Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
This collection documents the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) crew team from 1910-2014. It includes material that covers practices, competitions, alumni reunions, and other functions of MIT crew. There are photograph albums, scrapbooks, visual materials, training logs, films, and administrative documents.
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.
The records of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Hillel Foundation, bulk 1956-2010, contain ten linear feet of correspondence, meeting minutes, self-published newsletters and brochures, photographs, posters, and scrapbooks, which document the organized activities of MITs’ Jewish student body. Much of the material provides evidence of social, academic, and religious events sponsored by MIT Hillel.
The collection comprises materials documenting the origins of the guidebook "How to Get Around MIT" (HowToGAMIT). The materials span the years of 1969 to 1993.
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.