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1895

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

1895

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

Amherst (Mass.) - View of a young woman working inside the Entomology Building (built 1895), which became the Mathematics Building after construction of Fernald Hall (1909-1910).

University Photograph Collection

2018 Dec. 19

Chea, Rowun

Roeun Chea: oral history with Lily Tang, Richmond Amoako, Noelle McManus, Mae Humphreville, Christine Yao

Amherst (Mass.) - 50-year-old Roeun Chea is an art and math intervention teacher at Springfield Public School. Born in Cambodia, he was forced into a concentration camp under the reign of the Khmer Rouge, where he remained for three years. After spending another three years in a refugee camp, he resettled with a foster family in Western Massachusetts. Though excited and grateful for the new opportunities presented to h... more

Asian Americans in Western Mass. Oral History Collection

1963 – 1964

University of Massachusetts Amherst

Ya-Hoo

Student Publications

1920

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

Man walking in the woods under rays of sunlight

Amherst (Mass.) - Hand-colored image of man walking by a large rock ledge, with golden sunlight streaming through the trees; photo probably taken in or near Amherst.

Frank A. Waugh Papers

1985 May 19

New Salem Academy

Event flier for Grace Episcopal church

Amherst (Mass.) - Flier advertising the events for the Grace Episcopal Church on the town common in Amherst, Massachusetts. One of the events listed on the flier states the church will be holding a concert to benefit the New Academy.

New Salem Academy Records

1980 Sept. 19

Dedication of the W.E.B. Du Bois Papers

Amherst (Mass.) - Lecture on opening of W.E.B. Du Bois Papers by Aptheker and Bennet, introduced by Cole.

WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection