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Documents and memorabilia related to WITR, the Rochester Institute of Technology's student-run radio station. The collection includes a variety of materials including program guides, correspondence, event invitations, advertising documents, memorabilia, and clippings and a CD of a live recording of the RIT String Quartet.
Scrapbooks related to Clifford M. Ulp and the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (renamed the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1944). Ulp served as a faculty member and then the director of the Institute's art and design program from 1921 to 1952. The scrapbooks contain clippings and various pieces of ephemera such as event programs and invitations.
Materials related to the Frederick W. Brehm Memorial Lecture program. The program was established in 1950 in honor of Frederick W. Brehm, a former professor in the Rochester Institute of Technology's department of photography. The collection includes programs, announcements, correspondence, clippings and other records.
Materials related to the development and construction of the Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) campus in Henrietta, NY. RIT relocated its campus from downtown Rochester to the suburbs of Henrietta in 1968. The collection includes documents related to the college's move such as correspondence, meeting minutes, preliminary reports, and clippings.
Collection of materials related to the women's residence halls at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), particular those on the old city campus. The collection includes promotional materials, policies, proposals, stated objectives, and clippings.
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.
Materials related to minority students at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). The collection includes correspondence, promotional materials, and clippings related to student activities, programs, and university relations.
Materials related to the Bevier Memorial Building at the Rochester Institute of Technology. The building was constructed in 1911 using funds given by Susan Bevier. The collection contains invitations to the building's open, postcards and greetings cards depicting the building, and clippings. There is also a report on the building's historical significance.
Materials related to a trip to China by Rochester Institute of Technology officials in January 1978. The trip was meant to establish relations between the university and the country. The collection consists mostly of articles and clippings about the trip, but also includes several items related to exhibits and presentations following the trip.