A postcard showing a watercolor of the façade of the William M. Rice Institute’s Administration Building. The image shows a large intricate flowerbed in the center of the circular drive in front of the building, with two couples promenading nearby, along with an automobile. In the distance, through the Sallyport, greenery can be seen. Printed along the upper edge is “5396. Administration Building, Rice Institute, Houston, Texas." Original resource is a color postcard.
"Administration Building, Rice Institute, colorized postcard." (1912) Rice University: http://hdl.handle.net/1911/71615.
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