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Eighty slides taken at different times throughout the new campus construction between 1962-1968.
This collection includes 1 color photograph of a luncheon meeting of RIT Mechanical Engineering Class of 1958. A group of 14 classmates has met yearly since their graduation. This photograph features 10 of the 14 original classmates meeting for their luncheon in 2015.
Collection consists of a Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (RAMI) Household Science student scrapbook for First Grade Sewing class. Scrapbook contains a sample of fabric on each page with different types of stitching. Also includes photograph and clippings.
This collection contains documentation of a 2003 memorial service held at NTID for Clayton Valli, deaf linguist and ASL poet. Both photographs and a video document the memorial.
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.
The David A. Page photograph is a 11 x 13 inch framed black and white photograph titled "Irish Tree of Many Faces", 1966. The photo is of a large tree that reveals many faces within its branches.
Creations of David M. Spindel, an American photographer. The collection includes posters and photographs created by Spindel, many of which are signed. Most of the items in the collection focus on baseball memorabilia, although there is an image of John Lennon and a sample of Spindel's rebuses.
The Deaf Rochester News collection contains meeting minutes, correspondence, administrative documents, and photographs related to the Deaf Rochester News and Deaf community of Rochester. Records range from 1984 to circa 2000’s.
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.