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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.
Complete contents of student Barbi Brill's photographic printing lab book for 1953-54 created by RIT photography professors Leslie D. Stroebel and Donald L. Smith. The lab book includes sample work, lab reports, comments and grades by the instructors.
Programs, clippings, press releases, posters, and other paper materials regarding the William A. Reedy Memorial Lecture in Photography, as well as a few lectures on VHS tape, audiocassette and CD.
The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) photo cage collection contains six t-shirts imprinted with a School for Photographic Arts and Sciences (SPAS) photo cage logo. The photo cage loans equipment to students. The shirts are worn by students employed at the photo cage which is located on the third floor of the Booth building.
Materials related to Richard Zakia's investigation of Ted Serios's claimed ability to be able to imprint mental images on camera film. The collection includes a few pieces of correspondence discussing Zakia's project, as well as photographs and photographic negatives of Serios's failed attempts. Also included are clippings and publications discussing Serios's talent.
The Joyce Collins' collection on Yasuji Tohjo consists of photographs taken by Yasuji for class projects, as well as his formal kimono ensemble including the kimono, haori jacket, and sandals.
Geneseean publications and calendars contains issues number 1, April 1969 through number 8, 1978/79 of the Geneseean, and number 9, 1980 and number 11, 1982 which are in calendar format. Both publications are projects of students in the School of Photographic Arts & Sciences at RIT.
Photographic portfolios of 1964 RIT Photography graduate, Ron Sherman. The collection contains his business card and multiple portfolios displaying his work.
Audio recording of a lecture given by RIT photography professor Hollis Todd on photography in 1966.
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).