Hidden Georgia Tech: The Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking
By Victor Rogers january 22, 2018
Across the Georgia Tech campus, hidden spaces and forgotten places await rediscovery. Some are relics of an earlier time, difficult to find and explore. Others are very much in view, but often overlooked. Hidden Georgia Tech is a photo essay series highlighting places on campus that are hidden in plain sight.
THE ROBERT C. WILLIAMS
MUSEUM OF PAPERMAKING
The Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking, located in the Renewable Bioproducts Institute at 500 10th Street, is a research institution and public museum dedicated to the preservation of the history of paper and paper technology.
The museum, originally called the Dard Hunter Paper Museum and located at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, began in 1939 and is home to the largest collection of paper and paper-related artifacts in the world.