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Materials related to Ralph M. Hattersley and his time at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Hattersley was a professor of photography at RIT from 1949-1962. The collection includes an interview transcript, clippings, and a memorial book written for Hattersley.
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.
Photographs taken by Michael Geissinger during his time as a White House staff photographer for President Lyndon B. Johnson. The pictures capture both Johnson's political and personal life. The collection also includes a small file of biographical material which includes a typed transcript from an interview with Geissinger about RIT and the photo program.
Collection of videos from and about RIT’s past Presidents includes interviews, speeches and T.V. news coverage recorded between 1982-2008. These include Presidents Ellingson, Miller, Rose, Simone and Destler.
Audio files related to the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences (SPAS) film The First Fifty. The film highlights the first fifty years of the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences. The collection includes audio recordings of interviews by Kevin Jergensen with prominent faculty members and students of SPAS.
Audio recording of informal interview with Hans Barschel for an upcoming television interview.
Ralph Avery was an American landscape painter and watercolorist based in Rochester. The collection includes an audio recording of an interview conducted with Avery.
Materials related to interviews conducted with RIT alumni of the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences alumni about their time at RIT and their current careers.
Recording of an interview with Alice Woodward conducted by Gladys Taylor on July 30, 1985.
Digital audio recording of an interview with Al Davis. Al Davis was known as "Mr. RIT" for his devotion to the Institute. He served as vice president in the 1960s and 1970s and played a key role in shaping RIT's future by helping to raise the funds to build a new campus in Henrietta. The collection includes parts three and four of the interview. Parts one and two of the interview are currently missing.