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Small collection of clippings and correspondence related to Phi Gamma Dektol, an unofficial fraternity of photography majors at RIT. The collection also includes a pin and mug belonging to Dektol member William E. Carnahan.
American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) conference at RIT contains four items collected during the Engineering-Images for the Future conference in June 19-23, 1983. Items include a t-shirt, a button, and two wooden cubes inscribed with
ASEE RIT 1983.
Henry Lomb Society pin belonging to Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (RAMI) student Winifred Philleo. The Henry Lomb Society (1916-1936) was created in 1916 to recognize outstanding RAMI students.
Records of the Community Service Club House at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). The house was started around 1982 as a "special interest" residence hall for students at RIT interested in community service. The collection includes administrative items, meeting minutes, governance documents, budgeting materials, newsletters, ephemera, project information, and other related items. Photographic materials, a banner, a button were added to the collection in September 2012.
Imagine RIT Innovation and Creativity Festival promotional and planning materials include t-shirts, brochures, and other items regarding the festival. Each year memorabilia is added to this collection.
Collection of pins commemorating events, awards, student life, alumni, or RIT.
Collection contains promotional materials used in RIT's First Year Enrichment program. The program supports student scholastic and social transition from high school to college.
Materials collected while assisting Bruce Austin with his project to create an exhibition of Frans Wildenhain's ceramics and exhibition book from September 2011 to October 2012.
A collection of RIT memorabila saved by Mike Buonaccorso while a student at RIT.
NTID promotional ephemera includes cups, paperweights, buttons, and other artifacts related to National Technical Institute for the Deaf at Rochester Institute of Technology.