Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
The Mechanics Institute Cooking School Lessons and Recipes composition books are two notebooks that contain portions of early instructional materials from the Domestic Science Department of the Mechanics Institute. Both composition books are from the 1897-1898 school year. The collection includes various recipes, cooking instructions for certain foods, cooking lessons, and measurement abbreviations and conversions. The materials were donated by Carol J. Saylor in May 2016.
Collection is seven folders of papers saved by Milton Pearson from 1957-1964 documenting his application to RIT, purchase of books, and applying for tuition assistance under the G.I. Bill. Also included are his C.R.C. Standard Mathematical Tables personalized book, a personalized science notebook, and a slide rule.
Collection consists of Abrams’ research material used in his personal and professional projects. Series of materials established are subject files, poetry, correspondence, writings, biographical files and clippings.