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Biographical/Historical note

Scope and Contents note

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Drawer 100: Football Photographs

Drawer 101: Football Photographs

Drawer 102: Football Photographs

Drawer 103: Charles Ricketts & Charles Shannon (MS 513)

Drawer 104: Charles Ricketts & Charles Shannon (MS 513)

Drawer 105: Charles Ricketts & Charles Shannon (MS 513)

Drawer 106: Fondren Library Renovations 1960s-70s

Drawer 107: Fondren Library Renovations 1980s

Drawer 108: Fondren Library Renovations 1990s

Drawer 109: Fondren Library Renovations 2000s

Drawer 128: Roy M. Huffington

Drawer 110: Fondren Library Renovations 2000s

Drawer 111: Fondren Library Renovations 2000s

Drawer 112: Fondren Library Renovations 2000s

Drawer 113: Library Service Center

Drawer 114: Maps of Mexico and Mississippi

Drawer 115: Civil War Battlefield Maps

Drawer 116: Jefferson Davis

Drawer 117: Jefferson Davis

Drawers 118-125: Teas Nursery Collection (MS 567)

Drawer 126: Roy M. Huffington

Drawer 127: Roy M. Huffington

Drawer 128: Roy M. Huffington

Drawers 129-131: Rice University Early Land Deeds (UA 222)

Drawer 132: SMCA (South Main Center Association) (MS 501)

Drawer 133: SMCA (South Main Center Association) (MS 501)

Drawers 134-140 : SMCA (South Main Center Association) (MS 501)

Drawer 141: Gertrude Barnstone Papers (MS 587)

Drawer 142: Gertrude Barnstone Papers (MS 587)

Drawer 143: Gertrude Barnstone Papers (MS 587)

Drawer 144: Weber-Staub-Briscoe

Drawer 145: Alice Staub Liddell Garden

Drawer 146: Early Rice Institute History

Drawer 147: Residential Colleges

Drawer 148: Miscellaneous University Archive Materials

Drawer 149: Swisha House collection (MS 607)

Drawer 150-151: Anderson Todd academic papers (UA 314)

Drawer 152: Rice University Centennial Celebration 2012

Drawers 153-155: Alumni Association awards

Drawers 157-170: William T. Cannady Architectural Projects Records (MS 577)

Drawers 172-173: Springfield Republican, Christian Watchmen and Reflector, Bunker Hill Aurora, Newspapers 1830s-1870s

Woodson Research Center, Rice University

Guide to the Rice University Architectural drawings, oversize manuscript material, maps and photographs, Part 3 of 3 UA 226-pt3



creatorRice University.
Title: Rice University architectural drawings, oversize manuscript material, maps and photographs, Part 3 of 3
Dates: 1840-2012
AbstractThese records include architectural drawings, maps, posters, oversize manuscript materials, and photographs ranging in dates from 1840s-2012. 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-pt3
Quantity: 500.0 linear ft.
General Physical Description note Drawers 100-164 of 164 drawers
Language:
Repository: Woodson Research Center, Rice University, Houston, Texas

Biographical/Historical note

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 note

These records include architectural drawings, maps, posters, oversize manuscript materials, and photographs ranging in dates from 1840s-2012. 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 note

This material is open for research.

Conditions Governing Use note

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.
Genres
architectural drawings (visual works)
blueprints (reprographic copies)
maps (documents)
photographs

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Related Material

Rice University Architectural drawings, oversize manuscript material, maps and photographs, 1840-2012, UA 226-1, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University. See finding aid online:

Rice University Architectural drawings, oversize manuscript material, maps and photographs, 1840-2012, UA 226-2, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University. See finding aid online:

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation note

Rice University Architectural drawings, oversize manuscript material, maps and photographs, 1840-2012, UA 226, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

The majority of this material forms part of the Rice University Archives, and was transferred to the archives, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library. Any non-university archives materials form part of a manuscript collection with its own finding aid which will include information on provenance.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Drawer 100: Football Photographs

Draweritem
1001Panoramic photograph of Football team in frame. (Stuck to glass.) No date.
2Photograph of Football team attached to poster board. 1937 on back.
3Photograph of Football team attached to board. Copy of photograph in item 2.
4Rice Owls 1949 Football Team. Attached to wood.

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Drawer 101: Football Photographs

Draweritem
1011Rice Institute 1946 Southwest Conference Co-Champions. 1947 Orange Bowl Champions. Attached to board.
2The Southwest Conference Champions of 1934. Players and coaches identified. Attached to board.

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Drawer 102: Football Photographs

Draweritem
10211953 Rice Owls Southwest Conference Champions. Attached to board.
21957 Rice Owls Southwest Conference Champions. Attached to board.

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Drawer 103: Charles Ricketts & Charles Shannon (MS 513)

General note
See Carl Woodring collection on Charles Ricketts and Charles Shannon (MS 513)
DrawerFrame
1031The Intruder, Charles Shannon. Framed lithograph. 1892.
2Repeated Bend, Charles Shannon. Framed transfer lithograph. 1892.
3The Pursuit, Charles Shannon. Framed lithograph. 1918.
4Mother and Child, Charles Shannon. Framed pencil drawing. No date.
1Woodcut series of 4: Captive Pegasus, The Porch, The Divers, Autumn.
2The Sleeping Methymneans, original woodcut. Charles Shannon. 1893.
3The Snow-Winter, lithograph (a fan). 1907.
4The Promontory, lithograph (a fan). 1907.
5The Three Sisters, lithograph. 1894.
6The Toilet, lithograph. 1895.
7W.L. Hacon, Esq., lithograph. 1896.
8Alphonse Legros, lithograph. 1895.
9Max Beerbohm, lithograph. 1896.
10An Idyll, color lithograph. 1905.
11Autumn, lithograph. 1917.
12The Ebb Tide, lithograph. 1917.
13The Tidal River, lithograph. 1920.
14Reflection, pencil drawing on paper. circa 1900.
15The Portrait of the Artist, lithograph. 1905.
16Ernest Law, colored chalks and pencil on paper. 1925.
17The Fantastic Dress, lithograph. 1890.
18Atalanta, lithograph. 1893.
19The Messenger, lithograph. 1894.
19Sea and Breeze, lithograph. 1894.
20Shell-Gatherers, lithograph. 1894.
20Linen Bleachers, lithograph. 1894.
21Biondina, lithograph. 1894.
22The Letter, transfer lithograph. 1895.
23The Dive, transfer lithograph. 1895.
24Portrait of the Artist, lithograph. 1905.
25August, chiaroscuro woodcut. 1904.
26Sea Coast, lithograph. 1908.
27Guests at Daphnis and Chloe's wedding feast and nameplates. Ricketts & Shannon. Taken from Self and Partners by C.J. Holmes.
28The Wounded Amazon, sanguine and white chalk on paper. circa 1922.
29Ricketts and Shannon, lithograph. 1897.
30Charles Shannon, lithograph. 1897.

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Drawer 104: Charles Ricketts & Charles Shannon (MS 513)

General note
See Carl Woodring collection on Charles Ricketts and Charles Shannon (MS 513)
DrawerFrame
1041The Samaritan at the Inn Door, oil on canvas, framed. 1901.
2Nessus and Dejanira, Charles Ricketts. Oil on canvas, framed.

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Drawer 105: Charles Ricketts & Charles Shannon (MS 513)

General note
See Carl Woodring collection on Charles Ricketts and Charles Shannon (MS 513)
DrawerFrame
1051The Breakwater, Charles Shannon. Oil on canvas, framed. 1904.

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Drawer 106: Fondren Library Renovations 1960s-70s

