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    • Alice Dean portrait 

      (1927)
    • Anne Wheeler, Walter Malloy, and Pender Turnbull, Rice Institute 

      (1930)
      All three pictured were employees of the Rice Institute. Ann Wheeler worked in President E.O. Lovett's office, while Pender Turnbull worked in the library. Walter Malloy might have also been a librarian.
    • Gertrude Bray and Alice Dean of Rice Institute, wading at Galveston 

      (1939-03)
      Alice Dean was a member of the Institute’s first graduating class in 1916. She graduated with honors in mathematics and stayed to work on a masters degree. She taught Math 100 for many years, although she had no formal academic appointment. By 1914 Miss Dean was serving as Rice's acting librarian and remained Acting Librarian until 1946, when she ...
    • Helen Chillman, Music Librarian, Rice University 

      (1950)
      Helen Chillman served as Music Librarian in Fondren Library in the 1950s.
    • Mary Branard, Head Librarian at the Jones Graduate School of Business, Rice University 

      (1984)
      Mary Branard was the head librarian of the Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business during the early to mid 1980s.
    • Pender Turnbull, Rice University 

      (1971-09-25)
      Pender Turnbull received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Rice Institute in 1919. After graduation she accepted a summer job at the Institute and became a permanent member of the library staff that fall, remaining on campus for the next fifty years and worked as Bibliographer and Curator of the Rare Book Room, Fondren Library. She is photographed in ...
    • Ray Watkin Hoagland and Pender Turnbull 

      (1969)
      Ray Watkin Strange, William Ward Watkin's eldest child, graduated from Rice in 1936 and served Rice in many areas, working on university committees, permanently endowing the William Ward Watkin Traveling Scholarship in Architecture, and supporting the Rice University Archives named in honor of her parents. Pender Turnbull received her Bachelor of ...
    • Sarah L. Lane, member of Rice Institute class of 1919 

      (1939)
      Sarah L. Lane was a member of the Rice Institute class of 1919. Beginning in 1920, Lane worked at Fondren Library, eventually serving as Librarian, and retiring in 1962. She also served as Dean of Women. The Sarah Lane Literary Society was established at the Rice Institute in 1947. She died in 1986.
    • Sarah Lane and Pender Turnbull at Dr. Craig Hardin, Jr.'s Retirement Party, Rice University 

      (1968-09-20)
      Dr. Craig Hardin, Jr. was the University Librarian from 1954-1968. Sarah Lane and Pender Turnbull were both Rice Institute graduates and long-time Fondren librarians.
    • Sarah Lane mending a book, Rice University 

      Miller, Maurice (1966-03)
      Sarah L. Lane was a member of the Rice Institute class of 1919. Beginning in 1920, Lane worked at Fondren Library, eventually serving as Librarian, and retiring in 1962. She also served as Dean of Women. The Sarah Lane Literary Society was established at the Rice Institute in 1947. She died in 1986.
    • Sarah Lane, Librarian, checking out books to students, Rice Institute 

      (1925)
      Sarah L. Lane was a member of the Rice Institute class of 1919. Beginning in 1920, Lane worked at Fondren Library, eventually serving as Librarian, and retiring in 1962. She also served as Dean of Women. The Sarah Lane Literary Society was established at the Rice Institute in 1947. She died in 1986.