Sharon Palmer dissecting in biology lab, Rice Institute
William M. Rice Institute freshmen Sharon Palmer, during a biology laboratory dissection session. She is wearing the traditional freshman “slime” beanie and is holding a pair of tweezers, looking down into a metal tray. Two adjustable desk lamps are on the table in front of her, as well as the gas fixture. Another student is partially visible behind her. Original resource is a black and white photograph.
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