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Twenty photos and transparencies by Ruth Thomas. Thomas was a student at the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute, a precursor to Rochester Institute of Technology.
Abraham Josephson photographs contain eight images of advertisements. Josephson was a student and faculty member at Rochester Institute of Technology.
Three photographs by RIT Professor Andrew Davidhazy including a photograph of rapidly moving string that won honorable mention in the photography category of the sixth annual International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge in 2008. There are also two Examples of peripheral photography in the shape of a cone and a tube that feature Mr. Davidhazy in the image.
Seven photographs by Ira Current. Photographs are modern prints from 2002 made with original negatives dated 1929-1992.
Photographs, research and lecture notes, articles, and glossary of RIT professor Neil Croom. Croom taught photography in the Fine Arts department from 1956-1978.
The RIT Photographic Document project contains the work of School of Photographic Arts students. This documentary photographic survey captured RIT, its environs, community, and activities.
Nineteen color photographs by RIT student Robert Luessen. Photos were created for a class project; images capture unusual spaces in the Wallace Library.
Photographs by students of Charles Arnold, professor of photography at Rochester Institute of Technology from 1959-1987.
Photographs by RIT student Bill Barley of the public announcement to move the RIT campus from downtown Rochester to Henrietta.
Collection of ten photographs by Leslie Krims from his The Incredible Case Of The Stack O'Wheat Murders series. Krims taught photography at Rochester Institute of Technology from 1967-1969.