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Charles R. Green showing Robert Frost a book in the Frost Room at the Jones Library.

Robert Frost speaks at the dedication of the Robert Frost Room at The Jones Library in Amherst, Massachusetts
Robert Frost gives a speech at the dedication of the Robert Frost Room at The Jones Library in Amherst, Massachusetts in which he credits director Charles Green as being "the first person in the world" to think Frost was worth collecting. Recorded in…

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The building seen in the foreground is the second incarnation of Walker Hall, which was rebuilt after a fire destroyed the first building in 1882. This building was torn down to clear the site for the construction of the Robert Frost Library at…

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The second incarnation of Walker Hall, shown here from the side, was completed in 1883 after the original building was gutted by fire. A portion of the outside wall survived the fire, was strengthened on the inside and incorporated into the new…

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The second incarnation of Walker Hall, shown here from the front with a circular walkway, was completed in 1883 after the original building was gutted by fire. A portion of the outside wall survived the fire, was strengthened on the inside and…

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View of the house the Henry Hill Goodell lived in when he was president of Massachusetts Agricultural College. Robert Frost later bought and lived in this house from 1932 to 1938.

Robert Francis on admiration for Frost.mp4
Amherst poet Robert Francis discusses his admiration for Robert Frost and how he is different from his friend.

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Photograph of Robert Frost and Charles R. Green, the first Director of the Jones Library, in the Library's Frost Room, which was dedicated in October of 1959.This room later became the Trustees' Room, and after that, the Goodwin Memorial Room.
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