Draweritem
1061Floorplans. Basement, 1st Floor, Mezzanine, 2nd Floor, 3rd Floor. Transparencies and photocopies. No date. 8 sheets.
2Floorplans. Basement, 1st Floor, Mezzanine, 2nd Floor, 3rd Floor with copy machines, telephones and stack locations identified. Mounted on blue mat board. No date. 5 sheets.
3Fondren Library. Study of Space Utilization-1968. Revised. Floorplans. 6 sheets.
4Set of Floorplans. Graduate Research Library for Rice University. Staub, Rather, and Howze, Architects. 7 sheets. October 22, 1965.
5Set of Floorplans (copy) with notations and modifications in red pencil. Graduate Research Library for Rice University. Staub, Rather, and Howze, Architects.
6Set of Floorplans. Graduate Research Library for Rice University. Staub, Rather, and Howze, Architects. 7 sheets. October 11, 1965.
7Set of Floorplans. Basement, 1st Floor, Mezzanine, 2nd & 3rd Floors, 4th & 5th Floors. 6 sheets. No dates.
8First Floor plan. Graduate Research Library. Staub, Rather, and Howze, Architects. Modifications in red pencil. September 22, 1965.
9Plot Plan. Research Library for Rice University. Staub, Rather, and Howze, Architects. June 1, 1964.
10Staff Area Proposed Arrangement. May 23, 1966.
11Preliminary Floorplan transparencies. 6 sheets. No date.
12Study of Space Utilization-1968: Basement Plan, Basement Plan with modifications, Basement and 1st Floor, Mezzanine and 2nd Floor, 3rd, 4th and 5th Floorplans. 5 sheets. Revised October 4, 1973.
13Basement Plan with modifications for growth areas, compact storage needs. Signed R.H. Perrine. February 1961.
14Cross section of Fondren Library. Basement, 1st Floor, 2nd Floor and 3rd Floor. Transparency and photocopy.
15Fondren Library Study of Space Utilization-1968. HVAC Retrofit. 6 sheets. August 31, 1987.
16Fondren Library. Studies of Space Utilization-1968. 22 sheets with handwritten notes, modifications used for general reference and directional maps.
17Technical Processing Area. Floorplan. Blank template and completed copy. 2 sheets. No date.
18Set of architectural plans. Graduate Research Library. Staub, Rather, and Howze, Architects. 7 sheets. May 17, 1965.
19Graduate Research Library. Staub, Rather, and Howze, Architects. 2nd Floor plan of existing building; carrel details. November 1966.
20Graduate Research Library. Staub, Rather, and Howze, Architects. 3rd Floor plan of existing building. November 1966.
21Graduate Research Library. Staub, Rather, and Howze, Architects. Mezzanine Floor of existing building. November 1966.
22Graduate Research Library Addition to Fondren Library. Set of drawings. 6 sheets. September 11, 1967.
23Set of floorplans. Staub, Rather, and Howze, Architects. Nameplates revised. Sheets 2NP, 3NP, 4NP, 5NP, 6NP, 31, 33NP, 34NP, 35NP, 36NP. December 11, 1967.
24Kyle Morrow Memorial Room. Fondren Library. Set of 4 sheets. January 29, 1973.
25Proposed Art + Architecture Library. Floor plan. May 9, 1979.
26Fondren Library. Study of Space Utilization-1968. Basement, 1st Floor, Mezzanine, 2nd Floor, 3rd Floor, 4th and 5th Floor. Revised October 30, 1979.
27Northeast Basement Area. Fondren Library. Stack sections. Template and photocopy. December 16, 1973.
28Northeast Basement Area. Fondren Library. Proposed Arrangement. December 16, 1973.
29Proposed Arrangement of Compact Shelving. Northeast Basement Area. Fondren Library. Original transparency and photocopy. January 22, 1974.
30First Floor plan. Estimated growth by 1970.

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Drawer 107: Fondren Library Renovations 1980s

Draweritem
1071Preliminary Floorplans. Basement, First Floor, Second Floor, Third Floor. Tracing paper.
2Basement Floorplan with room numbers. 2 copies. No date.
3First-Sixth Floor plans with room numbers. 6 sheets. March 15, 1989.
4Study of Space Utilization-1968. First Floor plan. Revised May 5, 1989.
5Floorplans. First Floor, Second Floor. 3 sheets. July 5, 1989.
6Code Corrections. Fondren Library. Set of 14 drawings. January 20, 1989.
7Second Floor plan with revisions in red pencil. May 12, 1988.
8Third Floor plan with revisions in red pencil. September 19, 1988.
9Lobby Vestibule Fondren Library Renovation. 2 sheets with general conditions, and details of work. August 28, 1980.
10Fondren Library. First Floor and Mezzanine floor plan. Ray Bailey Architects. 2 sheets. November 20, 1986.
11Alice Pratt Brown Library. Closed Reserves and Rare Books Bookstacks Plan. 1/4" floorplan. January 21, 1986.
12Floor plans. Mezzanine, Second Floor (3 copies) and Third Floor with Exits indicated. May 7, 1986.
13Second Floorplan with approval request for Fondren Library Reconfiguration. February 24, 1986.
14Second and Third Floorplan. Check Print. February 21, 1986.
15Basement floorplan. Check print in red pencil. February 25, 1986.
16Mezzanine Floorplan. Check print in red pencil. March 4, 1986.
17Mezzanine, Second Floor, Third Floor, Fourth & Fifth Floorplans transparency and photocopy. September 23, 1988.
18Fondren Library. Fifth Floor Utilization Study. April 29, 1988.
19Study of Space Utilization-1968. Basement, Mezzanine, Second and Third Floor plans. Revised May 26, 1988.
20Study of Space Utilization-1968. Fourth + Fifth floor plan. Revised July 14, 1988.
21Loading Dock for High Density Book Storage at Media Center. May 20, 1988.
221/8" Basement Studies. Reconfiguration Spacing. 6 sheets. April 14, 1986.
23Set of floorplans. Art Architecture Music Library Revisions. Crain/Anderson, Inc. Architects. 6 sheets. August 22, 1985.
24Floorplans. Basement, First Floor, Mezzanine, Second Floor, Third Floor. Transparencies and photocopies. 13 sheets. 1986-1988.
25Fondren Library Code Corrections. Mezzanine Floor plan. Back Stacks Configuration Study for Exiting Requirements. Schematic Plan. February 18, 1986.
26Fondren Library Bookstack Reconfiguration Plan. 3 sheets. 2 copies with 1 copy colored stack measurements. July 18, 1985.
27Third Floor plan. Rice University Master plan. Revision. 2 copies. 2nd copy with revisions in red pencil. April 17, 1985.
28Second Floor plan with revisions in red pencil. Fine Arts/Architecture Library. April 17, 1985.
29Set of drawings. Art Architecture Music Library. Revisions with highlighted notations. 4 sheets. August 22, 1985.
30Art Architecture Music Library. Revisions with red pencil notations. Sheets E1, M1.
31Art Architecture Music Library. Mechanical Plan. Revised September 9, 1985.
32Fondren Library Master Plan. Bookstack Reconfiguration Plan, with notes. May 15, 1985.
33Fondren Library Interim Reference Room. November 17, 1987.
34Graduate Research Library for Rice University. 1968 plans. Sheets S7 and 28. 2 sheets.
35Set of floorplans. Renovations to Fondren Library. Ray Bailey Architects. Basement Plan. 4 sheets. April 16, 1987.
36Renovations to Fondren Library. Ray Bailey, Architects. First Floor reflected ceiling plan. June 30, 1987.
37Renovations to Fondren Library. Ray Bailey, Architects. First floor plan. June 11, 1987.
38Renovations to Fondren Library. Ray Bailey, Architects. Mezzanine floorplan. June 11, 1987.
39Renovations to Fondren Library. Ray Bailey, Architects. Sheet A2.01. General notes and types. June 11, 1987.
40Renovations to Fondren Library. Ray Bailey, Architects. First floor plan with notations. Proposal Request. August 12, 1987.
41Renovations to Fondren Library. Ray Bailey, Architects. Mezzanine floor plan with notations. Proposal Request. August 12, 1987.
42Renovations to Fondren Library. Ray Bailey, Architects. Lounge Floor plan. Vestibule floorplan, Reflected ceiling plan. Revised August 12, 1987.
43Fondren Library. Air Conditioning Renovations. Electrical plans. Sheets E1.1-E7.1. 10 sheets. June 29, 1987.
44Set of 5 1/8" floorplans. Basement-Third Floor. November 9, 1984.
45Fondren Library. Ground Floor. Seating plan. January 8, 1987.
46Fondren Library. Mezzanine. Reserve/Periodical seating plan. January 8, 1987.
47Basement plan. Fondren Library. 3 copies with revisions and notations. April 7, 1987.
48Fondren Library Renovations. Mezzanine Furniture plan. Sheet F2.11. June 30, 1987.
49Alice Pratt Brown Library. Bookstack plan. Sheet 1 of 2. February 19, 1986.

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Drawer 108: Fondren Library Renovations 1990s

