Horace Baldwin Rice

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Horace Rice

Horace Baldwin Rice was a prominent early Texas businessman. He was born in 1861. Rice was also very active in politics, serving once as Harris County Commissioner and twice as Mayor of Houston, from 1896 to 1898 and again from 1905 to 1913. He was also the grandson of Horace Baldwin, who served as mayor in 1844.

Preceded by
Andrew L. Jackson
Mayor of Houston, Texas
1905–1913
Succeeded by
Ben Campbell
Preceded by
John T. Browne
Mayor of Houston, Texas
1896–1898
Succeeded by
Samuel H. Brashear
The yacht, the "Zeeland", owned by H. Baldwin Rice, one time mayor of Houston and nephew of William Marsh Rice.

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