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Aerial view from Amherst College showing Woodside Avenue and Northampton Road and the houses in those areas.

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Photograph taken from Johnson Chapel tower with a view of Walker Hall.

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Group portrait of the Amherst College Class of 1872 taken on the steps of Johnson Chapel. Many of them are wearing or holding hats.

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Group portrait of the Amherst College Class of 1877 taken on the steps of Johnson Chapel. Many of them are wearing or holding hats. Hat styles include top derbys, boaters, and casual wide-brimmed hats.

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This building was erected in 1828-29 as the third meetinghouse of First Congregational Church of Amherst. The pillars were removed by the church in 1861 and it was purchased by the College in 1867.

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Arial view of College Hill from the north looking over treetops that block the view of Boltwood Avenue. A portion of the Town Common is visible in the lower right corner. East College dormitory, torn down 1883, can be seen next to Stearns Church on…

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Aerial view over Boltwood Avenue showing Amherst College buildings. This photograph was taken after 1873, when Stearns Church was built, and before 1883, when East College was demolished.

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Aerial view over Boltwood Avenue showing Amherst College buildings. This photograph was taken after 1873, when Stearns Church was built, and before 1883, when East College was demolished.

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Winter view of College Hill from the northeast, showing East College dormitory and Stearns Church on the far left, and the old Amherst High School on Spring Street on the far right. This photograph was taken after 1873, when Stearns Church was built,…

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View of College Hill from the northeast, showing East College dormitory on the far left and the old Amherst High School on the far right with the Huntington house in the foreground before it. This photograph was taken after 1873, when Stearns Church…

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View across a grassy meadow in the Woodside Avenue/Snell Street area over South Pleasant Street to College Hill.

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View across a grassy meadow in the Woodside Avenue/Snell Street area over South Pleasant Street to College Hill.

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Large group of Amherst College students posing on steps outside a large building.

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View of an African American male (possibly Charles Thompson) standing by the Amherst College well, drinking water.

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View of the first incarnation of the Amherst House. It was previously known as the Boltwood Tavern. The establishment was sold in 1838 and the name was changed to the Amherst House. It provided lodging for travelers coming by stage from Northampton,…
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