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Descriptive Summary

Title: The Research Engineer Photograph Collection
Identification: VAC300
Date: 1938-1964
Size/Quantity: 0.8 linear feet (two document cases)
Language: This collection is written in English.
Creator: Georgia Institute of Technology. Engineering Experiment Station.
Repository: Archives & Records Management, Library, Georgia Institute of Technology
Abstract:This collection consists of black and white photographs (primarily 8 by 10 inches) that were used in The Research Engineer, a magazine produced by the Engineering Experiment Station from 1946 to 1964. The backs of the photographs contain notes, written in crayon and pencil, about how to prepare the pictures for publication.
General note Note: Each photograph is housed in a separate folder. For each photograph, the number of the photograph (e.g. VAC300-001) is given first, followed by: the title of the image; the name, volume number and page of the publication in which the image appeared; and the date of the publication.

Biographical/Historical Note

The Engineering Experiment Station (EES) was approved by an act of the Georgia Legislature in 1919 and formally established in 1934. The purpose of this facility was to support Georgia’s economic, industrial, scientific, and technological development through advanced engineering research. It would also contribute to national research and development programs in fields such as military, emergency preparedness, and aerospace technology. On October 1, 1984, the name of the Engineering Experiment Station was changed to the Georgia Tech Research Institute to better illustrate the interdisciplinary nature of the facility’s work.

From 1946 to 1964, the Engineering Experiment Station published a magazine called The Research Engineer that detailed the research conducted at the institution. It was edited by the EES public relations officer Ben Weil. In June 1964, The Research Engineer ceased publication, and was continued by Tech Topics the following year.


Scope and Content Note

The photographs are black and white, with notes written on the back in crayon and pencil detailing how they should be prepared for publication. The condition of these materials is generally good, although a few of the photographs are stained or wrinkled.


Arrangement

The arrangement of photographs is generally chronological, by the volume and page number in which the photographs originally appeared in the publication.


Index Terms

Engineering--Georgia--Atlanta.
Georgia Institute of Technology. Periodicals.
Georgia Tech Research Institute.
Photographs.
The Research Engineer

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Please cite The Research Engineer Photograph Collection (VAC300), Archives, Library and Information Center, Georgia Institute of Technology.

Provenance

Obtained in 1985 (accession 1985.1010).

Processing Information

Leah Mickens processed these photographs in May 2006.

Revisions to Finding Aid

April 2010:
  • Finding aid imported into Archivists' Toolkit.

  • Restrictions

    Restrictions: Access

    None.

    Restrictions: Use

    All copyright restrictions under the laws of the United States Copyright must be obeyed. All photographs in this collection are subject to approval before publication may be permitted. 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.


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    11VAC300-001: Taylor Photo Service. , Engineering Experiment Station, cotton spinning research--B. B. Peacock (Georgia Tech Engineer 1/1, p. 10), May 1938
     
    12VAC300-002: A.C. network calculator (The Research Engineer 10/1, p. 17), 1948
     
    13VAC300-003: Emory University Medical School, camera cardiograph synchronizing -- unidentified woman (The Research Engineer 4/2, p. 1), September 1949
     
    14VAC300-004: Unidentified man working at electric furnace (The Research Engineer 5/1, p. 1), May 1950
     
    15VAC300-005-001, VAC300-005-002: Maxwell J. Richards and a Baker-Perkins mixer (The Research Engineer 5/3, p. 19), November 1950
     
    16VAC300-006: Georgia Tech Network Calculator Laboratory -- three unidentified men (The Research Engineer 5/4, p. 8), January 1950
     
    17VAC300-007: Metallurgy, James E. Curry, graduate student at Bausch and Lomb, works at a metallograph (The Research Engineer 5/5, p. 3), May 1950
     
    18VAC300-008-001, VAC300-008-002: Unidentified man working on a machine (The Research Engineer 5/5, p.1), May 1950
     
    19VAC300-009: Unidentified man working on a machine, "landscape view" (The Research Engineer 5/5, p. 1), March 1950
     
    110VAC300-010: Herman Talmadge, Blake K. Van Leer, and B.E. Thrasher preside over Architecture Building groundbreaking ceremony (The Research Engineer 12/2, p. 1), October 11, 1950
     
    111VAC300-011: Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit, Ohio Oil Company (The Research Engineer 51-52/1, p.5), 1951
     
    112VAC300-012: U.O.P. Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit, the Aurora Gasoline Company, Detroit, Michigan (The Research Engineer, undated
     
