Gallery view

1929

Jewell B. Knight (class of 1892) and Ephraim P. Felt (class of 1891) at the Insectary, with plaque reading 'This building erected 1889 was the original home of Economic Entomology at this college'

Amherst (Mass.) - Posed outdoors in front of the Economic Entomology building which has a dedication plaque attached to it. Note on back of another copy reads, 'Two of the first graduates in entomology at Massachusetts Agricultural College return for the dedication ceremonies. They are Dr. Jewell B. Knight '92 (left) of Belchertown and Dr. E. Porter Felt of Stamford, Conn., '91'.

University Photograph Collection

1890

Lovell, J. L. (John Lyman), 1825-1903

'Entomological hospital': Interior of the greenhouse attached to the Entomology Building

Amherst (Mass.) - View down the center of the greenhouse attached to the Insectary and Entomology Building, later known as the Old Math Building.

University Photograph Collection

undated

Laboratory bench and chemicals in the Insectary (also known as the Entomological Building)

Amherst (Mass.) - View of bottles of reagents and chemicals on a crude lab bench in the Insectary, later known as the Old Math Building.

University Photograph Collection

1938 Oct. 17

Jewell B. Knight (class of 1892) and Ephraim P. Felt (class of 1891)

Amherst (Mass.) - Posed outdoors in front of the Economic Entomology building which has a dedication plaque attached to it. Note on back reads, 'Two of the first graduates in entomology at Massachusetts Agricultural College return for the dedication ceremonies. They are Dr. Jewell B. Knight '92 (left) of Belchertown and Dr. E. Porter Felt of Stamford, Conn., '91'.

University Photograph Collection

1910

View of the Entomology Building and Insectary (low extension to the right), with attached greenhouse

Amherst (Mass.) - Early view of the Entomology Building (built 1895) and Insectary. The Entomology Building became the Mathematics Building after construction of Fernald Hall (1909-1910).

University Photograph Collection

1918

Rear view of the Entomology Building and Insectary (to the left)

Amherst (Mass.) - Early view of the Entomology Building (built 1895) and Insectary. The Entomology Building became the Mathematics Building after construction of Fernald Hall (1909-1910).

University Photograph Collection

1918

Entomology Building with Insectary (to the right)

Amherst (Mass.) - Early view of the Entomology Building (built 1895) and Insectary. The Entomology Building became the Mathematics Building after construction of Fernald Hall (1909-1910).

University Photograph Collection

1890

Preparing caterpillars for mounting in the Insectary woman seated at table with specimens

Amherst (Mass.) - View of crane in the act of wrecking the Old Math Building: the Entomology Building (built 1895) became the Mathematics Building after construction of Fernald Hall (1909-1910).

University Photograph Collection

1890

Lovell, J. L. (John Lyman), 1825-1903

Insectary with attached greenhouse

Amherst (Mass.) - Early view of the Insectary and attached greenhouse before construction of the Entomology Building (1895).

University Photograph Collection

1910

View of the Entomology Building and Insectary (low extension to the right), with attached greenhouse

Amherst (Mass.) - Early view of the Entomology Building (built 1895) and Insectary. The Entomology Building became the Mathematics Building after construction of Fernald Hall (1909-1910).

University Photograph Collection