Review of Science and the Arts event, men working with small flame, Rice Institute
DateApril 14-15, 1950
Three men, possibly William M. Rice Institute students, in a scientific laboratory. One man is seated, holding a pair of needle-nose pliers and working with a controlled flame while the other two stand looking on. Tubes and vessels and other scientific equipment can be seen on the work counters in the background. This photograph was taken during the 12th biennial Review of Science and the Arts held at the William M. Rice Institute on April 14-15, 1950. Original resource is a black and white photograph.
Events; Rice University--History; William M. Rice Institute--History; Review of the Science and Arts (biennial event); William M. Rice Institute--Students; More... Exhibitions--Texas--Houston; Scientific apparatus and instruments--Texas--Houston; Pliers--Texas--Houston; Flame; Laboratories--Texas--Houston Less...
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