RIT College of Graphic Arts and Photography records
Scope and Contents
College of Graphic Arts and Photography (CGAP) records contains information about the college, correspondence, clippings, a strategic plan, and published materials relevant to the college. Also included are reports, immediate releases, and other related materials from the 1950's - 1991.
- Creation: 1958, 1963, 1966, 1969, 1972, 1974-1975, 1979-1987, 1990-1991
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open to researchers.
Biographical / Historical
College of Graphic Arts and Photography (CGAP) was one of the six colleges organized in 1960, with three divisions: School of Photographic Arts and Science, the School of Printing (which has been renamed many times, the current name is the School of Media Sciences), and the Graphic Arts Research Center.
In 1992, College of Graphic Arts and Photography and the College of Fine and Applied Arts were combined to become College of Imaging Arts and Sciences, keeping the School of Photographic Arts and Science, School of Media Science, and some of the degree programs that had been provided.
.5 Linear Feet (1 document box. and 1 binder)
Materials related to the College of Graphic Arts and Photography (CGAP), which was a precursor to the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences. The collection includes information about the college, correspondence, clippings, a strategic plan, published materials by the college, and other related papers.
The folders have been arranged in six categories: Information, Correspondence, Clippings, Reports, Strategic Plan, and Other Records. The content from each folder is arranged chronologically.
Other Finding Aids
In addition to this finding aid, an inventory is available below. For more information, please contact the RIT Archive Collections.
College of Graphic Arts and Photography records
Finding aid created by Veronica Raco in October 2012.
- RIT College of Graphic Arts and Photography records
- RIT Archives
- Veronica Raco
- 05 October 2012
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