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Alumni Reunion group posed outside a building on Rice Institute campus
(Rice University, 1919)
Slime Parade outside Rice Hotel, downtown Houston
(Rice University, 1936)
"Slimes" were freshmen.
May Fite finale, Rice Institute
(Rice University, 1933)
May "Fite" was an event staged by male students at Rice Institute, in contrast to the women's May Fete events, held annually from 1921 until World War II.
Leather football helmet and bucket, Rice Institute
(Rice University, 1930)
Dr. Julian Huxley, founder of the Biology Department, Rice Institute
(Rice University, 1914)
Huxley was an English evolutionary biologist.
Rice Night Variety Show at City Auditorium, Houston, Texas
(Rice University, 1928)
Tony Martino at Bonfire
(Rice University, 1946)
Rice gardener Salvatore "Tony" Martino participated in Rice football pep rallies up into the early 1950s, giving a short speech and building up the excitement.
Tea at Autry House
(Rice University, 1927)
Autry House was the first proper gathering place for Rice students. It was named for the late James Lockhart Autry and opened in September 1921. Palmer Memorial Church next door was originally dedicated as a student chapel ...
Archi-Arts participant Barry M. Moore, as the angel Lucifer, Rice Institute
(Rice University, 1961)
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. The Archi-Arts theme in 1961 was "Pandemonium".