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Papers of Ezra Andrews, president of the Board of Directors for the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute from 1891-1899. The collection includes administrative and financial documents related to the Institute, as well as correspondence, ephemera, and clippings. The collection also contains materials related to Andrews work with several charities, specifically the Rochester Orphan Asylum.
Papers of Charles G. Edwards who graduated from the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (RAMI) in 1937. The collection includes test reports, course books, and miscellaneous printed material during the years Edwards was at RAMI.
Documents from Reno Antonietti's time working at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Antonietti served in various capacities at RIT including as Vice President for Academic and Computing Services. The collection contains administrative reports for the university, as well as materials related to RIT's acquisition of Eisenhower College such as correspondence, meeting minutes, petitions to the state, and clippings.
Six books kept on the desk of Frederick W. Brehm, the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute's first faculty member in the Photographic Technology Department. Brehm patented the Cirkut Panorama Camera in 1905.
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.
Documents related to a sculpture by Harry Bertoia, donated to the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1975. The collection consists mostly of correspondence, but also includes a ceremony schedule and the transcript for Frederic Welsh's presentation speech.
Diplomas and certificates that were issued by the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) or its predecessors. The collection includes course completion certificates, college diplomas, merit and service awards, and membership certificates. Many of these items are blank copies. There are also several diplomas from other institutions that were awarded to prominent members of the RIT community.
This collection consists of RIT’s VATEA records. The Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act (also known as VATEA or the Perkins Act) is an allocation of federal funds awarded to the Department of Education. This collection includes correspondence, reports, forms, amendment proposals, and agreements.
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.