Print publications of Stanley Krippner, and related correspondence, arranged in order by date of publication.Many of the folders in the first half of this collection (especially the earliest pubs) contain historically-valuable, ancillary documents that are related to that specific publication. For example, there are letters written between Prof. Krippner and the book editor or between authors of book chapters (often these are well-known individuals in their respective fields). There...
This collection contains Stayton Nunn’s papers from 1927-1967 and includes notes and materials related to architecture classes, building projects in the Houston area, house plans and other architectural-related papers. Nunn taught architecture classes at the Rice Institute and was an alumnus as well.
Stella Sullivan was a Houston based artist and teacher, of the Midcentury Modernist genre. She worked with formats such as silkscreen prints, fabric art, watercolors, and more. Materials in this collection reflect the artist and teaching career of Stella Sullivan, including examples of her work, class notes, correspondence, and more.
Majority of material found within 1940 - 2016
Dr. Stephen Addam Zeff has been an esteemed professor of accounting at Rice since 1978. This collection includes Dr. Stephen Zeff's research, correspondence, notes, related to key articles he published such as "Truth in Accounting: The Ordeal of Kenneth MacNeal," "Arthur Andersen and Co. and the Two-Part Opinion in the Auditor's Report, 1946-1962," "John B Canning: A View of his Academic Career," and "DuPont's Early Policy on the Rotation of Audit Firms." Also included are videos of...
The Steven Fenberg Papers are comprised of books, correspondence, documents, and newsprint relevant to the life of Steven Fenberg--America’s top scholar of influential Houston mogul Jesse H. Jones. Though many of the materials concern Jones, the rest explore Fenberg’s other philanthropic interests and connections with the wider Houston community, such as his patronage of AIDS Foundation Houston and affiliation with Congregation Emanu El. Additionally family records such as World War II...
Majority of material found within 1926 - 2021
This collection is made up of two boxes containing bulletins and programs, committee and board documents, correspondence, directories and yearbooks, financial records, publications, and writings from Steven Plumb ranging from 1968 to 2015.
This collection includes archival material and circa 300 books and journals related to the career of Stewart Alexander, a medium, living in the UK. The primary content is recorded seances led by Stewart Alexander. Formats of the archival material include audio cd's, reel to reel audiotape, audiocassettes, newsclippings, correspondence, videotapes. Books and journals will be cataloged separately and discoverable through the library's online catalog at library.rice.edu.
This collection contains correspondence, newsclippings, photographs, periodicals, books, legal documents, and biographical sketches related to the Allen, Stuart, Wells, Weems, Lum, Miller, Red, and Ulmer families.
"Studies in English Literature 1500-1900" is a quarterly journal of historical and critical studies that is based at Rice University. The record group contains correspondence between authors/reviewers and the editors; some original typescripts and galley proofs; correspondence on rejected articles.
Original letters, pamphlets, tabloids, printed materials, books, videos, maps, and photographs documenting the Texas city of Sugar Land during the 19th century and 20th century, including the creation and development of the Imperial Sugar company.