RIT event ticket stubs, 1936-1991.

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RIT event ticket stubs, 1936-1991.

RIT event ticket stubs, 1936-1991.

Ticket stubs for lectures, concerts, dances, and other events at RIT. Ticket stubs cover lectures, concerts, and dances at RIT. Events include: Veteran's Day concert and dance (1964), The Byrds (1970), Kenny Loggins (1979), The Police (1980), Jimmy Carter (1991), and Spike Lee (date unknown).

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Rochester Instute of Technology

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Police (Musical group)

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Loggins, Kenny

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Lee, Spike

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Byrds (Musical group)

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Rochester institute of technology

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It is unclear when the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) first admitted minority students. However, it appears as though the first African American students entered the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (renamed RIT in 1944) during the early 1900s. For instance, in 1906 Fredericka Sprague, the granddaughter of Frederick Douglass, took classes at the Institute. There are several other instances of African American students attending the school during the early 20th century as well...

Carter, Jimmy, 1924-

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