|Name||James E. Booth Hall|
An academic building that houses classrooms and department offices for the College of Imaging Arts and Science. Additionally, Booth hosts the Bevier Gallery, the premier gallery space for RIT fine arts students. Booth is also the home of Webb Auditorium, a 300-seat venue used for speakers series, award ceremonies and other campus events. James Booth was president of the Monroe Savings Bank and an Institute trustee from 1889-1903. A major bequest in the will of his son, Irving Booth, was designated for a Fine Arts building.
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