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Materials related to the Frederick W. Brehm Memorial Lecture program. The program was established in 1950 in honor of Frederick W. Brehm, a former professor in the Rochester Institute of Technology's department of photography. The collection includes programs, announcements, correspondence, clippings and other records.
The paper records of the Herb Gray collection on Zeta Tau fraternity contain pledging posters, membership materials, planning documents, organizational records, the constitution, invitations to anniversary banquets, memos and correspondence. Also included are a Zeta Tau drinking mug.
The handmade composite of members of the RIT Zeta Tau fraternity in 1969 contains oval shaped photographs of each of the 24 identified members cut and pasted to a poster board.
Gallery r exhibits and promotional materials consists of posters, invitations, mailers, fliers, and exhibit schedules; as well as photographs, slides, marketing plans, clippings, news releases and a history of exhibitions at gallery r. The gallery is student run and administered by the School of Art of the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences at RIT.
Imagine RIT Innovation and Creativity Festival promotional and planning materials include t-shirts, brochures, and other items regarding the festival. Each year memorabilia is added to this collection.
The Joe Watson graphic design curricular materials collection contains undergraduate student work, teaching materials created by Professor Watson, as well as some correspondence pertaining to the student project.
This collection of ephemera includes posters, t-shirts, and giveaways from RIT Student Government events.
The collection consists of records documenting the founding of Gamma Epsilon Tau at RIT in 1955 and continuing to the present.
Collection of posters and slides documenting events held by the RIT College Activities Board between 1970 and 2015. There are a total of 55 posters and 177 slides.
Educational Technology Center (ETC) Design Services materials include four folders of brochures, booklets, flyers and miscellaneous advertising, as well as a fifth section dedicated to posters, created between 1999 and 2006.