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This collection contains an expense book, a scrapbook, a compilation of employee magazines and numerous clippings related to the history of Bausch and Lomb and especially to the celebration of the company’s 75th anniversary.
The collection contains two items donated by the College of Applied Science & Technology at their 40th anniversary celebration. Included are the invitation to the event held on October 18, 2012, and a commemorative coin.
Materials related to the McClure Scholarships. These scholarships were awarded to 150 students as part of Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) 150th Anniversary Celebration in 1979. The collection includes press releases, clippings, birthday cards, and baby t-shirts.
Collection of banners and flags regarding Rochester Institute of Technology.
A collection of over 80 binder-boxes of slides taken by University photographers over a span of many decades documenting faculty and staff, academics, buildings and student life.
This collection contains records and materials pertaining to the RIT College of Applied Science and Technology. CAST was established in 1972 and grew to become one of RIT’s largest colleges. This collection contains clippings, promotional brochures, program information and news releases.
The RIT Delta Phi Epsilon, Beta Upsilon Chapter memorabilia collection contains keepsake mementos of the sorority at RIT. Included within this collection are lettered shirts, event t-shirts, jewelry charms, drink ware, and event programs. The contents of this collection document the organization’s history from 1993 to its present day activities.
The Mark Ellingson audio recordings contains three audio recordings documenting special occasions in the history of RIT's fifth president. The collection includes audio recordings from Ellingson's 30th anniversary celebration; when he was named Citizen of the Year by the Rochester Kiwanis Club; and his retirement in 1969.
Collection is a customized bicycle created by students in the RIT Kate Gleason College of Engineering in 2005 during RIT's 175th anniversary celebration. RIT President Albert Simone rode the bike during a celebratory parade.