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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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Greeting Cards: RIT Big Shot photos
Greeting Cards: RIT Big Shot photos
Greeting Cards: RIT Big Shot photos
Greeting Cards: RIT Big Shot photos
Greeting Cards: RIT Big Shot photos
Greeting Cards: RIT Big Shot photos
Greeting Cards: RIT Big Shot photos
Greeting Cards: RIT Big Shot photos

Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the RIT Big Shot, this card set features 8 of the 23 photographs taken in the series. The Big Shot Story At the end of the 1986-87 school year, Professors William DuBois and Michael Peres were analyzing the ups and downs of the recently completed academic year. In discussing new ways to teach electronic flash photography and problem-solving to the second-year Biomedical Photography students, it was decided that an extracurricular "painting with light" project should be tried.


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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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Flower Power Poster

Taken from the book of Bernie Boston's photography. This poster was taken by him at an anti-war march at the Pentagon, on October 9th, 1967, and is titled "Flower Power". 20 x 30 inches. 


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Greeting Cards: Campus 50th Anniversary
Greeting Cards: Campus 50th Anniversary
Greeting Cards: Campus 50th Anniversary
Greeting Cards: Campus 50th Anniversary

In 2018, RIT celebrates 50 years at its modern campus in the town of Henrietta, NY. Under the leadership of Mark Ellingson, who served as RIT president for 33 years (1936 to 1969), RIT moved from downtown Rochester to the newly-built Henrietta campus in 1968. The university is celebrating this milestone with yearlong activities from July 2018 to June 2019. 


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Bernie Boston book and poster set

As staff photographer and later White House news photographer, Bernie Boston chronicled the civil dissension and strife of the 1960s, prompted by the Civil Rights and anti-Vietnam war movements; the hermetic, inner sanctum of the White House and its Presidential residents; and history-making newsmakers, scandals, conflicts, and triumphs.


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Greeting Cards: Snowflake Photomicrographs by Professor Michael Peres
Greeting Cards: Snowflake Photomicrographs by Professor Michael Peres
Greeting Cards: Snowflake Photomicrographs by Professor Michael Peres
Greeting Cards: Snowflake Photomicrographs by Professor Michael Peres

These greeting cards feature snowflake photomicrographs by Professor Michael Peres.

Cards are blank inside. This set includes 8 cards (2 each of 4 designs) with envelopes.

 

For more information on Professor Peres' snowflake photography process, please visit his website or read the article in University Magazine (page 14-15).


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Greeting Cards: Greenland
Greeting Cards: Greenland
Greeting Cards: Greenland
Greeting Cards: Greenland

This greeting card set features photographs from North by Nuuk: Greenland After Rockwell Kent, by Denis Defibaugh.

North by Nuuk is an intimate, contemporary look at the people and the social and primal geographic landscapes of Greenland. Photographer Denis Defibaugh presents his journey from Nuuk to the settlement of Illorsuit, 300 miles north of the Arctic Circle, following Rockwell Kent’s earlier footsteps and offering a fresh look at timeless Greenland.


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Owen Butler “ob” exhibition poster

Produced for the exhibition "The Work of Owen Butler" at the Cary Graphic Arts Collection

RIT Professor Emeritus Owen Butler is an acclaimed photographer who has been creating art for nearly seven decades. His work has been exhibited at venues such as the George Eastman House, Museum of Modern Art NYC, The Pratt Institute, and the Museum of Image and Sound in Brazil. For over forty years, Butler taught at RIT's School of Photographic Arts and Sciences, where he was much admired.


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