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Collection of photos, press releases, and correspondence related to the career and teaching of former RIT School of Photographic Arts and Sciences faculty member Charles (Charlie) Arnold.
Contains 3 photography class assignments from RIT student Rik Moeller, including photographs, transparencies, and written essays.
Twenty photos and transparencies by Ruth Thomas. Thomas was a student at the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute, a precursor to Rochester Institute of Technology.
Abraham Josephson photographs contain eight images of advertisements. Josephson was a student and faculty member at Rochester Institute of Technology.
Complete contents of student Barbi Brill's photographic printing lab book for 1953-54 created by RIT photography professors Leslie D. Stroebel and Donald L. Smith. The lab book includes sample work, lab reports, comments and grades by the instructors.
Award and coats of arms plaque for Robert Bagby, a former professor of photography at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT).
Photographs taken by Frederick W. Brehm and his students. Brehm patented the Cirkut Panorama Camera in 1905 and worked as the first faculty member in the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute's Photographic Technology Department.
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.
Photographs taken by Margaret Sterling Houston and Charlotte Augusta Houston between 1890 and 1904. The sisters were amateur photographers from the Rochester area. Most of the photographs in the collection are portraits or landscape scenes. The collection also includes a few pieces of biographical material and a broadside that advertises an exhibit on the sisters' work held in 1977.
Photograph portraits of members of the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute's (RAMI) Board of Trustees and of prominent Rochesterians. RAMI changed its name to the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1944. The portraits were taken by Joseph Ernest Mock, a prominent photographer in the Rochester area.