United States presidents.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
The Frederick Wiedman Jr. Collection of Presidential papers is a fascinating group of documents each signed by one of our 39 United States Presidents. The collection provides a glimpse into the lives of the individuals who have held the most important office in the nation.
The collection was assembled by Frederick Wiedman Jr, a long-time Rochester attorney and supporter of RIT.
One of the fountain pens used by President Lyndon B. Johnson on June 8, 1965 to sign Public Law 89-36, the National Technical Institute for the Deaf Act.
Additional signatures related to the Frederick Wiedman Jr. collection of Presidential papers. The collection contains a booklet signed by Bill Clinton, and letters addressed to RIT signed by Barack Obama and George W. Bush.