Drawing of the façade of a Rice Institute dormitory. This was later known as Baker College. There is an engineering legend at the top of the drawing and "Dormitory No. 2., Rice Institute, Houston Texas, Cram and Ferguson, Boston, Architects-Mass." is right above the legend. "Typical Cloister Bay, South Elevation" is at the bottom of the drawing. Number 10 is written at the bottom corner of the drawing. Original resource is an architectural engineering drawing.
"Typical cloister bay facing south - Baker College (East Hall) architectural drawing, Rice Institute." (1911) Rice University: http://hdl.handle.net/1911/71567.
This drawing is part of a series by Cram, Goodhue, and Ferguson of Baker College.
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