Draweritem
1081Fondren Library. Study of Space Utilization. Basement-6th Floor. 7 sheets. January 1993.
2Fondren Library. Study of Space Utilization. Basement-6th Floor. 7 sheets. Revised March 30, 1995 and reduced set April 26, 1996.
3Current stack spacing Fourth floor. 3 sheets. August 9, 1994.
4Scenario B. Library/Humanities/Dell Butcher Hall Study. Morris Architects. 4 plans. August 15, 1994.
5Scenario F. Library/Humanities/Dell Butcher Hall Study. Morris Architects. 4 plans. August 16, 1994.
6Fondren Library Renovation. Merriman Holt Architects. Basement floorplan, partial 1st floorplan, partial 2nd floorplan. 3 sheets. January 8, 1997.
7Preliminary Reference Stack layout. Fondren Library. 1st Floor. Merriman Holt, Architect. May 22, 1996.
8Fondren Library Expansion Studies. Scheme B. Morris Architects. 7 plans. September 20, 1993.
9Fondren Library Alterations to Government Publications Area. Brown & Root, Architects. 7 sheets. July 27, 1998.
10Proposed Reference Area & 24-Hour Study Hall. Ground Floor. Fondren Library. Morris Architects. 1 original and 2 copies with notations, revisions. December 1, 1995.
11Scheme A. Proposed Addition to Fondren Library. Space Needs for Humanities Division. 1 sheet. June 5, 1990.
12Scheme B. Proposed Addition to Fondren Library. Space Needs for Humanities Division. 3 sheets. June 5, 1990.
13Partial 1st Floor plan. Areas D, D1, D2, D3. Fondren Library. Renovation. Merriman Holt Architects. Revised November 7, 1996.
14Site plan. Fondren Library. Rice University. Cesar Pelli & Associates Design Architects. Public space diagram with color digital photographs. September 15, 1999.
15Proposed public space diagram for Fondren Library. Color. 2 sheets. No date.
16The History of the Rice Library. Images from architectural rendurings. Cesar Pelli & Associates. September 15, 1999.
17Set floorplans. Fondren Library Renovation. Merriman Holt, Architects. Partial 1st Floorplan, partial 2nd Floorplan, Basement plan, partial reflected ceiling plan-basement. 4 sheets. October 15, 1996.
18Fondren Library. Rice University. Axes on campus. Images from architectural renderings. September 15, 1999.
19Fondren Library. Rice University. Program summary. No date. Cesar Pelli & Associates.
20Set of floorplans. Fondren Library Renovation. Merriman Holt. 50% Construction Documents. Sheets A0.01-A7.01; M1.0-M3.0; E0.0-E5.0. November 18, 1996.
21Set of floorplans. Fondren Library Renovation. Issued for permit. Merriman Holt. Sheets A0.01-A7.01; MP1.0-MP3; E0.0-E4.1. January 8, 1997.
22Fondren Library Rice University. Reduced Prospective, spiral bound. Cesar Pelli & Associates. September 15, 1999.
23Study for Library & Humanities Expansion. Rice University. Morris Architects. Spiral bound report. September 8, 1994.

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Drawer 109: Fondren Library Renovations 2000s

Draweritem
1091Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects. First Floor. Area A. Sheet A-203. January 4, 2005.
2Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects. First Floor. Area B. A-204. January 4, 2005.
3Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects. Second Floor. Area A. A-205. January 4, 2005.
4Set. Rice University Fondren Library. Sixth Floor. Architectural plans. Morris Architects. 12 sheets. Issue for permit and construction. May 17, 2000.
5Set. Fondren Library Fifth Floor Alterations. James Ray Architects. 9 sheets. November 2, 2006.
6Set. Rice University Fondren Library. Toilet Rooms. 3 sheets. Mohle Sharp, Architects. October 23, 2002.
7Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects. Basement Floor plan. Scheme A. Sheet A100. September 21, 2004.
8Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects. First Floor. Sheet A101. September 21, 2004.
9Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects. Second Floor. Sheet A102. September 21, 2004.
10Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects. Sixth Floor. A103. September 21, 2004.
11Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects. Electronic Resource Center. Plans and RCPS. Sheet A104. September 21, 2004.
12Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects. Basement RCP. Sheet A200. September 21, 2004.
13Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects. First Floor RCP. Sheet A201. September 21, 2004.
14Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects. Second Floor RCP. Sheet A202. September 21, 2004.
15Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects. Sections West. Sheet A301. September 21, 2004.
16Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects. Interior Elevations. Sheet A401. September 21, 2004.
17Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects. Sixth Floor Furniture Plan. Sheet AF106. August 1, 2005.
18Reduced drawing. Fondren Library Renovations. Herring Hall. August 23, 2004.
19Reduced drawing. Fondren Library Renovations. Sections West. Sheet A301. August 23, 2004.
20Reduced drawing. Fondren Library Renovations. Sixth Floor RCP. Sheet A206. August 23, 2004.
21Reduced drawing. Fondren Library Renovations. Second Floor RCP. Sheet A202. August 23, 2004.
22Reduced drawing. Fondren Library Renovations. First Floor RCP. Sheet A201. August 23, 2004.
23Reduced drawing. Fondren Library Renovations. Basement RCP. Sheet A200. August 23, 2004.
24Reduced drawing. Fondren Library Renovations. Sixth Floor. Sheet A106. August 23, 2004.
25Reduced drawing. Fondren Library Renovations. Basement. Sheet A100. August 23, 2004.
26Reduced drawing. Fondren Library Renovations. First Floor. Sheet A101. August 23, 2004.
27Reduced drawing. Fondren Library Renovations. Second Floor. Sheet A102. August 23, 2004 and September 21, 2004.
28Reduced drawing. Fondren Library Renovations. Alternates. Sheets A101, A100, A104, A101. September 21, 2004.
29Black and white concept. Fondren Library interior. No date.
30Fondren Library First Floor Remodel concept. April 11, 2003.
31Fondren Library Linbeck Project Schedule. August 9, 2005.
32Fondren Library Space Utilization. 7 sheets. October 23, 2002 and January 31, 2003 (2 copies.)
33Fondren Library Renovation. Bailey Architects. Basement. June 15, 2005.
34Fondren Library Renovation. Bailey Architects. First Floor. June 15, 2005.
35Fondren Library Renovation. Bailey Architects. Second Floor. June 15, 2005.
36Fondren Library Renovation. Bailey Architects. Sixth Floor. June 15, 2005.
37Complete Set. Fondren Library Renovation. Design Review. Bailey Architects. January 4, 2005.
38Rice University Temporary Library Facility. Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. New Construction, Wiess Hall, Wiess Commons and Herring Hall. June 13, 2001.
39Rice University Temporary Library Facility. Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. Herring Hall: Level 1 and Mezzanine. June 13, 2001.
40Rice University Temporary Library Facility. Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. Wiess Hall: Level 1, 2, Mezzanine and Level 3. June 13, 2001.

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Drawer 128: Roy M. Huffington

Glass plate with Der Landeshauptmann von Tirol etched in center. Housed in case.
Plaque: John Rogers Award, The Southwestern Legal Foundation. February 25, 1987.
Marine Security Detachments, Guest of Honor Ambassador Roy M. Huffington, Marine Corps Ball, Vienna, Austria. 1992.

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Drawer 110: Fondren Library Renovations 2000s

Draweritem
1101-2Fondren Library Renovation. Information Commons. Bailey Architects & Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. Furniture, carpet, and fabric samples. Mounted on board. No date.

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Drawer 111: Fondren Library Renovations 2000s

Draweritem
1111Fondren Library Renovation. Bailey Architects, Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. Second Floorplan. Mounted on board. Double-sided. No date.
2Fondren Library Renovation. Bailey Architects, Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. Sixth Floor plan. Mounted on board. No date.
3Fondren Library Renovation. Bailey Architects. Construction Phasing. Mounted on board. Mounted on board. August 4, 2004.
4Fondren Library Renovation. Bailey Architects, Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. Sixth Floor Reading Room Concept. Mounted on board. No date.
5Fondren Library Renovation. Bailey Architects, Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. Information Commons concept. Mounted on board. No date.
6Fondren Library Renovation. Bailey Architects, Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. Information Commons [Second view]. Mounted on board. No date.
7Fondren Library Renovation. Bailey Architects, Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. Information Commons [reserve desk]. Mounted on board. No date.

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Drawer 112: Fondren Library Renovations 2000s

Draweritem
1121Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects & Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. First floorplan. Mounted on board. Double-sided. No date.
2Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects & Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. Basement plan. Mounted on board. No date.
3Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects & Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. Fondren Library elevations and aerial view. Mounted on board. No date.
4Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects & Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. Fondren Library exterior rendering. Computer design. Mounted on board. No date.
5Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects & Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. Fondren Library exterior aerial view and quadrangle. Mounted on board. No date.
6Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects, Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. Schematic Design. Sheets A101, A102, A103. October 1, 2004.
7Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects, Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. Schematic Design. Sheets A100-A401. October 1, 2004.
8Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects, Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. Second Floor Area A. Sheet A205. No date.
9Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects, Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. Second Floor Area B. Sheet A206. No date.
10Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects, Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. First Floor Area A. Sheet A203. No date.
11Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects, Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. Basement Area B. Sheet A202. No date.
12Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects, Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. Schematic Design. First floor. Sheet A101. October 11, 2004.
13Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects, Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. Basement Floor plan. Sheet A100. October 11, 2004.
14Fondren Library Addition + Renovation. SBRA. Level One Floor plan. Sheet A102. April 4, 2000.
15Fondren Library Addition + Renovation. SBRA. Level Two Floor plan. Sheet A103. April 4, 2000.
16Fondren Library Addition + Renovation. SBRA. Sixth floor plan. Sheet A107. April 4, 2000.
17Fondren Library Addition + Renovation. SBRA. Roof plan. Sheet A108. April 4, 2000.
18Fondren Library Addition + Renovation. SBRA. Lower level floor plan. Sheet A101. April 4, 2000.
19Fondren Library Addition + Renovation. SBRA. Fifth floor plan. Sheet A106. April 4, 2000.
20Fondren Library Addition + Renovation. SBRA. Third floor plan. Sheet A104. April 4, 2000.
21Fondren Library Addition + Renovation. SBRA. Building Sections. Sheet A301. April 4, 2000.
22Fondren Library Addition + Renovation. SBRA. Fourth Floor plan. Sheet A105. April 4, 2000.
23Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects and SBRA. First floor furniture plan. Sheet AF101. August 1, 2005.
24Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects & SBRA. Basement Panel plan. Sheet AF100 panel. August 1, 2005.
25Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects & SBRA. Second Floor Furniture plan. Sheet AF102. August 1, 2005.
26Fondren Library Renovations. Bailey Architects & SBRA. Basement Furniture plan. Sheet AF100. August 1, 2005.

