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Greeting Cards: Jeannette Klute
Greeting Cards: Jeannette Klute
Greeting Cards: Jeannette Klute
Greeting Cards: Jeannette Klute

The focus of Jeannette Klute’s career at Eastman Kodak Company was on new discoveries in color photography, in particular, the Dye Transfer color process. These greeting cards feature four of her nature photographs. Set includes two each of four designs on matte paper, including envelopes. 

Klute's work is also featured in our book, Jeannette Klute: A Photographic Pioneer.


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Letterpress Stationery, RIT seal
Letterpress Stationery, RIT seal

These beautiful, simple stationery sets are printed by hand in limited runs at the Cary Collection, drawing from our historical collection of metal and wood type. Sheets are blank, with a color illustration at top. Colors may vary. 4 sheets with envelopes.


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Greeting Cards: Poker Woodcuts
Greeting Cards: Poker Woodcuts
Greeting Cards: Poker Woodcuts
Greeting Cards: Poker Woodcuts

Woodcut illustrations by Frank Holme, from "Poker Rubaiyat" by Kirke La Shelle, 1903. Held in the Melbert B. Cary, Jr. Graphic Arts Collection. Cards printed in color on front, blank inside. 8 cards, 2 each of 4 designs with envelopes.


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Letterpress Stationery, eye
Letterpress Stationery, eye

These beautiful, simple stationery sets are printed by hand in limited runs at the Cary Collection, drawing from our historical collection of metal and wood type. Sheets are blank, with a color illustration at top. Colors may vary. 4 sheets with envelopes.


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Letterpress Stationery, skull
Letterpress Stationery, skull

These beautiful, simple stationery sets are printed by hand in limited runs at the Cary Collection, drawing from our historical collection of metal and wood type. Sheets are blank, with a color illustration at top. Colors may vary. 4 sheets with envelopes.


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Greeting Cards: Schoen Place Big Shot

Continuing the annual night-time "painting with light" photography project, Schoen Place, Pittsford New York was chosen to be RIT's Big Shot No. 24. Schoen Place is located on the Erie Canal in Pittsford New York. Referred to by some as the Eighth Wonder of the World, the canal was completed in 1825 and links the waters of Lake Erie in the west to the Hudson River. When constructed it included 18 aqueducts to carry the canal over ravines and rivers, and 83 locks, with a rise of 568 feet from the Hudson River to Lake Erie.


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Letterpress Stationery, Daisy
Letterpress Stationery, Daisy

These beautiful, simple stationery sets are printed by hand in limited runs at the Cary Collection, drawing from our historical collection of metal and wood type. Sheets are blank, with a color illustration at top. Colors may vary. 4 sheets with envelopes.


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Letterpress Stationery, Thanks for Everything, Thanks for Nothing
Letterpress Stationery, Thanks for Everything, Thanks for Nothing
Letterpress Stationery, Thanks for Everything, Thanks for Nothing

These beautiful, simple stationery sets are printed by hand in limited runs at the Cary Collection, drawing from our historical collection of metal and wood type. Sheets are blank, with a color illustration at top. Colors may vary. 4 sheets with envelopes. Includes two "Thanks for Everything" and two "Thanks for Nothing."


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Greeting Cards: London in the 19th Century
Greeting Cards: London in the 19th Century
Greeting Cards: London in the 19th Century
Greeting Cards: London in the 19th Century

Images from Metropolitan Improvements: London in the Nineteenth Century

London: Jones & Co., 1827.

 

Original drawings by Mr. Thomas H. Shepard, engraved by W. Wallis.
Held in Melbert B. Cary, Jr. Graphic Arts Collection.

 

Cards printed with image on front, blank inside. 8 cards, 2 each of 4 designs with envelopes.

 


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Lester Beall Poster: Radio

In the 1930s, much of rural America lacked electricity, power, and running water. The Rural Electrification Administration hired graphic designer Lester Beall to create a series of posters illustrating the benefits of electrification. These posters are from the first of three series, created in 1937. The original posters are held in the Lester Beall Archive, at RIT Cary Graphic Arts Collection.


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