MIT’s history comes alive in the Institute Archives and Special Collections. Come explore!
- Kevin Lynch’s The Image of the City is a landmark of city planning. Consult his field notes.
- Howe, Manning & Almy was the first Massachusetts architectural firm founded by women. All three founders were MIT alumnae, and you can read their papers at the Institute Archives & Special Collections.
- Ever wondered where William Barton Rogers spent his honeymoon? Read his diary.
- In 1962 Thomas Kuhn’s The Structure of Scientific Revolutions set a new standard in the philosophy of science. Read his drafts in person at the Institute Archives & Special Collections.