Amherst (Mass.) - 1875 class album with signed photographs of class members Barrett, Barri, Bragg, Brooks, Bunker, Callendar, Campbell, Clay, Dodge, Hague, Harwood, Knapp, Lee, Miles, Otis, Rice, Southwick, and Winchester and a photograph of the Class Cup. Was presented to the twelve class attendees at the 1915 Alumni Dinner.
Amherst (Mass.) - Image of Shultis (right) and "My classmate Salome Sastre of Tabasco, Mexico" in their dormitory room, with fireplace, bookshelf, and decorations in the background.
Amherst (Mass.) - View from roughly the MAC President's house looking at the Mass. Agricultural College, including (left to right) the farm building, drill hall, Old Chapel, South College, North College, and Chemistry Building.
Amherst (Mass.) - Group of MAC students with hiking sticks, seated on a scree field surrounding MAC professor Samuel T. Maynard. Newton Shultis is seated third from the left, second row from front.
Amherst (Mass.) - Image of two students, one wearing a football jersey, looking out of a dorm room window. In 1894, Newton Shultis (MAC 1896) lived in 18 South College. From a series of glass plate negatives probably taken by Shultis who used a Hawkeye camera during his student years.
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Amherst (Mass.) - Members of the Class of 1919 participate in the traditional Parade of Classes stroll during the 1920 commencement ceremonies. One alumnus holds a sign reading "1919 Baby Alumni". "M.A.C. Commencement 1920, Note the 'co-eds'" handwritten on back.
Waugh . F. A. (Frank Albert) . 1869-1943
Amherst (Mass.) - The group represented is not identified, but includes William Hunlie Craighead (back row, 3rd from left) and Frank A. Waugh (front row, third from right). Inscription on the verso: "Charles W. Carpenter Apr. 27, 1906 / With recards & best wisehs, F. A. Waugh."
Amherst (Mass.) - Early 1900 postcard showing a large parade of young men marching down a residential street, possibly North Pleasant Street of Amherst at the edge of the Massachusetts Agricultural College campus. A small group of men with instruments lead in front. On one side of the street sit two residential houses; a man with a horse and buckwagon plus a few children watch the parad... more
Amherst (Mass.) - Early 1900 postcard showing the Phoenix shop row on Main Street, Amherst, Massachusetts. The card has a post office stamp on both front and back; back stamp reads "Amherst, Mass, Sep 8, 4:30 PM". Handwritten on back: "8:30 A.M. Sunday - Dear Ma - Arrived all O.K. Reached house at 9:20 and trunk arrived at house at 10:00. My address is 3 Nutting Ave. c/o Frank Plurde [s... more
Amherst (Mass.) - Early 1900 photograph showing a parade of young men in commencement robes marching down a residential street to the campus, possibly North Pleasant Street of Amherst. Three automobiles keep pace alongside the parade. Several residential houses are seen in the background, and a privacy fence runs alongside the street on the other side to curve around an embankment onto c... more