Janice and Robert McNair Hall, Rice University
An exterior view of the Janice and Robert McNair Hall, as seen from across the quadrangle, with a multi-plumed fountain in the foreground. The McNair Hall is the home to the Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Administration. The image shows the two-story façade, with the smaller structure on the roof, with balconies, columns, and cloisters. Also shown are the arched entryway, flanked by the metal sculptures depicting a bear and a bull and the stairs leading up from the quad, along with the entry ramps on left and right. Original resource is a color photograph.
Places; Rice University--History; Rice University. Janice and Robert McNair Hall; Rice University--Buildings; Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Administration; More... Fountains--Texas--Houston; Plazas--Texas--Houston; Balconies--Texas--Houston; Cloisters (Architecture)--Texas--Houston; Arches--Texas--Houston; Bears in art; Bulls in art Less...
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