"Rice Institute campus, granite base course, North wing, Administration Building." (1911) Rice University: https://hdl.handle.net/1911/78504.
The laying of the foundation for the Administration Building's north wing, William M. Rice Institute. Slabs of concrete are lying in position, with a wooden walkway running alongside. A workman’s shadow can be seen on the ground in the left-hand side foreground. Scaffolding for additional construction sites can be seen in the distance, along with a temporary building and a grove of trees. Original resource is a black and white photographic negative.
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William M. Rice Institute. Administration Building
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Rice Institute campus, granite base course, North wing, Administration Building
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William Ward Watkin papers, MS 352, Box 10, Envelope 1_43, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University