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Records of the Rochester Institute of Technology's Nathaniel Rochester Society (NRS). The NRS was formed in 1967 as a way to recognize the university's top financial contributors each year. The collection includes correspondence, membership lists, programs, invitations, newsletters, meeting minutes, photographs, and various pieces of memorabilia.
Collection of materials related to Ralph M. Hattersley, a former professor of photography at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). The collection consists primarily of contact sheets and negatives, but also includes some pieces of correspondence.
Photographs taken by Douglas Lyttle, a former professor of photography at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). The collection includes photographs, contact sheets, and negatives, all related to the university.
The collection is comprised of color photographs, slides, and negatives of the Kate Gleason College of Engineering (KGCOE) at RIT during the late 1980's and mid-1990's. They include informal academic shots in classrooms and labs, events held by KGCOE such as Funfest and Casino Night, and snapshots of the 1995-1996 commencement ceremony.
35mm slides with images related to WITR, Rochester Institute of Technology's student-run radio station. The collection also includes a small number of negatives.
Materials related to Spirit the Tiger, a live tiger cub that served as the Rochester Institute of Technology's mascot from 1963-1964. The collection includes correspondence, administrative and financial documents, ephemera, and clippings. Also included is a transcript of an oral history interview given by RIT students who were members of the original Tiger Committee in 2005.
Photographs taken by Margaret Sterling Houston and Charlotte Augusta Houston between 1890 and 1904. The sisters were amateur photographers from the Rochester area. Most of the photographs in the collection are portraits or landscape scenes. The collection also includes a few pieces of biographical material and a broadside that advertises an exhibit on the sisters' work held in 1977.
Collection of negatives and photographs taken between 1979-2002 for Techmila, the university yearbook, and for the Reporter magazine.
A collection of negatives created by Ken Huth while a photography student at RIT, and later as a freelance photographer covering events at RIT. Added to the collection is a DVD of Ken Huth Photos from 2006 documenting the 90th birthday of Alfred Davis (Mr. RIT) and the dedication of RIT's IT Collaboratory, and the 2010 Brick City weekend.