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Index to the Amherst Alumni News and Amherst Magazine

Volumes 1-56, 1949-2004

Index entries are followed by page citations in one of the following formats:
          volume number (in roman numberals): page number
          volume number (in roman numberals): issue number-page number
          date of issue, page number


Please note: This index was compiled by multiple people at various times and later converted to digital format using text recognition software, please assume typographical and conversion errors.


1821 Society, new Annual Fund, Summer 2002, p. 7.

1945-1975: A Reminiscence in Fragments. Eugene L. Reilly. XXVIII: 1-16.

A Better Chance, article on, Fall 1994, p. 20.

A Further Room, new literary magazine, Winter 1995, p. 11.

A. Persi Flacci Saturarum Liber. Edited by W. V. Clausen. (F. Stuart Crawford) IX: 4-33.

Aarons, Arnold B ., article on his death, Summer 2001, p. 3.

Abberger, William A. Jr. '46, notice of death, Spring 2003, p. 82.

Abbey, Douglas Burnham '46, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 66.

Abbot, Frank K. '43, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 96.

Abbott, Harper Laimbeer '46. Obituary XXVII: 4-61.

Abbott, Paul Robert '31, obituary, Summer '79, p. 85.

Abele, John E. '59, new trustee, Summer 1997, p. 2.

Abele, Louis T. '22, death notice, Fall 1996, p. 76.

Abele, Richard Peter '11, obituary, Summer '79, p. 82.

Abeles, Richard '59,letter from, Summer 2004, p. 44.

Abell, Tyler '50, book received, Spring 2000, p. 33.

Abercrombie, Allen '36, obituary, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 52.

Abernethy, Samuel Chrisman '31, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 44.

Abiodun, Rowland O., elected president of the African Studies Association, Fall 1994, p. 6.
      Paragraph on his recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 7.
      Book received, Fall 1995, p. 42.
      News of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 5.
      Named John C. Newton Professor of Fine Arts and Black Studies, Fall 1998, p. 9.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 9.
      Book received, Fall 2001, p. 36.
      Invited to deliver the inaugural William Fagg Memorial Lecture at the British Museum in London; among five principal investigators for a project supported by the Getty Grant Program, Fall 1993, p. 9.

Ablon, Steven L. M.D. '63, book review by, Summer 1990, p. 27.

Ablon, Steven Luria '63, book received, Winter 1998, p. 35.

Abrahamson, Robert-Louis '71, an essay by, on Freshman English in 1967, Winter 2001, p.27.

Abramowicz, David '01, article by, on student's plans, Fall 1999, p. 6.

Abrams, Robert '54, and Career Internship Program, Summer '82, p. 6.

Abramson, Jeffrey '69, book is reviewed, Spring 1995, p. 36.

Abruzzi, Reynold T. J. Jr. '59, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 55.

Academic Averages. XII: 2-15

Academic Delegates, Alumni. IV: 114

Academic Freedom. XV: 4-32.

Academic Philosophy of Alexander Meiklejohn, The. Christopher T. Greene. XXIII: 4-7.

Academic Representatives. IX: 2-5.

Accord and Dissent. Four Efforts to Rescue Human Resources. XVII: 2-2.

Achenbaum, W. Andrew '68, book is reviewed, Spring '81, p. 30.

Acheson, Dean. Ethics in International Relations Today. XVII: 3-2.
      Of Mice and Mail. XVII: 3-6.

Achievement of Galileo, The. Edited by James Brophy and Henry Paolucci. (Robert H. Koch) XV: 1-31.

Achievement of T. S. Eliot, The. An Essay on the Nature of Poetry. F. O. Matthiessen with chapter by C. L. Barber. (Richard Wilbur) XI: 3-25

Achievement of Wallace Stevens, The: A Crotoca; Anthology. Edited by Ashley Brown and Robert S. Haller. (William H. Pritchard) XV: 1-32.

Ackell, Joseph James '55, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 82.

Acker, Jennifer '00, article by, on Gould lecture, Fall 2000, p. 6.
      Article by, on students and their work-study jobs, Fall 2000, p. 29.
      Article by, on train workers in Maine, Winter 2000, p. 13.
      Article by, on homeschooling, Winter 2001, p. 8.
      Article by, on her trip to Cuba, Spring 2001, p. 7.
      Article by, on "Student Religion on Campus," Spring 2001, p. 14.
      Article by, on three seniors and their theses, Summer 2001, p. 12.
      Story by, on first-year seminar course, Fall 2001, p. 20.
      Article by, on Rosanne Haggerty '82, Winter 2002, p. 14.
      Book review by, Winter 2002, p. 32.
      Book review by, Spring 2002, p. 36.
      Article by, on Christine Galavotti '78, Spring 2002, p. 20.
      Article by, on Rabbi Peter Rubinstein '64 of Manhattan's Central Synagogue, Summer 2002, p. 24.
      Article by, on Walter Marks '55, Winter 2004, p. 25.

Action. James Guetti. XXV: 1-27.

Ad Hoc Admission Alumni Subcommittee established, Summer '78, p. 8.

Ad Hoc Committee. Proposals concerning Negro students. XX: 4-23.
      Studying proposals in Student Life Report. XVIII: 4-15.

Adams Family. The. Adams-Ke No Hitobito: America Seiji Bunka No Rekishi (The Adams Family - A Study in American Politics and Culture). Otis Cary, editor. XVIII: 2-32.

Adams Music Fund XXVI: 4-2.

Adams, Ashley '79, letter from, Summer 1998, p. 37.

Adams, Charles Marshall '29, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 46.
      Obituary, Summer 1991, p. 50.

Adams, Charles S. '30, death notice, Spring 1995, p. 66.

Adams, E. Sherman. (The Regulation of Credit.) II:199

Adams, Edward A. '86, awarded a Beinecke Memorial Scholarship, Fall 1985, p. 23.

Adams, Elbert Sherman '31, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 51.

Adams, Hamilton '43, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 114.

Adams, Herbert Patrick '49, death notice, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 81.

Adams, James M. '41, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 45.

Adams, John Tennant '29, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 51.

Adams, Ken, included in article New York Cares, Winter 1989, p. 12.

Adams, Paul Joseph III, received honorary degree, Summer 1995, p. 5.

Adams, William W. '78, letter from, Fall 2002, p. 40.

Adams-Ke No Hitobito: America Seiji Bunka No Rekishi (The Adams Family -A Study in American Politics and Culture). Otis Cary, editor. (Maaao Takenaka) XVIII: 2-32.

Addington, Keene Harwood '54, obituary, Summer 1995, p . 77.

Addison, Wallace Frederick '29, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 48.

Address for Fifty-Year Class. Robert B. Freeman. XXVI: 1-19.

Address List. XII: 3-1
      Letter in re XII: 4-26

Address to the Fifty-Year Class. John N. Worcester. XXIV: 1-17.

Adlai E. Stevenson. Stuart Gerry Brown. XVIII: 3-47.

Administrative Reforms of Frederick William I of Prussia, The. Reinhold A. Dorwart. XXV: 3-25.

Admission 1973. XXV: 4-11.

Admission Office, reports statistics for the Class of 1994, Fall 1990, p. 3.
      Announces a name change for its alumni volunteer network, Fall 1991, p. 7.
      to provide alumni counseling, Spring '81, p. 31.
      Continues to provide alumni counseling, Spring '82, p. 7.
      Summer 1984, p. 60.
      Summer 1985. p. 11.
      Student recruiting. XV: 3-26.

Admission process, faculty votes for new policies, Winter 2000, p. 4.

Admission to Amherst. Eugene S. Wilson. VI: 4-9.

Admission, College. Eugene S. Wilson et al. XI: 4-3

Admission, records in, Summer 2000, p. 4.

Admission. XXVIII: 4-1.

Admissions. Annual report. XVIII: 3-35.
      Offers college counseling to sons of alumni. XVII: 1-25.
      Black Student and the Admission Office, The. Frank J. Greve. XX: 4-10.
      Edward B. Wall becomes Associate Dean. XX: 4-25.
      Eugene S. Wilson completes twenty years as Dean. XIX: 3-26.

Admissions. IX: 4-22.

Adolescence and Youth: Psychological Developmept in a Changing World. John J. Conger. XXVI: 2-24.

Advance Placement. XII: 4-19

Advancing Corporate Responsibility. Theodore L. Cross. XXV: 3-9.

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Mark Twain. Leo Marx, editor. XIX: 3-41.

Advice to a Prophet. Richard Wilbur. (David Ferry). XIV: 3-31.

Aebischer, Edward D. Named associate secretary. XIX: 2-28.

Aeneid of Virgil, The. A verse translation. (Rolfe Humphries.) III: 202

Aerial Photograph. XII: 2-1; center insert

Aeschlimann, Christopher John '53, letter from, Summer 1986, p. 34.

Afanasyev, Yuri N., awarded honorary degree, Fall 1990, p. 4.

Affirmative action, Amherst files brief with the Supreme Court, Spring 2003, p. 2.

Affleck, Myron H. S. '42, notice of death, Spring 2003, p. 82.

Africa, crossroads. William G. Davis. Stephen F. Downs. XIV: 3-10.

Africa, relief for, Summer 1985. p. 2.

African Visits the South, An. Jamson Lwebuga-Mukasa. XX: 3-2.

After College, What? Eugene S. Wilson. V: 3-115.

After Mao, What? A. Doak Barnett. (The Future of Sino-American Relations) XX: 4-3.

After Noon. (Geoffroy Atkinson.) IV: 120

Aftermath of Revolt, The: India 1857-1870. Thomas R. Metcalf. (John B. Halsted) XVII: 3-36.

Agard, Walter Raymond '15, obituary, Summer '78, p. 39.
      Contributor to Classics In Translation. V: 1-19.
      The Creek Mind. IX: 4-32.
      (Classical Myths in Sculpture.) IV: 65

Age Begins Where Youth Leaves Off. Burges Johnson. VII: 4-13.

Age of Ideas: from Reaction to Revolution in Eighteenth-Century France, The. George R. Havens. VIII: 1-32.

Agnew, William H. '43, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 114.

Ahlskog, Gary R. '67, letter from, Winter '78, p. 32.
      letter from, Winter 1987, p. 40.

Ahlskog, Gary A., and Ward, Robert A. To Russia with Song. A Report on Amherst Glee Club’s 1967 International Tour. XX: 2-15.

Ahmed, Rafi '96, obituary, Fa111996, p. 84.

Ahrens, Philip '68, letter from, Fall 1988, p. 33.

AIDS Awareness Weekend, Spring 1993, p. 8.

AIDS Seminar, article on, Winter 1991-92, p. 18.

Air R.O.T.C. Unit. III: 110

Aitken, Hugh G. J. Article on. XXVII: 3-9.
      editor. Did Slavery Pay? XXIV: 2-31.
      received award for book. Winter 1977, p. 5.
      Awarded fellowship, Winter '78, p. 6.
      Awarded grant, June '80, p. 8.
      Awarded grant, Spring '82, p. 2.
      Books are published, Winter 1984, p. 23.
      Received awards, Fall 1986, p. 6.
      Article by, Spring 1987, p. 8.
      Received Leonardo da Vinci Medal, Fall 1987, p. 5.
      Book is republished, Fall 1988, p. 12.
      Awarded 1988 Prize by the Society for the History of Technology for his book, Summer 1989, p. 5.
      article on his death, Summer 1994, p. 6.

Akers, Charles Bradshaw '29, obituary, Spring '82, p. 60.

Akers, Walter Thomas, Jr. '27, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 59.

Akira, Nara, article on, Spring 1995, p. 8.

Alain Robbe-Grillet and the New French Novel. Ben F. Stoltzfus. (Jeffrey J. Carre) XVII: 1-43.

Alaska, A Land of Contrasts. Frank L. Babbott, Jr. IX: 2-8.

Alaska. Why? (Edward C. Koenig, Jr.) I:3

Alaska: The Great Land. James Playsted Wood. (John P. Thomson) XX: 1-31.

Albert S. Bard, at 90, Sets Brisk Pace. McCandlish Phillips. IX: 3-14.

Albert, Allan Praigrod '67, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 66.

Albertowicz, Theodore John '36, obituary, Summer '78, p. 70.

Albig, Reed Harrison '26, obituary, Spring '82, p. 59.

Albisetti, James C. '71, book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.
      book is reviewed, Winter 1989, p. 26.

Alcaly, Roger '62, book is reviewed, Summer 2003, p. 34.

Alcaly, Roger E. '61, book received, Spring 1977, p. 31.

Alcoa: An American Enterprise. (Charles S. Carr.) IV: 165

Alcock, John '65, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.

Alderfer, Samuel Stanley '30, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 48.

Alderman, Wayne E. '35, obituary, Summer 2003, p. 90.

Aldrich, Raymond Elbert Jr. '42, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 61.

Aldrich, Robert A. Jr. '65, death notice, Fall 1999, p. 76.

Aldrich, Robert Anderson '39, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 76.

Aldrich, Russell Elmer '42, obituary, June '80, p. 78.

Aldridge, Richard Boughton '52, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 67.
      Book received, Summer 1994, p. 44.
      Book received, Summer 2002, p. 37.
      book received, Spring 1990, p. 30.
      poetry is reviewed, Spring '81, p. 29.
      editor Poetry Amherst. XXV: 3-25.
      The Conference. (poem). V: 2-48.

Aldridge, Richard. An Apology Both Ways. X: 4-20.
      The Champion Sprinter and the Hoped for Record. Poem. X: 1-21.
      Down Through the Clouds, the Sea. Poems. XVI: 1-33.
      The Wild White Rose. XXVII: 2-23.

Alembic in Limbo: A College Dialogue. David McCord. XV: 4-14.

Alexander Meiklejohn and the Making of the Amherst Mind. Julius Seelye Bixler. XXV: 4-1.

Alexander Pope: The Poetry of Allusion. Reuben Arthur Brower. (Rolfe Humphries) XII: 4-25

Alexander, Alexander Jr. '42, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 118.

Alexander, Philip F. '51, alumni report on admission, Fall '80, p. 12.
      awarded Medal for Eminent Service, Fall 1986, p. 28.

Alexander, Robert S. '38, letter from, Spring 1997, p. 40.
      letter from, Winter 1986, p. 32.
      Book is received, Fall 1988, p. 31.
      Reply to Harold Haizlip's account of the ABCD program. Letters. XVII: 3-41.

Alexander. Harold F. '25. obituary, Spring 1985. p. 35.

Alexanderson, Verner '38, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 80.

Alford, William P. '70, book received, Fall 1995, p. 43.

Alford, Win '91, included in article on students entrepreneurship, Spring 1991, p. 24.

Algebra I: A Versatile Approach. L. Manlius Sargent, Jr. XXVII: 2-23.

All God's Dangers: The Life of Nate Shaw. Theodore Rosengarten XXVII:  4-29. 

Allan, John "Jack" R. '45, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 81.

Allen, Arthur Wilburn Jr. '45, obituary, Summer 1996, p. 90.

Allen, Charles Lowry '25, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 61.

Allen, Craig Gordon '42, obituary, Summer '78, p. 71.

Allen, David Beckwith '47, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 89.

Allen, Eugene T. 100th birthday celebrated. XVII: 1-25.

Allen, Eugene Vaughn '45, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 45.

Allen, Francis Pitcher '26, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 59.

Allen, Fred H. Jr., '34, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1984, p. 8.
      Erythroblastosis Fetalis Including Exchange Transfusion Technic. X: 4-20.
      obituary, Fall 1987, p. 49.

Allen, Frederic Wolcott '20, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 47.

Allen, Gilman B. '27, death notice, Winter 1996, p. 74.

Allen, Glenn S., Jr., Amherst memories, Summer 1987, p. 7.

Allen, Glenn Seven Jr. '36, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 97.

Allen, Harry S. Jr. '54, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 72.

Allen, Herbert Charles III '39, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 38.

Allen, John M. Jr. '66, death notice, Winter 1995, p. 63.

Allen, Loren Baker '28, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Allen, Ralph G. '55. honorary degree citation, Summer '80, p. 10.

Allen, Robert '55, letter from, Spring 2000, p. 40.

Allen, Terry Y., article by, on A Better Chance, Fall 1994, p. 20.
      Article by, on Al Checchi '70, Fall 1994, p. 13.
      Book review by, Summer 1994, p. 42.
      Article by, on David T. Suzuki '58, Summer 1994, p. 17.
      Interview with William E. Kennick, Winter 1995, p. 25.
      Article by, on David Black '67, Spring 1995, p. 10.
      Article by, on Five College Women's Studies Research Center, Spring 1995, p. 23.
      Article by, on Thomas Eakins and his photographs, Fall 1995, p. 4.
      Article by, on Ilan Stavans, Fall 1995, p. 13.
      Article by, on the Norwottuck Rail Trail, Fall 1995, p. 32.
      Article by, on Colorado String Quartet's residency at Amherst, Winter 1996, p. 8.
      Article by, on John Paluska '89 and Phish, Winter 1996, p. 13.
      Article by, on Pat Mullins, Winter 1996, p. 17.
      Article by, on Gellhorn's death, Winter 1996, p. 4.
      Article by, on Fred Stott '40, Spring 1996, p. 8.
      Article by, on Prof. Williamson's research project, Summer 1996, p. 4.
      Interview by, with Prof. Amrita Basu, Summer 1996, p. 15.
      Article by, on Andy Jaffe and the Jazz Ensemble, Summer 1996, p. 8.
      Article by, on Dr. M. Keith Rawlings '78, Summer 1996, p. 22.
      Interview by, of President Gerety, Fall 1996, p. 14.
      Article by, on Scott Turow '70, Fall 1996, p. 23.
      Article by, on 175 years of women at Amherst, Winter 1997, p. 16.
      Interview by, on Prof. Francis G. Couvares, Winter 1997, p. 24.
      Article by, on Auban Haydel '98 and Kit Lasher '98, Spring 1997, p. 4.
      Interview by, with Joe Paul Case and Jane Reynolds, Spring 1997, p. 9.
      Article by, on Susan Little's retirement, Summer 1997, p. 4.
      Article by, on women alumni trustees, Summer 1997, p. 17.
      Article by, on Professor Goldsby's and Hunter's research students, Fall 1997, p. 18.
      Book review by, Fall 1997, p. 33.
      Article by, on Patricia Sloane '80, Winter 1998, p. 9.
      Article by, on Jeffrey Wright's visit to the College, Winter 1998, p. 4.
      Article by, on Greenstein's and Zajonc's visit to Dharmsala, India, Spring 1998, p. 5.
      Article by, on Charles Longsworth's years as trustee, Summer 1998, p. 6.
      Article by, on Yanira Castro '94E, Fall 1998, p. 13.
      Article by, on Amherst alumni magazine survey, Fall 1998, p. 7.
      Article by, on Stanley Rabinowitz and his samovars, Winter 1999, p. 14.
      Article by, on Siris/Coombs Architects, Winter 1999, p. 9.
      Article by, on Andrew Logan '99, Spring 1999, p. 6.
      Article by, on Alan Webber '70, Spring 1999, p. 19.
      Article by, on Maggie Bangser '81, Spring 1999, p. 15.
      Article by, on Robert Woodbury '60, Richard Wolfe '52 and AUBG, Fall 1999, p. 13.
      Article by, on the art of translation with alums Val Vinokurov '94 and Rose-Myriam Rejouis '94, Summer 1999, p. 16.
      Article by, on Pamela Rotner Sakamoto '84, Winter 2000, p. 23.
      Article by, on Senator Eagleton, Summer 1986, p. 15-19,25-26.
      Article by, on The Cosmos Club, Summer 1986, p. 20-22.
      Article by, on Robert Howard '76, Summer 1986, p. 27-28, 30.
      Book review by, Summer 1986, p. 29.
      Article by, on Soweto, Fall 1986, p. 20.
      Article by, on William W. Falsgraf '55, Fall 1986, p. 24.
      Article by, on Shays' Rebellion, Winter 1986, p. 10.
      Article by, on David Kirsch, Spring 1987, p. 6.
      Article by, on David Eisenhower, Summer 1987, p. 10.
      Article by, on three generations of Eisenhower men who have written accounts of the Second World War, Summer 1987, p. 14.
      Article by, on John W. Dower '59, Fall 1987, p. 14.
      Article by, on John Charles Scherrer '54, Fall 1987, p. 22.
      Article by, on Dower interview, Fall 1987, p. 17.
      Article by, on Guichard Parris '27, Winter 1987, p. 14.
      Book review by, Winter 1987, p. 29.
      Book review by, Winter 1987, p. 34.
      Article by, on the Homeless, Spring 1988, p. 8.
      Article by, on the "climate of poverty," Spring 1988, p. 12.
      Book review by, Spring 1988, p. 24.
      Article by, on the Boston Marathon, Summer 1988, p. 10.
      Article by, on video documentary on "Women at Amherst," Fall 1988, p. 2.
      Article by, on Professor Antonio Benitez-Rojo, Fall 1988, p. 14.
      Article by, on Piotr Sommer, Winter 1988, p. 14.
      Article by, on Ralph Lee '57, Spring 1989, p. 9.
      Book review by, Spring 1989, p. 29.
      Article by, on Recycled Paper Products with Philip Friedmann '67 and Michael Keiser '67, Spring 1989, p. 20.
      Article by, on Howard Junker '61, Summer 1989, p. 14.
      Article by, on Janine Craane '83, Fall 1989, p. 14.
      Article by, on New York Cares, Winter 1989, p. 10.
      Article by, on Alan Ladd '82, Winter 1989, p. 16.
      Article by, on Marcus Olson '79, Spring 1990, p. 6.
      Article by, on Dr. Alan Blum '69, Spring 1990, p. 8.
      Article by, on Kellie Jones '81, Summer 1990, p. 14.
      Article by, on Prof. Jerome Himmelstein and "The New Right," Summer 1990, p. 18.
      Book review by, Fall 1990, p. 29.
      Article by, on Yoruba exhibition, Winter 1990, p. 9.
      Article by, on Chuck Lacy '80E, Winter 1990, p. 14.
      Book review by, Winter 1990, p. 28.
      Article by, on Prof. Paul W. Ewald, Spring 1991, p. 14.
      Article by, on Wendy Woodson and company, Summer 1991, p. 24.
      Article by, on Andrew Hacker '51, Fall 1991, p. 8.
      Book review by, Fall 1991, p. 31.
      Article by, on Amherst women in science, Spring 1992, p. 9.
      Article by, on David Kessler '73, Winter 1991-92, p. 10.
      Book review by, Winter 1991-92, p. 26.
      Article by, on Lewis Spratlan's new work, Fall 1992, p. 9.
      Article by, on Tabitha Estabrook '87, Summer 1992, p. 10.
      Article by, on Prince Albert, Winter 1993, p. 9.
      Article by, on Daniel Goleman '68, Winter 1993, p. 26.
      Book review by, Winter 1993, p. 34.
      Article by, on Cora Lee Gibbs's Architectural Tour of the Campus, Spring 1993, p.16.
      Article by, on Prof. Hunter's workshop at the Children's Museum of Holyoke, Spring 1993, p. 6.
      Article by, on AIDS Awareness Weekend, Spring 1993, p. 8.
      Article by, on Prof. Greenstein's astrophysics seminar, Summer 1993, p. 11.
      Article by, on Martin Hoke '73, Summer 1993, p. 19.
      Article by, on trace fossils, Fall 1993, p. 7.
      Article by, on Jeffrey S. Kittay '65, Fall 1993, p. 12.
      Article by, on Stephen Collins '69, Fall 1993, p. 25.
      Article by, on The Story, Winter 1994, p. 11.
      Book review by, Winter 1994, p. 33.
      Book review by, Winter 1994, p. 38.
      Article by, on Michael H. Merson '66, M.D., Spring 1994, p. 15.
      Book review by, Spring 1994, p. 36.
      Associate Secretary for Public Affairs (photo of), Spring 1984, p. 7.
      Article by, on Interterm program, Spring 1984, p. 7.
      Article by, on David Reck, "Earth's music man", Spring 1984, p. 12.
      Article by, "Living in freedom: Soviet emigre students at Amherst," Summer 1984, p. 14-16 & 57.
      Article by, "An Amherst love story is told in new book," Summer 1984, p. 59-60.
      Article by, "new displays to brighten museum," Fall 1984, p. 9-10.
      Article by, "How elastic is the concept of human rights?" Fall 1984, p. 14-16.
      Book review by, Fall 1984, p. 26-27.
      Article by. on FBI Director William H. Webster '45, Winter 1984, p. 11-13 & 21.
      Article by, on Richard Poirier '49. editor-in-chief of Raritan, Winter 1984, p. 14-16.
      Book review by, Winter 1984, p. 32-33.
      Article by, on Werner Gundersheimer '59, Spring 1985, p. 8 & 22-24.
      Article by, on Robert Brustein '47, Summer 1985, p. 14-16.
      Book review by. Summer 1985, p. 24-25.
      Article by, on Prof. Susan Niditch's book in progress, Fall 1985, p. 19-10.
      Article by, on Tyler Resch '55, Fall 1985, p. 21-23.
      Article by, on Marilynne Robinson, Winter 1985, p. 10.
      Book review by, Winter 1985, p. 28.

Allen, Walton Clay '20, letter from, Spring '83. p. 67-68.
      Obituary, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 48.

Allis Room Dedication. IV: 111

Allis, Frederick S. Jr. '35, book is reviewed. Summer '79, p. 40.
      Letter from, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 67.
      (Careers in Education and Teaching.) IV: 157
      William Bingham's Maine Lands. VII: 4-27.
      reunion talk, Spring 1987, p. 5.
      Obituary, Spring 1994, p. 61.

Allison, Crosby '25, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 30.

Allison, George K. '36, obituary, Winter 2003, p. 89.

Allison, Gordon Kelby '26, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 30.

Allison, William Kelby '20, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 69.

Allman, John Martin '38, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 72.

Alone in the Crowd. Lee A. Perlman. XXV: 4-7.

Alonso, Miguel Ramon '59, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 97.

Alper, Jonathan Louis '71, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 51.

Alpha Theta Xi. XI: 3-22

Alphabets  of the Imagination:  Literary Essays  of Harold Clarke Goddard 1900.  XXVIII: 3-30. 

Alschuler, Alfred S. '61, article by, on Eritrea, Summer 1989, p. 21.

Altreche, Raul '06, article on, Summer 2004, p. 32.

Alumni Academic Representatives. XX: 3-20.

Alumni Advisors, note by Dean Wall, Winter '78, p. 16.

Alumni Advisory Program. Van R. Halsey. XI: 4-10

Alumni affairs and development, new leadership in, Winter 1995, p. 4.

Alumni Association Meetings. XII: 3-1

Alumni Association of Central Africa. Second formal meeting. XVII: 2-inside front cover.

Alumni Association of Northern California. Commemorates ninetieth birthday anniversary of Robert Frost. XVII: 1-37.

Alumni Association of the Connecticut Valley. Sponsors first Sabrina Special, charter flight to London and Paris. XIV: 1-27.

Alumni Associations. XXIII: 1-42, 2-32, 3-38, 4-27. XXIV: 1-32, 2-61, 3-49, 4-27.

Alumni College 1966. John T. McTernan. Terras Irradient. XIX: 3-inside front cover.

Alumni College 1968. Terras Irradient. XX: 3-inside front cover.

Alumni College. Courses offered. XVIII: 4-18.

Alumni College. L. Sumner Pruyne. XVIII: 4-24.

Alumni College. Third annual. XIX: 1-32.

Alumni Council 
      Week End. II:15
      Invitation to Week End. II:facing 51
      Visiting committees. II:59
      Meeting. II:105
      Committee elections. II:105
      Budget. II:107
      Annual Meeting. III: 107
      Executive Committee. III: 107
      Budget. III: 108
      Visiting Committees. III: 108
      Week End. IV: 108
      Budget. IV: 109
      Executive Committee. IV: 110
      Visiting Committees. IV: 110
      Career Conference. IV: 152
      Annual Meeting. V: 1-3; VI: 1-2, 3-10.
      Budget. V: 3-111; VI: 3-11.
      Career Conference. V: 4-154; VI: 4-18
      Officers Elected. V: 3-111.
      Visiting Committees. V: 3-109; VI: 3-11.
      Weekend. V: 3-110.
      Admission Committee formed. VII: 2-16.
      Annual Meeting. VII: 1-16, 3-19; VIII: 1-12, 3-19.
      Budget. VII: 3-20; VIII: 3-20.
      Career Conference. VII: 4-14; VIII: 4-16.
      Executive Committee. VII: 3-20.
      Officers. VII: 1-16, 3-19; VIII: 1-12, 3-19.
      Visiting Committees. VII: 3-21.
      Admission Committee Preliminary Report. IX: 3-2.
      Annual Meeting. IX: 3-16; X: 3-22.
      Career Conference. X: 4-13.
      Report of the Committee to Restudy Fraternities at Amherst College. X: 2-supplement.
      Weekend. IX: 3-16; X: 3-22.
      Annual Meeting. XI: 3-21
      Annual Meeting. XIII: 3-22.
      Career Conference. XIII: 3-22, 4-13; XIV: 3-28, 4-21.
      Amherst Holiday. XV: 1-16; XVI: 4-25.
      Fiftieth Anniversary of Founding. XVI: 2-13.
      Fifty Years of Service. J. Alfred Guest.
      Jubilee. XVI: 3-5.
      Weekend Schedule. XVI: 2-14.
      Alumni trustee nominees. XVIII: 4-15.
      Officers and budget. XVIII: 3-36.
      Weekend. XVII: 1-31; 2-28.
      George Parke Rouse appointed assistant to Secretary. XIX: 4-18.
      Annual meeting. XXI: 1-28; XXII: 1-29, 2-26.
      Officers. XXI: 1-28.
      James B. Lyon elected Chairman. XXI: 3-18.
      Alumni College (6th) program. XXI: 4-Cover I.
      John Phillips '69 appointed assistant to Alumni Secretary. XXI: 4-15.
      Committees listed XXII: 1-27
      Alumni Weekend. XXII: 1-31.
      Officers 1971-72. XXIV: 1-16.1972-73. XXIV: 1-17.
      Alumni College. XXIII: 2-20; XXIV: 1-17.
      Annual Meeting. XXIV: 2-20.
      Tribute to J. A. Guest XXIV: 1-17.
      Address to the Fifty-Year Class. XXIV: 1-17.
      Winter Holiday. XXIV: 2-21.
      Annual Meeting. XXV: 1-13.
      Sesquicentennial "Sermon”: XXV: 1-13.
      50-year Class Address. XXV: 1-16.
      1973 Sabrina Trips. XXV: 2-16.
      Joint Annual Meeting. XXV: 3-11.
      Programs. XXV: 3-Cover III; XXVI: 3-Cover III.
      Address by John William Ward. XXVI: 1-I.
      Officers 73-74. XXVI: 1-19.
      Officers 1974-75  XXVII:  1-5. 
      Meeting and address by John William Ward. XXVII:  3-19. 
      Meeting report XXVIII:  2-4. 
      offices remodeled, administrative changes, Fall '80, p. 10.

Alumni Fellows Program  XXVII:  4-11. 
      Reports XXIII: 3-2;
      Student Comments XXIII: 3-13.

Alumni Fun. Amherst team appears on television program. XVIII: 4-26.