    113VAC300-013: Jillson, Floyd, Atlanta Constitution , Industrial engineering wire recorder for time measurements -- unidentified man and woman (The Research Engineer 6/1, p.10), May 1951
     
    114VAC300-014: Experimential television camera -- unidentified man (The Research Engineer 6/2, p. 1), September 1951
     
    115VAC300-015: Dedication of Thomas Philip Himman Memorial -- family members in attendance (The Research Engineer 6/2, p. 10), September 1951
     
    116VAC300-016: Load test of nailed construct (The Research Engineer 6/3, p. 1), 1951
     
    117VAC300-017: Load test of load construct (The Research Engineer 6/3, p. 8), 1951
     
    118VAC300-018: Load test of nailed construction, lower chord joint, south end of west truss (The Research Engineer 6/3, p. 21A), November 1951
     
    119VAC300-019: Load test of nailed construction, failure of west truss (The Research Engineer 6/3, p. 20B), November 1951
     
    120VAC300-020: Load of nailed construct, cracked struts (The Research Engineer 6/3, p. 20c)
     
    121VAC300-021: Load test of nailed construction, top chord, west truss (The Research Engineer 6/3, p. 21B), November 1951
     
    122VAC300-022: Load test of nailed construction, east truss (The Research Engineer 6/3, p. 21C ), November 1951
     
    123VAC300-023: Allis-Chalmer Industrial Press, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. , Allis Chamber extractor, Tennessee soya mill -- unidentified man (The Research Engineer 6/4, p. 22), January 1951
     
    124VAC300-024: Semi-continous cardiac-output analyzer -- unidentified female patient (The Research Engineer 7/1, p. 1), May 1952
     
    125VAC300-025: Semi-continous cardiac output analyzer -- unidentified female patient and unidentified doctor (The Research Engineer 7/1, p. 1), May 1952
     
    126VAC300-026: Permeometer (The Research Engineer 7/2, p. 4), September 1952
     
    127VAC300-027-001, VAC300-027-002: Reading development tachistoscope -- unidentified professor and unidentified students (The Research Engineer 7/2, p. 5), September, 1952
     
    128VAC300-028: Bob Johnson (front), David Prince (rear), and analog computer (The Research Engineer 11/3, p. 15), July 1956
     
    129VAC300-029: Reading development tachistoscope, "portrait view" -- unidentified professor and students (The Research Engineer 17/2, p. 5), September 1952
     
    130VAC300-030: Reading development, "landscape view" -- two unidentified men (The Research Engineer 7/2, p. 6), September 1952
     
    131VAC300-031: Reading development, "landscape view" -- two unidentified men (The Research Engineer 7/2, p. 6), September 1952
     
    132VAC300-032-001, VAC300-032-002: Composition on concrete floor -- unidentified man (The Research Engineer 7/4, p. 6), January 1952
     
    133VAC300-033: Aisle at Grant field after composition treatment (The Research Engineer 7/4, p. 14B), January 1952
     
    134VAC300-034: Water tank, high speed photography -- three unidentified men (The Research Engineer 9/4, p. 14), 1954
     
    136VAC300-036: Georgia Tech librarian, Zanier Downs, assists patron Odom Fanning (The Research Engineer 10/4, p. 22), 1955
     
    135VAC300-035: Carl F. Friend, Professor Donnell W. Dutton of the Guggenheim School of Aeronautics, and Georgia Tech president Blake R. Van Leer look at blueprints of Georgia Tech wind tunnel (The Research Engineer 10/3, p. 24), 1955
     
    137VAC300-037: William B. Wrigley and mobile unit (The Research Engineer 11/2, p. 1), April, 1956
     
    138VAC300-038: Rich Computer Center dedication - C.L. Keeney (speaker), two unidentified men (The Research Engineer 11/1, p. 22a), 1956
     
    139VAC300-039: Phillip (Mick) Daugherty (The Research Engineer 11/4, p. 1), 1956
     
    140VAC300-040: Nuclear program -- Tom Elliot (left) and Professor Earl McDaniel (right) (The Research Engineer 12/1, p. 1), 1957
     
    141VAC300-041: Architecture building groundbreaking ceremony -- Herman Talmadge, Black R. Van Leer, and unidentified crowd (The Research Engineer 12/2, p. 1), 1957
     
    142VAC300-042: Heat transfer laboratory -- William Hamison (left) and Win Boteler (right) (The Research Engineer 12/2, p. 11), 1957
     
