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  • Tags: 1890s

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A group of five children facing the camera, stand on by the entrance to a barn watching a crowd of chickens, some white and some matted brown, feeding. A dog walks towards the barn.

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In an entrance to a barn a woman holds a young child, both looking down towards an older boy holding a shallow pan feeding a colt. Behind the colt, in a horse stall, is a horse with a feed bag on.

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Two boys, one sitting on a couple of cushions reading from a book in his lap while the other boy sits nearby listening. Several flower pots are on a chest in front of the window and some flowers are behind the boys. Two windows on the right haveā€¦

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Two boys putting on skates while on frozen pond on the meadow. Some trees and houses, belonging to Edward Johnson and Elliott Johnson, in the middleground and background.

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Two boys wearing fake beards sit facing each other pretending they are warming their hands in a fireplace. A jug and a glass stand on a table in front of them.

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A girl, possibly Edith Barstow, stands in front of the blackboard looking at a math problem. The names Luther Barstow and Oscar Johnson are written in chalk on the top of the blackboard.

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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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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 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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