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  • American Journal of Science and Arts

    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.

  • Andrew Carnegie Collection

    The Andrew Carnegie Collection is a series of four collections of papers relating to the philanthropy of Andrew Carnegie. Two collections, the James Bertram Collection and the Andrew Carnegie Collection, reside at Carnegie Mellon University and the Andrew Carnegie Correspondences Collection and the Mary Barclay Wilson Collection are housed at the Carnegie Free Library of Pittsburgh. These collections were digitized and made available by funding from LSTA.

    Andrew Carnegie Collection

    Andrew Carnegie Correspondence Collection

    James Bertram Collection

    Margaret Barclay Wilson Collection

  • Carnegie Alumnus

    The Carnegie Alumnus, (known by several different titles over time) is a publication written to keep alumni of Carnegie Mellon University up to date on events related to the school. The first issue was published in 1914.

  • Carnegie Technical

    The Carnegie Technical contains scientific and technical articles by Carnegie Mellon University undergraduates.

  • Charette

    Charette (vols. 1-54, 1920-1974) was the journal of the Pittsburgh Architectural Club; and was later co-sponsored by the Pittsburgh Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and the Pennsylvania Society of Architects. Over the years, its coverage of architecture extended beyond Pittsburgh to the whole of Pennsylvania, and the Tri-State area of Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio, and West Virginia.

  • The Chicago Portage

    The Chicago Portage is the birthplace of Chicago. A small portion of the historic connection between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi waterways is preserved in the Forest Preserve District of Cook County's Portage Woods and Ottawa Trail Woods in Lyons, Illinois. It is one of only two National Historic Sites in Illinois and one of the few in the country that is not owned by the National Park Service.

  • CMNH Diplodocus Archive

    This collection contains field notes, correspondence, photographs, published popular and scientific articles dealing with the Carnegie Museum of Natural History's early paleontological discoveries, especially that of Diplodocus carnegii.

  • CMNH Douglass Archive

    This collection contains field notes, correspondence, photographs, published popular and scientific articles dealing with the Carnegie Museum of Natural History's early paleontological discoveries, especially that of Diplodocus carnegii.

  • William W. Cooper Collection

    This collection contains the papers of William Cooper, a founding figure in the field of management science and a professor of economics and accounting at Carnegie Mellon University from 1946 to 1975. He was among the first faculty at the Graduate School of Industrial Administration, now the Tepper School of Business, and he was founding dean of the School of Urban and Public Affairs, now the H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management.

  • University Course Catalogs

    Commonly referred to as the University Bulletins, the Course Catalogs include: course descriptions; the requirements for various programs of study; and information related to tuition, facilities, and the academic calendar. Information for graduate programs is not included in the bulletins. While the majority of bulletins include information for all undergraduate programs at the university, there are years when each school published separate bulletins.

  • Executive Committee Minutes

    Meeting minutes of the Executive Committee of the university (later the Board of Trustees).

  • Faculty Bulletin Collection

    What happens at a University besides classes? What do faculty do beyond teaching? The Faculty Bulletin of The Carnegie Technical Institute helps answer these questions by outlining, on a week by week basis, what various faculty were doing both professionally and personally. The Faculty Bulletins provide snapshots of the lectures, classes, research, programs, clubs, demonstrations, parties and policies of any given moment in the early and mid history of Carnegie Mellon University.

  • Paul Goodman Collection

    "The Changing Nature of Work" is as a series of films produced by Paul Goodman (1937-2012), an acclaimed organizational psychologist who was the Richard M. Cyert Professor at Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business.

  • Senator H. John Heinz III Collection

    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.

  • Historic Costume Collection

    The Historic Costume Collection is a searchable fulltext database of books that illustrate period costume, selected from University Libraries collections. The digital collection was seeded by a gift from Margaret Morrison Carnegie College alumna Irene Thomas (MMCC 1937, Costume Design). Ongoing growth and access to the collection are made possible by an endowment from Carol Cushing Chaplin in memory of her mother, Margaret Smith Cushing (MMCC 1927, Costume Economics).

  • Mellon Institute of Industrial Research Records

    This digital collection contains the Annual Reports and Newsletters from the Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, an independent research firm that was founded in 1913 and merged with Carnegie Institute of Technology in 1967 form CMU. The Annual Reports span 1914-1967 and give an overview of the sponsored research activities at the Institute. The Newsletters (Toot-Toot (1916-1917), R.K.D. Bulletin (1918-1919), Mellon Institute News (1937-1971), RKD Club Columns (1972-1974)) contain updates on staff, research projects, and social activities, as well as news from former fellows.

  • Allen Newell Collection

    The full-text digital archive of Allen Newell's pioneering work in artificial intelligence and cognitive science. Newell earned an international reputation as one of the founders of artificial intelligence. He is also known for his work in the theory of human cognition and the development of computer software and hardware systems for complex information processing.

  • Pittsburgh Jewish Newspaper Project

    The Pittsburgh Jewish Newspaper Project is composed of The Jewish Criterion (1895-1962), The American Jewish Outlook (1934-1962), and The Jewish Chronicle (1962-Present). This project serves as both an online reference source and as a digitized historical documentation of the Jewish community of Pittsburgh and its outlying areas.

  • Posner Memorial Collection

    A collection of books encompassing a wide range of subjects, from literature to art to western science. Henry Posner, Sr. collected these books during his lifetime and in 1978 his son, Henry Posner, Jr., donated the entire collection to Carnegie Mellon University.

  • Clifford Glenwood Shull Collection

    The full-text digital archive of Clifford Glenwood Shull, 1937 graduate of Carnegie Tech (now Carnegie Mellon University) and winner of the 1994 Nobel Prize in Physics. Shull's pioneering work with Ernie Wollan in neutron scattering while a physicist at Oak Ridge from June 1946 through 1955 led to his Nobel Prize.

  • Herbert Simon Collection

    The full-text digital archive of Herbert Simon, winner of the 1978 Nobel Prize in Economics. Simon earned an international reputation as one of the founders of artificial intelligence. Dr. Simon's research extended from computer science to such areas as cognitive psychology, administration and economics.

  • The Tartan

    The Tartan has been the weekly student newspaper of first Carnegie Tech and now Carnegie Mellon University since 1906.

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  • Thistle Yearbooks

    Since 1906, Carnegie Mellon University has published The Thistle yearbook, chronicling the activities, people, and topics of the day for each academic year. The Thistle Yearbook collection documents every publication in the University's distinctive and innovative history. From 1906 to 2016, this digital collection preserves over a century of academic life, memories, and moments, and captures the student experience and changing times at both the Carnegie Institute of Technology and Carnegie Mellon University.

  • Joseph F. Traub Collection

    The full-text digital archive of Joseph F. Traub, former Head of the Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University (1971-1979), and current Edwin Howard Armstrong Professor of Computer Science at Columbia University. In honor of Dr. Traub's leadership role in Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science, the University Archives is pleased to present this searchable selection of Dr. Traub's publications.

  • Florence Carlisle Papers

    Florence Carlisle an accomplished musician, graduated from Carnegie Tech in 1938 with a degree in music education. Following her graduation, she served as concertmaster or choir master for a number of groups in Pittsburgh and taught instrumental music for the Pittsburgh Public Schools. The Florence Carlisle Collection is comprised of music composed by Carlisle throughout her career. The majority of music in the collection was composed for use in churches and is available for use in performance with permission from the Carnegie Mellon University Archives.

  • University Archives Finding Aids

    Finding aids contain information on, and lists of the contents of, the physical collections in the Carnegie Mellon University Archives.