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Biographical / Historical

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Drawer 51: Martel/Jones/Brown Colleges

Drawer 52: New South College

Drawer 53: Residential Colleges

Drawer 54: Sasaki Study, Entrance 8, Dell Butcher Hall

Drawer 55: New Wiess College

Drawer 56: Rice Master Plan Study

Drawer 57: Humanities Building

Drawer 58: Humanities Building

Drawer 59: Keck Hall

Drawer 60: Keck Hall

Drawer 61: Keck Hall

Drawer 62: Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Management

Drawer 63: Reckling Park

Drawer 64: Ryon Engineering Lab, Allen Center Basement, MEB Building and Mudd Building

Drawer 65: Bookstore

Drawer 66: School of Architecture Alumni Archive

Drawer 67: McMurtry and Duncan Colleges

Drawer 68: Miscellaneous architectural drawings

Drawer 69: Manuscript Material

Drawer 70: Masterson Collection (MS 468)

Drawer 71: Masterson Collection (MS 468)

Drawer 72: Masterson Collection, Maps and Blueprints (MS 468)

Drawer 73: Miscellaneous University Archive Materials

Drawer 74: Miscellaneous University Archive Materials

Drawer 75: Construction Projects

Drawer 76: Houston

Drawer 77: Parking Study

Drawer 78: Shepherd School of Music

Drawer 79: Shepherd School of Music

Drawer 80: Biology Drawings

Drawer 81: James Lockhart Autry Family Papers (MS 003) and Watkin Family Papers (MS 508)

Drawer 82: Abercrombie Lab

Drawer 83: Abercrombie Lab

Drawer 84: Lovett and Sewall Hall Architectural Drawings

Drawer 85: Tapley Architectural records (MS 523)

Drawer 88: Tapley Architectural records (MS 523)

Drawer 89: Tapley Architectural records (MS 523)

Drawer 90: George R. Brown Biosciences/Bioengineering Building

Drawer 91: George R. Brown Biosciences/Bioengineering Building

Drawer 92: George R. Brown Biosciences/Bioengineering Building

Drawer 93: Lovett College O. Week Posters

Drawer 94-98: Walter Widrig Papers (MS 079)

Drawer 99: Athletic Department Records (UA 155)

Woodson Research Center, Rice University

Guide to the Rice University Architectural drawings, oversize manuscript material, maps and photographs, Part 2 of 3 UA 226-pt2



creatorRice University
Title: Rice University architectural drawings, oversize manuscript material, maps and photographs, Part 2 of 3
Dates: 1840-2010
Abstract:These records include architectural drawings, maps, posters, oversize manuscript materials, and photographs ranging in dates from 1840s-2010. The majority of architectural drawings relate to Rice University. The collection also contains oversize material from other manuscript collections. Links to these finding aids are included.
Identification: UA 226-pt2
Quantity: 500 Linear Feet
Quantity: Drawers 51-99 of 164 drawers
Language: English
Repository: Woodson Research Center, Rice University, Houston, Texas

Biographical / Historical

William Marsh Rice was born in Springfield, Massachusetts on March 14, 1816. He was the third of ten children born to David and Patty Hall Rice. Little is known about Rice's childhood but records indicate that he worked for a while as a shopkeeper in Springfield before deciding to move to Texas in 1838.

Rice started out in business as a merchant in Houston, Texas. His first business partnership with a Barnabas Haskill was formed in 1840 but dissolved by 1842. In 1844 Rice became a commission and forwarding merchant in partnership with Ebenezer B. Nichols, a successful Houston businessman. By 1850 Rice's siblings began to follow him to Houston and assisted in his ventures. On June 29, 1850 Rice married Margaret Bremond whose father Paul was one of Rice's many business partners. In the census of 1860, Rice is listed as having $750,000 in real and personal property, making him one of the wealthiest men in Texas at the time.

On August 13, 1863 Margaret Rice died, possibly from cholera or yellow fever. Shortly after his wife's death, Rice went to Monterrey, Mexico and stayed there until August of 1865 when he returned to Houston. Later in that summer, he went to Massachusetts for business and did not return to Houston until 1866. On June 26, 1867 Rice married for a second time. His second wife was Julia Elizabeth Baldwin Brown, a widow and a daughter of Horace Baldwin, one of the early mayors of Houston. Elizabeth's sister Charlotte was the wife of William's younger brother Frederic.

Rice and his second wife moved to New Jersey to live with Rice's sister Charlotte and her family. Rice and his wife divided their time between New York City and New Jersey with occasional trips to Houston to oversee business.

During one of the Rices' visits to Houston, he was approached by Cesar Maurice Lombardi, who was interested in building a high school in Houston. Rice had been interested in endowing an educational institute of some kind, having revised his will twice previously to include a school for needy boys, first in New Jersey, then in New York City. After the meeting with Lombardi, Rice decided to fund an institute of higher learning in Houston. On May 19, 1891 the charter for the William M. Rice Institute for the Advancement of Literature, Science and Art was incorporated in Austin, Texas. Captain James Addison Baker, William's brother Frederic, Houston businessmen Emanuel Raphael, Cesar Lombardi, James E. McAshan and Alfred S. Richardson were named as the first board of trustees.

In article two of the charter: "(t)he objects, intents, and purposes of this Institution are declared to be the establishment and maintenance, in the City of Houston, Texas, of a Public Library, and the maintenance of an Institution for the Advancement of Literature, Science, Art, Philosophy and Letters; the establishment and maintenance of a Polytechnic school; for procuring and maintaining scientific collections; collections of chemical and philosophical apparatus, mechanical and artistic models, drawings, pictures and statues; and for cultivating other means of instruction ..." The institute was initially endowed with a promissory note for $200,000 to be paid upon Rice's death. Rice revised his will on September 26, 1896 and left the bulk of his estate to his namesake institute.

Elizabeth Rice's health began to fail in the early months of 1896. The Rices moved to Houston in April 1896, hoping the warm weather would improve Elizabeth's condition. On June 1, 1896 Mrs. Rice drew up a new will without her husband's knowledge naming Orren Holt, a Houston lawyer, as her executor. The will claimed that the Rices were residents of Texas (a community property state) and Elizabeth could bequeath half of the Rice estate as she saw fit. Rice moved Elizabeth to a hotel in Waukesha, Wisconsin shortly after the new will was signed. Elizabeth died on July 24, 1896 in Waukesha. Rice returned to New York City. In September 1896 Orren Holt, Elizabeth's executor, filed to probate Elizabeth's last will. Captain Baker, Rice's lawyer, informed Rice of the situation and a court battle began over the will. Rice disputed his wife's claim that she had been a Texas resident since this division of their estate would decrease what was available for the institute.

During the battle over the estate two lawyers became involved with the proceedings and would end up greatly influencing the final results. Captain Baker, a trustee of the Rice Institute, served as William Rice's lawyer. Albert Patrick, the other lawyer, was hired by Orren Holt in 1898 to investigate the residency question in New York City. There Patrick met Charlie Jones, Rice's valet. The two spent a great deal of time together and slowly a plan was formed. At first it seemed that Patrick was only interested in the settlement of the contested will and was looking for any way to win. He convinced Jones, in the spring of 1900, to start poisoning Rice with mecury pills as a way to avoid a court battle. By the summer of 1900 Patrick came up with the idea to forge a will that left the majority of Rice's estate to himself and small sums to relatives and friends. The forged will was dated June 30, 1900.

On September 8, 1900 a hurricane struck the Gulf Coast and one of Rice's businesses, the Merchants and Planters Oil Company, suffered severe damage. The business manager telegraphed that they needed money for repairs and the sum was most of what Rice had available in his bank account. Patrick was worried at the loss of such a large sum of ready cash and he convinced Jones to use chloroform to kill Rice. On September 23, 1900 Rice was murdered by Jones. Patrick, in his haste to get hold of Rice's cash, tried to withdraw money from Rice's bank using a check forged by Jones right after Rice's death. The bank refused to honor the check since Patrick's name was spelled incorrectly. When calling to verify the check with Rice, the bank learned that he was dead. Since the circumstances were suspicious, the bank contacted Rice's Houston lawyer, Captain Baker.

When Baker arrived in New York City, he learned there had been a new will written up by Patrick. Baker was suspicious of the will since Rice had never notified him of any changes to the one Baker had drawn up on September 26, 1896. This suspicion led to a long and sensational trial where Patrick's version of the will was exposed as a forgery and the scheme to kill Rice was discovered. Patrick was found guilty of murder and forgery on March 26, 1902 and was sentenced to die in the electric chair. Jones, who confessed to his part of the events, ended up being released despite being the one who had actually committed the murder. Patrick's sentence was commuted to life imprisonment by the governor of New York, but eventually won a full pardon in 1912.

On February 6, 1902 Orren Holt settled the suit over Elizabeth's will for $200,000. After the trials and settlement, Captain Baker and the original Board of Trustees set about fulfilling Rice's dream to have an institute for higher learning in Houston, Texas. To guide them, the trustees chose an imaginative first president, a young mathematician and astronomer at Princeton University named Edgar Odell Lovett, who signed on as president in 1908. Lovett had earned doctorates both from the Universities of Virginia and Leipzig and had taught at Johns Hopkins, the University of Chicago, and Princeton, the most innovative American universities of the time. The trustees sent him on a worldwide tour of the "competition," where he interviewed faculty, inspected facilities, and developed an inspired vision of what might be accomplished on the plains of Texas with a blank-check charter, a generous endowment, and high ambitions. The goal was a university "of the highest grade" that kept "the standards up and the numbers down." Lovett shaped the university that Rice would become.

The Rice Institute opened on September 23, 1912, the anniversary of Mr. Rice's murder, with 77 students and a dozen faculty. An international academic festival celebrated the opening three weeks later, a spectacular event that brought Rice to the attention of the entire scholarly world. Four years later, at the initial commencement, 35 bachelor degrees and one master's degree were awarded, with the first doctorate conferred in 1918.

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Scope and Contents

These records include architectural drawings, maps, posters, oversize manuscript materials, and photographs ranging in dates from 1840s-2010. The majority of architectural drawings relate to Rice University. The collection also contains oversize material from other manuscript collections. Links to these finding aids are included.

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Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access

This material is open for research.

Conditions Governing Use

Permission to publish material from this collection must be obtained from the Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library.

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Index Terms

Subjects (Organizations)
Rice University
Rice University
Genres
maps (documents)
architectural drawings (visual works)
photographs
blueprints (reprographic copies)

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Related Material

Rice University Architectural drawings, oversize manuscript material, maps and photographs, 1840-2010, UA 226-1, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University. See finding aid online:

Rice University Architectural drawings, oversize manuscript material, maps and photographs, 1840-2010, UA 226-3, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University. See finding aid online:

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Rice University Architectural drawings, oversize manuscript material, maps and photographs, 1840-2010, UA 226, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

This material forms part of the Rice University Archives, and was transferred to the archives, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Drawer 51: Martel/Jones/Brown Colleges

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511North Campus Master Plan (Michael Graves & Associates). Martel, Jones & Brown Colleges from Southeast. December 8, 1999.
2North Campus Master Plan (Michael Graves & Associates). Martel, Jones & Brown Colleges from Northwest. December 8, 1999.
3North Campus Master Plan (Michael Graves & Associates). Color site plan: primary public spaces. Martel, Jones & Brown Colleges. (reduced)
4North Campus Master Plan. Martel, Jones & Brown Colleges. First floor plan.
5North Campus Master Plan. Color site plan: primary public spaces. Martel, Jones & Brown Colleges. Enlarged version of #3. (2 copies)
6Aerial view of Martel College from northwest. May 19, 1999.
7Aerial view of Martel College from main campus. May 19, 1999.
8Aerial view of Martel College main lounge. September 15, 1999.
9Martel College: suite module typical floorplans. May 19, 1999.
10Martel College: 3rd floor plan. May 19, 1999.
11Martel College: 4th floor plan. May 19, 1999.
12Martel College: Mechnical/Roof Plan. May 19, 1999.
13North Campus Master Plan. Martel College: 1st floor primary public areas.
14North Campus Master Plan. Option 1: 1st floor public areas. April 7, 1999.
15North Campus Master Plan. Option 1: 1st floor plan public areas. (2 copies) March 24, 1999.
16North Campus Master Plan. Option 2: 1st floor public areas. March 24, 1999.
17North Campus Master Plan. Option 3: 1st floor public areas. March 24, 1999.
181st floor primary public areas. Laminated mounted on foamboard. September 15, 1999.
19Martel Residential College Drawing Index. Schematic Design Set. May 28, 1999.
20Martel College set. Master's House floor plans. October 11, 1999.
21Martel/Jones/Brown Schedule.
22Martel College: 100% Design Development Set. August 26, 1999.
23Martel College: Final Design Development Set. October 8, 1999.
24Brown Residential College color digital elevations (loose). No date.
25Brown Residential College east elevation. Mounted on foamboard. No date.
26Brown College interior courtyard elevation mounted on foamboard. No date.
27Brown College street elevation mounted on foamboard.
28Brown College elevations mounted on foamboard. No date.
29Brown College digital print elevation. No date.
30Margarett Root Brown College. Study of Space Utilization, 1965. 2 sheets.
31Mary Gibbs Jones College. Study of Space Utilization, 1965. 3 sheets.
32Jones Master's House. First floor plan. (Michael Graves & Associates). (2 copies) March 1, 2000.
33Jones Master's House. South elevations and west-east building section. March 1, 2000.
34Jones Master's House. West elevation and north-south building section.
35Jones Master's House. Main Servery + kitchen. 1st floor plan.

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Drawer 52: New South College

General note
Kirksey & Partners, Architects. All plans mounted on foamboard.
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521Sheet A-1. "New Wiess College." Color digital drawing. October 20, 1999.
2Second floor plan. August 20, 1999.
3Third floor plan. August 20, 1999.
4Fourth floor plan. August 20, 1999.
5Fifth floor plan. August 20, 1999.

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Drawer 53: Residential Colleges

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531Hanszen Commons. Color rendering mounted on foamboard. No date.
2Richardson College. Study of Space Utilization 1971. Master's Residence, Basement - 14th floor. (3 sheets)
3Baker College. Study of Space Utilization, 1965. Faculty Tower, Dining Hall-Commons, Basement - 4th Floor. (4 sheets).
4Additions and Modifications to Lovett College. Master's House elevations. Sheet A1. June 16, 1989.
5Lovett College. Study of Space Utilization, 1965. Master's House - 6th floor plans. (4 sheets)
6Will Rice College. Study of Space Utilization, 1965. Master's Residence; Basement - 5th Floor plans. (2 sheets)
7Hanszen College. Study of Space Utilization, 1965. Master's Residence; Basement - 5th Floor plans. (3 sheets)
8Digital illustration of [Jones College servery]. No date.
9Digital illustration of dining area in Jones College. No date.
10Digital illustration of dining area in [Jones College]. No date.
11Digital illustration commons area of unidentified College. No date.
12Digital illustration unidentified commons. No date.
13Hanszen Commons. Color rendering. Machado & Silvetti, Associates. No date.
14Hanszen Commons. Color rendering. Machado & Silvetti, Associates. No date.
15Wiess Commons. Color rendering. Machado & Silvetti, Associates. No date.
16Wiess Commons. Color rendering. Machado & Silvetti, Associates. No date.
17Color ground floor plan, unidentified college [Wiess?] No date.
18Color 2nd floor plan, unidentified college [Wiess?]. No date.
19Spiral bound design documents. Colour drawings, South Campus. Hopkins Architects. December 6, 2008.
20Spiral bound report. Rice University Residential College Expansion Plan: South Campus.
21Will Rice 2nd Floor plan. South Campus. Hopkins Architects. Printed on Photographic paper. April 22, 2008.
22Baker 2nd Floor plan. South Campus. Hopkins Architects. Printed on Photographic paper. April 9, 2008.
23Servery 1st Floor plan-Phase 1. South Campus. Hopkins Architects. Printed on Photographic paper. April 22, 2008.
24Site 1st Floor plan. South Campus. Hopkins Architects. Printed on Photographic paper. April 17, 2008.
25Will Rice 4th Floor plan. South Campus. Hopkins Architects. Printed on Photographic paper. April 22, 2008.
26Baker 1st Floor plan. South Campus. Hopkins Architects. Printed on Photographic paper. April 9, 2008.

