Gallery view

1988 Mar. 9

Joseph Duffey with Chinua Achebe and Wilfred Cartey

Chancellor Joseph Duffey (left) smiles and holds a glass while standing next to Achebe Chinua, who was once a visiting professor in English and Afro-American studies, during a reception. To the right is Dr. Wilfred Cartey, a distinguished professor of Black Studies at City College in New York.

University Photograph Collection

1990

Chancellor Joseph D. Duffey standing indoors with Maurille J. Fournier and Franklin W. Stahl.

Standing and talking with two ment. Note on back reads, 'Left to right: Maurille J. Fournier, Franklin W. Stahl, Chancellor Joseph Duffey'.

University Photograph Collection

1988

David C. Knapp and Joseph D. Duffey with three unidentified women and five unidentified men in academic regalia

Group portrait of David C. Knapp with unidentified mena and women inside, wearing graduation attire. Front row, seated (l-r) unidentified female, President David C. Knapp (wearing medallion), unidentified African American female, Chancellor Joseph D. Duffey, unidentified female. Back row, standing (l-r) five unidentified males.

University Photograph Collection

1988 Mar. 9

Joseph Duffey toasting Chinua Achebe

Chancellor Joseph Duffey toasts a smiling Achebe Chinua (middle), who was once a visiting professor in English and Afro-American studies, during a reception. To the right is Dr. Wilfred Cartey, a distinguished professor of Black Studies at City College in New York.

University Photograph Collection

1986

David C. Knapp, Joseph D. Duffey, Michael S. Dukakis, Grace M. Hopper, Julius Erving, Au Wang, Sidney Kaplan, Thomas P. Costin, Jr., and Andrew Iosue

Group portrait of Honorary Degree Recipients and others, 1986. Front row, seated (l-r): Governor Michael S. Dukakis, Chancellor Joseph D. Duffey, President David C. Knapp (wearing medallion), and Julius Erving ("Dr. J"). Back row, standing (l-r): Rear Admiral Grace M. Hopper, An Wang, Sidney Kaplan, Thomas P. Costin, Jr., and General Andrew Iosue. Written on back of photo: 19... more

University Photograph Collection

1985

Barbara Burn, Joseph Duffey and Lynn Vendien

Umass Chancellor Joseph Duffy signs international exchange agreements with new sister institutions. He is flanked by Barbara Burn,(L) Director of International Programs at UMass, and Lynn Vendien (R) emeritus professor who helped organize the exchange with the University Queensland

University Photograph Collection

1990

Buffey Saint Marie, David C. Knapp, John Lewis, John Kerry Joseph D. Duffey, Randolph W. Bromery, John F. Kerry in academic regalia

Group portrait of David C. Knapp with colleagues, inside, wearing academic regalia. Front row, seated (l-r) Senator John F. Kerry, unidentified male, Chancellor Joseph D. Duffey, (former Chancellor) Randolph W. Bromery. Back row, standing (l-r) Buffy Saint Marie, President David C. Knapp, three unidentified males, Congressman John Lewis.

University Photograph Collection

1988 Mar. 9

Chinua Achebe addresses a group

Achebe Chinua, once a visiting professor in English and Afro-American studies, addresses a group of people during a reception. To the left is Chancellor Joseph Duffey, hands in pockets, and to the right is Dr. Wilfred Cartey, a distinguished professor of Black Studies at City College in New York. Also present are Mrs. Achebe, Professor William Strickland, Fernando Garcia, p... more

University Photograph Collection

1988 Mar. 9

Chinua Achebe at reception with Joseph Duffey and others

Achebe Chinua (left), once a visiting professor in English and Afro-American studies, holds a drink and laughs as Chancellor Joseph Duffy, to this right, speaks during a reception. Standing next to the Chancellor are Professor Michael Thelwell of Afro American Studies and Professor Jules Chametzky of the English Department.

University Photograph Collection

1988 Mar. 9

Chinua Achebe at reception with Joseph Duffey and Wilfred Cartey

Achebe Chinua (middle), once a visiting professor in English and Afro-American studies, holds a drink and listens as Chancellor Joseph Duffey (right) speaks at a reception. To the left is Dr. Wilfred Cartey, a distinguished professor of Black Studies at City College in New York.

University Photograph Collection