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Using the Archives

About:

The Georgia Tech Archives collects, preserves, exhibits, and makes available for research institutional archives, manuscripts, personal papers, organizational records, visual materials, memorabilia, rare books, and architectural collections. These materials primarily document the history of Georgia Tech and the activities of its faculty, staff, students, and alumni.

Visiting:

Georgia Tech Archives and Records Management is located in the Library Annex [view map], between the Library and Information Center 's Crosland Tower and the Rich Building on 4th Street.

Archives staff can provide general information about holdings, assist researchers with using research tools, and make the Archives' holdings available in the reading room.

Hours:

Reading Room
9am-5pm Monday - Friday
8am-9am Monday - Friday by appointment

Neely Gallery
10am-5pm Monday - Friday

Send an Inquiry:

Georgia Tech Archives and Records Management receives inquiries by conventional mail, fax, and email. If you have a specific question about a particular subject, individual or archival holding, we will try to respond to your inquiry in a timely manner. Extensive and time-consuming research requests cannot be done by Archives staff, and patrons are encouraged to visit the Archives in person.

If you are sending your inquiry electronically, please include your mailing address so we can respond appropriately. If you live in the area, please also include your telephone number.