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Drawer 54: Sasaki Study, Entrance 8, Dell Butcher Hall

General note
All renderings done on foamboard.
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541Sasaki Study-rendering with light green and yellow pencil. March 27, 1991.
2Sasaki Study-rendering with dark green and yellow marker. March 27, 1991.
3Sasaki Study-rendering with light green and yellow pencil. November 20, 1990.
4Sasaki Study-rendering with no color. November 20, 1990.
5East Stadium lot site plan. [Entrance 8]. No date.
6Entrance 8 & A.P.B. Roadways. No date.
7Entrance 8 upgrade. No date.
8Dell Butcher rendering. No date.
9Dell Butcher Hall south elevation. No date.
10Dell Butcher Hall north elevation. No date.
11Dell Butcher Hall east elevation. No date.
12Dell Butcher Hall west elevation. No date.

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Drawer 55: New Wiess College

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551Twelve color digital renderings of New Wiess College. Interior and exterior perspectives. Mounted on foamboard. Undated and March 2, 2000.
2Set of blueprints. Architectural, Civil, Landscape, Foodservice, Structural. Volume 1. September 15, 1999.
3Set of blueprints. Construction drawings with codes. Addendum #2. October 21, 1999.
4Set of blueprints. Construction Drawings with codes. Addendum #1. October 14, 1999.
5Set of blueprints. Mechanical, electrical, plumbing, telecommunications. Volume 2. September 15, 1999.
6Set of blueprints. Complete floor plans. September 15, 1999.
7Set of blueprints. Architectural Pricing Package. Phase II. Kirksey & Partners, Architects. August 26, 1999.
8"Check it out Wiess" banner on paper.
9Comments from Wiess College SD1. Printed document and ink on paper.
102nd Floor plan sketch on tissue paper. No date.
11Ground Floor plan sketch on tissue paper. No date.
12Section thru Dining Hall on tissue paper and copy. No date.
13Ground floor plan with comments. Tissue paper and copy. No date.
14Preliminary sketches. 4 sheets.
15Wiess planning Floor plans, Brick Course and elevation survey. No date.
16Wiess College dedication. Digital photograph and text from speech. October 5, 2002.
17Set of architectural drawings. Wiess College Masters House. November 6, 2009.

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Drawer 56: Rice Master Plan Study

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561Summit: Temporary Landscape Summary. Sasaki Associates. June 5, 1990.
2Two laminated [masterplan studies] with two photocopies. No date.
3Rice University Masterplan Studies. Cesar Pelli & Associates, Inc. Color map plan mounted on foamboard. December 10, 1998.
4Rice University Facilities & Engineering: Tree Map for Database. Green & black ink on paper. May 31, 1994.
5Portion of Rice Campus map, blueprint. No date.
6Ideas for Extension to General Plan Rice University. Two copies set of blueprints and reduced set. June 1989.
7Rice University Masterplan Studies. Option D. Possible Forecourt Buildings. Colored map on foamboard. Cesar Pelli & Associates. March 18, 1998.
8Rice University Masterplan Studies. Cesar Pelli & Associates. Jones School Quadrangle. Color drawing. October 27, 1999.
9Rice University Masterplan Studies. Cesar Pelli & Associates. Faculty Housing. Color drawing. October 27, 1999.
10Rice University Masterplan Studies. Cesar Pelli & Associates. Community Hall. "A forum for University Population." Color drawing. October 27, 1999.
11Rice University Masterplan Studies. Cesar Pelli & Associates. Forecourt to Lovett Hall. Color drawing. October 27, 1999.
12Rice University Masterplan Studies. Cesar Pelli & Associates. Martel Residential College. Color drawing. October 27, 1999.
13Rice University Masterplan Studies. Cesar Pelli & Associates. Wiess Commons / Master's House. Color drawing. October 27, 1999.
14Rice University Masterplan Studies. Cesar Pelli & Associates. Graduate House. Color drawing. October 27, 1999.
15Rice University Masterplan Studies. Cesar Pelli & Associates. Towers. Digital photographs. No date.
16Rice University Masterplan Studies. Cesar Pelli & Associates. Arcades. Digital photographs. No date.
17Rice University Masterplan Studies. Cesar Pelli & Associates. Arcades. Digital photographs. No date.
18Rice University Masterplan Studies. Cesar Pelli & Associates. Central Parking Garage options. Color drawing. October 27, 1999.
19Rice University Masterplan Studies. Cesar Pelli & Associates. Below Grade Garages. Color drawing. October 27, 1999.
20Rice University Masterplan Studies. Cesar Pelli & Associates.Wide Open Spaces. Color drawing. October 27, 1999.
21Rice University Masterplan Studies. Cesar Pelli & Associates. The Village Property. Color drawing. October 27, 1999.
22Rice University Masterplan Studies. Cesar Pelli & Associates. Extending the Network of Trees. Color drawing. October 27, 1999.
23Rice University Masterplan Studies. Cesar Pelli & Associates. The Greenbriar Property. Color drawing. October 27, 1999.
24Rice University Masterplan Studies. Cesar Pelli & Associates. Campus Map. Black + white drawing. October 13, 1999.
25Rice University Masterplan Studies. Reduced set of drawings. Spiral bound.
26Rice University. Reduced set of drawings. Sprial bound color drawings and digital photographs. November 2002.
27Draft Masterplan Study for Rice University. Board of Trustees Report. Michael Graves & Associates. 33 pages. December 5, 2009.
28Rice University Masterplan Study. 2008 Existing Conditions-50 year plan. Michael Graves & Associates. March 16, 2009.
29Rice University Masterplan. Current conditions. Phase 1-3. Michael Graves & Associates. February 13, 2010.
30Rice University Masterplan. Option K1, K2, L. Michael Graves & Associates. March 12, 2010.
31Rice University Masterplan. 50-Year Plan Proposed. February 13, 2010.
32Rice University Masterplan. 50-Year plan. January Update. Michael Graves & Associates. January 13, 2010.
33Rice University Flood Prevention Study. Spiral-bound. Walter P. Moore & Associates. No date.
34Rice University Master Plan. Academic Affairs Committee & Building Grounds Committee. Michael Graves & Associates. Spiral-bound. September 18, 2002.
35Rice Campus Master Study Plan Update. Study Process Report. 9 pages. February 10, 2010.
36Rice Campus Master Study Plan Update. Study Process Report. 9 pages. January 8, 2010.
37Campus Entrances. Originally presented to Design Subcommittee. June 16, 2009.
38CCEE Site Recommendation. February 11, 2010.
39Rice University. South Annex. Master Plan Reference Key. Carlos Jimenez Studio. March 2, 2006.
40Rice University Campus Tree Map. Includes Tree Code Index. 1994.
41Rice University Campus Tree Map. Update. 1998.
42Masterplan Study. 50 year plan. Reduced drawing. Michael Graves & Associates. March 5, 2004.

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Drawer 57: Humanities Building

General note
Allan Greenberg, Architect.
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571Color rendering. Laminated on foamboard. No date.
2North elevation-alternate. Mounted on board. March 24, 1999.
3South elevation-approved elevation. Mounted on board. March 15, 1999.
4North elevation-approved elevation. Mounted on board. March 15, 1999.
5South elevation. Mounted on board. March 24, 1999.
6North elevation. Mounted on board. March 24, 1999.
7Humanities Building elevation in color. Mounted on board. No date.
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578Humanities Building pencil sketch of exterior looking across Jamail Courtyard, 1998

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Drawer 58: Humanities Building

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581South elevation. Red ink. Mounted on foamboard. May 19, 1999.
2West elevation. Black + white mounted on board. March 24, 1999.
3South elevation. Red ink mounted on foamboard. May 19, 1999.
4North elevation. Red ink mounted on foamboard. May 19, 1999.
5Elevation detail. Typical bays, Sheet A4.1. Blueprint with red and blue color shadings. Mounted on board. June 4, 1999.

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Drawer 59: Keck Hall

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591North Addition. Reduced set. 131 pages. February 8, 2000.
2North Addition. Reduced set. 93 pages. February 8, 2000.
3Third Floor Labplan. Section A. October 16, 1998.
4Second Floor Labplan. Section C. October 2, 1998.
5Furniture plans. North Additions. 3 sheets. August 15, 2000.
6Plumbing Risers. Sheet P6.3. December 14, 1998.
7Biology Laboratory Standby Power. 3rd floor. June 5, 1992.
8Biology Laboratory Standby Power. 2nd floor. June 5, 1992.
9Renovation of 201, 201A, B, C, D+E. Sheets A1-A3, M1-M2, E1. November 29, 1988.
10Renovation of Biology 103 B+C, 105 A+B, 109, 125 B + 206 A. Sheets A1-A4, M1-M3, E-1. November 29, 1988.
11Renovation of Biology 103 B+C, 105 A+B, 109, 125 B + 206 A. Preliminary drawings, 3 sheets. 2 copies. September 1, 1988.
12Old Chemistry Building Renovation. Complete set with Reference symbols, notes. December 16, 1998.

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Drawer 60: Keck Hall

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601Loose floorplans. Rice Renovation & Additions. 30 drawings. No date.
2Phase #2. Shop Drawings for Laboratory Cabinets + fume hoods. Reduced drawings. June 26, 2000.
3North Addition. Shop Drawings for Laboratory Cabinets + Fume hoods. Reduced drawing. 1st floor. April 28, 2000.
4Shop Drawings for Laboratory Cabinets + fume hoods. Reduced drawing. June 14, 1999.
5Shop Drawings for Laboratory Cabinet + fume hoods. Reduced drawing. 3rd floor. June 1, 1999.
6Shop Drawings for Laboratory Cabinets + fume hoods. 1st floor final. Reduced drawing. April 9, 1999.
7Revisions. Roof plan, lower level, 1st floor, 2nd floor, 3rd floor. Reduced drawings. August 25, 1999.
8Revisions. Addendum #1. February 29, 2000.
9100% Design Development Documents. Site plan, floor plans, electrical, plumbing, elevations. FKP Architects. July 30, 1998.

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Drawer 61: Keck Hall

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611North Addition. Colored 1st floorplan mounted on foamboard. August 27, 1998.
2North Addition. Colored 2nd floorplan mounted on foamboard. August 27, 1998.
3Construction Documents Progress Set. October 9, 1998.

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Drawer 62: Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Management

General note
Robert A.M. Stern Architects.
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621Prospective Report. Design ideas, program analysis. Spiral bound color. February 22, 1999.
2Conceptual Design. Spiral bound color. September 15, 1999.
3Schematic Design. Spiral bound color. December 8, 1999.
4East + west elevations. Black + white print on paper. October 18, 1999.
5View into Courtyard. Watercolor rendering mounted on board. December 8, 1999.
6View from Alumni Drive. Watercolor rendering mounted on board. December 8, 1999.
7View from Baker Hall. Watercolor rendering mounted on board. December 8, 1999.

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Drawer 63: Reckling Park

General note
Jackson & Ryan, Architects.
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631Concourse Level floor plan. Color drawing mounted on foamboard. May 1, 1999.
2Grandstand Level floor plan. Color drawing mounted on foamboard. May 1, 1999.
3Phase II Site plan. B+W drawing mounted on foamboard. May 1, 1999.
4Building section. B+W drawing mounted on foamboard. May 1, 1999.
5Phase I site plan. B+W drawing mounted on foamboard. May 1, 1999.
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64Reckling Park color elevation. Oversize trifold drawing mounted on foamboard. In Drawer 64. May 1, 1999.
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636Rice University Baseball Stadium. Grandstand Level Floor plan. May 24, 1999.
7Rice University Baseball Stadium Seating Plans. 3 sheets. 3 copies. July 16, 1999.

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Drawer 64: Ryon Engineering Lab, Allen Center Basement, MEB Building and Mudd Building

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641Campus map with Ryon Lab layout. Photocopy. No date.
2Rice University Bioscience/Bioengineering Building. 12 pages; schemes, office layouts. April 5, 1988.
3Loading dock + Laboratory Addition. Building section, preliminary design. 2 sheets. April 3, 1979.
41-3 floor plans. No date. 3 sheets.
5Engineering Annex. Floor plan. Blueprint and copy. No date.
6Preliminary Level Survey for Ryon C.E. Lab. Plotted by Larry R. Russell. Pencil on tracing paper. October 9, 1963.
7First floor plan. E.E. Department, Engineering Building. Pencil on tracing paper. May 14, 1947.
8General plan of Rice Institute. Blueprint. Electrical distribution on reverse in pencil. February 24, 1948.
9Rice Institute [Electrical Dis]tribution-one line. No date.
10Air conditioning wiring diagram for Abercrombie Building. Pencil on paper. No date.
11Electrical diagram. Blueprint. No date.
12Partial 1st floor plan. Electrical Engineering wing. Blueprint with pencilled additions. 2 sheets. September 4, 1980.
13Allen Center Basement Remodeling & Renovations. Farrel Sundin + Partners, Architects. Set of blueprints. Interior elevations, schedules, details, demolition, power and communication. 10 sheets. August 5, 1997.
14MEB Building Renovation. 3D/International, Inc., Architects. Set of 100% Submittal issued for construction. October 26, 2006.
15Mudd Building Generator Addition. Smith, Seckman Reid, Inc. Consulting Engineers. Demolition, renovation, details. 7 sheets. October 4, 1999.

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Drawer 65: Bookstore

General note
All drawings in color and mounted on foamboard, unless where noted. Barnes & Noble College Bookstore.
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651First floor plan. Option A. No date.
2First floor plan. Option B. Lower floor plan. Option A+B. Board 1 of 3. No date.
3Exterior view. Option B. Entry view-option B. Board 2 of 3.
4Option C. Parking layout. Board 1 of 5. No date.
5Option C. West, south and east elevations. Board 2 of 5. No date.
6Option C. Artistic rendering. Board 3 of 5. No date.
7Option C. Entry points, floorplan. Board 4 of 5. No date.
8Option C. B+W preliminary sketches. Board 5 of 5. No date.

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Drawer 66: School of Architecture Alumni Archive

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661Nicholas D. Davis artistic rendering "Facade au Sud du Chateau Azay-le-Rideau" for the William Ward Watkin Memorial Travelling Fellowship in Architecture. Additional transparencies in Section 19. 1953.
2Seven pen and ink drawings (copies) of Rice University. No date.
3Seven transparencies of #2 (Rice University drawings).
41954 WWW Traveling Fellowship; 2 pen and ink drawings with watercolor by Erik T. Sprohge.
51928 Rice Institute. WWW Traveling Fellowship in architecture. Milton McGinty. "Sacristy Santo Spirito." Ink and watercolor on board.
6The Walsh Prize-A Theater for the Motion Picture Association of America-E.T. Sprohge. 1953. Sections, plans, rendering. Ink and watercolor on board.
7A Municipal Library-E.T. Sprohge. No date. Watercolor rendering on board.
8The Kenneth Murchison Prize-A Mission Chapel on a Barge. 1952. E.T. Sprohge. Plans, sections, rendering. Watercolor, pen and ink on board.
9An Office Building for a Pipe Fabricating Company. No date. Perspectives, plot plan, floor plan. Watercolor and pencil on board.
10-12E.T. Sprohge. 1955. Watercolor on board.
13-15Missing.
16Misc. renderings.
17Wilson, Morris, Crain, and Anderson. Rendering. Watercolor on board.

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Drawer 67: McMurtry and Duncan Colleges

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671Set of Architectural drawings. Progress set. Hanbury, Evans, Wright, Vlattas. October 3, 2007.
2Set of architectural drawings. General update version. November 8, 2006.
3Two color renderings of college exterior. No date.
4Reduced drafts. First floor plan. April 4, 2007.
5Reduced drafts. McMurtry College. First floor plan. November 8, 2006.
6Reduced drafts. McMurtry College. Second floor plan. April 3, 2007.
7Reduced drafts. McMurtry College. Fifth floor plan. April 3, 2007.
8Reduced drafts. Commons & Servery. First floor plan. April 3, 2007.
9Reduced drafts. McMurtry & College 11. Second floor plan centre. November 8, 2006.
10Reduced drafts. College 11. First floor plan. April 3, 2007.
11Reduced drafts. College 11. Second floor plan. April 3, 2007.
12Reduced drafts. College 11. Fifth floor plan. April 3, 2007.
13Spiral bound Reconfigured Master's House [Duncan Master's House]. James Burnett, Landscape Architect. 2007.

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Drawer 68: Miscellaneous architectural drawings

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681Set of architectural plans. EEB Departmental Office Relocation. M.D. Anderson Biological Laboratories. CD Review. Sheets G-001, A-100, A-200, M-100, M-200, E-100, E-200, E-300, P-100. P+W Architects. March 12, 2004.
2Ley Student Center. Study of Space Utilization, 1986. Second floor plan. March 9, 1988.
3Set of architectural plans. Renovations to Central Kitchen Building. Marching Owl Band. Mitchell, Carlson, & Associates, Inc. Sheets A1-1, A1-2, A1-3, A1-4, A2-1, A2-2, A2-3, A3-1, A3-2, A3-3, A4-1. July 20, 1994.
4Eight People at a Summit. Oil painting on plywood. 1998.
5Rice Stadium. Oil painting on plywood. 1998.
6Baker College. Oil painting on plywood. 1998.
7Baker College. Oil painting on plywood. 1998.

