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The collection includes two commemorative coins and two books related to deafness.
This is Louise Genest's personal collection of unique miniature bindings. The research, making, and assembling of the collection has taken fifteen years to put together. (From the bookseller's catalog, 2010.)
Collection contains artwork created by Bea Nettles between 1969-1992. Formats include hand colored prints, artists' offset books, silver gelatin instamatic prints, dye transfer prints, photo-etchings, poster prints.
Scrapbook of printing samples by "Beresford, Printer," dating from ca. 1869 to 1875. This printing firm was active in Washington, D.C.
Bernard Davis textbook and class notes contains one binder used for Fundamental Photography class at the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute in 1942.
The Book Club of California collection contains keepsakes, book prospectuses, and ephemera produced by the Club to promote their publications and programs. The bulk of the collection was acquired over several decades as a benefit of the RIT Cary Collection being a "Standing Order" member. The Collection is not a complete repository of everything the Club has produced since 1912.
Thirty-one photoengravings created by Bruce Rogers and used in printing illustrations for The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri (New York: Bruce Rogers and the Press of A. Colish, 1955).
Collection consists of two posters and a book designed by Charles Coiner.
The collection contains client project files and posters created by the design firm Chermayeff and Geismar, as well as writings by the two designers, Ivan Chermayeff and Tom Geismar.
The Draft Magazine records consist of administrative records such as meeting minutes, financial records, participant submission forms, and donor information for the 9th (2012), and 10th (2013) editions of this student run publication.