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The collection consists of bibliographic and client files related to graphic designer Leo Lionni. A large portion of the collection represents his time at Fortune along with his career as an author and illustrator of children's books.
The Louis Danziger Collection at RIT consists of representative examples of his commericial works from 1949 -1989, including proofs, tear-sheets, posters, exhibition catalogs and various other printed materials. A limited number of bibliographic and biographical documents are also included in the collection.
Collection of Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) memorabilia (1953-1957) donated by Mary Anne Cross-Ehasz who graduated from RIT in 1957. She designed the official seal for the university that was used from 1956-1966. The collection includes photographs, design projects, and campus newspapers, as well as RIT memorabilia such as a sweatshirt, ashtray, and toothpick holder.
The Mary Faulconer collection consists of client files, scrapbooks, publications, and photographs from American designer Mary Faulconer. Mrs. Faulconer is most known for her design of the Love stamp for the United States Postal Service as well as her work in various magazines in the mid-twentieth century.
This collection consists of all materials accrued about RIT's Industrial Design curriculum/industry collaboration Metaproject. This includes general Metaproject materials as well as any Metaproject documentation that does not pertain to a particular designer and their work.
For materials relating to specific designers and their work, please see "Related Materials."
Wooden panel with National Biscuit Company (Nabisco) logotype, originally designed by Frederic W. Goudy circa 1901-02.
Collection of materials from P22 Type Foundry including publications, promotional material, posters, merchandise, and compact discs.
Award-winning 3-d packaging design by RIT students Lynsie Gibson and Zachary Mendoza, graduates of the Packaging Science program in the College of Applied Science and Technology at RIT.
The Paul Hauler collection of the Center for Integrated Manufacturing Studies (CIMS) construction photographs consists of 101 photographs documenting various stages of construction of CIMS over a period of several years and some related news clippings.
Collection of materials from graphic designer Paul Rand. It includes extensive client publications: advertisements, posters, letterhead, brochures, and reports from clients such as International Business Machines and Westinghouse.