Alan Cameros papers
Scope and Contents
Alan Cameros was a member of several service organizations at RIT, including the Nathaniel Rochester Society, Institute of Fellows, and Liberal Arts Advisory Board. This collection includes correspondence, invitations to events, publications covering 1975 to 2009.
- Creation: 1975-2009
- Cameros, Alan (Person)
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This collection is open to researchers.
Biographical / Historical
Alan Cameros (1935-2022) was an attorney in Rochester, New York. Cameros has a long history of service in community organizations. He has been named a Fellow at the Corning Museum of Glass, served as chairman of the National Museum Trustee Association, and was a docent and Trustee for the Memorial Art Gallery at the University of Rochester. He and his wife Nancy, created a collection of Native American pottery with Nancy which was exhibited in museums in Western New York.
Cameros' service extends to the Rochester Institute of Technology as well. He was an active member of the Nathaniel Rochester Society, Institute of Fellows, and College of Liberal Arts Dean's Advisory Board.
The Nathaniel Rochester Society was officially established on October 29, 1967. Individuals who donated $500 or more to the Institute each year were admitted to the Society for the respective year. The purpose of the Society was to not only provide financial assistance to the school, but to "develop friends and ambassadors to promote and support RIT."
Persons selected for the Institute of Fellows are accomplished retirees wishing to further their contributions to the Rochester community. Members of the Dean's Advisory Board of the RIT College of Liberal Arts provide the Dean with an external perspective on the College and its initiatives and work on development, appeals, and College events.
2.09 Linear Feet (5 Document boxes)
Alan Cameros papers include documentation of his service for RIT organizations, including the Nathaniel Rochester Society, Institute of Fellows, and College of Liberal Arts Dean's Advisory Board.
Collection is arranged by subject.
Other Finding Aids
In addition to this finding aid, an inventory is available below. For more information, please contact the RIT Archive Collections.
Alan Cameros papers
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Accession number(s): 2009:077
Finding aid created by Amy Vilz in October 2011.
- Alan Cameros papers
- RIT Archives
- Amy Vilz
- 24 October 2011
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