Rice Institute General Plan by architects Cram Goodhue and Ferguson, hand colored
A hand-drawn and color-coded map of the William M. Rice Institute, identified as a ‘General Plan’. The plan was drawn and signed by ‘W.W.W.’ (William Ward Watkin) on March 16, 1910, for use by the architectural firm Cram, Goodhue and Ferguson. The plan shows a variety of buildings, both individual and complex, indicating such structures as ‘Library’, ‘Auditorium’, ‘Academic Group’, ‘Dormitory Quad’, ‘Administration’, ‘Science Group’, ‘Engineering Schools’, ‘Graduate Group’, ‘Stadium’, and others. Also noted are projected sites for a museum, a law school, an observatory, and Persian gardens. Original resource is a color plan.
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Citable link to this pagehttps://hdl.handle.net/1911/75071
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