Dr. John A.S. Adams, Geology, Rice Institute
Dr. John A.S. Adams taught Geology/Earth Science at Rice from 1954-1984. He chaired the department, 1960-1971.
Dr. John A.S. Adams, professor of geology and earth science at the William M. Rice Institute. Adams is standing beside a decade-scaler monitor, looking at the measurement meters while making notes in an open book. He is in his shirt sleeves, with a light-colored patterned tie, with a pipe held in his mouth. On the far side of the decade-scaler is a large tank of argon gas. Original resource is a black and white photograph.
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