Alumni Fund 
      Objectives. I:11
      Annual Report. II:52
      Chairman's Report. II:53
      Committee. II:53
      Class Record. II:67
      Chairmen. II:67
      Class Agents. II:facing 134
      Davis Dinner. II:191
      Report. III: 3; 87
      Committee. III: 87
      Class Records. III: 88
      Fund Chairmen. III: 88
      Letter from Chairman. III: facing 165
      Davis Dinner. III: 197
      Reports. IV: 3; 88; 89; 109
      Record bv Classes. IV: 88
      Committee. IV: 89
      Word by President Cole. IV: 145
      Scholarships. IV: 159
      Class Agents. V: 2-front page, 2-58 ; VI: 3-inner back page.
      Class Records. V: 1-5, 2-86 ; VI: 2- 56.
      Report. V: 1-3, 5; 2-86; 3-110; 5-194; VI: 1-3, 4; 2-25; 3-10.
      Class Agents. VII: 3-back flyleaf; VIII: 3-64.
      Class Records. VIII: 2-25.
      Davis Dinner., VII: 4-17; VIII: 4-14.
      Report. VII: 1-22; 2-47; 3-19. VIII: 1-2, 14; 2-23.
      Annual Report. IX: 1-3, 2-55; X: 1-63, 2-55.
      Class Agents. IX: 3-63; X: 3-inside front cover.
      Class Records. IX: 2-54; X: 1-63, 2-54.
      Committee on Endowment. IX: 4-23.
      Contributors. IX: 2-55; X: 2-55.
      Annual Report. XI: 2-24; XII: 1-inside cover
      Class Records. XI: 1-56, 2-24; XII: 2-19
      Performance. XI: 2-24; XII: 2-20
      Class Records. XIII: 1-inside front cover, 2-22, 24, 26; XIV: 3-23.
      Class Agents. XIII: 3-65; XIV: 3-69.
      Report. XIII: 2-26; XIV: 1-20, 2-22.
      Annual Report. XV: 2-36; XVI: 1-19.
      Class Agents. XV: 3-67; XVI: 3-inside beck cover.
      Class Agents Meeting. XV: 4-18.
      Class Agents Fund Record Setters for 1963. XVI: 2-17.
      Class Participation. XV: 1-22; XVI: 1-19.
      Class Records. XV: 2-34; XVI: 2-16.
      New Record Set. XV: 1-22.
      Chairman, Robert J. McKean. XVIII: 2-35.
      Class agents. XVII: 3; XVIII: 3-inside back cover, each issue.
      Class participation. XVII: 1-28.
      Class records. XVII: 2-40; XVIII: 2-36.
      Comparative record by classes. XVII: 2-42.
      Report. XVII: 1-28, 2-41; XVIII: 1-25, 2-35.
      Sets unique record. XVIII: 1-25, 2-35.
      Chairmen. XIX: 2-37.
      Class agents. XIX: 3-80; XX: 3-43.
      Comparative record by classes. XIX: 2-38.
      Final report for 1966. XIX: 1-42.
      Fund for 1967 sets all-time record. XX: 1-1.
      Record by classes. XIX: 2-36.
      Report. XIX: 2-36; XX: 3-38
      Receives first-prize check from United States Steel Foundation. XIX: 2-30.
      Vietnam and the Fund. Robert S. Denig. Letters. XX: 4-43.
      1968 Reports. XXI: 1-1, 25; 3-37.
      1969 Reports. Special Issue: Cover II.; XXII: 1-1; 2-Inside back cover.
      XXIII: 1-1.
      1970 fall report, 1971 prospectus, fund committees and Class Agents. Insert XXIII: 3-34.
      XXIV: 1-19, 2-2S, 3-22, 4-25.
      Reports. 1972 XXV: 2-17;
      1973 XXVI: 1-Cover I;
      1973 full report XXVI: 2-8;
      1974 XXVI: 3-33.
      Reports. 1974 XXVII: 1-1, 2-12;
      1975 XXVII: 3-33,
      XXVIII: Cover II, 2-64;
      1976 XXVIII: 3-33, 4-7.
      1976 Award Dinners, Spring 1977, p. 12.
      Summer '77, inside cover.
      Fall '77. p. 23.
      Winter '78, p. 33.
      Summer '78, p. 1.
      Winter '79, p. 33.
      June '79. p. 30.
      Summer '79, p. 1.
      Winter '80, p. 33.
      Summer '80, p. 5.
      Fall '80. p. 3.
      Summer '81, p. 4.

Alumni Fund, 5-year Campaign ends, Fall 1986, p. 2. Has a banner year, Fall 1987, p. 5.

Alumni Fund and Lord Amherst. John O. Cole. IX: 4-17.

Alumni House. Gift of Frank M. Lay. V: 4-142.
      Groundbreaking. VI: 1-3
      Plans accepted. VI: 4-14.

Alumni News. (Message from President Cole.) I:facing 1

Alumni News. III:  61; 107

Alumni Response to Campus Activities. William H. Baxter III. XXIII: 2-5.

Alumni Salute to Boydens. XXI: 1-Cover II.

Alumni Self-Study Report. Miner D. Crary, Jr. XXI: 4-33.

Alumni Should Worry. Francis B. Randall. V: 2-49.

Alumni Website, article on, Summer 1996, p. 13.

Alumni, Don't Worry! Francis B. Randall. V: 1-12.

Alumni, Society of the, Officers of the, Summer '77, p. 8.
      Summer '78, p. 15.
      Summer '79, p. 18.
      Summer '80, p. 5-6.
      Summer '81, p. 11.
      Summer '82, p. 32.
      Summer '83, p. 74.
      Fall 1984, p. 23.
      Fall 1985, p. 25.

Alumni, Society of the. Annual Meeting. X: 1-3.

Alumni. Addresses Unknown. IX: 2-70.
      Associations. IX: 2-71; X: 2-70.

Alumni. Association s . V: 1-21, 2-63, 3-124, 4-164, 5-201; VI: 1-23, 2-20, inside fly leaf, 3-21, 4-26. VII: 1-37; 2-27, 63; 3-35; 4-34; VIII: 1-37; 2-42,64; 3-37; 4-32. XIII: 2-25; XIV: 3-28, 68.
      Washington DC Alumni Declaration. V: 5-188.
      Letter re Washington Alumni Declaration. VI: 1-21.

Alumni. Occupational Index. XVI: 2-24.
      Sons in Class of 1966. XV: 2-25.

Alumni/Development Offices, to be merged, Winter 1985, p. 5.

Alumnus Is Worried, An. Robert McAfee Brown. V: 2-47.

Alumnus, Oldest Living --Samuel Chapin. XI: 2-26

Alumnus, The, and His College. J. Seelye Bixler. XVI: 3-8.

Amabile, George '57, book received, Fall 1996, p. 43.
      books are received. Winter '83, p. 23.
      Blood Ties. XXV: 3-25.

Amaker, Norman Carey '56, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 97.

Amateur Radio Station Resumes (W1JRA). XXIII: 3-31.

Amazing Vacation, The. Dan Wickenden. IX: 2-26.

Amend, William '84, book is received, Summer 1997, p. 44.
      Awarded honorary degree, Summer 2000, p. 5.
      letter from, Fall 1987, p. 32.

American Alumni Council --Insert of Reprint. XI: 4-following 32; XII: 4-following 29

American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT), Summer '79, p. 17.

American Astronomical Society meets at Amherst. V: 4-151.

American Culture. Saxon Graham. (T.P.G.) X: 4-19.

American Dialogue, An. Robert McAfee Brown. (David S. King) XIII: 2-25.

American Education Today. Edited from Saturday Review's Education Supplement by Paul Woodring and John Scanlon. (Alexander A. Mackimmie) XVI; 2-29.

American Education Today. Paul Woodring and John Scanlon, editors. (H. W. H.) XVII: 2-37.

American Genesis: Captain John Smith and the Founding of Virginia. Alden T. Vaughan. XXVII: 3-31.

American Higher Education, Special Supplement to. X: 4.

American Library Association. Honors Harold J. Baily . V: 2-49.

American Participation in the Great Exhibition of 1851. Robert F. Dalzell. XIII: 2-26.

American Prose Masters. William C. Brownell. XX: 3-35.

American Protestantism. T. Valentine Parker. (J. A. Martin, Jr.) IX: 1-30.

American Railroad Network, 1861-1890, The. George Rogers Taylor and Irene D. Neu. (Carter Goodrich) IX: 2-26.

American Rights. Walter Gellhorn. (Earl Latham) XII: 4-2.5

American Shakespeare Festival, Stratford-on-the-Housatonic. Gordon A. Rust. XV: 1-10.

American Student, The. Theodore P. Greene. XIX: 2-7.

American Studies. Teaching Experiments. X: 1-28.

American Studies Program, The. (George F. Whicher.) II:101

American Studies, 50th anniversary of program at Amherst, Fall 1989, p. 8.

American Studies. XII: 2-14

American Studies: A Course on Trial. (Neil H. Hertz and David E. Gyger.) IV: 51

American Youth Goes Monogamous. Charles W. Cole. IX: 4-2.

Americans in Conflict: The Civil War and Reconstruction. David Lindsey. XXVI: 3-28.

Amerika-shi no Hiniku. Translation by Otis Cary of The Irony of American History. Reinhold Niebuhr. VII: 4-28.

Ames, Lawrence Coffin '19, obituary, Fall '81, p. 67.

Amherst – A Small College. Charles W. Cole. IX: 4-2.

Amherst - A Symbol of Hope. Concluding Remarks by President Cole at Alumni Luncheon. XIII: 1-16.

Amherst "A" Association. XXV: 2-23.

Amherst Alumni Fund, The. In Retrospect and Anticipation. Allan S. Lerner. XVII: 2-41.

Amherst Alumni News, article on anniversary of, Spring 1999, p. 8.
      "Top Ten" Award. VII: 1-11.

Amherst Amigos. Jack Hailey and William H. Chamurro. (Summer 1966) XIX: 3-18.

Amherst and Affirmative Action. XXVI: 4-12.

Amherst and its Faculty. Charles H. Cole. VIII: 1-11.

Amherst and the Future. Calvin H. Plimpton. XIV: 1-7.

Amherst and the Grand Canyon. Story and Photographs. Richard M. Foose. XIX: 1-19.

Amherst and the International Community. Stephen H. Grant. XXIV: 4-1.

Amherst and the Space Age. Albert P. Linnell. XII: 2-10

Amherst and the White House Library. John B. O'Brien. XVI: 2-26, 3-29.

Amherst Authors XXVII: 2-23, 3-30, 4-29. XXVIII: 1-28, 2-30, 3-30, 4-29.

Amherst Bill. IX: 4-31.

Amherst Books. History of the Endowment of Amherst College. (Stanley King.) II:191
      Mornings at 8:50. (George F. Whicher.) II:191

Amherst Capital Program, The. XIV: 4-3.
      At half-way point. XVI: 3-16.
      Committees. XV: 2-20.
      National Committee. XV: 2-4, 18.
      The Robert Frost Library. XV: 2-2.
      The Ways and Means of 500 Amherst Volunteers. XVI: 4-13.
      Final report. 2500 Right Hands - The Capital Program Volunteers. XVIII: 2-39.
      Ford grant matched. XVII: 1-26.
      Goal raised. XVII: 1-26.
      Nearing completion of major campaign. XVII: 3-25.
      Reaching final phase. XVII: 2-32.
      Twenty-million-dollar goal reached. XVIII: 1-24.

Amherst Chair. III: 151

Amherst Club of Cape Cod and the Islands. Former. X: 3-10.

Amherst Club of New York. Placement Service. X: 3-10.

Amherst Cobalt Source, The. Its Use in Biological Research. Harold H. Plough. VII: 1-1.

Amherst College 1907-1957. M. Vartan, editor. X: 2-24.

Amherst College Alumni College Alumni. Organization formed. XVII: 1-19.

Amherst College Campaign, article on, Summer 2001, p. 6.

Amherst College Canadian Foundation. Established. XVII: 2-32.

Amherst College Chair. Available to alumni. XV: 1-14.
      Matching chairs. XV: 4-21.

Amherst College Embassy. IX: 4-21.

Amherst College Library, The. Willis E. Bridegam, Jr. XXVIII: 3-10

Amherst College Press. Volume published in memory of Benjamin Goodall Symon, Jr. XVI: 3-30.

Amherst College. IX: 3-2.

Amherst College. Purchases Emily Dickinson house. XVII: 3-29.

Amherst College. Whither Amherst? Grant N. Nickerson. XVI: 3-12.

"Amherst Comes to Town". XVII: 1-26, 2-30.

Amherst Curriculum, The. XVII: 1-2.

Amherst Eclipse Expedition of 1896, Spring 1990, p. 18.

Amherst Experiment Comes of Age. (Fred M. Hechinger.) IV: 5

Amherst from the Air. Photograph. X: 3-centerfold.

Amherst Graduate, The. (William R. Poirier, Ivy Oration.) II:54

Amherst Holiday. I:12; II:14; II:191; III: 11; 195; IV: 13; V: 1-11; VI: 1-7, 4-14. VII: 1-16; VIII: 1-18. IX: 1-21; X: 4-12. XI: 4-21; XII: 4-1; XIII: 4-17. XXVIII: 3-1, 4-Cover IV.

Amherst Honors Robert Frost. Report of 80th birthday. VI: 4-2.

Amherst House at Doshisha. Lawrence A. Spiegel. XX: 4-19.

Amherst in Beirut. XIX: 2-21.

Amherst in New York. David D. Watkins. VII: 1-5.
      Part II. David D. Watkins. IX: 3-13.

Amherst Literary Magazine. Publishes special issue commemorating fiftieth anniversary of William Butler Yeats' visit to Amherst. XVII: 1-22.

Amherst Markers, new sculpture on Memorial Hill, Summer 1993, p. 44.

Amherst Men at Mid-Life. Arthur G. Powell. XXVII: 3-22.

Amherst Men Paste Good! John F. Bergin. IX: 4-14.

Amherst Odyssey, An. (John B. O'Brien.) IV: 149

Amherst Official Says Applicants “Don't Know What They're Looking For.” R M. A. Farber. reprint of New York Times article on E.S. Wilson. XXIII: 2-16.

Amherst on Hickory. (Tinker Hill.) II:60

Amherst Plates and Chair. IV: 60

Amherst Plates. II:104

Amherst portrait given. Jeffery Amherst of Riverhead, Kent. VIII: 3-15.

Amherst Publications. List. VII: 3-17; VIII: 1-25.

Amherst Q.B. Moonlights with Pats. reprint Boston Globe re Rick Hurphy. XXV: 2-23.

"Amherst Reports," publication of, resumes, Fall 1976, p. 2.

Amherst Reunion. (Poem) Albert L. Warner. XX: 3-10.

Amherst Review, best literary magazine, Spring '78, p. 7.
      Wins magazine prize, Summer 1984, p. 59.

Amherst Senior Center, college donates computers to, Spring 1989, p. 5.

Amherst Series in Law, Jurisprudence, and Social Thought, makes its debut in bookstores around the country, Spring 1993, p. 5.

Amherst Student, The. Cole Cites Monogamy Among American Youth. IX: 4-7.
      Problems of Higher Education. X: 4-15.
      Editorial. What Amherst Is Not? XVI: 1-5.

Amherst Summer Action Program (ASAP) XXI: 3-15; 4-12.

Amherst Today, a new series of on-campus educational programs for alumni, parents and friends, article on, Winter 2004, p. 8.

Amherst Tomorrow. J. Gerald Cole. Letters. XX: 4-41.

Amherst, An Introduction to. Opening remarks by President Plimpton and Dean Porter to freshmen. XVI: 2-19.

Amherst, Bicentennial of Town of XI: 4-23

Amherst, Dogs, and Dartmouth. VI: 2-9.

Amherst, Earl, Jeffery John Archer. Visits Amherst to view family portraits. Terras Irradient. XX: 2-inside front cover.

Amherst, East Asia and Japan. XXVIII: 2-5.

Amherst, Jeffery John Archer, 5th Earl Amherst, article on his death, Summer 1993, p. 11.

Amherst, Lord Jeffery John Archer. IV: 160

Amherst, Lord Jeffery. Family portraits on view. Terrae Irradient. XX: 2-inside front cover.

Amherst, Lord, and the Alumni Fund. John O. Cole. IX: 4-17.

Amherst, Town of. Grant to XI: 3-20
      Receives grant from College toward Master Plan. XIX: 4-17.
      The New Town of Amherst. XVIII: 2-2.
      Reply to certain aspects of photographic essay, "The New Town of Amherst". Theodore S. Bacon. XVIII: 3-48.

Amherst, Welcome to ---- XIX: 2-15.

Amherst: A Symbol of Freedom. (Claude M. Fuess.) IV: 197

Amherst: Name Across the Land. Armand E. Singer. XVI: 4-7.

Amherst's "Balance of Learning" Idea. Reprint of Fred H. Hechinger. VIII: 2-6.

Amherst's Alumnae. XXVII: 4-19.

Amherst's Political Scientists. Andrew Hacker. VII: 4-8.

Amherst-Smith Chamber Singers. Concert Tour in Europe. XIV: 1-23.
      Musical Ambassadors Abroad. XIV: 2-9.

Amiel, Joseph '59, letter from, Spring '82, p. 25.
      Letter frem, Fall '81, p. 34.

Ammons, Richard '74, Assistant Secretary for Capital Programs, Summer '81, p. 12.

Amory, Cleveland. Dr. Pusey' s Wit Stills Wet Query. Terras Irradient. XVII: 1-inside front cover.

Analekta: An Anthropology [sic] of Amherst Undergraduate Writing. VII: 1-30.

Anatomy of a Coordinating Council: Implications for Planning. Basil J. F. Mott. XXII: 2-32.

Anderson, Alan Stewart '26, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 43.

Anderson, Armen D. Jr. '31, death notice, Summer 1996, p. 87.

Anderson, Charles William III '40, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 49.

Anderson, David William '50, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 93.

Anderson, Duncan Maxwell '77, letter from, Winter 1996, p. 40.

Anderson, Floyd Eugene '13, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 67.

Anderson, Franklin Pierce '28, obituary, December '79, p. 69.

Anderson, G. Ernest. Education and the Computer Revolution. XVIII: 3-24.

Anderson, James H. '85, book received, Summer 1999, p. 42.

Anderson, Robert Elmer '35, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 46.

Anderson, Robert Orville, honorary degree citation, Summer '77, p. 8.

Anderson, Terence '43, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 118.

Anderson, Wallace Witwer obituary, Fall '78, p. 65.

Andover, Symbol of New England. Claude M. Fuess. (H. W. H.) XIII: 1-25.

Andover: Symbol of New England. Claude M. Fuess. XII: 4-26

Andrews, Carl Willis Jr. '43, obituary, Winter '80, p. 95.

Andrews, Edmund Lathrop '50, obituary, Winter '80, p. 96.

Andrews, Edward Courtney '26, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 47.

Andrews, Edward D. The People Called Shakers. VI: 2-19.

Andrews, Hugh March '20, obituary, Summer 1985, p. 30.

Andrews, John Thayer '27, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 31.

Andrews, Joseph Lyon Jr., M.D. '59, letter from, Summer 1997, p. 47.
      Letter from, Spring 1998, p. 38.
      Book received, Winter 1999, p. 40.
      Book received, Winter 2003, p. 35.

Andrews, Paul Jacob '38, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 83.

Andrews, Peter, misspelled Jeffery, Winter '81, p. 12.

Andrews, Sewall Dubois Jr. '32, obituary, Winter 1998, p. 68.

Andrews, Sidney Warren' 22. Obituary XXVIII: 3-85.

Andrews, Stephen, athletic trainer in Health Services, Summer '81, p. 13.

Andrews, William D. Alumni trustee nominee. XVIII: 4-15.

Andrews, William Dorey '52 honorary citation, Summer '77, p. 9.

Angelides, Alexander C. '56, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 109.

Angell, Albert D. Jr. '29. Obituary XXVII: 1-59.

Angiolillo, Bruce D. '74, awarded Medal for Eminent Service, Summer 1996, p. 5.

Angleman, Douglas Mowbray '29, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 51.

Angleman, Sydney W. Co-editor. (The College Quad.) IV: 19

Anker, Frank L. M.D. '35, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 90.

Anne and the Sand Dobbies. John B. Coburn. XVII: 2-39.

Annett, Joan '70. Coeducation--A Feminine View. XXII: 3-3.

Anniversary album, Spring 1996, p. 4.

Annual Fund Class Cup Awards 1995-1996, Fall 1996.
      Summer 1997, back section.
      Summer 2000, p. 93.
      Summer 2001, p. 106.

Annuities and Life Insurance Booklet. Walter S. Orr. IX: 4-23.

Another Sesquicentennial: The Charter. XXVII: 3-4.

Anrag, Gregory R., honorary degree citation, Summer '78, p. 16.

Ansbacher, Barbara, book review by, Summer '78, p. 37.

Ansell, Jonah '03, letter from, Winter 2003, p. 40.

Antarctica in the International Geophysical Year. Leslie Lincoln Taylor, Jr. X: 3-7.

Anthony, Henry Franklin '17, obituary, Winter '78, p. 85.

Anthony, Henry, Distinguished Service Award, Fall '81, p. 6.

Anthony, Ralph Sayles '20, obituary, Winter '78, p. 85.

Anthony, Robert Olney '26, received honorary degree at Commencement,  Summer 1976, p. 6.
      death notice, Winter 1998, p. 67.
      re The Lippmann Archives. XXVII: 3-14.
      Lippman Compiler. XII: 4-16

Anti-Semitism in Modern France: The Prologue to the Dreyfus Affair. (Robert F. Byrnes.) III: 202

Antitrust, colleges face investigation, Fall 1989, p. 2.

Aplington, Henry Webster Jr. '30, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 91.

Apology Both Ways, An. Richard Aldridge. (Benjamin DeMott) X: 4-20.

Appalachian Volunteers. (Summer 1966) Peter J. Dodge. XIX: 3-10.

Appearance of Justice, The. John P. MacKenzie. XXVII: 2-24.

Applefield, David '78, books are reviewed, Fall 2000, p. 39.

Applegate, Matthew M. '45, notice of death, Spring 2000, p. 79.

Appleton Hall, becomes a dormitory, Summer 1999, p. 3.

Application to Amherst, increases slightly over last year, Spring 1990, p. 4.

Applications, all-time record number, Spring 1994, p. 11.

Applications, record year for, Spring 1997, p. 2.

Approaches to American Economic History. Coeditor, George Rogers Taylor. XXIV: 2-31

Appy, Christian G. '77, book received, Summer 1994, p. 45.
      Book received, Summer 2000, p. 41.
      Book received, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 42.

Arab, the Koran, and the Ring, The. Olds, George D. Jr. XXVI: 2-6.

Arbab, Farzam '64, article on, Spring 1997, p. 22.
      awarded honorary degree, Fall 1989, p. 5.

Arbitration: Precepts and Principles. Cameron K. Wehringer. XXI: 4-29.

Arbo, Rani '90, music CD is reviewed, Winter 2004, p. 36.

Archambault, Paul J. If Montcalm Had Won at Quebec. XVII: 4-10.

Archambeau, Niki '87, article on Senior Honors project, Fall 1989, p. 13.

Archer, Edward I. '30, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 46.

Architecture at Amherst. IX: 4-34.
      A Defense. Letters. Francis B. Randall. IX: 2-27
      Further Comment on. Letters. Frederick T. Nugent. Roger B. Bond. IX: 1-32.
      Letters. Louis P. Dolbeare. IX: 3-35.

Archives, article on, Winter 1986, p. 18.

Are We Slaves of Some Defunct Economist? Dexter M. Keezer, with a Foreword by Ordway Tead. XVI: 3-31.

Arena, John A. '83, one-year fellowship, Summer '83, p. 19.
      Hockey Coach. Spring 1984, p. 62.

Argiros, Eugene '79. Commencement, Summer '79, p. 10.

Aries, Elizabeth J., included in article on gender differences, Winter 1994, p. 20.
      book is reviewed, Winter 1997, p. 36.

Arizona Tribute to Lewis H. Douglas. VI: 3-3.

Arkes, Hadley P., book listed, Spring 1987, p. 24.
      Named the Edward N. Ney Professor in American Institutions, Fall 1987, p.8.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1987, p. 31.
      Book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 26.
      Article on Ross Perot appeared in the National Review, Fall 1993, p. 9.
      paragraph on his recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 7.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1996, p. 35.
      News of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 5.
      Delivered opening lecture of the Jacques Maritain-United Nations Lecture Series on the Natural Law, Fall 1998, p. 9.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 9.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 6.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 5.
      Interviewed in Newsweek, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 4.
      promoted to full professor, Spring 1977, p. 5.
      Houston Forum, June '80, p. 6.
      Book is reviewed, Spring '82, p. 18.
      Bureaucracy, the Marshall Plan, and the National Interest. XXV: 4-20.

Arkin, Elliott '83, art show, (photograph of), Spring '82, p. 12-13.

Arkin, Stephen '63, book he edited is reviewed, Spring 1987, p. 23.

Armacost, David L., Professor of Mathematics, Summer '80, p. 8.

Armistead, John Irving '41, obituary, Winter '82, p. 71.

Armory Show in Retrospect, The 1913. IX: 4-2.

Armory Show of 1913. X: 3-20.

 Arms Music Center, dedication of, Summer 1997, p. 11.

Arms, Richard G. '39, letter from, re: new name for Boltwood House, Winter 1984, p. 35.

Armstrong, George Northrup '30, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 62.

Armstrong, John H., Tragic death of XII: 3-13

Armstrong, Jolm F. '36, notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.

Arnao, Charles Clemente, Jr. '44, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 39.

Arndt, Robert E. S., and Others. Engineering Manpower: How to Improve Its Productivity. X: 4-20.

Arndt, Robert E.s. '52, obituary, Summer 19951 p. 77.

Arnold, Howard W. '50, obituary, Winter '79, p. 91.

Arnold, Matthew. Essays, Letters and Reviews. Collected and Edited by Fraser Neiman. XIII: 1-25.

Arnold, Wilbur Fuller '35, obituary, Summer '78, p. 70.

Aronchick, Michael Peter '56, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 35.

Arons, Arnold B. Receives Distinguished Service Medal from the American Association of Physics Teachers. XVI: 4-28.
      Recommended Reading in Science. VIII: 1-30.
      Science 1 - 2. A Course, and a Man, in a Book. XVIII: 4-6.
      Winner of Guggenheim Fellowship. X: 1-27.
      and Boak, Alfred M., editors. Science and Ideas: Selected Readings. XVII: 1-44.
      returns for Reunion Weekend, Summer 1994, p. 11.
      article about, Summer '78, p. 3-5.
      Letter by, Winter '79, p. 29.
      Reunion Weekend, Summer '81, p. 5.
      letter from, Spring 1987, p. 28.

Aronson, Hillard J. '48, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 97.

Aronson, Jolm Ferguson '50, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 83.

Art Committee Appointed. VIII: 3-24.

Art Exhibit. X: 4-2.

Art of Teaching, The. J. Seelye Bixler. XIX: 2-2.

Art, collectors' exhibit planned, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 6.
      Committee of alumni planning exhibition of museum-quality art collected by Amherst graduates, Spring 1984, p. 61.

Arter, Charles Kingsley III '68, obituary, Winter 1977, p. 84.

Arter, Charles Kingsley Jr. '36, obituary, Spring 1990, p. 48.

Arthur, James B. McKee Jr. '37, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 84.
      Obituary, Fall 1998, p. 65.

Arts, The. Active season for the performing arts. XVII: 3-30.

As Up They Grew. Herbert R. Coursen, Jr. Editor. XXVI: 2-24.

Asche, Frederic Bermingham '27, obituary, Winter 1977, p. 81.

Ash, Mitchell G. '70, letter from, Winter 1991-92, p. 30.

Ashe, Arthur Jr., awarded honorary degree, Summer 1993, p. 8.

Asian languages and civilizations department, receives Shoyu grant, Summer 1992, p. 7.

Asian Studies, Association for, Fall '77, p. 18.

Ask Not What Amherst Can Do for You. Calvin Plimpton. XXIII: 2-2.

Assembly. Objections to compulsory daily attendance. XIX: 2-25.

Assignment: Khartoum. Albert E. Lumley. XIV: 3-13.

Assignment: Near East. (James Batal) III: 21

Associates of the Fine Arts, report on, Summer 1996, p. 95.

Association of American Medical Colleges. Amherst ranks fourth in proportion of applicants accepted. XX: 2-30.

Associations. IX: 1-37, 2-31, 71, 3-34, 4-39;
      X: 1-34, 2-29, 3-33, 4-20.
      XI: 1-28, 2-31, 3-32, 4-30;
      XII: 1-28, 2-22, 2-48, 3-30, 4-27
      XV: 1-50; 2-38, 72; 3-33; 4-49;
      XVI: 1-50; 2-33, 3-33, 36, 4-52.
      XVII: 1-45, 2-45, 3-42, 4-49;
      XVIII: 1-44, 2-50, 3-49, 4-31,49.
      XIX: 1-43, 3-43, 3-41, 4-51;
      XX: 1-34, 2-48, 3-50, 4-44.
      XXI: 1-37, 2-42, 3-52, 4-51.
      XXII: 1-48, 2-44, 3-43, 4-37.
      XXV: 1-27, 2-28, 3-28, 4-46.
      XXVI: 1-29, 2-26, 3-31, 4-33.
      XXVII: 1-27, 2-27, 3-63, 4-33;
      XXVIII: 1-31, 2-33, 3-57, 4-33.

Assumes D.A. Duties. Reprint of article on Leonard P. Hoore from N.Y. World Telegram and Sun. VI: 2-11.

Astier, Pierre Arthur Georges '50, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 68.

Astronauts. First Amherst alumnus to become astronaut - Robert A. R. Parker. XX: 2-27.

Astronomer without a Telescope. Andrew DeToma. XXVI: 3-23.

Astronomy Department. Robert W. Koch named coordinator of three-year international observation program. XVII: 4-22.

Astronomy Grant. III: 14

Atchley, Dana W. Physician. XIV: 2-26.

Athanson, George Arthur '50, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 86.

Athens of Our Time, The. Will Russia or the United States Earn the Title? Adlai Stevenson. XIV: 1-2.

Atherton, John W. '39, letter from, Summer 1987, p. 33.
      A Higher Level of Dullness? XVI: 1-7.
      President, Pitzer College. XVI: 1-24.
      obituary, Winter 2002, p. 98.

Athletic Department. New complex of athletic fields. XVIII: 2-28.

Athletics at a Small College. XI: 3-5

Athletics -Outside sports writers. XI: 3-6, 7

Athletics, cost-saving measures in, Summer 1991, p. 8.
      presidents of colleges in NESCAC plan to minimize effect of post-season play on member schools, Summer 1998, p. 8.
      Renovations and improvements of buildings, Winter 1998, p. 2.
      Faculty speak out on not allowing athletic ability to influence admissions policy and decision, Spring 2000, p. 5.
      Special Committee on the Place of Athletics at Amherst reports on, Summer 2002, p.2.

