Merry Christmas, 1933

New Merry Christmas December 22 1933 Thresher

Bonus: My favorite campus decoration this year was the tree in the Dean of Engineering’s suite. As I was walking past my eye was caught by the little owls with the letters on them. Stumped, I went in and asked about them. They’re the initials of the folks who work there.


Holiday Note: Mercifully, the library is closed from this afternoon until January 4th. I’m looking forward to using this break to think about something other than Rice. See y’all in January and Merry Christmas!

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2 Responses to Merry Christmas, 1933

  1. Richard Schafer says:

    And a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you, too, Melissa. Thanks for all the wonderful insights you have brought us this year.

  2. Barney L. McCoy says:

    Melissa, thanks to your J. Frank Dobie post, “Coronado’s Children” and “Apache Gold and Yaqui Silver” were under my Christmas tree this morning. Happy Holidays and catch up on your sleep.
    Barney L. McCoy, Hanszen 67

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