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Frederick Winslow Taylor Collection (SCW.001)

Frederick Winslow Taylor, Stevens Class of 1883, was an inventor and engineer who pioneered the application of engineering principles and time study to production and shop management. Scientific management, as it was termed, is still used in industry today and remains a much-debated subject in labor history studies. The Frederick Winslow …

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Frederick Winslow Taylor Collection (SCW.001)

Stevens Campus Buildings Collection (SCW.010)

Documenting the growth of the Stevens campus since its founding in 1870.

 

Stevens Campus Buildings Collection (SCW.010)

Stevens Athletics Collection (SCW.026)

In spite of its smaller size, Stevens has produced a long tradition of athletic excellence that stretches back to 1872 with the founding of its first intercollegiate football team.

 

Stevens Athletics Collection (SCW.026)

The Stute Collection (1904 - 2009)

Since its founding in 1904, The Stute has served as the student newspaper for Stevens Institute of Technology, and is published every Friday during the academic year by its staff of volunteers.

 

The Stute Collection (1904 - 2009)

The Stevens Life (1890 - 1899)

The Stevens Life was first published in the spring of 1890 by members of the classes of 1892 and 1893 and was devoted to campus news, literary expression, sporting events coverage, and other items of interest to the student body until its discontinuation in 1899.

The Stevens Life (1890 - 1899)

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Digitized photographs, manuscripts, yearbooks, student newspapers, and other rare and unique items from the Samuel C. Williams Library's Archives & Special Collections at Stevens Institute of Technology.

 

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