Portrait of Kenneth Bradford Laird (Class of 1916), who enlisted in the war in June 1918 and was in the Army Medical School at Washington, D.C. plus the Yale Army Laboratory School, New Haven, Connecticut. He died of pneumonia at New Haven in January 1919. "K.B. Laird" handwritten on front. "M.A.C. Collection, Library of the Massachusetts Agricultural College, Amherst,... more
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At their 25th reunion in 1929, wearing, hats, pins, armbands and sashes with 1904 on them. Most likely taken in front of Memorial Hall.
Military portrait of Raymond Chamberlin (Class of 1916), who enlisted in the war in May 1917 and was assigned to Company A, 102d Machine Gun Battalion, 26th Division. He sailed for France in September 1917 and fought at Seicheprey, the Marne, Epieds and St. Mihiel. He was killed in action at Marcheville in September 1918. "Raymond Chamberlain [sic], '16" handwritten on front. ... more
Several men gather in a dormitory room in North College. The calendar on the wall is turned to May 1925, and a football poster next to it is for a Williams College - Amherst College football game. Handwritten note on back reads: "North College Bullfest". Tiny print at top of photo reads "1928 - Albert C. Cook", a reference to Albert Cairnes Cook, Class of 1928.
Members of the class of 1905, among others, at the 1912 commencement, taken in front of Old Chapel.
Members of the first class of the Massachusetts Agricultural College pose in militia uniform in front of the original North College dormitory. Handwritten notes on back read,"Presented by Wilson M. Tucker '71" and "see article on uniform in Aggie Life I. 75 - claims no cap & dress coat until 1875".
Massachusetts - Students of the dairy laboratory at Flint Lab collectively stand and sit outside on the step of the building, clad in protective clothing. "1912" and "Class Reunion, in costume(?), from A. MacDougall" handwritten on back. Most likely not a class reunion.
Paper print copy of a portrait of Kenneth Bradford Laird (Class of 1916), who enlisted in the war in June 1918 and was in the Army Medical School at Washington, D.C. plus the Yale Army Laboratory School, New Haven, Connecticut. He died of pneumonia at New Haven in January 1919. "Kenneth B. Laird '16" handwritten on back.