Pender Turnbull, Rice University
Pender Turnbull received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Rice Institute in 1919. After graduation she accepted a summer job at the Institute and became a permanent member of the library staff that fall, remaining on campus for the next fifty years and worked as Bibliographer and Curator of the Rare Book Room, Fondren Library. She is photographed in front of Sewall Hall.
Portrait of Miss Euphemia Pender Turnbull on campus, photographed outside of Sewall Hall, with Lovett Hall and the entrance to the Sallyport visible on the right hand side of the image and Herzstein Hall visible in the background. Miss Turnbull is wearing a dark blazer, with a broach on her left lapel. Original resource is a color photograph.
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