    143VAC300-043: Electrical engineering -- Jesse James (The Research Engineer 12/3, p. 1), 1957
     
    144VAC300-044: Solar system model used at Tech in meteor studies (The Research Engineer 12/2, p.9 ), 1957
     
    145VAC300-045: Communications Branch -- Head William B. Wrigley (right) and Walter Reagh (left) at field site (The Research Engineer 12/3, p. 13), 1957
     
    146VAC300-046: Radioisotope and Bioengineering Laboratory (The Research Engineer 13/1, p. 10), 1958
     
    147VAC300-047: Textile engineering, J.L. Taylor (The Research Engineer 13/3, p. 12), 1958
     
    148VAC300-048: Physics, microphotography -- unidentified man (The Research Engineer 13/4, p. 4), 1958
     
    149VAC300-049: Physics, microphotography -- unidentified man looking at microscope (The Research Engineer 13/4, p. 4), 1958
     
    150VAC300-050: Chemical Science Division, Instron tester in Textile Laboratory (The Research Engineer 13/4, p. 12), 1958
     
    151VAC300-051-001, VAC300-051-002: Physical Science Division, radar -- unidentified man (The Research Engineer 13/9, p. 14), 1958
     
    152VAC300-052-001, VAC300-052-002: Physical Science Division, radar -- unidentified man taking measurements (The Research Engineer 13/4, p. 14), 1958
     
    153VAC300-053: C.R. Mason (right and W.F. Zenon (left) (The Research Engineer 13/5, p. 6), 1958
     
    154VAC300-054: High temperature bunker for propellant testing (The Research Engineer 13/5, p. 6b), 1958
     
    155VAC300-055: Concrete barricades and bunkers at solid-propellant test area -- unidentified man (The Research Engineer 13/5, p. 6b), 1958
     
    156VAC300-056: Enamel coating (The Research Engineer 13/5, p. 16), 1958
     
    157VAC300-057: (The Research Engineer 13/5, p. 18), 1958
     
    158VAC300-058: Rich Electronic Computer enter, Mickey Burns checks circuiting (The Research Engineer 14/1, p. 1), 1959
     
    159VAC300-059: Rich Electronic Computer Center -- Dr. William F. Atchison, looking at camera, two unidentified men (The Research Engineer 14/1, p. 1)
     
    160VAC300-060: Rich Electronic Computer Center -- Dr. William Atchison, smiling, two unidentified men (The Research Engineer 14/1, p. 4), 1959
     
    161VAC300-061: Rich Electronic Computer Center -- Dr. William Atchison, frowning, two unidentified men (The Research Engineer 14/1, p. 4), 1959
     
    162VAC300-062: Rich Electronic Computer Center -- Dr. William Atchison, sitting, two unidentified men (The Research Engineer 14/1, p. 4), 1954
     
    163VAC300-063: Rich Computer Center -- Dr. William F. Atchison, standing and looking to the side, two unidentified men (The Research Engineer 14/1, p. 4), 1959
     
    164VAC300-064: Rich Electronic Computer Center -- Dr. William Atchison, sitting and looking into camera, two unidentfied men (The Research Engineer 14/1, p. 4), 1959
     
    165VAC300-065: Rich Electronic Computer Center -- Jim Stein and Ray Austin (The Research Engineer 14/1, p. 7), 1959
     
    166VAC300-066: Rich Electronic Computer Center, "3/4 view," -- Jim Stein and Ray Austin (The Research Engineer 14/1, p. 7), 1959
     
    167VAC300-067: Rich Electronic Computer Center, Mickey Burns checks circuiting (The Research Engineer 14/1, p. 1), 1959
     
    168VAC300-068: Rich Electronic Computer Center -- Jim Collins aids student, Pat Flavitt (The Research Engineer 14/2, p. 10b), 1959
     
    169VAC300-069-001, VAC300-069-002: Chemical Engineering Division, solvent extraction columns (The Research Engineer 14/2, p. 11), 1959
     
    170VAC300-070: Sound pressure experiments, cigarette smoke (The Research Engineer 14/3, p. 9d), 1959
     
    171VAC300-071: Professional Processing Laboratories. , Marshall Cooksey (left), two unidentified men (The Research Engineer 14/3, p. 6), 1959
     
    172VAC300-072: Heat transfer experiments -- Jack Spurlock and unidentified man (The Research Engineer 14/3, p. 6), 1959
     
    173VAC300-073: Civil engineering, hydraulics laboratory -- M.R. Carstens (The Research Engineer 14/2, p. 14), 1959
     
