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  • Tags: 1910s

Valentine's Day card sent by Hazel Goodale Bullock when she was a young girl (1910-1914). The card has the words "To my valentine" at the top and has a picture of a red heart with a young girl holding a gift and cards. At the bottom it reads "if I…

A man in a white linen summer suit stands outside Lodestone on Belchertown Road in Amherst. The Eastman family lived at this location from 1911 to 1919. Eastman authored most of his published books during the family's time in Amherst.

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An appeal from Kenyon L. Butterfield, president of Massachusetts Agricultural College, calling for young people to come and learn to become leaders in the open country. Includes sections named A Call for Leaders, The Country Boy's Creed, and A Public…

John and Martha Germain standing in front of their store in the Cushman section of Amherst (now the Cushman Market and Cafe). The Germains owned the store from 1919 to 1930.

Ice hockey game in progress on the pond at Mass Aggie. Snow is cleared to create walkways around the pond.

Written on back: "Thought maybe when you looked at this it would make you cooler - I am in Deuels talking to Susie. I am using her pencil. I…

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Scenic view of the pond at Mass Aggie surrounded by nicely landscaped trees and shrubs. A small island is visible in the middle and a group of students relax at the edge.

Long view across open land east to the Pelham Hills from the hill on which Stearns Chapel stood.

View of the small brick school house in South Amherst, which later became the East Street Alternative High School, part of the Amherst Regional School system.

Brick schoolhouse in North Amherst which became the Amherst Survival Center.

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Formerly known as the Prospect House, this building is still standing on the corner of Amity and North Prospect Streets. Two stories were added and it was covered with stucco since its previous incarnation. It has also been known as Drake's Hotel,…

View of a line of students walking across a snow covered landscape away from the College Chapel. It looks as though they've walked across the frozen campus pond.

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Brick school house on Kellogg Avenue.

Meadow being prepared for planting using oxen-drawn cultivator.

Civil War veterans standing at attention on the east side of the Town Common. This is probably a Memorial Day event which followed a similar program for many years: speeches in the schools, speeches at various locations in area towns where the local…

Procession of Civil War veterans marching north on South Pleasant Street. They are preceded by a band and marshall and followed by a group of women or children and a group of carriages pulled by horses. This is probably a Memorial Day event which…
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