Materials produced by Karl Loewenstein (Amherst College faculty member 1936 - 1961) over the course of his career as a political scientist, professor, lawyer, and government advisor. Bulk of the collection comes from Loewenstein’s academic career and work for the U.S. Office of Military... more
Consists of letters from Du Bois to various members of the Bell family, the earliest written in September 1926 to Katherine Bell and the latest written in December 1960 to Thomasina Bell Fitzroy. These letters offer a unique perspective of Du Bois's personal life.
An award-winning photojournalist, Kathy Borchers began a thirty year career with the Providence Journal in the mid-1980s. A native of Dayton, Ohio, she and her twin sister Karen (also a photojournalist) took up photography in high school and refined their technique as undergraduates at Bowling... more
This collection consists of items from the Katrina Kipper Photographic Collection (PC070) collection hosted by Historic New England. Information about the items has been provided by the holding institution so that they may be included in Digital Commonwealth.
Earning a B.A. in Literature from Antioch College and an M.A. in Education from Columbia University, Katya Sabaroff Taylor has worked as a journalist and editor, health educator, women's studies instructor, massage therapist, yoga teacher and workshop facilitator. In 1980 she founded Creative... more
Photographs from President John F. Kennedy's visit to Amherst College for the groundbreaking ceremony for Robert Frost Library and a special convocation on October 26, 1963. These material are held at Amherst College Archives & Special Collections in Amherst, MA.
A noted South Shore cranberry grower, Kenneth Greenwood Garside was graduate of Harvard (Chemistry, 1927) and MIT (MS, Gas and Chemical Engineering, 1929). After working for several years in the electric industry, he relocated to Duxbury, Mass., in 1937 to taking over operations of... more
Granted in 1737 and incorporated in 1754, Greenwich, Mass., was the first town in the Swift River Valley settled by Europeans. Sitting astride the East and Middle branches of the Swift River and forming the eastern boundary of Hampshire County, Greenwich was primarily an agricultural town... more
This collection contains two photographs of stores in Lawrence, Massachusetts in the 1870s. They were donated by Kenneth Kerwin.