    174VAC300-074: Professional Processing Laboratories. , Edward H. Loveland, M. Car Payne, and an unidentified man (The Research Engineer 14/2, p. 12), 1959
     
    175VAC300-075: Univac registration -- Norman Heller, Mrs. John Meyer, Cecil Phillips, Edgar Manseau, Sandra Thompson, and Dr. W.J. McKune (The Research Engineer 14/2, p. 11-5), 1959
     
    176VAC300-076: Univac registration -- Edgar Manseau, Sandra Thompson, and Norman Keller (The Research Engineer 14/2, p. 11-5), 1959
     
    177VAC300-077: Univac registration -- Edgar Manseau, Sandra Thompson, and Norman Keller (close-up) (The Research Engineer 14/2, p. 11-5), 1959
     
    178VAC300-078: Rich Electronic Computer Center -- Kathryn Meyers (The Research Engineer 14/1, p. 11a), 1959
     
    179VAC300-079: Radioisotopes and Bioengineering Laboratory (The Research Engineer 14/1, p. 16), February 1959
     
    180VAC300-080: Rich Electronic Computer Center -- Kathryn Meyers inputs into Univac (The Research Engineer 14/1, p. 11a), 1959
     
    181VAC300-081-001, VAC300-081-002: Rich Electronic Computer Center -- Jim Collins holds Univac memory plane (The Research Engineer 14/1, p. 10), 1959
     
    182VAC300-082: Rich Electronic Computer Center, Burroughs 220 computer (The Research Engineer 14/1, p. 9), 1959
     
    183VAC300-083: Rich Electronic Computer Center, photoelectric paper-tape reader (The Research Engineer 14/1, p. 23), 1959
     
    184VAC300-084: Professional Processing Laboratories. , World's first jet-powered helicopter experiment -- unidentified man, 1943 (The Research Engineer 14/4, p. 4), 1959
     
    185VAC300-085-001, VAC300-085-002: Highway study, tire pressures, unidentified men (The Research Engineer 14/4, p. 15-5), October 1959
     
    186VAC300-086-001, VAC300-087-002: Physics Branch, radar research -- unidentified man (The Research Engineer 14/4, p. 17b), 1959
     
    187VAC300-087: Professional Processing Laboratories. , Project Firefly searchlight with nine automatic cameras (The Research Engineer 14/5, p. 4b), 1959
     
    188VAC300-088: Professional Processing Laboratories. , Earl McDaniel and Coulter McDowell (The Research Engineer 14/5, p. 10), 1959
     
    189VAC300-089: Seven unidentified men studying a television (The Research Engineer 14/5, p. 12), 1959
     
    190VAC300-090: Diehl, Bill , Ceramics Branch, fused silica hearth for furnace -- unidentified man (The Research Engineer 15/1, p. 6), 1960
     
    191VAC300-091: Ceramics Branch, half of a permanent foundry mold used to cast aluminum propellor blades, unidentified man (The Research Engineer 15/1, p. 8), 1960
     
    192VAC300-092: Ceramics Branch, large brazing fixtures of fused siliea (The Research Engineer 15/1, p. 8), 1960
     
    193VAC300-093: Professional Processing Laboratories. , Analog Computer (The Research Engineer 14/4, p. 1960), 1960
     
    194VAC300-094: Diehl, Bill, Jr. , Cermamics Branch, solid propellant rocket motor used to evaluate nozzle materials -- unidentified man (The Research Engineer 15/1, p. 14), 1960
     
    195VAC300-095: Ceramics Branch, equipment for simultaneous heat-treating and forming stainless steel -- unidentified crowd of men (The Research Engineer 15/1, p. 14), 1960
     
    196VAC300-096: Ceramics Branch, high temperature materials equipment for simultaneous heat treating and forming materials -- unidentified group of men (The Research Engineer 15/1, p. 21), 1960
     
    197VAC300-097: Ceramics Branch, test piece from equipment for simultaneous heat-treating and forming stainless steel (The Research Engineer 15/1, p. 21), 1960
     
    198VAC300-098: Professional Processing Laboratories. , Ceramics Branch, High Temperatures Laboratory, cross sectional view of insulated wire (The Research Engineer 15/1, p. 25), 1960
     
    199VAC300-099: Professional Processing Laboratories. , Radioisotopes and Bioengineering Laboratory (The Research Engineer 15/2, p. 12), 1960
     
    1100VAC300-100: Professional Processing Laboratories. , Radioisotopes, radioactive well -- unidentified man (The Research Engineer 15/2, p. 13a), 1960
     
