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1882

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

Paul A. Chadbourne

Formal head and shoulders portrait of Paul A. Chadbourne (President, Mass. Agricultural College, 1866-67 and 1882-83) on cardboard stock. "Lovell, Amherst" printed on front. "M.S.C. Collection" stamped on back.

University Photograph Collection

1952

Ralph A. Van Meter at swearing-in of Trustee M. Perry

Ralph A. Van Meter (President, 1948-1954) standing indoors with four men and looking on as Massachusetts Governor Christian A. Herter swears in a new Trustee. "With the best wishes of Christian A. Herter" signed on front. "Swearing in the new Trustee M. Perry" and "Governor Herter, President Van Meter, New Trustee "Perry", Phillip Whitmore (Justice)" handwritten on back.

University Photograph Collection

1958

Victoria Schuck

Formal Portrait. "Prof. Victoria Schuck, Mount Holyoke Pol. Sci. Dept.", written on verso.

University Photograph Collection

1951

Endora Van Meter

Formal head and shoulders portrait of Mrs. Endora van Meter, wife of President Ralph A. Van Meter (1948-1954). "Endora Van Meter" and "Nov. 1951" hand-printed on back.

University Photograph Collection

1880

Lyman Wilder

Formal portrait of Lyman Wilder, seated in a chair and holding a sheaf of paper plus spectacles. "Hon Lyman Wilder, Hoosick Falls N.Y." handwritten on front.

University Photograph Collection

1880

Notman Photo Co. (Boston, Mass.)

Charles L. Flint

Formal head and shoulders portrait of Charles L. Flint (President, Mass. Agricultural College, 1879-1880) on cardboard stock. "J. Notman, Boston" printed on front. "Hon. Chas. L. Flint" handwritten on back. Coat of arms logo for Notman Photo Co., "Photographer to her Majesty", printed on back.

University Photograph Collection

1981

Henry Koffler, Edward M. Kennedy and David C. Knapp

(l-r) Chancellor Henry Koffler, Sen. Edward (Ted) Kennedy, and President David C. Knapp at a D.C. reception.

University Photograph Collection

1937

Ralph A. Van Meter with faculty

Professor Ralph A. Van Meter (President, 1948-1954) stands in front of a brick building along with a group of other faculty, all in overcoats. "Horticulture about 1937" handwritten on back.

University Photograph Collection