fldr

    381WGST Radio Station, 1959-1965
     
    382WGST Radio Station, 1959-1965
     
    383Commission on White House Fellows, 1965
     
    384Woman of the Year Committees, 1958-1961
     
    385Water Resources Center, 1962-1965
     
    386Water Resources Center, 1962-1965
     
    387Water Resources Center, 1962-1965
     

    Box

    Fldr

    391John Young Correspondence, 1962-1969
     
    392Buildings and Grounds - Tech Place, 1966
     
    393Buildings and Grounds Committee, 1962-1964
     
    394Southern Technical Institute - Dormitory and Dining Facility, 1963-1965
     
    395Annual Report - Alumni Association, 1961
     
    396Annual Report - Engineering Extension Division, 1960-1961
     
    397Annual Reports - Public Relations, 1960-1963
     
    398Annual Report - Academic Affairs, 1967-1968
     
    399Annual Report - College Inn, 1962-1963
     
    3910Annual Reports - Controller, 1958-1966
     
    3911Annual Reports - Athletic Director, 1961-1968
     
    3912Annual Reports - Office of Development, 1961-1966
     
    3913Annual Report - Vice President for Programs, 1967-1968
     
    3914Annual Report - Registrar and Director of Admissions, 1962-1963
     
    3915Annual Report - Engineering Experiment Station, 1960-1961
     
    3916Miscellaneous Annual Reports, 1958-1968
     

    Box

    Fldr

    401Higher Education Facilities Act, 1963-1973
     
    402Title I Construction, 1965-1966
     
    403Title II Buildings, 1965-1966
     
    404Title III Loans, 1963-1977
     
    405Title IV Fellowship Program, 1964
     
    406Title VI Financial Assistance, 1966-1975
     
    407Physical Facility, 1966-1971
     

    Drawer

    Fldr

    1h1Administration Building Remodeling, 1960-1967
     

    Drawer

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    1h2Georgia Tech Development Plans, 1957-1965
     

    Drawer

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    1h3Naval Air Station Plans, 1946-1959
     

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    1h4Southern Technical Institute Plans, 1957-1960