East Hall, South wing, Rice Institute
A view of the south wing of William M. Rice Institute’s newly-completed Residential Hall. The three-story structure, with four-story tower is painted white, with portions of the ground level done in darker-colored brick. A covered walkway of arches can be seen leading to the building on the left-hand side. A man can be seen standing on one of the 2nd-story balconies. Construction material litters the ground outside the building. On the bottom right-hand corner appears “Residential Hall – Rice Institute, Houston, Texas. Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson – Archts. [V]iew, South Wing, [N]o. 46, Date Oct 1, 1912, [J]ames Stewart & Co., Contractors”. Original resource is a black and white photograph.
Places; Rice University--History; William M. Rice Institute--History; William M. Rice Institute. East Hall; William M. Rice Institute--Buildings--Design and construction; More... Dormitories--Texas--Houston; Cram, Goodhue, and Ferguson; James Stewart & Co.; Arches--Texas--Houston; Balconies--Texas--Houston Less...
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