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Drawer 69: Manuscript Material

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691Axson scrapbook 1926-1927.
General note
See the Stockton Axson Papers (MS 338)
2Architectual drawings. Front and side elevation. Ink on linen. 2 sheets. Sam P. Herbert, Architect. No date.
3Architectual drawings. Front and side elevation. Roof plan, floor plan, foundation. Herbert & Cooke, Architects. Ink on linen. 5 sheets. No date.
4Architectual drawings. Front and side elevation. Roof plan, floor plan, foundation. Ink on linen. 4 sheets. Herbert & Cooke, Architects. No date.
5Architectual drawings. Front and side elevation. Roof plan, foor plan, foundation. 5 sheets. Ink on linen. Herbert & Cooke, Architects. Room 88 Provident Bld. No date.
6Architectual drawings. [Front] and side elevation, foundation. 3 sheets. Ink on linen. S.P. Herbert. No date.
7Architectual drawings. Front and side elevation, roof plan, 1st and 2nd floor plan. 4 sheets. Ink on linen. Sam P. Herbert, Architect. No date.
8General Buell's Map of the Battle-field of Shiloh. Print on paper. c. 1886.
9Shaft. Blueprint with red ink notations. October 28, 1968.
General note
Items 9-46 John W. Freeman Papers (MS 344) Technical Drawings from the Space Science Facilities, Rice University.
10Spacer. November 10, 1967.
11Collector Mount Assembly. October 21, 1977.
12Battery box sketch. No date.
13Grid. Farady Cup. May 27, 1969.
14Shield Box. October 21, 1977.
15Unidentified sketch. No date.
16Feedthrough. #023. May 21, 1978.
17Gas Inlet. #023 and copy. March 8, 1978.
18Seat for Window. #017. November 18, 1977.
19Collector Mount Assembly. #007. October 21, 1977.
20Modification to a Flange. #016. November 17, 1977.
21Electrical Feedthru Flange. #020. December 2, 1977.
22Cooling Water Feedthru Flange. #001 and copy. October 18, 1977.
23Channeltron System Block Diagram. June 27, 1969.
24Fixture Deck Support. October 10, 1968.
25Table and Table Spacers and copy. October 19, 1977.
26Turntable and copy. October 25, 1977.
27Unidentified diagram. No date.
28Diagram-Schematic U.V. Photometer interface. No date.
29Mount-Mirror 1st Telescope. October 26, 1970.
30Flying infrared telescope. January 15, 1970.
31Front Aperture. April 10, 1967.
32Non-Magnetic Nose Cone Assy Nike Tomahawk. NASA Goodard Space Flight Center. July 1, 1968.
33Pressurized Sample Holder. Blueprint with pencil notations and original pencil sketch. December 4, 1970.
34Unidentified diagram. Pencil drawing. No date.
35Case-Battery Nike Tomahawk. July 20, 1970.
36Unidentified diagram/schematic. June 19, 1967.
37Interconnection Diagram Power Distribution Assy. Blueprint with red ink notations. May 22, 1970.
38Assembly and copy. October 27, 1977.
39Unidentified diagram. No date.
400 Axis Motor Control Card. April 30, 1969.
41Unidentified drawing with attached notes on scratch paper. No date.
42Cup-insert Farady Cup. May 27, 1969.
43Drawing #6. No date.
44Housing. May 26, 1969.
45Brace. October 19, 1970.
46Small folder with technical drawings.
47John J. Pershing autograph on Rice Institute seal. With dip pen.
48Sebastopol, Bombardment de of 1854. Color map. Encapsulated.
MS 594: Chamberlain-Cravens-Cullinan family papers
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6949Resurvey of Malcolm Cravens 1995.09 acre tract out of Pat McGloin Survey A-28, Live Oak County, TX May 15, 1969
50Planting plan for ground adjoining residence of Mr. J.S. Cullinan, Shadyside on linen Jan. 1920
51View of fireplace, sketch on tracing paper, n.d.
52Plat of J.R. Cravens 77 acre in F Pettus Survey, Colorado County, TX, n.d.
53Pencil drawing "Carden Bailey" April 1938
54Planting plan Cravens Parkway-Hermann Park, October 1, 1976
55Map of Cravens Park November 17, 1968
56Section of couch for Miss N. Cullinan; Smith, Hegner & Moore, Architects
57Residence for Miss N. Cullinan, changes and additions October 15, 1948
58View from southwest, flat roof two-level [house], sketch and initial sketch, n.d.
UA 334: 3 panoramic milatary photographs

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Drawer 70: Masterson Collection (MS 468)

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701Indebtedness wholly contested J.J. Sweeney. 1908
2New Hampshire Insurance Policy for Mrs. L.G. Ellis, administratrix. 1905-1906.
3Mechanics & Traders Insurance policy for J.H. Ratcliff, trustee Toomey Lumber Co., Ltd. 3-11-1905 to 3-11-1906.
4Insurance policy for the Farmer's Union of Coleman Co. 10-4-1907. (Niagra Insurance Co.).
5Insurance policy for the Farmer's Union Warehouse Assoc. of Coleman Co. (Royal Insurance Co.). 10-4-1907.
6Family tree for Elizabeth Glass McGalen lineage.
7Insurance policy for Mrs. N.H. Bailey, Crowley, LA. 2-17-1906.
8Insurance policy for Mrs. L.A. Ellis, administratrix of the estate of L.A. Ellis-deceased. 12-18-1905.
9Insurance policy for Mrs. L.A. Ellis. 3-24-1905.
10Insurance policy for Mrs. J.V. Westmoreland. 1-3-1907 to 1-3-1908.
11Insurance policy for J.R. McGoven. 3-16-1906 to 3-16-1907.
12Insurance policy for A.S. Lacy. 9-4-1895 to 9-4-1896.
13Insurance policy for J.H. Ratcliff, trustee of Toomey Lumber Co. 3-11-1905 to 3-11-1906.
14Insurance policy for J.H. Ratcliff, trustee Toomey Lumber Co., Ltd. 3-11-1905 to 3-11-1906.
15Declaration of bankruptcy R.H. Downey. 1-7-1902.
16Inventory of appraisement of property owned by H. Masterson in the city of Houston. 1-1-1903.
17Insurance policy to William Jefferson Powell. 5-28-1909.
18Insurance policy to Clara S. Masterson, wife of Thomas G. Masterson. 2-25-1892.
19Insurance policy to Mrs. L.A. Ellis, administratrix for the estate of L.A. Ellis, deceased. 4-10-1905 to 4-10-1906.
20Refunding certificate for money heretofore paid for paring- for Mrs. Minnie Sterne, Houston, TX. 12-20-1900.
21(8) First mortgage bonds for $500 from the Riverside Coal & Investment Co., Des Moines, Iowa. 8-1-1889.
22Document establishing the corporation of the South Dakota-Texas Oil Company. 5-16-1908.
23Insurance policy for the Farmer's Union of Coleman County. 10-4-1906 to 10-4-1907.
24Sale of the estate of E.B. Lynch-deceased- by W.C.C. Lynch, administrator to Winthrop D. Cushman. 6-11-1856.
25Insurance policy for Mrs. L.A. Ellis. 3-24-1905 to 3-24-1906 (Aetna Co.).
26Insurance policy for Mrs. L.A. Ellis. 3-24-1905 to 3-24-1906 (Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co.).
27Insurance policy for Mrs. L.A. Ellis. 4-18-1905 to 4-14-1906 (Virginia Fire & Marine Insurance Co.).
28Insurance policy for Mrs. L.A. Ellis. 6-14-1905 to 6-14-1906 (Providence Washington Insurance Co.).
29Insurance policy for A.W. Paliner & W. Abmy (Houston Book Co.). 12-11-1905 to 12-11-1906 (Standard Mutual Fire Insurance Co.).
30Insurance policy for Mrs. J.V. Westmoreland. 10-16-1906 to 10-16-1907.
31Siegfred Gruner Sub. Division showing sales of Robertson Co. and sales of Leon Co.
32Insurance policy for H. Masterson. 6-12-1901 to 6-12-1902.
33Receipts for 1902.
34Insurance policy for the Farmer's Union Warehouse Assoc. of Coleman Co. 10-4-1906 to 10-4-1907.
35Plan of tract of land owned by P. Orourk situated on south side of White Oak. Encapsulated. November 27, 1838.
36Saratoga Oil Field/Saratoga, Hardin County, Texas.
37Map of New Birmingham, Cherokee County, Texas.
38Map of subdivision of Mary E. Hopkins, Sur. #1, showing relative position to the town of Saratoga, Hardin Co., Texas.
39Map of Harriman, Tennessee.
40Map of Mary E Hopkins subdivision, Sur. #2, with relation to Saratoga and the Beaumont-Saratoga Oil and Pipe Line Co.'s well. June 21, 1902.
41Copy of Plat of Colorad Stock Farm of TB Wood Co.
42Certificate of Record. Masterson Irrigation Co. 2360 acres of land situated in San Jacinto, County. June 15, 1909.
43San Benito Irrigated Land Company. Blueprint.
44Exhibit "F." Cameron de la Garza.
45Map of Harlingen Townsite.
46Revised map of Ennis, Ellis County, Texas. Linen.
47Map of the town of Giddings, Washington County, Texas. Recorded January 30, 1909.
48Map of Raywood, Liberty County, Texas. Blueprint.
49May of Dayton Oil Field, Liberty County, Texas. Blueprint.
50Plat in the Chambers estate, Galveston County.
51Map of Buye League. October 31, 1903.
52Working sketch of Abandoned Surveys in Liberty County.
53Map of Davis Hill Oil Field. April 5, 1904.
54Santa Fe Railroad Branch-Navasota to Conroe. Fragmented.
55Moseley Baker 1 League. October 9, 1935.
56Map of Montgomery County. Linen.
57Part of the Geo. W. Louis Survey Abstract #313.
58Map of the Smith Huston Oil Fields, Montgomery County.
59Soil Map Louisiana Ovachita Street.
60Sketch plats.
61Nueces County. 1879.
62Sketch showing proposed Pipe Line across John Creamer Survey near the town of Orange, Orange County, Texas.
63Working sketch in Harrison County. General Land Office. August 27, 1909.
64125,000 acres. Solid body in Mitchell, Sterling and Coke Counties.
65Map of Duval County.
66Madison County, Walker County map. Blueprint.
67Map of the city of El Paso, Texas.
68Map of J. Dowell Ranch, Travis County, Texas. October 4-15, 1910.
69Sketch of Matagorda County, Texas showing a portion of lands owned by Ben E. Cabell and Lee Hughes.
70Calhoun, Jackson, Matagorda Counties.
71Map of Big Hill Oil Field, Matagorda County, Texas.
72Map of the Texas Coast Line from Galveston to Point Isabel. Proposed Rockhill toll Rd. April 7, 1914.
73Plat of John L. Cross 640 acres, Lewis Neal 428 acres, and PJ Willis 627 acres. Montgomery County, Texas.
74Map of Live Oak County. September 1879.
75J.P. Withers to C.L. Carter 15,000 acres out of the Llano Grande Grant. Blueprint.
76Tract from 1 to 5 inclusive, contain 315 acres each. Linen.
7714,000 acres of land in West, Texas. Blueprint.
78Plats of land-H.H. Cornwell, M.C. Tobin, N.F. Roberts, F. Hamilton. Blueprint.
79Sketch of Alfred M. Berd land. Linen.
80Map of New Sutherland Springs, Texas.
81Sketch of land plots 22-26, D-R.
82Sketch of Sanderson 200 acres near Columbia R.R. line.
83P.J. Chilers survey near Beaumont & Liberty Public Road and Nueches Canal.
84Sketch of plats of land acreage by several owners. Linen.
85Sketch of W.Wills, Wm. Barker, C.H. Stadler, etc. near H.E. and W.J. Rd.
86Sketch of North Half and South Half of Harry Goosby land.
87Sketch of unsold timber plats.
88Sketch of C. Davis property.
89Missouri Pacific Lines plan showing Add. R[ight] of W[ay] to be acquired from Mr. H.B. Masterson. October 8, 1926.
90Exhibit "A" New location. Tracing paper.
91Burkburnett Oil Fields showing Burk-Waggoner District "for sale."
92Sketch of acres adjoining Alamogordo near La Ruiz.
93Report and map on 434,000 acres of pine land in Chihuahua, Mexico.
94Map of Alamogordo.
95Cotton production of Georgia by Counties. US Census figures for seasons: 1899-1900, 1900-01, 1901-02.
96Map of Jefferson Davis Memorial Highway. January 1916.
97Map showing properties of the Alamogordo Improvement Company, Alamogordo Waterworks Company, and Alamogordo Water Power Company. 1912.
98Map of Alamogordo with valuation of lots.
99Plan of Mr. Harvey Elkins. Plan Number 48, Book 1. January 1832.
100Hammond's Guide Map of New Orleans. c1908.
101Map showing lands of [blanked out] situated in Starr County, Texas.
102Map of Greater Kansas City and guide. Fragmented.
103Map showing mine workings. Big Bend Cinnabar Mining Company.
104Map of Newton County.
105Sketch of lands in Waller County near Brookshire, Texas.
106General Land Office certified map plat of land in Newton County. March 1913.
107The Landa Lands of Cotulla, Texas. 1906.
108Map of Lands of the Bugbee Land and Cattle Company, Knox County, Texas.
109Sketch of the Andrew Morales League in Polk County, Texas.
110Map of Atascosa County. November 1879.
111Map of the East Half of the Jose de los Santos Coy League.
112Map showing Holdings of the American Rio Grande Land and Irrigation Company and J.P. Withers in the Llano Grande Grant. November 24, 1905.
113Map of Hidalgo County, Land Office. J.S. Daugherty, Houston, Texas.
114Complete map of Chiveno and Mora, Grants, Nacogdoches County, Texas. 2 copies. September 4, 1903.
115Vernon Parish, Louisiana compiled for Thomas C. Wingate.
116New map of Nacogdoches Oil Field. Made for the Nacogdoches Land Company.
117Plat of subdivision of the Christian Ihmsen Tract of 2057 4/10 acres of land on the Jose Maria Moro Grant of land in Nacogdoches County, Texas.
118Nacogdoches County, General Land Office. 1904.
119Altaloma, Galveston County, Texas.
120Map of Robertson County, Texas.
121S.E. Austin League #4.
122Report & map from Nacogdoches Land Company regarding Mark Roberts land.
123Map of Sierra Land [Juan Maria Sierra, Nacogdoches.]
124Map of Colony Oil Field, Nacogdoches County, Texas.
125Plat of Altaloma, Galveston County, Texas. Showing location of 10, 20, and 40 acre tracts.
126Map of a portion of the town of Hitchcock, Galveston County, Texas. 1888.
127Working sketch in Galveston County, with notes. January 1909.
128Working sketch in Galveston County, with notes. April 23, 1908.
129Map of the Jose Maria Viesca, 11 League Grant in Robertson and Leon Counties, Texas.
130Map showing subdivision of B. Wickson League in Fort Bend County, Texas for the Mennonite Colony near Richmond.
131Map of the part of Jose Maria Viesca Grant in Leon County. 1913.
132Sketch of tracts in Robertson and Leon Counties.
133Map of the part of the Jose Maria Viesca 11 League Grant lying in Robertson County, Texas.
134Sketch of J.L. Taylor Claim, Viesca Grant, Leon County, Texas.
135Map of lands in Leon & Madison Counties, Texas. Surveyed for H.N. Atkinson and H. Masterson. March 31, 1913.
136Hot Wells Park Addition to San Antonio, Texas.
137Rullmans Map of the city of San Antonio. c. 1890.
138Map of Dallas Land & Loan Company. Addition #2 to Oak Cliff, Dallas County, Texas.
139Revised map of Hutchins, Dallas, County, Texas.
140Sketch of creeks open and timber lands, Railroads [Fort Bend County].
141Map of Sartartia Plantation, Fort Bend County, Texas.
142Sketch of L.A. Ellis Homestead. Sartartia, Fort Bend County, Texas. 1902.
143Map showing 90.37 Acres of land in the N.E. corner of the Sarah Gilbert League. Fort Bend County, Texas.
144Report and sketch showing Taylor Tract in the Isaac McGary League. Fort Bend County, Texas. January 7, 1914.
145Sketch showing the Elijah Roark League, Fort Bend County. July 21, 1898.
146Masterson Irrigation Company subdivision of Samuel Lusk Survey San Jacinto, County. Fragmented and 1 reduced copy.
147Plot of the Liberty town leagues west of the Trinity River.

