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The RIT Curriculum collection contains teaching materials used for various course curriculum in various departments at RIT. The collection is arranged alphabetically by course title the materials were used to teach.
Collection of items related to Laura Funnell McQuillan, a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) retailing program. The collection includes two photographs of McQuillan, receipts from the school, and several other items related to McQuillan's time at the university.
Materials related to the Empire State School of Printing, an early predecessor of the Rochester Institute of Technology's School of Print Media. The collection includes general information on the school, as well as ephemera, copies of diplomas, course schedules, lists of graduates, and clippings.
1916 edition of the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute yearbook, the Ramikin, as kept by home economics student Marie K. Fennell. Includes clippings regarding Institute history and alumna.
The collection contains Board meeting announcements and invitations, and other documents ranging from 1847-1894 for the Rochester Athenaeum, Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Association, Mechanics Institute, and the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute. Many of the documents are addressed to George S. Riley.
Assorted calendars outlining courses, schedules and information regarding classes. The calendars range from 1930-1995.
This collection includes records such as correspondence, promotions, clippings and reports related to the history of student housing at RIT, both on the downtown campus and at the Henrietta campus.
The David and Mary Hoysic collection on Sister Marie-Pierre Semler contains biographical information about the life of RIT alumna Sister Marie Pierre Semler, and information about her artwork. Materials include a brochure, a biographical essay, a timeline, and an exhibit catalog. Also included is a VHS tape about her work.
Materials belonging to Blanche A. Phillips and Dorothy J. Walls. Both women graduated from the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (renamed Rochester Institute of Technology in 1944). The collection includes textile cards, pamphlets, and other published material.
Playbills from the Burton Holmes Lecture series, sponsored by the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Each playbill includes details about the topics to be covered during the specified lecture segments.