Universities and colleges -- Alumni and alumnae
Found in 43 Collections and/or Records:
Materials belonging to Blanche A. Phillips and Dorothy J. Walls. Both women graduated from the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (renamed Rochester Institute of Technology in 1944). The collection includes textile cards, pamphlets, and other published material.
Small collection of leaflets for Brick City Blast, a weekend of activites for RIT students and alumni.
The Carl Yackel collection includes correspondence, photographs, writings by Yackel and other related items. Carl Yackel enrolled at RAMI in 1941 and graduated in 1947 after serving time in the Army Air Coprs.
Pair of academic hoods worn by Charles and Florence Wallace, RIT benefactors.
This collection includes 1 color photograph of a luncheon meeting of RIT Mechanical Engineering Class of 1958. A group of 14 classmates has met yearly since their graduation. This photograph features 10 of the 14 original classmates meeting for their luncheon in 2015.
Materials donated to RIT from alumni. The collection includes various RIT related objects donated to the RIT Archives from RIT Alumni.
David A. Page photographs contain images of SpiRIT, the RIT tiger; the day President Ellingson made the announcement that RIT would move from the downtown location to Henrietta; and images from a tree planting event at the Henrietta location taken by Dave Page when he was an RIT Photography student in the 1960's.There are also photographs taken on the Gemini VI and VII space missions and the Apollo 11 moon landing.
The David A. Page photograph is a 11 x 13 inch framed black and white photograph titled "Irish Tree of Many Faces", 1966. The photo is of a large tree that reveals many faces within its branches.
David Farnsworth collection on Eisenhower College contains student and staff directories, newsletters, student publications, course catalogues, alumni documents, planning documents, various programs and pamphlets, and a few objects. Mr. Farnsworth was a professor at Eisenhower College before coming to RIT.
Records collected by Dean Santos while serving as Staff Chairperson and professor of the National Technical Institute (NTID) Deaf Social Work program. The fifteen boxes include correspondence with alumni of the program, events, alumni newsletters, course syllabi, community programs and service, historical documents, conferences and curriculum materials between 1970-2005.