Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Barbara Cowles collection on Shop One
The Barbara Cowles collection on Shop One contains materials about the retail store that featured handmade crafts by RIT professors, as well as other craftsmen in the Rochester area and beyond. Included are posters, news clippings, exhibition announcements, photographs, digital images and HTML pages from a website about Shop One (no longer live on web).
Dawn Tower DuBois photographs
Two digital ink-jet photographs by Dawn Tower DuBois. Dubois was a professor in the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences until her retirement in 2013.
Girl Scouts of America, Catalog of Courses, 1954
Mike Klein collection of RIT Photographic Science memorabilia
Materials related to Mike Klein's time as a student at RIT in the Photographic Science and Instrumentation program in the 1970's. Included are photographs, publications, and a memo.
RIT 1979 Coast to Coast Run collection
RIT Sports Information photographs
RIT Sports Information photographs includes prints, microfiche, negatives, and digital images documenting men and women athletes and RIT sports teams from the 1930's to 2013.
Face of the Land curriculum material
Materials related to Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) professor Thomas Cornell's class
Face of the Land. The course was a series of seven field trips around the Rochester, NY area to study large-scale structures from different time periods, and in varying degrees of use or decay. Materials in the collection include a CD containing images taken during the field trips, photocopies of the images, and student reports of the field trips.
View It! The Art and Architecture of RIT photographic images
Collection contains 11- CD's of digital files, 85-4 x 5 inch color negatives, 19-color slides, 1- 8x 11 inch color photo of the NTID stained glass window, and a three page inventory of images used in View It! the art and architecture of RIT, a book about the artwork and architecture of the RIT campus.
Voices of the ROC project oral history interviews and photographs
Voices of the ROC Project oral history interviews and photographs contains The City in History: Rochester syllabus, 20 digital photos of the interview groups with their interviewee, and eight digital audio files of the interviews. The project involved small groups of students interviewing Rochesterians who also work at RIT, about their memories of the city, their experiences, and their sense of the changes in the city over time.