Dr. John A.S. Adams with students, Rice Institute
Dr. John A.S. Adams, professor of geology and earth science at the William M. Rice Institute. Adams is standing on the far side of a complex molecular model set on a desk, examining it along with two students. Dr. Adams is wearing a dark suit and tie, and has a pipe in his mouth. Original resource is a black and white photograph.
Dr. John A.S. Adams taught Geology/Earth Science at Rice from 1954-1984. He chaired the department, 1960-1971.
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