Students encounter an organ-grinder monkey on campus with man holding Times-Picayune box, Rice University
Two students observing an organ grinder and his costumed monkey perform in Rice University’s Academic Quad. The organ grinder is wearing a hat, a floridly designed shirt, with a Times-Picayune newspaper bag in front of the organ. He is holding a chain which is attached round the monkey’s neck. The monkey is wearing a striped outfit and a small cap with a chin-strap. The students are wearing white dresses, one in a sweater and one in a coat and kerchief, holding their books and purses in their arms. Anderson Hall is visible in the background, along with hedges and cypress trees. Original resource is a black and white photograph.
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