Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Franklin Institute of Rochester collection
Documents related to the Franklin Institute in Rochester, N.Y. The Institute existed from 1826-1833 and was an early predecessor of the Rochester Institute of Technology. The collection includes newspaper excerpts and a membership list.
Herb Gray collection on Zeta Tau fraternity
The paper records of the Herb Gray collection on Zeta Tau fraternity contain pledging posters, membership materials, planning documents, organizational records, the constitution, invitations to anniversary banquets, memos and correspondence. Also included are a Zeta Tau drinking mug.
The handmade composite of members of the RIT Zeta Tau fraternity in 1969 contains oval shaped photographs of each of the 24 identified members cut and pasted to a poster board.
Institute Committee on Projects Relating to Productivity records
This collection includes various records, correspondence and grant proposals related to RIT’s Institute Committee on Projects Relating to Productivity during the 1980's.
Lilac Rainbow Alliance of the Deaf records
Lilac Rainbow Alliance of the Deaf (LRAD) records contain newsletters, meeting minutes, correspondence detailing the activities of LRAD between 1991-1999. A 2010 brochure has been added to the collection.
Nathaniel Rochester Society records and photographs
Records of the Rochester Institute of Technology's Nathaniel Rochester Society (NRS). The NRS was formed in 1967 as a way to recognize the university's top financial contributors each year. The collection includes correspondence, membership lists, programs, invitations, newsletters, meeting minutes, photographs, and various pieces of memorabilia.
NJ - NY PC Deaf Connection records
The collection contains a history of NJ-NY (New Jersey New York) Phone - TTY (Teletypewriter) Inc., its by-laws, various letters requesting donations, and meeting minutes for the organization.
Women's Council of RIT records
Records of the Women's Council of RIT founded in 1955 for women who were interested in helping to serve the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) community by acting as "ambassadors" for the school. The collection includes meeting minutes, correspondence, member rosters, meeting notes, financial records, photographs, ephemera, clippings, and other administrative documents.