1310 results found for: subject:"University of Massachusetts Amherst--Students"

Gallery view

1918

Rear view of the Entomology Building and Insectary (to the left)

Amherst (Mass.) - Early view of the Entomology Building (built 1895) and Insectary. The Entomology Building became the Mathematics Building after construction of Fernald Hall (1909-1910).

University Photograph Collection

1918

Entomology Building with Insectary (to the right)

Amherst (Mass.) - Early view of the Entomology Building (built 1895) and Insectary. The Entomology Building became the Mathematics Building after construction of Fernald Hall (1909-1910).

University Photograph Collection

1988

Fessenden, Ruth

Ruth Fessenden oral history with unidentified interviewer

Amherst (Mass.) - Interview with Ruth Fessenden, native of Pittsfield and UMass student (1965-1969) on experiences as student living min Orchard Hill during the expansion days of the 1960s; and discussion of Everywoman's Center and women's issues on campus.

UMass Amherst Quasquicentennial Oral History Collection

1988

Hite, Jon

Jon Hite oral history with unidentified interviewer

Amherst (Mass.) - Interview with Jon Hite, working class UMass Amherst student beginning 1974, son of a dress cutter and clerk at Filenes; involved in student government.

UMass Amherst Quasquicentennial Oral History Collection

1910

View of the Entomology Building and Insectary (low extension to the right), with attached greenhouse

Amherst (Mass.) - Early view of the Entomology Building (built 1895) and Insectary. The Entomology Building became the Mathematics Building after construction of Fernald Hall (1909-1910).

University Photograph Collection

1910

View of the Entomology Building and Insectary (low extension to the right), with attached greenhouse

Amherst (Mass.) - Early view of the Entomology Building (built 1895) and Insectary. The Entomology Building became the Mathematics Building after construction of Fernald Hall (1909-1910).

University Photograph Collection