Dr. William A. Camfield, Art History, Rice University
Dr. William A. Camfield taught art history from 1969 to 2002 and started the internship course that sends Rice students to the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston each year.
Dr. William A. Camfield, professor of art history in Rice University's Fine Arts Department. Camfield, wearing a dark suit, white shirt, and dark tie, is speaking from behind a podium bearing the University’s academic seal, at a dinner event. On the right side of the image a number of attendees can be seen, listening to his speech, with cups and wine glasses on the table in front of them. The photographer’s notes appear on the lower margin of the image. Original resource is a black and white 35 mm slide.
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