A postcard showing a watercolor of the William M. Rice Institute's Residential Hall for Men. The South Hall is on left and the mess hall is on right, joined by a covered walkway with arches. The separate buildings are white in color, with red roofs and some red brickwork patterning. In the foreground of the image is a wide lawn, bisected by what appears to be a gravel path. Printed along the upper edge is "3511" and "Residential Hall for Men, Rice Institute, Houston, Texas." Original resource is a color postcard.
"Residential Hall for Men, Rice Institute, colorized postcard." (1912) Rice University: http://hdl.handle.net/1911/71616.
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