Gallery view

1980

Studio portrait of Edwin D. Driver

Amherst (Mass.) - Image of Driver, first African American faculty member hired at UMass Amherst (hired as an Instructor of Sociology in 1948), taken when he was selected to be part of the Chancellor's Lecture Series.

University of Massachusetts Amherst Photo Negative Collection

1980

Studio portrait of Edwin D. Driver

Amherst (Mass.) - Image of Driver, first African American faculty member hired at UMass Amherst (hired as an Instructor of Sociology in 1948), taken when he was selected to be part of the Chancellor's Lecture Series.

University of Massachusetts Amherst Photo Negative Collection

1858

Heywood, John D.

Edward Channing: half-length portrait of Harvard historian as an infant, seated

Boston (Mass.) - Ambrotype of historian Edward Channing (1856-1931) as an infant; with label for Heywood's Photograph and Ambrotype Gallery (228 Washington Street) on verso of image. Channing was son of William Ellery Channing (1818-1901), nephew of Margaret Fuller, and married Alice Thacher.

Thacher-Channing Family Papers

1964

John W. Lederle and Lamar Soutter examining a paper

Massachusetts - UMass President John W. Lederle (seated) and Dr. Lamar Soutter, Dean of the University of Massachusetts Medical School, examine a paper while at a desk strewn with other papers. The Medical School was established during President Lederle's term in office and Dr. Soutter, as its first Dean, selected the faculty to help shape the new School.

University Photograph Collection

1993 Aug. 6

Louis Carpino (right) and unidentified colleague Carpino and colleague holding up bottles

Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of candid photographs of Louis Carpino, UMass Amherst Department of Chemistry, and colleagues in his lab, Lederle Graduate Research Center, Tower A.

University of Massachusetts Amherst Photo Negative Collection

1993 Aug. 6

Louis Carpino in his laboratory

Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of candid photographs of Louis Carpino, UMass Amherst Department of Chemistry, and colleagues in his lab, Lederle Graduate Research Center, Tower A.

University of Massachusetts Amherst Photo Negative Collection

1994 May 10

Russell A. Hulse (right) and Joseph H. Taylor seated with unidentified woman at a reception with Massachusetts state legislators honoring their Nobel Prize in Physics

Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of images of a reception with Massachusetts legislators for Nobel laureates in Physics: Russell Hulse (then a UMass grad student) and Joseph H. Taylor (member of the faculty at UMass Amherst) were awarded the prize for their discovery of the first binary pulsar in 1974 and their indirect observation of gravitational waves.

University of Massachusetts Amherst Photo Negative Collection

1948 June

Faculty and honorary degree recipients in procession past Curry Hicks Cage

Massachusetts - Faculty, dignitaries and speakers walk in procession past the Curry Hicks Cage during 1948 Commencement exercises as family and friends look on.

University Photograph Collection