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Roger Johnson's Scrapbook, Part 7
Pages 121 to Back cover
Roger Johnson's Scrapbook, Part 6
Images of pages 101-120
Roger Johnson's Scrapbook, Part 5
Images of pages 81-100
Roger Johnson's Scrapbook, Part 4
Images of pages 61-80
Roger Johnson's Scrapbook, Part 3
Images of pages 41-60
Roger Johnson's Scrapbook, Part 2
Images of pages 21-40
Roger Johnson's Scrapbook, Part 1
Images of the front cover through page 20
Jane McPhetres Johnson
Local author Jane McPhetres Johnson poses with a copy of her poetry book, Maven Reaches Mars: Home Poems and Space Probes in Four Fascicles.
Catherine Newman and Nicole Blum
Local authors Catherine Newman (right) and Nicole Blum (left) pose at Carr's Ciderhouse gift shop. Newman and Blum co-wrote Stitch Camp and are also holding books they authored individually.
Local author and owner of Dean's Beans Organic Coffee Company Dean Cycon poses with a copy of his book Javatrekker.
Lawrence Douglas, James J. Grosfeld Professor of Law, Jurisprudence and Social Thought at Amherst College, holding his book, Will He Go? Trump and the Looming Election Meltdown. He is the author of the novels The Vices and The Catastrophist in…
Local author Cornelia Cornelissen poses with copies of her books, Soft Rain: a story of the Cherokee Trail of Tears and Music in the Wood.
Local author Charles Derby poses with copies of his books, Inspired by Dreams: Selections from the Charles Derby Collection and Eye of the Angel: Selections from the Derby Collection.
Amherst Library Instals [sic] Boltwood Collection Alone
An article from the Springfield Sunday Union and Republican about the historical and art collections at the Jones Library. Also includes information on the children's room and auditorium.
Like No Other Library is the Jones Memorial at Amherst
An article on the Jones Library from the Boston Sunday Globe published on December 16, 1928, shortly after the library opened its new building.