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Records of the Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) Office of Instructional Development, previously named the Division of Instructional Research and Development. The department oversaw various other departments that provided media products and services to the RIT community. The collection contains correspondence, reports, promotional materials, and other miscellaneous items.
Materials related to Barbara Morgan, a photographer best known for her black and white dance photographs. Compiled by Richard Zakia, a former professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology, the collection contains correspondence, invitations and announcements, promotional items, publications, news articles, photographs, and biographical materials.
Collection of materials related to Ralph M. Hattersley, a former professor of photography at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). The collection consists primarily of contact sheets and negatives, but also includes some pieces of correspondence.
Materials related to the School of Photographic Arts and Science (SPAS) at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) including correspondence, curriculum, clippings, and materials for students and faculty. Of particular interest is the collection of records related to the history of the school.
Two copies of "First Ever", a portfolio made up of one print by each student participant in the first computer graphics course to be taught in the School of Photography.
Materials related to Rudolf Arnheim, a prominent scholar in the field of experimental psychology and visual expression. Compiled by Richard Zakia, a former professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology, the collection contains correspondence to Zakia, articles both on and about Arnheim, and photographs. Most of the materials are photocopies.
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.
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.
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.