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Drawer 113: Library Service Center

Draweritem
1131Site plan with dimensions. Reduced set of architectural drawings. Letter of transmittal and specifications attached. March 27, 2003.
2Schematic Plan/Section. Option A/C. Letter of transmittal attached. April 1, 2003.
3Site plan. Reduced set of architectural plans. Sheets A2.01A3.31; E0.01-E5.01. June 13, 2003.
4Site Details. Reduced set of architectural plans. Sheets A2.12-A9.21; S1.0-S7.2; E0.01-E6.01; P1.01-P2.01. April 28, 2003.
5Reduced set of architectural plans. Sheets A3.02-A9.21; E0.01E5.01; P1.04. April 28, 2003.
6Reduced complete set of architectural drawings. December 4, 2002.
7Project Manuals. Volume I & II. Issued for permit revisions. December 4, 2002.
8Reduced set of architectural plans. Owner Review. October 1, 2002.
10Reduced set of architectural plans. Construction plans. March 5, 2003.
11Carpet sample.

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Drawer 114: Maps of Mexico and Mississippi

General note
Photocopies from the National Archives. Record Group No. 77 Civil Works Map File.
Draweritem
1141Fortifications, city of Monterey, Mexico, shewing the Attack of the US Forces. 2 sheets. September 1846.
2Plan of the Citadel at Monterey, Mexico. December 1846.
3Sketch of Monterey and its approaches by the Monclova and Saltillo. 2 copies. September 29, 1846.
4Sketch of Monterey and its approaches from the direction of Marin and Caideretta, 2 sheets. Second copy with different angle, 2 sheets. 1846.
5Sketch of Monterey and its approaches, General Taylor. 2 sheets. September 24, 1846.
6Fortifications of city of Monterey, Mexico. February 1, 1846.
7Monterey and its approaches, by Hughes. No date. 2 copies.
8Monterey as attacked and taken by General Taylor. September 1846.
9Sketch of Monterey and its approaches, by Meade. 2 sheets. September 1846.
10Trace of a copy of the map captured at the Battle of Resaca and Palma, by Pope. 2 sheets. No date.
11Central America including Texas, California and the northern states of Mexico. Published October 13, 1812.
12Reconnaisance of the country for 20 miles south of Saltillo, by Lieut. Gen. Meade. 2 copies. No date.
13Map of the country adjacent to the left bank of the Rio Grande below Matamoros. 1847.
14Sketch of the country between the Rio Braso del Norte and the Sierra Madre as high as Monterey copied from the map found among the papers of General [Arista], by Gen. Meade. 1846.
15Map of the country adjacent to the left bank of the Rio Grande below Matamoros. 1847.
16Plana Mayor del Ejercito Copia del Croquis formado por el. S. Gen. de Brigada D. Juan, by Valentin Amador. December 3, 1846.
17Road to Palo Alto Resaca de la Palma and Matamoros. No date.
18Plan accompanying Gen. Quitman's report. No date.
19[Map showing headquarters of Gens. Scott, Quitman, Worth]. No date.
20Plan of the Battle of Buena-Vista fought February 22nd and 23rd, 1847. 2 copies.
21Davis Island 15' Quadrangle, Mississippi. United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey. 4 sheets. 1963.
22Dwelling House in section II. Attached to Joseph E. Davis, V. Benjamin Sanders, et. al. Mississippi Archives. No date.
23Woodville, Mississippi Quadrangle. Mississippi 15' series. United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey. 1958.
24Gloster Quadrangle, Mississippi 15' series. United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey. 1961.
25Lands in Mississippi ceded by the Chickasaws to the United States, by Henry Mlusher. 1837.
26E diagram of the surveying district, south of Tennessee. Surveyors Office, Jackson, Mississippi. October 15, 1847.
27Vicksburg on Mississippi River. Engineer's Office. June 25, 1863.
28Map of the country between Millikens Bend, Louisiana and Jackson, Mississippi shewing the routes followed by the Army of the Tennessee under the command of Major General Lt. US Grant. April-May 1863.
29Desha. Mississippi River with islands. No date.
30Map of parts of the parishes of Madison and Tensas, Louisiana shewing the route taken by a detachment of the 9th Div. (Colonel Keigwin commanding) from Perkins plantation to Hard Times around Lake Saint Joseph and exploration up Bayou Vidal. No date.
31Diagram of the Surveying district south of Tennessee. W.J. Stone SC Washington. No date.
32The Chickasaw Cession of 1852 in Mississippi shewing the progress of the surveys to this date, November 7, 1834.
33Map of portions of Desha and Chicot County, Arkansas, and Washington and Bolivar County, Mississippi, Skipwith District. A. McFarland, Agent for Leasing plantations.
34Chickasaw Cession, No. 8 Mississippi. W.J. Stone, SC. Washington. 2 maps.
35Yazoo city on Yazoo River. No date.
36Vicksburg with railroads, battle grounds, towns identified. No date.
37Warren County, Mississippi; Madison Parrish, Louisiana; Jefferson County, Claiborne County along Mississippi River. 2 copies and a photocopy. No date.
38An official map of Vicksburg. 1849.
39Map of lands ceded by the Choctaw Nation to the United States and by the United States to the Choctaw Nation. Compiled from maps and plats printed for the U.S. General Land Office. 1882.
40Hinds, Monroe, and Covington Counties, Mississippi. 1822.
41Map of plantations in Carrol Parish, Louisiana and Issaquena County, Mississippi. Goodwich Division Skipwith District. A. McFarland Plantation Agent. No date.
42Plot of Vicksburg and Natchez Districts for leasing abandoned plantations. No date.
43A new map of Mississippi with roads and distances. Published by Thomas Cowperthwait & Co. No. 253 Market Street, Philadelphia. 2 copies. No date.
44General Highway Map Wilkinson County Mississippi. Mississippi State Highway Department Traffic and Planning Division. 1969.
45General Highway Map Warren County Mississippi. Mississippi State Highway Department Transportation on Planning Division. 1975.
46General Highway Map Hinds County Mississippi. Mississippi State Highway Department Transportation Planning Division. 1974.
47Four Mississippi Maps. Mississippi Territory ca. 1816; Early Statehood, ca. 1822; Growth of counties, ca. 1842; Steamboat Days [missing]; Reconstruction period, ca. 1873; Mississippi Historical Society reprinted 1974.

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Drawer 115: Civil War Battlefield Maps

