E. W. Gruendler house, Houston, Texas
Black and white photograph of the E. W. Gruendler house. William Ward Watkin was the supervising architect for the construction of the Rice Institute, and he founded the Department of Architecture for the Institute. He had a distinguished career as an architect in private practice as well, and his papers include materials on his family life, private practice, and his work at Rice.
Black and white photograph of the E. W. Gruendler house.
Related Work(s)This image is found in the "Brochure of the work of Wm Ward Watkin, Architect" (wrc01281).
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