Dr. Clyde Chew Glascock, Modern Languages, Rice Institute
Dr. Clyde Chew Glascock, assistant professor of modern languages at the William M. Rice Institute. Glascock is wearing a dark three-piece suit, holding his hat in his hands, standing on the lawn, with a column immediately behind him. In the background can be seen a portion of the cloisters and the steps leading into a campus building, possibly the Physics Building. Original resource is a black and white photograph.
Dr. Clyde Chew Glascock was the Assistant Professor of Modern Languages at Rice Institute from 1914-1923.
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