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Bernard Davis textbook and class notes contains one binder used for Fundamental Photography class at the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute in 1942.
The Bernie Boston collection contains photographic negatives, mounted slides and silver gelatin prints from c. 1968 to c. 1995, from the career and personal life of Bernard Boston. The collection chronicles his time at Rochester Institute of Technology, where he studied photography, up through his career in Washington, DC, and his personal life. In addition to prints used for newspaper publication, there are fine matted prints.
A collection of thirty-nine photographs taken by photographer and RIT alumni Bernie Boston. Most of the photographs were taken during the 1980's, some a bit earlier in his career.
Materials related to Bertha E. Butts, dressmaking student in the Department of Household Arts and Science at the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute in 1904. The collection includes a sewing sample scrapbook and dress made for class.
Frederic W. Goudy completed Bertham in 1936. Its design is based on the letterforms found in German types from the 15th century. It was celebrated as his 100th typeface.
This collection consists of twelve posters of Israeli origin, published in the 1970s. Many include design credits from the Betsalʼel (Bezalel) Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem. The posters were printed in Hebrew and English languages, with either offset lithography or letterpress printing.
A collection of exhibition announcements beginning as early as 1903 at the Mechanics Institute in Rochester, NY before the Bevier Building was built, through the most current exhibition schedule and announcements at the Bevier Gallery today.
Materials related to the Bevier Memorial Building at the Rochester Institute of Technology. The building was constructed in 1911 using funds given by Susan Bevier. The collection contains invitations to the building's open, postcards and greetings cards depicting the building, and clippings. There is also a report on the building's historical significance.
Script for an episode of the Gross-Krasne Productions television show Big Town entitled Justice is Mute, release #80, season 4. Big Town was a television series that aired from 1950-1956. This episode has the interpreter for a deaf-mute character not acting in the best interest of the character and conspiring to victimize him.