Original drawing of Three fates carving, Chemistry Lab, Rice University
This slide is a part of the "A Walking Tour of Rice University" slide presentation. The original glass plate negatives were given to James C. Morehead, Jr. by William Ward Watkin for use in Morehead's construction class. The glass slides generally show the construction of several buildings at Rice, including Lovett Hall, the physics building, the mechanical laboratory, power house, the chemistry building, and the football stadium.
Drawing of three seated figures representing the three Fates. One Fate is cutting a piece of rope. Another Fate is smoking a pipe. The other Fate is holding a spear. The Fate cutting the rope is slightly faded. The design was intended to be carved onto a column in Keck Hall at Rice Institute. Original resource is a black and white drawing.
Places; Architectural rendering--Texas--Houston; Fates (Mythology) in art; William M. Rice Institute. Keck Hall; Rice University--History
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