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Drawer 71: Masterson Collection (MS 468)

General note
Texas, Brazoria Co., original surveys, sketch maps of. (Some of these ink sketches on a tissue-like paper are stamped "Harris Masterson Papers: Rice Institute Library-Houston, TX"; all of these maps are probably a part of the Masterson Papers. See Harris Masterson I papers (MS 468):
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711Map of the Sanderson tract in Andrew Robinson league, Brazoria Co., TX. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282)
2Upper part of S.F. Austin 7 1/3 league. Shows H. Masterson tracts with others near Bernard River.
3Section 421; H.&W.; Alvin, Brazoria Co. Shows H. Masterson property.
4Section 237, H.T. & B.R.R.; Brazoria Co. Shows H. Masterson tracts.
5Upper part of S.F. Austin 7 1/3 league. Shows H. Masterson tract between Bernard and Brazos Rivers.
6Lower part of S.F. Austin 7 1/3 league. Shows H. Masterson tract on the Brazos River.
6Lower central part of S.F. Austin 7 1/3 league. Shows H. Masterson tract near Brazoria and Brazos River.
8J.M. Hays 312 acres, 8 miles east of Angleton. Shows H. Masterson tracts on or near Austin Bayou. Section 588.
9D. H. Hunter 1/4 league. Shows H. Masterson tract on Clear Creek. Section 76.
10East end of upper central portion of S.F. Austin 7 1/3 league. Shows H. Masterson tract, Brazoria, and Brazos River.
11P.D. McNeel League. Shows H. Masterson tract near Bernard River. Section 93.
12S.F. Austin 2 1/6 league. Shows H. Masterson tracts on Bernard River. Section 25.
13S. McNeel league. Shows H. Masterson tracts on or near Bernard River. Section 94.
14Section 26, A.C.H. & B., 2 miles northwest of Alvin. Shows H. Masterson tract near railroad line. #471.
15Section 23, H.T. & B.R.R.. Shows H. Masterson tract on line of GC&SFRR. #231.
16Section 23, H.T. & B.R.R.. Shows H. Masterson tract. #248.
17Section 20, H.T. & B.R.R., 3 miles northwest of Alvin. Shows H. Masterson tract near Mustang Slough. #473.
18S.F. Austin Bernard Labor. Shows H. Masterson tracts at mouth of Bernard River and on the Gulf. #34.
19S. Carter league. Shows H. Masterson tract in relation to Brazos River. #53.
20A.G. Reynolds league. Shows H. Masterson tracts. #121.
21E.S. Jones 1/3 league. Shows H. Masterson tracts. #314.
22Section 13, H.T. & B.R.R.. Shows H. Masterson tracts. #240.
23Section 14, H.T. & B.R.R.. Shows H. Masterson tracts. #449.
24Section 11, H.T. & B.R.R.. Shows H. Masterson tracts. #263.
25Section 23, H. & W .. Shows H. Masterson tracts near Alvin and line of GC&SFRR. #420.
26C. Smith league. Shows H. Masterson tract near Oyster Creek. #129.
27R.W.P. Carter Survey. Shows H. Masterson tract near Bastrop Bayou. #171.
28F. Moore league. Shows H. Masterson tract on or near Chocolate Bayou. #100.
29Section 28, H.T. & B.R.R., 2 miles southwest of Alvin. Shows H. Masterson tract. #472.
30Geo. Harrison league. Shows H. Masterson tract on Cedar Lake Bayou. #73.
31S.M. Williams league. Shows H. Masterson tracts near Bernard River and Mound Creek. #139.
32W. Harris 2/3 league. Shows H. Masterson tracts on or near Chocolate Bayou. #72.
33W.J. Russell Labor. Shows H. Masterson tract. #127.
34R.A. Murrie, 1280 acres. Shows B.T. & H. Masterson tract on lakes. #587.
35Geo. Tennille Lea. Shows H. Masterson tract. #131.
36M. Varner league. Shows H. Masterson tract. #133.
37Geo. Robinson league. Shows H. Masterson tract. #126.
38Wm. Roberts league. Shows tracts of H. Masterson and B.T. Masterson on or near Brazos River and Oyster Creek. #124.
39Section 37, H.T. & B.R.R .. Shows H. Masterson tract on line of GC&SFRR. #295.
40Section 80, H.T. & B.R.R., near Riceton. Shows H. Masterson tract. #564.
41H. H. Russell 1/3 league, 8 miles southeast of Angleton. Shows H. Masterson tract. #439.
42Section 11, Lavaca Navigation Co. Shows H. Masterson tract. #327.
43A. Robinson league. Shows lands near Brazos River and Oyster Creek. #125.
44B.C. Franklin league. Shows H. Masterson tract near Bernard River. #192.
45Map of a portion of SHEE (sic) 1/2 of H. Austin league #5 in Brazoria Co., TX. Showing location and area of H. Masterson's lands.
46H. Austin league #5. Shows H. Masterson tracts between Flores Bayou and Austin Bayou. #13.
47O. Jones league. Shows H. Masterson tracts. #78.
48H. Austin 13 labors. Show H. Masterson tracts on or near Austin Bayou. #10.
49Thomas Alsberry 2 leagues. Shows H. Masterson tract near Brazos River. #3.
50J.E.B. Austin 3 leagues. Shows H. Masterson tracts on Eagle Nest and Manor Lakes and on Brazos River. #17.
51Section 81, H.T. & B.R.R .. Shows H. Masterson tract. #300.
52Polly & Chance league. Shows H. Masterson tract. #119.
53St. E. Weaver 1258-1/2 acres. Shows H. Masterson tracts. #381.
54Z. Phillips league. Shows H. Masterson tracts on Bernard River. #118.
55H. Austin League 4. Shows H. Masterson tracts on or near Flores Bayou and Austin Bayou. #12.
56Shipman Charles Lea. H. Masterson tracts on or near Bernard River. #128.
57290.57 acres out of the John Hammeridge Survey for H.B. Masterson. September 4, 1925.
58San Antonio fault lines, dip observations, and well locations. March 15, 1927.
59Map of part of Will Martin's farm in S.M. Williams league.
60Surface structured map, Woodsboro area, Rufugio Co., TX. March 1941.
61Map showing round trip homeseekers' rates to all parts of Texas. February 10, 1909.
62Map of Jefferson Co., TX. February 1, 1904.
63Map of Houston and an approximate 5 mile radius. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282)
64King Bridge Co., Houston, TX. Detailed floor and lower cord plans, section (exhibit "A", Charles Funk).
65Warehouse no. 2, Farmers and Bankers Warehouse Building Assoc. (1) Building contract, (2) Cotton warehouse no. 2 equipment list, (3) Exhibit "B"- standard specifications, (4) Sections, (5) Plans. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282)
66Cotton warehouse no. 1, Farmers Union Warehouse Co., of Wewaka, Thirteenth District, Indian Territory. (1)Building contract, (2) Exhibit "A" - description of property, (3) Exhibit "B" - cotton warehouse no. 1 equipment list, (4) Exhibit "B"- standard specifications, (5) Sections, (6) Plans. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282)
67Exhibit "B"; maybe a section of a bridge, very old and in bad condition.
68Letter from Mimmi Co. Trimble to Mr. J.R. Masterson, from Montgomery, AL. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282) June 22, 1909.
69Map of "Saved in Travis Co.", showing the Elenor Mudd Plot, the Pease Plot, and two other plots. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282)
70Map of the correction of the river boundary line of the A. Calvit league, Robert B. Harris Co. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282)
71Letter from Elliott Cage, Attorney at Law (Houston, TX) to Mr. W.P. Phillips in Marshall, MO. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282) August 10, 1917.
72Letter from J.F. Stimmer, Gonzales State Bank and Trust Co., Gonzales, TX, to Elliott Cage, Attorney at Law, Houston, TX. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282) August 13, 1917.
73Land grant to the heirs of Thomas Fowler, Dec'd; 1/3 of a league in the Matagorda District; Gov. George T. Wood, no. 138, vol. 6. November 20, 1848.
74Land grant to T. George; 320 acres in Miriam District, Bell Co.; Gov. P.H. Bell, no. 348, vol. 6. March 16, 1852.
75Land grant to Martha Stewart; 1/3 of a league in Travis Co.; Gov. 8 George T. Wood, no. 490, vol. 2. March 18, 1849.
76Land grant to Charles B. Stewart; 22 917, 625/1,000,000 labors in Montgomery Co.; Gov. H.R. Runnels, no. 934, vol 12. July 13, 1858.
77Land grant to Samuel Meyer; 640 acres in Brazoria Co.; Gov. F.R. Lubbock, no. 15, vol. 12. November 23, 1861.
78Land grant to Samuel Meyer; 640 acres in Harris Co.; Gov. Lubbock, no. 11 , vol. 12.
79Land grant to Hearsoof Jacob Karcher; 640 acres in Harris Co.; Gov. Lubbock, no. 260, vol. 36. July 11, 1862.
80Land grant to Arabella R. Peel; 640 acres in Brazoria Co.; Gov. Lubbock, no. 54, vol. 12. August 18, 1862.
81Land grant to Mary R. Dumble; 640 acres in Brazoria Co.; Gov. Lubbock, no. 56, vol. 12. August 18, 1862.
82Land grant to Aaron Coffee; 640 acres in Brazoria Co.; Gov. Lubbock, no. 69, vol. 12. September 10, 1862.
83Land grant to Wm. P. Backster; 177 acres in Limestone Co.; Gov. Edmund J. Davis, no. 87, vol. 8. October 12, 1870.
84Land grant to the International & Great Northern Railroad Co.; 640 acres in Matagorda Co.; Gov. Richard Coke, no. 293, vol. 28. July 24, 1876.
85Land grant to International & Great Northern Railroad Co.; 640 acres in Matagorda Co.; Gov. Richard Coke, no. 299, vol. 28. July 25, 1876.
86Land grant to the International & Great Northern Railroad Co.; 54.7 acres in Matagorda Co.; Gov. R.B. Hubbard, no. 70, vol. 36. January 30, 1877.
87Land grant to Susan A. Good; 640 acres in Floyd Co.; Gov. A.B. Hubbard, no. 143, vol. 43. February 16, 1878.
88Land grant to Branch F. Masterson; 640 acres in Brazoria Co.; Gov. John Ireland, no. 377, vol. 35. March 27, 1885.
89Land grant to A.A. Talmage and James W. O'Donnell; 644 acres in Brazoria Co., sec. no. 12; Gov. Hogg signature; no 267, vol. 14. April 17, 1894.
90Land grant to Samuel Raymond; 320 acres in Ft. Bend Co.; Gov. Horton signature; no. 116, vol. 3. September 7, 1846.
91Land grant to C. E. Gregory; 528 acres in Brazoria Co.; Gov. Ross signature; no. 177, vol 27. August 19, 1887.
92Land grant to Frank Hamilton; 206 acres in Brazoria Co.; Gov. Hogg signature; no. 269, vol. 12. October 21, 1893.
93Land grant to A.A. Talmadge & James M. O'Donnell; 640 acres in Brazoria Co; Gov. Hogg signature; no. 266, vol. 14. April 16, 1894.
94Land grant to Branch Masterson; 1280 acres in Brazoria Co.; Gov. John Ireland signature; no. 141, vol. 6. February 11, 1886.
95Land grant to Branch Masterson; 640 acres in Brazoria Co.; Gov. John Ireland signature; no. 43, vol. 6. July 10, 1885.
96Land grant to A.A. Talmadge & James M. O'Donnell; 640 acres in Brazoria Co.; Gov. Hogg signature; no. 458, vol. 13. March 24, 1893.
97Land grant to W.R. Blailock & J.R. Smith; 320 acres in Jefferson Co.; Gov. Joseph D. Sayers signature; no. 458, vol. 20. June 18, 1901.
98Land grant to the heirs of R.W.P. Carter, Dec'd in Brazoria Co.; Pres. Anson Jones signature, no. 102, vol. 4. February 20, 1896.
99Map of Vernon Parish Louisiana, shows tract owned by Florien Giaugue, Cincinnati, Ohio.
100Map of Davis and J.R. Shannon's land in Brazoria, TX. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282) 189?
101Map showing the partitioning of the Mimme Estate.
102Survey of part of a 357.75 acre tract in J.P. Cockrell Survey, Harris and Fort Bend Co. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282) February 10, 1919.
103Plat of 11-1/2 acres, J.T. Boyles Minors, Wilson and Harris, 2 leagues, located 1-3/4 miles from the Houston city limits on Buffalo Bayou. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282) August 1908.
104Survey of the McGowan addition. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282)
105Map of the Saratoga Oil Field. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282)
106Subdivision of acre lot 12 from the Heart tract out of the S. Jackson league, Hardin Co., TX. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282)
107Sketch of Battle, Berry and Williams league, Matagorda Co. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282) October 12-13, 1923.
108Plot of Henry Austin league #6. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282)
109Map showing abstract 569-A.A. Ballard (640 acres, Homer (320 acres), H. Masterson (160 acres), and B.J. Masterson (160 acres)). (Removed to MS 468 Box 282)
110Map showing abstract 463, section 24, F&GNRR. Showing H. Masterson, 10 acres. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282)
111Map showing the division of lots between Milam and Marrell streets, executed by H. Masterson, Attorney at Law, Brazoria, TX. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282) 188?
112Plat of the J.E.A. Phelps league, H. Stevens, C.S.B.C. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282) February 1976.
113Map of section 34 track N.C. 9W., showing pasture and swampy land and how many rooms in each house.
114Map on graph paper showing 180,000 acres in Pasco Co. & Hernando Co., Township Paper no. 335 (in 3 pieces).
115House plans #19, Houston Town Lot Improvement Co. (Harry J. Jefferies, CarrieS. Jefferes).
116House plans #26, Rogers & Webb, Houston, TX.
117House plans #23, Houston Town Lot Improvement Co., W.A. Cooke, Arch.
118Plans for a Theater with Stones saloon & offices. Cooke & Co., architects.
119House plans #28, Rogers & Webb, Houston, TX.
120Floor plans for an Apartment House.
121House plans #6, Rogers & Webb, Houston, TX.
122House plans- preliminary design. 4 sheets.
123Plans for the Meadowbrook Cotton Mills, Barker, TX, for the Meadowbrook Cotton Mills Co., Ernest A. Mayo, architect, Chicago.
124Map showing land subdivision along the arroyo Colorado River (Palmetal Comp).
125Map showing lands for sale by F.Z. Bishop at Harlingen, Cameron Co., TX.
126Map showing the Palmetal Co. subdivision of sections 281-5 Harlingen, Cameron Co., TX. 191?
127Map-duplicate of above, but marked differently.
128Brochure on Plametal Farms & Arroyo Front Gardens. March 26, 1912.
129Document describing the rights & grants of the Harlingen Land & Water Co. as acknowledged by the County of Cameron 12-29-1914. Also, map showing lands & main canals of the Harlingen Land & Water Co. August 25, 1909.
130Map showing the Palmetal Orchard Subdivision.
131Map showing the subdivisions of land owned by the Harlingen Land & Water Co., Harlingen, Cameron Co., TX. August 24, 1908.
132Map showing surveys 138-139 and road to be built (fragment).
133Plot of subdivision of survey no. 138, G.C. and S.F.R.R. Co. August 3, 1917.
134Map showing the San Pedro de Carracito Grant & Irrigation.
135Map showing Tule Subdivision E, Exhibit D.
136Map showing Subdivision 6, Exhibit D (on Colorado River).
137Map showing Subdivision F, Exhibit E.
138Map of Harlingen & surroundings.
139Map of surveys 138-139.
140Map of Harlingen (fragment).
141Map showing blocks no. 19, 20, 32, & 33, Harlingen Land & Water Co. subdivision, Cameron Co., TX. February 24, 1922.
142Map showing Harlingen TX, & subdivision of Irrigated Truck farms adjacent thereto.
143Map showing location of shipping pens & unloading platform on townsite reserve, Harlingen, TX.
144Blueprint of above.
145Map showing Harlingen Townsite & Brickyard.
146Map of La Feria Water Improvements District, Cameron Co., no.3, La Feria, TX. (2 copies). 1917.
147Map of lands & main canals, Harlingen Land & Water Co. August 25, 1909.
148Map of Dilworth Ranch showing Irrigation System, La Feria, Cameron Co., TX.
149Map of La Feria Mutual Canal Co. canal system, La Feria, Cameron Co., TX.
150Map of La Feria Water Improvement District, Cameron Co., TX, no 3, La Feria, TX. 1917.

