A drawing of a stone disc with a triangular in the middle of it. The disc is carved over the cloister arches of Keck Hall at Rice Institute. On the drawing, "Put these Designs in Other 3 Disc Similar to One Below", "F.S. - Detail of Stone Disc Over Cloister Arches, Cram and Ferguson, Wm Ward Watkin, Associate Architects", "Sheet #43" are written. It is on the same sheet as wrc01575. Original resource is a drawing in pencil on tracing paper.
"Full size rubbing detail of stone disc over cloister arches of the Chemistry Laboratory, Rice University." (1912 and 1950) Rice University: http://hdl.handle.net/1911/70973.
This rubbing is part of a series that showcases architectural elements.
Places; Architectural rendering--Texas--Houston; William M. Rice Institute. Keck Hall; Rice University--History
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