Gallery view

1925

Curry Hicks

Curry S. Hicks shoveling snow off the hockey rink at the University of Massachusetts. He has a long shovel and is wearing sunglasses. Curry Starr Hicks was born in Enfield, N.Y. January 17, 1885; appointed Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Hygiene at the Massachusetts Agricultural College in 1911; was made Associate Professor in 1914 and Professor in 1916; the Curry... more

University Photograph Collection

1910

Curry S. Hicks

Curry S. Hicks is seen as a very young man in a small oval portrait mounted on cardboard. Curry Starr Hicks was born in Enfield, N.Y. January 17, 1885; appointed Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Hygiene at the Massachusetts Agricultural College in 1911; was made Associate Professor in 1914 and Professor in 1916; the Curry Hicks Physical Education Building o... more

University Photograph Collection

1941 June 7

Curry S. Hicks

Curry Hicks and other men stand in the doorway of the Curry S. Hicks Physical Education Building, next to a plaque with the new name of the Physical Education Building. The plaque reads: "In Honor of Curry Star Hicks who through years of unselfish service made this building possible." Rededicated and renamed after Hicks 6/7/1941. This photo was received from Mrs. Hicks ... more

University Photograph Collection

1915

Curry Hicks

Curry S. Hicks is seen helping students and young faculty to dig drainage ditches for the first athletic field at Massachusetts Agricultural College. This field was used for about 50 years before it became the location for the Whitmore Administration Building. (The previous information is handwritten on the back of the photograph). Curry Starr Hicks was born in Enfield, N.Y. Ja... more

University Photograph Collection

1947

Curry Hicks

Seated at an office desk with papers on the desk, a radiator in the background and a fan on the windowsill.

University Photograph Collection

1947

Curry Hicks

Curry S. Hicks seated at an office desk. A radiator can be seen behind him. He is holding his glasses in one hand. Curry Starr Hicks was born in Enfield, N.Y. January 17, 1885; appointed Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Hygiene at the Massachusetts Agricultural College in 1911; was made Associate Professor in 1914 and Professor in 1916; the Curry Hicks Phys... more

University Photograph Collection

1949

Curry Hicks

Curry S. Hicks seated with a large group of people in a banquet hall type setting. He is older, seated with his hands folded. Next to him is seated a younger man dressed in military jacket and high boots. The photo was received from Mrs. Curry Hicks in June 1981. Curry Starr Hicks was born in Enfield, N.Y. January 17, 1885; appointed Assistant Professor of Physical Educ... more

University Photograph Collection

1922

Waugh, F. A. (Frank Albert), 1869-1943

Curry Hicks

Side view portrait of Curry S. Hicks. Curry Starr Hicks was born in Enfield, N.Y. January 17, 1885; appointed Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Hygiene at the Massachusetts Agricultural College in 1911; was made Associate Professor in 1914 and Professor in 1916; the Curry Hicks Physical Education Building on the University of Massachusetts Amherst campus was dedicat... more

University Photograph Collection

1935

Curry Hicks

Portrait of Curry S. Hicks. He is wearing a bowtie and does not have a jacket on. On the back is written that this photo was taken for the Sunday Republican. Curry Starr Hicks was born in Enfield, N.Y. January 17, 1885; appointed Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Hygiene at the Massachusetts Agricultural College in 1911; was made Associate Professor in 1914 and Prof... more

University Photograph Collection

1931

Curry Hicks

Portrait of Curry Hicks. Curry Starr Hicks was born in Enfield, N.Y. January 17, 1885; appointed Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Hygiene at the Massachusetts Agricultural College in 1911; was made Associate Professor in 1914 and Professor in 1916; the Curry Hicks Physical Education Building on the University of Massachusetts Amherst campus was dedicated to... more

University Photograph Collection