Universities and colleges -- New York (State) -- Rochester -- History
Found in 40 Collections and/or Records:
Alan Cameros papers include documentation of his service for RIT organizations, including the Nathaniel Rochester Society, Institute of Fellows, and College of Liberal Arts Dean's Advisory Board.
Photographs by RIT student Bill Barley of the public announcement to move the RIT campus from downtown Rochester to Henrietta.
Pair of academic hoods worn by Charles and Florence Wallace, RIT benefactors.
The Carleton Gibson collection consists of photocopied clippings relating to Gibson's life, beginning with his appointment as the Institute's first president, to his work during World War I, and his death in 1927.
The Collection on James F. Barker consists of photocopied clippings and correspondence relating to Barker's term as the Institute's second president. Also included is a copy of his daughter Josephine's high school yearbook, and a map of Europe in World War I, annotated by Barker.
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.
The Dane Gordon papers contain interview notes, typewritten manuscripts, galley proofs, and research material used in the creation of Gordon's book, Rochester Institute of Technology: Industrial Development and Educational Innovation in an American City.
The collection contains Board meeting announcements and invitations, and other documents ranging from 1847-1894 for the Rochester Athenaeum, Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Association, Mechanics Institute, and the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute. Many of the documents are addressed to George S. Riley.