Printing -- History -- New York (State)
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Materials related to the Empire State School of Printing, an early predecessor of the Rochester Institute of Technology's School of Print Media. The collection includes general information on the school, as well as ephemera, copies of diplomas, course schedules, lists of graduates, and clippings.
The Harry Rab slide collection contains images of the RIT School of Printing Management and Sciences facilities as well as a script about the Institute and printing program.
Twenty-four digital audio recordings of interviews mostly conducted by Leo Smith in an attempt to capture the oral history of the Rochester Institute of Technology from some of its prominent faculty, staff, trustees, presidents and contributors.
The Mo Lebowitz Collection contains more than five hundred examples of his printed work, consisting of ephemeral pieces that celebrate his interests, including cigars, food, wine, bluegrass and classical music, literary characters, and acquisitions of equipment for his press.
The Graphic Arts Research Center (GARC) records contains brochures, publications, clippings related to, and produced by GARC, as well as the handwritten outline of the Graphic Arts Research Division from 1947. GARC was a division of the College of Graphic Arts and Photography at RIT.
RIT printing plates mainly consists of president and provost signatures.
The collection contains over 100 printing samples collected by Rochester Institute of Technology Professors Alexander Lawson and Archie Provan. Many of the samples are awards and certificates presented to the RIT community during 1960-1980.
Materials relating to the Rochester Club of Printing House Craftsman.