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front Orra White Hitchcock (1796-1863)
c. 1860
The formal photograph of Orra (White) Hitchcock depicts her in the full fashion of the Civil War era, in a voluminous floor-length dress and shawl, her hair tightly controlled under her white bonnet with long lappets.
front Edward Hitchcock (1793-1864)
c. 1860
Edward Hitchcock posed for this c.1860 studio portrait in full winter dress, his hat and walking stick in his hands.
front Edward Hitchcock (1793-1864)
c. 1880
This likeness of Edward Hitchcock, made in 1880, is taken from an earlier image, a carte-de-visite of the 1850s.
front C. Alice Baker (1833-1909)
This photograph of Charlotte Alice Baker is formatted as a carte-de-visite, a small photographic portrait mounted on a card, fashionable in the 19th century as calling cards.
front C. Alice Baker (1833-1909)
C. Alice Baker (1833-1909) sat for this portrait-style photograph sometime in the 1880s.
front Moody Homestead
This substantial farmhouse was the birthplace of Dwight L. Moody, who went on to spur a religious revival across the United States and Great Britain, and found Northfield School for Girls and Mount Hermon School.
Cover "The Sabrinian"
Nov 13, 1918
"The Sabrinian" is a publication of Amherst College; this edition is published by the class of 1916 and contains a tribute to class member Thomas Ashley of Deerfield, Massachusetts.
Page 1 WWI Letter from Thomas Williams Ashley
c. 1917
Written shortly after his enlistment in the Marine Corps in 1917, this letter from Tom Ashley to a friend, "Maurice," describes his new life in Winthrop, Maryland, on the rifle range.
Page 1 Letter to Gertrude Porter Ashley
Mar 14, 1913
This humorous letter, dated March 14, 1913, was written by Amherst college freshman Thomas Williams Ashley (1894-1918) to his mother in Deerfield, Massachusetts.
Cover Excerpts from the Diary of Ellen Louisa Arms (Sheldon)
Twelve-year-old Ellen Louisa Arms (1847-1913) began her diary with the notation that an eleven-year-old neighbor boy, John Sheldon (1848-1908), was coming to visit.


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