Rice Institute freshman Max Hollyman treated with oil
This photo was given by Rice Institute alumnus James Casten, class of 1942.
William M. Rice Institute student Max Hollyman, bent at the waist and rubbing his bare calves with some kind of oil. He is out of doors, with other people partially visible in the background. Hollyman is wearing a pair of white pants and a belt, and is shirtless, his torso and face covered in painted designs. Written on the back of the photograph: "Slime treated with croncase [i.e. crankcase] oil, Max Hollyman 1938, From James W. Casten '42, wrc04405." Original resource is a black and white photograph.
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