Artifacts (object genre)
Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains six printing plates of illustrations for the book Blazing New Trails: The Biography of a Pioneer in Education (1937) by George Wilson Hoke. The book traces the institutional history of the Rochester Institute of Technology.
Pair of academic hoods worn by Charles and Florence Wallace, RIT benefactors.
The Douglas Lang collection consists of a t-shirt and lapel pin.
Henry Lomb Society pin belonging to Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (RAMI) student Winifred Philleo. The Henry Lomb Society (1916-1936) was created in 1916 to recognize outstanding RAMI students.
The collection consists of a R.I.T. football t-shirt and a R.I.T. laundry bag.
Collection contains a key fob and business card holder marking the naming of the Kate Gleason College of Education and the opening of the James E. Gleason building.
Microscope belonging to a student of the Mechanics Institute.
Set of nine mechanical drawing tools from a student of the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (a precursor of Rochester Institute of Technology). The tools were made in Germany.
The Richard Bertan jacket was worn by Rochester Institute of Technology student Richard (Dick) Bertan in the 1960's. He was a member of the Gamma Epsilon Tau, Zeta chapter. He graduated in 1962 with an AAS in Printing.
Ashtrays promoting RIT and its organizations.