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Bureau of Placement Records

Identifier: 0000-0008
Overview This collection documents the Bureau of Placement, originally known as The Bureau of Student Aid which was formed 1905 to assist Tech students in finding part time work while at school. In the years that followed, the Bureau expanded to assist both graduating students and alumni. The items comprising this collection include reports, drafts, correspondences, and meeting notes. Since its inception, the Bureau has undergone many name changes resulting from administrative division realignments...
Dates: 1910-1974

James F. Coakley Collection

Identifier: 2017-0033
Abstract The James F. Coakley Collection comprises class notes and other student memorabilia. James F. Coakley graduated from Carnegie Institute of Technology in the early 1950s. The collection contains class notes from 1951-1955, three cardboard essay booklets, one loose-leaf notebook, and various scapbook pages of "Carnegie theater" productions.
Dates: Majority of material found in 1951-1955

Charles J. Geiss Papers

Identifier: 0000-0030
Overview This collection contains the papers of Charles J. Geiss (1919-2009), a graduate of the Carnegie Institute of Technology’s Department of Electrical Engineering in 1939. The collection reflects Geiss’s involvement in the University’s Kiltie
Dates: 1939-2008

William Kolakoski Collection

Identifier: 2011-02
Overview The collection includes notes and writings Mr. Kolakoski produced with regard to the Kolakoski Sequence and related mathematical problems, philosophy and religion, and writings produced in his final days. Correspondence relates directly to Mr. Kolakoski and his personality, and the related articles provide academic information on the Kolakoski Sequence in the field.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1991-2002; 1944-2008

Eleanor Wilson Stoltz Collection

Identifier: 0000-53
Scope and Contents Note The Eleanor Wilson Stoltz Collection consists of five cubic feet (five boxes) and four series. It contains books on children’s art education, art tools, and artwork Stoltz produced while she was a student at Carnegie Tech. The majority of the artwork is in good condition.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1941-1943; 1929 - 1946