Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Collection of records about RIT President Mark Ellingson.
Records related to Colonel Nathaniel Rochester, founder of the city of Rochester, New York. These records found throughout the RIT Archives, have been pulled together by the staff to create this collection.
Materials related to Ralph M. Hattersley and his time at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Hattersley was a professor of photography at RIT from 1949-1962. The collection includes an interview transcript, clippings, and a memorial book written for Hattersley.
Correspondence, slides, and clippings related to artists included in the deaf art/deaf artists website. The website includes over 40 deaf and hard of hearing artists.
The Earl H. Emmons Collection spans the period from 1920 through 1945 and contains his writings and more than 280 glass plate negatives, both of which document his interest in and devotion to the American type designer Frederic W. Goudy. The collection is divided into three series: Writings, Maverick Press Publications, and Photographs and Negatives.
Contains papers written by John Hromi, some course syllabi, proposal for a statistics lab, several Center for Quality and Applied Statistics business plans and long-range plans. There is also documentation of a Value Chain Alliances Conference held in 1991-1992 and biographical information about Mason Wescott.
The Winifred Philleo McPherson diaries are photocopied pages of her original diaries from 1914-1917. This was the time period she attended the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (RAMI). Daily handwritten entries record the life of a young female student's life in the early 1900's. Also included is Mrs. McPherson's personal biography.