    1101VAC300-101: Professional Processing Laboratories and Bill Diehl, Jr. and Associates. , Radioisotopes and Bioengineering Laboratory -- Carter shows Dr. Sicilio tubes like the ones holding the CSS137 (The Research Engineer 15/2, p. 13), 1960
     
    1102VAC300-102: Professional Processing Laboratories and Bill Diehl, Jr. and Associates. , Set of three bells (The Research Engineer 15/3, p. 5), 1960
     
    1103VAC300-103: Professional Processing Laboratories. , H.T. Van Bergen, bellmaker, Greenwood, South Carolina (The Research Engineer 15/3, p. 7), 1960
     
    1104VAC300-104-001, VAC300-104-002: H.T. Bergen and son, Greenwood, South Carolina, bell foundry (The Research Engineer 15/3, p. 7), 1960
     
    1105VAC300-105: Harry Van Bergen, bellmaker at keyboard (The Research Engineer 15/3, p. 7), 1960
     
    1106VAC300-106: Professional Processing Laboratories. , Rich Electronic Computer Center -- Leigh Steves replaces package of tape storage (The Research Engineer 15/2, p. 7), 1960
     
    1107VAC300-107: Collison chamber (The Research Engineer 15/3, p. 15a), 1960
     
    1108VAC300-108: Professional Processing Laboratories. , Van de Graaf Positive Ion Acceleration -- two unidentified men (The Research Engineer 15/3, p. 18), June 1960
     

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    21VAC300-109: Van de Graaf generator, physics -- two unidentified men (The Research Engineer 15/3, p. 18), 1960
     
    22VAC300-110: Industrial development -- K.C. Wagner, unidentified men (The Research Engineer 15/4, p. 28a), 1960
     
    23VAC300-111: Industrial development -- unidentified men examine branch office plan (The Research Engineer 15/4, p. 28b), 1960
     
    24VAC300-112: Industrial development -- unidentified men examine branch office plan, side view (The Research Engineer 15/4, p. 28), 1960
     
    25VAC300-113: Industrial development presentation, K.C. Wagner, unidentified crowd (The Research Engineer 15/4, p. 29), 1960
     
    27VAC300-115: Industrial development, K.C. Wagner, unidentified men and women (The Research Engineer 15/4, p. 29b), 1960
     
    28VAC300-116: Titration -- unidentified woman (The Research Engineer 15/5, p. 15b), December 1960
     
    29VAC300-117: Titration, different angle -- unidentified woman (The Research Engineer 15/5, p. 15b-5), December 1960
     
    210VAC300-118: Radioisotopes and bioengineering -- two unidentified men (The Research Engineer 15/5, p. 8), 1960
     
    211VAC300-119-001, VAC300-119-002, VAC300-119-003: Radioisotopes Laboratory -- two unidentified men (The Research Engineer 16/1, p. 6), February 1961
     
    212VAC300-120-001, VAC300-120-002: Radioisotopes, thermistor -- unidentified man (The Research Engineer 16/1, p. 7a), 1961
     
    213VAC300-121: Radioisotopes Laboratory, Thermal Neutron Irradiation Facility -- two unidentified men (The Research Engineer 16/1, p. 8b), February 1961
     
    214VAC300-122: Radioisotopes Laboratory, counting room -- unidentified man (The Research Engineer 16/1, p. 7b), 1961
     
    215VAC300-123: Radioisotopes -- unidentified man (The Research Engineer 16/1, p. 8c), 1961
     
    216VAC300-124: Radioisotopes Laboratory, inspectrophotometry (The Research Engineer 16/1, p. 9), February 1961
     
    217VAC300-125: Industrial Products Division, coating for space vehicles, unidentified man (The Research Engineer 16/1, p. 20), 1961
     
    218VAC300-126: Industrial Products Division, paint laboratory -- unidentified man (The Research Engineer 16/1, p. 23), 1961
     
    219VAC300-127: Technical information section, translation -- two unidentified men (The Research Engineer 16/2, p. 10), 1961
     
    220VAC300-128-001, VAC300-128-002: E. Graham Roberts and unidentified man (The Research Engineer 16/2, p. 15), April 1961
     
    221VAC300-129: E. Van Toole Photo Lab. , Oil extraction, unidentified man (The Research Engineer 16/3, p. 15), 1961
     
    222VAC300-130: Physics, high vacuum equipment for thin metal films (The Research Engineer 17/1, p. 4), February 1962
     