Athletics.
      I:12; II:16; II:18; II:facing 50; II:60; II:62; II:110; II:145; II:149; II:182; II:190; II:194; II:198
      III: 15; 16; 52; 62; 114; 156; 187; 200
      IV: 16; 48; 63; 116; 161; backing 193; 205
      V: 1-7, 17, back page; 2-60; 3-116, backcover; 4-153, back page;
      VI: 1-17, 2-18, 3-16, backcover; 4-20, 55.
      VII: 1-25, 2-21, 3-25, 4-22;
      VIII:1-26, 2-21, 3-25, 4-20.
      Report on Crew. VII: 1-10, 2-7.
      IX: 1-25, 64, 2-22, 72, 3-22, 64, 4-26, 67;
      X: 1-23, 65, 2-20, 71, 3-23, 4-16, back cover.
      Letter for a Fall Afternoon. X: 2-21.
      XI: 1-21, 2-19, 3-13, 4-24, 25;
      XII: 1-23, 2-18, 3-18, 4-20
      XIII: 1-22, inside back cover, back cover, 2-18, 3-27, back cover, 4-19, 76;
      XIV: 1-28, back cover, 2-25, back cover, 3-26, back cover, 4-23, 80.
      XV: 1-27, 84; 2-32, back cover; 3-10, 68; 4-22, 80;
      XVI: 1-26, inside back cover, 2-27, back cover, 3-21, 4-29, back cover.
      XVII: 1-39, 3-33, 3-18, 4-25;
      XVIII: 1-37, 2-30, 3-40, 4-22; also back cover of each issue.
      XIX: l-35,back cover, 2-33,back cover, 3-30,back cover, 4-22,back cover;
      XX: l-27,back cover, 2-45,back cover, 3-24, inside back cover, 4-33.
      XXI: 1-32, 2-26, 3-20, 4-21;
      XXII: 1-29, 2-29, 3-20, 4-21.
      Wrestling at Amherst. XXI: 4-4.
      XXIII: 1-30, 2-22, 3-32, 4-18.
      Doug Swift-Rookie Pro. XXIII: 2-23.
      Thirteen Named All-American XXIII: 2-24.
      Rick Murphy --No. 1 in New England 3-34.
      XXIV: 1-27, 2-27, 3-18, 4-21.
      XXV: 1-23, 2-22, 3-20, 4-17.
      XXVI: 1-24, 2-18, 3-25, 4-24.
      XXVII: 1-21, 2-21, 2-59, 2-Cover III, 3-28, 3-Cover IV, 4-26.
      XXVIII: l-2j, 2-27, 3-27, 4-26.

Atiyeh, Fred Elias '32, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 76.

Atkins, William Allen '30, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 72.

Atkinson, A. Thomas '18, obituary, Winter '82, p. 68.

Atkinson, Benjamin Peter '38, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 51.

Atkinson, Charles O. '66, book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.

Atkinson, Geoffroy. Les Idee de Balzac. II:21
      Buchenwald, 1945. II:104
      Les Idees de Balzac d'apres la Comedie Humaine. II:115
      (After Noon.) IV: 120
      Le Sentiment de la Nature et le Retour a la Vie Simple (1690-1740). XIII; 1-25.
      Obituary. XIII; 3-19.
      Retries. X: 1-27.
      The Sentimental Revolution. French Writers of 1690-1740. Abraham C. Kellar, editor. XIX: 2-40.

Atkinson, Marshall Buffington '32, obituary, Spring '81, p. 62.

Atkinson, Thomas Edmund '55, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 49.

Atlantic Crossings Before Columbus. Frederick J. Pohle (E. Dwight Salmon) XV: 2-36.

Atlantic Frontier, The: Colonial American Civilization (1607-1763). Louis B. Wright. Reissue. XII: 3­24

Atlantic Richfield Foundation, Summer '79, p. 18.

Atlas, David '66, letter by, Summer '79, p. 29.

Atlas, James Robert '56, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 68.

Atlas, Jay David '66, book received, Spring 1990, p. 30.

Atom Spies, The. Oliver Pilat. V: 1-19; 2-62.

Atomic Energy Commission. Neutron source made available to Chemistry Department. X: 2-18.

Attainment of Delacroix, The. Frank A. Trapp. XXIV: 2-31.

Attractive Universe: Gravity and the Shape of Space, The. E. G. Valens. XXII: 2­

Atwill, William Patterson Jr. '26, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 53.

Atwood, Albert William '03. Obituary XXVII: 4-23.
      (Gilbert Grosvenor’s Fifty Years.) II:4
      Foster Stearns. Obituary. IX: 2-15.
      Gallaudet College - Its First One Hundred Years. XVII: 3-33.

Atwood, Donald C. '42, notice of death, Spring 2003, p. 82.

Atwood, Harold S. Jr. '37, obituary, Winter '82, p. 71.

Atwood, James Foster '58, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 79.

Atwood, John L. '44, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 69.

Auerbach, Alison '96, letter from, Fall 1998, p. 41.

Auerbach, Jesse '62, book is reviewed, Spring '81, p. 30.

Auerbach, Sarah B. '96, article by, on student entrepreneurs, Fall 1994, p. 30.
      Article by, on women's ultimate frisbee team, Winter 1995, p. 38.
      Article by, on Amherst student fashion, Winter 1996, p. 25.
      Article by, on the Internet and Web, Spring 1996, p. 22.
      Book review by, Winter 1997, p. 38.
      article by on Joshua Distler's '93 trip to Greece, Summer 1993, p. 16.
      Article by, on the student weekend scene at the college, Fall 1993, p. 21.
      Article by, on computer networks, Winter 1994, p. 16.
      Article by, on room draw, Spring 1994, p. 28.

Auld, Wm. Thomas '31, notice of death, Summer 2000, p. 82.

Ault, Addison '55, book he co-authored is reviewed, Summer 1976, p. 31.
      book is reviewed, Winter '81, p. 30.

Austen, K. Frank M.D. '50, elected to Board of Trustees, Summer '81, p. 6.
      Book received, Winter '83, p. 22.
      Cited for Cancer Research. XXVIII: 3-24.
      gift from Humana Foundation honors, Fall 1994, p. 3.
      Awarded honorary degree, Summer 2000, p. 5.

Authors, Publishers and Politicians: The Quest for an Anglo-American Copyright Agreement, 1818-1854. James J. Barnes XXVII: 3-31

Auto Association. III:  14

Auw, Ivan von, Jr. '25, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 50.

Avery, Henry Lawrence '10, obituary, December '79, p. 65.

Avirett, William Goodwin. Obituary. XIV: 2-17.
      III: 7

Awarded grant from National Science Foundation, Summer 1992, p. 15.
      College receives grants from the National Science Foundation to support project directed by, Fall 1993, p. 10.

Awards, Fellowships etc. American Chemistry Award. George Scatchard and Paul Bartlett. VII: 1-11.
      National Fellowships. VII: 4-21; VIII: 1-21.
      Fulbright Awards. VIII: 1-23.
      Prix de Rome to Richard Wilbur. VII: 1-12.

Axis of Eros, The. Walter M. Spinke. XXVII: 4-30.

Ayella, Marybeth, Copeland Fellow, Spring 1985, p. 6.

Ayers, Allan Farrell, Jr. '30, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 36.

Babb, Lawrence A., appointed Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Humanities, Fall 1986, p. 6.
      Was at the Univ. of Rjasthan in India on a Fulbright Scholar Grant during the 1990-91 academic year, Fall 1991, p. 4.
      Professor of Anthropology, Summer '80, p. 8.
      Book review by, Summer '83, p. 69.

Babbott, David M. '51, received honorary degree, Summer 1981, p. 18.

Babbott, Frank L., Jr. Alaska – A Land of Contrasts. IX: 2-6.

Babbott, Frank Lusk '13. Obituary. XXIII: 1-15.

Babcock, Phil '50, reunion gift, Summer '80, p. 6.

Babcock, Ralph Burger '15, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 41.

Babcock, William Alson '40, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 48.

Babcock, Yilliam James '11, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 59.

Babeuf. Gracchus, The Defense of. John Anthony Scott, translator. XX: 3-34.

Bacchxlides: Complete Poems. Translated by Robert Fagles. (Edwin F. Dolin, Jr.) XIV: 4-25.

Bach, Carl H. "Bud" '50, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 56.

Back Where You Came From: One Life in the Death of the Empire. H. Bruce Franklin. XXVIII: 1-28.

Back-Country Burma. David E. Pfanner. VIII: 3-9.

Backgrounds of American Literary Thought. Rod W. Horton and Herbert H. Edwards. V: 3-119.

Backus, Wallace Truman '30, obituary, Spring '82, p. 60.

Bacon, Bruce '78, "An Amherst Theater in Vermont," December '79, p. 26.

Bacon, Howard Rogers '12, obituary, June '79, p. 59.

Bacon, Kenneth H. '66, new trustee, Fall 1986, p. 5.

Bacon, Robert Hume '41, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 51.

Bacon, Theodore S. Jr. '42, book review by, Fall '80, p. 28.
      Reply to photographic essay, "The New Town of Amherst”. Letters. XVIII: 3-48.
      Financial Aid. XI: 4-8

Baddock, Sheldon Stuart '58, obituary, Spring '82, p. 63.

Badenhop, Robert August '38, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 40.

Baer, Bernard Louis '17, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 51.

Bagg, Robert '57, poem by, Fall '78, p. 32.
      The Scrawny Sonnets and Other Narratives. XXVI: 1-27.
      Euripides Hippolytos. Translation. XXVI: 4-29.
      “Nostia” produced at Kirby Theater. X: 1-22.
      Prix de Rome. XI: 4-20
      Madonna of the Cello: Poems. XIII: 4-22.

Bailey, Albert Ware '18, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 42.

Bailey, Duane W. Co-author Linear Algebra. XXIII: 4-25.
      Summer '77, p. 3.
      Awarded grant, Spring ‘82, p. 2.

Bailey, F. E. Jr. '48, book he co-authored is reviewed, Summer 1976, p. 31.

Bailey, Frederick Eugene Jr. '48, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 59.

Bailey, John Milton '25, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 38.

Bailey, Yilson Shaw '24, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 69.

Baily, Harold J. '08. American Library Association's highest award for 1952, trustee citation of merit. V: 2-49.
      (Editor, Baird's Manual of American Colleges.) 1:17

Bain, George W. (The Story in Amherst's Scenery.) III: 146
      Constructs in miniature in old Pratt Pool. V: 4-157.
      Principles of Geology. XII: 1-26
      Retires. XIX: 1-30.
      obituary, Summer 1991, p. 4.
      retired alumni business volunteers, Spring 1977, p. 18.
      Interterm, Winter '78, p. 5.

Baird, George Toppan, Jr. '40, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 53.

Baird, Theodore, article on, Fall 1986, p. 16.
      at the White House, Summer '80, p. 8.
      IV: 194
      Retires. XXII: 1-20.

Baird's Manual of American Colleges. (Harold J. Baily, Editor.) 1:17

Bak, Anthony, article about, (photograph of he and his wife, p. 8), Winter '83, p. 11.

Baker, Albert P. '68, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 55.

Baker, Charles Reed '42, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 49.

Baker, George Orville '33, obituary, Spring 1988, p. 41.

Baker, Ingham Chamberlain '19, obituary, Fall 1985. p. 41.

Baker, Myers Elliot '17 Obituary XXVIII: 1-69.

Baker, Ray Stannard. The Story of David Grayson. Frank Prentice Rand. XVII: 2-38.

Baker, William Brooks '39, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 46.

Baker, William Dallas '37, obituary, p. 55.

Baldwin, C. Stephen '60, letter from, Summer 1992, p. 41.

Baldwin, Gordon '60, book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.

Baldwin, John, NYU's Glee Club, Winter '81, p. 7.

Baldwin, William Henry '28, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 59.

Bale, Frederick Sewall. Obituary. XX: 4-21.
      Sixty years as president of Class of 1906. XV: 2-47.

Ball, Philip H. '40. Obituary XXVII: 4-60.

Ball, R. Markham '56. Rhodes Scholar. VIII: 3-22.

Ball, Ralph Blackmarr '17, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 45.

Ball, William E. '44, article about, (photograph of, p. 11), Winter '83. p. 9.

Ballantine, David '32, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 52.

Ballantine, Duncan S. '34, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 61.
      named president of Reed College. V: 1-14.
      Named president of Robert College. VII: 4-4.

Ballantine, Joseph W. '09. Formosa, A Problem for United States Foreign Policy. V: 5-200.

Ballou, John Bartlett '49, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 39.

Ballou, Paul Holton '19, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 44.
      Obituary, Spring 1991, p. 45.

Balmos, Jim '50, letter from, Winter 1987, p. 41.

Balmuth, Jerome '50, letter from, Summer 1988, p. 29.
      Letter from, Spring 1992, p. 35.

Baltimore Orioles, The. Dealing to the Top. Harry I. Dalton. XVIII: 4-2.

Bancroft, Emory '35, obituary, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 51.

Bancroft, Peter. June in St. Augustine. (Accord and Dissent) XVII: 2-12.

Banda, Kalekeni, to coach soccer, Spring 1990, p. 28.

Banfield, Richard Sterling '15, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 46.

Bangser, Margaret A., coeducation, December '79, p. 9.
      Elected to the Board of Trustees, Fall 1984, p. 7-8.

Banta, Kenneth W. '79, Rhodes Scholarship, Winter '79, p. 14.
      "The Student Guide to Fellowships and Internships," Fall '80, p. 7.

Barale, Michele A., awarded a Trustee-Faculty Fellowship, Fall 1993, p. 9.

Barber, C. L. Humanities Research XII: 3-21
      See F. O. Matthiessen's The Achievement of T. S. Eliot. XI: 3-25
      Shakespeare's Festive Comedy: A Study of Dramatic Form and its Relation to Social Custom. XI: 4-29; XII: 1-27
      Leaves Amherst for Indiana University. XIV: 2-22.
      Wins George Jean Nathan Drama Criticism Award. XIV: 1-26.

Barber, Kenneth Warham '18, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 42.

Barbezat, Daniel P., research fellow of the German Marshall Fund, Fall 1991, p. 4.

Barbezat, Debra A., awarded Trustee Faculty Fellowship, Fall 1988, p. 12.
      Book review by, Winter 1988, p. 29.
      Appointed to Committee Z of the American Association of University Professors, Summer 1989, p. 5.

Bard, Albert S. '83. Protests trustee rulings on fraternity membership. V: 3-111.
      IX: 3-14.
      Obituary. XVI: 1-20.

Bargen, Doris. book review by, June '79, p. 31.

Barghoorn, Frederick Charles '34, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 54.
      (The Soviet Image of the United States.) III: 159
      Soviet Russian Nationalism. IX: 1-31.

Barit, Robert '39, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 51.

Barlow, Claude Willis ' 28. Obituary XXVIII: 4-59.

Barnes, Edward Larrabee, architect to design math-computer bldg., (photograph of, p. 3.), Fall '81, p. 2.
      Designing of bldg., Fall '82, p. 2.
      Awarded honorary degree, Fall 1984. p. 8-9.

Barnes, Ezra '84, included in article on Shakespeare play, Fall 1992, p. 19.

Barnes, Geoffrey '84, letter from, Fall 1989, p. 30.

Barnes, Harris Lincoln '34, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 47.

Barnes, Harry G. Jr. '49, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1984, p. 9-10.

Barnes, James J. '54, awarded honorary degree at The College of Yooster, Fall 1976, p. 9.
      book is received, Fall 1988, p. 35.
      Life at Oxford. VII: 4-10.
      Named Rhodes Scholar. VI: 3-13.
      Authors, Publishers and Politicians: The Quest for an Anglo-American Copyright Agreement, 1818-1854. XXVII: 3-31.
      Free Trade in Books: A Study of the London Book Trade Since 1800. XVI: 4-53.

Barnes, Lakenan '28, letter from, Fall 1976, p. 30.
      letter from, Fall '77, p. 31.
      letter from, Spring 1991, p. 39.

Barnes, Louis B. '50. Co-author Orientation and Conflict in Career. XXIII: 4-24.

Barnett, A. Doak. After Mao, What? (The Future of Sino-American Relations) XX: 4-3.

Barnett, Albert E. '52, book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.

Barnett, Harold J., and Morse, Chandler. Scarcity and Growth: The Economics of Natural Resource Availability. XV: 4-26.

Barnett, Walter Whitney '61, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 54.

Barone, Anthony '16, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 61.

Baroni, Delia H., college photographer, Spring '78, p. 6.

Barquinero, Thomas '79, moderator of debate on Mideast, Fall '82, p. 3-4.

Barr, Michael '28, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 48.

Barrett, Richard Adrian '30, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 43.

Barrett, Thomas Van Braam '30, obituary, June '79, p. 62.

Barrington, David A., awarded Churchill Scholarship, Spring '81, p. 31.

Barter, Judith A., book is published, Fall 1988, p. 12.

Barter, Judith, article published in Antiques Magazine, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 6.
      Article is published, Winter 1984, p. 23.
      Attended the Museum Management Institute, Fall 1985, p. 13.

Barth, Richard '64, book is reviewed, Summer '78, p. 38.
      Book is reviewed, Spring '81, p. 30.
      Book is reviewed, Winter '83, p. 21.

Bartholow, James Madison '44, obituary, Summer 1992, p. 52.

Bartlett, Alden Martin '20, obituary, Winter '79, p. 88.

Bartlett, Frank '24, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 49.

Bartlett, Paul D. '28. Honored XXVIII: 2-13.
      Chemistry Award. VII: 1-11.
      IV: 152

Barton, Bruce. Barton Dormitory at Deerfield Academy dedicated. XV: 3-27.
      Obituary. XX: 2-23.

Barton, Hubert Crampton, Jr. '32, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 33.

Barton, Paul Beach '22, obituary, Winter '81, p. 59.

Baseball, 1st place in the ECAC Division III Baseball Tournament, Spring '81, p. 23.

Baseball. All-time team XI: 4-24
      Centennial of XI: 2-3, 3-4; XII: 1-10
      One Hundred Years of XI: 2-2, 3-4

Basom, Jonas '93, included in article on MASSPIRG recycling program, Spring 1991, p. 7.

Basseches, Joshua T., awarded Watson Fellowship, Fall 1985, p. 9.

Bassett, Edwin Ralph '76, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 52.

Bassett, Preston R. '13, author of book, Winter 1977, p. 27.
      Book is reviewed, Winter '82, p. 24.
      obituary, Summer 1992, p. 14.
      Elected alumni Trustee. VII: 1-16.
      Speaker at Annual Meeting Society of the Alunmi. VI: 1-2.
      Gift of planetarium. XIII; 3-25.
      Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn dedicates The Preston R. Bassett Research Laboratory.  XIX:  1-26. 

Bastian, John F. '60, obituary. Winter 1984, p. 33.

Basu, Amrita, received grant for summer study, Fall 1990, p. 5.
      Book is published, Fall 1993, p. 9.

Basutoland, Bechuanaland Protectorate & Swaziland: Report of an Economic Survey Mission. Chandler Morse, chairman. XIII; 3-32.

Batal, James '25, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 30.
      The Liberation Association in Egypt. VII: 1-7.
      (Assignment: Near East.) III: 21

Bateson, Mary Catherine, Dean of the Faculty, (photograph of), June '80, p. 5.
      On leave first semester, Summer '83, p. 17.
      Resigns from faculty deanship, Spring 1983-84, p. 5.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1984, p. 29.
      guest speaker at conference, Fall 1986, p. 6.
      Received Guggenheim fellowship, Fall 1987, p. 5.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 1989, p. 27.

Battema, Doug '91, article by, on Amy Hooks '91, Winter 1990, p. 25.
      Wrote sports section (McKechnie's career), Summer 1992, p. 34.
      Wrote sports section (fall season), Fall 1992, p. 30.
      Article by, on baseball team spring training in Florida, Summer 1993, p. 28.
      Article by, on sports spring season and coaching changes, Summer 1993, p. 42.
      Book review by, Summer 1993, p. 45.

Batterson, John Peddie '35, obituary, Fall '78, p. 67.

Battle, Kathleen D., awarded honorary degree, Fall 1990, p. 4.

Bauer, Rudolph. II:109

Baumann, William McConnell '30, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 42.

Baver, William '54, poem by, Fall '78, p. 31.

Baxter, Richard Reeve, inauguration of JHG, December '79, p. 8.
      JHG's inaugural address, December '79, p. 16.
      Honorary degree citation, Summer '80, p. 10.

Baxter, William H. III '70. Alumni Response to Campus Activities. XXIII: 2-5.

Bayer, Walter ’19, obituary, Spring '83, p. 47.

Bayne, Stephen Fielding, Jr. '28. Obituary. XXVI: 4-22.
      In the Sight of the Lord. X: 4-20.
      XII: 1-18

Beach Glass. poetry anthology. editor Paul Molloy. XXIII: 3-26.

Beals, Ralph E., serving as acting dean of the faculty, Winter 1988, p. 8.
      To serve as acting president during Pouncey's leave, Fall 1990, p. 2.
      Clarence Francis Professor, June '80, p. 8.

Beaman, Ralph Heckman '10. Obituary XXVIII: 2-59.

Bearg, Philip Arnold '33, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 36.

Beattie, Chester S., Jr. '78, book review by, Summer 1985, p. 25-28.

Beatty, C. Francis '12, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 60.

Beatty, Robert Loring '45, obituary, Winter '81, p. 63.

Beaudry, John E. '33, obituary, Spring '78, p. 62.

Beck, Frederic Alan '46, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 47.

Becker, Bruce '80, included in article New York Cares, Winter 1989, p. 12.

Becker, Gordon Lyon '37, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 65.
      letter from, Summer '81, p. 31-32.

Becker, John Harrison Jr. '40, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 48.

Becker, Lawrence W. '63, alumni report on admission, Fall '80 p. 12.

Beckford, Fred Alexander Jr. '32, obituary, Winter '81, p. 61.

Beckner, Golden B. Jr. '79, fellowship, Summer '79, p. 16.
      Article by, "An Amherst Theater in Vermont," December '79, p. 26.

Beckwith, Carl Curtis '31, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 43.

Beckwith, Carleton Burwell 'II. obituary, Spring 1977, p. 59.

Bedford, Frederick H. Jr. II:188

Bedford, Frederick Thomas. Obituary. XVI: 1-20.

Bedford, Henry F. '52, book by, Spring 1991, p. 34.
      Dean of Admission, (photograph of), Summer '82, p. 2.
      Co-authored textbook, Fall 1985, p. 13.

Beebe, Jane A., named music librarian, Summer 1993, p. 13.

Beebe, Ralph A.  Retires.  XIX:  1-30. 
      symposium honors, Summer '78, p. 13.
      Obituary, December '79, p. 35.
      Comments about, June '80, p. 37.

Beebe, William Hewlett ' 32. Obituary XXVII: 4-59.

Beecher, Henry Ward, Class of 1834, Spring '81, p. 1, cover of magazine, p. 13.

Beekman, Very Reverend Frederick Warren. Obituary. XVII: 1-29.

Beer, Brian '60. Report as Alumni Fellow. XXIII: 3-13.

Beethoven Concert. II:143

Beginning, A -Poems. William Burford. XIX: 2-43.

Beginnings of a Century of Steam and Water Heating by the H. B. Smith Company, The. Susan Reed Stifler. (George Rogers Taylor) XV: 3-33.

Behnke, Michael C. '65. Named director of admissions at Tufts XXVIII: 4-3.
      Coordinating tutoring program in Springfield. XVII: 1-34.

Behrendt, Douglas M. '59. Co-author Patient Care in Cardiac Surgery. XXV: 2-26.

Being Human. Philip Thatcher. XXIV: 4-24.

Beinhorn, Alston '73, co-founder of a journal of the arts and politics, Fall 1976, p. 29.

Beirut, Amherst in.  XIX:  2-21. 

Beitzel, George B. '50, "A word of thanks," Fall 1986, p. 26.
      Awarded honorary degree, Fall 1987, p. 6.
      biography, (photograph of), June '80, p. 12.
      Elected Chairman of Trustees, Summer '80, p. 2.
      Campaign for Amherst dinner, (photograph of), Fall '80, p. 2.
      Photograph of with honorary degree recipients, Summer '81, p. 19.
      Trustees meeting in L.A., (photograph of with wife), Winter '82, p. 4.
      National Alumni Weekend, Fall '82, p. 6.
      Memorial Service for JHG, Winter '83, p. 2.
      Inauguration of Peter R. Pouncey, Winter 1984, p. 2-4.
      Alumni trustee nominee. XVIII: 4-15.
      Elected alumni trustee.  XIX:  1-28. 

Belden, Donald L. '29. The Role of the Buyer in Mass Merchandising. XXIV: 4-23.

Belknap, Robert L., Fall '77, p. 15.

Bell for Dwight Chapel, A. Samuel R. Williams. VII: 2-14.

Bell Herman Fiske. Retail Merchandise Accounting. Second Edition. IX: 3-29.
      Current Problems in Religion. IX: 4-33.

Bell, Hubert Waldo '51, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 54.

Bell, John Atherton '31, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 46.

Bell, John Melville '20, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 49.

Bell, John, included in article on quantum mechanics workshop, Winter 1990, p. 18.

Bellin, Howard M.D. '57, book is reviewed, Winter '82, p. 26.

Bellis, Peter J. '77, book by, Spring 1991, p. 36.

Bellow, Saul, GTE Foundation lecturer, Winter 1987, p. 2.

Bellows, George. George Bellows, Painter of America. Charles H. Morgan. XIX: 1-39.

Bell's Landing. Gerald Warner Brace. VIII: 3-31.

Belt, Edward S., Summer '77, p. 3.
      Professorship, Spring '78, p. 7.
      Began work on a research project, Fall 1985, p. 23.
      received grant, Fall 1986, p. 6.
      Ship model built by, Summer 1988, p. 18.
      Participated in First Keck Research Symposium in Geology and delivered a paper, Fall 1988, p. 12.
      Awarded grant from the Keck Geology Consortium,Summer 1992, p. 15.

Bemis, Ralph Albion '26, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 61.

Bender, Charles Christian '32, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 71.

Bendickson, Perry E. III '78, Fulbright-Hays Fellowship, Spring '78, p. 10.

Benedict, G. Grenville. Independent School Viewpoint. XI: 4-13

Benedict, John Coleman '46, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 62.

Benedict, Richard Austin '39, obituary, Summer 1985, p. 32.

Benedict, Walter Schellenberg '26, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 43.

Benedum, Claude Worthington, Summer '79, p. 18.

Bengal: The Nationalist Movement, 1876-1940. Leonard A. Gordon. XXVI: 4-30.

Benitez-Rojo, Antonio, awarded fellowship by Brown University's John Carter Brown Library, Fall 1988, p. 12.
      Article on, by Terry Y. Allen, Fall 1988, p. 14.

Benjamin Henry Latrobe. Talbot Hamlin. VIII: 3-30.

Benke, Michael C. '65. Explaining a Smile. XXIII: 4-5.

Bennet, Augustus Witschief '18, obituary, Fall/Winter, 1983-84, p. 48.

Bennet, James Edward Jr. '26, obituary, Summer '79, p. 85.

Bennett, Brainard Talbot '34, obituary, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 51.

Bennett, Derickson W. '52. Six Canoeists in Search of Queens. XXIV: 3-6.
      The Life of a Navy Frogman. IX: 1-10.
      book is reviewed, December '79, p. 3.
      Book is reviewed, Winter '82, p. 26.

Bennett, Howard F. Precision Power. XII: 3-23

Bennett, Sidney Royal '09. Obituary XXVIII: 2-59.

Bennett, William Albert '34, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 50.

Bennett, William Otis '30, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 54.

Benneyan, George. Coordinator of Our Land, Our People. XI: 4-27

Benneyan, Robert Noel '54, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 58.

Benson, Bruce B. '43, Receives National Science Foundation grant. XVI: 4-26.
      research grant, June '80, p. 8.
      received research grant, Summer 1976, p. 20.
      obituary, Spring 1990, p. 5.
      Obituary, Winter 1990, p. 46.

Benson, Gary '64. Executes Sesquicentennial Flag. Cover XXIV: 3.
      Services as vexillographer useful at UCLA. Terras Irradient. XX: 1-inside front cover.

Benson, Lucy Wilson, appointed by Carter, Winter 1977, p. 18.

Benson, Milton Louis '31, obituary, Winter '81, p. 61.

Bent, Bruce D., honored for service, December '79, p. 14.

Bentley, Raymond Palm '18, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 45.

Benton, Everett, Chesley '27, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 53.

Benzodiazepines in Clinical Practice. David J. Greenblatt (and Richard I. Shader). XXVII: 2-26.

Bequests and Gifts. 1927 Memorial Fund; Hugh H. C. Weed for Eastman Foundation. V: 1-5.
      Crosby Memorial Foundation. V: 5-186.
      1928 Memorial Gift. VI: 1-4.
      Anonymous $33,000. VI: 1-5.
      Industrial Gifts. VI: 4-14.
      VIII: 3-21.
      Augustus Dillon '06. A Living Trust. VIII: 2-15.
      Faculty apartments by Charles E. Merrill. VIII: 3-12.
      George F. B. Smith Life Insurance Policy. VIII: 2-15
      Grants and Awards. VII: 2-18; 1-22; 3-10. 11. VIII: 1-21
      Hubshman Fund. VIII: 4-19.
      Lindbergh portraits a gift. VII: 1-23.
      Morrow collection. VIII: 1-24.
      Sky Atlas. Gift of National Geographic. VIII: 3-7.
      Portrait of Jimmy Hamilton. VIII: 1-14.

Bequests, Turner. IV: 14

Bequests. Fourteen bequests totalling more than eight hundred thousand dollars. XIX: 1-32.

Berek, Peter '61, book review by, Winter 1985, p. 29.

Berenberg, Samuel Richter '31, obituary, Fall '82, p. 71.

Bergeron, Albert P. (Passport Through the Iron Curtain.) III: 192

Bergey's Manual of Determinative Bacteriology. (Robert S. Breed, E. G. D. Murray and A. Parker Hitchens.) II:114

Bergin, John F. Amherst Men Paste Good! IX: 4-14.

Berglund, Catherine J. '93, included in article on workshop at the Children's Museum of Holyoke, Spring 1993, p. 6.

Bergquist, Harold Edward Jr. '51, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 58.

Bergren, Richard V. The Prophets and the Law. XXVII: 4-30.
      Obituary XXVII: 4-61.

Bermuda Race, The 1954. Daniel D. Strohmeier. VII: 3-12.

Bernstein, Douglas '80, "An Amherst Theater in Vermont," December '79, p. 26.
      Commencement speaker, Summer '80, p. 3.

Bernstein, Richard B. '77, book is reviewed, Summer 1993, p. 43.
      Class Day talks, Summer '77, p. 21.

Berry, George Packer. Medicine and Education. XIII; 3-12.

Berry, George Thomas, Jr. '75, obituary, Summer 1992, p. 54.

Berry, Robert Urmstrom '25, obituary, Fall '81, p. 69.

Berryman, John Robert '37, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 56.

Berte, Gary L., new director of public safety, Fall 1990, p. 2.

Bertier, Guillaume de, grant, Summer '77, p. 24.

Bertrand, Daniel J. '23, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 40.

Bespaloff, Alexis '55. The Signet Book of Wine. XXIV: 1-29.

Best Player I Ever Coached, The. D. O. (Tuss) McLaughry. (article and photo of Charles Drew). V: 4-146

Best, John Keltz '37. Obituary XXVIII: 3-87

Better Chance, A. Stephen C. Coy. (Accord and Dissent) XVII: 2-9.

Between Dawn and Dark. Frederick Ward Kates. X: 4-20.

