Philanthropists

George W. Harrison Jr.

George W. Harrison, Jr., left $16,000 in his will for Georgia Tech. These funds were used to purchase two lots near the campus and to improve the Ceramic Building....

George W. Woodruff

George Waldo Woodruff attended Georgia Tech in 1917, earning a degree in mechanical engineering. In the midst of his education, he fought in WWI. He later atten...

Gilbert Hillhouse Boggs

Gilbert Hillhouse Boggs received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Georgia in 1896, and a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1901. Boggs began h...

Harold Alan Bunger and W. Harry Vaughan

Bunger began at Georgia Tech as an instructor in 1927 and was promoted to head of the Chemical Engineering department in February 1940. Bunger had been involved in t...

Harold E. Montag

Harold Edward Montag was born on September 8, 1897 and graduated from Georgia Tech in 1918 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. His senior quote in the Blueprint...

Harry L. Baker Jr.

Harry Baker was a native of Atlanta and graduated from Georgia Tech in 1934 with a degree in Chemical Engineering where he was an exceptional student and obtain...

Henry F. ("Hank") McCamish, Jr.

Henry "Hank" McCamish was born and raised in Greenwood, South Carolina and made Atlanta his home after graduating from the Georgia Institute of Technology...

Herman K. Fulmer

Herman K. Fulmer was a professor of mathematics at Georgia Tech and acting head of the mathematics department in 1952. Born in Como, Mississippi, he re­ceived his B....

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