Guide to the Rice Institute 1924 Campanile yearbook printer's copy, photographs and graphics, 1923-1924 UA 379
The printer's copy of the 1924 Campanile was received from the family of James I. Campbell, who as a senior at Rice Institute, was this edition's editor. The business manager was Lindsay Blayney, Jr., also a member of the senior class, and a son of the chairman of the German Dept., who had been one of the first faculty members chosen by President Lovett. Both Campbell and Blayney earned bachelor of arts degrees in 1924. Campbell then earned a bachelor of science in architecture at Rice three years later. He went on to a distinguished career as an architect, culminating in the presidency of the Baltimore chapter of the American Institute of Architects in 1969.
The collection consists of the bound printer's copy of the 1924 yearbook of Rice Insitute, the Campanile. Also in the collection are envelopes of photographs apparently considered for use and 8" by 10" copies of photographic portraits that were used in smaller format. Samples of the intended covers and decorative printing and artwork to be used especially on pages without photographs are also included. Invoices for various stages of the production are included as well.
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Conditions Governing Use
Permission to publish from the 1924 Campanile printer's copy, photographs and graphics must be obtained from the Woodson Resarch Center, Fondren Library.
Rice Institute 1924 Campanile yearbook printer's copy, photographs and graphics, UA 379, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University
Gift from the family of James I. Campbell, 2016.
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