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Faculty and students of the normal school on Mt. Greylock in 1912. On the back (in ink): "Oct. 1912/Greylock Mt./Class of 1913 with Mr. Guss" Roland Guss, seen on the right, taught science.

Roy Leon Smith (history, geography, gardening) and William Johnson (woodworking) on Mt. Greylock in 1912. Roy Leon Smith became the normal school principal in 1922. On the back (in ink): "Oct. 1912/Normal school trip up Greylock./Mr. Smith/Mr.…

Normal school faculty and students on Mt. Greylock in 1912. On the back (in ink): "Oct. 1912/Greylock Mt."

Summer school faculty and students having a cookout. On the back of photograph 1 (in pencil): "Summer school/1925." On the back of photograph 2 "Sperry Camp Grounds" Sperry Campground is on the New Ashford side of Mt. Greylock.

Normal school students and faculty. Roy Leon Smith, faculty member and principal) can be seen standing on the left. On the back (in ink): "Student body on a trip up Greylock(?)/about 1921."

Normal school students and faculty at Stony Ledge. On the back (in ink)" "Stony Ledge."

Faculty and normal school students at Stony Ledge. The man on the left is probably Roy Leon Smith, faculty and principal. On the back (in red pencil): "Dad and normal students at Stoney [sic] Ledge/Mt. Greylock."

Normal school faculty and students at Stony Ledge near Mt. Greylock. On the back (in red pencil): "Group N.A.N.S. students taken at Stony Ledge and Greylock."

Students and faculty on Mt. Greylock? The back is blank.

Training school students from the old Mark Hopkins School working in the normal school gardens. Two normal school students, seen on the left in long skirts are supervising them. On the back (in pencil and ink): During /1912/6th & 8th. Perhaps this…

Students from the Mark Hopkins Training School in the garden. They are being supervised by normal school students. The view is approximately from the present-day Mark Hopkins parking lot toward Church Street. The image appears to have been marred…

Training school students building something. The view may be to the southwest from approximately where Freel Library now stands. See item 2018.36.1 for a similar view. Thie photograph was made in a postcard.
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