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Collection of Rochester Institute of Technology student handbooks from 1917-present. Each handbook contains information on campus activities, services, resources, and various other features.
Fliers and guidebooks from the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Off Campus Student Association.
Various documents, clippings, and other types of papers related to cooperative education at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Also included in the collection are newsletters, students’ reports and two major studies conducted in 1943 and 1960.
The collection includes various correspondence, promotions, handbooks and curriculum information related to the Department of Communication at RIT which is part of the College of Liberal Arts.
Materials related to the School of Photographic Arts and Science (SPAS) at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) including correspondence, curriculum, clippings, and materials for students and faculty. Of particular interest is the collection of records related to the history of the school.
The collection includes clippings, photographs, correspondence, promotional materials and advertisements related to the College of Continuing Education at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) covering 1966-1996. Also included are course offerings and program proposals, several publications produced by the College.
Emily A. Clements course manuals consist of four volumes. Each contains typewritten lecture notes, artwork images, and assignments for a History of Painting and Sculpture class at the Rochester Atheneum and Mechanics Institute.
Six books kept on the desk of Frederick W. Brehm, the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute's first faculty member in the Photographic Technology Department. Brehm patented the Cirkut Panorama Camera in 1905.
Bernard Davis textbook and class notes contains one binder used for Fundamental Photography class at the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute in 1942.
The donor of this collection was Mrs. Stephen K. Sillay, wife of Mr. Stephen Sillay, who was a student in the Department of Photographic Technology at the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanic’s Institute, now known as the Rochester Institute of Technology. He attended school here from 1931-1935. The collection consists of textbooks, handouts, and objects related to courses Stephen Sillay was enrolled in relating to analog photographic processes, as well as a few personal objects.