RIT Henrietta Campus buildings
What's in a Name records
Collection — Box-Folder: 1-2
Scope and Contents
The RIT Henrietta Campus-What's in a Name records contain the research done about who the RIT buildings and streets were named after.Prominent individuals who were involved in the development of the Institute were memorialized by giving a building their name to forever honor them. There are also various brochures, clippings and articles that were used in the research process.
- circa 1964-1999
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open to researchers.
Biographical / Historical
Former RIT Archivist, Gladys Taylor researched and wrote about the named individuals on various buildings and roads on the RIT Henrietta Campus. In a detailed history she outlined the backgrounds and the stories of the many people who helped form the Institute who are now honored with their names on the many structures that comprise the RIT campus. Not only can these detailed and well researched histories be found in the archives, there is also a website now that provides the information as well at http://library.rit.edu/collections/online-exhibits/whats-in-a-name.html.
1.5 Linear Feet (1 box containing 2 folders )
The collection contains information about the names of buildings and streets on RIT’s Henrietta Campus. There is also information from original sources with background on the individuals.
This collection is organized chronologically within two folders. The collection is housed in a document box with another collection. (RITArc.0452)
C.S. North, Shelf 315
Finding aid created by Emily Sinicropi in January 2013.
- Campus planning -- New York (State) -- Rochester
- Clippings (information artifacts)
- College buildings -- New York (State) -- Rochester
- Rochester Institute of Technology -- Buildings
- Universities and colleges -- New York (State) -- Rochester -- History
- University sites -- New York (State) -- Rochester
- RIT Henrietta Campus "What's in a Name" records
- RIT Archives
- Emily Sinicropi
- 18 January 2013
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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- Code for undetermined script
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