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Two paintings by Charles C. Horn, a professor in the School of Art and Design at the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (a precursor to RIT).
The Chuck Baird artwork contains eight 14 x 11 inch matted reproduction prints by deaf artist Chuck Baird.
Two scrapbooks related to Clifford M. Ulp and the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (renamed the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1944). Ulp served as a faculty member and then the director of the Institute's art and design program from 1921 to 1952. The scrapbooks contain clippings and various pieces of ephemera such as event programs and invitations.
Clifford Ulp artwork contains 12 pieces: paintings and drawings, primarily depicting landscapes.
Materials related to Albert J. Simone and his time as president at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Simone served as RIT's ninth president from 1992-2007. The collection includes copies of Simone's speeches, papers, and reports, as well as correspondence, event information, and other miscellaneous items.
The Carleton Gibson collection consists of photocopied clippings relating to Gibson's life, beginning with his appointment as the Institute's first president, to his work during World War I, and his death in 1927.
The Collection on James F. Barker consists of photocopied clippings and correspondence relating to Barker's term as the Institute's second president. Also included is a copy of his daughter Josephine's high school yearbook, and a map of Europe in World War I, annotated by Barker.
Materials related to the artwork housed on the Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) campus. The collection includes clippings, articles, press releases, and miscellaneous documents on several artists including Josef Albers, Harry Bertoia, Alistair Bevington, José de Rivera, Frederick Lipp, Henry Moore, and Albert Paley.
Contains photocopies of clippings and articles about and by Royal B. Farnum, third president of the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (RAMI) from 1919-1921.