The East Hall of William M. Rice Institute, a complex of buildings which served as a dormitory, later renamed Baker College, showing the sidewalk leading up to a stand of bushes and small trees, with beyond, the multi-leveled structures of the building itself. A covered walkway leads from the central four-storied section, and the inner courtyard can be made out between the arches. "Schleuter Houston" is written on the bottom left-hand corner. Original resource is a black and white photograph.
Schleuter, Frank J. (photographer). "Baker College (East Hall) exterior, Rice Institute." (1925) Rice University: http://hdl.handle.net/1911/79001.
Baker College (East Hall) was built in 1911.
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