East Hall, South wing construction, Rice Institute
The construction of the south wing of William M. Rice Institute’s Residential Hall. The three-story-structure, along with its central tower, is covered in scaffolding, and a trio of construction workers can be seen atop the tower. Other construction workers can be seen at ground level, along with stacks of wood, concrete blocks, piles of bricks, a water-wheel, some sort of portable boiler with smokestack vent, as well as other machines. On the bottom right-hand corner appears "Residential Hall - Rice Institute, Houston, Texas. Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson. Archts. View, South Wing; No.31; Date 6/15/12; James Stewart & Co., Contractors". Original resource is a black and white photograph.
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