Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Biomedical Photographic Communications program records
Burton and John Stratton collection
Materials related to Burton E. Stratton, and Burton’s son, John Stratton. Burton E. Stratton was a graduate of the Mechanics Institute's electrical department, and served as the Dean of the Evening College from 1941-1960. The collection includes news clippings, photograps, and college publications
Collection of RIT student publications
A collection of newsletters and periodicals published by student groups at Rochester Institute of Technology, collected and saved and deposited into the RIT Archives from the early 1930's until the present time.
Cooper Union Publications
Series III contains materials relating to colleges and universities that Lou Dorfsman contributed to or participated within.
David Farnsworth collection on Eisenhower College
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.
Douglas Rea collection of ESPRIT publications
Materials are e.s.p.r.i.t. publications and an article about e.s.p.r.i.t. from 1989-2002. The collection includes publications, publication supplements, magazines, and newspapers.
Fraternity beanie and "Music Rack, Out on a Whim, Wendell Castle Furniture" videotape
Collection is three items collected by Reno Antonietti which include a fraternity beanie, a videocassette tape titled "Music Rack, Out on a Whim, Wendell Castle, and an issue of the RIT Alumni News from 1989.
National Technical Institute for the Deaf administrative records
Series IV contains materials which relate to Lou Dorfsman's personal life, outside of coporate and club responsibilities.
NTID Marketing Communications publications
Sample publications created by the National Technical Institute for the Deaf Marketing Communications Department. The publications represent advertising for academic programs, student events, curriculum, and departments.