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Collection contains a jacket worn by student guides during the open house for the Henrietta campus in 1968. The jacket lining is made of paper.
Materials related to the Rochester Athenaeum and its operations. The Athenaeum was founded in 1829 as an educational institute and is an early predecessor of the Rochester Institute of Technology. The collection contains excerpts from local newspapers, charter documents for the organization, member lists, a copy of Charles Perkins's address to the Athenaeum, and information on Reynolds Arcade. Also included is a subscription book for the organization.
Materials related to the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics' Association, a predecessor of the Rochester Institute of Technology. The collection contains historical information on the organization, as well as membership tickets, a secretary's book, copies of the library's catalog, a member register, and a copy of the organization's constitution.
Documents related to the Franklin Institute in Rochester, N.Y. The Institute existed from 1826-1833 and was an early predecessor of the Rochester Institute of Technology. The collection includes newspaper excerpts and a membership list.
Materials relating to the Rochester Athenaeum and Young Men's Association (RAYMA). A predecessor of the Rochester Institute of Technology, RAYMA was formed in 1838 when the Rochester Athenaeum merged with the Young Men's Association. The collection contains fliers for RAYMA activities, as well as a list of individuals who gave lectures to the organization.
The Bruce Austin research papers contain interview notes and research material used in the creation of
"Frans Wildenhain, 1950-75: Creative and Commercial American Ceramics at Mid-Century".
The Operation Hi Ball collection consists of the original 16mm footage of the event, as well as a DVD copy of the film, a slideshow set to music and still photos from the event conducted by RIT photography faculty and students in 1962.
Materials donated to RIT from alumni. The collection includes various RIT related objects donated to the RIT Archives from RIT Alumni.
The George M. Cochran digital moving image collection consists of several films and business cards from Cochran's film and marketing companies. Cochran was a student at RIT in the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences in the early 1960's. The films are housed on optical discs (CD-ROM/DVD).