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Centennial Series: Rice student's scrapbook from first graduating class shown to family

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Uploaded on Feb 8, 2012

When the Rice Institute opened its doors in Houston in 1912, a young man named William Nathan was one of the first students to attend. A hundred years later in New York, Debbie Nathan heard there was a scrapbook full of photos and documents of her grandfather's time at Rice tucked away in a library, and she couldn't wait to see it. She recently visited Houston with her sister, Anita, and they spent the day reliving their grandfather's youth with Rice University Historian Melissa Kean.

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