Between Wind and Water. Gerald Warner Brace. XXI: 2-23.

Beveridge, Oscar M. Financial Public Relations: Tested Techniques for Communicating with Financial Publics. XVII: 3-34.

Beyer, Emil H. '14. Obituary XXVII: 3-88.

Beyond Concord: Selected Writings of David Atwood Wasson. Charles H. Foster, editor. (Allen Guttmann) XVIII: 3-45.

Beyond the Either-Or Church. Alfred C. Krass. XXVI: 4-29.

Bezucha, Robert J., book review by, Summer 1986, p. 36.
      Received Guggenheim fellowship, Fall 1987, p. 6.
      Interview with, on funding for public higher education in Massachusetts, Spring 1990, p. 14.
      Included in article on Aids Seminar, Winter 1991-92, p. 18.
      delivered address at the N.Y. State Association of European Historians. Fall 1985, p. 12.

Bibliography of the Don Juan Theme: Version and Criticism, A. Aruland Edwards Singer VII: 1-29.

Bicentennial, Town of Amherst. XI: 4-23; XII: 1-21, 3-2
      Address. XII: 3-4
      Exhibits at Mead. XII: 3-inside cover

Bickman, Martin '67, book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.

Bicknell, Alvin Otis '43, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 50.

Biddle, Elizabeth '82, fraternities, June '80, p. 4.

Big Red Schoolhouse, The. Fred M. Hechinger. (H.W.H.) XI: 4-29

Bigelow, Donald N. '39, editor of book, Winter 1977, p. 28.
      The Liberal Arts and Teacher Education: A Confrontation. XXIV: 2-29.
      William Conant Church and the Army and Navy Journal. V: 3-119.
      Leads seminar. V: 5-191.

Bigelow, William P. IX: 3-8.

Bill, Herbert Edward '31, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 47.
      Obituary, Winter 1994, p. 63.

Billings, Dwight Brinkerhof '18, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 51.

Billings, F. Tremaine, Jr., letter from, Winter 1993, p. 39.

Billings, Osmond Jesse '00, obituary, Fall '78, p. 63.

Bingham, Millicent Todd. Emily Dickinson's Home: Letters of Edward Dickinson and His Family. VIII: 3-33.
      Emily Dickinson: A Revelation. VII: 3-31.
      Obituary. XXI: 3-30.
      Emily Dickinson material presented to Amherst. IX: 1-22; X. 2-2, 3-20.
      Presents Mabel Loomis Todd Forest to College. XIV: 1-11.
      Presents Maine island to National Audubon Society. XIII: 2-16.

Bingham, Robert E. '40, Summer '78, p. 14.

Biographical record, new volume in progress, Fall 1992, p. 6.
      III: 58
      To be published in May. XV: 4-17.

Biologist Visits the U.S.S.R., A. Harold H. Plough. XI: 2-8

Biology Building Addition. XI: 3-22

Biology Department. New program. XVII: 1-30.

Biology, molecular, inaugural remarks on by JHG, December '79, p. 3.
      Amherst College Alumni Symposium on, Summer 1985, p. 20-21.

Biology. Rockefeller Frant. IX: 2-19.
      Visiting Scientists. III: 64

Biomedical studies, grant from the Howard Hughes Foundation, Spring 1990, p. 5.

Birch, Foster Frank III '32, obituary, June '79, p. 62.

Birdseye, Clarence, note on, Summer 1992, p. 6.
      Obituary. IX: 2-3.

Birge, Stanley Julius '08, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 41.

Birmingham, James Bishop, Jr. '39, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 38.

Birnbaum, Norman, Fall '77, p. 19.
      Letter by, December '79, p. 34.
      Letter by, Winter '80, p. 26.
      editor Sociology and Religion, A Book of Readings. XXII: 2-36

Birney, Robert C. Ten-Year View of the Class of 1959. XX: 2-8.
      The Undergraduate: A New Yardstick. XIV: 2-2.

Birrell, Stephen R., director of development, Winter 1991-92, p. 5.

Birtwistle, Michael, changes in theater program, Summer 1985, p. 7.

Bisbee, Joseph Bartlett '10. Obituary XXVIII: 1-68.

Bischoff, Carl A. Jr. '45, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 53.

Bishop, Allan Chapman '40, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 49.

Bishop, James, Dean of Students, Summer '78, p. 12.
      Student demonstration, June '79, p. 6.
      Leaving the college, Spring '83, p. 3-4.

Bishop, Maitland Lathrop '01, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 42.
      Amherst's oldest living alumnus, (photograph of), Fall '80, p. 34.

Bishop, Merrill '04, obituary, Summer '78, p. 67.
      (Time is Naught.) III: 119

Bisiewicz, Alan W. '73, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 105.

Bissell, John Daniel '49, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 99.

Bittermann, Henry John '25, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 41.

Bixby, Harold '13, article on, Spring 1977, p. 30.
      50th anniversary of the Lindbergh flight, Summer 1977, p. 18.

Bixby, Harold M. Obituary. XVIII: 3-31.

Bixby, Ralph Foster '21, obituary, Winter '78, p. 86.

Bixler Art and Music Center at Colby. XII: 3-13

Bixler, David Daniel '18, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 41.

Bixler, Herbert Edwards '32, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 69.
      Reunion Weekend, Summer '82, p. 6.
      Book is received, Winter '83, p. 22.
      Book is reviewed, Summer '83, p. 69.

Bixler, J. Seelye '16. Alexander Meiklejohn and the Making of the Amherst Mind. XXV : 4-1.
      A Venture of Faith. V: 3-104 (article on moving Colby College campus).
      The Alumnus and His College. XVI: 3-8.
      The Art of Teaching. XIX: 2-2.
      Named honorary life member of board of trustees of Colby College. XX: 1-22.
      The Salzburg Seminars. XIII: 2-11.
      article on his death, Summer 1985, p. 3-4.
      A Faith That Fulfills. IV: 65
      Education For Adversity. IV: 165
      Trustee. IV: 198

Bixler, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. '32, Amherst Life Income Gifts ad, Spring 1994.

Black Alumni Weekend, Spring 1992, p. 3.
      Spring 2000, p. 2.

Black and White in the Valley. Bonnie Barrett Stretch. XXIII: 4-33.

Black Capitalism: Strategy for Business in the Ghetto. Theodore L. Cross XXII: 3-25.

Black Concerns XXI: 1-16, 19; Special Issue: 4; XXII: 2-8, 4-11.
      Black Student Booklet. XXI: 2-17.
      Black and White Action Committee Recommendations. XXI: 1-19.
      Moratorium declared. XXI: 4-1.
      Black Studies program. XXI: 4-12.
      Moratorium II -Black Moratorium. Special Issue: 4
      Black Power Student Power. XXII: 2-8.
      Black Occupation. XXII: 4-11.

Black Men of Amherst. Harold Wade, Jr. XXVIII: 4-31.

Black Power Student Power. Hugh B. Price. XXII: 2-8.

Black Student and the Admission Offiee, The. Frank J. Greve. XX: 4-10.

Black Student Union, The, student demonstration, June '79, p. 6.
      Black Alumni Weekend, Winter '81, p. 3.

Black students, demonstrate in observance of Black Student Action Day, Summer 1989, p. 4.

Black Tuesday, no coffee for a day as part of Andrew Epstein's art project, Summer 2001, p. 3.

Black Way of Life: An Anthropologist's Approach, The. Johnnetta B. Cole. XXIII:4-1:

Black, Alan Russell '57, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 91.

Black, Craig Call '54, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 82.

Black, David '67, article on, Spring 1995, p. 10.
      book is reviewed, Summer '82, p. 28.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1985, p. 26.
      book listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.

Black, Frank Albert '25, obituary, Summer '79, p. 84.

Black, Robert Caldwell '42, obituary, Spring 1990, p. 50.

Black, Robert Lovell '21, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 59.

Blackburn, David W. '53, director of alumni and parent programs, Winter 1987, p. 5.

Blackburn, James C. '56, book review by, Spring 1998, p. 34.
      Book review by, Winter 2001, p. 36.
      book review by, Summer 1988, p. 26.

Blackburn, Thomas F. '54. Named Rhodes Scholar. VI: 3-13.

Blackburn, Thomas. H. '54. Life at Oxford. VII: 4-11.

Blackwell, David, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1988, p. 6.

Blair, Colin '67, Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Fall 2002, inside back cover.

Blair, Donald James '45, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 52.

Blair, Jim '45, letter from, Summer 1988, p. 28.

Blair, Lawrence Kendrick '25, obituary, Spring 1988, p. 40.

Blair, Roy Richardson '18, obituary, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 48.

Blaise Pascal: The Genius of His Thought. Roger Hazelton. XXVIII: 1-28.

Blake, Clinton Hamlin III '42, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 82.
      Our Summer Snows. XXIII: 3-36.

Blakeslee, Robert N. '46, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 50.

Blakesley, Robert Ira '29, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 68.

Blanc, Richard '35, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 37.

Blanchard, Alden H. '09, obituary, Fall '82, p. 70.

Blanchard, Cecil '08, reunion, Summer '78, p. 8.

Blanchard, Dean '16, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 49.

Blanchard, Edward '25, obituary, Spring '82, p. 58.

Blanchard, Harry James '30, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 51.

Blanchard, Helen W. Retirement ceremony. XV: 1-16.

Blanchard, Oscar Knowles '28, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 50.

Blanchette, Paul, Chief of Services (custodial), Summer '81, p. 13.

Bland, Chester Brinley '38, obituary, Fall 1998, p. 66.

Blankenship, Robert E., received grant, June '80, p. 8.
      Received three grants, Spring '82, p. 2-3.
      Received two research grants, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 6.
      Received grant, Winter 1984, p. 23.

Blanton, Forest Williams '21, obituary, Fall '77, p. 60.

Blanton, Frederick M. '51, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 107.

Blatchford, Nathaniel Hopkins '06, obituary, Winter '78, p. 84.

Blatchford, Thomas R. '46, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 49.

Blauvelt, Eugene Field '27, obituary, June '79, p. 61.

Blayney, John M. Jr. '31. Obituary XXVII: 1-60.

Blight, David W., appeared on the A&E network in an interview, Fall 1994, p. 6.
      Paragraph on his recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 7.
      News of his activities, Fall 1996, p. 10.
      Book he co-edited and introduced is received, Spring 1997, p. 37.
      News of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 5.
      Presented lecture at the National Gallery of Art, Fall 1998, p. 9.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 9.
      Presented lecture to National Park Service historians and rangers, Fall 2000, p. 7.
      "What They Are Reading” Winter 2001, p. 38.
      News of Fall 2001, p. 6.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 2002, p. 31.
      News of Fall 2002, p. 5.
      book review by, Summer 1991, p. 34.
      Book has been named "Outstanding Book on the Subject of Human Rights in the United States, Fall 1991, p. 4.
      Book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 26.
      Senior Fulbright Professor at the American Studies Institute, University of Munich, in Germany, for the 1992-93 academic year, Summer 1992, p.15.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1993, p. 34.

Bliss, Daniel '20, book is reviewed, Summer 1995, p. 37.
      Obituary, Summer 2001, p. 90.
      Book received, Spring 2004, p. 40.
      Jenkins Hall, Summer '81, p. 5.

Bliss, Frederic Marks '17, obituary, Winter '82, p. 68.

Bliss, H. Huntington '26, notice of death, Summer 2003, p. 89.

Bliss, John Wheeler '71, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 91.

Bliss, Percival Floyd '14, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 42.

Blistein, David '74, published book, Winter '82, p. 30.

Bloch, Bertram Herbert '33, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 61.

Bloch, H. Spencer M.D. '59, book is received, Spring 1996, p. 37.

Bloch, R. Howard '33, book is received, Fall 1988, p. 31.

Bloch, R. Howard '65, book is reviewed, Winter '78, p. 30.
      Book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.

Blodgett, Edward D. '56, book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.
      book is reviewed, Summer 1988, p. 25.

Blood Brothers: Four Men of Science. Emma Gelders Sterne. XII: 3-23

Blood Plasma. II:184

Blood Ties. George Amabile. XXV: 3-25.

Blood, Robert Eldredge III '73, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 103.

Blood, Robert Eldredge Jr. '42, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 79.

Bloom, Barry R. '58, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1990, p. 5.

Blossom, Dwight Bradford '34. Obituary XXVII: 4-60.

Blossom, Thomas '34, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 51.
      Narino, Hero of Colombian Independence. XXII: 3-23.

Blount, Winton M., awarded honorary degree, Fall 1990, p. 6.

Blue, Anthony Dias '62, article on dining, (photographs of, p. 18 & 20), Spring '81, p. 19.
      book listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.

Blum, Alan, M.D. '69, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.
      Article on, by Terry Y. Allen, Spring 1990, p. 8.

Blunk, Frank M. Williams Downs Amherst 12-7. XI: 3-7

Bobrinskoy, George Vladimir Jr. '55, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 52.

Bodine, Cornelius, Jr. '38, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 51.

Bodkin, Richard E. '37, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 52.

Body Water in Man. Maurice B. Strauss. X: 4-20.

Body's Cage, The. Benjamin DeMott. (Walker Gibson) XI: 4-29, XII: 1-27

Boe, John '65, book received, Fall 1995, p. 43.
      Letter from, Summer 2001, p. 40.

Boehm, Jack A. '53, obituary, June '79, p. 64.

Boeschenstein, Warren '62, book received, Fall 1999, p. 40.

Bogan, Christopher E. '76, book received, Summer 1994, p. 45.

Bogardus, Maxwell Brigham '31, obituary, Winter '83, p. 61.

Bohjalian, Andrew P. '77, Class Day talks, Summer '77, p. 13.

Bohjalian, Christopher '82, book received, Fall 1995, p. 43.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 1997, p. 33.
      Book received, Spring 1999, p. 32.
      Book received, Spring 2000, p. 33.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 2000, p. 36.
      Book received, Spring 2002, p. 34.
      Book received, Winter 2004, p. 37.
      book is received, Fall 1988, p. 35.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1988, p. 29.
      Book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.
      Book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.
      article by, Spring 1984, p. 15-16 & 57-59.

Bohmer, Karl Judson '47, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 81.

Bohr, Neils, item on the mystery of quantum mechanics, Spring 1993, p. 9.

Boicourt, James Evan '69, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 64.

Bok, Sissela, Winter '80, p. 2.

Bole, David C., Jr. '37, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 53.

Bolin, Gaius Charles Jr. '25, obituary, Fall '80, p. 59.

Bollens, Bruce P. '76, death notice, Winter 1998, p. 67.

Bollier, David '78, book received, Fall 1996, p. 44.
      Book received, Summer 2002, p. 37.
      book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.
      Spring ‘78, p. 8.
      Book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.

Bolling, Lawrence, Black Alumni Weekend, Winter '81, p. 2.
      Jenkins Hall, Summer '81, p. 5.

Bolton-Smith, Carlile '23, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 94.

Boltwood, Robert M. '38, letter from, Fall 1985, p. 31.
      obituary, Spring 1997, p. 75.

Boluch, Elizabeth A. '84, letter from, Winter 1997, p. 43.

Bomont, Charles Craig '45, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 85.
      Obituary, Summer 2000, p. 86.

Bond Fifteen. III: 198. IV: 204  

Bond, Arthur Hazard '13, obituary, June '80, p. 73.

Bond, David C. '62, letter from, Summer '83, p. 75.

Bond, Maurice Almond '29, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 42.

Bond, Roger B. Letter. Further Comment on Architecture at Amherst. IX: 1-32.

Bondi, The Rev. Richard A., named Roman Catholic religious advisor at Amherst, Winter 1988, p. 9.

Bonds, article on, Fall 1996, p. 7.

Bonds, college refinances, Summer 1987, p. 4.

Bonds: An American Family, The. Roger M. Williams. XXIV: 3-22.

Bonneau, Richard Henri '81, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 99.

Bonnett, Robert Nelson '37, obituary, Fall '82, p. 74.

Book Gifts. (Thomas A. Ethier.) II:193

Book is Key to Slang of “Gulag”. Eric Pace. XXVI: 3-29.

Book is reviewed, Winter 2001, p. 36.

Book Notes. XVI: 3-29.

Book of American Skiing, The. Ezra Bowen. (Steven M. Rostas) XVI: 3-28.

Book Reviews. I:17; II:21; II:65; II:114; II:150; II:199. III: 20; 65; 119; 159; 202. IV: 19; 65; 120; 165; 208. IX: 1-30, 2-26, 3-27, 4-32; X: 1-29, 2-24, 3-28, 4-19. XI: 1-23, 2-23, 3-25, 4-27; XII: 1-26, 3-23, 4-24

Bookhout, John Andrew '38, obituary, Spring '82, p. 62.

Books, available for purchase from the Amherst College Press, Fall 1987, p. 32.

Books, Ideas, and Talk. Essay on President Ward reprinted from the 'New Yorker Magazine'. XXIV: 4-10.

Boone, Perley Howell Jr. '44, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 53.

Booraem, Hendrik V, excerpt from his book The Provincial: Calvin Coolidge and His World, 1885-1895, Spring 1995, p. 16.
      Excerpt from his book The Provincial: Calvin Coolidge and His World, 1885-1895, Summer 1995, p. 26.

Booth Ferris Foundation, library resource grant, Summer ‘77, p. 23.

Booth Tarkington, Gentleman from Indiana: A Biography. James Woodress. VIII: 1-32.

Booth, Clayton William '27, obituary, Summer '77, p. 66.

Booth, Gordon Badger '40, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 48.

Booth, John Edwards '23, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 35.

Born, George D. Obituary XXVII: 3-89.

Bornstein, Robert F. Ph.D. '81, book received, Winter 2003, p. 35.
      Books received, Fall 1995, p. 43.

Borrie, Melville Horner '34, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 71.

Bose, Sumantra '92, book received, Winter 2004, p. 37.

Bossmen: Bill Monroe and Muddy Waters. James Rooney. XXIII: 4-25.

Boston Marathon, The. James A. Guest, Jr. XIX: 1-23.

Bostwick, Dudley Chase '37. Obituary XXVIII: 3-87.

Bostwick, James Burdette, Jr. '49, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 50.

Bostwick, Spencer Gordon '39, obituary, Summer 1996, p. 89.

Boswell, Thomas '69, book by, Spring 1991, p. 37.
      book is reviewed, Fall '82, p. 34.

Bosworth, Howard B. '36, notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.

Bosworth, Liza Anne '80, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 71.

Boucher, Clarence Kinne '15, obituary, Summer '83, p. 56.

Boughton, Walter, appears in production, Spring 1977, p. 5.
      "An Amherst Theater in Vermont," December '79, p. 26.

Boughton, Prof. Walter L., obituary, Spring 1988, p. 7.

Boulton, Rudyerd W. '22, obituary. Spring 1984, p. 48.

Bourne, Benjamin C. II '34, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 89.
      obituary, Winter 2002, p. 96.

Bourne, Granville H. Jr. '51, obituary, Winter 2003, p. 96.

Bouteiller, Austin '27, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 58.

Boutwell, Samuel Arthur '31, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 44.

Bovenizer, George W. Jr. '40, Summer 2003, p. 93.

Bowditch, John III '36, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 91.
      Packard Memorial Collection, Spring 1977, p. 32.

Bowditch, Robert Shaw '30, obituary, Winter 1998, p. 67.

Bowen, Elizabeth, An Introduction to Her Novels. William Heath. XIV: 3-31.

Bowen, Elizabeth, An Introduction to Her Novels. William Heath. XV: 1-31.

Bowen, Ezra '49, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 79.
      Henry and Other Heroes: An Informal Memoir of High Dreams and Vanished Seasons. XXVII: 2-23.
      The Book of American Skiing. XVI: 3-28.

Bowen, Ralph H. '40, book received, Spring 1977, p. 31.

Bowen, Robert Linde Jr. '43, obituary, Winter 1998, p. 71.

Bowens, Marx G. '30, death notice, Summer 1998, p. 82.

Bowman, Kenneth Drennen '51, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 81.

Bowman, Kimberly '22, obituary, Spring '78, p. 61.

Bowmer, William S. '36, notice of death, Spring 2004, p. 111.

Boyd, Harmon Shove ‘17, obituary, Summer '80, p. 61.

Boyd, Margaret, retiring, (photograph of), Summer '78, p. 10.

Boyd, Robert Osborne '26, obituary, December '79, p. 67.

Boyd, William M. II, honorary degree citation, (photograph of, p. 19), Summer '81, p. 18.

Boyden, Frank Learoyd '02. Obituary. XXVI: 1-19.
      article on, Spring 1991, p. 16.
      and Helen Childs Boyden. Citation. XXI; I-flyleaf.
      Obituary. XXIV: 4-15.
      Announces retirement as Headmaster of Deerfield Academy. XX: 2-24.
      Resigns from Board of Trustees. XIX: 2-27.
      Fiftieth wedding anniversary. X: 2-33.
      II:7
      Horsepower on the Campus. XII: 1-inside cover

Boyden, John Cary '35, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 46.

Boyden, Theodore C. '36, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 63.

Boyer, Bruce Hatton '65, book is reviewed, December '79. p. 32.

Boyer, Kenneth D. '60, book is received, Winter '83, p. 23.

Boyle, John F., Sheriff, Commencement, Summer '77, p. 2.
      The death of, Winter 1984, p. 22.

Boyle, Joseph P. '36, notice of death, Summer 2002, p. 91.

Boynton, Daniel Wilcox '04, obituary, Fall '78, p. 63 .

Boynton, Edward Chabourne '07, Fall '80, p. 57.

Boynton, Merrill Holmes '16, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 41.

Boynton, Oliver Griswold '19, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 45.

Boynton, Robert M. '48, book is reviewed, Spring '81, p. 29.

Brabec, Curtis R. '56, notice of death, Fall 2000, p. 88.

Brace, Gerald Warner '22, author of book, Winter 1977, p. 27.
      Obituary, Fall 78, p. 65.
      Bell's Landing. VIII: 3-31.
      The Department. XXI: 2-23.
      Between Wind and Water. XXI: 2-23.
      The Stuff of Fiction. XXII: 3-22.
      The Spire. V: 2-62.
      (A Summer's Tale.) II:22
      I Travelled a Good Deal in Amherst. XV: 3-2.
      The Wind’s Will. XIX: 2-43.
      The Wind's Will. XVIII: 1-40.
      The World of Carrick’s Cove. X: 2-24.
      Winter Solstice. XIII: 3-32.
      book is received, Fall 1976, p. 29.

Bracken, James Wright '19. Obituary XXVIII: 2-60.

Brackett Rock, The. IX: 1-7.

Bradford, David Frantz '60, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1985, p. 11.
      book listed, Spring 1987, p. 24.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1987, p. 32.

Bradley, Charles Edward Jr. '37, obituary, Summer '79, p. 86.

Bradley, George L. '30. Obituary XXVIII: 4-60.

Bradley, John Frederick '41, obituary, Winter 1996, p. 78.

Bradner, John Henry '50, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 78.
      book is received, Winter '83, p. 22.
      Harmony Indications with the Chord Compass. XXVII: 3-31.

Bradner, Morris Renfrew Jr. '43, obituary, Fall 1996, p. 80.
      Book is reviewed. Summer '83, p. 70.

Bradway, Robert A. '85, career internship program. Summer '82, p. 7.

Braemer, Richard J. Who Runs America? Synopsis of Ford Foundation Research. XV: 1-37.

Bragdon, M.C. '46, letter from, Summer 1991, p. 38.

Bragdon, Paul E. (The Independents.) II:3

Bragdon, Paul E. '50. Named president of Reed College. XXIII: 4-17.

Bragdon, Paul E. Elected alumni Trustee. XXV: 1-7.

Bragdon, Paul Errol '80, honorary degree citation. Summer '80, p. 10.

Bragg, C.F. 2nd '32, letter from, Summer '83, p. 72.

Brainerd, George Winthrop '11, obituary, June '80, p. 73.

Brains or Brawn? Peter Schrag. IX: 2-11.

Brainwashing in the High Schools. E. Merrill Root. (Edwin C. Rozwenc) XI: 3-25

Braman, William Bukeley '37, obituary, Winter '83, p. 62.

Brameld, Theodore, and Elam, Stanley, editors. Values in American Education. XVII: 3-39.

Branaman, William M. '46, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 78.

Brandes, Ute T., awarded a Miner D. Crary Fellowship, Fall 1987, p. 6.
      Author of new book, Summer 1992, p. 15.
      Editor of book published, Fall 1993, p. 9.
      book is published, Winter 1984, p. 23.
      Awarded the Miner D. Crary Fellowship, Fall 1985, p. 24.
      book received, Fall 1998, p. 40.

Brandriff, Charles Edward '30, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 60.

Brandt, Lisbeth Kim, awarded Class of 1952 Dean Eugene S. Wilson Faculty Development Fellowship and a Miner D. Crary Summer Fellowship, Fall 1998, p. 9.

Branham, Joel Scott '35, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 87.

Branigin, Robert Mardis '56, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 42.

Branstrom, William J. Jr. '39, death notice, Winter 1997, p. 68.

Bratt, George C. '15, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 28.
      On the Boss's Time: Shop Poems and Other Poems. XI: 4-29; XII: 1-26

Braunthal, Gerard, book review by, Winter 1985, p. 26.

Brautigam, Jacob Herbert Jr. '39, obituary, Winter '79, p. 90.

Braving the Elements. James Merrill. XXV: 2-25.

Bravo, Robert Barrett '42, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 92.

Brayer, George Wackerman '23, obituary, Summer '77, p. 65.

Bread and Butter Letter. (poem). David Morton. VII: 2-11.

Breaking the Lockstep. X: 1-28.

Breckenridge, Warren A. '15, Winter '78, p. 84.

Breed, Charles E. '69. Transcendental Meditation. XXIV: 4-8.

Breed, Frederic Brooks '39, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 88.

Breed, Philip Munro '18, obituary, Summer '77, p. 64.

Breed, Robert S. Co·author. (Bergey's Manual of Determinative Bacteriology.) II:114

Breede, Walter Jr. '30, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 53.

Brehm, Edward Richard '35, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 72.

Brennan, James Howard '34, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 50.

Brennan, Kerry '77, An Amherst Theater in Vermont, December '79, p. 26.

Brennan, Tara Goins '97, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 126.

Brennecke, Robert William '31, obituary, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 50.

Bresler, Michael Jay, letter from, June '80, p. 37

Bretey, Pierre Paul Rizz '19, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 37.

Bretl, John Cameron '65, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 81.

Breul, Frank Rennell '38, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 46.

Breusch, Kate, obituary, December '79, p. 14.

Breusch, Robert H. Retires. XXVI: 1-21.
      article on his death, Summer 1995, p. 4.
      Introduction to Calculus and Analytic Geometry. XXII: 2-35.

Brewer, John D. Jr. '45, notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.

Brewer, Lyman Augustus '28, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 53.
      reunion, Summer '78, p. 7.
      Honorary degree citation, Summer '78, p. 16.

Brewster, Elise '84, included in article on new viewbook, Spring 1999, p. 7.

Brewster, Kingman, Jr. Commencement address. XX: 1-8.

Brick, William J. Jr. '45, remembrance of Summer 2004, p. 119.

Brickett, Allan Eastman '21, obituary, Spring '81, p. 59.

Brickett, Leonard Prescott '30, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 62.

Bridegam, Willis E. named Librarian. XXVIII: 1-20.
      The Amherst College Library. LXVIII: 3-10.
      National Alumni Weekend, Fall '80, p. 5.
      book review by, Summer 1986, p. 30.
      book review by, Winter 2003, p. 36.
      Frost Library celebrates retirement of, Summer 2004, p. 2.

Bridges, Gordon B. Retires from Dining Halls. XXIII: 1-23.

Bridgman, Howard A. '33, obituary, Fall 1996, p. 78.

Briggs, John Logan '20, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 49.

Brigham, Loriman Stone '27, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 53.
      Obituary, Winter 1988, p. 38.

Brigham, Robert J. '85, article by, Winter 1985, p. 18.

Brill, Herbert Baer '31, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 66.

Brimm, Daniel J. Jr. Co·author. (Seaplane Flying and Operations.) II:66

Brinkerhoff, Robert '18, Alumni Weekend, Summer '77, p. 5.

Bristol, George Treat Jr. '36, obituary, Summer '82, p. 72.

Bristol, Louis E. Obituary XXVII: 3-89.

Bristol, Ralph Buffum '17, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 41.

Bristol, Rexford Allyn '24, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 47.

British art exhibition, on national tour, Winter 1988, p. 16.

Britons View America: Travel Commentary, 1860-1935. Richard L. Rapson. XXIV: 4-2

Brittain, Bedford Jr. '29, death notice, Summer 1998, p. 82.

Brittain, David '30, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 60.

Brittan, Gordon G. Jr. '62, letter from, Winter 2001, p. 43.
      Letter from, Spring 2002, p. 38.
      Who Runs .America? Synopsis of Ford Foundation Research. XV: 1-37.

Britton, Francis E. '60, notice of death, Summer 2000, p. 82.

Broad, George Gowing '28, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 62.

Broadbent Peter Allan '61, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 77.

Brock, Robert Melvin '43, obituary, Fall '82, p. 75.

Broderick, Joan B., awarded Trustee Faculty Fellowship for 1996-97, Fall 1996, p. 10.
      News of her activities, Fall 1997, p. 5.

Brodsky, Joseph, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1989, p. 5.

Brogna, Arthur '41, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 68.

Bromell, Henry '70, book received, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 42.
      book is reviewed, June '79, p. 33.
      The Slightest Distance. XXVII: 4-30.

Bromell, Nick '72, book is reviewed, Fall 2001, p. 31.

Brook, John R. Member, New York State Legislature. XVI: 1-21.

Brook, Thomas Lloyd '29, obituary, Spring '82, p. 60.

Brooke, Jonatha '85, article on, Winter 1994, p. 11.

Brookes, Gerry H. '63. The Rhetorical Form of Carlyle's Sartor Resartus. XXV: 2-26.

Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. Dedicates The Preston R. Bassett Research Laboratory. XIX:  1-26. 

Brooks, Albert J. '39, obituary, Spring 2003, p. 84.
      obituary, Summer 2003, p. 92.

Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. George G. '44, Amherst Life Income Gifts ad, Summer 1996, inside back cover.

Brooks, Sidney '41, Fall '77, p. 13.

Brooks, Suzette '81, Marshall Scholarship, Spring '81, p. 31.
      James R. Nelson Memorial Award, Summer '81, p. 14.
      included in article New York Cares, Winter 1989, p. 10.

Brophy, Gerald P. Awarded Fulbright grant. XVIII: 1-36.
      Awarded National Institutes of Health grant. XVII: 1-35.
      appointed to the position of Samuel A. Hitchcock Professor of Mineralogy and Geology, Summer 1992, p. 15.
      geothermal energy, Spring '78, p. 9.
      Commendation, geothermal resources, June '80, p. 8.
      Received grant, Summer '81, p. 14.
      recognition of retirement, Summer 1997, p. 8.

Brophy, James D. '49. Co-editor Modern Irish Literature: Essays in Honor of William York Tindall. XXVI: 2-24.
      Edith Sitwell: The Symbolist Order. XX: 4-38.
      and Paolucci, Henry, editors. The Achievement of Galileo. XV: 1-31.

Brough, Hazen Winthrop '21, obituary, June '80, p. 75.

