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Geneseean publications and calendars contains issues number 1, April 1969 through number 8, 1978/79 of the Geneseean, and number 9, 1980 and number 11, 1982 which are in calendar format. Both publications are projects of students in the School of Photographic Arts & Sciences at RIT.
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.
The Draft Magazine records consist of administrative records such as meeting minutes, financial records, participant submission forms, and donor information for the 9th (2012), and 10th (2013) editions of this student run publication.
The Operation Hi Ball collection consists of the original 16mm footage of the event, as well as a DVD copy of the film, a slideshow set to music and still photos from the event conducted by RIT photography faculty and students in 1962.
Audio recording of a lecture given by RIT photography professor Hollis Todd on photography in 1966.
Materials on Operation Hi-Ball at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Operation Hi-Ball took place on RIT's campus downtown in 1962. The collection includes an original super-8 format film of the launch, 35mm slides, 8x10 black and white photos of random printouts from the slides, newspaper clippings, office documents, RIT The University Magazine and a thumb-drive of the scanned slide and an .mp4 digital file of the film.
Materials related to Mike Klein's time as a student at RIT in the Photographic Science and Instrumentation program in the 1970's. Included are photographs, publications, and a memo.
Materials received from Richard Zakia, former Photography professor at RIT, on Minor White, a photographer and also a RIT photography professor. Materials include snapshots, photographs, and an unpublished manuscript of "Visualization Manual" by Minor White.
This is a portrait of former RIT photography professor Leslie D. Stroebel. It is a black and white image taken by former RIT student Leslie McPherson, and is mounted between matboards.
Collection includes 17 examples of student photographic work (mostly transparencies and negatives) by Norman Biggart, a 1949 graduate of the Photographic Technology program at RIT.