Amherst (Mass.) - In front of southwest side of Old Chapel.
1922 Apr. 9
Photo of four unidentified men saving log "Prexy".
Portrait of twenty-three unidentified men standing on the steps of an unidentified building which has a large oval sign with "'78" on it. All of the men are wearing hats and many are holding walking sticks/canes.
1921 June 11
Thrasher (Amherst, Mass.)
Newspaper clipping with writing on lower right that says "Photo by Thrasher". Eleven of the twelve living members of the class are in the photo. They're all dressed in suits, and have a badge or ribbon on their jackets. Most of them are holding hats. The men are identified below the photo. "Left to right, front row- Robert W. Lyman of Northampton, W.D. Russell of New York, Wil... more
Matthew Bullock, first black head football coach at a mostly white institution, Mass Agriculture College, (1904) 1907-1908
Professor Matthew L. Blaisdell, Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry and Farm Superintendent, indoors in a banquet room with his wife and shaking hands with Thomas W. Fox. Handwritten note on back reads: "Right - Blaisdell; Left & center, Dr. & Mrs. T. W. Fox - see "Blaisdell Recipient of Award". Name tag on the woman reads "Mrs. Matt Blaisdell". Also handwritten on... more