1934 Nov. 3
Massachusetts - President Hugh Potter Baker, Massachusetts Governor Joseph B. Ely and former President Kenyon L. Butterfield gather with members of the Board of Trustees, among others, during the laying of the cornerstones for Goodell Library and Thatcher Hall. Photograph donated by Everett Kosarick.
Group picture of Mass Agricultural College and Mass State College Presidents sitting in an office (l-r): Edward M. Lewis, Hugh P. Baker (standing), Kenyon L. Butterfield, and Roscoe W. Thatcher. (Written on back of picture, 1933).
Plaque to honor President Butterfield's service to Massachusetts Agricultural College. The plaque reads: Presented to President Kenyon L. Butterfield by the Alumni, Massachusetts Agricultural College, in grateful recognition of his distinguished service, 1906-1924. Kenyon L. Butterfield served as President of Massachusetts Agricultural College from 1906-1924.
Howard Photo (Northampton, Mass.)
Group portrait of Hugh P. Baker (President, Mass. State College, 1933-1947) and former Presidents Edward M. Lewis (1912, 1924-27), Roscoe W. Thatcher (1927-32) and Kenyon L. Butterfield (1906-24). The four men are standing behind a desk in an office in South College. "Howard Photo, Northampton, Mass." and "News Service, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Mass." st... more
Portrait of Kenyon Butterfield. He is seated, holding a book. Stamped on the back of the photo: Photograph by George H. Davis Studio, Massachusetts Ave., Boston, Mass. Kenyon L. Butterfield served as President of Massachusetts Agricultural College from 1906-1924.
Barnes, Lincoln Wade
Kenyon Butterfield is shown posing for a portrait with his family, which consists of a son, three older women and an older man, and his wife. On the back of the photo is stamped: Lincoln W. Barnes, Amherst, Mass. Written on the back in pencil: Butterfield family at Memorial Hall, cornerstone exercises. Kenyon L. Butterfield served as President of Massachusetts Agricultural Coll... more
1922 Apr. 19
President Butterfield is seen dressed for forestry work beside a few fallen trees in a forest. Caption on the back of the photo states that this was the site of the Metawampe club cabin on Mt.Toby. Chief Metawampe was a local Native American who lived in the area in the 17th century. Kenyon L. Butterfield served as President of Massachusetts Agricultural College from 19... more