Dr. Richard Smith, Dr. Allen Matusow, and Dr. John Boles, Rice University
Rice professors Drs. Richard Smith, John Boles, and Allen Matusow pose with their recent publications.
Drs. Richard Smith, John Boles, and Allen Matusow, professors in Rice University’s Department of History, standing together and humorously exhibiting each other’s most recent publications. On the left hand side of the image, Smith, wearing a checked jacket and dark tie, is turned to face the others, holding up a copy of Matusow’s “The Unraveling of America : a history of liberalism in the 1960s”, while Boles, in the center, in a light-colored jacket and striped tie, holds up a copy of Smith’s “China’s cultural heritage : the Ch’ing dynasty, 1644-1912”, and Matusow, on the right hand side, wearing a light-colored jacket, and dark-striped tie, holds up a copy of Boles’ “Black Southerners, 1619-1869”. A periodical shelf is visible behind Smith, with a darkened room in the background. Original resource is a black and white photograph.
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