Annie Ray Watkin in Granada, Spain
Ray Watkin Strange, William Ward Watkin's eldest child, graduated from Rice in 1936 and served Rice in many areas, working on university committees, permanently endowing the William Ward Watkin Traveling Scholarship in Architecture, and supporting the Rice University Archives named in honor of her parents.
Annie Ray Watkin in Granada, Spain. She is dressed in Moorish fashion, reclining on a sofa covered with a striped blanket, with a small table beside her with a metal teapot on it. She is holding a tray and a small glass, presumably Moorish tea. There are columns framing the sofa, with ottoman hassocks in the foreground, and a stylized painted background depicting a Moorish courtyard. The photograph is affixed to a cream-colored card, with a black frame and printed on the bottom left hand corner is ‘Emilio Ruiz, Casa Linares’, and on the bottom right hand corner is printed ‘Granada, Alhambra, 64’. Original resource is black and white photograph.
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