East Hall North wing construction, Rice Institute
The beginning stages of construction of the north wing of William M. Rice Institute’s Residential Hall. Shown are areas of cleared ground, with various work crews, some with mule teams, using rolling compactors. A water tower and a barracks-like building appears on the right-hand side, with other structures, some with scaffolding appear in the background. The shadow of the photographer, with camera and tripod, accompanied by another figure, can be seen in the immediate foreground. On the bottom right-hand corner appears "Residential Hall - Rice Institute, Houston, Texas. Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson. Archts. View, North Wing; No.4; Date 12/1/11; James Stewart & Co., Contractors". Original resource is a black and white photograph.
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