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The collection documents the professional activities of Alexander Douglas Carmichael from 1960 to 2004. Materials include proposals, reports, correspondence, course materials, notebooks, calendars, notes, student files, articles, presentations, and subject files.
The collection consists of correspondence and background materials relating to early work on the barcode technology and to the company founded by Esserian, Charecogn Systems, Inc. Materials date from approximately 1960 to 1967.
Abraham Hun Berry received an SB from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1872. The collection consists of two notebooks of Berry's student notes from architectural courses taught by William R. Ware at MIT and the Massachusetts Normal Art School.
The collection contains Albert Fleming Nesbit's manuscript draft entitled "Plane Geometry and an Elementary Course in Surveying," probably written after his graduation from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1895.
Albert Francis Hall was the a member of the first graduating class of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1868, receiving an SB in mechanical engineering. Notes and compositions in the collection document his years as a student at MIT. Hall’s work as a mechanical engineer and inventor is documented in drawings of pumps, writings on pumps, and patents. Also included in the collection are correspondence, a diary, and memorabilia.
The collection documents the professional activities of Albert G. H. Dietz from approximately 1952 to 1982. Materials include subject files, correspondence, slides, photographs, papers and publications, student records, blueprints, articles, a scrapbook, and awards.
The collection contains the papers of Albert G. Thomas, who earned an SM in electrical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1923. Materials include correspondence, writings, patents, clippings, drawings, and twelve notebooks describing Thomas's work as an inventor; one notebook is a log of his inventions.
The collection documents the professional activities of Albert R. Meyer from approximately 1980 to 1989.
Sanitary Engineering notes and reports
The collection comprises records produced by Albert Vezza and the Laboratory for Computer Science from 1963 to 1995.
Materials include: Thesis proposals, computer tapes, reports, memoranda, abstracts, notes, books, transcripts, deposition materials, slides, transparencies, and notes.
The collection documents the professional activities of Alex d'Arbeloff between the years of circa 1997 to 2003.
Materials inlcude: remarks, speeches, presentations, and orientation materials.
The collection documents the professional activities of Alexander Rich between the years of 1954 to 2015.
Materials include: correspondence, awards, slides, and administrative files.
The collection documents the professional activities of Ali Javan. Materials include correspondence, subject files, lectures, publications, grant applications, slide negatives, and lecture, research, and teaching notes.
The Ali Tayar Archive covers many of the works of the late architect and designer Ali Tayar. Present in the collection are records concerning works of architecture, interior design, and furniture/product design. Also included are works from design competitions, special projects, publicity materials, ephemera, and photographic materials.
This collection includes minutes and other records of the Board of Directors of the Alumni Association of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) from the organization of the board in 1968 through 1983. Also in the collection are board resolutions, by-laws, and by-law revisions.
The collection includes early Alumni Association reports and meeting records, information on the Committee on Publication, which led to the establishment of Technology Review, Board of Directors minutes, financial records and budgets, information regarding reunions, Alumni Officers conference files, records of the National Selection Committee, and information regarding the choosing of MIT’s colors. Also included are audio tapes of speakers at alumni events.