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Rice University

 Subject
Subject Source: Fast

Found in 147 Collections and/or Records:

Construction on Campus negatives

 Collection
Identifier: UA 446
Overview This collection includes 32 sleeves of 4" x 5" black and white photographic negatives of buildings and interiors of the Rice University campus taken in the 1960's.
Dates: 1964 - 1968

David Davidson slide collection

 Collection
Identifier: UA 440
Overview This collection consists of slides taken by David Davidson '57, '58 during his time as a student at Rice Institute.
Dates: 1956 - 1962

DePitts / Smith / Ewing papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 1026
Overview This collection contains Rice-related correspondence to Anne Marie Smith, photographs, ephemera, and a digitized poster.
Dates: 1934 - 1997

Douglas Killgore video materials

 Collection
Identifier: UA 405
Overview The collection contains audio-visual material created and edited by Douglas Killgore during his time at Rice University, both as a student in the 1970s and, decades later, as an independent filmmaker. The materials document people and events at Rice and the history of the university from 1911-2013.
Dates: 1911 - 2013

Elizabeth Baldwin Literary Society records

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Identifier: UA 289
Abstract The Elizabeth Baldwin Literary Society (EBLS) was founded in 1914 and named in honor of the second wife of William Marsh Rice. It was an active organization until the mid 1980s. In 1919, the literary society split to form another society, the Pallas Athene Literary Society (PALS). In 1924, an alumnae group for EBLS was formed. The records contain correspondence, scrapbooks, newsclippings regarding activities, programs from plays performed by the society, as well as correspondence and...
Dates: 1924 - 1984

Engraved printing plates of Rice University scenes

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Identifier: UA 417
Overview Over the years, Rice University has changed, expanding what began as a cluster of buildings to the developed campus it boasts today. The printing plates in this collection showcase Rice's changes to buildings and landscapes through the years, as well as several important historical figures.
Dates: 1912 - 1980

Frank K. Tittel Academic and Personal Papers

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Identifier: UA 394
Scope and Contents The holding consists of papers relating to the Rice Quantum Institute, laser and laser fusion studies, articles and personal papers. Professor Tittel was a guest of the 1996 Nobel Prize investiture of his associates Robert Curl and Richard Smalley and his mementos of the occasion are included.
Dates: 1987 - 1997

Fred Terry Rogers papers

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Identifier: MS 029
Abstract: The Fred Terry Rogers papers are a record of Fred and Marguerite Rogers' distinguished careers in academia and physics from 1931 to 1956 and consists primarily of correspondence, research and lecture notes and published works. Subjects include Beta-particle decay, the fractureof metals, the U.S. Naval Ordinance Test Station, convection currents in porous media, ballistics penetration and university research and course work.
Dates: 1929 - 1956

Fredericka Meiners' A History of Rice University research materials

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Identifier: UA 297
Overview The collection is made up primarily of materials created by Fredericka Meiners in writing her 1982 book A History of Rice University: The Institute Years, 1907-1963. It includes multiple draft copies with corrections and revisions. There are audio tapes of three interviews with transcriptions. There are also pre-publication responses to the text from readers including Ray Hoagland, who recommended particular changes in style and content.
Dates: 1977 - 1982

G. King Walters academic service at Rice University papers

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Identifier: UA 295
Overview The G. King Walters academic service papers represent Walters' participation on committees and task forces at Rice University. Walters graduated from Rice Institute in 1953 with a degree in physics. He was hired by Rice as a Physics professor in 1963. Walters remained at Rice through retirement in 1999 and beyond, advancing through the professorial ranks to chairman of the physics department, assistant dean of natural sciences, and dean of natural sciences.
Dates: 1954 - 2006