Fall 2005, http://www.rice.edu/fondren/info/nff/nff15no1.pdf
The Rice Institute Pamphlets were an interdisciplinary scholarly journal published at Rice between 1915 and 1981. The journal featured papers by leading intellectuals such as Julian Huxley, an English biologist, philosopher and early faculty member at Rice; Maurice Ravel, a French composer known for such works as Bolero; and Emile Borel, a French mathematician who created the first effective theory of the measure of points. The project includes Volume 1 (1915) to Volume 3 (1946) and Index Volume for Volumes 1-47.
The Collection on DSpace: http://dspace.rice.edu/handle/1911/8324