is blessed with a rich history. While much of this history
can be interpreted using paper records or artifacts, many
of MIT's voices are missing from these sources. The information
found at this wonderful site will help add to the history
of the Institute the words of those who helped create it.
I hope this site will prove valuable to those who would
like to learn more about the Institute and its past, in
particular historians seeking to understand the unique role
that MIT has played in American society during World War
II and beyond.
of MIT's presidents:
left to right: Howard W. Johnson, Paul E. Gray, Jerome B.
#MC 226 & #MC 55
by Calvin Campbell
MIT News Office
of MIT Museum