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Johnson children fly a kite
Clifton Johnson's children, Arthur, Roger, and Margaret fly a kite. Arthur is flying the kite, Roger is holding a long stick, watching, and Margaret is pointing to the kite.
Schoolbooks from the Clifton Johnson Schoolbook Collection
Schoolbooks stored on the shelf among the Clifton Johnson Schoolbook Collection
The approach to the Village
View of the roadway entering the village of Hockanum in Hadley, Massachusetts. Caption on reverse states: "The Johnson place about 1900?"
Written in pencil on reverse: "Hockanum Ferry, Mount Holyoke, Wept of Wishton Wish Canoe Clube, Mostly Northampton Members."
On the far right is the ferry landing. In the background is Mount Holyoke with the covered tramway from the Halfway House…
Anna McQueston Johnson standing amidst the ruins of Logie House in Scotland
Anna McQueston Johnson (wife of Clifton Johnson) stands amidst the ruins of Logie house in Logiealmond, Scotland.
Clifton Johnson watercolor painting
Watercolor painting of a rural scene.
Mitchell's Primary Geography, 1849
Book cover of a 19th century geography schoolbook.
Mitchell's Ancient Geography, 1847
Book cover for a 19th century schoolbook of ancient geography
Reynard the Fox
Book cover for the children's story, Reynard the Fox, written by Clifton Johnson
Putting in the ferry wire
Men on a ferry in the Connecticut river, putting in the ferry wire
Anna McQueston and her students at the Hockanum schoolhouse
Anna McQueston and her students, sitting and standing in front of the door to the Hockanum schoolhouse
The Hockanum Schoolhouse after flood, 1895
Photograph of the Hockanum School House, after a flood in 1895. Anna McQueston (later Mrs. Clifton Johnson) is in the doorway
Illustration of Mother Goose rhyme "Three Blind Mice"
Clifton Johnson's illustration of the Mother Goose rhyme "Three Blind Mice".
Clifton Johnson and Anna McQuestion's wedding invitation, 1896
Wedding invitation for Clifton Johnson's marriage to Anna McQueston in 1896
Illustration for the cover of The New England Country
Pen and ink illustration of the design used for the cover of the book The New England Country