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Drawer 72: Masterson Collection, Maps and Blueprints (MS 468)

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721Positive photocopy of Map of Texas. Containing the Latest Grants & Discoveries, by E.F. Lee. Cincinnati: 1836. (Missing)
2Positive photocopy, Map of the City of San Antonio and the Fortification of the Alamo, 1836. From an original drawing by Col. Ignacio de Labastida. (Missing)
3Positive photocopy of map, Texas, by T.G. Bradford, 1838. (Missing)
4Negative photocopy, Map of Texas, Compiled from Surveys on Record in the General Land Office of the Republic, by Richard S. Hunt & Jesse F. Randel. N.Y.: 1847. (Missing)
5Photocopy of S.P. Hollingsworth Survey, 1838.
6Photocopy of S.P. Hollingsworth Survey, 1838. (reversed)
7Map of the Southern Pacific Railroad through Harrison County. Texas 1872 adapted from map executed in 1860 by R. Higham ...
8Copy of Deed: Cage & Masterson to Joseph Caufal. Book 226 page 217. In the Christiana Williams Sur. Harris Co. TX.
9Sketch of John Merry Survey showing H. Masterson land.
10Sketch of David Harris Survey of H. Masterson 1000 acres on San Jacinto River in N. Harris Co.
11Fieldnotes for 125 acres surveyed for Chas. Schneider, out of the E. Williams survey, Harris Co., TX with sketch of same.
12Sketch showing survey of 50 acres surveyed by T. Shook out of the N.E. part of Harris Masterson 1000 acres off of the south side of the David Harris League in the Northern part of Harris Co., TX. Surveyed 9/29 & 30/05. J.W. Gillespie, surveyor.
13Two maps of Hedge, Holder & Steel Surveys on Green's Bayou, Harris Co., TX.
14Map of Jas. W. Swayne's subdivision Wirt-Davis. Sour Lake Oil Field Hardin Co., TX. D.L. Slataper, C. E. surveyor, Sour Lake, TX (2 copies).
15Map of proposed industrial development by Southern Pacific lines in Rice Tract, Houston, Jan. 15, 1928. Office of Ch. Engr.
16Map of Shoe-String and R.E. Brooks subdivision of the Sour Lake Oil Field, Hardin County, TX.
17Subdivision of lots 8 & 9 out of the Wirt-Davis subdivision of the Cleveland Subdivision out of the Jackson League. Mrs. Bettie Bryan, Agent, Houston & Sour Lake (2 copies).
18Map of 178 4/10's acres in Rob't Mellor 320 acre survey in Hardin Co., TX.
19Map of R.E. Brooks subdivision of Jackson League, Hardin Co., TX, inscribed with affadavits dated May 28, 1903.
20Map of R.L. Cox subdivision blocks 11, 12, 13 of R.E. Brooks Tract of Wirt-Davis 28 3/4 acre survey of Jackson League. Sour Lake Oil Field Hardin County, TX.
21Notarized earnest receipt, signed E.L.R. Wheelock, witnessed by Ben W. Chilton, notary public, Jefferson Co., TX, Nov. 13, 1903 (very fragile). (Removed to MS 468 Box 282)
22Plot of E.L.R. Wheelock and Matt Russell subdivision of 1915 acres tract off East end of a 79 acre tract out of F.H. Green 1/3 league, Hardin Co., TX.
23Map of part of Sour Lake Oil Field, on brown paper (fragile).
24Recorrected map of subdivision of the Briscoe tract in the Wm. Harris League, Hardin Co, TX.
25Fragment of map of Sour Lake Oil Field in the Stephen Jackson league, Hardin Co., TX.
26Map of the Humble Oil Field, March 1905 (2 copies).
27Map of 386.6 acres out of the Christiana Williams Survey in Harris County. Surveyed July 29, 1909.
28B.S.L. & W. Ry. Plat showing additional right of way required for station grounds through the property of P.M. Granbury and H. Masterson in David Harris Survey, Harris Co., TX.
29Goose Creek and Vicinity, Harris Co., TX.
30Oil field near Goose Creek, Harris Co., TX.
31Sketch showing lands in south 1/2 of J.H. Callahan deeded by J.W. Fogg and his heirs as recorded in deed records Harris Co., Feb. 1913.
32Map of Sydnor's addition and Swiney's addition of Buffalo Bayou.
33Map of section of downtown Houston showing Pease, Jefferson, Calhoun, Pierce avenues, and St. Charles, Live Oak, and Rice streets.
34Map of holdings of the Land Slide Oil Company, Humble, Harris Co., TX.
35Map of town of Crosby, Harris Co., TX. July 18, 1903 (torn).
36Map of the Wm. H. Scott 500 acre tract in the Wm. Scott league, Harris Co., TX, showing the part still owned by heirs of Jno. L. Bryan, June 1908.
37Copy of portion of "Connected Map of Austin's Colony, commenced by S.F. Austin, 1833, completed by J.F. Perry, 1837," showing lands along Cypress Bayou. Attested to by J.H. Walker, Chief Clerk & Acting Commissioner of the General Land Office of Texas, April 9, 1912.
38Map of property on Galveston Bay at Red Bluff.
39Map of Bungalow Addition to the City of Houston, between White Oak Bayou & Washington St.
40Map of connection between Wheeler Ave. and Uglow St., city of Houston, Nov. 29, 1919, Howe & Wise (very fragile). [Uglow St. now Wheeler, east of Chenevert]
41Penciled map of lands on Cypress Bayou (torn).
42Map of proposed Belt Junction City subdivision, Harris Co., TX. August 1907.
43Map showing the Allen Compromise Subdivision of Elizabeth Turnbow League in Hardin Co., TX. (3 copies)
44Map of portion of downtown Houston, bordered by Preston, San Jacinto, Walker, and Milam, showing location of buildings. Calls Rice Hotel "new building."
45Map showing subdivision of J. Dannenbaum's acres & J. Pollak's acres out of the C.C. Shelby 1/3 league situated near Humble, Harris Co., TX. July 23, 1903.
46Map of lands along Neches River & Village Creek, A.B. Doucette, practical surveyor, Beaumont, TX.
47Map of Humble Oil Field.
48Whitty's map of Sour Lake Oil Field, July 1, 1903 (torn).
49Map of Humble Oil Field. Showing producing wells.
50Sketch of the W.R. Baker addition in the S.P. Hollingsworth survey in the Jno. Austin two leagues, in Harris Co., TX. May 1909.
51Sketch showing the location of the Kilpper 6 1/3 acre in the S.E. corner of lot 20 of lower tier of lots in Harris & Wilson 2 leagues. Harris Co., TX. A.E. Stinson, Surveyor, Jan. 1909.
52Map showing block 84 of James Holman Sur., Harris Co., TX. Feb 22, 1907.
53Map of El Beaumont Consolidated Oil Co's lands, Jefferson Co., TX 1901. On reverse: the story of the Lucas Gusher.
54Map of Spindle-top Heights. Showing the property of the Beaumont Confederated Oil and Pipeline Co.
55Sketch of the subdivision of the north part of the Driscoll tract as made by the Commissioners of Partitions in the case of Heddenburg vs McKinnon. W.A. Polk Co. Sur.- shows area around intersection of Dowling & Bell Ave., Houston.
56Sketch of north part of the Driscoll tract as made by the commissioners of partition in the case of Heddenberg vs. McKinnon. Part of the James Welles Survey. James H. Berry C. E.
57Map showing location of the line dividing lots 2 & 3 of the Hollingsworth survey N.S.B.B. Houston. Adjoining Glenwood Cemetary. A.E. Stinson, surveyor, 6/11/09.
57aSketch showing survey for Harris Masterson out of lot 3 of the Hollingsworth survey on the north side of Buffalo Bayou in the city of Houston as per deed from A.S. Allen to Harris Masterson dated June 11, 1902. Surveyed December 26, 1904.
58Map of subdivision of Blocks 36-38, "Spindle-top Heights." The Hogg-Swayne Syndicate Track.
59Map of some parts of Spindle-top Oil Field, showing Hogg-Swayne Syndicate tract (2 copies).
60Map showing 42,000 acres owned by Port Arthur Land Co., and the locations of Port Arthur, Beaumont, Sabine Lake, Sabine Pass, and the Government Jetties.
61Map of the Cleveland land "Spindle-top Heights," John A. Veatch Survey, Jefferson Co., TX. August 18, 1897. Showing 450 acms for sale with price per acre.
62Sketch of #61 with affidavits inscribed.
63Sketch from Jefferson Co. General land office, May 1901 showing John A. Veatch and other surveys.
64Sketch of land north of Buffalo Bayou, showing Glenwood and German cemetaries.
65Map showing lands originally granted to the Houston & Texas Central Railway Co. in Harris and Waller Counties, Texas.
66Sketch, enlargement of portion of #65, State General Land Office, Austin, TX. July 6, 1897. "fee $2.00"
67Map of lands south of intersection of Thompson's Creek and "G.C.S.F.R.R." (brown paper).
68Map of East Houston, with advertisement for sale of lots there, by Jos. H. Agent, General Manager, Houston, TX.
69Sketch in Harris Co., TX showing the location of 33.6 acres of land known as the Echols Inclosure out of the Northeastern portion of the Swain 350 acre portion of J.T. Harrell survey. Surveyed May 22, 1914 by A.E. Stinson.
70Copy of Hollingsworth Survey, Surveyed by S.P. Hollingsworth , April 20, 1838. Filed in Clerks office, Harris Co., July 6, 1838. City Engineers office, Houston, TX, October 4, 1867 (A true copy from the original).
71Sketch of block bounded on 2 sides by Terry St. and Burnett St. Surveyed by John W. Maxey, C.E., Houston, TX (discolored).
72Sketch of subdivision along White Oak Bayou. "Exhibit B" (discolored).
73Sketch showing property of either side of Buffalo Bayou, clown from Harrisburg Site (discolored with holes).
74Sketch showing old improvements on the Victor Blanco Five League grant in Harris Co., TX, July 1908, by A. E. Stimson (very fragile, in 3 pieces).
75Map of Keith Ward Addition to the City of Beaumont, TX. J.W. Bullock League. December 9, 1902. Daniell Bros., Engineers.
76Map of lands belonging to Wm. Weiss, Beaumont, TX. June 17, 1901.
77Map of J.H. Burnetts' "Hadley-Franklin Addition Annex" being a subdivision of part of the J.W. Johnson 10 acres out of the H Hadley 100 acre tract in the 0. Smith survey. Survey by A.E. Stimson, Feb. 1900 (torn).
78Plat of Jno. A. Veatch survey. Lot 34-1/6 x 1275 (in 2 pieces).
79Plat of John A. Veatch survey north of and adjoining th13 north of Stephen Jackson League at Sour Lake, Hardin County, TX, as entered in decree of partition in cause no. 281 D.C. Hardin Co. Subdivided into acre lots of 34-1/6 x 1275 ft. South East corner of lot #1 is South East corner of Veatch survey (4 copies).
79aPlat of John A. Veatch survey (5 copies).
79bPlat of John A. Veatch survey Lots 34-1/6 x 1275 (2 copies, c.2. torn).
80Map of Masterson, Davis, & Tackaberry subdivision of lots #149-152, John A. Veatch Survey, Hardin Co., TX.
81Map of the P. Henderson Survey that was fenced in 1891 by Middlebrook "Kennedy vs Middlebrook" (brown paper).
82Map of subdivision of the F.H. Green 1/3 league & Willis Donahoe league.
83Sketch of properties either side of Tyler-Hardin County line, at "Village Mills."
84Map of the Sour Lake Oil field showing Cash & Luckel's subdivision of lots 196-204 adjoining same in the Veatch Survey, Hardin Co. , TX. John A. Donaldson, surveyor.
85Plat of Robert Miller 320 acre survey located in Hardin Co., TX. J.M. Hall, surveyor.
86Map of the J.E. Burke survey in Hardin Co., TX about 3 miles N 25°E from Sour Lake. Showing subdivision of H. Masterson's 50 acres tract out of the center of the East one half as said survey.
87Map of Reuben Wood League, showing subdivision, Feb. 21, 1904.
88Map of Reuben Wood League, Hardin Co., TX. showing subdivision. No date (folded).
89Map of unidentified subdivision (This is the Allen Compromise Subdivision of E. Turnbow League, Hardin Co., TX (very fragile, very torn, in 2 pieces, brown paper folded).
90Map showing the Allen Compromise Subdivision of Elizabeth Turnbow League in Hardin County, TX (2 copies).
91Plat showing subdivision of E. Turnbow League, Hardin Co., TX (4 copies).
92Map showing the compromise subdivision of E. Turnbow League, Hardin Co., TX. Red marks indicate tracts covered by deed from L.C. Masterson Trustee, H. Masterson & Jas. U. Vincent to C.M. Votow & John T. South. October 30, 1907.
93Map showing Allen Compromise subdivision, E. Turnbow League, Hardin Co., TX with blue duplicate (fragile).
94Map of property around Sour Lake.
95Map of the R.E. Brooks subdivision of the Jackson League, Sour Lake Oil field, Hardin Co., TX.
96Map of Humble Oil Field.
97Map of A.S. Fisher's subdivision of 727 acres of land. A part of the Augustin Martinez de Lajarza survey, in Hardin Co., TX Batson Prairie Oil field. January 20, 1904.
98Map of holdings of the Land Slide Oil Company, Humble, Harris Co., TX.
99Map of McFaddin, Weiss and Kyle Land Co's subdivision of the Pelham Humphrey League, Jefferson Co., TX (2 copies).
100Map of McFaddin, Weiss and Kyle Land Co's subdivision of Cleveland land "Spindle-top Heights," John A. Veatch Grant, Jefferson Co., TX.
101Map of McFaddin, Weiss and Kyle Land Co. subdivision of Spindle-top Heights showing all gushers struck up to date on the "Hill." Sep. 7. 1901.
102Map of surburban additions to Beaumont, TX, including W.E. Black's 1st and 2nd additions to Iowa Colony, July 5, 1899.
103Partial copy of Otley's Deliniation of the South East Texas Oil Belt. For sale by E. Szafir, General Agent, Beaumont, TX.
104Clark & Courts map of Jefferson County and Beaumont and Sour Lake Oil Fields, May 1901.
105Map showing territory immediately surrounding the Beaumont Oil Field, Jefferson Co., TX. Compiled & published by Nelson & White Eng's (torn).
106Map of Houston, Harris Co., TX. P. Whitty, Civil Engineer and Land Surveyor, Houston, TX. 1900.
107Map of Harris Co., TX, by P. Whitty. Shows major property owners.
108Map of J.O. Ross property,. W.R. Baker addition, North side, Buffalo Bayou, City of Houston. Surveyed April 1, 1915. J. Boyles, Civil Eng.
109Map of part of Baker Addition, North side., Buffalo Bayou, Houston, TX. Shows Ross & Masterson Land. (2 copies, copy 2 with 3 letters: Ira P. Jones to J.O. Ross [copy], May 7, 1915; Ross to Judge A. Masterson, Sept. 22, 1915; Ross to Masterson, Oct. 10, 1915, concerning a boundary dispute). (Letters removed to MS 468 Box 282)
110Map of the Bungalow Addition to the City of Houston.
111Sketch showing the location of 9.83 acres of land in Lot 21 of the Hollingsworth subdivision of the Jno. Austin 2 league grant situated about 2 miles ... from the courthouse in the city of Houston as surveyed Jan. 8, 1895 by J.C. Polk ...
112Sketch showing a subdivision near Slaughter Pen Bayou, extension of McKinney Ave., Telephone Rd., etc.
113Map of streets including Ruby Ave., Lena Ave., Murrey Ave., Koenig Ave., Watts, Harris, Courtley Ave., etc.
114Sketch of Houston streets: Leland, Pease, Jefferson, Calhoun, Pierce, Live Oak, Gray, Shepherd, Webster, St. Charles.
115Map of Block 3 Hollingsworth, Houston, TX. Surveyed December 1907.