Draweritem
1151Map of the Battlefield of Five Forks. Compiled from surveys made under the direction of N. Michler Major of Engineers. 2 sheets. No date.
2Extract of Military Map of N.E. Virginia...showing forts and roads. War Department, Engineers Bureau. 1865.
3Map of the Battlefield of Bull Run, Virginia. 1877.
4South Mountain showing the positions of the forces of the United States and of the enemy... under the command of Major General G. B. McClellan, September 14, 1862. 1872.
5Map of the Region between Gettysburg, PA and Appomattox Court House, VA. War Department Office of the Chief of Engineers. 2 sheets. 1869.
6Antietam. Surveys of Virginia and Maryland places under direction of Brig. Gen. N. Michler, Major of Engineers; under command of Maj. Gen. A.A. Humphreys, Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1867.
7Appomattox Court House. Surveys of Virginia and Maryland places under direction of Brig. Gen. N. Michler, Major of Engineers; under command of Maj. Gen. A.A. Humphreys, Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1867.
8Bermuda Hundred. Surveys of Virginia and Maryland places under direction of Brig. Gen. N. Michler, Major of Engineers; under command of Maj. Gen. A.A. Humphreys, Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1867.
9Chancellorville. Surveys of Virginia and Maryland places under direction of Brig. Gen. N. Michler, Major of Engineers; under command of Maj. Gen. A.A. Humphreys, Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1867.
10Cold Harbor. Surveys of Virginia and Maryland places under direction of Brig. Gen. N. Michler, Major of Engineers; under command of Maj. Gen. A.A. Humphreys, Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1867.
11Fredericksburg. Surveys of Virginia and Maryland places under direction of Brig. Gen. N. Michler, Major of Engineers; under command of Maj. Gen. A.A. Humphreys, Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1867.
12Harper's Ferry. Surveys of Virginia and Maryland places under direction of Brig. Gen. N. Michler, Major of Engineers; under command of Maj. Gen. A.A. Humphreys, Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1867.
13High Bridge and Farmville. Surveys of Virginia and Maryland places under direction of Brig. Gen. N. Michler, Major of Engineers; under command of Maj. Gen. A.A. Humphreys, Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1867.
14Jetersville and Sailors Creek. Surveys of Virginia and Maryland places under direction of Brig. Gen. N. Michler, Major of Engineers; under command of Maj. Gen. A.A. Humphreys, Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1867.
15North Anna. Surveys of Virginia and Maryland places under direction of Brig. Gen. N. Michler, Major of Engineers; under command of Maj. Gen. A.A. Humphreys, Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1867.
16Petersburg and Five Forks. Surveys of Virginia and Maryland places under direction of Brig. Gen. N. Michler, Major of Engineers; under command of Maj. Gen. A.A. Humphreys, Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1867.
17Richmond. Surveys of Virginia and Maryland places under direction of Brig. Gen. N. Michler, Major of Engineers; under command of Maj. Gen. A.A. Humphreys, Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1867.
18Spottsylvania Court House. Surveys of Virginia and Maryland places under direction of Brig. Gen. N. Michler, Major of Engineers; under command of Maj. Gen. A.A. Humphreys, Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1867.
19Totopotom[o]y. Surveys of Virginia and Maryland places under direction of Brig. Gen. N. Michler, Major of Engineers; under command of Maj. Gen. A.A. Humphreys, Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1867.
20The Wilderness. Surveys of Virginia and Maryland places under direction of Brig. Gen. N. Michler, Major of Engineers; under command of Maj. Gen. A.A. Humphreys, Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1867.
21Yorktown to Williamsburg. Movements of the Army of Potomac, by command of Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan, USA, under direction of Brig. Gen. A.A. Humphreys, U.S. Army, Corps of Engineers. 1862.
22Williamsburg to White House. Movements of the Army of Potomac, by command of Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan, USA, under direction of Brig. Gen. A.A. Humphreys, U.S. Army, Corps of Engineers. No date.
23White House to Harrison's Landing. Movements of the Army of Potomac, by command of Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan, USA, under direction of Brig. Gen. A.A. Humphreys, U.S. Army, Corps of Engineers. No date.
24First day of battle. Map of the Battlefield of Gettysburg, July 1-3, 1863. Office of the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army. 1876. 1883 edition.
25Second day of battle. Map of the Battlefield of Gettysburg, July 1-3, 1863. Office of the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army. 1876. 1883 edition.
26Third day of battle. Map of the Battlefield of Gettysburg, July 1-3, 1863. Office of the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army. 1876. 1883 edition.
27Map of Routes for a Pacific Railroad. Compiled to accompany the Report of the Hon. Jefferson Davis, Sec. of War, 1855. Reprint, 1975.
28Rocky Mountains to Puget Sound; from Explorations and surveys made under the direction of Hon. Jefferson Davis, Secretary of War, 1853-4. Reprint, 1975.
29The Territory of New Mexico from the Rio Grande to the Pacific Ocean, from explorations and surveys made under the direction of the Hon. Jefferson Davis, Secretary of War, 1853-4. Reprint, 1975.
30South Carolina Convention. An Ordinance to dissolve the union between state of South Carolina... [1860].
31South Carolina Convention. An Ordinance to dissolve the union between state of South Carolina... Copy 2, reduced size attached to two dowels. [1860].

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Drawer 116: Jefferson Davis

General note
Inventory of plates from Official Records Atlas located inside drawer.

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Drawer 117: Jefferson Davis

Draweritem
1171Battle at Great Bethel, June 10, 1861. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
2Pictoral History of the War of 1861. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. No. 293, Vol. XII. New York. June 29, 1861.
3U.S. Frigate St. Lawrence sinking the Rebel Privateer Petrel, off Charleston Harbor, on Sunday, August 4, 1861. New York Illustrated News.
4The Great Union Gun, intended to be mounted on the deck of the Minnesota... Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper p. 196. August 10, 1861.
5Reception by the people of New York of the Sixty-ninth Regiment. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, p. 205. August 10, 1861.
6The War on the Mississippi-landing of Capt. Bailey and Lieut. Perkins on the levee, New Orleans...Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, p. 120. May 31, 1862.
7Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. No. 364, Vol. XIV. New York. September 20, 1862.
8Pass of Rio Frio, on the road from Vera Cruz to the city of Mexico. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, p. 406. September 20, 1862.
9Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. No. 439, Vol. XVII. New York. February 27, 1864.
10General Sherman's Rear-guard. Harper's Weekly. April 2, 1864.
11Portraits of Major-General James McAllister Schofield and Brigadier General Augustus L. Chetlain. Harper's Weekly, p. 213. April 2, 1864.
12The First of April, 1864. Harper's Weekly. April 2, 1864.
13European Iron-clads. Harper's Weekly, p. 220. April 2, 1864.
14Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. No. 501, Vol. XX. New York. [Assassination and funeral of President Abraham Lincoln.] May 6, 1865.
15Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. No. 505, Vol. XX. New York. June 3, 1865.
16Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. No. 1,170, Vol. XLV. New York. March 2, 1878.
17Recapture from the Rebels of the Schooner Enchantress by the U.S. Steamer Albatross.
18The secession masked battery near Vienna, VA.
19Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. New York. No. 299, Vol. XII. August 10, 1861.
20New York Illustrated News. New York. No. 94, Vol. IV. August 19, 1861.
21War Supplement. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. New York. No. 347, Vol. XIV. May 31, 1862.
22Harper's Weekly: A Journal of Civilization. Vol. VIII, No. 379. New York. April 2, 1864.
23Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. No. 509, Vol. XX. New York. July 1, 1865.
24Harper's Weekly: Journal of Civilization. Vol. IX, No. 442. New York. June 17, 1865.
25Harper's Weekly: a Journal of Civilization. Vol. XIV, No. 714. New York. September 3, 1870.
26Harper's Weekly: a Journal of Civilization. Vol. XX, No. 1038. New York. November 18, 1876.
27The Century War Book. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. People's Pictorial Edition. The Century Series, Vol. 1, No. 2, April 2, 1894. Part II.
28The Century War Book. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. People's Pictorial Edition. The Century Series, Vol. 1, No. 3, April 9, 1894. Part III.
29The Century War Book. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. People's Pictorial Edition. The Century Series, Vol. 1, No. 4, April 16, 1894. Part IV.
30The Century War Book. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. People's Pictorial Edition. The Century Series, Vol. 1, No. 5, April 23, 1894. Part V.
31The Century War Book. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. People's Pictorial Edition. The Century Series, Vol. 1, No. 6, April 30, 1894. Part VI.
32The Century War Book. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. People's Pictorial Edition. The Century Series, Vol. 1, No. 7, May 7, 1894. Part VII.
33The Century War Book. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. People's Pictorial Edition. The Century Series, Vol. 1, No. 8, May 14, 1894. Part VIII.
34The Century War Book. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. People's Pictorial Edition. The Century Series, Vol. 1, No. 9, May 21, 1894. Part IX.
35The Century War Book. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. People's Pictorial Edition. The Century Series, Vol. 1, No. 10, May 28, 1894. Part X.
36The Century War Book. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. People's Pictorial Edition. The Century Series, Vol. 1, No. 11, June 4, 1894. Part XI.
37The Century War Book. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. People's Pictorial Edition. The Century Series, Vol. 1, No. 12, June 11, 1894. Part XII.
38The Century War Book. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. People's Pictorial Edition. The Century Series, Vol. 1, No. 13, June 18, 1894. Part XIII.
39The Century War Book. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. People's Pictorial Edition. The Century Series, Vol. 1, No. 14, June 25, 1894. Part XIV.
40The Century War Book. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. People's Pictorial Edition. The Century Series, Vol. 1, No. 15, July 2, 1894. Part XV.
41The Century War Book. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. People's Pictorial Edition. The Century Series, Vol. 1, No. 16, July 9, 1894. Part XVI.
42The Century War Book. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. People's Pictorial Edition. The Century Series, Vol. 1, No. 17, July 16, 1894. Part XVII.
43The Century War Book. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. People's Pictorial Edition. The Century Series, Vol. 1, No. 18, July 23, 1894. Part XVIII.
44The Century War Book. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. People's Pictorial Edition. The Century Series, Vol. 1, No. 19, July 30, 1894. Part XIX.
45The Century War Book. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. People's Pictorial Edition. The Century Series, Vol. 1, No. 20, August 6, 1894. Part XX.
46Hood's Texas Brigade Reunion. 2 photographs, no date given. Some individuals identified on transparent overlay.

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Drawers 118-125: Teas Nursery Collection (MS 567)

General note
Teas Nursery Collection (MS 567)

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Drawer 126: Roy M. Huffington

Draweritem
1261The DeBakey Award presented to Roy M. Huffington "For a Long Life Well Lived in Service to Mankind." Framed. September 30, 2004.
2Framed certificate, Roy M. Huffington, Ambassador to Republic of Austria. Signed by President George Bush and James Baker, III, Secretary of State. August 6, 1990.
3Framed photograph. Roy M. Huffington, Chariman 1986-1987 All-American Wildcatters.
4Brookings Institution Appreciation to Roy M. Huffington for service as member of Board from February 1984-May 1988. May 11, 1988.
5The MORF4 Gene, isolated by Researchers at the Huffington Center on Aging, presented to Huffington Family by the Faculty and Staff of the Huffington Center on Aging on ocassion of 10th Anniversary. Mounted on foamboard. April 7, 1998.
6Framed honor for Roy M. Huffington and Phyllis G. Huffington, "wise benefactors of Texas Medical Center." March 1, 1990.
7Framed "Golden Plate" Awarded to Roy M. Huffington for American Achievement. Includes program from ceremony banquet. June 28, 1986.

