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People enjoying a wagon ride provided by Muddy Brook Farm at the 2008 Taste of Amherst.

Stand at the 2005 Amherst Farmers' Market which sold produce grown at Sunset Farm in Amherst.

A figure stands in a field, with two crates in their hands. Caption on reverse reads "a swamp no more."

Roger Johnson house in the middleground. A corn field takes up the whole foreground, some trees on the edges of the photograph, the Mayor Parker house visible in the distance with Mount Holyoke in the background.

Remains of a pier on the Northampton side of the Connecticut river, with a row boat pulled up on the shore. Farms visible across the river at the foot of Mount Holyoke in the background.

Photograph taken from a dry higher ground behind the Roger Johnson house looking toward the farms surrounded by flood water in the Northampton meadows.

A farmer, identified as Eliot Johnson, on a mowing machine pulled by a couple horses across the road from a farmhouse, identified as belonging to Oscar Johnson. A couple large trees adorn the image on either side with Mount Holyoke in the background.

Three farm workers planting in a field at the foot of Mt. Holyoke. A barn is behind them on the hillside.

A house and attached barns seen across a field. Mount Holyoke visible in the background.

Sheep and a farm boy face away from the camera on a upland pasture that outlooks the Connecticut river and distant mountains.

View of Arthur E. Hobart's farmhouse and barns. The brochure states: "The Amherst House is supplied with milk from A. E. Hobart's farm, situated on North Pleasant Street about two miles on main road from Amherst House. Farm comprises 60 acres with 30…

Farm house and barns belonging to Spring Farm, located about three miles from the Amherst House and 1 1/2 miles from the Notch on South Pleasant Street (possibly #466). The brochure states: "The farm comprises 122 acres, a continuous stretch of…

Pasture and herd of cows which belonged to Spring Farm on South Pleasant Street. The farm was run by Harry M. Whitaker.

View of a farm on East Pleasant Street with a large elm tree in the foreground. Written on verso: "Giant elm tree on the Ayer Homestead; W. T. Chapin bought the land and cut the tree."

View of the Kendal barn and barn complex alongside the Superintendent's House.
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