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Papers of M. Richard Rose, president of the Rochester Institute of Technology from 1979-1992. The collection includes biographical material, correspondence, speeches, ephemera, news releases, publications, and clippings.
Documents related to a sculpture by Harry Bertoia, donated to the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1975. The collection consists mostly of correspondence, but also includes a ceremony schedule and the transcript for Frederic Welsh's presentation speech.
The Annual RIT Faculty & Staff Dinner programs and planning documents cover twenty-two years of the event.
This collection of records includes invitations, programs, speech outlines, guest lists, correspondence, and other materials relating to the Liberty Hill Breakfast Series (LHBS) since its inception in 1992, through to 2013. The LHBS is an invitation-only lecture series started by RIT President Albert J. Simone and continued by RIT President William Destler. The lectures were held at the RIT President's House, Liberty Hill located on Calkins Rd. in Pittsford, N.Y.
Collection of records deposited in the RIT Archives over a period of years.
Records of the Henry Lomb Society, an organization started in 1916 as an early honor society at the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute. The collection includes various organizational documents such as the group's constitution and by-laws, memoranda, and speech transcripts, as well as newspaper clippings related to the organization's activities.
A collection of eight audiocassette tapes documenting the speeches of Robert McFarlane who visited RIT in 1986 and twice in 1987 as the William A. Kern Professor in Communications. Also included in the collection is correspondence, clippings, and articles about his lectures.