Compton, K. T. (Karl Taylor), 1887-1954
- Existence: 1887 - 1954
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Dugald C. Jackson papers
Francis Bitter papers
These papers document the career of Francis Bitter, who helped establish the National Magnet Laboratory at MIT. The bulk of the collection postdates 1934, when Bitter came to MIT. The papers consist primarily of correspondence with colleagues, professional societies, and concerns that hired him as a consultant.
George Russell Harrison papers
Harry Manley Goodwin papers
Harry Manley Goodwin was a member of the faculty of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from 1890 to 1940 in the Department of Physics. He also served in several administrative positions. The collection contains correspondence with MIT colleagues during the period Goodwin was a professor of physics; and correspondence, speeches, memoranda, and news releases from the period he was dean of graduate students and of the graduate school.
Karl T. Compton Memorial Convocation at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Karl Taylor Compton Memorial Tribute, WGBH radio broadcast
The collection comprises an audio recording of the October 4, 1954 Karl Taylor Compton Memorial Tribute speeches given by Ralph Lowell and James R. Killian on WGBH radio broadcast.
Karl Taylor Compton papers
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Charles Hayden Memorial Library dedication records
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Office of the Chair of the Corporation, records of Karl T. Compton
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Office of the President, records of Karl Taylor Compton and James Rhyne Killian
MIT Class of 1937 50th Reunion records
Norbert Wiener papers
This collection documents the career of Norbert Wiener. Wiener was a member of the faculty at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from 1919 to1960 in the Department of Mathematics, and was a leader in the field of cybernetics. The material in this collection includes biographical information, correspondence, course material, manuscripts, and reprints.