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A collection of over 80 binder-boxes of slides taken by University photographers over a span of many decades documenting faculty and staff, academics, buildings and student life.
The RIT University Publications photograph collection contains photographic work done by student employee, Jen Moon between 2004-2008. There are six binders full of images on CDs with accompanying contact sheets for most, some by other photographers.
Collection of materials related to the women's residence halls at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), particular those on the old city campus. The collection includes promotional materials, policies, proposals, stated objectives, and clippings.
RIT/NTID Marketing Communications slide collection originally contained 8 notebooks of images taken during the first 20 years of NTID's existence on RIT's campus. The majority of the images were taken in the 1970s, coinciding with the construction of the Lyndon Baines Johnson (LBJ) building and dormitories. The images document the campus, buildings and their construction, classrooms and equipment, dedication ceremonies, and students, faculty and staff of NTID.
Contains renderings of RIT Henrietta campus buildings, circa 1982-1989, created by Robert Macon of Macon Chaintreuil Jensen Stark Architects LLP.
Silver trowel used at cornerstone laying ceremonies of the Eastman Building, George Clark Building, Ritter-Clark Gym, and Ice Rink.
Legal documents related to the estate of Susan Bevier, a benefactor of the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (now named the Rochester Institute of Technology). The collection contains copies of Mrs. Bevier's estate records including her will, estate inventory, and deeds, as well as correspondence related to the use of Mrs. Bevier's generous donation.
This is a concept paper formally proposing what would become the building which houses the Golisano Institute for Sustainability at RIT.
Collection contains 11- CD's of digital files, 85-4 x 5 inch color negatives, 19-color slides, 1- 8x 11 inch color photo of the NTID stained glass window, and a three page inventory of images used in View It! the art and architecture of RIT, a book about the artwork and architecture of the RIT campus.