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Jamie Cox Papers

Identifier: SC-RAD007

Scope and Contents

The Jamie Cox Papers consists of textual, photographic, digital, and three-dimensional materials from 1950 through 2014 that relate to Radiation, Inc.’s administrative, historical, social, marketing, and technical activities. The digital media totals 14.85 GB of data, accessible as MOB and MOV files, including scanned copies of older photos (1950-1970) as well as original photos from reunions held between 1996-2012.


  • 1953-2014


Conditions Governing Access

There are no restrictions to access.

Conditions Governing Use

Photocopies, photographs, and scans of items in this collection may be made by users or by library staff on behalf of users for the following purposes: personal, research, scholarly, educational, and other nonprofit use. It is the responsibility of the user to abide by any and all applicable copyright laws in their use of material from the Harry P. Weber University Archives and Special Collections. Florida Tech is not responsible for any copyright infringement resulting from improper use of research copies or scans created by or provided to users. See Reproductions and Use Policy.


2.49 Cubic Feet (7 letter-sized archival document boxes)

14.85 Gigabytes (7 discs)

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The collected documents, memorabilia, photographs, and publications of Jamie Cox focus on the administrative, historical, media, social, and technical operations of Radiation, Inc.


The folders and items are arranged in series according to format; subseries according to topic; and then chronologically by year. If a folder contains a range of years, then it is arranged within the subseries according to the earliest year listed on the folder. The boxes have been divided into 5 series:

Series 1: Documents Subseries A: Administrative Subseries B: History Subseries C: Technical

Series 2: Photographs Subseries A: Administrative Subseries B: Social Subseries C: Technical

Series 3: Publications Subseries A: Administrative Subseries B: Historical Subseries C: Media Subseries: D: Technical

Series 4: Digital Media

Series 5: Three-Dimensional Objects

Related Materials

Similar materials may also be held in other collections within the Radiation, Inc. Archives:

Collection Guide of the Jamie Cox Papers
In Progress
Veronica Birmingham, C. DeSimone
Oct. 2019
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Repository Details

Part of the Special Collections Repository

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