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Collection of posters and slides documenting events held by the RIT College Activities Board between 1970 and 2015. There are a total of 55 posters and 177 slides.
Collection of photographs in slide format documenting student life, events, and classes at National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT).
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.
Collection of photographs and videotapes documenting library staff, events, construction of building addition, primarily from the 1980's-1990's until 2004. Staff photos are well identified. Also included in this collection are eleven videotapes and DVDs ranging from 1974-1995 containing content related to the Wallace Library, and four carousels of slides documenting a library orientation program.
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.
The Rudolph de Harak collection is organized into six series:
I. Correspondence and Personal Papers, 1952-1997.
II. Photographs, 1950-2000.
III. Writings, 1948-2001.
IV. Design Projects, 1936-1994.
V. Fine Art, 1963-2001.
VI. Reference Material.
NTID-related materials collected by Thomas Raco, an administrator at NTID for many years. The materials center around art at NTID, art curriculum, artists who attended NTID, an alums show at Dyer Art Center, articles and videotapes about deaf art and artists. Collection also includes sample artwork by deaf artist Morris Broderson.
Collection of materials from graphic designer Tom Carnase. Includes correspondence, photographs, slides, tear sheets, printed ephemera, drawings, and other graphic materials covering the professional life and work of the lettering artist, type and logo designer, typographer, and art director Tom Carnase.
The Walter Allner collection contains poster and magazine covers designed by Allner as well as articles detailing his design process. He is best known for his work at Fortune magazine and he is recognized as the designer of the first computer-generated cover of a national magazine.