Eastman (George) Statue Papers

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George Eastman Statue Papers
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Call Number: UA14
Dates: 2009 [bulk], 2011
Physical Description: 0.19 Cubic feet
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: University of Rochester Archives

Table of Contents:

Scope and Content
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Access
Use
Citation
Separated Materials
Content List
Promotions (advertisements)
Collection Overview
Title: George Eastman Statue Papers
Call Number: UA14
Dates: 2009 [bulk], 2011
Physical Description: 0.19 Cubic feet
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: University of Rochester Archives

Scope and Content
The George Eastman Statue Papers contain materials which document the publicity leading up to the dedication of the George Eastman Statue on the Eastman Quadrangle on October 10, 2009. Also included are some materials from the dedication and post-dedication feedback and articles.

Immediate Source of Acquisition
A binder of materials relating to the promotion and dedication of the George Eastman Statue on the Eastman Quadrangle on October 10, 2009 was transferred by the University of Rochester's Office of Advancement. Materials were rehoused into folders for preservation purposes.Access
For access to this collection, please contact the University of Rochester Archives (archives@library.rochester.edu) at least two business days prior to your planned visit.

Please note: Some materials may be restricted or require permission for use.

Use
To request reproductions or permission to publish materials from the collection, please contact the University of Rochester Archives (archives@library.rochester.edu). Researchers may be responsible for determining any copyright questions.



Citation
[Item title, item date], George Eastman Statue Papers, UA14, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of RochesterSeparated Materials
A long-sleeved t-shirt with the "Thanks George" logo was removed and rehoused with the Archives Museum Objects Collection (object #662).


Administrative Information
Author: Finding aid prepared by University Archives staff
Publisher: University of Rochester Archives
Address: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation
River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester
500 Joseph C. Wilson Blvd.
Rochester, New York 14627-0055
archives@library.rochester.edu

Finding aid publication date: April 27, 2019
Content List
Promotions (advertisements)
Box 1, Folder 1Marketing and outreach project description
Box 1, Folder 2Budget for "Who's George" campaign and dedication event, 2009
Box 1, Folder 3Flyers, 2009
Flyers were placed on approved ares in student dorms, dining areas, Wilson Commons, and academic buildings

Box 1, Folder 4Stencil, 2009
A 2' x 3' stencil of the "Who's George" logo was chalked on sidewalks of the River Campus by Student Alumni Ambassadors.

Box 1, Folder 5Campus Times advertisements
Advertisements were placed in the Campus Times newspaper

Box 1, Folder 6WRUR Public Service Announcements
Box 1, Folder 7Common Connection plasma screen promotions
Box 1, Folder 8Cinema Group promotional slides
Box 1, Folder 9Napkin dispenser promotional insert
Inserts were created for dining hall napkin dispensers. The first ad was created in conjunction with the availability of lemon meringue pie in the dining halls.

Box 1, Folder 10Facebook event
Box 1, Folder 11Banner
A banner was created with the "Who's George" logo and date of the statue dedication. It was displayed outside Todd Union, and within Wilson Commons.

Box 1, Folder 12T-Shirts
Box 1, Folder 13Stickers and pins
Box 1, Folder 14Emails
Box 1, Folder 15Student responses: Campus Times articles
Box 1, Folder 16Student emails
Box 1, Folder 17Event programs and brochures
Box 1, Folder 18Articles in Rochester Review alumni magazine


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