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21. Rice University related

 Record Group
Identifier: 21

Found in 121 Collections and/or Records:

Raymond Brochstein Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 0258
Abstract

The collection consists of a variety of materials relating to Raymond Brochstein’s philanthropic gifts and service to Rice University, as well as a certificate of recognition in his career as an architect.

Dates: 1996 - 2014

Albert Thomas papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 0262
Abstract:

This collection of speeches, correspondences, reports, and photographs documents the work of Albert Thomas, U.S. Representative for Harris County, Texas, from 1936-1966. Albert Thomas was the first Rice Alumnus to serve in Congress. He graduated from Rice Institute in 1920.

Dates: 1937 - 1965

Edwin N. Lunn World War I diary

 Collection
Identifier: MS 0283
Abstract:

Edwin N. Lunn graduated from Rice University in 1920. His diary was written between January 1918 and May 1919, and consists mostly of Lunn's personal feelings and accounts of experiences he had while attending Rice University.

Dates: 1918 - 1919

Bourne Family scrapbook

 Collection
Identifier: MS 0290
Abstract:

This scrapbook contains many clippings, letters, and notes collected by members of the Bourne family, documenting political events and concerns in Tarboro, North Carolina and other locations in the South.

Dates: 1870 - 1903

Harold Albert Wilson Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 0303
Abstract:

This collection contains the papers of Harold Albert Wilson who was the first professor of physics at Rice Institute. Included are: Wilson's scientific papers (off-prints only); manuscript of bibliography of the H. A. Wilson scientific papers; "Catalogue of Apparatus," photographs, certificates, and letters to Norman Hurd Ricker.

Dates: 1898 - 1965

The Discussion Group, Houston, TX, scrapbook and records

 Collection
Identifier: MS 0507
Abstract

This collection contains a scrapbook that includes the history, lists of members, programs, photographs, and clippings from the Houston, TX Discussion Group. The scrapbook catalogues the club's list of members from 1947-1994. The chronologically arranged folders in box 2 includes annual communications, program information and rosters, 1990-2022.

Dates: 1947 - 2022

William Ward Watkin family papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 0508
Abstract

Correspondence, photographs, family trees, vital records and other genealogical material related to the Watkin family of Houston, TX (1910s-current) and of Danville, Pennsylvania (late 19th century). William Ward Watkin (1886-1952) was the first Supervising Architect of Rice Institute and the first chair of the Dept. of Architecture at Rice Institute. His daughter, Ray Watkin Strange, is a Rice graduate and significant supporter of Rice University and the Fondren Library.

Dates: 1899-1999

Julian and Juliette Huxley papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 0512
Abstract:

Journals, scrapbooks, sketches, and photographs by and about Julian and Juliette Huxley, covering family life; travels on behalf of UNESCO and for other research and personal purposes to Africa, Australia, and Europe; awards and honors; and academic and creative writing.

Dates: 1899-1988

Charles Tapley architectural collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS 0523
Abstract This collection reflects the architectural career of Houston based architect Charles Tapley. Materials include articles written by Tapley, and project-related drawings, notes, and correspondence. Tapley has designed many signature landmarks in the Houston area, such as Tranquility Park, the Contemporary Art Museum, a courtyard landscape at the Museum of Fine Arts, Buffalo Bayou parks and improvements, the Camp Allen Retreat, various churches, residences, as well as playgrounds and parks for...
Dates: 1960-2007

William Lukes Collection of Houston Photographic Research Materials

 Collection
Identifier: MS 0531
Abstract

The collection consists of photographic research materials on Houston, TX, Rice University, and various urban scenes, architectural details, and photographic techniques. It was created by William Lukes in collaboration with Paul Hester during the years 1969 through 1974, when Lukes was an architectural student at Rice University.

Dates: 1969-1974