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Scrypt: three site-specific projects performed on and in the Wallace Memorial Library at the Rochester Institute of Technology during the construction of the Library extension, January 1990 - May 1991, as part of Gordon Bleach's Masters in Fine Arts thesis. The collection is thirteen photographs.
The paper records of the Herb Gray collection on Zeta Tau fraternity contain pledging posters, membership materials, planning documents, organizational records, the constitution, invitations to anniversary banquets, memos and correspondence. Also included are a Zeta Tau drinking mug.
The handmade composite of members of the RIT Zeta Tau fraternity in 1969 contains oval shaped photographs of each of the 24 identified members cut and pasted to a poster board.
Materials related to the Image Permanence Institute at RIT including correspondence, invitations and flyers to Image Permanence Institute’s (IPI) dedication and reception, brochures, and other materials.
Materials related to Deaf History International Conferences. These conferences were attended by Wallace Library's NTID liason librarian Joan Naturale.
35mm color transparencies, negatives, photographs, photo albums, and leaf prints comprise the John Fass collection, documenting his life, travels, hobbies, and career.
The John Panara collection on Robert and Shirley Panara includes photographs, correspondence and local news articles collected by the Panara family and used in an NTID exhibit on Robert Panara from 2014.
The John Retallack Colleagues portraits consist of fifteen black-and-white portraits of RIT faculty. The portraits are 13 x 11 inches and each is matted. Also included is a 32 x 24 inch poster printed with 6 of the portraits used in the book, Colleagues.
Collection is roughly arranged by subject: portraits, landscapes, and still lifes.
This collection contains the conservation treatment report of the 1969 Murals by Josef Albers on the RIT Campus, prepared by conservator James Hamm in September 1999.
The Joyce Morrow collection consists of correspondence, photographs, ephemera, and publications related to graphic design in the twentieth century which she collected during her career. She worked at various design firms, eventually becoming the Executive Director at the American Institute of Graphic Arts in New York.