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Drawer 127: Roy M. Huffington

Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity. The LeaderShape Institute to Roy M. Huffington. July 29, 1986.
Certificate of Honor. US Department of Navy. The Hon. Roy M. Huffington, USS American CV-66 Tailhooker Certification. Includes photograph. May 23, 1995.
Outstanding Community Service. The College Republicans of SJSU, the Santa Clara County Republican Central Committee, the Santa Clara County Young Republicans, et al. Ambassador Roy M. Huffington. October 24, 1994.
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. Certificate of Appreciation for Financial Support, Roy M. Huffington, Inc. September 6, 1989.
Greater North Dallas High School Alumni Association. Roy M. Huffington. Certificate of Appreciation for Contribution.
Southern Methodist University and Cox School of Business Certificate of Appreciation. Roy Huffington. September 10, 2002.
AMF Incorporated. Roy M. Huffington, Member of Board of Directors Certificate of Service (since 1982 incorporation).
The University of Texas Health Science Center. Roy M. Huffington, member of Development Board, certificate of gratitude.
The University of Texas Health Science Center. Mr. R. Michael Huffington. The President's Club Certification. 1982.
The Special Forces Association, Houston, Texas Chapter XXXIX. Roy M. Huffington. Certificate of Honorary Membership. May 27, 1989.
Baylor College of Medicine. Certificate of acknowledgment to Roy M. Huffington for Investment in Discovery Campaign. July 1996-June 2001. August 2001.
Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity Resolution to Roy M. Huffington. August 1, 2008.
Diplomatic Club. "Botschafter des Jahres," Ambassador of the Year, 1992. October 1992.
Color caricature of Roy M. Huffington. No date.
The United States flag and crew patch flown aboard the Orbiter "Challenger," STS 51-B, April 29-May 6, 1985. Photographs and flag mounted on board, inscribed to Roy Huffington, US Ambassador to Austria. May 3, 1991.
Crew patches flown aboard Orbiter "Challenger," STS-8, August 30-September 5, 1983 and Space Shuttle "Columbia," STS-52, October 22-November 1, 1992. Photographs and crew patches mounted on board, presented to Ambassador Roy M. Huffington from National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
American Petroleum Institute. Gold Medal for Distinguished Achievement. October 20, 2003.
Plaque: Roy M. Huffington Wing, Salzburg Seminar. June 23, 2001.
Four aerial color photographs [Petroleum plant], no date.
Poster for Davis Cup Osterreich-USA competition, inscribed to Ambassador Huffington and signed by US + Austria Davis Cup Teams.
Poster: "Baldinger: This is not America, nor is it Roy Huffington." Art Exhibition March 19, 1993-April 22, 1993.
H.E. the President of the Republic of Indonesia with participants of the Indonesian Petroleum Assocation 14th Annual Convention at Istare Merdaka, Jakarta. Mounted photograph. October 9, 1985.
Mounted photograph and letter from William J. Crowe, Jr., Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff marking meeting with Council (Roy M. Huffington), in May 1986. July 9, 1986.
Calligraphy Certificate. Presented to Michael Huffington acknowledging his gift to The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York City, in memory of Roy M. Huffington's mother, Bertha Michel Huffington.

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Drawer 128: Roy M. Huffington

Glass plates with Der Landeshauptmann von Tirol etched in center. Housed in case.
Plaque: John Rogers Award, The Southwestern Legal Foundation. February 25, 1987
Marine Secuirty Detatchments, Guest of Honor Ambassador Roy M. Huffington, Marine Corps Ball, Vienna, Austria. 1992
Certificate for the “Medal of Honour” of the Institute of International Relations of Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University Certificate for the “Medal of Honour” of the Institute of International Relations of Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University.
Commemorative medal, “Institute of International Relations, Kyiv Taras Shevchenko National University.”

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Drawers 129-131: Rice University Early Land Deeds (UA 222)

General note
See Rice University Early Land Deeds (UA 222)

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Drawer 132: SMCA (South Main Center Association) (MS 501)

General note
See South Main Alliance Records (MS 501)
Draweritem
1321System Connector Alternatives Analysis. METRO Conceptual Plan. 34 sheets. April 21, 1988.
2Key maps of Houston neighborhoods and index. SW, SE, NE. 6 sheets. c. 1973.
3Trees for Main Street. Set of Tree selection planting plans. 9 sheets. May 3, 1984.
4Trees for Main Street. Enlarged drawings. No date.
5Hermann Park. Conceptual Plan for Improvements. 4 blueprints.
6General Plan of Hermann Park. Blueprint. 2 copies. June 1930.
7Regional Alternatives Analysis. Texas Medical Corridor Rail. 4 sheets. February 1988.
8Trees for Main Street. Planting sites with photographs. 5 sheets. April 13, 1982.
9Halfway House Locations. Grid map. City of Houston. Planning + Development. Data Systems Division. November 1995.
10South Main Corridor. Land Use Maps and Demographic Study. 3 sheets.
11Reliant Park M-1 Parking Facility Phase II. Pricing Set. 19 sheets. October 23, 2001.
12Reliant Park M-2 Parking Facility Phase III. Pricing Set. 11 sheets. October 23, 2001.
13Sexually Oriented Businesses. City of Houston Planning + Development. Data Systems Division. November 1995.
14Key maps of Southwest Houston. S I-610 corridor with pencilled additions. 2 sheets. No date.
15South main Center Area Map. Transparencies, preliminary drawing, proposed light rail corridor, and reduced copy. No date.
16US 90A Table of Proposed Driveways. 2 sheets. February 16, 1997.
17Museum Area Study: Study of Main at Southmore. Penciled sketches, photocopy. February 1995.
18South Main Center-Apartments. July 9, 1996.
19South Main Area Guide Map. c. 1990.
20Base Map. [Houston Museum Distict]. October 4, 2001.
21Downtown/Midtown Transit Street Improvements. Main Street Rehabilitation Calumet to Blodgett. 5 sheets. September 1, 2000.
22Map of South Main Area with Recreational areas designated. No date.
23Super Neighborhoods map. City of Houston. June 1998.
24Astrodome Area Map. 2 sheets. November 1995.
25Contract II: Traffic Control Plan. Set of 13 blueprints.
26Midtown Concept Plan. 3 sheets. No date.
27Capital Projects Department. City of Houston. Holcombe Blvd from Braeswood to Greenbriar. 2 sheets.
28The Museum Area Study. Houston, Texas. Quality of Pedestrian Realms. Proposed Street Planting. 2 sheets. February 1995.
29The Museum Area Study. Houston, Texas. Parking: Location and Quantity.
30The Museum Area Study. Houston, Texas. Pedestrian Continuity-proposed.
31The Museum Area Study. Houston, Texas. Pedestrian Quality-proposed.
32The Museum Area Study. Houston, Texas. Pedestrian Quality-existing.
33The Museum Area Study. Houston, Texas. Pedestrian Continuity-existing.
34The Museum Area Study. Houston, Texas. Shuttle Routes-proposed. 2 Sheets.
35Spur 527: Below Grade Option. No date.
36University Village Area: Land use as of 1992.
37Astrodome Complex. Parking Count Site plan. No date.
38METRO: Texas Medical Center/Southeast corridor traffic studies. 1989 24 hour weekday traffice volumes, AM and PM volumes. 3 sheets.

