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Architect and historian Ben Koush will discuss the postwar years at Rice when the university embarked on a 15-year building campaign that radically transformed its architectural character. The biggest project was the 70,000-seat Rice Stadium designed by Lloyd & Morgan with Milton McGinty, a firm run by alums. Koush is the author of a forthcoming book on the work of Lloyd, Morgan & Jones.

Architect and historian Ben Koush will discuss the postwar years at Rice when the university embarked on a 15-year building campaign that radically transformed its architectural character. The biggest project was the 70,000-seat Rice Stadium designed by Lloyd & Morgan with Milton McGinty, a firm run by alums. Koush is the author of a forthcoming book on the work of Lloyd, Morgan & Jones.

Architect and historian Ben Koush will discuss the postwar years at Rice when the university embarked on a 15-year building campaign that radically transformed its architectural character. The biggest project was the 70,000-seat Rice Stadium designed by Lloyd & Morgan with Milton McGinty, a firm run by alums. Koush is the author of a forthcoming book on the work of Lloyd, Morgan & Jones.

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WHERE

The Heritage Society at Sam Houston Park
1100 Bagby St.
Houston, TX 77002
http://www.heritagesociety.org/?mc_cid=440d355e96&mc_eid=9c5f26c8fd

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Free-$5
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