Norman J. Radow Collection, 1964-1965
The Norman J. Radow Collection consists of two engineering drawings related to the Apollo project, dated 1964-1965. The copies are possibly diazo prints, and were sent to Paul Radow (Norman's father), from the Otis Elevator Company, where he worked as an engineer and led the design team on creating the elevator system for the Apollo project. Also included is the envelope in which the drawings were sent.
- Creation: 1964-1965
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Biographical or Historical Information
Norman J. Radow was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1957. He has been a trustee of the KSU Foundation since 1999, serving as Chair from 2007 to 2012. He graduated with a bachelor's degree from the State University of New York, as well as a law degree from New York Law School in 1981. Norman Radow moved to the Atlanta area in 1987, and in 1994 founded and served as CEO of RADCO, a real estate development company. In honor of his parents, he launched the Paul and Beverly Radow Lecture Series on Jewish Life in the South in 2013, as a collaboration with the Kennesaw State University Department of Museums, Archives and Rare Books and the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Through the real estate committee and then as Chair, Radow has played a central role in new construction on the campus, including residence halls, parking decks, dining hall, and the Sports and Recreation Park. Norman's father, Paul Radow, was an engineer at Otis Elevator Company who at one point led the design team in the creation of the elevator system for the Apollo Space project. For a more detailed biographical description, please refer to the KSU Oral History Project, "Interview with Norman J. Radow": http://hdl.handle.net/11360/1782
3 item (2 oversize folders)
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Method of Acquisition
Transferred to the Kennesaw State University Archives from KSU Development Director Colin Byrne (3391 Town Point Drive, Kennesaw, Georgia) on March 31, 2017 (Accession 17-009).
Processed by: Armando Suarez, April 2017
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- April 2017
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