College benefactors -- New York (State) -- Rochester
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
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.
James E. Booth was a trustee of the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) during the 1890s. His son, Irving, was one of the university's largest benefactors during the mid-20th century. The collection mostly includes photographs of various members of the Booth family. There are also several pieces of correspondence and a publication on the Monroe County Savings Bank.
Scrapbook documenting the 1977 gift of the Carroll B. Neblette Memorial Library fund and the 50th anniversary of the publication of Mr. Neblette's book, Photography, Its Materials and Processes.
Pair of academic hoods worn by Charles and Florence Wallace, RIT benefactors.
The Collection on Caroline Werner Gannett is comprised of citations and certificates awarded to Gannett, as well as newspaper and article clippings.
The Collection on George Eastman contains clippings, correspondence, and publications documenting the life of philanthropist and inventor George Eastman.
Records of the Rochester Institute of Technology's Nathaniel Rochester Society (NRS). The NRS was formed in 1967 as a way to recognize the university's top financial contributors each year. The collection includes correspondence, membership lists, programs, invitations, newsletters, meeting minutes, photographs, and various pieces of memorabilia.
Collection of records kept by Paul A. Miller during his time as president of the Rochester Institute of Technology. The collection includes subject files which contain mostly correspondence and clippings, as well as administrative files for the Rochester Urbanarium project. Also included are files on prominent university benefactors.
RIT Presidential Medallion recipient records lists recipients who have been awarded the Rochester Institute of Technology Presidential Medallion, later called the RIT Presidential Medal. The award was created to provide a special way for the university to express its gratitude towards external contributions to RIT. These records consist of two lists of award recipients.
Legal documents related to the estate of Susan Bevier, a benefactor of the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (now named the Rochester Institute of Technology). The collection contains copies of Mrs. Bevier's estate records including her will, estate inventory, and deeds, as well as correspondence related to the use of Mrs. Bevier's generous donation.