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Various materials donated to the RIT Archive Collections by the Office of the Provost in 1997. The items include historical information on the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) such as brochures on the university's history and architectural renderings. Also included is information on the National Technical Institute for the Deaf's (NTID) founding and dedication ceremonies.
Materials related to the development and construction of the Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) campus in Henrietta, NY. RIT relocated its campus from downtown Rochester to the suburbs of Henrietta in 1968. The collection includes documents related to the college's move such as correspondence, meeting minutes, preliminary reports, and clippings.
Materials related to the planning and construction of the Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) campus in Henrietta, NY. RIT relocated its campus from the city of Rochester to the suburbs of Henrietta in 1968. The collection includes diagrams, correspondence, meeting minutes, financial records, and clippings.
Contains a design presentation summary of the renovation of residence halls on the RIT Henrietta campus.
The collection contains information about the names of buildings and streets on RIT’s Henrietta Campus. There is also information from original sources with background on the individuals.
Photographs by RIT student Bill Barley of the public announcement to move the RIT campus from downtown Rochester to Henrietta.
David A. Page photographs contain images of SpiRIT, the RIT tiger; the day President Ellingson made the announcement that RIT would move from the downtown location to Henrietta; and images from a tree planting event at the Henrietta location taken by Dave Page when he was an RIT Photography student in the 1960's.There are also photographs taken on the Gemini VI and VII space missions and the Apollo 11 moon landing.
This collection contains numerous maps of the Rochester Institute of Technology Henrietta campus beginning in 1968. The maps document campus buildings and parking lots and show the growth that has taken place.