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Found in 122 Collections and/or Records:
Cal Dean Hill, Jr. and Virginia Lee Smith papers
Identifier: MS 890
Overview This collection mainly contains Cal Dean Hill, Jr., Virginia Lee Smith, and their son Howard Hill documenting their time at Rice University.
Dates: 1941 - 1978
Campus Police Chief Mary Voswinkel Economic Summit collection
Identifier: UA 261
Overview Event planning documents, correspondence, notes, drafts, press releases, memos, newsclippings, photographs, and memorabilia created and maintained by Rice University in support of the 1990 Economic Summit of Industrialized Nations, hosted by Rice University.
Dates: 1989 - 1990
Capitalism and Convict Leasing in the American South: a Symposium
Identifier: UA 432
Scope and Contents The collection consists of the videorecordings of the symposium sessions, as well as a PDF copy of the event program, all of which are online at https://scholarship.rice.edu/handle/1911/108818.
Capt. James A. Baker correspondence, clippings, and photographs collection
Identifier: MS 487
Abstract: Correspondence from Capt. James A. Baker (Rice Institute Chairman, 1891-1941) to various family members and colleagues, newsclippings regarding William M. Rice and regarding Capt. Baker’s death, and photographs of the Baker family.
Dates: 1874 - 1951
Captain James A. Baker of Houston, 1857-1941 biography research materials
Identifier: MS 609
Abstract The collections contains extensive research files on James A. Baker and his family, including biographical, genealogical and law firm, recollections of family members and friends, correspondence and newsclips, as well as numerous photographs of family members, houses and family events. This material was gathered in 2011-2012 by Kate Kirkland in preparation for the publication of her biography of Baker, published in 2012.
Card G. Elliott, Jr. Family collection
Identifier: MS 249
Abstract Letters, diaries, scrapbooks, and notebooks belonging to various members of the Elliott family, dating from 1830-1951. The majority of the collection's letters are from the early 20th-century, though some date from the U.S. Civil War (describing life in Mississippi). Other materials describe farm life in Kansas, railroad business, attendance at Rice Institute, and the family life of the Elliotts.
Dates: 1830 - 1951
Carl Wischmeyer Personal Papers
Identifier: MS 639
Overview The collection consists primarily of personal letters belonging to Carl R. Wischmeyer, amny of them exchanged between Wischmeyer and his wife Mary. There is also information about his career as a professor of electrical engineering at Rice University. This includes documents relating to patents acquired as well as an article written for the Texas Engineer.
Dates: 1912 - 1945
Carl Woodring papers
Identifier: MS 551
Abstract: This collection contains nine boxes of material related to the life and career of Carl Woodring, Professor of Literature, Emeritus, at Columbia University. The collection includes family diaries, family and career-related photographs, personal and literary correspondence, and works written by Woodring.
Charles Tapley architectural collection
Identifier: MS 523
Overview 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 the...
Charles W. Duncan, Jr. business papers
Identifier: MS 583
Overview The Charles W. Duncan, Jr. business papers include correspondence, speeches and writings, memoranda, minutes, reports, studies, printed matter, photographs, memorabilia, newsclippings, and bound volumes. A 1947 graduate of Rice Institute, Duncan served under President Carter as Deptury Secretary of Defense and Secretary of Energy. He served as president of Coca-Cola, Co. and on the board of trustees of Rice University.