Hanszen College, construction of new addition, exterior view, Rice University
The original Hanszen College building was built in 1916 as "West Hall". When residential colleges were established in 1957, it was named for Harry Clay Hanszen, member and chairman of the Rice Board of Governors (1946-1950). Forms part of the original ("old") Hanszen building.
Black and white photograph of the construction of a new addition to Hanszen College, taken from an exterior view.
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