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Local author Cornelia Cornelissen poses with copies of her books, Soft Rain: a story of the Cherokee Trail of Tears and Music in the Wood.
Local author Charles Derby poses with copies of his books, Inspired by Dreams: Selections from the Charles Derby Collection and Eye of the Angel: Selections from the Derby Collection.
Amherst Library Instals [sic] Boltwood Collection Alone
An article from the Springfield Sunday Union and Republican about the historical and art collections at the Jones Library. Also includes information on the children's room and auditorium.
Like No Other Library is the Jones Memorial at Amherst
An article on the Jones Library from the Boston Sunday Globe published on December 16, 1928, shortly after the library opened its new building.
Jones Library Adds to Charm of Amherst
An article in the Springfield Sunday Union and Republican on the Jones Library from November 4, 1928.
A Humanized Library
An article on the Jones Library published shortly after its construction in a 1931 edition of House Beautiful.
Local author Christopher Benfey poses in front of Emily Dickinson's gravesite while holding copies of his books, The Great Wave, A Summer of Hummingbirds, and Red Brick, Black Mountain, White Clay.
Local author Martha Ackmann poses with a scarecrow and copies of her books, These Fevered Days:Ten Pivotal Moments in the Making of Emily Dickinson, Curveball: The Remarkable Story of Toni Stone, The First Woman to Play Professional Baseball in the…
Local playwright Richard Ballon poses with a copy of his book, enough of a little to know the all, in his community garden in Florence, Massachusetts.
Blanche Cybele Derby
Local author Blanche Cybele Derby poses with copies of her books, My Wild Friends and More My Wild Friends.
Local poet Willie Wheeler poses with a copy of his book, Words and Pictures.
Local author Kitty Florey poses outside the Jones Library with a copy of her book, Amity Street.
Wally Swist and Tevis Kimball
Local author Wally Swist poses with Tevis Kimball in the Jones Library's David Chapin Kinsey Memorial Garden.
Local author Tulip Chowdhury poses with copies of her books: Skirts and Saris: Journal Pages; April; Visible, Invisible, and Beyond: A Novel; and Stars in the Sky.
Ted Rau and Jerry Koch-Gonzalez
Local authors Ted Rau and Jerry Koch-Gonzalez pose with copies of their books, Many Voices One Song and Muchas Voces Una Canción.