This collection contains the records of the Architecture Department and consists of published articles, annual reports, meeting minutes, course materials, project products and student theses. A majority of the collection consists of published articles and materials produced from student or faculty research projects.
Linear Feet: 5 Boxes: 5
This collection pertains to the development of the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. The collection consists of 9 boxes of materials and includes a selection of video-taped lectures from the early 1970s.
Linear Feet: 8.5 Boxes: 9
The School of Drama Photographs collection is primarly composed of photographs documenting productions staged by the School of Drama, starting with "The Two Gentlemen of Verona," in 1914. The colleciton offers evidence of trends in drama education and theatrical staging.
Linear Feet: 19 Boxes: 28
The School of Drama Prompt Books collection contains prompt books created for main stage, studio, and MFA productions staged by the School of Drama. The vast majority of the prompt books were created as thesis projects at both the bachelors and masters level and also include essays, set and costume designs, programs, photographs, and other information related to the productions. Most prompt books for main stage productions were created as final projects by undergraduate students, while most prompt books for studio productions were created by MFA directing candidates.
Linear Feet: 63 Boxes: 63
More like this: Drama, Alumni Papers, Photographs
The School of Music Records contain programs, departmental files, and audio materials from 1906-2015. The content of this collection documents the success of Carnegie Mellon's historic music program and contains information about key events, faculty, and administrators. Concert and recital programs make up the majority of the collection. Other materials include descriptive brochures for graduate programs and documentation on various choirs and symposiums. The collection is comprised of three series: Programs, Department Files, and Media.
Linear Feet: 11 Boxes: 12
This collection contains the records of the Scotch n' Soda Club, an organization formed in 1938 in order to produce a musical for the Carnegie Tech's annual Spring Carnival. It consists of 6 linear feet of papers, audio and visual recordings, about the student organizations' performances (1907-2005), including Pippin, Pippin. This collection contains administrative records of the club, scripts, playbills, posters, and photographs.
Linear Feet: 11 Boxes: 17
The Senator H. John Heinz III Archives at the Carnegie Mellon University Libraries contain the congressional papers of the late Pennsylvanian John Heinz (1938-1991), a Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1971-1976) and the U.S. Senate (1977-1991). The Heinz House of Representatives Papers focus on local and regional issues of importance to Pittsburgh and western Pennsylvania as well as his committee service. The Heinz Senate Papers document his work on national issues, such as health care, retirement, international trade and finance, and the environment.
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This collection contains the papers of the Carnegie Mellon University Chapter of Sigma Xi, an honorary society dedicated to the encouragement of research in science and engineering. It includes historical papers related to the establishment of the Chapter in 1937, papers on high school outreach, correspondence, administrative and financial papers, business minutes, membership files, programs, posters and announcements.
Linear Feet: 2 Boxes: 3