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Records related to Colonel Nathaniel Rochester, founder of the city of Rochester, New York. These records found throughout the RIT Archives, have been pulled together by the staff to create this collection.
Records of the Rochester Institute of Technology’s Nathaniel Rochester house dedication. A bronze memorial tablet was unveiled to mark the site of Colonel Rochester’s home (located on the Institute’s property) in 1924 and a dedication of a residence hall named in his honor took place in 1959. This collection consists of a dedication program and a speech.
One audio recording promoting RIT's move to a new location in the 1960's and contributing to the new campus fund drive. The new campus refers to the Henrietta campus which RIT moved to in 1968. Material contains an audio recording of a fund raising effort, the original being on an audio cassette tape which was digitized to a wav file.
Frederick Brehm photographs of Clark Building construction contains photographs related to the construction of the Clark Building in 1945. There are two complete copies of the album; one is in a spiral album and the other in a portfolio box.
Print by Harold Stewart Bishop depicting the Reynolds Arcade located in Rochester, NY. The Reynolds Arcade building was the first home of the Athenaeum, one of RIT's founding organizations.