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  • Collection: John L. Lovell Collection

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View of the Amherst College Chi Psi lodge on Northampton Road, built by the fraternity in 1885.

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View of a dining room with a long table covered with a tablecloth and set with plates, etc. There is a woodstove for heat. This is possibly a college eating club.

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Office and studio where John L. Lovell operated his photography business in Amherst, Mass.

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Looking north from Johnson Chapel tower toward center of town and showing College Hall, Morgan Library, and the Amherst College President's House, as well as the south end of the Town Common.

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View of Morgan Library on South Pleasant Street in Amherst. The Library was constructed in the years 1852-53 by Henry A. Sykes of Springfield who was the architect and the contractor. The building was dedicated November 22, 1853.

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General campus view showing College Row and Lawrence Observatory.

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View of the First Congregational Church from across Main Street.

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View of the Old Chapel at Massachusetts Agricultural College, which was designed by architect Stephen C. Earle of Worcester and constructed in the years 1884-86. View looking across the campus pond which was created in 1892.

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View of a trolley car traveling south on North Pleasant Street.

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View looking east down Main Street toward the First Congregational Church. There is a horse and wagon rolling down the street.

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This is the second incarnation of Walker Hall, built after the first building was gutted by fire in 1882. This building was torn down to clear the site for the construction of the Robert Frost Library at Amherst College.

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View looking north on South Pleasant Street. Merchants' Row is on the left, Town Common is on the right, and horses with carriages are parked near the shops. The flag pole can be seen at the edge of the Town Common.

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View of trolley tracks winding through hills at the Notch with "Little Mountain" in the background.

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This building was constructed on the site of the Palmer Block, which was destroyed by fire during the Blizzard of 1888. It was designed by Henry S. McKay of Boston. Construction was completed in November 1890. The clock is installed in the tower in…
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