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Amherst (Mass.) - Exhibit wall of drawn sketches, including landscapes, still lifes, flora, architectural details, and landscaping plans.
(University Photograph Collection)

1912
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Amherst (Mass.) - Prof. Rudolp Schuster (left), librarian Benton Hatch (right), and an unidentified woman examine books in an exhibit case during the Quality Book Show held by the Association of American University Presses. The show featured a UMass Press book (edited by Benton Hatch) as one of 25 best university press books for 1967. The travelling exhibition was held in the Student Union.
(University Photograph Collection)

1968 Jan. 10
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Amherst (Mass.) - At the Associate Alumni Luncheon during the Centennial Alumni College (June 7-8) seven distinguished alumni received medals, including (L-R) Gordon Smith, Louis M. Lyons, James T. Nicholson, Robert D. Gordon (President of Associate Alumni who presented the medals), Conrad L. Wirth, Harold M. Gore, Sergius J. Bernard, and Maxwell H. Goldberg.
(University Photograph Collection)

1963 June 8
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Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of photos taken during the Centennial Convocation: President John J. Lederle speaking at a podium during the Centennial Convocation. Dr. Frank L. Boyden, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, sits at left and John J. McCloy sits beside him. The east balcony of the Student Union is visible in the background.
(University Photograph Collection)

1962 Oct. 4
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Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of photos taken during the Centennial Convocation. Processional of administrators and those receiving honorary degrees includes (L-R): Frank L. Boyden, Chairman of Board of Trustees; Pres. John W. Lederle; James T. Nicholson, Centennial Chairman; John J. McCloy; Mount Holyoke Collegee Pres. Richard Gettell; unidentified man in glasses; Smith College Pres. Thomas Mendenhall; Provost Gilbe... more
(University Photograph Collection)

1962 Oct. 4
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Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of photos taken during the Centennial Convocation. Processional of administrators and those receiving honorary degrees includes (L-R): Frank L. Boyden, Chairman of Board of Trustees; Pres. John W. Lederle; James T. Nicholson, Centennial Chairman; John J. McCloy; Mount Holyoke Collegee Pres. Richard Gettell; unidentified man in glasses; Smith College Pres. Thomas Mendenhall; Provost Gilbe... more
(University Photograph Collection)

1962 Oct. 4
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Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of photos of alumni medal recipients and family during the Centennial Alumni weekend. Alumni Medal recipients and family stand in front of a bus during Centennial Alumni weekend. L-R starting at center is Conrad Wirth (without jacket), a boy, Max Goldberg, a young girl, and Harold Gore (with hands at jacket pockets). Other unidentified men, children, and women stand in front of a bus wit... more
(University Photograph Collection)

1963 June 7
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(University Photograph Collection)

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Amherst (Mass.) - Governor Endicott Peabody speaks at a podium on stage at Charter Day convocation. On stage from left to right: Atomic Energy Coalition Chairman Glenn Seaborg, Bishop Christopher J. Weldon (Springfield Diocese), and an undentified man. From a series of photos taken during the Charter Day convocation in the Women's Physical Education Building (now Totman Gymnasium) during the Centennial anniversary cele... more
(University Photograph Collection)

1963 Apr. 29
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Amherst (Mass.) - (Left to right) Provost Gilbert Woodside adjusts the ceremonial hood on Glenn Seaborg (Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission) as Seaborg receives an honorary Doctor of Laws degree while Dean George A. Marston (possibly) assists. President John W. Lederle is hidden behind the podium. All are in academic regalia inside Totman Gymnasium during the Centennial Charter Day convocation.
(University Photograph Collection)

1963 Apr. 29