Sketch of Lovett Hall Sallyport, Rice Institute

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Title: Sketch of Lovett Hall Sallyport, Rice Institute
Abstract: Lovett Hall was originally known as the Administration Building. It was named for the first president of Rice, Dr. Edgar Odell Lovett.
Description: Black and white hand-drawn sketch of the Sallyport East Façade of the Rice Institute's Administration Building. At the bottom of the drawing is written: "The Sallyport - East Facade."
Subject: William M. Rice Institute--History
Architectural drawing--Texas--Houston
College buildings--Designs and plans--Texas--Houston
Rice University--History
Citation: "Sketch of Lovett Hall Sallyport, Rice Institute," 1920. Rice University,
Date: 1920

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