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Architectural carved tablet dedicated to sciences, on side of Sallyport arch, Lovett Hall, Rice University

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Title: Architectural carved tablet dedicated to sciences, on side of Sallyport arch, Lovett Hall, Rice University
Abstract: Print made from original glass plate negative number 38.
Description: Black and white photograph of Lovett Hall's Architectural carved tablet of a woman with the following quote from Aristotle carved above it - "If we properly observe celestial phenomena we may demonstrate the laws which regulate them." The tablet was dedicated to the sciences and is located on one side of the Sallyport arch.
Subject: Rice University -- History
William M. Rice Institute. Lovett Hall
Friezes -- Texas -- Houston
Science in art
Aristotle -- Quotations
Citation: "Architectural carved tablet dedicated to sciences, on side of Sallyport arch, Lovett Hall, Rice University," 1912. Rice University, http://hdl.handle.net/1911/64492.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1911/64492
Date: 1912

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