Broughton, John Nicholson Jr. '38, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 52.

Brower, Lincoln P. article on. XXVII: 3-10.
      Guggenheim Fellow. XVI: 1-29.
      monarch butterflies, Summer '77, p. 24.
      Winter '78, p. 6.
      Evolution, Spring '78, p. 9.
      Faculty honor, June '79, p. 15.
      Received grant, June '80, p. 8.

Brower, Philip P. '32, death notice, Fall 1997, p. 75.

Brower, Reuben A. ' 30. Obituary XXVII: 4-25.
      Contributor to Classics In Translation V: 1-19.
      A New Amherst Poet (chapel talk). V: 3-107.
      Resigns. V:5-199
      English 21-22. VI: 1-9.
      Hero and Saint: Shakespeare and the Graeco-Roman Heroic Tradition. XXIV: 2-29.
      On Certain Limits of Education. (The 143rd Commencement Address) XVII: 1-12.
      The Poetry of Robert Frost: Constellations of Intention. XVI: 1-31.
      and Bond, William H., editors. The Iliad of Homer, translated by Alexander Pope. XVIII: 2-33.
      and Poirier, Richard. In Defense of Reading. XV: 2-36.
      (The Fields of Light.) IV: 120
      Alexander Pope: The Poetry of Allusion. XII: 4-25
      On Translation. XI: 4-28

Brower. Lincoln P. Research activities. XVIII: 1-34.

Brown, Alexander McLeod, Jr. '31, obituary, Summer 1985, p. 30.

Brown, Allen '36, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 45.

Brown, Allyn L. (Arthur Fairbanks Ells.) III: 5

Brown, Allyn Stephens '38, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 52.

Brown, Ashley, and Haller, Robert S., editors. The Achivement of Wallace Stevens: A Critical Anthology. XV: 1-32.

Brown, Bailey LeF. '24. Obituary. XXIII: 3-22.
      Retires. XXI: 1-29.

Brown, Bazil William Jr. '53, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 87.

Brown, Charles Henry '16, obituary, Summer '81, p. 69.

Brown, Charles L., awarded honorary degree, Fall 1984, p. 10-11.

Brown, Charles Randall '45, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 54.

Brown, Christopher. Winant Volunteers 1966. XIX: 3-20.

Brown, Cynthia Stokes, book by, for the Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute, Winter '82, p. 24.

Brown, Dan '86, book received, Winter 1998, p. 35.
      Book received, Spring 2000, p. 34.

Brown, David P., named assistant director of physical plant for engineering and planning, Fall 1986, p. 28.

Brown, Donald Howlett '14, obituary, Summer '80, p. 61.

Brown, Donald, "Older Students at Amherst," Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 10-11 & 53.

Brown, Edmund Alden '42, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 61.

Brown, Herman Duane '19, obituary, Summer '79, p. 83.

Brown, Howard Donald, Jr. '45, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 39.

Brown, James Monroe III '39, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 77.
      IV: 5

Brown, Karl J. '94, article on AIDS benefit bicycle ride, Fall 1997, p. 9.

Brown, Louis '36, notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.

Brown, Malcolm '53, letter from, Spring 2000, p. 35.

Brown, Nathaniel Jenison, Jr. '30, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 31.

Brown, Patterson '60, letter from, Spring 2002, p. 40.

Brown, Preston '58, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 76.

Brown, Richard Leland '34, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 61.

Brown, Robert McAfee '43, book received, Fall 1995, p. 42.
      Book received, Winter 1999, p. 37.
      Obituary, Winter 2002, p. 100.
      book received, Spring 1993, p. 38.
      books are received, Winter 1984, p. 33-34.
      An Alumnus Is Worried. V: 2-47.
      P. T. Forsyth: Prophet for Today. V: 3-119.
      translator. God's Unfolding Purpose: a Guide to the Study of the Bible, by Suzanne de Dietrich. XIII: 2-26.
      An American Dialogue. XIII: 2-25.
      The Spirit of Protestantism. XIV: 1-31.
      Takes part in Freedom Rides. XIV: 2-11.
      A Clergyman's View. XIV: 2-12.
      Is Faith Obsolete? XXVII: 3-31.
      Memories of Amherst Music. XXVI: 3-17.
      Observer in Rome: A Protestant Report on the Vatican Council. XVII: 2-36.
      The Vatican Council: Review and Prospect. XVIII: 2-2l.
      The Ecumenical Revolution: An Interpretation of the Catholic-Protestant Dialogue. XX: 2-35.
      - Voice for a creative Religion. XVIII: 3-30.

Brown, Robert S., Medical Missionary. XVI: 3-32.

Brown, Robert W. '43, death notice, Fall 2001, p. 86.

Brown, Robert W. '53, career internship program, Summer '82, p. 7.

Brown, Robert Woodruff '47, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 80.

Brown, Roland Graeme '44, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 79.

Brown, Sevellon III '35. obituary, Fall/Winter 1983-84. p. 51.

Brown, Stephen '28. Appointed resident college physician. VI: 2-15.
      Retires. XXVI: 1-21.
      obituary. (photograph of), Winter '81, p. 6.
      Obituary, Summer '81, p. 71.

Brown, Stuart Gerry '34, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 47.
      The Presidency on Trial: Robert Kennedy's 1968 Campaign and Afterwards. XXV: 2-24.
      Adlai E. Stevenson. XVIII: 3-47.
      Co-author. (Reading Prose.) IV: 208

Brown, Sumner J. A Service of Remembrance. Poem. X: 1-47.

Brown, Theodore Everett '17, obituary, Summer '81, p. 70.

Brown, Walter Barrett '20, letter by, Winter '79, p. 29.
      obituary, Spring 1988, p. 39.

Brown, Walter E. '31, notice of death, Fall 2002, p. 85.

Brown, Winthrop Woods '49, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 54.

Brownell, William C. American Prose Masters. XX: 3-35.

Brownell, William Henry '38, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 52.

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, The Life of. Gardner B. Taplin. (Walter Gibson) X: 1-29.

Browning, William Cooper '42, obituary, Summer 1992, p. 51.

Broyde, Prof. Steven, book is reviewed, Summer 1976, p. 32.
      receives research grant, Spring 1977, p. 4.

Brucker, Herbert. Journalist. Edited, with an introduction, by Charles W. Cole. XV: 3-32.

Bruggemann, Lester Gustave '38, obituary, Fall 1984.

Brundage, Burr Cartwright '36, book is reviewed, Summer '81, p. 29.
      Book is reviewed, Winter '83, p. 20.
      books listed, Spring 1987, p. 24.
      Book is received, Fall 1988, p. 31.
      Obituary, Summer 1993, p. 49.
      Empire of the Inca. XVI: 2-28.
      Gian Carlo. XXVII: 3-30.
      Lords of Cuzco: A History and Description of the Inca People in Their Last Days. XX: 3-29.
      (The Juniper Palace.) IV: 19
      A Rain of Darts: The Mexica Aztecs. XXV: 4-20.

Bruner, Jerome S., Olver, Rose R., and Greenfield, Patricia M. Studies in Cognitive Growth. XIX: 4-31.

Bruner, Robert '72, letter by, Winter '80, p. 25.

Bruning, Karla '00, included in article on campus tours, Summer 1999, p. 20.

Bruno, Thomas A. Jr ., "An Amherst Theater in Vermont," December '79, p. 26.

Brunt, William Lester '19, obituary, Summer '78, p. 68.

Bruss, Elizabeth W., author of book, Winter 1977, p. 29.
      Guggenheim Fellowship, Spring '78, p. 8.
      Article on her death, (photograph of), Spring '81, p. 4.
      Memorial Room, Summer 1985, p. 21.

Brustein, Robert '47, article on, Summer 1985, p. 14-16.
      book is reviewed, Winter 1995, p. 41.
      Book received, Winter 1999, p. 37.

Brustein, Robert. Succeeds Curtis Canfield as dean of the Yale School of Drama. XVIII: 4-20.
      The Theatre of Revolt. XVII: 3-35.

Brutus, Dennis, South Africa investment policy, Summer '82, p. 5.

Bryant, Gordon McLean '29, obituary, Winter '78, p. 87.

Bryant, Samuel Wood, Jr. '30, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 51.

Bryant, Stanley Reynolds '35, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 96.

Bryer, Jackson '56. Co-editor Dear Scott/Dear Max: The Fitzgerald-Perkins Correspondence. XXIV: 3-22.
      The Critical Reputation of F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Bibliographical study. XX: 3-32.

Bryer, Jackson R. '59, book he edited is received, Spring 1996, p. 37.
      Book received, Spring 2001, p. 37.
      editor of book received, Winter '83, p. 23.

Buchanan, J. Robert, M.D. '50, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1985, p. 11.

Bucher, C. A. College Ahead! XI: 1-17

Buck, Edward Anson '32, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 38.

Buck, George Crawford '42, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 66.

Buckingham, Norman S. '37, notice of death, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.

Buckingham, Robert Lane ' 22. Obituary XXVIII: 3-85.

Buckman, Allan Raymond '36, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 63.

Budd, Matthew M.D. '56, book received, Fall 2000, p. 41.

Budlong, Theodore W. '68, letter from, Summer 1991, p. 37.

Buechner, William A. '36, death notice, Spring 1998, p. 74.

Buehler, Peter Kane '66, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 39.

Buehler, Robert F. '38, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 101.

Buel, Richard Jr. '55, book received, Winter 1999, p. 37.
      Securing the Revolution: Ideology in American Politics, 1789-1815. XXV: 2-25.

Buell, John '67, book received, Fall 1995, p. 43.
      Book is received, Spring 1996, p. 38.
      Book received, Fall 1996, p. 44.
      Book received, Winter 2001, p. 40.
      book received, Spring 2004, p. 40.

Buffington, Richard '50, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 57.

Buffum, Charles Walbridge Sr. '22, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 51.

Bugaboo Bill. Illustrations by William Holdsworth. XXIII: 3-36.

Bukovnik, John A. '52, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 100.

Bullard, Rockwood W. Jr. '39, Summer 2003, p. 92.

Bullard, Rockwood Wilde Sr. '10, obituary, Spring '78, p. 59.

Bullinger, Frederick Leigh '29, obituary, Spring '78, p. 62.

Bullinger, Leo Charles '38, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 56.

Bulman, John S. '39, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 116.

Bump, Boardman '30, obituary, Winter 1984. p. 31.

Bump, Charles Kilbourne '29, obituary, Fall 1996, p. 77.

Bump, Daniel Boardman '60, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 71.

Bunker, Amherst College purchases, Fall 1992, p. 2.
      article on, Summer 1994, p. 15.

Bunting, Charles I., and Lane, Stoddard III. The Student Committee Report on Faculty Life. XVII: 4-18.

Bunting, Mary I. Their Questions. The 144th Commencement Address. XVIII: 1-16.

Burchell, George D. '32, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 85.

Burchfiel, Kenneth J. '73, book received, Fall 1995, p. 43.

Burdett, Charles Fred '29, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 42.

Bureaucracy, the Marshall Plan, and the National Interest. Hadley Arkes. XXV: 4-20.

Buresh, Charles Henry Jr. '30, obituary, Spring '81, p. 62.

Burford, William S. '49. Man Now. VII: 2-24, 4-28.
      Co-translator On Reading. Marcel Proust. XXIV: 3-22.
      A World. XV: 4-25.

Burgesser, Donald Eugene '30, obituary, Spring '83, p. 48.

Burke, Lawrence P. Jr. '50, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Burke, Lyman B. '32, death notice, Winter 1995, p. 63.

Burkett, Charles William, Jr. '25. obituary, Fall 1985, p. 43.

Burkett, Sandra L., awarded NSF research grant, Fall 2000, p. 7.

Burkill, Norman Jones '25, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 43.

Burn, North. Five Years with Five Colleges. XXV: 4-33.
      Resigns as Five-College Coordinator XXVII: 2-4.

Burner, Eric R. '90, book is reviewed, Winter 1995, p. 40.
      Book received, Summer 1994, p. 45.

Burnett, Charles Stewart '22, obituary, Summer '77, p. 65.

Burnett, Charles T. (Social Psychology. Ms.) I:17

Burnett, Eldridge Tieman '28, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 59.

Burnett, George Brinton III '64, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 93.

Burnett, George Brinton Jr. '36, obituary, Winter '83, p. 62.

Burnett, Howard J. '52. Named President of Washington &Jefferson College. XXIII: 3-26.
      (Rhodes Scholar.) IV: 159

Burnett, William Albert '19, obituary, Summer '79, p. 83.

Burnham, Charles Davis '41, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 54.

Burnham, John Newton '42, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 46.

Burnham, Richard I. Programs, Politics, and Plows. A Report on the USAID in Viet Nam. XIX: 1-13.

Burns, "Dean" Albert C. Obituary. XIX: 3-24.

Burns, Alan Lincoln '49, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 48.

Burns, Frederick B. '31, notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Burns, Howard F. '12. Obituary. XXI: 4-20.

Burns, Howard F. Chairman, Board of Trustees, Mount Holyoke College. X: 4-13.

Burns, Kenneth Lauren, awarded honorary degree at Commencement, Summer 1991, p. 4.

Burr, Harold Steinway '26, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 59.

Burrows, John McDowell '35, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 44.

Burrows, Parke Wolcott '36, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 53.

Bursk, Edward Collins '28, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 44.
      (with G. Scott Hutchinson) Salesmanship and Sales Force Management. XXIII: 4-22.
      Developing Executive Leaders. Co-editor. XXIV: 2-29.

Burt, Alvin M. '57, book received, Summer 1994, p. 44.

Burt, Clifton H. '27, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 91.

Burt, F. Allen. The Story of Mount Washington. XIV: 3-29.

Burt, Lawrence Wager '49, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 81.

Burt, Wilbur Farnham Jr. '43, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 62.

Burtis, Charles M. Jr. 30. Obituary XXVIII: 2-61.

Burton, Jim Nichols '45, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 79.

Burton, Pat, letter from, Winter 1991-92, p. 31.

Burton, Robert Mitchell '45, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 70.

Burton, Stephen H. III '45, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 105.

Bush, DuVall, Laura '83, letter from, Summer 1994, p. 48.

Bush, Ernest W. Jr. '49. Obituary XXVII: 1-61.

Bush, H. Clendon '25, obituary, Fall 1984.

Bush, Richard Davis '39, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 94.

Bushman, Frederic '80, book received, Spring 2002, p. 34.

Bushnell, George E. Jr. '46, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 92.

Business Internship Program, formation of, December '79, p. 14.

Butler, Burgess '40, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 53.

Butler, Colonel Franklin Coit Sr. '18, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 48.

Butler, Donald Warren '50, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 50.

Butler, Douglas P. '42, Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Spring 2003, inside back cover.

Butler, Dudley W. '49, Summer 2003, p. 95.

Butler, Edward Ladd '36, obituary, Winter '81, p. 62.

Butler, John Francis '49, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 77.
      letter from, Summer 1991, p. 37.

Butler, John Vernon '27, obituary, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 49.
      Dean of St. John the Divine. XII: 3-22
      reunion, Summer '77, p. 5.

Butterworth, Henry Louis '42, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 78.

Buttolph, Leroy James '13. Obituary XXVIII: 1-68.

Butts, Jay Wellington Jr. '46, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 64.

Butts, Marsena Parker '45, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 41.

By the Sweat of Thy Brow: Work in the Western World. Melvin Kranzberg '38 (and Joseph Giles) XXVIII: 3-30.

Byorum, Martha L., biography, (photograph of), June '80, p. 13.
      Presidential Search Committee, Winter '83, p. 2.

Byrne, Robert Michael '42, obituary, Summer 1996, p. 90.

Byrne, Stephen James '45, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 49.

Byrne, Wayne H. '40, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 88.

Byrnes, Robert Francis '39, book received, Fall 1995, p. 42.
      Book is received, Spring 1996, p. 37.
      Obituary, Fall 1997, p. 77.
      book is reviewed, Fall 1976, p. 28.
       (Anti-Semitism in Modern France.) III: 202
      books are received, Winter 1984, p. 33.
      Book he edited is reviewed, Fall 1985, p. 31.
      Pobedonostsey. His Life and Thought. XXI: 2-23.

C.A.R.E. New Worlds for Pioneers. Richard W. Reuter. X: 1-10.

Cadigan Center for Religious Life, article on, Spring 1999, p. 2.
      Winter 2001, p. 4.

Cadigan, Charles H. '27, reunion, Summer '77, p. 5.
      (Photograph of), Summer '77, p. 33.
      Obituary, December '79, p. 68.

Cadigan, The Right Rev. George L. '33, appointed minister at the college, Fall '76, p. 5.
      Report on ministry at the College, Fall '78, p. 6.
      Baccalaureate Service, Summer '83, p. 8.
      Tells of story in a letter to The Amherst Student, Summer 1985, p. 6.
      Fund for Religious Advisors, Winter 1986, p. 5.
      Article by, on Sam Potsubay, Spring 1987, p. 16.
      Awarded Medal for Eminent Service, Fall 1988, p. 11.
      Book review by, Summer 1991, p. 35.
      Article on, Fall 1992, p. 23.
      On the Banks of the Old Freshman. XXVIII: 4-21.
      As I Remember Him – Elefterios E. Mitchell. X: 4-11.
      Elected Bishop. XII: 1-18
      New alumni trustee. XVIII: 1-32.
      appointed director of religious activities, Fall 1976, p. 5.

Cady, Joseph '60, letter from, Winter 1986, p. 29.
      Letter from, Spring 1987, p. 31.

Cagen, Sasha '96, book received, Winter 2004, p. 38.

Cain, Lincoln S. '24, death notice, Summer 1996, p. 87.

Calculus of Variations by Parallel Displacement. William S. Kimball. VI: 1-20.

Calculus. Atherton Hall Sprague. VI: 3-20.

Calcutt, Harry Cecil '39, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 77.

Calder, Robert G. '37, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 67.

Caldwell, David M., M.D. '32, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 111.

Caldwell, Louis G., '13. (E. Barrett Prettyman.) IV: 147

Calef, George Clinton '26, obituary, Summer '77, p. 65.

Calendar Change. XII: 1-1

Caligula, play in Chapin Chapel provokes controversy, Summer 1993, p. 16.

Call, Gregory S., NSF awards grant to college to support his project, Fall 1995, p. 7.
      Received award, Fall 1996, p. 10.
      Becomes interim dean of the faculty, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 4.
      received Trustee-Faculty Fellowship for 1991-92, Fall 1991, p. 4.
      Awarded grants by the National Security Agency's Mathematical Sciences Program, Fall 1993, p. 9.

Callahan, Edward Nolan '68, obituary, Winter '78, p. 88.

Callahan, John L., Jr. Appointed director of development. XVIII: 2-28.

Callanan, Charles James Jr. '41, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 56.

Callaway, Reeves '70, article on, Spring 1996, p. 19.

Calvert, George E. On Using Land and People. XXVII: 2-16.

Calvin Coolidge, The Quiet President. Donald R. McCoy. (Richard B. Scandrett, Jr.) XX: 3-35.

Cambodians, Amherst students tutor, Spring 1987, p. 3.

Cameron, Donald J. '51, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 121.

Cameron, John A., named William R. Kenan, Jr., Professor of English, Fall 1998, p. 9.

Cameron, Malcolm Knifton '28, obituary, June '79, p. 61.

Cameron, Russell '45, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 93.

Cameron, Samuel Midgeley '26, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 58.

Campaign for Amherst 1980-1985 Report, The, Spring 1986.

Campaign for Amherst, Fall '80, p. 2.
      Fall '80, p. 10.
      Summer '81, p. 4.

Campaign, national kickoff of, Fall 1996, p. 2.

Campbell, Bradley M. '83, letter from, Winter '83, p. 25.

Campbell, Colin G., honorary degree presentation to Pres. Ward, Summer '77, p. 24.

Campbell, Hugh Brown '29, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 47.

Campbell, Mavis C., book she edited is published, Fall 1994, p. 6.
      Book received, Summer 1994, p. 44.
      Paragraph on her recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 7.
      Article on new book, Black Women of Amherst College, Winter 1999, p. 4.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 2000, p. 34.
      Visiting scholar at the University of Cambridge, Fall 2000, p. 7.
      latest book nominated as one of the "Outstanding Academic Books" for 1988-89 and is exhibited; presented paper at the Univ. of Amsterdam, Summer 1989, p. 5.
      Book she authored is published, Fall 1991, p. 4.
      Written a chapter in a book dedicated to the memory of Michael Crowder, Fall 1993, p. 9.
      promoted to full professor; received honorary degree at Opening Convocation, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 54.

Campbell, Ralph Blane Jr. '40, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 76.

Campbell, Rev. Vance '28, book is reviewed, Spring '81, p. 29.

Campbell, Robert Alexander '28, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 47.

Campbell, Wilburn Camrock '32, obituary, Winter 1998, p. 68.

Campbell, William Fillmore '23, obituary, Fall '81, p. 68.

Campbell, William Vance, Jr. '28, obituary, Summer 1985, p. 30.

Campion, Nardi Reeder, article by, "Mission: to make a difference in a land without hope," Fall 1984, p. 18-21.

Campo, Rafael '87, book is reviewed, Fall 1994, p. 40.
      Book is received, Spring 1996, p. 38.
      Books are viewed, Spring 1997, p. 34.
      Letter from, Fall 1998, p. 42.
      Book received, Winter 2000, p. 35.
      Awarded honorary degree, Summer 2004, p. 3.

Campus Center, opens, Fall 1987, p. 2.

Campus Conclaves. X: 2-18.

Campus demonstrations/protests, due to Rodney King verdict, Summer 1992, p. 2.

Campus Guide. XII: 2-1

Campus Humor. X: 3-11.

Campus Papers Going Straight. Douglas E. Kneeland. XXIV: 3-14.

Campus Views Civil Disobedience. XXV: 2-10.

Campus, The Modern. Robert H. Heidrich. XI: 3-16

Can a Lawyer Be Honest? XVI: 4-19.

Can We Afford Peace? Research conducted under Ford Foundation grant. XIII: 3-24.
      Digest of discussions. Richard Wirtz, Bert Rein, Fred Wallace, and John Parks. XIV: 1-33.

Can We Save the Individuality of Our Colleges? XXV: 4-21.

Canavan, Thomas Edward '47, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 95.

Cancer in Africa. John L. Ziegler. XXI: 4-2.

Cancer, A New Approach to the Study of. I:2

Canfield, F. Curtis '25, "Amherst Remembers the Dean of Deans," Spring '81, p. 3.
      obituary notice, Fall 1986, p. 8.
      Named Dean of Yale's School of Drama. VII: 4-21.
      The Seed and the Sowers. VIII: 1-5, 2-3.
      Plays role in "The Late George Apley". VI: 1-12.
      Resigns to become chairman of drama department at Yale. VI: 4-23.
      Commencement 1865. Remarks at Commencement 1965. Terras Irradient. XVIII: l-inside front cover.
      IV: 203
      The Changing World of Amherst. XV: 2-11.
      The Craft of Play Directing. XVI: 3-27.
      Were They Ever Like Us? XXVIII: 1-12.

Canfield, John Bernard '29, obituary, Summer '77, p. 66.

Cannon, displayed in Morgan Hall, photo of and article on, Summer 1993, p. 5.

Cannon, Elizabeth J. '84, named assistant alumni secretary, Fall 1986, p. 14.

Cape, Francis, news of, Fall 2002, p. 5.

Caplan, Jay, book received, Winter 2000, p. 35.

Carbone, S.J. '73, letter from, Spring 1990, p. 32.

Cardinal, Roland S. '19, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 45.

Career Conference. IV: 152. IX: 4-24. XI: 3-21; 4-21; XII: 3-16. XXVIII: 4-6.

Career Counseling at Amherst. Henry M. Littlefield XXVII: 2-14

Career Counseling, Office of, thank you note to alumni and friends of the college who sent notice of job and internship openings, Spring 1992, p. 5.

Career Guidance. Summary. XIX: 2-27.

Career Network, Amherst, item on, Summer 2004, p. 11.

Career, survey of fields chosen by alumni, Winter 1986, p. 4.

Careers in Education and Teaching. (Frederick S. Allis, Jr.) IV: 157

Careers, in public service organizations, Spring 2004, p. 8.

Careers. Plans of Class of 1964. XVII: 1-32.

Careers. X: 1-22.

Carfield, James. Ostendarp Must Rebuild Amherst Eleven. XVII: 2-33.

Carington, William '53, Summer '79, p. 19.

Carl Lamson at the Piano. Lu Clark. IX: 3-10.

Carlan, Andrew E. P'95, letter from, Winter 1994, p. 43.

Carlen, Robert '57, letter from, Fall 2001, p. 39.
      letter from, Winter 1986, p. 32.
      Letter from, Summer 1989, p. 35.
      Letter from, Fall 1988, p. 32.
      letter from, Fall '82, p. 36-37.
      Letter from, Winter '83, p. 26.
      Letter from, Summer 1984, p. 71.

Carley, Edward Albert '20, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 29.

Carlin, George P. '46, letter from, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 43.

Carlozzi, Carl A. The Five Colleges and their Environment. XXII: 3-29.

Carlson, Robert Henry '36, obituary, Summer '78, p. 70.

Carman, Douglas '24, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 49.

Carmel, Robert '58, obituary, Fall 1996, p. 82.

Carnavaron's Castle and the Craigshaw Curse. Jean Webb. XXII: 3-23.

Carnival Crossroads: The Stor of Times Square. W. G. Rogers and Mildred Weston. (H. W. H.) XIII: 1-25.

Carpenter, John Tilden '14, obituary, Summer '77, p. 64.

Carpenter, Patricia B., Secretary for Grant Programs, Summer '80, p. 6.

Carr, Adrienne, appointed assistant dean of admission, Fall 1986, p. 14.

Carr, Charles S. (Alcoa: An American Enterprise.) IV: 165

Carr, Norman '58, letter from, Summer 2004, p. 41.

Carr, Phillip Oglevee '39, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 84.

Carr, William Henry, Jr. '31, obituary, Winter 1977, p. 82.

Carre, Jeffrey J., honored by the government of France, (photograph of, p. 3), Spring '82, p. 2.
      Obituary story, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 5-6.

Carrie, Richard L. '45, letter from, Winter 1994, p. 42.

Carrington, Laura '80, cover of magazine, Spring '81.

Carsley, Sidney Hopkins '33, obituary, Spring '81, p. 62.

Carson, David Byers Jr. '43, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 57.

Carson, Robert Nickerson '26, obituary, Fall '81. p. 69.

Carson, Robert P. '66, letter from, Fall 1991, p. 38.
      Letter from, Spring 1992, p. 35.

Carson, Robert Sterling '46, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 75.

Carson, Samuel Pirie '42, obituary, Summer '78, p. 71.

Carter, Gwendolyn, editor. Five African States: Responses to Diversity. XVI: 3-31.

Carter, Joseph C. '63. The Sculpture of Taras. XXVIII: 4-30.

Carter, W. Harrison, and Snavely, William P. Intermediate Economic Analysis. XIII: 4-22.

Cartoon. Edwin Lepper. XII: 2-21

Carus, Stephen '52, death notice, Summer 1995, p. 68.

Carving Out Security in the Philippines. E.L. Cross. VI: 1-15.

Cary, Jane D., named assistant dean of students and assistant director of career counseling, Fall 1986, p. 15.

Cary, Michael S., Assistant Dean of Admission, Summer '82, p. 2.

Cary, Otis '43, is honored in Tokyo, Spring 1988, p. 4.
      Retires, Summer 1992, p. 7.
      Awarded Medal for Eminent Service, Summer 1993, p. 14.
      Letter from, Spring 1994, p. 44.
      promoted to full professor, Spring 1977, p. 5.
      Winter '78, p. 6.
      Winter '78, p. 29.
      Arranged JHG's visit to Japan, Summer '81, p. 13.
      Honored for distinguished service for Kyoto Prefecture and by the university for more than 10 years' service as a trustee Fall 1985, p. 13
      Amerika-shi no Hiniku. Translation of the Irony of American History by Reinhold Niebuhr. VII: 4-28.
      Nihon tono Taidan--Watakushi no Hikaku Bunka Ron. XXIII: 4-23.
      Report from Doshisha. VI: 3-4.
      and John F. Howes. Japan's Modern Prophets: Uchimura Kanzo. XI: 2-23;
      editor. Adams-Ke No Hitobito: America Seiji Bunka No Rehishi (The Adams Family - A Study in American Politics and Culture). XVIII: 2-32.
      II:109
      Kanzo Uchimura. X: 1-12.
      Return from Japan. III: 64
      Three Years in Amherst House. III: 103
      Report on Doshisha. III:  108
      Return to Doshisha. IV: 62

Cary, Rev. George E. '07. Honored by Haverhill Lodge. VII: 1-21.

Case of the Missing Lady Slippers. E. King Graves. V: 2-50.

Case, Bill '49 and Nancy, in Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Fall 1999, inside back cover.

Case, Joe Paul, Dean of Financial Aid, Fall '81, p. 6.
      interview with, Spring 1997, p. 9.
      member of NAICU's Commission on Financing Higher Education, Fall 1988, p. 12.
      Included in article on Federal Direct Student Loan Program, Winter 1994, p. 7.

Case, Leonard L. '27, obituary, Summer '78, p. 69.

Case, Willard C. '49, received Distinguished Service Award, Winter 1995, p. 10.

Casey, Madeline, honored during Women's Week, Spring '81, p. 31.

Cassedy, Pierce Anderson '43, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 96.

Cassel, Paul Allison '49, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 50.

Cassels, Edwin Henry, Jr. '29, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 44.

Castiglia, Christopher '83, book received, Fall 1996, p. 44.

Castimore, John T. '45, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Castro, Yanira '94E, article on, Fall 1998, p. 13.

Cathedral. Edward Ames Richards. (Carter Revard) XII: 4-24

Catlin, Herbert Philo '28, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 42.

Cattell, David Tredwell '45, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 85.
      Secret Diplomacy and the Spanish Civil War. X: 3-28.

Catto, Alistair J.A., new administrator, Fall '78, p. 17.
      Assistant Secretary for Capital Programs, Summer '80, p. 6.

Caudle, Daniel Burt '36, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 45.

Caulfield, John Delano '30, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 54.

Caulkins, Robert Sharp '19, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 41.

Cavers, David F. '55, notice of death, Summer 2001, p. 90.

Cecil, William Barnes '45, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 54.
      Central Intelligence Agency, The College and the, Fall '78, p. 10.
      Relationship between the College and the CIA, Winter '79, p. 12.

Cedarholm, William John '25, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 40.

Celebration in Music. XX: 4-13.

Celebration of renovation of historic 18-inch Alvin Clark telescope, Spring 2001, p. 7.

Cellular Physiology. Henry T. Yost. XXIV: 4-24.

Census, Amherst and the. (John B. O'Brien.) III: 55

Centenary to Hail Hub Headmaster. (Reprint from Christian Science Monitor on Walter F. Downey. VII: 1-13.

Ceremony and Other Poems. (Richard Wilbur.) III: 202

Cernuschi, Claude, book review by, Spring 2003, p. 32.

Cerutti, John '85E, article on, Fall 1987, p. 19.

Cesarini, J. Patrick '86, Mayo-Smith intern in admission, Fall 1986, p. 28.

Chace, H. Ross Jr. '62, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 85.

