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The Phi Beta Gamma Fraternity records is comprised of the organization’s constitution, policies, rush and social event flyers, over-sized advertisements, meeting minutes, photographs, and a pledge class paddle. This collection includes the fraternity’s founding day in 1971 through the beginning years of its existence on Rochester Institute of Technology campus.
The RIT Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity records contain by-laws, promotional materials, correspondence, reports, event pamphlets and alumni directories, as well as newsletters of the Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity chapter at RIT. This collection includes information about the fraternity, ranging from the chartering of the Upsilon Tetarton chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa in 1960 to the early 1990s. A majority of the contents in this collection document RIT's Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity from 1958-1970.
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.
The collection consists of eight scrapbooks contained in cases documenting the interests and activities of Marcia Ellingson between 1968 to 1975.
One DVD titled
New Faculty Orientation: Welcome to RIT produced by the Educational Technology Center at RIT. The 2007 film introduced RIT to new faculty members at the American University in Kosovo.
RIT Archive Collections records and photographs contains records, correspondence, news clippings, and photographs about the creation and history of the archives at RIT. The RIT Archives Collection was founded as RIT Archives in 1960.
The RIT Delta Phi Epsilon, Beta Upsilon Chapter memorabilia collection contains keepsake mementos of the sorority at RIT. Included within this collection are lettered shirts, event t-shirts, jewelry charms, drink ware, and event programs. The contents of this collection document the organization’s history from 1993 to its present day activities.
Voices of the ROC Project oral history interviews and photographs contains The City in History: Rochester syllabus, 20 digital photos of the interview groups with their interviewee, and eight digital audio files of the interviews. The project involved small groups of students interviewing Rochesterians who also work at RIT, about their memories of the city, their experiences, and their sense of the changes in the city over time.
The Mark Ellingson audio recordings contains three audio recordings documenting special occasions in the history of RIT's fifth president. The collection includes audio recordings from Ellingson's 30th anniversary celebration; when he was named Citizen of the Year by the Rochester Kiwanis Club; and his retirement in 1969.