Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Two oxidized silver necklaces, one titled Emerald Trough necklace features ten oxidized silver bars connected by a trough containing a natural emerald. The other untitled piece is made of silver teaspoons and cotton string. The spoons create a silver cage that contains a spray of bay leaves. Ms. Bello created it during her time as a student at RIT's School for American Crafts.
Marjorie Elizabeth Lyddon lapel pins are one small round (1/2" diameter) gold pin with raised MI(letters for Mechanics Institute) and Henry Lomb Society in raised letters around the edge, the other is a Lambda Delta Sorority gold pin with a raised " L" inside a triangle.
The RIT Delta Phi Epsilon, Beta Upsilon Chapter memorabilia collection contains keepsake mementos of the sorority at RIT. Included within this collection are lettered shirts, event t-shirts, jewelry charms, drink ware, and event programs. The contents of this collection document the organization’s history from 1993 to its present day activities.
The donor of this collection was Mrs. Stephen K. Sillay, wife of Mr. Stephen Sillay, who was a student in the Department of Photographic Technology at the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanic’s Institute, now known as the Rochester Institute of Technology. He attended school here from 1931-1935. The collection consists of textbooks, handouts, and objects related to courses Stephen Sillay was enrolled in relating to analog photographic processes, as well as a few personal objects.