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  • Collection: John L. Lovell Collection

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View of the Lothrop house, later the Phi Delta Theta house, corner Boltwood and College Ave.

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Portrait of John L. Lovell taken at his Amherst Picture Gallery.

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View of the house on North Prospect Street that was the residence of Amherst photographer John L. Lovell. It is Gothic Cottage style, rare in Amherst. According to the October 7, 1869 edition of the Hampshire Franklin Express, construction was…

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This house on Mount Pleasant was constructed by William S. Clark about 1870 when he was President of Massachusetts Agricultural College. The Clark family owned the house until about 1889, after which it was used as a hotel called the Mount Pleasant…

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North College was one of the first buildings constructed in 1867 as housing for students attending the Massachusetts Agricultural College. It stood until about 1957 when it was razed for the construction of new college buildings.

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Farmhouse and barns on Massachusetts Agricultural College campus.

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Farmhouse and barns on the Massachusetts Agricultural College campus.

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View of the College Boarding House and Farmhouse at Massachusetts Agricultural College.

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The Botanical Museum was constructed in 1867 and was one of the original four buildings constructed before the first class of students arrived in the fall of the same year. It stood behind the original Durfee Conservatory and was destroyed by fire in…

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Built in 1869, this structure housed the chemistry lab, a chapel, and a military hall and armory. It burned in September of 1922.

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South College was used as a dormitory in the early years of Massachusetts Agricultural College. Constructed in 1867, it was gutted by fire in the winter of 1885 and rebuilt, using some of the walls of the original building which had not burned.

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South College was used as a dormitory in the early years of Massachusetts Agricultural College. Constructed in 1867, it was gutted by fire in the winter of 1885 and rebuilt, using some of the walls of the original building which had not burned.

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View of the Massachusetts Agricultural campus from the top of a grassy hill.

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Exterior view of the greenhouse at Massachusetts Agricultural College showing a three-tiered water fountain outside the structure, and two men standing in front.

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Exterior view of the greenhouse at Massachusetts Agricultural College with three men standing outside.
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