Albert May Papers
Scope and Contents
The Albert May Colleciton is primarily composed of materials related to Carnegie Mellon Alumni activities, especially reunions for the class of 1921. There is also material related to May's membership in Beta Theta Pi and Tau Beta Pi.
- May, Albert C. (Person)
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This collection is open without restriction.
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Copyright has not been transferred to Carnegie Mellon University. Standard copyright rules apply.
Albert May -- originally from Lakewood, Ohio -- graduated from Carnegie Tech in 1921 with a degree in mechanical engineering. While at Tech, May was involved in various campus activities. He was a member of the Technon Club, the Chairman of the Class Audit Committee, and in C.M.E.S. Follwoing his graduation he remained active with Carnegie Mellon University, attending reunions and gatherings and serving on the Board of Trustees for the Founders Fund. He also spoke at the 1991 commencement ceremony.
0.5 Linear feet (1 box)
This collection contains the papers of Albert May who graduated from Carnegie Tech in 1921 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. A bulk of the materials document May’s involvement in Carnegie Mellon activities after graduation, including materials realted to reunions and commencements.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The material in this collection was given to Carole Panner by the son of Albert C. May. It was later transferred to the archive by Marygrace Antowski, head of Annual Giving at Carnegie Mellon University.
- Albert May Papers, 1922-1997
- Jennifer Bator
- Marcy 17, 2015
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