Rice Institute Engineering Show demonstration of turning a crankshaft
Black and white photograph looking down on a demonstration of a crankshaft during an engineering show. A technician wearing a tie, with shirt sleeves rolled up is operating the machine in the center of the photograph, while another man works on one behind him. The demonstration is being observed by a crowd of spectators, the backs of whose heads can be seen in the foreground, some wearing hats. A sign on the table provides information on the machine and identifies it as display number 13.
Events; William M. Rice Institute; Engineering--Exhibitions--Texas--Houston; Cranks and crankshafts; Rice University--History
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