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Drawer 133: SMCA (South Main Center Association) (MS 501)

General note
See South Main Alliance Records (MS 501)
Draweritem
1331Schematic Layout Harris County US 59 (S). Depressed Option A. From Shepherd Dr to Spur 527. Texas Department of Transportation. (Rolled in drawer). February 1997.
2Road layout of Main Street with landscaping colored by marker. 3 sheets, oversize. (Rolled in drawer). No date.
3Texas Department of Transportation Schematic Layout US 90A from 0.1 mile E of Kirby Drive to 0.4 mile W of Hiram Clarke. Color, oversize. (Rolled in drawer). August 16, 1995.
4Concept Landscape Plan. South Main/US 90A. Main Street Coalition. Texas Department of Transportation. City of Houston. Blueprint. (Rolled in drawer). April 18, 2002.
5University Village-West University. Color poster. David Walton, illustrator. Responsive Printing Company. No date.
6The Galleria Area. Gerald S. English, illustrator. Responsive Printing Company. No date.
7Super Bowl XXXVIII Houston, Texas February 1, 2004. Color poster. c2003.
8Mobility Coordination Map. Planning + Development Department. Data Systems Division. November 1995.
9South Main Area. Land use as of '92. Planning + Development Department. Data Systems Division. October 17, 1997.
10Children Museum's Houston. Color poster. No date.
General note
Items 10-45: Posters advertising Museum and Gallery exhibitions.
11"Have an inner body experience." Museum of Health and Medical Science. No date.
12Olafur Eliasson: Photographs. The Menil Collection. May 26-September 5, 2004.
13Luisa Lambri: Locations. The Menil Collection. March 19-June 27, 2004.
14Franz Kline Black and White: 1950-1961. The Menil Collection. September 9-November 27, 1994.
15Robert Rauschenberg: A Retrospective. The Menil Collection, Contemporary Arts Museum, Museum of Fine Arts Houston. February 13-May 17, 1998.
16Sherrie Levine: Newborn. The Menil Collection, December 9, 1994-January 15, 1995. 3 copies.
17Sculpture of Black Africa: Gus Nicholson Collection. Rice Museum, Houston. December 12, 1980-February 22, 1981. 4 copies.
18Yves Klein (1928-1962): A Retrospective. Rice Museum, February 5-May 1982. 5 copies.
19Leger Our Contemporary. Rice Museum, April 14-June 11, 1978. 5 copies.
20ZOO. The Zoological Society of Houston. No date.
2137th Annual Houston International Film & Video Fest. WorldFest-Houston. April 16-25, 2004.
22La rime et la raison. The Menil Collection. April 18-July 30, 1984. 3 copies. Joseph Saco, Ciel de jeune femme (detail), 4 copies.
23Greek Icons After the Fall of Constantinople. The Menil Collection. March 15-June 2, 1996.
24Max Ernst: Dada and the Dawn of Surrealism. The Menil Collection. May 28-August 29, 1993. 2 copies.
25Joseph Cornell. Rice Museum, September 16-December 31, 1977. 3 copies.
26Cy Twombly: A Retrospective. The Menil Collection. February 12-March 19, 1995. 3 copies.
27Jasper Johns: the Sculptures. The Menil Collection. February 16-March 31, 1996. 3 copies.
28Cornered flourescent light from Dan Flavin in the Institute for the Arts, Rice University. October 5-November 26, 1972. 3 copies.
29Rolywholyover: A Circus for Museum by John Cage. The Menil Collection. January 14-April 2, 1994. 3 copies.
30Art Nouveau: Belgium/France. Rice Museum. March 26-June 27, 1976. 3 copies.
31African Art as philosophy. Institute for the Arts, Rice Museum, October 8, 1974-January 5, 1975. 3 copies.
32Houston Grand Opera: Richard Wagner's Lohengrin. October 22-November 6, 1992. 3 copies.
33The Art Guys: Think Twice, 1983-1995. Contemporary Arts Museum. April 8-June 25, 1995.
34Reading Prints: Selection from the Menil Foundation Collection, 16-19th century. Rice Museum. October 16-December 31, 1981. 4 copies.
35In and Out: Naive, Folk and Self-taught Artists for the Collection. The Menil Collection. June 12-October 11, 1998. 3 copies.
36Terminal Iron Works: Photographs of David Smith by Dan Budnik, from 1962 and 1963. Photographs of the sculpture and the fields, 1962-1973. Rice Museum. June 5-6, 1975. 4 copies.
37"Germs invade Museum." The world of Microbes. The Museum of Health & Medical Science. June 6-August 30, 1998. 3 copies.
38Max Ernst. Rice University. February 7-May 20, 1973. 3 copies.
39Conversations with the Dead by Danny Lyon. Photographs of Prison Life with the Letters and Drawings of Billy McCune #122054. Rice University, September 11-October 11, 1970. 3 copies.
40Defining Space. The Menil Collection. May 24-September 24, 1995. 3 copies.
41Black Folk Art in America: 1930-1980. Rice Museum. March 4-May 15, 1983. 4 copies.
42Jim Love: Up to Now. Rice Museum. September 5-November 16, 1980. 3 copies.
43Transfixed by Light. Photographs from the Menil Foundation Collection. Rice Museum. March 21-May 24, 1981. 3 copies.
44William Christenberry: Southern Views. No date. 4 copies.
45Security in Byzantium. Locking, Sealing and weighing. No date. 5 copies.

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Drawers 134-140 : SMCA (South Main Center Association) (MS 501)

General note
See South Main Alliance Records (MS 501)

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Drawer 141: Gertrude Barnstone Papers (MS 587)

Color photograph Gertrude Barnstone and Houston Independent School District Board. No date.
Three sketches on posterboard with colored charcoal [fountain?]. No date.
Poster: Gertrude Barnstone for State Senate, 15. No date.
Poster: Gertrude Barnstone, Amnesty International. No date.
Oversize color photograph, Gertrude Barnstone. No date.
Two black & white photographs of Gertrude Barnstone "Vote Nov. 6."
Color photograph of Gertrude Barnstone printed on paper. No date.
Mayoral proclamation "A Day for Sarajevo." Signed by Bob Lanier, Mayor of the City of Houston. April 13, 1995.
Certificate of appreciation for Gertrude Barnstone. Board of Directors, Houston Independent School District. December 15, 1969.
Laminated newspaper article, "..Not here, says Mrs. Barnstone." Houston Chronicle. April 18, 1965.
Poster: Gertrude Barnstone. Painting, Sculpture, Drawings. The Louisiana Gallery. April 18, 1964.
Two nude watercolors. (Removed from frames).
Oversized nude sketch in mat board.
Various sketches, posters, charcoal and ink drawings (50+)
U.S. Green Stamp Bldg. Poster with photographs of aluminum bent bar and tubing sculpture by Gertrude Barnstone.

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Drawer 142: Gertrude Barnstone Papers (MS 587)

Color photographs of sculpture mounted on two pieces of foamboard. No date.

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Drawer 143: Gertrude Barnstone Papers (MS 587)

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Drawer 144: Weber-Staub-Briscoe

General note
Weber Iron & Wire Co. All drawings in pencil unless noted.
Draweritem
1441Handrail design by Gustav Reimers.
2Color design for iron work by Gustav Reimers (sample available).
3Scrollwork design on tissue paper.
4Various scroll design sketches.
5Various leaf design sketches.
6No. 1882 sketch.
7No. 1875 sketch.
8Leaf sketch.
9No. 1854 sketch. 2 sheets.
10Horse and spur design.
11Detail of Door 1418 between Rooms 1456 and 1457. March 8, 1935.
12Detail of Door units 1340 and 1341. March 15, 1935.
13Detail of Door 1442 between Room 1458 and private toilet. John F. Staub-Kenneth Franzheim Architects. March 8, 1935.
14Iron stairail design.
15Garden gates design. 2204 Troon Road. February 22, 1954.
16Pedestal design.
17Photocopy of Electric exterior light fixtures. September 22, 1999.
18Boy playing flute, with bird design sketch.
19Driveway gates for Junior League of Houston + photograph. September 1976.
20Gate design by Gustav Reimers.
21Christ Church Cathedral Children's Chapel Entry gates.
22Encapsulated design sketch [tulip?].
23Encapsulated sketch of design for chair railing with fan design.
24Encapsulated gate design with detail of leaf design.
25Sketch of gate design with dimensions. Burnett. November 1973.
26Entry gate sketches. 4 sheets.
27Gate design with dimensions and photographs. T.G. McGreevy. February 1975.
28Stair rail and design with photographs, lucite rectangles. Hudson Penthouse St James Tower. March 1978.
29Entry gate design with dimensions. No date.
30Detail of design with flower.
31Door detail and dimensions. Howard Terry. October 1976.
32Door detail and dimensions and photograph. David Smyth. November 1977.
33Gate design with dimension. Dr. Joe Barnhart. August 1975.
34Entry Gate design with dimensions and photograph. Mr & Mrs. L.B. Ditto. No date.
35Entry gate design with dimensions. No date.
36Gate design with dimensions with photograph. Jim Robertson.
37Gate design with dimensions.
38Gate design with dimensions and photograph. Lovelady. September 1977.
39Gate design with dimensions.
40Fax copy of gate design. 1995.
41Gate design detail and photograph. 2 sheets. Geo. McGehee. February 1975.
42Gate design. No date.
43Entry gate design [four scrolls].
44Gate design with photograph. Dave Doucette. 2 sheets. October 1976.
45Gate design with dimensions.
46Gate design with heart pattern.
47Gate design. Dr. & Mrs. F.J. Greytok. 2 sheets. October 1977.
48Gate design with photograph. Warwick Hotel. November 1975.
49Gate design sketch.
50Gate design with dimensions and photograph.
51Gate design with dimension. Robert Landry. April 1975.
52Gate design with dimension. February 10, 1986.
53Gate design with dimensions. Entrance Gates. Mrs. Geo. B. Coale. August 17, 1967.
54Design details. December 1, 1983.
55Door design detail. Mr. + Mrs. Logan Bagby. February 1977.
56Gate design. Dooley Dawson. April 1971.
57Gate design with dimensions.
58Gate design with dimensions. R.B. Mulcahy. July 1977.
59Gate design with dimensions. Jerry Lacy. May 1977.
60Gate design with dimensions. Norma Adams. December 1977.
61Gate design with photograph. Evans Residence. October 1975.
62Gate design sketch.
63Entrance gates Mr. & Mrs. Howard Chen.
64Entrance gates. T.P. Hall. January 1978.
65Driveway gates. James Jump.
66Doorway gate with dimensions.
67Driveway Gate with photographs. October 1977.
68Grill and doors for J. Greenburg.
69Entrance gates. Peter Brooks. June 1971.
70[Neptune] and fish design detail. 2 sheets.
71Boy playing flute and girl at well design. [Houston Saengerbund on reverse].
72Girl watering flowers design.
73Finial sketch (sample)
74Leaf finial (sample)
75Doorway sketch with grate. (Harrison)
76Design detail (patternboard)
77Moon and star. Weathervane sketch.
78Floral design sketch.
79Scroll pattern sketch.
80Running horse design.
81Hardware design.
82Urn with petcock detail.
83Lead urn detail.
84Driveway gates and details. 3009 Avalon. August 2, 1979.
85Roadrunner design for weathervane. June 1976.
86Cross design. 2 small sketches, 1 oversize drawing.
87Photocopy of entrance door design. December 20, 196?
88"Sanitarium College." Design by George H. Weber. No date. Texas A&M College assignment.
89"A Frontispiece." Design by George H. Weber. No date. Texas A&M College assignment.
90"An Architects Residence and Studio." Design by George H. Weber. No date. Texas A&M College assignment.
91"Two pylons at entrance to Bridge." Design by George H. Weber. No date. Texas A&M College assignment.
92"End wing of an Embassy Building." Design by George H. Weber. No date. Texas A&M College assignment.
93"A Loggia." Design by George H. Weber. No date. Texas A&M College assignment.