Chace, Hugh Ross '27, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 50.
      Obituary, Fall 1991, p. 50.
      whale story, (photograph of), Fall '80, p. 22-23.
      Book review by, Fall '80, p. 28.

Chace, Robert Thompson '24, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 47.

Chace, William M., awarded honorary degree, Fall 1990, p. 7.

Chadbourne, Robert D., story by, June '79, p. 17.

Chalfant, John Marshall II '32, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 49.

Challenge gift, College receives $25 million, Winter 1996, p. 2.

Challenge Grant, Fall 1985, p. 5.

Challenge to American Foreign Policy, The. John J. McCloy. VI: 4-25.

Chamberlain, Robert Haines '50, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 94.

Chamberlain, Robert Strong '50, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 68.

Chamberlain, Sydney D. XI: 1-16

Chamberlain, Sydney Dakin '14, (photograph of), Summer '77, p. 33.
      Obituary, Winter '81, p. 58.

Chamberlain, Sydney Dakin Jr. '43, obituary, Spring '82, p. 62.

Chambers, Bradford '43, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 39.

Chambers, J. Clarence Jr. '30, honorary degree citation, Summer '80, p. 11.

Chambers, J. Clarence, in Ewing Hospital Post. IV: 50

Chambers, Julius L., awarded honorary degree, Fall 1987, p. 7.

Champenois, Julien-Jacques. II:103

Champion Sprinter, The, and the Hoped for Record. Poem. Richard Aldridge. X: 1-21.

Chandler, Edward '36, obituary, Fall 1984.

Chandler, Lester V. II:64
      retired alumni business volunteer, Spring 1977, p. 19.

Chandler, Robert B. '25, notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Chang, Lisa E. '82, letter from, Summer 2004, p. 41.

Changing Student Attitudes. John Orders '64. XXVIII: 2-23.

Changing World of Amherst, The. F. Curtis Canfield. XV: 2-11.

Changing World of Education, The. XVIII: 4-32.

Chapel, Evening: An Experiment. Michael C. Gallant. XX: 2-21.

Chapel. New Prayer. I:10
      The Little. I:11
      X: 1-20.

Chapell, Chip and Meg, new innkeepers of Lord Jeffery Inn, Spring 1991, p. 11.

Chapin Building. IX: 3-5, X: 1-20, 2-16. XI: 3-17, 19

Chapin Chapel, Newman Club commissions set of liturgical quilts for, Winter 1993, p. 6.

Chapin, Alexis, Publications Coordinator, Fall '77, p. 19.

Chapin, James. His portrait of Robert Frost presented to College. XIV: 1-21.

Chapin, Robert Crins '09, obituary, Spring '81, p. 58.

Chapin, Samuel A. XI: 2-26
      Death of XII: 1-21

Chapin, Samuel Austin – Amherst’s Senior Alumnus. Marcus P. Kiley. IX: 4-19.
      Will celebrate 100th birthday. X: 4-15.

Chapin, Wallace Arey '50, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 48.

Chapman, Brainerd '33, (photograph of), Summer '77, p. 40.
      Book is reviewed, Fall '80, p. 27.

Chapman, Frances, article on her death, Fall 1992, p. 11.

Chapman, Frederick Leslie '15, Summer 1987, p. 42.

Chapman, J. Parker '35, notice of death, Spring 2004, p. 111.

Chapman, John Edward '41, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 100.

Chapman, John W. '30, notice of death, Spring 2002, p. 89.

Chapman, William G. '16, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 46.

Chappell, William Rogers '35, obituary, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 51.

Character Building and Higher Education. Ordway Tead. VI: 1-20.

Charge to the Seniors. John William Ward. XXV: 1-10.

Charges Raised. X: 3-18.

Charles, Jean-Luc S. '95E, named a National Endowment for the Humanities Younger Scholar for 1993, Summer 1993, p. 3.

Charles, John R. '33, obituary, Winter '83, p. 61.

Charles, Robert Simpson '29, obituary, Summer '77, p. 66.

Charren, Peggy, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1999, p. 10.

Chase, Aurin Moody Jr. '26, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 78.

Chase, George W. '52, notice of death, p. 81.

Chase, Philip Redfield '27, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 43.

Chase, Warren M. '25, death notice, Winter 1995, p. 63.

Chaucer, Geoffrey. A Reading of the Canterbury Tales. Bernard F. Ruppe. XVII: 3-34.

Chazen, Geoffrey David '80, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 86.
      Obituary, Summer 1998, p. 95.

Cheating, at Amherst on the rise, Winter 2004, p. 2.

Cheating, increase in, Summer 2001, p. 5.

Checchi, Al '70, article on, Fall 1994, p. 13.

Chell, Oscar Leander '16, obituary, Fall '78, p. 64.

Chemical Research. X: 3-20.

Chemistry and Physiology of Growth, The. (Edited by Arthur K. Parpart.) II:115

Chemistry. Neutron source received from Atomic Energy Commission. X: 2-18.

Chen, Tsuh Yang '90, letter from, Winter 2000, p. 36.

Cheney, John T., faculty honor, June '79, p. 15.

Cheney, Prof. Jack, included in article on science equipment, Spring 1992, p. 20.

Cheney, Prof. John T., NSF awards grant to college to support project directed by, Fall 1994, p. 6.
      Named the James E. Ostendarp Professor, Fall 1996, p. 10.
      News of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 36.
      Awarded NSF research grant, Fall 2000, p. 7.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 6.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 5.

Chernin, Mallorie, named conductor and director of the Choral Music Program, Fall 1986, p. 14.

Chernyshevskii. Francis B. Randall. (Murray Peppard) XX: 4-39.

Cherrington, Mark, is new College Editor, Winter 2003, p. 10.
      Article by, on Malcolm Brown '56 and Jim Manwell '70 and their Vestas V-47 wind turbine, Spring 2003, p. 11.
      Book review by, Summer 2003, p. 33.
      Article by, on Blaine Rawdon '73, Spring 2004, p. 22.
      Article by, on Professor of Psychology Catherine Sanderson, Summer 2004, p. 28.

Chese, Philip R. Member, New York State Legislature. XVI: 1-21.

Cheung, Irene '96, sports section by, Fall 1996, p. 36.
      Sports section by, Winter 1997, p. 33.
      Sports section by, Spring 1997, p. 27.
      Sports section by, Summer 1997, p. 32.
      Sports section by, Fall 1997, p. 30.
      Sports section by, Spring 1998, p. 26.
      Sports section by, Winter 1998, p. 28.
      Sports section by, Summer 1998, p. 32.

Cheyette, Frederic L., essay selected as winner in competition, Spring 1977, p. 5
      Arthur H. Cole Prize, Fall '77, p. 19.
      Guggenheim Fellowship, Summer '81, p. 14.
      book received, Winter 2002, p. 31.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 2002, p. 35.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 5.
      Receives book award, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 4.

Chi Phi -Harlem Visitors. XI: 3-22

Chia, Katherine Kai-Sun '88, joins Board of Trustees, Winter 2001, p. 5.

Chiasson, Dan '93, book review by, Summer 1999, p. 37.

Chiba, Tsunegoro '36, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Chibouk, Edgar Adreas '32, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 61.

Chickering, Howell D. Jr., article by, on men's squash, Spring 1995, p. 29.
      Named G. Armour Craig Professor of Language and Literature, Fall 1995, p. 9.
      "What They Are Reading," Winter 2001, p. 35.
      book is published, Spring 1977, p. 5.
      Book received, Spring 1977, p. 31.
      Article by, Summer '78, p. 36.
      Article by, Winter '79, p. 18.
      Interdisciplinary freshman courses, December '79, p. 9.
      co-editor of books, delivered lecture, etc., Summer 1989, p. 5.
      Book review by, Spring 1990, p. 29.

Chieppo, Thomas Nicholas '33, obituary, Summer 1985, p. 31.

Child Development and Personality. (Second edition) Paul Henry Mussen, John Janeway Conger, and Jerome Kagan. (Rose R. Olver) XVI: 1-33.

Children of the Morning. E. Merrill Root. XXVII: 2-23.

Childs, Maurice F. Presented Mount Vernon's Distinguished Citizen Award for 1960. XIII: 4-15.
      Retirement. XII: 3-37

China and Chinese-American Relations. Lectures and panel discussion. XX: 2-29.

China and Christianity: The Missionary Movement and the Growth of Chinese Antiforeignism, 1860-1870. Paul A. Cohen. XVII: 2-39.

China. Future of Sino-American Relations. XX: 4-2.

Chinese Export Porcelain for the American Trade 1785-1835. Jean McClure Mudge. (Reginald F. French XVI: 4-34.

Chinitz, David E. '54, book received, Spring 2004, p. 40.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 2004, p. 3S.

Chisholm, Arthur Roland, Jr. '64, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 47.

Choate, Alexander '53, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 69.

Choate, Stuart King Jr. '34, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 50.

Choffnes, David R. '02, book received, Spring 2004, p. 40.

Chomsky, Noam, lectures by, Spring 1991, p. 5.
      received honorary degree, Summer 1995, p. 5.

Choosing A Private School. John C. Esty, Jr. XXVI: 4-29.

Choral Society tours, Fall 1988, p. 9.

Chrisler, Tanner Shiel '50, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 50.

Chrisler, William Perry Jr. '45, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 76.

Chrisman, Dr. O. Donald. Receives award from American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. XVII: 3-31.

Christ and Ourselves: A Clue to Christian Life Today. Roger Hazelton. (John Pemberton) XVIII: 1-41.

Christenson, Leon Richard '49, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 59.

Christenson, Robert A. '52, death notice, Spring 1997, p. 72.

Christian Association. IX: 3-19.

Christian Ritual in the World of Shakespeare's Tragedies. Herbert C. Coursen, Jr. XXVIII: 4-29.

Christiano, J. C. '91, letter from, Spring 1999, p. 33.

Christians and Jews: Dialogue. Roland de Corneille. XIX: 3-41.

Christmas Party. (Alpha Delta Phi.) II:143

Chu, Ernest '68, book is reviewed, December '79, p. 20.

Chu, Ernest D. Junior Year in India. XX: 3-11.

Chung, Jacob '97, included in article on Amherst-NIH Research Fellowship, Winter 1999, p. 6.

Church Across the Street, The. (Reginald D. Manwell and Sophia Lyons Fahs.) II:150

Church, Peter Van Nuys '78, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 41.

Church, Richard E. M.D. '41, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 90.

Church, Robert Goodell, Jr. '42, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 54.

Churchill, Jordan Combes '29, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 61.

Churchill, Lawrence Whitfield Jr. '35, obituary, June '80, p. 78.

Cicco, Paul De '27, obituary, Fall '77, p. 61.

Ciepiela, Catherine A. '83, first woman graduate named to a tenure-track position, Spring 1992, p. 7.
      Miner D. Crary Summer Fellow for 1993-94, Fall 1993, p. 9.
      paragraph on her recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 7.
      Organized symposium, Fall 1996, p. 10.
      News of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 4.
      Mellon Fellowship, Spring '83, p. 7.

Cisneros, Henry G., awarded honorary degree, Fall 1987, p. 7.

Cities of Our Past and Present. Wilson Smith, editor. (Theodore S. Bacon, Jr.) XVII: 1-42.

Cities Seek to Solve Urban Problems. Patrick Healy. XXI: 3-3.

Citizen Poke, article on, Summer 1995, p. 24.

Civic Education in the United States: A Directory of Organizations. Robert Horwitz. VIII: 2-22.

Civil Rights. Accord and Dissent - Four Efforts to Rescue Human Resources. XVII: 2-2.
      Conference. XVII: 4-20.

Civil Service of Pakistan, The: Bureaucracy in a New Nation. Henry Frank Goodnow. XVII: 2-39.

Civin, Curt I. M.D. '70, book he contributed to is received, Fall 1995, p. 40.
      Received honorary degree, Summer 2001, p. 10.
      Article on, Winter 2004, p. 13.

Claflin, Edward B. '72, book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.
      book is reviewed, Fall 1976, p. 29.

Clampitt, Amy, interview with, Winter 1986, p. 13.

Clamurro, Gary D. '72, letter from, Summer 1989, p. 35.

Clapp, David A. '69, letter by, June '80, p. 38.

Clapp, Edwin R. Co-editor. (The College Quad.) IV: 19

Clapp, George Ewing '13, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 34.

Clapp, Ralph Sheldon '23, obituary, June '80, p. 76.

Clapp, Roger H. '50, book received, Winter 1999, p. 37.

Clapp, Stephen Atwater '41, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 70.

Clapperton, Caroline, article on, Winter 1987, p. 10.

Clare, Harry Edmund '33, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 69.

Clark, Admond C. They Built Clipper Ships in Their Back Yard. XVI: 2-30.

Clark, Admont G. '40, book received, Spring 1993, p. 38.

Clark, Alden H. (Edwin St. John Ward, 1900.) IV: 54

Clark, Allen '55, article by, on Chris Jochnick '57 and Roger Normand '57, Summer 1997, p. 27.
      Letter from, Winter 1995, p. 36.

Clark, Barkley '62, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.

Clark, Carol C., article translated into Chinese, Fall 1996, p. 11.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 10.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 6.
      book is published, Fall 1993, p. 10.

Clark, Danny, building a terpsiptomaton, Winter '81, p. 19.

Clark, Deborah, awarded stipend for travel by the Thomas J. Watson Foundation, Summer 1984, p. 57.

Clark, Dwight Nelson '14, obituary, Spring '81, p. 58.

Clark, Edgar Edmund Jr. '33, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 48.

Clark, Edward Orlow, Jr. '20, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 29.

Clark, Franklin Stetson '16, obituary, Summer '77, p. 64.

Clark, George Dallas '27, obituary, Winter 1977, p. 81.

Clark, Gregory Browne '80, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 56.

Clark, Homer Harrison Jr. '39, honorary degree citation, Summer '79, p. 12.

Clark, J. M. Tribute by George R. Taylor. XVI: 3-26.

Clark, John Buttrick '27, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 41.

Clark, John D. '17, notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Clark, John Maurice '05. Retires as John Bates Clark Professor at Columbia. V: 4-146.

Clark, Kevin M. '78, received summer stipend, Summer '81, p. 15.

Clark, Lu. Carl Lamson at the Piano. IX: 3-10.

Clark, Maurice A. Jr. '50, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 55.

Clark, Rev. James H. Baccalaureate sermon. XX: 1-10.

Clark, Richard James Sr. '28, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 44.

Clark, Robert Baxter '35, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 62.

Clark, Roger '55, reunion gift, Summer '80, p. 6.

Clark, Stephen L. '75, book he edited is reviewed, Winter 1988, p. 27.
      Book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.
      book received, Winter 1999, p. 40.
      Assistant Alumni Secretary, Spring '83, p. 7.

Clark, Stetson. Cuter Tooter. X: 1-29.

Clark, The Rev. Deene D., appointed part-time religious advisor, Fall 1986, p. 13.
      Included in article on the homelessness, Spring 1988, p. 8.
      Plans trip to Washington, D.C. for the homeless, Spring 1989, p. 4.
      news of Fall 1999, p. 10.

Clark, William Smith II. Attends groundbreaking ceremony at Hokkaido University. IX: 4-20.

Clark, William Smith. First President, Hokkaido University. IX: 4-20.

Clark, William Whitcomb '33, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 55.

Clark, Wilson D. '39, notice of death, Fall 2002, p. 85.

Clarke, Angus Warner, Jr. '37, obituary, Summer 1992, p. 51.

Clarke, Charles Patrick '41, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 90.

Clarke, Dexter Ayres '38, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 40.

Clarke, Edward M. '69, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 72.

Clarke, Henry Gisler '26, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 41.
      Clarke Memorial, Summer '77, p. 24.

Clarke, James Franklin '28, obituary, Winter '83, p. 60.

Clarke, Leon Whipple '30, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 43.

Clarke, Philip Hyde '36, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 51.

Clarke, Rev. James F., Clarke Memorial, Summer '77, p. 24.

Clarke, Richard Warner '19, obituary, June '80, p. 74.

Clarke, Rick '67, letter from, Fall 1984, p. 29.

Clarke, Samuel Henry '65, obituary, Winter 1998, p. 73.

Clarke, Thomas H. '74, letter from, Summer 1990, p. 31.

Class Agents. XI: 3-inside front cover; XII: 3-inside back cover

Class of 1959, Ten-Year View of the. Robert C. Birney. XX: 2-8.

Class of 1963. After-graduation plans. XVI: 1-23.

Class of 1964. Career plans. XVII: 1-32.

Class of 1966. Nearly 90 percent plan graduate study. XIX: 1-27.

Class of 1969, Suggestions to. You Can Try Things On. John William Ward. XVIII: 2-25.

Class of 1971. Applications. XX: 1-20.

Class of 1976. XXV: 2-19.

Class of 2007, item on, Spring 2003, p. 8.

Class Officers. Sessions at Amehrst. IX: 2-19.

Classes. XI: 1-30, 2-33, 3-33, 4-56; XII: 1-35, 2-27. 3-30, 4-53. XV: 1-54; 2-45; 3-43; 4-53; XVI: 1-58; 2-40; 3-38; 4-59. XVII: 1-53, 2-31, 3-49, 4-55: XVIII: 1-50, 2-56, 3-57, 4-57. XIX: 1-52, 2-49, 3-53, 4-57; XX: 1-42, 2-54, 3-52, 4-52. XXVII: 1-28, 2-29, 3-64, 4-34. XXVIII: 1-32, 2-34, 3-59, 4-33.

Classical Field Theory. Davison E. Soper. XXVIII: 4-30.

Classical Myths in Sculpture. (Walter Raymond Agard.) IV: 65

Classics In Translation. Edited by Paul MacKendrick and Herbert M. Howe. V: 1-19.

Claus, William H. '37, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 51.

Clausen, W. V. Faculty Book Reviews. XII: 3-24
      editor. A. Persi Flacci Saturarum Liber. IX: 4-33.

Clauson, James W., Jr. '61. Reflecting on a College Weekend. XXI: 3-10.

Clauson, James Wilson '34, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 83.

Clayton, Alden G. '42, letter from, Winter 1994, p. 43.

Clayton, Constance E., awarded honorary degree, Fall 1990, p. 7.

Clayton, Donald Merrill '31, obituary, Summer '80, p. 63.

Cleaveland, Edwards Harden '34, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 76.

Cleaves, Robert Jr. '30, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 49.

Clements, Bradley '84, letter from, Fall 1989, p. 30.

Clements, Rex Stowers Jr. '60, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 82.
      Obituary, Winter 2000, p. 89.

Cleveland Boys School, The. Francis H. Manwell. XIV: 4-9.
      Letters. XV: 1-33.

Clifton, Robert Stanley '35, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 71.

Climate of Learning, The: A Constructive Attack on Complacency in American Colleges. Ordway Tead. (Gail Kennedy) XI: 4-27

Clinical Management of Renal Failure. Maurice B. Strauss. VIII: 4-25.

Clinton, Chelsea, photo of wearing Amherst College sweatshirt, Winter 1996, p. 7.

Closson, Gervas Ely '40, obituary, p. 65.

Clough, Shepard B. with Charles W. Cole. Economic History of Europe 3rd ed.V: 4-160.

Clyne, C. Terence '28, obituary, Spring '82, p. 59.

Coan, Prescott '40, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 99.

Coat on a Stick: Late Poems. Rolfe Humphries. XXII: 4-27.

Coates, Stanley Gordon Sr. '53, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 103.

Cobau, Charles Duffy Jr. '76, obituary, Fall 1998, p. 72.

Cobau, William Duffy '24, obituary, Fall '80, p. 58.

Cobb, Charles Wiggins '40, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 72.
      I:16

Cobb, Edward D. '50, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 119.

Cobb, George H. II '45, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 116.

Cobb, Harold Wilson '36, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 34.

Cobb, James Redfield '34, obituary, June '79, p. 63.

Cobb, Richard A. '34, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 86.

Cobb, Theodore K. '39, obituary, Winter 2003, p. 90.

Cobb, W. Montague '25, honored in South Africa, Winter '78, p. 9.
      "Exceptional Black Scientists," Summer '81, p. 10.
      presented a plaque as "Senior Citizen of the Year" by the District of Columbia Federation of Civic Associations, Fall 1976, p. 11.
      Heads NAACP. XXVIII: 3-12.
      President, National Medical Association. XVI: 4-20.
      letter from, Summer 1986, p. 35.
      Article on his death, Winter 1990, p. 5.
      Obituary, Spring 1991, p. 45.

Cobden, Bruce '50, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 65.

Coben, Harlan '84, book is reviewed, Fall 1996, p. 40.
      Book is received, Summer 1997, p. 44.
      Book received, Summer 2000, p. 41.

Cobey, Milton C. '31, obituary, Winter '83, p. 61.

Cobham-Sander, Prof. C. Rhonda, awarded fellowship by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Fall 1994, p. 6.
      Paragraph on her recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 7.
      News of her activities, Fall 1997, p. 5.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 7.
      awarded fellowship for research on book, Summer 1989, p. 5.

Coburn, The Rev. John Bowen, XI: 3-24
      consecrated Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, Fall 1976, p. 4.
      Anne and the Sand Dobbies. XVII: 2-39.
      Minister: Man in the Middle. XVI: 1-35.
      Prayer and Personal Religion. IX: 4-33.
      The Spirit and the Holy Spirit. Chapel Talk. V: 3-106.
      Twentieth Century Spiritual Letters: An Introduction to Contemporary Prayer. XX: 4-40.

Cochane, Cornelius Rice Parsons '22, obituary, Winter '81, p. 59.

Cochran, Daniel '68, Campaign for Amherst dinner, Fall '80, p. 2.

Cochran, Thomas – A Poetic Nonagenarian with a  Typewriter. IX: 4-7.

Cochrane, Craig Parsons '17, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 44.

Cockley, Matthew Bronaugh '75, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 94.

Cody, Eric P. An Ensign's Graduation Address. XXV: 4-8.

Cody, Jeffrey W. '72, book received, Spring 2002, p. 33.

Cody, Morrill (Bill) '21. U. S. Information Radio Program in Spain. VII: 1-12.
      obituary, Spring 1988, p. 39.

Cody, Richard J. Named librarian. XXIII: 1-23.

Cody, Prof. Richard J., book review by, Summer 2000, p. 34.
      Retires, Summer 2002, p. 10.

Cody, Richard, book review by, Winter '80, p. 29.

Coe, Arthur Clinch '28, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 81.

Coe, Charles Norton ‘37 . Wordsworth and the Literature of Travel. VI: 1-21.
      obituary, Spring 1992, p. 55.
      Shakespeare’s Villains. X: 3-28.

Coeducation. XXII: 1-1, 3-2
      Letters. XXII: 4-30.
      A Feminine View. Joan Annett XXII: 3-3;
      A Faculty View. William W. Heath 3-6;
      A Trustee's View. Walter Gellhorn 3-6;
      The All-Male Bar Stool. Robert L. Williams 3-8.
      Recommended by President Ward. XXV: 2-18.
      Trustee statements. XXV: 3-64, 4-12
      Letters. XXV: 4-45, XXVI: 1-28, 4-32.
      Report. XXVI: 2-12.
      Final Consideration XXVII: l-Cover II; Approved XXVVII: 2-1.
      Letters XXVII: 1-26, 2-27, 3-1, 3-32, 3-61. XXVIII: 4-32.
      Address by President Ward XXVII: 3-19.
      Planning for Admission XXVII: 4-1.
      Amherst's Alumnae XXVII: 4-18.
      Comments from Another Amherst Alumna XXVIII: 1-22.
      10th anniversary celebration, Summer 1986, p. 3.
      book project to honor 20th anniversary of, Spring 1996, p. 7.
      Celebration of 25 years, Winter 2001, p. 4.
      Celebration of 25th year anniversary, Summer 2001, p. 6.
      Spring '78, p. 6.

Coey, John Smiley II '37, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 47.

Coey, Stewart Clark Jr. '31, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 62.

Coffee, article on Amherst switching to fair-trade coffee, Spring 2004, p. 10.

Coffin, Peter Robinson '44, obituary, Fall 1998, p. 67.

Cogswell, James Kelsey '43, obituary, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 52.

Cohan Dormitory, naming of, Winter 1989, p. 6.

Cohan, Deborah '90, included in Boston Marathon article, Summer 1988, p. 10.

Cohan, Donald S. '51, new dorm is named after, Winter 1989, p. 6.
      Reflections on Olympic Yachting. XXV: 3-5.

Cohen, Daniel A. '79, book is reviewed, Winter 1995, p. 43.
      Book he edited and introduced received, Spring 1998, p. 40.
      book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.
      Fall '78, p. 3.

Cohen, Ira '45, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 5.

Cohen, Matt '75, letter on, Summer '77, p. 29.

Cohen, Milton Allen '35, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 63.

Cohen, Paul A. China and Christianity: The Missionary Movement and the Growth of Chinese Antiforeignism, 1860-1870. XVII: 2-39.

Cohen, Ronald Hoffman '34, obituary, Winter 1998, p. 69.

Cohen, Stephen B. Traveling Summer Seminar. (Summer 1966) XIX: 3-15.

Cohler, Charles B. '62, Summer '79, p. 19.

Cohn, Edwin Joseph '14. Obituary. VI: 3-7.

Cohn, Eric M. '42, letter from, Spring 1990, p. 31.

Cohn, George Jr. '31, obituary, Fall '81, p. 70.

Cohn, Jay B. '42, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 69.

Cohn, Steven Mark '69, book received, Spring 1998, p. 36.

Coinage of the Roman Republic, The. Edward A. Sydenham. V: 4-161.

Coke, no longer served in Valentine, Summer 1989, p. 4.

Colby College Music Center. XII: 3-13

Colby College, Amherst Men at. XI: 4-21

Colby, Lyndon Lionel '23, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 42.

Cold Spring Project. IV: 201

Cold War, The. Ford Foundation Research Report on "Is There an End to the Cold War?". XVI: 1-37.

Cole Cites Monogamy Among American Youth. John Dower. IX: 4-7.

Cole Era, The. Peter Schrag. XII: 1-2
      Comment on by: Arthur F. Ells, XII: 1-4;
      J. J. McCloy. XII: 1-3

Cole, Charles W. '27, Society of the Alumni, Summer '77, p. 5.
      Story on, Winter '78, p. 2.
      Scholarship fund, Spring '78, inside back cover.
      Receives medal from Honduras. XXIII: 1-17.
      Alumni Council. III: 108
      Parents Day. III: 109
      On Military Service. III: 109; 151
      TIAA Trustee. III: 113
      Stanley King. III: 190
      American Youth Goes Monogamous. IX: 4-2.
      Amherst – A Small College. IX: 1-8.
      Given two months’ leave. IX: 3-26.
      Year’s first chapel service. IX: 2-17; X: 2-16.
      Amherst and its Faculty. VIII: 1-11.
      Functions of a College. VII: 1-20; 3-21.
      Commencement. IV: 9
      Opening of College. IV: 57
      Alumni Council Meeting. IV: 110
      Message to Alumni News. I:facing 1
      Commencement. II:10
      Opening of College. II:58
      Tribute to Dr. Stearns. II:101
      Invitation to Commencement. II:facing 183
      The Role of the Ambassador. XVII: 3-8.
      XI: 1-9
      A Matter of Faith. XII: 1-7
      Charge to Seniors. XII: 1-7
      Resignation of XII: 1-1
      Vice President, Rockefeller Foundation. XII: 2-7
      editor. Journalist, by Herbert Brucker. XV: 3-32.
      Remarks at Trinity library dedication. V: 3-102.
      Reply to Bard's protest on Fraternity membership. V: 3-112.
      To vist Japan V: 3-113.
      Economic History of Europe (3rd ed.). V: 4-160.
      Named director Fund for the Republic. V: 4-155.
      Return from Japan. V: 5-187.
      Paternalism and Responsibility (opening chapel address). VI: 2-2.
      Reports at Alumni Council VI: 3-11.
      What Is A College Education? VI: 4-10.
      Amherst - A Symbol of Hope. XIII: 1-16.
      Ambassador to Chile. XIV: 2-5.
      Presented portrait of Mrs. Cole. XIII: 1-11, 13.

Cole, Harry Wing '15, obituary, December '79, p. 65.

Cole, John O. Lord Amherst and the Alumni Fund. IX: 4-17.

Cole, John Orton. Obituary. XIV: 1-10.

Cole, Johnnetta B. The Black Way of Life: An Antrhopologist's Approach. XXIII: 4-11.

Cole, Joseph G. '15. Obituary XXVIII: 1-69.

Cole, Katharine Salmon. Obituary. XXIV: 4-14.

Cole, Kendall M. '44, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 115.

Cole, Mrs. Charles W. Presented silver bowl by Alumni Council. XIII: 1-13.

Cole, Stephen (Rev. Gale D. Webbe). The Hell of It. XIII: 1-25.

Cole, Stephen. Pitcher and I. XV: 4-26.

Cole, T. Gerald. Amherst Tomorrow. Letters. XX: 4-41.

Cole, Thomas, college acquires oil paintings by, Winter 1994, p. 8.

Coleman, Arthur L. Jr. '45, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 77.

Coleman, Horace Coates, Jr. '36, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 44.

Coleman, John H. Thomas McKean, Forgotten Leader of the Revolution. XXVIII: 1-28.

Coleman, John M. (The Development of Tactical Services in the Army Air Forces.) III: 66

Coleman, John MacDonald '40, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 77.

Coleman, William Thaddeus Jr., received honorary degree at Commencement, Summer 1976, p. 6.

Coleman, Winsor Olney '42, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 71.

Colgan, Howard O. Jr. '32, honorary degree citation (photograph of), Summer '80, p. 11.
      obituary, Fall 1996, p. 77.
      Elected life trustee. XIX: 3-26.

Collected Poems of Rolfe Humphries. Rolfe Humphries. (Walker Gibson) XVIII: 4.-28.

Collectivism and the Campus: The Battle for the Mind in American Colleges. E. Merrill Root. VIII: 4-25.

Collector's Choice. Peter Marks. XXIV: 4-23.

College Activities.
      V: 1-14, 15, 16; 2-56; 3-104, 115; 4-151; 5-194;
      VI: 1-12, 2-12, 3-12, 4-14.
      VII: 1-22; 2-17; 3-22; 4-18;
      VIII: 1-21; 2-16; 3-21; 4-15.
      IX: 1-22, 2-17, 3-19, 4-22;
      X: 1-20, 2-16, 3-18, 4-12.
      XI: 1-14; 2-15, 3-18, 4-19;
      XII: 1-18, 2-14, 3-16, 4-18
      XIII: 1-17, 2-14, 3-24, 4-14;
      XIV: 1-21, 2-19, 3-21, 4-17.
      XV: 1-24, 2-24; 3-25; 4-19;
      XVI: 1-22; 2-21; 3-16; 4-22.
      XVII: 1-30, 2-27, 3-27.
      XXI: 1-24, 2-17, 3-14, 4-11.
      XXII: 1-20, 2-22, 3-17, 4-11.
      XXIII: 1-16, 23; 2-13;
      XXIV: 1:22; 2-20; 4-19.
      The Strike. XXIII: 1-16.
      Retirements, Appointments. XXIII: 1-23, 2-17; XXIV: 1-22.
      Summer Programs. XXIV: 1-23.
      XXV: 1-21, 2-17, 3-15, 4-10.
      XXVI: 1-20, 2-12, 3-21, 4-4.

