Georgia School of Technology
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content This collection contains two autobiographical manuscripts written by Lawrence "Larry" Benton. Most of the names of people and places in the documents are pseudonyms. The first manuscript covers his education and time working as an engineer in Atlanta in the 1930s and 40s. Specifically, he writes about his time at the Georgia School of Technology with his friends George, Jack, and Fitzie; his work as an engineer at a co-op; and his many romantic interests. The second autobiography covers...
Dates: approximately 1965, 2001
Scope and Content Most of this collection contains Allen's academic materials from his education at the Institute of Applied Science, specifically his studies on fingerprint analysis. Materials include Allen's handwritten notes, a letter from instructor T. G. Cooke, a series of examination sheets, several pages of newspaper clippings, and Allen's class binder. This collection also contains several materials concerning civilian defense during World War II, informative pamphlets from the Office of Civilian...
Dates: 1941-1942, undated