As far as I know the only thing these have to do with Rice is that we found them tucked inside an old Campanile:
The first picture was taken on March 11, 1929, the second on March 13. The wreck that killed Lee Bible and a photographer was a gruesome one, so much so that Major Henry Segrave immediately retired from attempting land speed records. In a turn of events that shines much light on the human condition, Segrave died a year later chasing a new water speed record.
Note: I’m taking next week off for spring break. If anything interesting happens while I’m gone, take some pictures.