940 results found for: subject:"Massachusetts Agricultural College--Alumni and alumnae--Photographs"

Limited to:

Gallery view

1871

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

William Wheeler

Formal portrait of William Wheeler, Class of 1871. After graduation he worked as an engineer for various railroad companies before becoming Professor of Mathematics and Civil Engineering at the Imperial College of Agriculture in Sapporo, Japan (now Hokkaido University) where he also became Acting President then President. He later established the Wheeler Reflector Compa... more

University Photograph Collection

1871

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

Arthur D. Norcross

Formal portrait of Arthur Dickinson Norcross, Class of 1871. He went on to work as a farmer in Monson (Massachusetts) where he also served as Postmaster. He passed away on February 13, 1916. "A D Norcross '71" signed on back. "M.A.C. Collection, Library of the Massachusetts Agricultural College, Amherst, Mass." stamped on back. Logo of "J.L. Lovell" printed on back.

University Photograph Collection

1871

Class of 1871 members gather in outside North College

Members of the first class of the Massachusetts Agricultural College gather in front of the original North College dormitory. Some are in top hats and tails, some sport straw hats and jackets. Handwritten note on back reads "Pioneer Class, M.A.C., 1871".

University Photograph Collection

1871

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

James H. Morse

Formal portrait of James Henry Morse, Class of 1871. He went on to become a civil engineer in the employ of C. A. Putnam, city engineer of Salem (Massachusetts), and remained there until his death from Bright's Disease on June 21, 1883. "James H. Morse '71" signed on back. "M.A.C. Collection, Library of the Massachusetts Agricultural College, Amherst, Mass." stamped on ... more

University Photograph Collection

1871

Members of class of 1871 standing outdoors, in front of building

Twenty-four class members of the Class of 1871 standing outside a building on a porch. All are wearing hats, coats, and ties.

University Photograph Collection

1871

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

George P. Strickland

Formal portrait of George Porter Strickland, Class of 1871. After graduation he went on to have a varied career as engineering and machinist with different employers, primarily in Minnesota. He also worked as a farmer in Parkland, Washington. "Geo. P. Strickland, West Amesbury, Mass., Class '71," signed on back. "M.A.C. Collection, Library of the Massachusetts Agricultu... more

University Photograph Collection

1871

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

Frederick St. C. Herrick

Formal portrait of Frederick St. Clair Herrick, Class of 1871. After graduation he bought a farm in Methuen (Massachusetts) and turned it into a model farm which was often honorably mentioned in State agricultural reports. He was offered a professorship at Massachusetts Agricultural College, which he declined. He died of cancer on January 19, 1884. "Yours very truly, Fr... more

University Photograph Collection

1871

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

Lewis A. Nichols

Formal portrait of Lewis Abel Nichols, Class of 1871. After graduation he worked as a civil engineer, partly in private practice, in various towns and with various railroad companies. He was extensively involved in building railroad lines and extensions throughout the United States. Eventually he became a consulting engineer and was president of the Chicago Steel Tape C... more

University Photograph Collection

1871

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

George Leonard

Formal portrait of George Leonard, Class of 1871. He went on to study law and established a practice in Springfield (Massachusetts). He was also Clerk of the Police Court in Springfield and of the Supreme Judicial and Superior Courts for Hampden County. "Geo. Leonard, New Bedford, Mass., '71," signed on back. "M.A.C. Collection, Library of the Massachusetts Agricultural... more

University Photograph Collection

1871

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

Gideon H. Allen

Formal portrait of Gideon Hammond Allen, Class of 1871. He worked in stock farming, landscape gardening and engineering before entering the insurance business as an accountant. He was a writer who is said to have reported on the Lizzie Borden trail while working at the New Bedford newspaper The Evening Standard. "Very Truly G. H. Allen, Marion, Mass.,'71 M.A.C." signed ... more

University Photograph Collection