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The Graphic Arts Research Center (GARC) records contains brochures, publications, clippings related to, and produced by GARC, as well as the handwritten outline of the Graphic Arts Research Division from 1947. GARC was a division of the College of Graphic Arts and Photography at RIT.
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.
Clippings related to Douglas Lyttle, a former professor of photography at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). The collection includes articles written by Lyttle, a title list of works written by Lyttle, clippings, and an invitation.
Collection of photos, press releases, and correspondence related to the career and teaching of former RIT School of Photographic Arts and Sciences faculty member Charles (Charlie) Arnold.
Materials related to the College of Graphic Arts and Photography (CGAP), which was a precursor to the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences. The collection includes information about the college, correspondence, clippings, a strategic plan, published materials by the college, and other related papers.
Contains 3 photography class assignments from RIT student Rik Moeller, including photographs, transparencies, and written essays.
Records of the institutional Advancement Commission, an organization started in 1975 to determine the future direction of the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). The collection contains reports from the university's nine academic areas as well as background research on higher education and RIT's unique role. There is also some correspondence and a final report published by the commission.
The RIT Student Association Slide Show audio recording is the audio portion of a slide show about student activities at RIT.
One spiral bound album of 8 x 10" color photographs of the newly completed buildings for the College of Fine and Applied Arts, and the College of Graphic Arts and Photography. Today these buildings are known as the Booth and Gannett Hall.