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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…

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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.

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View looking toward the Old Chapel and the area where the Fine Arts Center is currently located.

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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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Automobile parked outside the building which was an inn and post office for Massachusetts Agricultural College. It was later known as College Inn.

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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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