Gallery view

1965

Joseph S. Marcus with E. Ernest Lindsey

Joseph Sol Marcus (Professor, School of Engineering) stands in front of a bookcase shaking hands with E. Ernest Lindsey, who was the first Head of the Chemical Engineering Department (1952). "L - Joseph S. Marcus U.Mass engin. prof, R - E.E. Lindsay [sic] dean, Umass School of Engin." written on back. "Communications Office, Broadcasting and Photographic Services, University o... more

University Photograph Collection

1955

Joseph S. Marcus

Head and shoulders portrait of a younger Joseph Sol Marcus (Professor of Chemical Engineering). Dr. Marcus first came to the University in 1948 as an instructor in, then professor of, engineering. He also served as an assistant dean, associate dean, Special Assistant to the Chancellor, then as Acting Dean of Engineering before his retirement in 1984. He was instrumental in ... more

University Photograph Collection

1980

Joseph S. Marcus

Joseph Sol Marcus (Acting Dean, School of Engineering) stands behind a chair while wearing a suit and boutonniere. Dr. Marcus first came to the University in 1948 as an instructor in, then professor of, engineering. He also served as an assistant dean, associate dean, Special Assistant to the Chancellor then as Acting Dean of Engineering before his retirement in 1984. He was ... more

University Photograph Collection

1965 Nov. 1

Joseph S. Marcus in a meeting

Professor Joseph Sol Marcus (Assistant Dean, School of Engineering) discusses some papers with members of the University. From left: Leland H. Roblee, Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering; John W. Eldridge, Head of the Department of Chemical Engineering; Jack (H.J.) Littlefield, Planning Office; Professor Marcus; and George Marston, Dean of Engineering.

University Photograph Collection

1972

Joseph S. Marcus

Head and shoulders portrait of Joseph Sol Marcus (Professor of Chemical Engineering). Dr. Marcus first came to the University in 1948 as an instructor in, then professor of, engineering. He also served as an assistant dean, associate dean, Special Assistant to the Chancellor, then as Acting Dean of Engineering before his retirement in 1984. He was instrumental in the tr... more

University Photograph Collection

1965

Joseph S. Marcus with E. Ernest Lindsey

Joseph Sol Marcus (Professor, School of Engineering) stands in front of a bookcase with E. Ernest Lindsey, who was the first Head of the Chemical Engineering Department (1952). "L - Joseph S. Marcus, R - E.E. Lindsay [sic]" written on back. "Communications Office, Broadcasting and Photographic Services, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts" stamped on bac... more

University Photograph Collection

1977

Russel C. Jones sitting with Joseph S. Marcus at office table

Joseph Sol Marcus (left) and Russel Cameron Jones sitting together at an office table with looseleaf pages. Handwritten note on back reads: "Joe Marcus, Asst. Dean of Engineering; Dean of Engineering Russel C. Jones".

University Photograph Collection

1975

Joseph S. Marcus at a ceremony

Joseph Sol Marcus (Associate Dean, School of Engineering) stands next to a podium holding an envelope or paper while listening to a speaker with three other men. Handwritten on back is the note: "left to right: Joseph S. Marcus, Associate Dean of Engineering; William Venoman [sic], Treasurer, R.R. Society; Mason [illegible], President; William Kaiser, Secretary; and Clifford Stone, Vic... more

University Photograph Collection

1972 Nov. 7

Joseph Sol Marcus with Alfred Wandrei

Professor Joseph Sol Marcus (Professor, School of Engineering) at his desk with a book while Professor Alfred Wandrei stands next to him. Dr. Marcus first came to the University in 1948 as an instructor in, then Professor of, engineering, eventually becoming assistant dean, associate dean, Special Assistant to the Chancellor and Acting Dean of Engineering before his ... more

University Photograph Collection

1975

Joseph S. Marcus with Theodore P. Theodores and Jim Parks

Joseph Sol Marcus (Associate Dean, School of Engineering) chats with Theodore Theodores ('58), who was a recipient of a College of Engineering Distinguished Alumni Award, and Jim Parks ('73).

University Photograph Collection