Gallery view

1970

Joseph H. Taylor, UMass Amherst Professor of Physics and Astronomy, in his laboratory

Amherst (Mass.) - Joseph Hooton Taylor Jr., UMass Amherst Professor of Physics, stands among a variety of laboratory equipment

University Photograph Collection

1968 Jan. 10

Rudolph Schuster and Benton Hatch at the Association of American University Presses' Quality Book Show

Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of photos depicting Prof. Rudolp Schuster (left) and librarian Benton Hatch (right) at the Quality Book Show held by the Association of American University Presses. The show featured a UMass Press book (edited by Benton Hatch) as one of 25 best university press books for 1967. The travelling exhibition was held in the Student Union.

University Photograph Collection

1970

Joseph H. Taylor, UMass Amherst Professor of Physics and Astronomy, and giant radio telescope

Amherst (Mass.) - Joseph Hooton Taylor Jr., Professor of Physics, poses in front of a painting or photograph of a giant radio telescope at dusk. "Maria Danziger" is signed beneath the bowl of the dish with another, more faint signature over the professor's left shoulder. "Dr. Joseph H. Taylor Jr." signed on back.

University Photograph Collection

1974 Oct. 24

Joseph H. Taylor, UMass Amherst Professor of Physics and Astronomy, standing at a blackboard

Amherst (Mass.) - Joseph Hooton Taylor Jr., Professor of Physics, stands at a classroom blackboard with periodicals lining the shelves of a bookcase. "Prof. Joseph Taylor - binary pulsar discovery, U.B., Oct. 24, 1974, page 7" written on back.

University Photograph Collection

1945

Willard A. Munson Studio portrait of the Director of the Extension Service

Amherst (Mass.) - Willard A. Munson: upon his retirement, Munson Hall was named in his honor.

University Photograph Collection

1968 Jan. 10

Rudolph Schuster and Benton Hatch at the Association of American University Presses' Quality Book Show

Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of photos depicting Prof. Rudolp Schuster (left) and librarian Benton Hatch (right) at the Quality Book Show held by the Association of American University Presses. The show featured a UMass Press book (edited by Benton Hatch) as one of 25 best university press books for 1967. The travelling exhibition was held in the Student Union.

University Photograph Collection

1970

Joseph H. Taylor, UMass Amherst Professor of Physics and Astronomy, in front of a giant radio telescope

Amherst (Mass.) - Joseph Hooton Taylor Jr., Professor of Physics, poses in front of a painting or photograph of a giant radio telescope at dusk. "Maria Danziger" is signed beneath the bowl of the dish with another, more faint signature over the professor's left shoulder.

University Photograph Collection

1974

Joseph H. Taylor, UMass Amherst Professor of Physics and Astronomy, sitting at a desk

Amherst (Mass.) - Joseph Hooton Taylor Jr., Professor of Physics, speaks while sitting at a desk strewn with papers. "Alum. V/s, D/J 75, UB Fall 74 - Joe Taylor, radio astronomer - binary pulsars" written on back.

University Photograph Collection

1910

Helena T. Goessmann

Amherst (Mass.) - Matted oval portrait, side view. Goessmann was the daughter of long-time MAC professor Charles A. Goessmann. She was hired as an Assistant in English in 1910 and promoted to instructor in 1914, and may have been the first woman member of the faculty.

University Photograph Collection

1930 Jan. 10

Barnes, Lincoln Wade

Faculty volleyball, Massachusetts Agricultural College 1

Amherst (Mass.) - Faculty members posed with volleyballs on bleachers in gymnasium.

University Photograph Collection