Physics Building exterior, Rice Institute
The Physics Building and Academic Quad of the William M. Rice Institute, showing the building with its turrets, arches, and covered walkways, with the power plant’s tower visible in the distance. The center and foreground show cypress trees, landscaped hedges, lampposts with a large area of what appears to be sandy soil near the (not visible) Administration Building. The photograph was taken by Erwin Baer. Original resource is a sepia photograph.
The Physics Building was later renamed Herzstein Hall.
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