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The collection contains various records, correspondence, memos and curriculum information related to the College of Liberal Arts Division of Language, Literature and Communication from 1969-1999.
Materials related to the School of Photographic Arts and Science (SPAS) at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) including correspondence, curriculum, clippings, and materials for students and faculty. Of particular interest is the collection of records related to the history of the school.
This collection contains portraits of Mechanics Institute (MI), Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (RAMI) and Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) administration, faculty, staff and some students. The portraits comprise many formats and sizes; prints, slides, negatives and contact sheets.
Correspondence, annual reports, and promotional materials from the Rochester Institute of Technology's Ombud's office.
Materials related to the Rochester Institute of Technology Support Staff Advisory Board. This was an organization formed in the late 1980's with the intent to offer professional development opportunities to RIT staff members. The collection includes correspondence, promotional materials, financial records, newsletter and meeting minutes, as well as other paper records.
The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) telephone directories include annual alphabetical listings of telephone numbers for RIT departments, faculty and staff. The directories begin in 1959 and continue through 2009, with some years missing. The 1965-1967 directories also include student phone numbers.
Barbara Cowles collection of Beaux Arts Ball and RIT Art Department faculty photographs consists of 32 black-and-white photographs from the 1950's. Also included is a hand-written letter from Barbara Cowles, the donor, to Becky Simmons, RIT Archivist briefly explaining the gift.
A photo album documenting Rochester Institute of Technology faculty and their wives visiting Kodak Park in Rochester, New York on November 2, 1949.
The Bruce Austin research papers contain interview notes and research material used in the creation of
"Frans Wildenhain, 1950-75: Creative and Commercial American Ceramics at Mid-Century".
The Annual RIT Faculty & Staff Dinner programs and planning documents cover twenty-two years of the event.