Clippings (information artifacts)
Found in 167 Collections and/or Records:
Collection on Mark Ellingson
Collection of records about RIT President Mark Ellingson.
Collection on Nathaniel Rochester
Records related to Colonel Nathaniel Rochester, founder of the city of Rochester, New York. These records found throughout the RIT Archives, have been pulled together by the staff to create this collection.
Collection on Paul A. Miller
Collection of records deposited in the RIT Archives over a period of years.
Collection on Ralph Avery
The Collection on Ralph Avery contains clippings and articles regarding the artist, a Case-Hoyt calendar of his work, as well as other images of his artwork.
Collection on Ralph M. Hattersley
Materials related to Ralph M. Hattersley and his time at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Hattersley was a professor of photography at RIT from 1949-1962. The collection includes an interview transcript, clippings, and a memorial book written for Hattersley.
Collection on Richard H. Eisenhart
Materials related to Richard H. Eisenhart, a former trustee of the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). The collection consists of articles related to Eisenhart and his wife Virginia.
Collection on RIT campus art
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.
Collection on Robert McFarlane -William A. Kern Professor in Communications
A collection of eight audiocassette tapes documenting the speeches of Robert McFarlane who visited RIT in 1986 and twice in 1987 as the William A. Kern Professor in Communications. Also included in the collection is correspondence, clippings, and articles about his lectures.
Collection on Royal B. Farnum
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.
Collection on Sam Abrams
Materials related to Sam Abrams, an American poet and former professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology. The collection includes bibliographies, holiday cards, and clippings by or about Abrams.