Formal portrait of Halliday Spencer Smith of the Class of 1910 (non-graduate). He joined the overseas contingent of the Y.M.C.A. as field secretary and sailed for France in November 1917. He was killed in action near Baccarat, France on May 26, 1918.
Hearn, C. W. (Chas. W.)
Graduation portrait of Bradley Wheelock Bangs of the Class of 1908. He went on to become a chemical engineer at the American Chemical Company in Carteret, New Jersey. "Charles W. Hearn & Co. Boston" signed on front. "Bradley W. Bangs" signed on back.
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
Enlargement of a military photograph of Robert Henri Chapon of the Class of 1914, who left his position in a prominent business house in Boston to enlist in the infantry of the French Army in September 1914 and was killed in action near Verdun on December 30, 1914. He was the first Massachusettes Agricultural College man and perhaps the first American college student ki... more