Chemistry Building architectural drawing, exterior elevations, Office of Cram and Ferguson, William Ward Watkin architect
An architectural drawing of the William M. Rice Institute Chemistry Building, here called the ‘Chemistry Laboratory Building’. The drawing details the appearance of the southern and western facades, and includes additional details regarding the stone vents and the bay windows. At the bottom right hand corner are listed the name of the architectural firm Cram and Ferguson, of Boston, and William Ward Watkin, of Houston. Original resource is an architectural drawing.
Places; Rice University--History; William M. Rice Institute--History; William M. Rice Institute. Chemistry Building; Architectural drawing--Texas--Houston; More... Cram and Ferguson; Watkin, William Ward, 1886-1952; Watkin, William Ward, 1886-1952--Faculty; William M. Rice Institute--Buildings--Designs and plans; College buildings--Texas--Houston Less...
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