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Materials related to Hans Christensen, the world-renowned silversmith and former Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) professor. Most of the collection consists of articles written on Hans Christensen, specifically his works, achievements, and death. The collection also includes some miscellaneous documents such as a biographical sketch, exhibition catalog, and a few pieces of correspondence.
Papers of Fred W. Smith, a former Secretary of the Institute and Assistant to the President at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Smith worked at RIT from 1971-2008. The collection includes biographical material, copies of Smith's papers and presentations, correspondence, and administrative information for select projects.
Materials related to Leslie D. Stroebel, a former professor of photography at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). The collection includes lists with titles of Stroebel's writings, articles, an interview transcript, and a few pieces of biographical information.
Clippings related to Douglas Lyttle, a former professor of photography at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). The collection includes articles written by Lyttle, a title list of works written by Lyttle, clippings, and an invitation.
Materials related to M. Herbert Eisenhart, a former trustee of the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). The collection includes biographical information on Eisenhart.
Contains photocopies of clippings and articles about and by Royal B. Farnum, third president of the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (RAMI) from 1919-1921.
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 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.
The collection includes articles, clippings, correspondence, and miscellaneous administrative documents for RIT's NASAD accreditation and course plans for the Graduate Forum class taught by Mr. Giopulos.