Chemistry Lane, 1941

Another startling image from the camera of Neil Brennan, this one labeled “Chemistry Lane”:

New Chemistry Lane Neil Brennan 1941

I was only confused momentarily. I’ve noticed this before but from very different angles. You can see it here in this 1946 aerial, the long diagonal line that runs from the inner loop just west of the Chemistry Building all the way out to Rice Boulevard:

Aerial 1946

Neil Brennan is the only person I’ve ever come across who thought to take a picture from inside.

Bonus: Horse shit.

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3 Responses to Chemistry Lane, 1941

  1. C Kelly says:

    Has Peruna been on Rice’s campus?

  2. Pingback: Behind the Chemistry Building | Rice History Corner

  3. Deborah Gronke Bennett BSEE Hanszen 1982 says:

    When did Chemistry Lane disappear?

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