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Collection of records kept by Paul A. Miller during his time as president of the Rochester Institute of Technology. The collection includes subject files which contain mostly correspondence and clippings, as well as administrative files for the Rochester Urbanarium project. Also included are files on prominent university benefactors.
Photograph portraits of members of the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute's (RAMI) Board of Trustees and of prominent Rochesterians. RAMI changed its name to the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1944. The portraits were taken by Joseph Ernest Mock, a prominent photographer in the Rochester area.
The Hale-Andrews Student Life Center collection contains documents related to the planning, groundbreaking, opening, and dedication of the facility from 1986 to 1992. The collection includes a brochure for a planned Student Life Center in 1986, groundbreaking ceremony announcements in 1989, a 1990 architectural floor plan, dedication and open house announcements, invitations, a dedication speech, luncheon program, and news clippings about the dedication and opening of the center in 1992.
Twenty-four digital audio recordings of interviews mostly conducted by Leo Smith in an attempt to capture the oral history of the Rochester Institute of Technology from some of its prominent faculty, staff, trustees, presidents and contributors.
The Mark Ellingson audio recordings contains three audio recordings documenting special occasions in the history of RIT's fifth president. The collection includes audio recordings from Ellingson's 30th anniversary celebration; when he was named Citizen of the Year by the Rochester Kiwanis Club; and his retirement in 1969.
Collection of materials deposited by Greg Moss, Director of Department of Athletics and Recreation at RIT that document the development and construction of the first student life center and field house on campus through photographs, records, some blueprints and a specification manual. Also included are newsclippings documenting the 2009 men's and women's ice hockey season, and a tiger mascot costume affectionately named "Grandpa Ritchie," and the recreational "bubble."