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Portrait of William Penn Brooks (President, Mass. Agricultural College, 1905-1906) pinned to a corkboard and photographed. "Dr. Wm P. Brooks of Amherst - 1875" and "William P. Brooks" handwritten on back. "Dec 7 1938" stamped on back. Mr. Brooks passed away in March 1938.
(University Photograph Collection)

1919
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Front view of the homestead and birthplace of William Penn Brooks (President, Mass. Agricultural College, 1905-1906) in Scituate (now Norwell), Massachusetts. It is believed that this homestead was built in or about 1723 by Nathaniel Brooks II. Nathaniel VI was the father of President Brooks. Note the two Japanese maples planted in front of the house.
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Draper, Henry
1963
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Formal head and shoulders portrait of William Penn Brooks (President, Mass. Agricultural College, 1905-1906) as a college graduate. "Wm P. Brooks, S. Scituate, Mass." and "1875" handwritten on back. "J. L. Lovell, Amherst, Mass." printed on back.
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Lovell, J. L. (John Lyman), 1825-1903
1875
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Formal head and shoulders portrait of William Penn Brooks (President, Mass. Agricultural College, 1905-1906). Oval photograph on cardboard mount. "Wm P. Brooks" handwritten on back.
(University Photograph Collection)

1900
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Formal head and shoulders portrait of William Penn Brooks (President, Mass. Agricultural College, 1905-1906). "Brooks, William P." hand-printed on back. "Library of the Massachusetts State College, Amherst, Mass." and "M.S.C. Collection" printed on back.
(University Photograph Collection)

1895
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Partial side view of the homestead and birthplace of William Penn Brooks (President, Mass. Agricultural College, 1905-1906) in Scituate (now Norwell), Massachusetts. It is believed that this homestead was built in or about 1723 by Nathaniel Brooks II. Nathaniel VI was the father of President Brooks. One of the two Japanese maples planted in front of the house can be ... more
(University Photograph Collection)

Draper, Henry
1963
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View of a kitchen fireplace in the homestead and birthplace of William Penn Brooks (President, Mass. Agricultural College, 1905-1906) in Scituate (now Norwell), Massachusetts. It is believed that this homestead was built in or about 1723 by Nathaniel Brooks II. Nathaniel VI was the father of President Brooks. Note the hearth oven to the right.
(University Photograph Collection)

Draper, Henry
1963
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An elder William Penn Brooks (President, Mass. Agricultural College, 1905-1906) standing next to a mature pine tree. Typewritten note on front reads: "Dr. William P. Brooks, standing among the Scotch Pines he helped plant in 1874." "Dr. Wm. P. Brooks, 1934" and "Wm. W. Chilson" handwritten on back. "Massachusetts State College, College News Service, Amherst, Massachuse... more
(University Photograph Collection)

1934
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Portrait of William Penn Brooks (President, Mass. Agricultural College, 1905-1906) in his younger years. "Lovell, Amherst, Mass." printed on front. "Dr. Brooks" handwritten on back.
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Lovell, J. L. (John Lyman), 1825-1903
1895
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Formal head and shoulders portrait of William Penn Brooks (President, Mass. Agricultural College, 1905-1906). "Sheldon - opp. Memorial Hall, Northampton, Mass." printed on front. "William P. Brooks, Prof. of Agr. M.A.C. 1895" and "Class of 1875" handwritten on back.
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Sheldon Studio (Northampton, Mass.)
1895