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This collection was compiled by the Association of Independent Living Groups (AILG) of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for the MIT 150th Anniversary Archives Project. It includes the charter and bylaws of the AILG, as well as information on the history, present state, and possible future of Fraternities, Sororities, and Independent Living Groups (FSILG) at MIT.
In 1890, the Glee Club, Banjo Club, and Mandolin Club joined to create the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Combined Musical Clubs. After several dormant periods and name changes, the Combined Musical Clubs reappeared in 1908 and persisted as an umbrella organization for undergraduate musical groups until 1986. The collection includes correspondence, photographs, financial and administrative reports, brochures, concert programs, and a scrapbook.
The Gymnasium Committee of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) oversaw the gymnasium and drill hall built in Boston for MIT students in 1874. The collection consists of minutes of the committee and also includes a handwritten subscription lists of pledges to a fundraising effort in 1874 for the building. The list is signed by former MIT president William B. Rogers and his successor, MIT president John D. Runkle, among others.
The collection consists of agenda notes, meeting minutes, anniversary celebration materials, member directories, and governing documents.
The collection consists of minutes of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Science Fiction Scoiety organization from 1949 to 1960, correspondence with speakers and others interested in science fiction, and photographs.
The collection comprises records produced by the Student Art Association at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) between the approximate years of 1960 to 2000.
This collection contains the minutes of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Tech Electrical Club.
The collection is arranged chronologically and includes three souvenir programs from Walker Club theatrical productions. "A Night Off" was staged as part of the MIT Junior Week activities in April 1901.
This collection contains one box of correspondence, minutes from club meetings, financial records and regulations from the MIT Flying Club from 1928-1929. The correspondence addresses the organization and administration of the club, membership in aeronautical organizations, and the concerns of MIT administrators over the safety and necessity of a flying club. The financial records in the collection include bills and receipts for parts and service and some correspondence with vendors.
This collection contains six scrapbooks created by the members of Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity (Xi Chapter). Scrapbooks contain photographs of student life and memorabilia about different chapter events from 1917 to 1967. The fraternity's affiliation with the national fraternity ended in 1973, and the living group became the Fenway House.
The collection of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Technology Athletic Club consists of a preliminary draft of the constitution and bylaws of the Technology Athletic Club. The draft, written by Frank Maconi, bears the name "Students Athletic Club," a name that was dropped when the club was founded. It also includes a folder of notes on purpose and student names.
Records contain photographs, drawings, and flyers from the writers of Voo Doo. Included is a 1957 MIT student "slavery certificate" with a drawing of James R. Killian, Jr., on it.
- student life 17
- campus activities and participatory groups 13
- Student activities. 7
- fraternities and sororities 5
- finance 4
- Music 2
- Student participation in administration. 2
- fraternity and sorority pledging 2
- fund raising 2
- scores (documents for music) 2
- student publications 2
- undergraduates 2
- Civil rights demonstrations -- Massachusetts -- 1969-1974 1
- College and school drama 1
- College students 1
- College students -- Religious life -- United States 1
- College students' writings 1
- Draft 1 ∧ less
- American Rocket Society 1
- Association of Independent Living Groups (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 1
- Cosmopolitan Club (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 1
- Epsilon Theta (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 1
- MIT Choral Society 1
- MIT Concert Band 1
- MIT Flying Club (1927-1929) 1
- MIT Logarhythms (musical group) 1
- MIT Science Fiction Society 1
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Combined Musical Clubs 1
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Glee Club 1
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Gymnasium Committee 1
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Rocket Research Society 1
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Social Action Coordinating Committee 1
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Solar Electric Vehicle Team 1
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Student Art Association 1
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Tech Electric Club 1
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Technology Athletic Club 1
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Walker Club 1
- National Conference on Social and Economic Conversion (1969: Cambridge, Mass.) 1 ∧ less