116Map of South Harrisburg 600 acres controlled and for salle by Elmen & Co. Ground Floor, Stewart building.
117Two plats of Belt Junction City. A suburb of Houston, TX. Proposed shopyards & transfer stations of the Trinity and Brazos Valley Railway, the Beaumont Sour Lake & western railway; the Houston Belt & other Yoakum Roads, December 1906. Each copy marked differently.
118Map of South Houston, industrial & residence suburb of Houston, TX. Harris County with advertisements, some lots marked with red pencil (very torn).
119Part of a map showing property along Brays Bayou (2 copies).
120Sketch showing property owned at intersection of Westfield & Atascoceta Rds.
121Map showing a subdivision bordered by Clark Street, Sumpter & 1st Sts.; Whitty Ave., and T. & N.O.R.R. (2 pieces).
122Map showing landowners south of Houston to Brazoria Co. line, also rail lines.
123Large map of Hardin County from the General Land Office, May 1898 (folded).
124Map of Harris Co., TX showing principle landowners. Texas Map & Blueprinting Co.
125Sketch of J. McClosky League, Abstract SA. Shows H. Masterson Land.
126Sketch showing fence encroachments in Meadow and Stonewall St. on tract block 14 Sydnor Addition assessed by Jno. S. Stewart. Also encroachments in Meadow St. on tract block 19 same addition assessed by B.J. Dodge.
127Sketch showing the Menard Homestead in Harris Co., TX.
128Sketch in Harris County showing 32 1/4 acres in the Ritson Morris League surveyed for Mrs. A.B. Menard, May 6, 1912. J.W. Gillespie, Surveyor.
129Sketch of Mrs. A.B. Menard's 28.28 acres near Clear Lake with inbed in notation.
130Same as above but without notation.
131Sketch showing the Mrs. A.B. Menard 31.77 acre tract out of the Riston Morris League in Harris Co., Texas. Surveyed Oct. 5, 1912. A.E. Stimson, surveyor.
132Sketch of Clear Lake and Mrs. A.B. Menard's land, etc.
133Earnest receipt received by H. Masterson 500.00 as part payment for two tracts, one containing 4 acres and the other 28.28 acres. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282)
134Revised map of the town of Crosby, Harris County.
135Sketch of Clear Lake from Record of Deeds, Book "Y", p. 371 (damaged-holes).
136Sketch showing the J.C. Megginson Survey in Harris Co., TX.
137Legal title to L.A. Daniel of Montgomery County for pine timber on portion of George W. Louis. Survey with map.
138Map showing conflict between the El Canutillo Grant of El Paso Co., TX and the Santa Teresa Grant of Dona Ana Co., NM (torn).
139Plot showing Mrs. E.H. Nitze's 33 acres in the S.M. Williams League and its surroundings as surveyed by J.W. Gillespie. June 24, 1899.
140Sketch of land plots including Reuben Wood (clipped with #139).
141Merchants & Planters Oil Co. blue print.
142Map of Sour Lake Oil Field and subdivision. Maps of all counties in the state. For sale by P. Whitty, corner of Main and Preston Sts. Houston, TX.
143Section no. 23, Hooper & Wade survey, Brazoria Co., TX. On reverse affadavit dated January 4, 1900. Also affadavit signed by H. Masterson, November 1890 (in 2 pieces). (Removed to MS 468 Box 282)
144Map of Smith's 1915 subdivision, J.H. Bell League, Brazoria Co., TX.
145Sketch showing part of Grey & Moore League on Bernard River (poor condition, in 4 pieces).
146Map of the E.S. Jones Survey in Brazoria Co. showing subdivisions of the part owned by H. Masterson. Also section 11 H.J. & B.R.Y. J.A. Donaldson Surveyor (2 copies).
147Plot of part of Francis Moore League, Brazoria Co., as subdivided for Dr. H.M. Hewitt on Franklin Grove. June 6, 1896.
148Map showing land owned by H. Masterson & others. On reverse, "Brazoria."
149Plat showing land belonging to South Texas Development Co. between the Bernard River & Linville Bayou, Brazoria Co. With ("1) Letter dated January 8, 1909, from Gaines & Corbett, lawyers of Bay City, to Mr. Harry Masterson concerning a land dispute; (2) a summons to South Texas Development Co. & H. Masterson, to appear in Brazoria Co. Court on a suit over the matter dated January 26, 1909; (3) a copy of the petition for suit, with county clerk's endorsement.
150Map of lands belonging to Milo Tomlinson and others on the Bernard River. By R.H. Barrow, Plain Surveyor.
151Map of Henry & Stephen F. Austin surveys, with certification dated June 30, 1894.
152Map showing subdivision of upper 3/4 of the John Brown 1/4 1'g granted in Brazoria & Galveston Co's. owned by Dave & H. F. Cohen, Houston, TX. Surveyed December 1908, J.A. Donaldson, sur.
153Sketch of part of Brazoria County, General Land Office, September 22,1886 (damaged-holes). (Removed to MS 468 Box 282)
154Map of Gothland, Brazoria Co., TX (2 copies).
155Map of Gothland. Property of M.A., J.H., and W.W. Hoskins. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282)
156Field notes and map of Caldwell tract in J.H. Bell grant on Bell's Creek near West Columbia, Brazoria Co., TX.
157Sketch of section 12, H.T. & B.R.R. Abstract 508. Showing land belonging to H. Masterson, 1 mile south of Pearland.
158Sketch of section 1, H.T. & B.R.R. Abstract 226. Showing land belonging to H. Masterson & L.E. Moore on Mustang Bayou.
159Sketch of subdivision along Mound Creek-San Bernard River with "Zeno Phillips" on corner. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282)
160Sketch of boundaries of George W. Moller Homestead out of H. Austin nos. 4 & 5 Brazoria Co., TX. Surveyed Oct 21-22, 1904.
161Map of Darst land, with a letter dated 7/2/17 from W.T. Williams to Judge H. Masterson about litigation concerning the property.
162Plat showing land owned by the South Texas Development Co., E.S. Jones, Sur. & sec. 11, H.T. & B.R.R., Brazoria, Co., TX, Sept. 15, 1905.
163Plat of section no. 6, H.T. & B.R.R. Co. Surveyed Oct. 11-13, 1894 R.W. Priest, Surveyor. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282)
164Map of Alvin Town site.
165Map of subdivision of Upper 757 acre tract in Francis Moore League Brazoria Co., TX with affadavit signed by H. Masterson, June 1, 1894.
166Map of sections 21 & 22 and subdivisions. L.M. Disney, Land Agent, Alvin, TX.
167Map of N.E. 1/2 section 23 H. & W. divided into 10 acre tracts, L.M. Disney, Alvin, TX.
168Map showing H. Masterson land on Hall's Bayou in Brazoria Co. Exterior lines of J.R. Brown & A.G. Reynolds surveys. Wm R. Stockwell, Depy. Sur. (2 copies).
169Plat of H.P. Radcliff's subdivision of sections 4 & 6 H.T. & B.R.R. Brazoria, Co., TX, May 1908.
170Map of Rowan Townsite, Brazoria County (2 copies).
171Map of Rowan, Brazoria Co., TX with affadavit, blanks not filled in, 1908.
172Map of Charles Brown's subdivision of 137.15 acres in the J.H. Bell League 6/25/01 with sketch of same.
173Map of H. Masterson's subdivision of the D.B. Damon Tract in A. Darst League at Damon's Mound. Brazoria Co., TX (2 copies).
173aMap of H. Masterson's subdivision of the D.B. Damon Tract in A. Darst League, at Damon's Mound, Brazoria Co., TX. c.2 with affadavit signed H. Masterson & dated June 3, 1901.
174Sketch of subdivision of lands belonging to Darst Family (2 copies).
175Map of Damon's Mound subdivision no. 2, A. Darst League, Brazoria Co., TX, May 16, 1901 (2 copies).
176Plot of A. Darst League.
177Plat showing divided line between D.B. Damon and S.W. Damon tracts in Damon's Mound according to agreement between H. Masterson and Taylor & Heaslip, Aug. 5, 1901.
178Map of Damon Mound & vicinity. T.L. Smith, Jr. Civil Engr. May 6, 1901.
179Sketch of Quarles tract, S.F. Austin League.
180Map of Grey & Moore League on Bernard River.
181Working sketch in Brazoria County, General Land Office, July 26, 1897. Land along Clear Creek.
182Sketch of Angier, Hall & Bradley League. Abstract 6. Showing H. Masterson land along Chocolate Bayou.
183Map of the D.B. Damon 157 acre tract in the A. Darst League as surveyed and subdivided in 1901 by J.A. Donaldson, 6/8/17.
184Map of cultivated land on Manor place 1897, as surveyed by J.A. Donaldson; with list of tenants.
185Map of D.B. Damon 157 Acre tract on Damon's Mound.
186Map of the Wisdom Subdivision of Damon's Mound, Brazoria Co., TX, May 17, 1901.
187Map of a tract of 260 acres of land surveyed for Wm. Masterson out of J.W. Hall League no. 11 Brazoria Co., December 1902.
188Sketch in Brazoria Co.,TX showing the location of the S.E. 1/4 of H.T. & B.R.R. Section #83. Surveyed March 1902.
189Map of section 84, H.T. & B.R.R., showing subdivision and name of present owner, March 7, 1896.
190Sketch showing position of Dunbaugh Survey with relation to H.T. & B. Block.
191Map of S.T. Angier surveys.
192Map of the Oliver Jones league situated in the western part of Brazoria Co. on the head-waters of Cedar Lake Bayou. On reverse, certification dated July 10, 1888.
193Plat of league no. 5 granted to Henry Austin, on Austin's Bayou.
194Map of land at the junction of May's Creek and Chocolate Bayou.
195Plat showing position of Ballinger Place, near Brenham on the Brazos River in Brazoria Co.
196Sketch showing Harry Masterson's land between Chocolate Bayou and Flore's Bayou along Brownsville Rail Road. June 20, 1905.
197Map of the S.M. Williams Grant as subdivided among the owners and the George Tenille Grant showing "The Underwood Pasture." Attached smaller map shows surrounding area.
198Sketch of W.D.C. Hall League 4428 A. in Brazoria & Harris Co's. Also, letter dated Aug. 5, 1896 from H.H. MacNicoll to H. Masterson relative to land dispute. (Removed to MS 468 Box 282)
199Map of Alvin and surrounding acres. G.W. Durant & Co.
200Two maps. One of Whiteside 154 acres on Oyster Creek, one of Lanier Place, 136 acres, and Freedmantown 89 acres.
201Map of W.L. Sweeney's plantation.
202Map of the Phelps plantation in the J.E.A. Phelps League, Brazoria Co. Surveyed April 1906. Two copies.
203Plat of Big Mound in Hoskins Pasture, showing subdivisions into one-acre lots with affadavits dated May 30, 1902.
204Map of Sandy Point, Brazoria Co.
205Map of land in Brazoria Co. Inscribed with "Was this in deed to Maye? H.M."
206Sketch in the north of Brazoria Co, east of Malvern (in 2 pieces).
207Sketch in Brazoria County showing land surveys betwee1n Hall's and Chocolate Bayou (fragile). On reverse and addition to ttle City of Taylor.
208Sketch of 500 acres of land out of the Henry Austin no. 4 about 5 miles E. of Angleton on Flores Bayou Brazoria Co., TX. Jan 15-17, 1905.
209Map of Henry Austin's Survey no. 4.
210Map of Wiley Martin 4428 acres grant. Brazoria Co., 6 miles N. 48 W. from Columbia. Shows H. Masterson property.
211Map of subdivision of E. 1/2 of Austin no. 4.
212Map showing a part of the Thos. Alsberry 2 league grant in Brazoria and Fort Bend County.
213Map of lands in H. Austin League no. 4 between Austin, Flores, & Bastrop Bayou.
214Plat showing the Wheelright land out of the William Prater League Brazoria Co., TX.
215Map of "Area as staked by Harris" on Austin Bayou.
216Map of a strip of land between Oyster Creek & the Brazos River.
217Map showing the partition of the Dunlavy 455 acre tract in the P.D. McNeil League, Brazoria Co. Shows H. Masterson land.
218Map showing lands of the South Texas Development Co. in the George Robinson and John Bradley Leagues. Brazoria Co., TX. Surveyed August 1906.
219Map of subdivision of S.F. Angier 2/3 league survey with affadavits signed by H. Masterson and G.W. Gayle, Clerk, Brazoria Co., TX. May 10, 1894.
220Sketch of W. Sweeney lands near San Bernard River (poor condition in pieces, placed between 2 sheets for protection).
221Map of Brazoria County. Shapard, Stevens & Co. (fragile- in pieces placed between 2 sheets for protection).
222Plat of cuts in Phelps field, on Brazos River. As surveyed Sept. 27, 1892. Stuck together with #223 (placed in 2 sheets of paper for protection).
223Map of Hunter tract near Brazoria. Cannot be opened. Stuck together with #222 (placed in 2 sheets of paper for protection).
224Map of Sarah Kennedy tract near San Bernard River. Sept. 7, 1910 (folded).
225Map of Madison Childs Survey, Brazoria, Co.
226Plat of W.B. Turner lands according to Deeds and original grants.
227Plat of W.B. Turner lands as actually surveyed on ground.
228Map of C. Davis property on Brazos River.
229Map with legend of land "sold by J.B. Darwin to F. B. Chilton", 4051 88 acres of land on San Bernard River. Surveyed Feb. 8-18, 1898.
230Map of the John Lang Estate in the E.R. Bradley and C.S. Gorbet Leagues, showing the partition made by the Commissioners appointed by the Honorable District Court of Brazoria Co., TX. Surveyed Jan-Mar. 1916 (folded).
231Map of land around Oyster Creek and Coffee Lake showing location of buildings and stands of trees.
232Map showing land surveys, n.d.
233Map of part of Brazoria Co., around China Grove, along In & G.N. Ry.
234Plat B. Land surveys in Brazoria Co. between Alvin and Ariola, with certification dated January 9, 1896.
235Map showing lands belonging to Wm. Masterson & others along a river.
236Map showing 4 lots.
237Map of Angleton and vicinity. Compiled by Brazoria County Abstract Company, 1905.
238Map of South West part of Henry Austin League, no. 4.
239Sketch of Henry Austin's survey no. 4 on Austin Bayou.
240Map of Henry Austin Leagues 4 & 5 on Austin's Bayou containing Danburg townsite.
241Map of Brazoria Co., Texas Land Survey, c. 1879. W.C. Walsh, Commissioner of the General Land Office of Texas.
242Map of Brazoria Co., showing land surveys.
243Map of Brown Bros 541 27/100 acres of land out of the J.H. Bell League situated west & adjoining West Columbia, Brazoria Co., TX Surveyed Jan. 1897.
244Plat of the Manor Plantation on Brazos River in Brazoria Co. with field notes as surveyed Nov. 14, 1890.
245Map showing lands belonging to Gayle Oil Co. in the Brown Bros. subdivision. J.H. Bell League, Brazoria Co., TX.
246West Columbia Oil field. Plat showing subdivision of part of the Bell, Tennille and Varner Leagues, Brazoria Co., TX.
247Map of land subdivisions at Arnold Mound, Columbia, TX. A. Underwood.
248Map of West Columbia. December 20, 1918.
249Plat of Damon Nound Oil lands in Brazoria Co., TX. December 20, 1916.
250Map of town of Rowan and part of Dusenberry tracts, Brazoria Co., TX. Two copies. Copy 2 inscribed with affadavits from H. Masterson dated 1908-09.

