Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of one pair of men's ice hockey skates worn by RIT player Tim Butler from 1960-1964.
Collection contains a navy blue men's necktie embroidered with the Rochester Institute of Technology's graphic identification mark used during the 1980's and 1990's.
Materials related to the Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) Residence Halls Association. The Residence Halls Association is a student organization that represents the interests of students living the university's residence halls to RIT's administration. The collection includes correspondence, newsletters, and memorabilia.
The RIT RITiree dinner memorabilia collection consists of three items. These items were given to the attendees of the 2007 RITirees dinner held on June 13, 2007. The recipients of the outstanding alumni award were Albert and Carolie Simone. Dr. Simone was RIT President from 1992-2007.
Collection contains various memorabilia collected by Sam and Barbara Ray Holcomb relating to the National Technical Institute for the Deaf. Included in this collection are sweatshirts, t-shirts, posters, handkerchiefs, and news articles.
The donor of this collection was Mrs. Stephen K. Sillay, wife of Mr. Stephen Sillay, who was a student in the Department of Photographic Technology at the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanic’s Institute, now known as the Rochester Institute of Technology. He attended school here from 1931-1935. The collection consists of textbooks, handouts, and objects related to courses Stephen Sillay was enrolled in relating to analog photographic processes, as well as a few personal objects.
Materials related to the Tojo Memorial Garden at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) and its history. The garden was created in memory of Yasuji Tohjo, a Japanese student at RIT that died in a tragic car accident in 1964. The collection includes correspondence, administrative records, memorabilia, research materials, photographs, clippings, darwings, and other related items.
Documents and memorabilia related to WITR, the Rochester Institute of Technology's student-run radio station. The collection includes a variety of materials including program guides, correspondence, event invitations, advertising documents, memorabilia, and clippings and a CD of a live recording of the RIT String Quartet.