Albert May Collection (1922-1997)
This collection contains the papers of Albert May who graduated from Carnegie Tech in 1921 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. A bulk of the materials document May’s involvement in Carnegie Mellon activities after graduation, as he attended reunions and gatherings, served on the Board of Trustees for the Founders Fund; as well as spoke at the 1991 commencement ceremony.
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More like this: Alumni Papers
This collection contains the papers of Angel G. Jordan, who received his Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Carnegie Institute of Technology in 1959 and a year later is Ph.D., eventually serving as professor and Provost for the University. The collection consists of materials relating to Jordan’s involvement in various boards and committees at St. Edmund’s Academy (SEA).
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More like this: Alumni Papers, Faculty Papers
Buchanan was a CMU alumni who worked in the movie industry. His papers include Circus and amusement park ephemera, a collection of catalogs of movie equipment (1920s-1950s), and personal papers pertaining to his work as a consultant for United Artists Corp.
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More like this: Drama, Alumni Papers
This collection contains the papers of Charles J. Geiss (1919-2009), a graduate of the Carnegie Institute of Technology’s Department of Electrical Engineering in 1939. The collection reflects Geiss’s involvement in the University’s Kiltie Band.
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More like this: Student Life, Alumni Papers
Chloe Pollack Molnar (Lois Pollack) graduated from the Drama School of Carnegie Tech in 1952. After graduating, Ms. Molnar kept in touch with Professor of Drama Mary Morris, who was also the first actress ever to play Abbie Putnam in Eugene O'Neill's tragedy, "Desire Under the Elms." This collection consists mostly of correspondence from Ms. Morris to Ms. Molnar.
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More like this: Drama, Alumni Papers
Howard Wertenberger earned a degree in Building Construction from CIT, attending from 1922-1928. He was also a member of the KE fraternity and played on the Varsity Football Squad. This collection contains undated football photographs, articles and memorabilia from Mr. Wertenberger's time at CIT.
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John Sweeny graduated from CIT in 1920 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. His collection contains items from his time at CIT as well as his tenure in the Merchant Marines during WWI.
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More like this: Student Life, Alumni Papers
John Wesner was a member of the campus Army ROTC from 1954-1958. This collection contains medals and insignia from his service in the ROTC.
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More like this: Student Life, Alumni Papers
Leonard Jacobs graduated from CIT's Printing Management program in 1952. His collection contains several programs from Scotch and Soda productions and Carnival photographs.
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More like this: Student Life, Alumni Papers
Lloyd Yoder, an All-American Football player inducted to the College Football Hall of Fame in 1982, was Captain of the Carnegie Tech football team when the Tartans beat Notre Dame 19-0 in 1926. This collection includes a scrapbook and some football memorabilia.
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Robert Greiner graduated from CIT's Management Engineering program in 1936. His collection contains reports and papers written by him.
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More like this: Alumni Papers
Ruth Peters graduated from the Library School in 1924. This collection contains one item: a yearbook created to commemorate the Library class of 1924.
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More like this: Student Life, Alumni Papers
Theron Wasson was an Engineering student at CIT and earned his B.S. in 1910. In 1921, Wasson went to Ecuador on an oil exploration. His collection includes three journals that he wrote during the exploration. Digitized version of Wasson's 1921 journals are available.
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More like this: Alumni Papers
The collection includes notes and writings Mr. Kolakoski produced with regard to the Kolakoski Sequence and related mathematical problems, philosophy and religion, and writings produced in his final days. Correspondence relates directly to Mr. Kolakoski and his personality, and the related articles provide academic information on the Kolakoski Sequence in the field.
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More like this: Alumni Papers