This collection contains the records of the Admissions Office. The majority of the collection consists of annual Reports and Marketing Action Plans, as well as publications for prospective and enrolling students. The collection also contains datasets and studies on CMU admissions, correspondence and memoranda, general research material on academic marketing, and some material about the Carnegie Mellon Admission Council (CMAC).
Linear Feet: 8 Boxes: 8
Al Checco Papers (1921-2015)
Al Checco was a prolific character actor, whose career spanned from the 1940's to his death in 2015. This collection consists mostly of memoriabilia, photographs, and scripts pertaining to Checco's career on the stage and screen. The majority of the collection spans from the 1950s-1990s and has been divided into four series, personal, professional, photographs, and AV.
Linear Feet: 6 Boxes: 6
More like this: Drama, Alumni Papers, Photographs
Albert May Papers (1922-1997)
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 related to reunions and commencements.
Linear Feet: .5 Boxes: 1
More like this: Alumni Papers
The Allan H. Meltzer Papers, which date from 1958-2012, document Meltzer's career as an economist and professor of political economy at Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business. Included are papers published in academic journals, mainstream magazines and newspapers, unpublished materials, correspondence and press, as well as materials that document his role in the Shadow Open Market Committee (SOMC) and The International Financial Institution Advisory Commission (IFIAC).
Linear Feet: 31 Boxes: 33
More like this: Economics, Faculty Papers
This collection contains the papers of Allen Newell (1927-1992), who served as the Whitaker Professor of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon from 1961, and is considered one of the fathers of artificial intelligence. The collection consists of 131 linear feet of papers and electronic files pertaining to Newell's early work at the Rand Corporation, his work on the development of Carnegie Mellon's campus computing environment, and his work on the SOAR project (1945-1997).
Linear Feet: 119
The American Journal of Science is the oldest scientific journal published continuously in the United States. Started in 1818 as a general review of advances in the arts and sciences, AJS now deals strictly with geology and other earth sciences.
More like this: Publication
This collection contains the papers of Angel G. Jordan, who received his Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Carnegie Institute of Technology in 1959 and a year later is Ph.D., eventually serving as professor and Provost for the University. The collection consists of materials relating to Jordan’s involvement in various boards and committees at St. Edmund’s Academy (SEA).
Linear Feet: 2
More like this: Alumni Papers, Faculty Papers
This collection consists of 16 linear feet of papers pertaining to the former Dean of the School of Computer Science's research in the areas of programming languages, software engineering, and programming environments.
Linear Feet: 16 Boxes: 16