    223VAC300-131: James Stevenson (The Research Engineer 17/1, p. 11), 1962
     
    224VAC300-132: Science and Technology Today presentation -- Frank Bigger (The Research Engineer 17/3, p. 2), 1962
     
    225VAC300-133: Industrial Products Laboratory, polymer (The Research Engineer 17/3, p. 2), 1962
     
    226VAC300-134: Industrial Products Laboratory, polymer, different angle (The Research Engineer 17/3, p. 7b), 1962
     
    227VAC300-135: Industrial Products Laboratory, foam for panel construction (The Research Engineer 17/3, p. 7a), 1962
     
    228VAC300-136: Industrial Products Laboratory, plastic foam (The Research Engineer 17/3, p. 7a), 1962
     
    229VAC300-137: Professional Processing Laboratories. , Systems engineering, tape unit of Burroughs 220 computer -- unidentified man (The Research Engineer 17/2, p. 22), 1962
     
    230VAC300-138: Analog computer -- unidentified man (The Research Engineer 17/2, p. 16), 1962
     
    231VAC300-139: Chemistry, Dr. Herman Flaschka (The Research Engineer 17/3, p. 10), June 1963
     
    232VAC300-140: Minerals Laboratory kiln -- unidentified man (The Research Engineer 17/3, p. 15), 1962
     
    233VAC300-141: Material Sciences -- unidentified student with pyrometer (The Research Engineer 17/4, p. 11), October 1962
     
    234VAC300-142: Material Sciences -- unidentified student with pyrometer, overhead view (The Research Engineer 17/4, p. 11), October 1962
     
    235VAC300-143: Wind tunnel turbulence investigations -- unidentified man (The Research Engineer 17/4, p. 12), October 1962
     
    236VAC300-144: Wind tunnel, Lockheed -- three unidentified men (The Research Engineer 17/4, p. 14), 1962
     
    237VAC300-145: Unidentified man studies magnetic properties of thin metals (The Research Engineer 17/4, p. 17), October 1963
     
    238VAC300-146: Heat shocking bacteria -- unidentified woman (The Research Engineer 17/5, p. 4), December 1962
     
    239VAC300-147: Chemical radiation cell centrifugation (The Research Engineer 17/5, p. 4b), 1962
     
    240VAC300-148: Chemical radiation cell centrifugation -- unidentified woman, overhead view (The Research Engineer 17/5, p. 4b), 1962
     
    241VAC300-149: Chemical radiation bacteria transfer -- unidentified woman (The Research Engineer 17/5, p. 5a), 1962
     
    242VAC300-150: Chemical radiation irradiation samples -- preparation of samples by unidentified woman (The Research Engineer 17/5, p. 5b), 1962
     
    243VAC300-151: Truck mounted to traffic line marker (The Research Engineer 17/5, p. 6a), December 1962
     
    244VAC300-152: Industrial management, Burroughs computer -- two unidentified men (The Research Engineer 19/1, p. 17), 1964
     
    245VAC300-153: Davis, Noel, Atlanta Journal-Constitution , Mechanical Science Division, optokinetic stimulator -- unidentified man (The Research Engineer 18/3, p. 18), 1963
     
    246VAC300-154: High Temperature Materials Branch, Elbert Granite Company -- unidentified man (The Research Engineer 18/3, p. 18), 1963
     
    247VAC300-155: Elbert Granite Company -- unidentified men and woman (The Research Engineer 18/3, p. 17), 1963
     
    248VAC300-156: Sumits, Bill, Jr. , Cancer research (The Research Engineer 18/2, p. 10a), 1963
     
    249VAC300-157: Sumits, Bill, Jr. , Neuron capture therapy -- unidentified man (The Research Engineer 18/2, p. 2)
     
    250VAC300-158: Ceramics Engineering Department, wind tunnel (The Research Engineer 17/5, p. 14), 1962
     
    251VAC300-159: Nuclear reactor -- operators of bismulz cooling (right) and heavy water (left) (The Research Engineer 18/1, p. 11a), 1963
     
    252VAC300-160: Industrial development -- unidentified men looking at map (The Research Engineer 17/5, p. 17), 1962
     
    253VAC300-161: Paint applicator for traffic lines (The Research Engineer 17/5, p. 8b), December 1962
     
    254VAC300-162: Beta ray gauge (The Research Engineer 17/5, p. 8b), December 1962
     
    255VAC300-163: Wear test machine for traffic paint durability (The Research Engineer 17/5, p. 7a), 1962