Ramblin Through Time: The Story of Georgia Tech

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In honor of Tech’s 125th birthday year, we’re partnering with Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine to highlight a piece of Tech history. This issue’s topic: M.L. Brittain’s “The Story of Georgia Tech.”

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In honor of Tech’s 125th birthday year, we’re partnering with Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine to highlight a piece of Tech history. This issue’s topic: M.L. Brittain’s “The Story of Georgia Tech.”

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In honor of Tech’s 125th birthday year, we’re partnering with Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine to highlight a piece of Tech history. This issue’s topic: M.L. Brittain’s “The Story of Georgia Tech.”

The following excerpt is number 33 on the list “125 Pieces of Tech History,” featured in the September/October 2010 issue of Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine:

Archives has a signed copy of M.L. Brittain’s “The Story of Georgia Tech,” published in 1948. Brittain became president on July 14, 1922. In retirement, he was named president emeritus and continued to reside in the campus home built for him. After his death, the house was demolished to make way for the Burge Parking Deck. 

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M.L. Brittain, Ramblin Through Time, The Story of Georgia Tech
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  • Created By: Amelia Pavlik
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  • Created On: Jun 14, 2011 - 8:36am
  • Last Updated: Oct 7, 2016 - 11:08pm