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Lecture "Architectural Traditions Appearing in the Earlier Buildings of the Rice Institute"

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Title: Lecture "Architectural Traditions Appearing in the Earlier Buildings of the Rice Institute"
Author: Watkin, William Ward, 1886-1952
Abstract: Architect William Ward Watkin (1886-1952) served as the first Supervising Architect for Rice Institute, overseeing the construction of the first campus buildings. Watkin also taught in Rice's Architecture Dept. and designed many Houston buildings such as the original Museum of Fine Arts, Houston building, the original downtown Houston Public Library building (now known as the Julia Ideson Building), and many notable residences. His daughter Ray Watkin Strange is a philanthropist and generous donor to Rice University.
Description: Architectural Traditions Appearing in the Earlier Buildings of the Rice Institute, typescript of a lecture
Citation: (1950). "Lecture "Architectural Traditions Appearing in the Earlier Buildings of the Rice Institute"."
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1911/37109
Date: 1950-01-01

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