2014 Feb. 12
Wolff, Michael, 1927-
Amherst (Mass.) - Oral history interview with Michael Wolff, Professor Emeritus in Department of English at UMass Amherst. Came to the US from London to teach at Indiana University (1955-1969), then recruited by Hayden White to UMass in 1970 while on a fellowship at Wesleyan. Study at Cambridge; military service; work in civil service; career in English.
Richard E. Kim, Associate Professor of English (1964-1969) and author of the 1964 novel "The Martyred", sits at a desk with pencil and paper. Sitting on the desk are several copies of his novel in various foreign languages. "Richard Kim" handwritten on back. "News Service, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Mass." stamped on back.
1935 Sept. 10
Portrait of Lieutenant Colonel Horace T. Aplington (in uniform), Calvary Professor of Military Science and Head of the Department 1935. Note included that reads, "Lt.-Col. Horace T. Aplington who will leave the R.O.T.C. unit at Massachusetts State College to take up a new post at Los Angeles, Calif. He has been commandant at the college since 1935."