Construction of cloister wall from south end of Administration building, Rice Institute
The preparation site for the beginning of construction on the cloister walls of the William M. Rice Institute’s Administration Building. Foundation stones are in place, with a large number of pallets of bricks and other building materials resting on them. Cranes with stretched cables can be seen along one side of the area, and construction workers and officials can be seen scattered throughout. Original resource is a black and white photographic negative.
Places; Rice University--History; Construction workers--Texas--Houston; Construction projects--Texas--Houston; William M. Rice Institute--History; More... William M. Rice Institute--Buildings--Design and construction; William M. Rice Institute. Administration Building; Cloisters (Architecture)--Texas--Houston; College buildings--Design and construction--Texas--Houston; College buildings--Texas--Houston; Cranes, derricks, etc.--Texas--Houston; Bricks--Texas--Houston Less...
Citable link to this pagehttp://hdl.handle.net/1911/78510
MetadataShow full item record
- Places