Smoking room in Chemistry Building, Rice Institute
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The smoking room in William M. Rice Institute’s Chemistry Building, showing a long narrow room, with a single pillar, a curved ceiling, bare walls, and two windows, an arched and unpaned one, set in the near wall, and a smaller one set high in the back wall. There are two tables with chairs, and open books can be seen on one of the tables. An overhead lamp is suspended above the nearest table, with a ceiling rack above the other. No ashtrays are in evidence. Original resource is a black and white photograph.
The smoking room in the Chemistry Building located beneath the Lecture Hall is now Valhalla, the graduate student pub.
Places; Rice University--History; William M. Rice Institute--History; William M. Rice Institute. Chemistry Building; Smoking--Texas--Houston
Citable link to this pagehttps://hdl.handle.net/1911/79679
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