Ray Watkin Hoagland and Pender Turnbull
Ray Watkin Hoagland Strange and Euphemia Pender Turnbull sitting at a table in the archives at Fondren Library, Rice University. Strange is using a typewriter and Turnbull is writing. There are bookshelves in the background and the table is covered with large photographs and drawings, along with a large figurine of an owl. Original resource is a black and white photograph.
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. 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.
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