We recently received a whole bunch of Dr. Bill Wilson’s things in the Woodson and among them I found these peculiar documents:
This is, of course, a complete mystery. If anyone can explain, please do. Although I suspect no really good explanation is possible.
Bonus: The real treasures in the boxes are the hundreds of recordings of Rice events made by Dr. Bill.
Hello Hamlet from 1984! How can one view the superb acting, singing, and stage production of that most excellent performance?
Dr. Bill was a great asset to Rice and particularly Weiss College. He is missed, but his legacy lives on in the thousands of lives he influenced.
Any chance he recorded the “Flying Gamma” Aggie band performance in the 1981 game?
The MOB’s videotape of it vanished sometime in the ’90s.
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