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From the 1916 reunion of the class of 1897. From l. to r.: George Barnes, Dean Mills, Erford Poole (class of 1896), and Joe Hills (class of 1881). They are standing in front of Draper Hall.
(University Photograph Collection)

1916
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The 1914-1915 Company A Drill Team poses on campus grounds. Members are Captain F.J. Clegg; 1st Lieutenant H.D. Grant; Second Lieutenant G.F. Hyde; Sergeants H.N. Bartley, J.L. Bennett, G.H. Cale, M.C. Lane, W.R. Sears; Corporals H. Aiken, C.W. Curtin, G.M. Gunn, E.L. King, S.M. Prouty, H.M. Walker, H.W. Bishop, E.S. Boyer (Musician); Privates F.E. Allen, S.W. Banister,... more
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McClellan, Katherine Elizabeth
1915
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Military portrait of Raymond Chamberlin (Class of 1916), who enlisted in the war in May 1917 and was assigned to Company A, 102d Machine Gun Battalion, 26th Division. He sailed for France in September 1917 and fought at Seicheprey, the Marne, Epieds and St. Mihiel. He was killed in action at Marcheville in September 1918. "Raymond Chamberlain [sic], '16" handwritten on front. ... more
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1917
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Informal color snapshot of William S. Coley of the Class of 1916 in his later years. "Bill Coley, June 5, 1976" handwritten on back.
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1976 June 5
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John Farrar Giles (Class of 1916?), who enlisted in the war in August 1917 as a member of Company C, 102d Infantry, 26th Division. He sailed for France in October 1917 and was killed in action at Seicheprey in April 1918. He was the first Massachusetts Agricultural College man to be killed in action while serving in the American Army. "J. F. Giles" handwritten on front... more
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1917
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Portrait of Kenneth Bradford Laird (Class of 1916), who enlisted in the war in June 1918 and was in the Army Medical School at Washington, D.C. plus the Yale Army Laboratory School, New Haven, Connecticut. He died of pneumonia at New Haven in January 1919. "K.B. Laird" handwritten on front. "M.A.C. Collection, Library of the Massachusetts Agricultural College, Amherst,... more
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1918
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Paper print copy of a portrait of Kenneth Bradford Laird (Class of 1916), who enlisted in the war in June 1918 and was in the Army Medical School at Washington, D.C. plus the Yale Army Laboratory School, New Haven, Connecticut. He died of pneumonia at New Haven in January 1919. "Kenneth B. Laird '16" handwritten on back.
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1918
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Color snapshot of Harold Aiken, Perez Simmons and Clinton Foster Goodwin of the Class of 1916. Handwritten note on back reads: "At 112 Washington Ave., Northampton, Mass. l. to r. Harold Aitken [sic], Perez Simmons, Clinton Foster Goodwin after 50th Reunion at UMASS Amherst June 1966".
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1966 June
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Members of the Class of 1916, some wearing oversized white jackets with lapel buttons, stand on the steps of Draper Hall during their reunion in 1926. "Lincoln W. Barnes, Amherst, Mass." stamped on back.
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Barnes, Lincoln Wade
1926 June
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Informal color snapshot of Lewis Schlotterbeck of the Class of 1916 in his later years. "Lewis Schlotterbeck, June 5, 1976" handwritten on back.
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1976 June 5