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Materials related to Dr. Ralph W. Tyler's work with the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute, which was renamed the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1944. Tyler served as a consultant to the Institute on educational policy, curriculum design, and future planning starting around 1930 until 1970. The collection contains meeting reports, research notes, correspondence, publications, and a few other miscellaneous items.
Materials related to the construction of the College Alumni Union on the Henrietta campus, as well as its use and activities. The facility was built as part of the Rochester Institute of Technology's new campus in 1968 and is now known as the Student Alumni Union. The collection includes publications such as brochures, correspondence, planning documents, printed policies, concert fliers, and clippings. There is also a dedication ceremony guest book and a scrapbook in the collection.
Alan Cameros papers include documentation of his service for RIT organizations, including the Nathaniel Rochester Society, Institute of Fellows, and College of Liberal Arts Dean's Advisory Board.
Papers of Robert C. Bagby, a former professor of photography at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Bagby worked as a commercial photographer for many years before teaching at RIT. The collection includes examples of Bagby's published work, photographs, and biographical information.
Various clippings, photographs, correspondence, promotional program brochures and course guides related to the history of RIT’s School of Food, Hotel and Travel Management.
Two copies of Newspaper Headlines produced by W. Frederick Craig, RIT School of Printing professor in 1983.
This collection includes various documents, correspondence, publications and invitations related to the RIT Alumni Association Class Reunions. The collection spans the years 1958-1996.
Materials belonging to Blanche A. Phillips and Dorothy J. Walls. Both women graduated from the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (renamed Rochester Institute of Technology in 1944). The collection includes textile cards, pamphlets, and other published material.