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Archi-Arts ball ticket Baile Espanol, Rice Institute
(Rice University, 1922)
Archi-Arts was an annual event hosted by the Rice Architectural Society, starting in 1922, serving as a party and a fundraiser for student travel.
Chancellor David Starr Jordan of Stanford delivers first Commencement address, Rice University
(Rice University, 1916-06-12)
Speech delivered at the Commencement ceremonies for the second graduating class, Rice Institute
(Rice University, 1917-06-11)
Letter from William Marsh Rice, Jr. to his uncle, Jonas Shearn Rice
(Rice University, 1902-11-23)
Correspondence from William Marsh Rice, Jr to his uncle Jonas Shearn Rice. William Marsh Rice, Jr was nephew of the founder of Rice Institute, William Marsh Rice and member of the first Board of Trustees.
Joel Cyprus wiring a rack in the Control section of the R1 computer, Rice University
(Rice University, 1959)
In 1956, three Rice University faculty members, Zevi Salsburg, John Kilpatrick, and Larry Biedenharn, brought supercomputing to the school for the first time in the form of the R1 computer. While it wasn’t the first computer ...
OWL satellite diagram of use of two OWLS for diurnal (day/night) studies
(Rice University, 1960)
Pershing Day collage page, Rice Institute
(Rice University, 1920-02-05)
Houston Post Archi-Arts Ball article
(Rice University, 1948)
Attendants at the Luncheon Given by Mayor Horace Rice for the Trustees, Faculty, and guests of Rice Institute
(Rice University, 1912-10-10)
To celebrate the opening of the Rice Institute, Mayor Horace Rice held a luncheon at Houston's City Auditorium to welcome Trustees, Faculty, and guests of the Rice Institute.
John F. Kennedy Speaking at Rice Stadium
(Rice University, 1962)