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Drawer 145: Alice Staub Liddell Garden

Schematic Design and digital photographs on foamboard.
East-West Section through Alice Liddell Garden on foamboard. December 9, 2004.
Liddell Garden Idea Design on foamboard.
Schematic Design on foamboard. December 9, 2004.

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Drawer 146: Early Rice Institute History

Draweritem
1461Attic Story. Ex. 4. Rice Estate, Dunellen, N.J. B. Fosgate, Architect. Material used as evidence in trial. October 30, 1899.
2Second Story. Ex. 3. Rice Estate, Dunellen, N.J. B. Fosgate, Architect. Material used as evidence in trial. October 30, 1899.
3First Story. Ex. 2. Rice Estate, Dunellen, N.J. B. Fosgate, Architect. Material used as evidence in trial. October 30, 1899.
4Basement plan. Ex. 1. Rice Estate, Dunellen, N.J. B. Fosgate, Architect. Material used as evidence in trial. October 30, 1899.
5Residence. [Aerial drawing]. Ex. 5. Rice Estate, Dunellen, N.J. B. Fosgate, Architect. Material used as evidence in trial.
6An Apartment formerly occupied by Mr. Wm. M. Rice in the "Grenoble" Seventh Ave. & 57th St. Borough of Manhatten, New York City. Drawn by C.K. Birdsall. August 24, 1898.
7Apartment on 5th Floor of "The Berkshire" on 52nd and Madison Ave. occupied by Wm. M. Rice. Borough of Manhatten, New York City. Drawn by C.K. Birdsall, Architect. October 7, 1898.
8New York Herald. "Leaves from the Autobiography of Jones." by Roland Burnham Molineux. Encapsulated. April 14, 1907.
9Newspaper clippings from Evening Journal. "Poison Potion for Rice!" Mounted on posterboard. Encapsulated. October 27, 1900.
10Various newspaper clippings regarding claims to Rice fortune. Attached to posterboard. Encapsulated. May 24-28, 1901.

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Drawer 147: Residential Colleges

Series I: Wiess College
General Note
Wiess College records (UA 079)
Draweritem
1471Framed poster of Hamlet article with plaque - to George Greanias from Bill Blanton May 18, 1985
2University Musical Show Award - Presented by BMI to Harbingers, Tom Senning 1988-1989
Series II: Martel College
General Note
Martel College records (UA 119)
Draweritem
1473Beach Party poster April 21, 2012
Series III: Brown College
General Note
Brown College records (UA 074)
Draweritem
1474Talent Show poster February 3, 2011
5Bacchanalia poster April 9, 2011
Series IV: Jones College
General Note
Jones College records (UA 077)
Draweritem
1476Red Light District poster November 19, 2011
Series V: Lovett College
General Note
Lovett College records (UA 071)
Draweritem
1477Senior picture collage 2011
8Senior picture collage 2012

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Drawer 148: Miscellaneous University Archive Materials

Draweritem
1481Architectural drawings of Media Center Courtyard and Continuing Studies Courtyard - UA 229 Dean of Continuing Studies (Mary McIntire) 1991
General Note
Dean of Continuing Education Records (UA 229)
2Posters: Life in Rio de Janeiro - UA 303 Alida Metcalf Academic Papers 2012
3Sid Richardson College Theater - Don't Drink the Water poster Spring 1986
General Note
Rice University Sid Richardson College records (UA 065)
4Ralph S. O'Connor House - UA 140 Rice University Finance and Administration Office records 2006
General Note
Rice University Finance and Administration Office records (UA 140)
5Panoramic B&W photograph of the 1951 graduate class of Milby High School, Houston, TX (Mary Alice Flores) - UA 311 [Rice] Hispanic History Project 1951
General Note
Rice University Hispanic History Project (UA 311)
6Save KTRU poster 2010
General Note
KTRU Radio records (UA 011)
7Sid Richardson College School Girls poster March 10, 2012
General Note
Rice University Sid Richardson College records (UA 065)
8Herring Hall - Ground floor, building sections, elevations October 26, 1982
General note
Charles W. Duncan, Jr. business papers (MS 583)
9Jones College group photograph 1985
General Note
Rice University Campanile records 1982, 1985 (UA 316)
10Will Rice College collage 2010-2011
General Note
Will Rice College records (UA 073)
11Hanszen College Superhero-Week drawing 2000
General Note
Hanszen College records (UA 072)
12EEB Greenhouse. 100% CD-Pricing and Permit. M.D. Anderson Biological Sciences Building. Architect: Gensler. December 16, 2005
13Photocopy of Rice-themed Pogo cartoon by Walt Kelly, inscribed to Bruce Wallace. Cartoonist Walt Kelly visited Rice Institute on October 15, 1952 delivering a lecture on the Political Background of Pogo. 1952
14Rice Memorial Center metal sign (oversize on top of map cases) ca. ? - 2012
15James Street and Edythe Fulton, Will Rice College Master photograph n.d.
General Note
Will Rice College records (UA 073)
16Guyle Calvin, Sid Richardson College President photograph (1 original, 1 copy) 1970/1971
General Note
Rice University Sid Richardson College records (UA 065)
17Robert Clayton Roberts, Sid Richardson College President photograph 1976/1977
General Note
Rice University Sid Richardson College records (UA 065)
18Kevin L. McKenna, Sid Richardson College President photograph 1978/1979
General Note
Rice University Sid Richardson College records (UA 065)
19Baker College O-Week banner 2012
General Note
Rice University Baker College records (UA 082)
20Duncan College Beer Bike poster 2013
General Note
Rice University Duncan College records (UA 313)
21Rendering of Sally Reynold's Office, 3rd Floor Fondren Library (UA 178) n.d.
22Robert Venturi sketch for Fondren Library (UA 178)
23Renovations to Level 1, MD Anderson Biological Laboratories Building. Dr. Seimann Lab Renovations, Dr. Dunham lab Renovations (2 copies) May 1, 2009

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Drawer 149: Swisha House collection (MS 607)

Draweritem
1491Platinum record for Paul Wall's The Peoples Choice (oversize framed item)

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Drawer 150-151: Anderson Todd academic papers (UA 314)

General note
See Anderson Todd academic and career papers (UA 314)

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Drawer 152: Rice University Centennial Celebration 2012

General Note
Centennial Celebration records (UA 315)
Draweritem
1521Associates & William Marsh Rice Dinner. Founder's Court. Rice 2012. The Events Company seating plan October 11, 2012
2RDA (Rice Design Alliance) Gala. Founder's Court. Rice 2012. The Events Company seating plan October 14, 2012.
3Spectacle Party. Founder's Court. Rice 2012. The Events Company seating plan October 13, 2012
4Faculty/Staff Reception. Founder's Court. Rice 2012. The Events Company seating plan October 10, 2012
5Esperanza. Founder's Court. Rice 2012. The Events Company seating plan October 12, 2012
6Community Luncheon. Founder's Court. Rice 2012. The Events Company seating plan October 12, 2012
7Centennial posters

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Drawers 153-155: Alumni Association awards

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Drawers 157-170: William T. Cannady Architectural Projects Records (MS 577)

General note
See William T. Cannady Architectural Projects (MS 557)

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Drawers 172-173: Springfield Republican, Christian Watchmen and Reflector, Bunker Hill Aurora, Newspapers 1830s-1870s

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