Classic dormitory boredom, West Hall, probably either 1923 or 1924 based on the banner between the windows.
Bonus: Speaking of folly.
I don’t get it. Is this a massive divot by a frustrated Rice weenie?
No, it’s preparation for planting another doomed Italian cypress to replace the one that died last week.
They keep doing this. Rice, I mean. The Italian cypresses can’t help themselves.
Although, even after enlarging, I can’t tell for sure, but it looks like the two door plates and handles are the same that were used in the original construction around the campus and that you were going to someday say more about. What is the significance of the Peacocks?
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