Administration Building exterior view of eastern façade, with potted topiary trees, Rice Institute
A view of the William M. Rice Institute’s Administration Building from a front and side angle, showing the arched windows, balconies, and a portion of the inner cloisters. A dozen or so small potted trees can be seen, spaced at intervals in preparation for planting. A worker, wearing a white shirt, dark pants, and dark hat, and holding a rake, is standing on the side of the building. A portion of the South Hall is visible in the distance. Original resource is a black and white photograph.
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