Panoramic Rice

Men of Rice Institute, group photograph, 1922

Men of Rice Institute, 1922

Fondren Library recently acquired a new scanner called the Indus. With this new tool, we’ve been able to scan larger maps and panoramic photographs. We’re quite excited about the larger items that we can now easily scan and post online.

Here are a few images from the 1920s. If you’d like to see the images up close, click on the image and look at the jp2 version.

Rice Institute class of 1920 group photograph

Rice Institute class of 1920

Rice Institute student body, 1924-1925

Rice Institute student body, 1924-1925

 

3 Responses to “Panoramic Rice”


  1. 1 C Kelly July 18, 2014 at 1:58 am

    This is terrific.

  2. 3 norieguthrie July 22, 2014 at 8:17 pm

    Actually, we use the djakota viewer for all of our newly uploaded images. There are some digitized photographs that do not have that capability, but hopefully we’ll get those updated in the next couple of years.


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