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The collection contains biographical material; writings by Zacharias; correspondence concerning research, articles, and collaborations; research notes relating to the study of retrolental fibroplasias and reports summarizing grants supervised by Zacharias. Also included are notes, charts, and graphs summarizing the data she collected during her study about the age of young women at the time of menarche.
The collection consists of Leonard Park Cohen's student notes for a class he took at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Heat and Thermodynamics (8.50), in 1934.
The collection comprises reports generated by the Lincoln Laboratory from 1959 to 1962 for the Project Mercury program.
This collection consists of a photograph photocopy and written materials pertaining to the Department of Biology at MIT.
The collection documents the professional activities of Lloyd Rodwin from approximately 1950 to 1983.
Materials include: lecture notes, course readings, correspondence, background publications, reports, and conference materials.
The only born-digital content in the collection is the transcript of comments by Ernesto Cortes, Jr., Texas Interfaith Education Fund (TIEF), for the Profession of City Planning Faculty Seminar. It is a Microsoft Word document.
Lonsdale Green was a member of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) class of 1887. The collection consists of a letter to Harold E. Lobdell, dean of students, dated April 4, 1940, which describes Green's decision to attend MIT's course in architecture in 1883 and Green's correspondence with MIT professor of architecture William Robert Ware concerning the Institute's program.
The collection documents Louis Smullin's role on the ONR (Office of Naval Research) Advisory Committee on Millimeter Wave Generation and includes correspondence with Charles H. Townes, chair of the committee; memoranda and reports. Also included is a 1939 term paper written for 6.501, an MIT electrical engineering seminar. Boxes 2 through 17 are unprocessed. (There is no box 4 - renumber boxes?)
The collection documents the professional activities of Louis Bucciarelli from 1966 to 1999. Materials include a notebook, correspondence, draft book chapters, and articles.
The collection consists of a sketchbook entitled "Comments by Lucio Costa of Brazil at the MIT Centennial Convocation" about a Charlie Chaplinesque character who invents a machine that transforms individuals and entire societies into healthy, peaceful, and productive citizens. The character cannot accept his public acclaim and commits suicide.
The collection consists of a scrapbook compiled by Luther K. Yoder containing memorabilia from his undergraduate years at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to the end of World War I. Included are programs, athletic score cards, dance cards, menus, invitations, and press clippings.
The collection documents the professional activities of Manuel Cerrillo Valdivia from approximately 1950 to 1974. Materials include reports, drawings and diagrams, music scores, correspondence, lectures, notes, and research files.
This collection consists of an audio recording of the twentieth anniversary of the March 4, 1969 teach-in.
The collection includes manuals, problems, and notes for electronics courses Marcy Eager taught at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Radar School.
Songs include "A Stein Song" (written by Albert Bullard, class of 1887), "Dear Old MIT" (written by Harold Wonson, class of 1907), "Take Me Back to Tech" (written by Isaac Litchfield, class of 1885), and "Sons of MIT" (written by John B. Wilbur, class of 1926).
The collection consists of a transcript of an interview by Ellen S. Richards with Margaret Stinson concerning Stinson's administration of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) inorganic chemistry laboratory from the opening of the Institute in February 1865 to 1911. Also includes her general reminiscences about MIT faculty, students, and staff, particularly those associated with the MIT course in chemistry.