College Ahead! E. S. Wilson and C. A. Bucher. XI: 1-17

College Calendar. V: 1-inside front cover. VI: 1-front cover. VII: l-backleaf. VIII: I-backleaf. IX: 1-2; X: 1-26, 3-6. XIII: 2-19, 3-25; XIV: 2-20, 3-22, 4-20. XVI: 4-10. XXIII: 1-10. XXIV: 1-25.
      1973-74. XXVI: 1-10.
      1974-75 XXVII: 1-10;
      1975-76 XXVIII: 1-15.

College Chest Drive. II:108

College Chest. IV: 112

College Cost, Spring '78, p. 2.

College Council. Introduced to campus. XIX: 2-26.

College of Tomorrow, The. Philip H. Coombs. IX: 3-2.

College of Tomorrow, The. XIV: 4-33.

College Quad, The, A Collection of Freshman Readings. (Edited by Edwin R. Clapp, Sydney W. Angleman and Hector H. Lee.) IV: 19

College Student, The. A seminar of students from coast to coast. XIII: 4-30.

College Student's Handbook, The. Eugene S. Wilson and Abraham Lass. XVIII: 1-40.

College Teacher: 1959, The. (Reprint) XI: 4-32

College Teaching and College Learning. (Ordway Tead.) I:18

College, The XXVII: 1-18, 2-5, 3-1, 4-1; XXVIII: 1-18, 2-1, 3-1, 4-1.

College, The, and The Hobgoblin. Leo Marx. XIII: 1-2.

Colleges and the Schools. XII: 2-6

Collegiate Faith - 1955. James A. Martin, Jr. VIII: 1-3.

Collery, Arnold P., article on his death, Summer 1989, p. 4.
      Fall '77, p. 15.
      Winter '79, p. 3.
      Named Clarence Francis Professor. XXVI: 4-6.
      National Income and Employment Analysis. XIX: 2-42.

Collins, Arthur Andrews '31, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 48.

Collins, Bradford R. '64, book received, Summer 1996, p. 46.

Collins, Cyril K. '24, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 35.

Collins, George Irving '48, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 53.

Collins, Marva, honorary degree citation, Summer '82, p. 8.

Collins, Matthew C. '94, wrote sports section, Fall 1994, p. 34.
      Wrote sports section, Winter 1995, p. 36.
      Contributed to sports section, Spring 1995, p. 32.
      Book review by, Spring 1995, p. 38.
      Wrote sports section, Summer 1995, p. 32.
      Article by, on Ruth Davidon '87, Fall 1995, p. 19.
      Article by, on Reeves Callaway '70, Spring 1996, p. 18.

Collins, Sheldon McGirr '36, obituary, Spring 1977, p. 63.

Collins, Stephen '69, article on, Fall 1993, p. 25.
      book received, Fall 1998, p. 40.

Collins, Tucker '75, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1998, p. 9.

Collins, William W. '53, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 72.

Color Planning for Business and Industry. Howard Ketcham. (Frank A. Trapp) XI: 3-26

Color: Its Theory and Application. Howard Ketchum. (William H. Darr) IX: 2-26.

Colorado String Quartet, article on their residency at Amherst, Winter 1996, p. 8.

Colquhoun, Norman Walker '43, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 54.

Colton, Raymond Morse '19, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 47.

Colton, Thomas Marvin '37, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 82.

Coltrane: A Biogranhy. C. O. Simpkins XXVIII: 1-28.

Colucci, Lucian Joseph '37, honorary degree citation, Summer ‘77, p. 7.
      Obituary, Summer 1985, p. 32.

Colvin, Timothy '61, June '80, p. 36.
      Notice of his death, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 6.
      Obituary, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 52.

Combs, Charles Warren '36, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 84.

Comeau, Robert '96, article on, Summer 2001, p. 22.

Comedy: “Laughter”, Henri Bergson; “An Essay on Comedy”, George Meredith. Introduction and Appendix by Wylie Sypher. IX: 2-26.

Comer, James Pierpont, awarded honorary degree at Commencement, Summer 1991, p. 4.

Comic Sense of Henry James, The. Richard Poirier. (William Pritchard) XIII: 3-34.

Commager, Henry Steele, named to serve as judge for National Book Awards, Winter 1977, p. 5.
      Awarded honorary degree at The American University, Spring 1977, p. 5. 1979
      Copeland Colloquium, Winter '79, p. 11.
      June '80, p. 6.
      Bullitt Professor in American History, Summer '81, p. 15.
      Photograph of during Freshman Orientation, Fall '81, p. 5.
      Reunion Weekend, Summer '82, p. 5.
      80th birthday party, (photograph of), Fall '82, p. 4.
      Recognized by the Unitarian Universalist Church, was named Most Distinguished Teacher of History by the New England History Teachers Assn., received awards from the Mass. and N.J. Civil Liberties Union.
      Received award from the Civic Education Foundation, Winter 1984, p. 23.
      obituary, Spring 1998, p. 2.
      presented "Notable Achievement Award" by Brandeis University, Fall 1987, p. 6.
      Received the 1987 Jefferson Medal from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education, Fall 1988, p. 12.
      Awarded the Bruce Catton Prize for Lifetime Achievement in the Writing of American History by the Society of American Historians, Fall 1990, p.5.
      Retires after 35 years of teaching at Amherst, Winter 1991-92, p. 2.
      Professorship to be established in his name, Winter 1991-92, p. 3.
      Retires, Summer 1992, p. 7.
      Book is published, Fall 1993, p. 10.
      Chief Consultant editor for Encyclopedia of American History. XXIII: 3-37.
      Crusaders for Freedom. XV: 3-32.
      Freedom and Order: A Commentary on the American Political Scene. XIX: 3-40.
      The Search for a Usable Past. And Other Essays in Historiography. XX: 1-33.
      The Commonwealth of Learning. XXI: 1-35.
      awarded an honorary degree (his 37th) from the University of Pennsylvania, Summer 1976, p. 20.
      Bicentennial Address. XII: 3-4
      -Man in the News. XIX: 4-49.
      and Morris, Richard B. J editors. The Spirit ot 'Seventy-Six. XIX: 4-29.
      editor. Living Ideas in America. XVII: 3-37.

Commencement 147th. XXI: 1-10.
      Address by Sol M. Linowitz. XXI: 1-10
      Baccalaureat Sermon. Lewis S. Mudge. XXI: 1-12.

Commencement 148th. Special July Issue 1969. Special Issue: 7.
      Toward a Defense of "Non-relevant" Education. Kenneth B. Clark. Special Issue: 10.
      Charge to the Seniors. Calvin Plimpton. Special Issue:16.
      Introduction. Frederick D. Baron. Special Issue:17.
      Senior Message (Rock Music) Larry Dilg. Special Issue: 17.
      Love Between the Generations. Jeffrey B. Abramson. Special Issue: 19.
      Senior Assembly Address. George A. Kateb. Special Issue: 23.
      Baccalaureate Address. F. Bruce Morgan. Special Issue:26.

Commencement Address, 1992, Summer 1992, p. 24.

Commencement Addresses.
      David J. Tritschler. XXV: 1-18,
      George R. Johnson, Jr. XXVI: 1-16,
      Robert D. Murphy. XXVI.: 1-18.

Commencement.
      I:11; II:10; II:facing 183
      III: 8
      IV: 7
      (131st) V: 1-3.
      (132nd) VI: 1-2.
      133rd. VII: 1-15.
      134th. VIII: 1-12.
      IX: 1-15; X: 1-6.
      XI: 1-6; XII: 1-14
      XIII: 1-10; XIV: 1-12.
      XV: 1-15.
      Address by Arthur J. Goldberg. XVI: 1-8.
      Baccalaureate Sermon by Lewis S. Mudge. XVI: 1-11.
      Exercises. XVI: 1-14.
      Commencement 1865. Remarks by Curtis Canfield. Terras Irradient. XVIII: 4-inside front cover.
      Revised schedule announced. XVII: 3-28.
      The 143rd. XVII: 1-12,17.
      The 144th. XVIII: 1-16,26.
      Commencement. Address by Kingman Brewster, Jr. XX: 1-8.
      Address by Paul H. Douglas. XIX: 1-6.
      Baccalaureate sermon by Rev. James H. Clark. XX: 1-10.
      Controversy over award to Robert S. McNamara. XIX: 1-2.
      Letter of Michael A. Simon concerning Robert S. McNamara controversy. XIX: 2-30.
      Letters and comment regarding Robert S. McNamara controversy. XIX: 1-8.
      The 145th. XIX: 1-2.
      The 146th. XX: 1-18.
      149th XXIII: 1-17. 150th XXIV: 1-16.
      151st XXV: 1-7.
      152nd XXVI: 1-12.
      153rd XXVII: 1-3; 154th XXVIII: 1-1.
      Addresses: Smilov XXVII: 1-8; Eric R. Gordon XXVII: 1-10;
      Charge  to Seniors.  John William Ward.  XXVIII:  1-4. 

Committee on the Study of History. Workshops sponsored. XVIII: 4-17.

Common Cause. John T. Lagomarcino. XXIV: 2-10.

Commonwealth of Learning, The. Henry Steele Commager. XXI: 1-35.

Communist Controversy in Washington, The: from the New Deal to McCarthy. Earl Latham. (Andrew Hacker) XIX: 2-40.

Complete Poems of Robert Frost. II:22

Comprehensive fee, lowest rise in 35 years, Spring 2000, p. 6.

Computer Art. XXVI: 4-17.

Computer Center. Opens. XIX: 3-25.

Computer Committee, Fall 2000, p. 2.

Computer networks, article on, Winter 1994, p. 16.

Computers, donated to Amherst Senior Center, Spring 1989, p. 5.

"Computers Are Academic At Amherst," Summer '78, p. 19.

Conant,  Harrison J.  '04.  Obituary  XXVII:  4-56. 

Conant, George Freeman '50, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 64.

Concepcion, Summer '79, p. 3.

Concerns of the Campus. XXIV: 4-19.

Concert Choir, tours Spain, Fall 1989, p. 6.

Concerts. X: 3-19.

Concordance to the Poems of Emily Dickinson, A. S. P. Rosenbaum. (H. W. H.) XVII: 3-40.

Conference, The. (poem) Richard Aldridge. V: 2-48.

Conferences. IX: 2-21.

Confessions of a College Trustee. Kendall B. DeBevoise. XV: 3-18.

Congdon, Constance, news of her plays, Fall 1994, p. 6.
      Article on, Summer 1995, p. 21.
      Received award, Fall 1996, p. 11.
      News of her activities, Fall 1997, p. 5.
      World premiere of play, Fall 1998, p. 9.
      Plays performed, Fall 2000, p. 7.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 7.

Congdon, Palmer '32, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 55.

Conger, Beach M.D. '63, book received, Summer 1996, p. 46.

Conger, John J. '38, book received, Summer 1994, p. 44.

Conger, John Janeway '43, (photograph of), Summer '77, p. 45.
      Honorary degree citation, Summer '83, p. 10.
      Adolescence and Youth: Psychological Development in a Changing World. XXVI: 2-24.

Congressional Party, The. David B. Truman. (John H. Kessel) XII: 3-24

Conklin, Peter Martin '59, obituary, Winter '78, p. 88.

Conn, M. Morgan, awarded Cottrell College Science Award, Fall 1998, p. 9.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 10.
      Awarded NIH research grant, Fall 2000, p. 7.

Connell, Thomas Hilbert Jr. '43, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 67.

Connelly, William Jeremiah Thomas '48, obituary, Spring '83, p. 51.

Conner, John '77, book is reviewed, Spring 1998, p. 33.

Connole, William R. Mistakenly scheduled for lecture on the Eisenhower administration. XIII: 3-inside front cover.

Connolly, Joseph E. '27, obituary, Spring '83, p. 48.

Connolly, Leo Warren '53, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 82.

Connolly, Owen Robert '60, letter from, Summer 2000, p. 43.

Connor, Michael A. Jr. '45, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 116.

Conover, Cameron Howard '41, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 93.

Conover, Frederic K. III, Marshall Scholarship, Spring '82, p. 6.

Conover, Lloyd '45, article on, Winter 1988, p. 10.

Conover, Ted '80, book received, Spring 2000, p. 34.
      Article on, Summer 2000, p. 11.
      Received honorary degree, Summer 2001, p. 10.

Conover, Ted '81 book is reviewed, Winter 1987, p. 34.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1991-92, p. 24.
      "A Morning with Pops,” Winter '81, pp. 14-17 & 26.
      Letter from, Fall '81, p. 35.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 1984, p. 66-67.

Conroy, David P. '46, notice of death, Fall 2002, p. 85.

Consciousness and Society: The Reorientation of European Social Thought 1890-1930. H. Stuart Hughes. (John B. Halsted) XII: 1-26

Consecrated Eminence, The. Otto Manthey-Zorn. V: 2-46.

Consecrated Eminence; The: The Story of the Campus and Buildings of Amherst College. Stanley King. V: 1-16, 19.

Conservation in the Soviet Union. Philip R. Pryde. XXV: 3-26.

Conservative  Intellectual  Movement in America,  The:  Since 1945.  George H.  Nash.  XXVIII:  4-31. 

Conservative Tradition in America, The. Allen Guttmann. (G. M. Waller) XX: 3-33.

Construction 
      New Facilities at Mead  XXVII:  2-8. 
      Moore Lab  to become Dorm  XXVII:  4-2. 
      John A.  Hill Practice Field  XXVIII:  1 -11. 
      Renovations XXVIII:  1-19. 
      Mead,  New Galleries.  XXVII: 3-3,4,5. 
      Roof Raising - Gym. XXVIII:  4-Cover I, 2. 
      Senior Tree Project  XXVIII:  4-1. 
      Kendall B. DeBevoise '35 Field Hou,se. XXVI: 2-3.
      Leslie T. Webster Science Center. XXVI: 4-1.
      Aluumi House. VII: 2-18; VIII: 1-12.
      Orr Hockey Rink. VII: 2-18, 4-18.

Construction and Renovation, at the college, to improve residential and social conditions, Summer 1984, p. 2-3.

Consumer Advocate - Learning by Doing. XXV: 2-21.

Contemporary Constitutional Issues. Alan H. Schecter. XXV: 1-27.

Context. IV: 15

Continents, The. Richard Grossinger. XXVI: 3-29.

Contributions for year. XI: 2-16

Conversation with the President, A. XXIV: 1-1.

Converse Auditorium. Inaugurated with lecture by Lewis W. Douglas. XIX: 3-25.

Converse Library. II:57. IX: 4-12.

Convocation Address 1969. Calvin Plimpton. XXII: 2-2.

Convocation, article on, Fall 1996, p. 7.

Conway, Brian J. '80, new trustee, Summer 2002, p. 7.

Conway, Ignatius Paul '25, obituary, Winter '80, p. 93.

Conway, Jill Ker, received honorary degree at Commencement, Summer 1976, p. 6.

Conway, Zanthia, Assistant Dean of Admission, Summer ‘81, p. 11.

Cook, Alan Sewall '30, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 69.

Cook, Edmund '70, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 76.

Cook, Edmund Garretson '31, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 62.

Cook, Lloyd H. '13, U.S. Army Retired, obituary, Summer '83, p. 56.

Cook, Milton Billings '35, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 69.

Cook, Robert S. Jr. '62, book is reviewed, Fall '80, p. 28.

Cook, Selbert Leroy '33, obituary, December 79 , p. 70.

Cook, Stuart W. Jr. '60, obituary, Spring 1984. p. 54.

Cook, Will Mercer '25, article on his death, Winter 1987, p. 4.
      Obituary, Winter 1987, p. 37.
      translation of book, Spring , 81, p. 28.

Cooke, Brian, article by, on Frank Boyden, Spring 1991, p. 16.

Cooke, Stuart P. '21, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 47.

Cooking for Many. Charlotte Turgeon. (M. L. H.) XV: 4-26.

Coolidge, Calvin, conference at Boston's JFK Library in celebration of, Fall 1998, p. 2.
      letters that he wrote to his grandmother while he was a student at Amherst (Class of 1895) were given to the college, Spring 1984, p. 7 & 60.
      Calvin Coolidge, the Quiet President. Donald R. McCoy.
      Coolidge Dormitory dedicated. XIX: 1-31.
      Why He Came to Amherst. John B. OtBrien. XIX: 2-20.
      Meet Calvin Coolidge: The Man Behind the Myth, edited by Edward Connery Lathem. XIII: 1-27.
      The Talkative President: The Off-the-Record Press Conferences of Calvin Coolidge. Howard H. Quint and Robert H. Ferrell, editors. XVII: 2-38.

Coolidge, John Calvin '28, Lindbergh flight, Summer '77, p. 18.
      obituary, Fall 2000, p. 88.
      Introduction to Your Son, Calvin Coolidge: A Selection of Letters from Calvin Coolidge to his Father. Edited by Edward Connery Lathem. XXI: 4-28.

Coolidges, The, article on, Fall 1976, p. 14.

Coomaraswamy, Radhika, awarded honorary degree, Summer 2000, p. 5.

Coombs, Charles W. '36, notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.

Coombs, Frederick L. '27, notice of death, Summer 1999, p. 78.

Coombs, Peter '67 and Siris, Jane, article on, Winter 1999, p. 9.

Coombs, Philip H. '37, book is reviewed, Spring '81, p. 29.
      Elected Alumni Trustee. VIII: 1-12.
      The World Educational Crisis. XXI: 3-27.
      II:20
      Named by President Kennedy as Assistant Secretary of State tor Educational and Cultural Affairs. XIII: 4-9.
      The College of Tomorrow. IX: 3-2.

Coon, Edgar L. '35, notice of death, Summer 2003, p. 89.

Cooney, Paul '50, letter from, Spring 2004, p. 43.

Coons, Christopher '85, Harry S. Truman Scholarship, Spring '83, p. 7.

Cooper House, photo of after being renovated, Fall 2002, p. 9.

Cooper, Jason '91, letter from, Summer 1999, p. 44.

Cooper, Lisa H. '93, book review by, Summer 1999, p. 39.

Cooper, Neil Stephen '52, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 90.

Cooper, R. Lawlor '37, death notice, Fall 1997, p. 75.

Cooper, Rand '81, June '80, p. 28.
      Summer '80, p. 28.
      Thomas J. Watson Fellowship. Spring '81, p. 31.

Cooper, Rand Richards '80, book is reviewed, Spring 1996, p. 34.

Cooper, Rand Richards '81, book is reviewed, Spring 1989, p. 26.

Cooper, William '40, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 53.

Cooper, William James '32, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 43.

Cooperation--Four College. XI: 3-19

Cooperative Library Center. IV: 114

Cooperative Training Program. IV: 159

Cope, Stephen '71, book received, Winter 2000, p. 35.
      book received, Winter 2004, p. 39.

Copeland Colloquium  XXIV: 2-21. XXV: 3-12, 4-7. XXVI: 3-7. XXVII:  3-2, 2-3;  XXVIII:  3-1. 
      Spring '83, p. 14-15.

Copeland, Morris Albert '17, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 53.
      establishes Copeland Colloquium Fund. XXIV: 2-21.
      Fact and Theory in Economics. XI: 4-27

Coplin, Haskell R. Analyzes possibilities of greater student voice in college affairs. XIX: 1-29.
      Student Counseling. V: 5-189.
      AASECT classes, Summer '79, p. 17.
      retires, Summer 1992, p. 8.
      Article on his death, Winter 1993, p. 4.

Copp, Gordon Miles '43, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 91.

Coppedge, Robert Locke '50, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 68.

Coppola, Edward D. '51, obituary, Spring '81, p. 64.

Corbus, Josephus R '44, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 46.

Cordell-Reeh, Francis Pierre Meisner '44, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 102.

Corey, Edwin Raymond '41, book is received, Spring 1997, p. 37.
      Remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 117.
      book received, Fall 1989, p. 32.
       (with Steven H. Star) Organization Strategy: A Marketing Approach. XXIII: 3-36.

Cornell, George W. Member, New York State Legislature. XVI: 1-21.

Cornell, George Washington '18, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 51.

Cornell, John Russell '60, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 55.

Cornell, Saul '82, book received, Fall 1999, p. 40.

Cornell, Vance '73, book received, Fall 1998, p. 44.
      Book received, Spring 1999, p. 32.

Cornfield Ambassador. Thomas P. Whitney. VIII: 4-2.

Cornish, Robert M. '51, letter from, Fall 1996, p. 47.

Corporate recruiters, article on, Summer 1990, p. 2.

Corral, James Joseph '40, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 57.

Corral, Manuel Jr. '44, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 72.

Corrales, Javier, news of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 5.
      News of his activities, Fall 1998, p. 9.
      Received fellowship from Woodrow Wilson Center, Fall 2000, p. 7.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 7.
      News of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 4.

Corrigan, Kevin '47, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 75.

Corsiglia, George Frederic '52, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 90.

Corvan, Jerome P. Jr. '34, notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.

Corwin, Merton '11, obituary, Summer '83, p. 56.

Cosby, William H., awarded honorary degree, Summer 1999, p. 10.

Costello, Mark '84, book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.

Costs and Aids Booklet. III: 110

Costs and Financial Aids – 1855. Rev. Chester D. Jeferds. IX: 3-16.

Costs, College, Spring '78, p. 2.

Coudray, Wyman Frederic '23, obituary, Summer '83. p. 47.

Count Witte and the Tsarist Government in the 1905 Revolution. co-author John M. Thompson. XXIV: 4-23.

Counter-Renaissance, The. (Hiram Haydn.) II:199

Couper, Barrett Williams '71, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 103.
      Obituary, Fall 2001, p. 94.

Course, The. Allen Guttman. (Problems of Inquiry: The Social Sciences) XIX: 4-2.
      William H. Pritchard. (Problems of Inquiry: The Humanities) XX: 1-2.

Coursen,  Herbert Randolph  '54,  poem by,  Fall  '78,  p.  31. 
      Book is reviewed,  June  '80,  p.  39. 
      Letter from,  Winter  '81,  p.  29. 
      Books  are  received,  Winter  '83,  p.  22-23. 
      book is received, Summer 1976, p. 33.
      book listed, Spring 1987, p. 24.
      Letter from, Summer 1987, p. 33.
      Letter from, Summer 1988, p. 28.
      Book is received, Fall 1988, p. 35.
      Letter from, Summer 1991, p. 38.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 1993, p. 45.
      book received, Summer 1994, p. 44.
      Book received, Fall 1995, p. 42.
      Letter from, Spring 1997, p. 38.
      Book is reviewed, Fall 1998, p. 38.
      Book received, Winter 2000, p. 35.
      Book is reviewed, Fall 2001, p. 34.
      Book received, Summer 2002, p. 37.
      Book is reviewed, Fall 2002, p. 34.
      Letter from, Winter 2003, p. 39.
      Books received, Spring 2004, p. 40.
      Book received, Summer 2004, p. 37.
      Storm in April. XXVI: 1-27;
      As Up They Grew. XXVI: 2-24.
      Survivor, Look Out Point. XXVII: 2-24.
      Shaping the Self: Style and Technique in the Narrative. XXVIII: 3-30.
      Inside the Piano Bench XXVIII: 3-30.
      Christian Ritual on the World of Shakespeare's Tragedies. XXVIII: 4-29.

Courtright, Nicola M., News of, Fall 2000, p. 7.
      awarded a Trustee-Faculty Fellowship and an ACLS Fellowship, Fall 1994, p. 6.
      Book received, Spring 2004, p. 40.

Couvares, Francis G., delivered Lazerowitz lecture, Fall 1986, p. 6.
      Book is reviewed, Fall 1986, p. 32.
      Interview with, on funding for public higher education in Massachusetts, Spring 1990, p. 14.
      Among five principal investigators for a project supported by the Getty Grant Program, Fall 1993, p. 9.
      book received, Summer 1996, p. 46.
      Interview with, Winter 1997, p. 24.
      News of Fall 2000, p. 7.
      "What They Are Reading” Fall 2000, p. 40.
      Book he co-edited received, Fall 2000, p. 41.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 7.

Cowan, Dwight B. '58, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 123.

Cowan, George Lloyd III '42, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 35.

Cowan, Richard Brelstord '23, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 40.

Cowles, Mrs. William L. Wills Home and part of estate to College. XIV: 4-19.

Cowles, Stuart Cushman '33, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 45.

Cowles, William Munson '20, obituary, Fall '80, p. 58.

Cowperthwaite, Robert S. Jr. '51, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 118.

Cox, Archibald. Creativity in Law and Government. XXVI: 3-1.

Cox, David A., NSF support, June '80, p. 8.
      Received grant, Winter 1984, p. 23.
      paragraph on his recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 7.
      Received grant, Fall 1996, p. 11.
      News of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 5.
      Letter from, Summer 1998, p. 38.
      Book he co-edited is received, Winter 1999, p. 36.
      Book received, Winter 1999, p. 36.
      Book received, Summer 1999, p. 42.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 10.
      received grant, Fall 1986, p. 6.
      One of six mathematicians who will co-direct calculus project, Summer 1989, p.5.
      Elected to a three-year term as a member-at-large of the Council of the American Mathematical Society, Fall 1991, p. 4.
      Member of the Advisory Board for the Series in Pure and Applied Mathematics; awarded grants by the National Science Foundation; book he coauthored is published, Fall 1993, p. 10.

Cox, Robert Downing '34, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 65.

Coxhead, Harry B. '15, obituary, Winter '78, p. 84.

Coy, Lee Felch '34, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 62.

Coy, Stephen C. '53, letter from, Fall 1989, p. 29.

Coy, Stephen C. A Better chance. (Accord and Dissent) XVII: 2-9.

Coyle, The Rev. Canon D. Lorne '72, article about, (Photographs of, p. 16 & 19), Fall '82, p. 17-19.

Coyle, Walter Wensley '13, obituary, December '79, p. 65.

Craane, Janine '83, article on, Fall 1989, p. 14.

Crabbe, Floyd Foster '20. Obituary XXVII: 4-58.

Craft of Play Directing, The. Curtis Canfield. (James E. Michael) XVI: 3-27.

Craft, Samuel C. Jr. '41, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 90.

Crafts, Edward S. '29, death notice, Summer 1998, p. 82.

Craig, Addison Bradford '31, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 53.

Craig, Douglas Stirling '43, obituary, Fall 1998, p. 67.

Craig, G. Armour '37, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1986, p. 10.
      Commencement. Summer '77, p. 2.
      Dean of Freshmen, Summer '78, p. 13.
      Interdisciplinary freshman courses, December '79, p. 9.
      Kenan Professorship, June '80, p. 8.
      White House Program, Summer '80, p. 8.
      Acting President, (photograph of, p. 5), Winter '83, p. 2.
      Commencement, Summer '83, p. 12-14.
      Retirement party, Fall 1985, p. 3-4.
      professorship in his name, Spring 1995, p. 6.
      Article on his death, Spring 2002, p. 5.
      Obituary, Summer 2002, p. 92.
      The Shock of the Past. XXVI: 2-1.
      Robert Frost at Amherst. XVI: 2-9.
      Teaching Confidence. IX: 1-13.

Craig, Henry Shillingford '31, obituary, Fall '80, p. 60.

Craig, Kenneth '20, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 51.

Craig, Peggy, garden dedication, Winter 1998, p. 7.

Craig, Robert Lawrence '31, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 46.

Craige, Ernest, Jr. '70. The Undergraduate View. XXI: 3-10.

Cramer, Harrison Emery '41, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 75.

Cramer, Richard Dana '41, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 84.

Cramer, Robert Randolph '40, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 49.

Crampton, George Roland '25, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 42.

Crane, Jeff Stuart '57, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 87.

Crane, Langdon Teachout '52, obituary, Fall 1998, p. 69.

Cranshaw, Harold B. Jr. '41, death notice, Summer 1997, p. 78.

Cranshaw, John Angell '39. obituary, Spring '78, p. 63.

Crapser, William S. '34, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.

Crary, Calvert H. '30, notice of death, Summer 2002, p. 91.

Crary, Clare J. '01 Obituary XXVIII: 3-83

Crary, Selden B., science grant, June '80, p. 8.

Crauer, Clarence E. P. '30, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 60.

Craven, Robert Lee '45, obituary, Winter '79, p. 91.

Crawford, Andrew W. '40, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 89.

Crawford, David Livingstone '45, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 85.

Crawford, Frederick Stuart '24, obituary, Winter '78, p. 86.

Crawford, Fronefield '36, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 64.

Crawford, Homer '38, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 115.

Crawford, Robert W. '37, obituary, Summer 2003, p. 91.

Crawford, Walton S. '40, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 102.

Creamer, George M. Jr. '59, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 122.

Creamer, William Henry '36, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 82.

Crease, Robert '76, book is reviewed, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 39.

Creativity in Law and Government. Archibald Cox. XXVI: 3-1.

Creekmore, Charles, article by, on new science equipment acquired by the college, Spring 1992, p. 20.
      Article by, on Honors program at Amherst, Fall 1992, p. 12.
      Book review by, Spring 1993, p. 33.

Creese, Philip Guy '38, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 72.

Creswell, Isaiah T. Jr. '59, obituary, Spring 2003, p. 90.

Creuser, Kent Benson '31, obituary, Summer 1985, p. 31.

Crime and Publicity: The Impact of News on the Administration of Justice. Alfred Friendly and Donald L. Goldfarb. XX: 1-34.

Crime Pays! Thomas Plate XXVIII: 4-30.

Crisco, Joseph J. III '81, Edward Hitchcock Fellow, Spring '81, p. 6.

Crisis in a Newsroom. Earl C. Dudley, Jr. XVI: 3-3.

Crispin, Laurence Locke '29, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 65.

Cristman, William Van Olinda '51, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 57.

Critchlow, Buell '37, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 92.

Critical Reputation of F. Scott Fitzgerald, The: A Bibliographical Study. Jackson R. Bryner. (John A. Cameron) XX: 3-32.

Crocker, Glyndon Harry Jr. '35, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 92.

Crocker, Orman MacDonald '22, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 52.

Crockett, Edward David, Jr. '58, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 51.

Croissant, Raymond Bender '32, Winter 2002, p. 95.

Cromley, William Henry Jr. '60, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 101.

Cronin, Dermot A. '54, notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.

Crooks, George C. '28, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 91.

Crooks, Laurence Edgar '20, obituary, Winter '78, p. 85.

Crooks, Stanley Stillman '53, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 55.

Crosbie-Foote, Charles Brian '78, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 99.

Crosby Chari of Religion. X: 1-22.

Crosby, Faye, book review by, Winter 1997, p. 36.

Crosby, William Wyman '35, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 82.

Cross Professorship, Fall '81, p. 3.

Cross, E. L. Carving Out Security in the Philippines. VI: 1-15.

Cross, Gorham L. Jr., Commencement, Summer '77, p. 2.

Cross, John Earle '67, obituary, Summer 1992, p. 54.

Cross, John Huddleston '47, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 47.

Cross, Theodore L. '46, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1988, p. 6.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 1989, p. 33.
      book is reviewed, December '79, p. 30.
      Biography, (photograph of), June '80, p. 12.
      Energy Fund, Winter '81, p. 2.
      Professorship, Fall '81, p. 2.
      Trustees meeting, Winter '82, p. 4.
      "Scientist is named to the Cross Chair," Winter '82, p. 5.
      Presidential Search Committee, Winter '83, p. 2.
      Investment strategy, Spring '83, p. 2.
      Advancing Corporate Responsibility. XXV: 3-9.
      Black Capitalism: Strategy for Business in the Ghetto. XXII: 3-25.

