Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
Collection of a scrapbook of bookplates printed by A. Colish Inc. (1908–circa 1980). Several loose materials include original drawings by Rockwell Kent that were then printed as bookplates by the Colish firm.
The B. Thomas Golisano collection contains correspondence, photographs, clippings, and ephemera related to Mr. Golisano's business, Paychex, his family and personal life, and his philanthropy and community service. In addition to materials generated by Golisano, the collection also contains newspaper clippings and printed materials from institutions he interacted with both personally and through his B. Thomas Golisano Foundation.
This collection contains an expense book, a scrapbook, a compilation of employee magazines and numerous clippings related to the history of Bausch and Lomb and especially to the celebration of the company’s 75th anniversary.
Scrapbook of printing samples by "Beresford, Printer," dating from ca. 1869 to 1875. This printing firm was active in Washington, D.C.
Materials related to Bertha E. Butts, dressmaking student in the Department of Household Arts and Science at the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute in 1904. The collection includes a sewing sample scrapbook and dress made for class.
Scrapbook documenting the 1977 gift of the Carroll B. Neblette Memorial Library fund and the 50th anniversary of the publication of Mr. Neblette's book, Photography, Its Materials and Processes.
The Ceil Thayer Smith collection consists of sketches, drawings, scrapbooks, and correspondence created by the New York based graphic designer. She worked primarily in women's fashion advertisement during the 1920s thru 1940s.
Collection consists of a Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (RAMI) Household Science student scrapbook for First Grade Sewing class. Scrapbook contains a sample of fabric on each page with different types of stitching. Also includes photograph and clippings.
Scrapbooks related to Clifford M. Ulp and the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (renamed the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1944). Ulp served as a faculty member and then the director of the Institute's art and design program from 1921 to 1952. The scrapbooks contain clippings and various pieces of ephemera such as event programs and invitations.
Six bound volumes containing prospectuses, advertisements, letterhead, announcements, printed type specimens, pamphlets, circular letters, price lists, press clippings, off-prints, photographs, and some correspondence, documenting the first decade of the firm Continental Typefounders Association.