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Drawer 73: Miscellaneous University Archive Materials

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731Drawing by Baechli '87. Color.
2Oil and collage artwork. Black and white. Unknown artist.
3Oil painting. Black & white. [George R. Brown Engineering tower?] Unknown artist.
4Pencil drawing of Rice campus, by R.B. Sklar.
5Pencil drawing, unknown artist.
6Printing plate of "The Rice Institute."
7"Gilbert & Sullivan Society presents Iolanthe" poster.
8Stage set design for "Castle" on posterboard.
9Stage set design for "Arcadia" on posterboard.
10Gilbert & Sullivan Society - Jolly Roger flag.
11Desk blotter, blue-Campus store with 1961 athletics schedule.
12Color aerial photograph of Rice campus. N.d.
131996 Campanile poster.
14Rice Stadium Press box. Milton McGinty, Architect. Revised May 27, 1953.
15Press Box Seating-Rice Stadium. Milton McGinty, Architect. July 1, 1953.
16Seating plan with color. Rice Stadium.
17City of Houston-Department of Traffic + Transportation. Rice Institute Area. [1951].
18Stadium for the Rice Institute. Gate Locations and Parking Layout. August 11, 1950.
19Seat Number System - A Tennis Stadium for Rice University. November 17, 1969.
20Thomas & Mack Center - Las Vegas, Nevada. Basketball court and seating plan.
21Plan of Commencement Platform. 1947.
22Plan of Baccalaureate Platform. 1947.
23Set of plans. Fisher Regulator, Rice Institute. 11 sheets. May 5, 1943.
24Rice Stadium seating and field layout (fragmented).
25South End of Press Box Radio Deck - First floor showing 2 row option holders seating. Original and 4 copies.
26Jake Hess Tennis Stadium - Electrical Modifications. Drawing #225. September 29, 1980.
27Seating Plan - Rice Gymnasium.
28Jake Hess Tennis Stadium - New Storage Area Beneath Spectator Seating. Drawing #218. August 8, 1980.
29Early Rice Banner.
30Map of Rice Institute campus. 1957.
31Economic Summit posters, 2 copies. 1 signed.
32Rice University Homecoming. November 11, 1978.
33Flamenco Dancing Poster (approved Student Center). 1966.
34Vision for the Second Century of Rice University poster.
35Sketch-Archi-Arts Ball dress (Dorothy Lattman Williams), 1944.
36Fifth Annual Student Exhibition poster. May 1-15, 1968.
37Two NASA and Rice University cartoons.
38Larry McMurtrey "Going on with Fiction." March 25, 1980.
39"Prohibition! Casino Party '87." Lovett Commons.
40"A funny thing happened on the way to the forum." Wiess Commons.
41B&W Photograph from [Archi-Arts Ball?]
42Archi-Arts, 1954 b&w photograph. Dorothle Nichols, Elsie Crossman, Therese Arnold, Peggy O'Neil.
43Honorary Lifetime Membership proclamation from Rice Alumni to Julian Sorell Huxley. October 10, 1962.
44Appreciation to Championship Football squad of 1949. 2 copies. December 12, 1949.
45Appreciation to Dr. Edgar Odell Lovett from class of 1916 at 40th Homecoming Reunion. October 1956.
46Citation from Board of Regents of UT System to Rice and others. July 1971.
47Appreciation to Mrs. Jack A. Nagle, Jr. as member of the Executive Board Association of Rice Alumni. June 12, 1970.
48Appreciation to Willoughby A. Williams, General Chairman. July 14, 1972.
49Appreciation to Willoughby A. Williams from Association of Rice Alumni. November 9, 1963.
50Association of Rice Alumni Congratulations. No date.
51Appreciation letter to Rice University as table sponsor for Houston's sesquicentennial celebration, August 30, 1986.
52National Intercollegiate Radio Prize Debates testimonial June 14, 1943.
53Distinguished "R" Man Award to Lawrence A. Hamilton. October 27, 1989.
54Graham Baker Studentship, Appreciation. June 1918.
55"Universitati Houstonianae W.M. Rice," proclamation, October 1962.
56"Praesidi et Curatonibus Universitati Houstonianae W.M. Rice," proclamation 1912.
57Rice Charter Centennial, 1891-1991, poster.
58Rice Chart Month proclamation. Signed by Kathryn Whitmire, Mayor of the City of Houston. April 25, 1991.
59Sketch study for decoration of Autry House, Archi-Arts "La Masque Espanol," colored pencil on tracing paper. February 3, 1922.
601942 Rice Football Home Game Schedule, poster.
61Beaumont High vs. Rice Institute (Jack Coombs' Rice Institute Reserves). Encapsulated.
621992 Rice Football Schedule. 2 copies.
631979/80 Fighting Owls Basketball schedule.
641987 Rice Football Season schedule.
652006 Rice Football Season "Celebrating 95 Seasons."
661979 Rice University Owl Football Captains and season schedule.
67First Annual Shrine Bowl Rice Owls vs. Houston Cougars, n.d.
681988-89 Men's Basketball Home Schedule poster.
691993-94 Men's Basketball Home Schedule poster.
70Rice Football 2008 Season Schedule poster.
71NCAA 2003 Men's College World Series, National Champions poster.
72Tribute to Hardin Craig, Jr. from Fondren Library Staff, 1968.
73"Q+A" Fondren Library poster.
74Blueprint. Parking lot signs for Rice Stadium. September 21, 1950.
75Rice Stadium seating plan. South and North End. Lower West Stand. No date.
76Rice Stadium seating plan. South end stand. No date.
77Rice Stadium seating plan. North end stand. No date.
78Rice Owls Football poster. "Tradition Rings True." Houston Chronicle.
79[Rice stadium] color rendering mounted on board. Lloyd, Morgan, & Jones and the McGinty Partnership, Architects. No date.
80Rice stadium seating plan. Rolled in drawer.
81NCAA 2002 College World Series Poster.

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Drawer 74: Miscellaneous University Archive Materials

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741-1111 student sketches of individuals and technology. Mounted on board with photographic negatives.
12Brochure layout for George R. Brown School of Engineering. Mounted on board.
13Houston Endowment Brochure Project. Sketches 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 and final brochure. Artwork by Lapsley.
14Rice Institute Pamphlets Project. [2005].
15Campus Police & Central Receiving Building for W.M. Rice University. Mounted on board. 1987.
16"Waiting for Lefty" presented by Rice Dramatic Club. [1937?]
17Rice Players present "Write onstage."
18Lovett College presents "Two One-Act plays: 'God by Woody Allen' and 'The Zoo Story by Edward Albee'."
19Rice Alumni Institute presents Robert W. Wilson "After the Big Bang."
20Rice Players presents "Twelth Night" poster.
21Rice Players presents " The Lion in Winter." Poster.
22Rice Players presents "Arms and the Moon." Poster.
23Proposal to J.S. Abercrombie Foundation. March 19, 1967.
24"His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama." Poster. May 1, 2007.
25Nobel Prize winners; 3 articles mounted on board. 1996.
26Parchment describing foreign lectures at Rice. 2 copies. 1912.
27Sketch of Sallyport. Paper.
28Charcoal drawing by Baechli and b&w photograph.
29Watercolor and ink drawing on board. Science and math.
30Oil painting of Student Center. Jean Dubose, artist.
31Rice University campus view. Ink drawing on board.
32Rice University Quadrangle. B&W ink on board.
33Proclamation "Procuratores Universitatis Californiensis" to Asa Crawford Chandler from University of California. On Velum. No date. 2 copies.

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Drawer 75: Construction Projects

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751Rice Owl Aviary blueprint. 2 copies. No date.
2Rice University Planning & Construction Schedules. Blueprint. Summer 1989.
3Graduate Apartments for Rice University. The Steinberg Collaborative. Color rendering mounted on board. No date.
4New projects construction as of February 2000. Reduced color map.
5New projects construction. Scenario 4. No date.
6New construction projects, February 2002. Color map mounted on board. February 1, 2002.
7New construction projects, May 2002. Color map mounted on board. May 2, 2002.
8New construction projects, August 2002. Color map mounted on board. August 1, 2002.

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Drawer 76: Houston

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761The Houston Post. Special Edition on Challenger Space Shuttle explosion. January 29, 1986.
2The Houston Chronicle Extra. John Glenn first space orbit of Earth. February 20, 1962.
3The Houston Post. John Glenn first space orbit of Earth. Includes section on 30th Annual Livestock Show and Rodeo February 21, 1962.
4The Globe Newspaper. Annoucement for establishment of town of Houston from Augustus Chapman Allen and John Kirby Allen. 3rd page, 3rd column. Vol. 6, No. 130. November 11, 1836.
5The Houston Chronicle. Special Edition celebrating city of Houston's Centennial. April 19, 1936.
6The Houston Chronicle. "The Houston Story." February 2, 1958.
7The Houston Post Supplement. "Houston 1963 and the Gulf Southwest." February 10, 1963.
8"Main Street at Rusk-Houston, Texas. 1930s." Image from Sloane Collection of Vintage Photography. Poster. 4 copies.
9Aerial color photograph of downtown Houston. No date. [195?]
10Proposed Harris County Road System. American Association of Engineers. Encapsulated map. October 26, 1922.
11Digital copy of pamphlet "The Short Line to Texas is via the I & GN. RR." [International & Great Northern Railroad]. Print by Texas Department of Transportation. c. 1994.
12Digital copy of pamphlet "Colonists and Emigrants Route to Texas" n.d. Print by Texas Department of Transportation. c. 1994.
13The Houston Chronicle. Bicentennial Celebration. July 4, 1976.
14"Houston-in-the-round" Panoramic photographs of the city 1903-1983. Exhibit at Houston Public Library, September 12-October 22, 1983. 24 black and white panoramic cards.
15Map of River Oaks-Houston. Owned and developed by the Country Club Estates. April 1928.
16Map of City of Houston and its Environs. Copy of 1895.
17Map of Houston-1928. Compiled from Information and Data obtained from City Engineering Department, City Planning Commission and other sources by River Oaks Corporation.
18Black and white photograph of 3-storey house and sidewalk. [Houston?] No date.
19Black and white photograph of cotton bales loaded on railroad cars. [Houston?] No date.
20Black and white photograph of men with buggies and horses in front of American Laundry building. [Houston?] No date.
21Black and white photograph of men in Royal Visible Typewriter shop [Houston?]. No date.
22Black and white photograph of Dentistry school with men practicing skills on "patients." [Houston?] No date.
23Black and white photograph of men in [South Texas National Bank]. [Houston?] No date.
24Black and white photograph of Main Street circa 1940. Mounted on foamboard.
25Black and white photograph of Main Street circa 1920. Mounted on foamboard.
26Black and white photograph [Main Street?]. A. Hampe, Dry Goods Store in foreground. No date. Mounted on board.
27Black and white photograph [Main Street] Levy's Brothers store in foreground. No date. Mounted on board.
28Black and white photograph [Main Street?] No date. Mounted on board.
29Black and white photograph [Main Street?]. Buckley's Shoe Store and C.J. Wright, Photographer in foreground. No date. Mounted on board.
30Black and white photograph of interior of a bicycle shop, with handwritten note "Bankers Hours." No date. Mounted on board.
31Black and white photograph of boat "Lizzie" on river loaded with cotton bales. No date. Mounted on board.
32Black and white photograph of downtown scene with handwritten note "Bankers Hours cover photo." No date. Mounted on board.
33The Houston Chronicle. Art Gravure Section. 2 sheets encapsulated. February 22, 1938.
34The Houston Press Extra. John Glenn first space orbit of Earth. February 20, 1962
35The Houston Post. Moon special edition. July 21, 1969
36"The Doll Show." Image from Sloane Collection of Vintage Photography. Poster.
37"Main Street at Capitol." Image from Sloane Collection of Vintage Photography. Poster.

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Drawer 77: Parking Study

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771Spiral bound Parking Study 2000-2010 Rice University. BCA: Bricker and Cannady Associates. October 27, 1999.
2Spiral bound Parking Study 2000-2010 Rice University. BCA: Bricker and Cannady Associates. March 2000.
3Spiral bound Parking Study. O. Jack Mitchell. 1991.
4Rice Parking Study. Implications. Scenario Four Infrastructure Chronology. BCA: Bricker and Cannady Associates. Mounted on foamboard. No date.
5Rice Parking Study. Recommendations. BCA: Bricker and Cannady Associates. Scenario 1-4 Charts mounted on foamboard.
6Entry Gates. Map of Rice campus with entry gates designated. Rice 2000. Sasaki Associates. May 15, 1991.
7Directional and Building Identification Signs. Map of Rice campus with designated signs. Rice 2000. Sasaki Associates. May 15, 1991.

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Drawer 78: Shepherd School of Music

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781Alice Pratt Brown Hall Floor plan. Floor 1. Architectural drawing mounted on board.
2Alice Pratt Brown Hall Floor plan. Floor 2. Architectural drawing mounted on board.
3Elevations. Color pencil perspective mounted on board.
4North Courtyard and section. Color pencil perspective mounted on board.
5Site plan. Sasaki Associates. Color perspective mounted on board.
6West Elevation. Mounted on board.
7West Elevation #2. Mounted on board.
8Concert Hall Perspective. Towards stage. Ricardo Bofill. 3 copies. Black line etching. April 14, 1989.
9Recital Hall Perspective. Towards stage. Ricardo Bofill. Black line etching. April 14, 1989.
10East & West Elevation. Ricardo Bofill. Black line perspective. February 15, 1989.
11Grand Lobby Perspective. Towards West Door. Ricardo Bofill. No date.
12Grand Organ Studio perspective. Towards organ. Ricardo Bofill. No date.
13Recital Hall perspective. Towards Stage. Ricardo Bofill. No date.
14North and South elevations. February 15, 1989.

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Drawer 79: Shepherd School of Music

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791Set of Architectural drawings. Site plan. Drawings A2.01-A9.05. June 1, 1989.
2Set of Architectural drawings. General notes and framing plans. Drawings S0.1-S10.4.
3Set of Architectural drawings. Northeast plan. June 29, 1989.
4Set of Architectural drawings. Drawings A3.01-A8.11 February 16, 1989.
5Set of Architectural drawings. Ricardo Bofill. No date.
6Set of Architectural drawings. Foundation plan. June 1, 1989.
7Set of Architectural drawings. Drawings A3.01-A8.11. February 16, 1989.
8Set of Architectural drawings. Music + Instruction + Performance building. (Located on top of map drawer cases) n.d.

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Drawer 80: Biology Drawings

General note
All charts are rolled in drawers. Biological charts are based on Dr. Louis Auzoux's dissections.
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801PA225: Spider color dissection. c. 1953.
2PA196: Snail color dissection. c. 1954.
3PA193: Heterophyes and assorted others. c. 1954.
4PA213: Filaria bancrofti immitis dissection. c. 1953.
5Platudes-Vermes-Cestodes (Tapeworms) dissection. Dr. R. Leuckart and Dr. Nitsche: Zoologische Wandtafeln. No date.

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Drawer 81: James Lockhart Autry Family Papers (MS 003) and Watkin Family Papers (MS 508)

