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1960 Fall

1 book from Fall 1960 containing fabric swatches, color, silhouettes, trends, and shoes for girls and boyswear

Beryl Tucker Young Trends Inc.

1960 Spring

1 book from Spring 1960 containing fabric swatches, color, silhouettes, trends, and shoes for girls and boyswear

Beryl Tucker Young Trends Inc.

Colour book

1 binder from Summer 1998 containing themes and color combinations.

Zes Studio

Accessories

1 binder from Summer 2003 containing cloth color samples, swatches, themes, and color and fabric for accessories.

Zes Studio

Barry Karp interview, 1994 October 12

Psychology professor Barry Karp began at FIT in 1968 and was tenured in 1971. Shortly thereafter he became active in the FIT union. Around 1986 he became administrator of the Welfare Fund. Karp discusses changes in the department’s coursework and the introduction of classes such as the Psychology of Color. He talks about changes in the student body over his time at FIT and states that FIT has more non-traditional students than at its inception; many students are coming back to school instead of coming straight from high school and the college has gained international appeal. Karp remembers the familial atmosphere of FIT in the 1970s and shares a yearbook from 1969. He mentions FIT’s growing global perspective, and talks about the appeal of their art-oriented Saturday classes for high school students. Finally, Karp discusses his daughter’s time at FIT and how it has led to a successful career in packaging design.

Karp, Barry

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