How to build a stadium in nine months [newsclipping]

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Title: How to build a stadium in nine months [newsclipping]
Author: Furneaux, John
Description: A two-page article from the Houston Chronicle Magazine that was published on Sunday, November 12, 1950. The headline is "How to Build a Stadium in Nine Months,” with the sub headline "Records Fell Steadily When Crews Swung Into Action on 70,000-Seat Houston Arena." The article was written by John Furneaux. The article describes the construction of the Rice Institute (later Rice University) football stadium in Houston, Texas, built by Brown & Root.
Subject: Football stadiums--Texas--Houston
Rice Stadium
Football stadiums--Design and construction
William M. Rice Institute--Football stadiums
Rice University--History
Citation: "How to build a stadium in nine months [newsclipping]," 1950. Rice University,
Date: 1950

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