General
See William Ward Watkin Family Papers (MS 508) and James Lockhart Autry Family Papers (MS 003)
Autry Papers (MS 003)
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811Magnolia Park adjoining the City of Houston [596] 1913
2Map showing environs of Beaumont April 22, 1915
3Portion of map with Richmond Ave. intersecting Montrose and Mt. Vernon streets
4Montrose Addition, plat of proposed addition. n.d.
5Map of Port Arthur, Jefferson County, Texas n.d.
6Map SW 1/4 Gilbert Stephenson-League and N+S 1/2 Wm Stephenson-League, Orange, Co., Texas July 1919
7Automobile road map touring Los Angeles and vicinity 1913-15
8The Texas Company. Design for fire room box and felt cottage. 2 sheets. September 10, 1908.
9Plan for the Skinner System of concealed lawn irrigation. n.d.
10Map of a part of the City of Houston. May 1916
11John W. Greer's proposed plan for development of the J.C. League Tract and other properties adjoining Rice Institute and J.S. Cullinan property November 1916
12John W. Greer's proposed plan for development of the J.C. League Tract and other properties adjoining Rice Institute and J.S. Cullinan property August 22, 1916
13Map showing subdivision of Lot 11 of the Lowrance Subdivision of the Johnson-Hunter League. July 16, 1906
14Map of Brookline n.d.
15General planting plan for garden of Major and Mrs. Edward W. Kelley May 5, 1939
16Details of masonry fence-residence of Major and Mrs. Edward W. Kelley n.d.
17Autry Ranch, Chas. E. Lee. 1913
18Blueprint for [Magnolia Motor Company] with note to Howard Hughes c/o The Texas Company. October 9, 1909
19Certificate of Incorporation-Mexican Fuel Oil Company September 23, 1958
20Plano de la subdivision de la porcion numero 34 de Altamira del districto del sur de Tamaulipas n.d.
21Blueprint-Touring car-17A January 26, 1910
22Sheet of diagrams showing mechanical features of the 48 H.P. Winton Six Model 17-C n.d.
23Plano de la propiedad vendida por el Sr. Alejandro Prieto a la Mexican Gulf Oil Company March 3, 1913
24Map of Shadyside October 1916
25Details of fence and curbing for Judge James L. Autry's residence-Courtlandt Place, Houston, Texas. December 18, 1913
26Headstone design for Jas. L. Autry. Blueprint February 4, 1921
27Elevation for Autry headstone. Blueprint January 21, 1921
28Map of Raywood Canal and Milling Co. holdings November 27, 1920
29Map of suburban additions to Beaumont, Texas May 1, 1901
30Beaumont Oil Field in vicinty of the Lucas well May 1901
31Beaumont Oil Field showing up to the date resurveys of principal oil lands 1901
32Houston Land Corporation amended map of Montrose addition to the City of Houston February 11, 1915
33Stout Creek map [18]97
34Map of Good Road district No. 1.Navarro County, Texas n.d.
35[Autry Ranch] survey n.d.
36Profile outboard. Blueprint January 29, 1912
37Cabin plan. Blueprint October 4, 1910
38Proposed construction for Judge James L. Autry. Houston, Texas. Blueprint June 19, 1913
39Proposed glass enclosure for porch of residence for Judge James L. Autry. June 20, 1913
40Fence for Judge James L. Autry. Houston, Texas by Texas Anchor Fence, Co. February 5, 1914
41[Proposed plantings and landscaping]. [Autry residence] n.d.
42Ground plan James L. Autry residence in Courtlandt Place. (2 copies) August 28, 1912
43Plan for the landscaping of Tennis grounds. Home of Mr. James L. Autry, Courtlandt Place. Houston, Texas. December 4, 1916
44Plan of fence for Mr. James L. Autry residence. n.d.
45Alterations and additions to residence and premises for James L. Autry. n.d.
46General Fire Assurance Co. Fire insurance for James L. Autry. March 25, 1916
47Bench sill and gutter plans of greenhouse for James L. Autry. July 13, 1916
48Masonry plan elevations and section of greenhouse for James L. Autry July 12, 1916
49Full size detail of entrance at gable greenhouse for James L. Autry, Esq. July 13, 1916
50Framing plan. Elevations and section of greenhouse for James L. Autry, Esq. July 12, 1916
51Panoramic photograph of Allie May Autry as queen in Rice Institute May Fete. 1925
52Reduced ground plan James L. Autry residence in Courtlandt Place. n.d.
53Plat showing Courtlandt Place - an addition to Houston, Texas. Blueprint. May 29, 1907
54Lattice for James L. Autry. n.d.
551 1/2 HP One Sweeper n.d.
56Plat showing Courtlandt Place. Hugo V. Neuhaus & Co. sole agents. n.d.
57Map of Navarro County, Texas April 20, 1906
58Chattanooga Daily Rebel, vol. 1, no. 262, Front Page June 9, 1863
59Land grant by Anson Jones to the heirs of Micajah Autry Photocopy Feb. 5, 1846
60Confederate Avenue sub-division of part of Block 406. City of Corsicana. n.d.
61Plano de lo te dechila de la Propiedad de Gertrudis y Genaro Silva n.d.
62Portion of Ft. Stockton Auto Road to Rio Grande River south to Del Rio. n.d.
63Atlas sheets. Texas and Oklahoma; Colorado and New Mexico; Utah and Arizona; Oregon and Washington; Montana, Idaho and Wyoming; Mississippi and Arkansas; Applachian Region; Index and folios. 1913
64Pencil sketch map showing Carlsbad Oil Outlook. n.d.
65Residence for Mr. John Shannon. 2 sheets n.d.
66American Republics Corporation. Acknowledgement on death of James L. Autry October 20, 1920
67Proposed plotting of East 200 acres of Bay Shore Park, Harris County, Texas n.d.
68Reduced map of Shadyside July 1919
69Map of C.B. Hastings subdivision of 120 acres out of Sec. 118 Liberty Co. Texas July 15, 1905
70US Fifth Circuit Court, R.C. Beale April 17, 1889
71Map of Southern Maryland 1891
72Map of Chautauqua n.d.
7314 particulars and blueprints of boats for purchase
742 sketches of Stony Point. 1 torn n.d.
75Sketch of properties adjoining Houston Ship Channel. n.d.
76Atlas map of California and Nevada 1913
77"Here is document which ended World War II", surrender of Japan to U.S. (photocopy)
78American Architect and Building Bros. "Chicota", Jekyl's Island, GA. September 3, 1898
79Suggestions for a children's building. Blueprint. [Autry Memorial Hospital School] n.d.
80James L. Autry headstone sketch [1921]
81Physical chart for Mrs. Allie Autry [Battle Creek Sanitarium] 1913
82Sketch for flagpole design [Texas Anchor Fence Company] n.d.
83Panoramic photograph of Camp Quinibeck Girls 1918
84Panoramic photograph of Camp Quinibeck Girls 1919
Watkin Papers (MS 508)
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8185Mistick Krewe of Comus invitation to Mrs. Ray Watkin Biehl celebrating 100 years 1857-1956. Parchment.
86Watkin Family Genealogy. 1593-. Oversized family tree, rolled in box on top of drawer.
87Reduced copy of Watkin Family Genealogy 1593-. Negative and 3 copies.
88Watkin Cemetery Plot. Glenwood Cemetery. Plans. Sheets 1-4. October 31, 2002.
89Watkin Cemetery Plot. Glenwood Cemetery. Sheets 1-3. No date.
90Strange Cemetery Garden. Color drawing on tracing paper. September 6, 2002.
91Ancestry of William Ward Watkin, Jr. 2 blank diagrams, partially completed, enlarged (2 copies) and reduced (2 copies).

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Drawer 82: Abercrombie Lab

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821Set of blueprints. Phase One Additions + Alterations. Abercrombie Laboratory Building, Mechanical Laboratory Building. A1-SP1.
2Blueprint. Biomedical and electrical engineering additions. One line, legend, schedules. E-1. November 13, 1980.
3Blueprint. Electrical site plan. Relocation of Transformers. November 7, 1980.
4Blueprint. Biomedical Engineering Addition. Lighting Plan. First Floor partial. E-2. November 13, 1980.
5Blueprint. Biomedical Engineering Addition. Lighting Plan. First Floor partial. E-3. November 13, 1980.
6Blueprint. Biomedical Engineering Addition. Lighting Plan. First Floor partial. E-4. November 13, 1980.
7Blueprint. Biomedical Engineering Addition. Lighting Plan. Second Floor partial. E-5. November 13, 1980.
8Blueprint. Biomedical Engineering Addition. Lighting Plan. Second Floor partial. E-6. November 13, 1980.
9Blueprint. Biomedical Engineering Addition. Power Plan. First Floor. E-7. November 13, 1980.
10Blueprint. Biomedical Engineering Addition. Power Plan. First Floor. E-8. November 13, 1980.
11Blueprint. Biomedical Engineering Addition. Power Plan. Second Floor. E-9. November 13, 1980.
12Blueprint. Biomedical Engineering Addition. Power Plan. Second Floor. E-10. November 13, 1980.
13Set of blueprints. Phase One Additions + Alterations. M1-P4. November 13, 1980.
14Set of blueprints. Phase Three Alterations. Dyson Lab and Miller Lab. A1-A6, MPE1-MP2, E1-E2. August 15, 1983.
15Blueprint. Partial First floor plan. Electrical Engineering wing. January 18, 1983.
16Blueprint. Partial First floor plan. Electrical Engineering wing. September 4, 1980.

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Drawer 83: Abercrombie Lab

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831Ryon Engineering Laboratory-Study of Space Utilization 1965. 1st and 2nd floor plan.
2Abercrombie Laboratory-Study of Space Utilization, 1960. 3rd Floor plan.
3Abercrombie Laboratory Study of Space Utilization, 1960. 1st floor plan. 2 copies. September 3, 1968.
4Abercrombie Laboratory Study of Space Utilization, 1960. 2nd floor plan. 2 copies. September 3, 1968.
5Ryon Engineering Study of Space Utilization, 1965. Basement Floor plan.
6Space Science + Technology Laboratory. Study of Space Utilization, 1967. 2nd floor, 3rd floor, roof plan.
7Blueprint. Relocation of Transformers. November 7, 1980.
8Set of blueprints. Framing plan, elevations. August 13, 1980.
9Set of blueprints. Phase Three Alterations Dyson Lab and Miller Lab. September 6, 1983.
10Set of blueprints. Phase One additions. SP1, A1-A24, SH1-SH4, SHA, SHC, P1-P4, M1-M9, E1-E10, S1-S5. November 24, 1980.
11Set of blueprints. Renovations to E.E. Undergraduate Laboratories. A1-A6, MP1-MP2, E1-E4. April 15, 1983.
12Set of blueprints. Biomedical Engineering + Electrical Additions. One line, Legend, Schedules. E1-E10. December 8, 1980.
13Set of blueprints. Phase One Additions + Alterations. A25-29, SHB. No date.
14Blueprint. Relocation of Transformers. E-1A with notes. December 3, 1980.
15Set of blueprints. Phase One Additions + Alterations with diagrams. January 19, 1981.
16Set of blueprints. Phase One Additions + Alterations. A25-A29, SHB, S6-S7.
17Blueprint. Phase One Additions + Alterations. A5. February 12, 1981.
18Blueprint. Phase One Additions + Alterations. A9. November 24, 1980.
19Blueprint. Phase One Additions + Alterations. A25. February 12, 1981.
20Blueprint. Phase One Additions + Alterations. A8. November 24, 1980.
21Set of blueprints. Phase 3 Alterations and Additions. A1-A3, MPE1, MP1, E1. November 22, 1983.

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Drawer 84: Lovett and Sewall Hall Architectural Drawings

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841Proposed Parking Lot for Lovett College (Entrance #4). Martin Kleiber. August 4, 1975.
2Set of Architectural Preliminary Prints [Lovett Hall]. 5 sheets. No date.
3Set of Floorplans, lecture hall, elevations. 4 sheets A1-A4. George Pierce & Abel B. Pierce, Architects. No date.
4Cleveland Sewall Hall partial floorplan. Lloyd, Morgan & Jones, Architects. 5 sheets-fragile. March 31, 1969.
5[Lovett College]. Basement floor plan. Photocopy. July 1, 1967.
6[Lovett College]. First floor plan. Photocopy. July 1, 1967.
7[Lovett College]. Alternate Basement floor plan. Photocopy. July 1, 1967.
8[Lovett College]. Kitchen Equipment plan. Photocopy. July 1, 1969.
9[Lovett College]. Basement floor plan-mechanical. Photocopy. July 1, 1967.
10[Lovett College]. First floorplan-mechanical. Photocopy. July 1, 1967.
11[Lovett College]. Basement floorplan-plumbing. Photocopy. July 1, 1967.
12[Lovett College]. First floor plan-plumbing. Photocopy. July 1, 1967.

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Drawer 85: Tapley Architectural records (MS 523)

General note
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851The Bayou Strategy. Spiral bound publication by the Rice Design Alliance. Charles Tapley, adjunct professor. February 1977.
2Awards and Recognitions. 1971-1984.
3Deal House, Lakeway, TX - exterior photo on foamcore.
4Camp Allen Episcopal Camps & Conference Center, Navasota, TX; Campsite Assembly Building - photo on foamcore. 1975.
5Camp Allen Episcopal Camps & Conference Center, Navasota, TX; - exterior photo on foamcore. 1975.
6St. Cecilia Catholic Church, Houston, TX; interior photo on foamcore. 1978.
7Live Oak Point, Rockport, TX; exterior photo of buildings. 1981.
8Sail Park, Texas Children's Hospital, Houston, TX; photo on foamcore. 2002.
9Oblate Retreat House, Dickinson, TX; exterior photo on foamcore. 1967.
10Courtyard landscaping, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX; photo on foamcore. 1976.
11David Residence, Houston, TX; interior photo on foamcore. 1971.
12McCullough Residence, Houston, TX; interior photo on foamcore. 1969.
13Block Residence, Houston, TX; interior photo on foamcore. 1973
14Sesquicentennial Park Competition, Houston, TX; photo of model on foamcore. 1986.
15Trailwood Park, Kingwood, TX 1970.
16St. Mark's School of Texas, Dallas, Texas; black and white drawing on foamcore. 1996.

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Drawer 88: Tapley Architectural records (MS 523)

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881Tranquility Park, Houston, TX.
2Schweppe Residence. 1752 North Boulevard, Houston, TX.
3Tapley and Associates office construction from residence, photos, Houston, Texas.
4Presbyterian Church, Houston, Texas photo.
5Mr. & Mrs. Gus Bock residence, Houston, TX sepia drawings.
6Seely G. Mudd Computer Science Laboratory, Rice University, Houston, Texas photo.
7Dreams and Schemes, drawing for Contemporary Arts Museum (CAM), Houston.
8Cathedral Santuario de Guadalupe, Dallas, Texas, Millenium Portals.
9Bethany Lutheran Church, Denver, Colorado; 1991-1992.
10Tapley general and unidentified drawings and photos.
11Residence for Mr. & Mrs. Henry David, Houston, TX. Drawings. 1969-1970.
12American Revolution Bicentennial Proposal landscape plan.
13University of Houston downtown campus Exterior renovation with stair connection to banks of Buffalo Bayou photo, plans.
14Unidentified sketch of development on river or bayou.
15Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas. Color photo of courtyard landscaping. 1976.
16Lynn R. Lowrey Arboretum, Rice University, Houston, TX. Arboretum Committee project, trees for Wiess College.
17Saw Mill Neighborhood Center.
18Buffalo Bayou projects.
19Texas Children's Hospital: original concept sketches, architect's drawings and plans, photos. Tugboat playground, Sail Park West Garden Fish & Boots 4th Floor South Garden Indoor beach.
20Christ the King Lutheran Church, Houston, TX. Drawings.
21St. Rita's Catholic Church, Dallas, TX. Presentation ink drawings of elevations and sections of church.
22Darlington School, Rome, GA. Master plan and support sketches. 2000-2001.

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Drawer 89: Tapley Architectural records (MS 523)

General
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891Residencia Santos de Hoyas, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. 1994.
2Casacita de Senora Mildred Nixon, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
3HISD West Middle School. 1991.
4St. Cecilia Catholic Church. Sketch.
5Houston Transit Authority, master planning sketches for a park at Main St. and Commerce.
6Live Oak Point, H.E.B. Company. Master plan and support sketches. 1980.
7Trailwood Park Pavilion, original drawings.

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Drawer 90: George R. Brown Biosciences/Bioengineering Building

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901South elevations, color drawing mounted on board.
2West elevations, color drawing mounted on board.
3Engineering Annex floor plan. Color plan on transparency.
4Laminated campus plan with Brown building placement. John Outram, Architects.

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Drawer 91: George R. Brown Biosciences/Bioengineering Building

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911Construction Package 1. Site plan L5-1. Sasaki Associates.
2Set of blueprints. Biosciences/Bioengineering Building. Cambridge Seven Associates, Architects. Sheets: S1.1-S6.5.
3Set of blueprints. Biosciences/Bioengineering Building. Cambridge Seven Associates, Architects. Sheets: A12.0-A12.6, E1.1-E3.13, P1.1-P2.13. April 28, 1989.
4Set of blueprints. Biosciences/Bioengineering Building. Cambridge Seven Associates, Architects. Sheets:I1.1, M1.1-M4.2, E1.1-E5.3, P1.1-P4.1. June 20, 1989.
5Set of blueprints. Biosciences/Bioengineering Building. Cambridge Seven Associates, Architects. Sheets: I1.1-I1.2, C1.01-C4.01, SP1-SP6, SCH1-SCH7, A1.1-A14.1.
6Set of blueprints. Biosciences/Bioengineering Building. Wells Laboratory Designs. Sheets 1W1-2W7. October 5, 1988.
7Set of blueprints. Biosciences/Bioengineering Building. 1W1-2W6. October 28, 1988.
8Set of blueprints. Biosciences/Bioengineering Building. Offices in Lab (Desks) Basic Medical Science and Organic Chemistry. 12 sheets. April 5, 1988.
9Set of blueprints.Walls Laboratory Designs Sheets E, K1-K2, 1W1-2W10. January 27, 1989.
10Reduced set of blueprints. Biosciences/Bioengineering Building. Cambridge Seven. A12.1-E4.3. September 25, 1989.
11Reduced set of blueprints. Biosciences/Bioengineering Building. Cambridge Seven. A12.1-A13.9.

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Drawer 92: George R. Brown Biosciences/Bioengineering Building

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921Reduced set of blueprints encased in particle board cover. Sheets C1.02-C4.01, SP1-SP7, SCH-SCH7, A1.1-A14.2, I1.1, S1.1-S6.5, M1.1-M4.3, E1.1-E5.3, P1.1-P4.1.
2Blueprint. Isotope Laboratory for Geology 301. Sheet A-2. June 16, 1989.
3Blueprint. Biology Laboratory. Study of Space Utilization. 1st Floor plan. 1968.
4Blueprint. Biosciences/Bioengineering Building. A1.1. First Floor West. June 5, 1989.
5Set of blueprints. Biosciences/Bioengineering Building. Sheets M1.1-M4.2, E1.1-E5.3, P1.1-P4.1. Waterdamaged.

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Drawer 93: Lovett College O. Week Posters

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931-1010 posters on paper with tempera paint.

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Drawer 94-98: Walter Widrig Papers (MS 079)

General
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Drawer 99: Athletic Department Records (UA 155)

General
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991Joyce Pounds Hardy Award to the Outstanding Woman Athlete for Athletic and Academic Excellence plaque and recipients. 1974-2005.
2Women's Locker Room. Black + white photographs of restroom, corridor, swimming locker room, track locker room, tennis & visitor's locker room, meeting room, swimming locker room, and blueprint. Mounted on board. No date.
3NCAA Championship Final Four 2000 Rice University Women's Basketball t-shirt mounted on board with coach and player signatures.
4Black and white photograph of 2 Rice Basketball players carried on shoulders of fans/students. No date.
5Rice Fightin' Owls 1980-81 Basketball Season poster.
6Rice Basketball Five Steps to Success 1982-83 season poster.
7Basquette Internacional Jogo de Aberturada Temporado "90" Nosso Club versus Univ. do Texas - Rice (U.S.A.) May 14, poster.

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