Cross, Warren '50, photograph of, at the dedication of the new Warren Cross '50 Family Wing of the Wilson Admission Center, Winter 1991-92, p. 5.

Crossen, Phillip S. '50, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 106.

Crosset Dormitory. Completed this fall. XVI: 2-20.
      Dedication. XVI: 3-18.

Crossland, Fred Eugene Jr. '74, obituary, Winter 1998, p. 73.

Crossroads Africa. William G. Davis. Stephen F. Downs. XIV: 3-10.

Crowder, Michael, article on his death, Winter 1988, p. 9.

Crowley, Hubert Cameron '59, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 60.

Crowley, Jim '60, included in article on Shakespeare play, Fall 1992, p. 19.

Crowley, Peter D., received grant, Fall 1996, p. 11.
      received Trustee-Faculty Fellowship for 89-90, Summer 1989, p. 5.

Croxton, William Merriam '36, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 76.

Croze, Harvey '64, book is reviewed, Spring '81, p. 30.
      The Trouble with Elephants. XXIV: 1-11.

Cruelest Month, The. William E. Rose. XXV: 2-1.

Crump, Robert Ralph '51, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 81.

Crusaders for Freedom. Henry Steele Commager. XV: 3-32.

Cryptography and Cryptanalysis. III: 153

Csillaghegyi, Gary S. '64, death notice, Fall 1995, p. 66.

Culler, Jonathan D., editor. Harvard Advocate Centennial Anthology. XVIII: 4-31.

Cultural Explosion, The. Agnes de Mille Prude. XIX: 3-6.

Cultural Life of the American Colonies, The 1607-1763. Louis B. Wright. (Theodore R. Greene) IX: 4-33.

Culture on the Moving Frontier. Louis B. Wright. VIII: 2-22.

Culture Walla. William F. Merrill, III. VI: 4-6.

Cummings , John Edward '26, obituary, Summer '83, p. 57.

Cummings, David Gale '52, obituary, Summer '78, p. 71.

Cummings, Gary Paul '77, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 42.

Cummings, Samuel Billings Jr. '26, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 64.

Cunningham, David Edward '45, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 50.

Cunningham, Hilton '33, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 45.

Cuomo, Mario, article on his visit, Fall 1999, p. 2.

Cuozzi, Howard Robert '48, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 89.

Curley, Thomas Francis III '76, obituary, Summer 1985, p. 34.

Curran, John Thomas Jr. '46, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 54.

Current Problems in Religion. Herman F. Bell. IX: 4-33.

Currents of Scholarship, The. John Ratte, Rose R. Olver, Allen Guttmann, Robert H. Romer. XVI: 2-2.

Curriculum Changes. XI: 2-17; XII: 3-16, 4-18

Curriculum Review Committee. Theodore Koester, Chairman. XII: 1-20

Curriculum. II:101; II:136; II:144; II:192. III:  2; 54; 102; 106; 107; 153; 155; 195. IV: 5; 51; 105; 115: 146; 194; 200; 204. X: 2-9, 4-12.
      Fades into history after twenty years. XIX: 1-27.
      Independent study at Amherst. XX: 2-2.
      New academic program. XIX: 1-27.
      New program requires renovation of facilities. XIX: 2-24.
      Problems courses. XIX: 2-25.
      Problems of Inquiry: The Humanities. XX: 1-2.
      Problems of Inquiry: The Social Sciences. XIX: 4-2.
      faculty committee will review, Summer 1989, p. 2.
      Plan is rejected, Spring 1991, p. 2.
      Amherst, The. XVII: 1-2.
      Last year of curriculum adopted in 1947. XVIII: 2-26.
      New program for fall of 1966. XVII: 4-20.
      New program adopted. XVIII: 1-31.
      Program of independent study instituted. XVIII: 4-16.

Currie, Blair Crosby '53, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 48. 

Currie, John A. '31, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 66.

Currier, Charles Richardson Jr. '28, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 81.

Currier, David L. '39, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 113.

Curtis, Benton '26, obituary, Fall '77, p. 61.

Curtis, Edward Grant '45, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 62.

Curtis, Gordon M. Jr. '44, obituary, Spring 2003, p. 86.

Curtis, James Alphonzo '33, obituary, Winter 181, p. 62.

Curtis, Kent '14. The Last Wanigan. VI: 1-21.

Curtis, Norton '26, obituary, Summer '77, p. 65.

Curtis, William Avise '28, obituary, Summer '81, p. 71.

Cushing, Bartlett Ellis '12, obituary, Winter '78, p. 84.

Cushing, Joe '67, Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Fall 2002, inside back cover.

Cushing, Josiah Stearns II '67, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 125.

Cushman, John Clydesdale Jr., '36, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 79.

Cusick, James F. '21 Obituary XXVIII: 2-61.

Custer, Richard H. '38, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 68.

Custer, Richard H. Town Manager, West Hartford, Connecticut. XV: 2-28.

Cuter Tooter. Stetson Clark. X: 1-29.

Cutler, Addison T. '24 Obituary XXVII: 1-59.

Cutler, Stephen A. 72, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 104.

Cutter, Frank Raymond '49, obituary, Fall 1996, p. 81.

Cutter, William Wrigley '37 Obituary XXVIII: 1-22.

Cutton, George L. '15, 65th class reunion, Summer '80, cover.
      Obituary, Spring '81, p. 58.

Czap, Peter Jr., book review by, Fall 1994, p. 38.
      Named Henry Winkley Professor of History, Fall 1998, p. 10.
      Youth in the Soviet Society. XVI: 3-10.

Czap, Peter, delivers paper, Spring 1977, p. 4.
      Computer research, Summer '78, p. 23.
      Faculty honor, June '79, p. 15.
      Received grant, June '80, p. 8.
      Received grant, Summer '81, p. 15.
      Directed three-day seminar, Winter 1984, p. 23.

Daggitt, J. Culbertson '53, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 7S.

D'Agostino, Fred '68, book is received, Spring 1996, p. 38.

Dake, Richard E. '51, notice of death, Spring 2004, p. 111.

Dalai Lama Visits the College, The, (photograph of), December '79, p. 12.

Dalton, Harry '50, story on, June '79, p. 19.
      Vice-president Baltimore Orioles. XXIV: 2-28.

Dalton, Harry I. Dealing to the Top. XVIII: 4-2.

Dalzell, Fred Briggs '44, notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.

Dalzell, Robert F. American Participation in the Great Exhibition of 1851. XIII: 2-26.

Dalzell, Robert F. Jr. '59. Daniel Webster and the Trial of American Nationalism 1843-1852. XXV: 3-25.

Damashek, Marc '68, book review by, Spring 1998, p. 33.

Damon, Donald Russell '28, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 44.

Damon, Edward Kent '40, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 99.

Damon, Mason Arne '26, obituary, Summer '83, p. 57.

Damon, Prof. Cynthia, awarded a Miner D. Crary Summer Fellowship, Fall 1996, p. 11.
      News of her activities, Fall 1997, p. 5.
      Book is received, Fall 1997, p. 37.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 10.
      Chosen to be editor of classics journal, Fall 2000, p. 7.

Damon, Russell H. '51, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 71.

Damp, Calvin Lee '47, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 47.

Dana, Elizabeth R., letter from, Fall 1976, p. 31.

Dance Studio, completion of, December '79, p. 15.

"Dances with Wolves", p. 6.

Danchalski, Dorothy Grace '94, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 66.

Danforth Foundation. Award received by Benjamin DeMott. XX: 2-30.
      Awards. IX: 4-31.

Danforth, Loring M. '71, book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.
      book received, Spring 1990, p. 30.

Danforth, Nicole '88, awarded Mossman Trophy, Summer 1988, p. 21.

Dangler, Henry Adams '42, obituary, Summer '78, p. 71.

Daniel Webster and the Trial of American Nationalism 1843-1852. Robert F. Dalzell, Jr. XXV: 3-25.

Daniell, Mark '77, awarded a Marshall Scholarship, Spring 1977, p. 6.

Daniels, Ernest Atkinson '23, obituary, Spring '81, p. 60.

Daniels, Kurt Lewis '23, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 52.

Daniels, Robert Tillotson '49, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 39.

Danielson, Laurence Sanford '40, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 71.

Danly, Susan, book received, Fall 1995, p. 42.
      Book she edited is received, Spring 1997, p. 37.
      Book review by, Fall 2001, p. 29.

Dann, Roger Lawrence '24, obituary, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 49.

Darby, Julian Paul '24, obituary, Fall '80, p. 58.

D'Arienzo, Daria, article by, on Edward "Doc" Hitchcock Jr., Summer 2004, p. 39.
      included in article on Archives, Winter 1986, p. 18.
      new archivist, Fall 1985, p. 9.
      wrote piece on student antics revisited, Winter 1999, p. 6.
      Letter from, Winter 2002, p. 36.

Darling, Millard Stacy '20, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 35.

Darlington, Horace '23. Obituary XXVIII: 2-61.

Darrin, Ralph M. Jr. '41, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 56.

Dart, Edward Merrill '31, obituary, June '80, p. 77.

Dash, Harold. A Student’s Evaluation. (Problems of Inquiry: The Social Sciences) XIX: 4-5.

Dashyan, Robert, included in article on Soviet students at Amherst, Winter 1988, p.3.

Dassin, Joan, faculty honor, June '79, p. 15.

Date rape, forum on, Winter 1989, p. 4.

Daum, Raymond W. '49, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 118.
      book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.

Daus, Alan R. '58, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 97.

Davenport, Arthur '32, book review by, Summer '81, p. 33.
      obituary, Summer 2000, p. 82.
      Resigns as Fraternity Business Manager to serve in Dormitory Authority of State of New York. XXI: 3-18.
      The New Trustee Fraternity Proposal. XIII: 4-12.

Davenport, John W. Research on learning. XIII: 3-30.

Davenport, Russell Lounsberry '12, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 67.

Davey, Alva Audrey '22, obituary, Winter '80, p. 94.

David Ricardo and Ricardian Theory. A Bibliographical Checklist. (Burt Franklin and G. Legman.) II:151

David, Clifford C. Sr. '44, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 96.

Davidon, Ruth '87, article on, Fall 1995, p. 19.

Davidowicz, Robert Stanley '69, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 88.

Davidson, Christopher Holland '55, obituary, Winter '83, p. 63.

Davidson, Dick '63, letter from, Summer 1991, p. 36.

Davidson, Frank Forest '20, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 45.

Davidson, Matthew Henry III '54, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 74.

Davidson, Richard Walker '39, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 85.

Davidson, Robert H. '40, obituary, '83, p. 5.

Davidson, Robert Leander Jr. '34, obituary, June '80, p. 78.

Davidson, Willard H. '40, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 94.

Davies, Baxter Tudor '29, obituary, December '79, p. 69.

Davis Dinner. II:191. IV: 197; 203. VI: 4-9.

Davis Dormitory. Dedication. XVI: 3-18.

Davis Grant. XII: 4-18 .

Davis, Alanson Campbell '20, obituary, June '80, p. 75.

Davis, Alexander G. '28, death notice, Winter 1995, p. 63.

Davis, Andrew '84, career internship program, Summer '82, p. 6.

Davis, Arthur Cayley Jr. '39, obituary, Summer '82, p. 73.

Davis, Arthur Vining Foundation. Million-dollar grant applied to Science Center. XX: 2-29.

Davis, Arthur Vining. Davis dinner opens Alumni Fund drive. X: 4-14.
      Presented bowl at Davis dinner. IX: 4-18.
      Ground broken for Davis Dormitory. XV: 1-16, 24.
      Obituary. XV: 3-23.

Davis, Asa J., prize in his name, Fall 1986, p. 6.
      Retires, Summer 1992, p. 8.
      article on his death, Fall 1999, p. 8.
      black history month, Spring '78, p. 9.
      Black Alumni Weekend, Winter '81, p. 4.

Davis, Benjamin Charles Jr. '52, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 73.

Davis, Benjamin Jefferson. Obituary. XVII: 2-26.

Davis, Caleb W. '40, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 113.

Davis, Elias K. '22, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 49.

Davis, Evan Baird '34, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 50.

Davis, George S., article on, Fall 1998, p. 27.

Davis, Harry Willard '08, obituary, June '80, p. 72.

Davis, John Krause '43, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 86.

Davis, John L., Athletic Trainer in the Health Services Dept., Summer '83, p. 20.

Davis, John Paschall Jr. '58, obituary, Winter '80, p. 96.

Davis, John W. '39, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 55.

Davis, Kenneth M. Jr. '38, obituary, Summer '78, p. 71.

Davis, Kimball '36, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 81.

Davis, Linda S., new admission dean, Fall 1986, p. 2.

Davis, Matthew '88, included in article on alums and their careers in cyberspace, Fall 1997, p. 26.

Davis, Merriam '42, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 114.

Davis, Richard Michael '67, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 53.

Davis, Richard W. '57, book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.
      book is reviewed, Summer 1976, p. 31.

Davis, Robert Johnston '19, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 49.
      Obituary, Spring 1992, p. 51.
      Alumni Fellow report. XXIII: 3-6.

Davis, Robert Little '41, obituary, Winter '78, p. 88.

Davis, Scott '46, retired alumni business volunteer, Spring 1977, p. 21.

Davis, Steven I. '56, author of book, Winter 1977, p. 28.

Davis, Thomas Milburn '38, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 48.

Davis, Thomas Robert '42, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 49.

Davis, William A. Jr. '63, biography, (photograph of), June '80, p. 13.
      Presented William H. Hastie '25 Memorial Award, Winter '83, p. 7.

Davis, William G. Crossroads Africa. XIV: 3-10.

Davis, William Leonard '23, obituary, Spring '82, p. 58.

Davison, Donald Adams '51, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 70.

Davison, Perry Allen '25, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 44.
      letter from. Winter '81, p. 28.

Davison, Perry Woodruff '42 Obituary XXVIII: 2-63.

Dawes Act and the Allotment of Indian Lands, The. Delos S. Otis. XXV: 4-20.

Dawson, James Albert '31, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 49.

Day, Richard Ward. (A New England Schoolmaster.) II:151

Dayton, John Breckinridge '48, obituary, December '79, p. 72.

Dayton, Robert Bailey '22, obituary, Fall '77, p. 60.

Dayton, Wallace C. '43, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1994, p. 5.
      Obituary, Winter 2003, p. 92.

de Bertier, Guillaume, grant, Summer '77, p. 24.

De Bevoise, Kendall B. Confessions of a College Trustee. XV: 3-18.

de Corneille, Roland. Christians and Jews: Dialogue. XIX: 3-41.

de Dietrich, Suzanne. God's Unfolding Purpose: A Guide to the Study of the Bible. Translated by Robert McAfee Brown. XIII: 2-26.

de la Carrera, Rosalina M., awarded research fellowship by the American Council of Learned Societies, Fall 1988, p. 12.
      Book she authored is published, Fall 1991, p. 4.

de la Haba, Louis Edward '51, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 87.
      book he contributed essay to is reviewed, Fall 1976, p. 28.

De Limur, A. Charles '44, notice of death, Spring 2004, p. 111.

de Mille, Agnes. See Prude.

De Mott, Benjamin H. Guggenheim Fellow. XVI: 1-29.
      Hells and Benefits. XV: 2-37.

De Pasqua, Joseph '32, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 59.

de Sherbinin, Julie W. '77, June '80, p. 24.

de Vries, Willem A., received an Amherst Trustee Faculty Fellowship, Spring '82, p. 2.

De Witt, Charles Irwin '99. Obituary. V: 1-22.

Dealing to the Top. Harry I. Dalton. XVIII: 4-2.

Dean, George A. Jr. '55, obituary, Fall 1984.

Dean, George Aloysius '29, obituary, Spring '81, p. 61.

Dean, Maurice Francis '39, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 77.

Dean. Changes. IX: 4-31.

Deane, Winthrop Kenneth '30, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 55.

Dean's Days, schedule for, Spring 1994, p. 13.
      Spring 1995, p. 6.
      Winter 1996, p. 11.
      Spring 1997, p. 7.
      Spring 1998, p. 9.
      Spring 2000, p. 6.
      Spring 2002, p. 7.
      Winter 2003, p. 10.
      Spring 2004, p. 11.

Dean's Farewell, A. Robert A. Ward. XXVI: 1-4.

Dear Scott/Dear Max: The Fitzgerald-Perkins Correspondence. Co-editor Jackson Bryer. XXIV: 3-22.

Death of Earth. Alfred Friendly. VIII: 3-2.

DeBevoise, Elizabeth W., Distinguished Service Award (photograph of), Fall '82 p. 7
      obituary notice, Summer 1993, p. 5.

DeBevoise, Kendall B. '35. Obituary. XXVI: 1-11.
      All-American Football Team. XII: 3-17
      Elected Permanent Trustee. XII: 1-20
      An Informal Glimpse of the Amherst Trustees. IX: 1-4.
      IV: 7

Debevoise, M. B. '75, book he edited and translated is reviewed, Fall 1995, p. 41.

Decade Later, A. Max P. Pepper (in collaboration). XXI: 3-29

DeCicco, Peter Donald '61, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 57.

Decker, William H. '39, letter from, Fall 1988, p. 33.

Decline of the German Mandarins, The. The German Academic Community, 1890-1933. Fritz K. Ringer. XXII: 4-29.

Decline of the WASP, The. Peter Schrag. XXIV: 3-22.

Decyk, Viktor K. '70, letter from, Summer 1992, p. 42.

De-emphasis. XII: 4-18

Deerfield Academy. II:7

Defense of Gracchus Babeuf, The. John Anthony Scott, translator. XX: 3-34.

Deferred Gifts and Bequests XXVII: 4-15.

deGozzaldi, Sally '84, article on, Spring 1989, p. 12.

Degroot, Mitchell B. '40, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 64.

Deignan, Kathleen, Fall '77, p. 21.
      New administrators, Fall '78, p. 16.
      Associate Dean of Students, Spring '81, p. 6.
      Acting Dean of Students, Spring '83, p. 3.

Dein, James L. '70, notice of death, Spring 2004, p. 111.

Deininger, Whitaker T. '44, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 105.

Deisroth, Philip Maue '37, obituary, Spring 1988, p. 42.

Deisroth, Thomas Frederick '64, obituary, Spring 1977, p. 64.

Deisroth, William Maue '28 Obituary XXVIII: 3-86.

Deitch, Michele Y. '82, elected to the Board of Trustees, Summer 1995, p. 3.
      Article on, Summer 1997, p. 17.

DeKorte, Richard W. '57 Obituary XXVII: 4-61.

Delancey Street: Twenty-Five Poems. Thomas Hibbard XXVIII: 3-31.

Delaney, Andrew J. '84, book review by, Winter 1987, p. 32.

Delaney, Andrew, awarded a Henry Luce Scholarship, Summer 1984, p. 57.

Delaney, David P., faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 10.

Delaplaine, Richard P. '45, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 102.

Delatour, Dr. Beeckman J. '11 Obituary XXVII: 4-57.

Delavan, John Maxwell '27, obituary, Spring '78, p. 61.

Delemos, Robert A. '58, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 84.

DeLeon, Patrick '34, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 89.

DeLimur, Charles '44, book is reviewed, Spring '81, p. 28.

DelManzo, Donald D. Jr., becomes director of physical plant, Summer 1984, p. 5 & 57.
      Status of building projects on campus, Winter 1985, p. 6.

Demarest, Arthur Kenneth '20, obituary, Summer '79, p. 83.

DeMaria, Robert Jr. '70, book is received, Winter 1986, p. 25.
      Book is reviewed, Fall 1993, p. 35.

"Deme," Winter 1985, p. 9.

Demeritt, Beverlee '40, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 89.

Demonstration, Winter '79, p. 13.
      June '79, p. 6 & 8.

DeMott, Benjamin, article by, on English instruction at the secondary schools of Weston, Mass., Summer 1988, p. 6.
      Book is received, Fall 1988, p. 31.
      Article by, on "English and the promise of happiness," Winter 1990, p. 10.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 1991, p. 31.
      article by, on masking the differences between blacks and whites, Winter 1996, p. 19.
      News of Fall 2001 p. 7.
      received grant, Winter 1977, p. 5.
      NEH Seminar, Fall '78, p. 16.
      Winter '79, p. 3.
      Andrew W. Mellon Professor, Summer '80, p. 8.
      Awarded grant, Summer '81, p. 15.
      (Photograph of), Summer '83, p. 17.
      Named a member of the Board of Trustees of the National Humanities Faculty, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 6-7.
      Article is published, Winter 1984, p. 23.
      A Married Man. XXI: 2-24.
       Supergrow: Essays and Reports on Imagination in America. XXII: 2-34.
      Active in many projects. XVII: 4-24.
      You Don't Say: Studies of Modern American Inhibitions. XVIII: 4-31.
      Encounter in Mississippi. XX: 3-6.
      Receives Danforth Foundation award for 1968. XX: 2-30.
      Surviving the 70's. XXIII: 3-37.
      The Peace Corps' Secret Mission. XIV: 3-3.
      The Body's Cage. XI: 4-29; XII: 1-27

Dempesy, Colby W. Problems of Inquiry: The Natural Sciences. XXI: 1-2.
      article about, (photograph of, p. 17), Spring '81, p. 16.
      Letter from, Fall '81, p. 36.

Demus, Jorg, honorary degree citation, (photograph of, p. 19), Summer '81, p. 18.

Denatured Novel, The. Albert Van Nostrand. (Benjamin DeMott) XIII: 3-32.

Denig, Robert Scott '68, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 78.
      Vietnam and the (Alumni) Fund. Letters. XX: 4-43.

Denious, Robert D. '83, Eugene S. Wilson Intern, Summer '83, p. 19.

Dennerline, Jerry P., awarded a grant, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 6.
      Received Fulbright grant, recipient of stipend from NEH, Fall 1985, p. 12.
      lectured on Chinese history, Fall 1986, p. 6.
      Book received, Fall 1989, p. 32.
      One of 11 scholars to receive from the American Council of Learned Societies a postdoctoral fellowship for research on aspects of Chinese culture or society, Fall 1990, p. 5.
      Book has been awarded the New England Historical Association's 1990 Book Award, Fall 1991, p. 4.
      faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 10.

Denny, Charles Ruthven '33, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 89.

Denton, James Q., news of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 36.

Denton, Richard '43, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 115.

Denzer, Richard Graff '32, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 54.

Department, The. Gerald Warner Brace. XXI: 2-23.

DePasqua, Jeffery '65, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 57.

DePina, James C. '81, obituary, Fall 1996, p. 84.

Derge, Gerhard Julius '30, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 60.
      IV: 59

Deroin, Alonzo Dearborn 'II, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 60.

Desai, Anita, awarded honorary degree, Summer 2002, p. 8.

DeSanti, Louis A. '44, book received, Fall 2002, p. 33.

Deschenes, John Joseph '31, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 78.

DeToma, Andrew. Astronomer without a Telescope. XXVI: 3-23.
      Five Women on the Faculty. XXVI: 4-14.

Deutch, John Mark '60, honorary degree citation, Summer '78, p. 17.
      Article about, Winter ‘79, p. 3.
      nominated to serve in the third-highest position in the Pentagon as undersecretary for technology and acquisition, Spring 1993, p. 4.

Deutsch, Helen '82, book review by, Spring 1992, p. 33.

Deutsch, Jeffrey '77, Fall '77, p. 21.

Developing Executive Leaders. Edward C. Bursk, co-editor. XXIV: 2-29.

Development Council, meets for a program of student and faculty panel discussions and special workshops, Winter 1988, p. 6.

Development of Aircraft Engines and Fuels. (Robert O. Schlaifer and S. D. Heron.) II:151

Development of Tactical Services in the Army Air Forces, The. (John M. Coleman.) III: 66

Development of the Amherst College Mineral Collection. Carl A. Francis XXVII: 2-18.

Development of the Art Collection of Amherst College, The. Charles H. Morgan.

Devitt, James Stevenson '52, obituary, December '79, p. 72.

DeWan, George, article by, on Henry Ward Beecher's Plymouth Church, Spring 2001 p.20.

Dewey Anniversaries. (Hugh C. Pritchard.) IV: 107

Dewey, John Laidlaw '46, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 80.

Dewey, Melvil. IV: 107

DeWitt, Right Reverend Robert L. '37, book received, Winter 2002, p. 31.
      Obituary, Spring 2004, p. 111.
      Becomes Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania. XVII: 1-31.
      The Baccalaureate Sermon. XV: 1-20.

Dewitz, Friedl, article on, Winter 1987, p. 4.

Deyo, Israel T. '79. Obituary. VI: 3-9.

Dialogues on a Philosophy of History. Sumner C. Powell. (Walter A. Sedelow. Jr.) XI: 4-28

Diamond, Edward Arnold '34, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 47.

Diaz, Margaret E. '93, awarded Watson Fellowship, Summer 1993, p. 2.

Dibble, Frederick Norman '43, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 47.

Dick, Daniel '46, letter by, Summer '79. p. 38.
      letter from, Spring 2003, p. 40.

Dick, Richard George '12, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 34.

Dick, William Cranston '32, obituary, Summer '83. p. 58.

Dickerman, Dorothea W. '80, letter from, Spring 1989, p. 30.

Dickerson, Willard D., letter by, Winter '80, p. 26.

Dickey, Tom '31, bike trip to 50th reunion, Spring '81, p. 7.
      Reunion Weekend, Summer '81, p. 6.
      Bicycle trip story, Summer '81, p. 21-23 & 30.

Dickins, Paul Stratton '49. obituary, Spring 1985. p. 39.

Dickinson dress, photo of replica of, Winter 2000, p. 7.

Dickinson gate returns, article on, Spring 2004, p. 10.

Dickinson Homestead and The Evergreens merge to compose the new Emily Dickinson Museum, Winter 2003, p. 2.

Dickinson Homestead, article on secrets of, Fall 1999, p. 4.

Dickinson House, hours are expanded, Spring 1988, p. 3.
      Purchased by college. XVII: 3-29.
      Redecorated under direction of Mrs. Lewis Mudge. XVIII: 3-34.

Dickinson items presented to college, Summer 1984, p. 60.

Dickinson Latin textbook, college library acquires, Summer 2000, p. 4.

Dickinson Museum, receives major grant, Winter 2004, p. 7.

Dickinson, Cynthia, new curator of Dickinson Homestead, Spring 1996, p. 6.

Dickinson, E. Porter, article on his death, Spring 1991, p. 10.
      Receives honorary master of arts degree. XVII: 2-27.

Dickinson, Emily, a Collection of Critical Essays. Edited by Richard B. Sewall. XVI: 2-30.

Dickinson, Emily, book about, Fall '80, p. 28.
      commemoration of her death, Summer 1986, p. 33.
      College acquires two previously unrecorded manuscripts by, Summer 1992, p.6.
      Symposium, Fall '80, p. 6.
      A Concordance to the Poems of Emily Dickinson. S. P. Rosenbaum. XVII: 3-10.
      Emily Dickinson: Her Letter to the World. Polly Longsworth (Mrs. Charles R.) XVII: 4-31.
      Material presented by Mrs. Millicent Todd Bingham. IX: 1-22; X: 2-2, 3-20.

Dickinson, Homestead Trust, Emily, Spring 1977, p. 11.

Dickinson, Ingram '26, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 49.

Dickinson, Nate '53, book received, Summer 1994, p. 44.

Dickinson, Porter. Retires. XXI: 1-29.

Dickinson, Susan H., "The Annals of the Evergreens," Spring '81, p. 8.

Dickinsons of Amherst, The, book is reviewed, Fall 2002, p. 30.

Dickman, Sue '89, article by, on study abroad, Spring 2004, p. 28.

Dickson, Wallace H. '44, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 116.

Dictatorship in Latin America. Hugh M. Hamill, Jr. (Joseph S. Tulchin) XVIII: 2-32.

Dictionary of American Biography. XI: 2-15

Did Slavery Pay? Hugh G. J. Aitken, editor. XXIV: 2-31.

Didinger, Ray, article by, entitled "Fugett--Thinking Man's Tight End,” Fall 1976, p. 27.

Diefendorf, Richard Oliphant '34, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 65.

Dieffenderfer, John C. '49, notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.

Dietel, William M. Wins football wager at Emma Willard School. XX: l-inside front cover.

Dietrich, Donald '76, assistant dean of admission, Spring 1977, p. 6.
      Summer '77, p. 21.
      Associate Dean of Admission, Summer '80, p. 7.

Dietze, John Arthur '37, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 63.

Digital Equipment Corporation, Amherst receives equipment grant from, Summer 1988, p. 5.

Dilemmas of an Unavoidable Confrontation, A. David B. Truman. XXII: 4-2.

Dill, William Carter '36, obituary, Fall '77, p. 63.

Dillon, Robert E. '28, obituary, Spring '81, p. 61.

Dimensions and Directions of Change. Harold C. Haizlip. (Accord and Dissent) XVII: 2-2.

Dingley, Richard M. '52, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 99.

Dion, William J., Chief of Security, Summer '83, p. 19.
      resigns as chief of campus security, Summer 1990, p. 6.

Dionysus: The Tragedy of Nietzsche. Otto Manthey-Zorn. (J.S. Bixler) IX: 3-29.

Diplomas, paper or sheepskin? Summer 2001, p. 4.

Diplomatic Relations. (The Future of Sino-American Relations) James C. Thomeon, Jr. XX: 4-6.

Dirks, Richard A. '55, letter from, Fall 2002, p. 39.

Disaster Lobby: Prophets of Ecological Doom and Other Absurdities, The. Coauthor, Thomas R. Shepard, Jr. XXV: 4-20.

Disasters in the Sun and Other Verse Mishaps. Slade Schuster, Jr. XXVI: 2-25.

Disston, Geoffrey Whitmore '56, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 51.

Disston, Harry '21, book is reviewed, Summer '81, p. 33.
      obituary, Spring 1990, p. 45.

Distler, Joshua '93, article on his trip to Greece where he participated in a re-excavation of Pylos, Summer 1993, p. 14.

Dittman, Douglas A. '80, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 56.

Dittmar, George J. Jr. '35, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 90.

Ditzen, Lowell Russell. Benjamin Goodall Symon, Jr.: His Biography and Letters. XVI: 3-30.

Diver, Colin S. '65, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1990, p. 8.
      new trustee, Summer 1998, p. 3.

Diversity, Statement on, Summer 1996, p. 3.

Divestment, Summer 1986, p. 5.

Dix, Willard M. '77, book review by, Fall 1994, p. 41.
      Letter from, Summer 1994, p. 47.
      Book review by, Spring 1997, p. 34.
      coordinator of "Amherst One-to-One" alumni volunteer network, Fall 1991, p. 7.
      Letter from, Summer 1992, p. 42.
      letter from, Winter '82, p. 34.

Dizard, Jan E., appointed Charles Hamilton Houston Professor, Summer 1990, p. 7.
      Book by, Winter 1990, p. 28.
      professorship, Spring '78, p. 7.
      Japanese Educational Program, Summer '79, p. 18.
      ILS program, Summer '82, p. 18.
      book is reviewed, Spring 1995, p. 35.
      Book received, Winter 2000, p. 35.
      Book he edited received, Summer 2000, p. 40.
      Named Pick Reader, Fall 2000, p. 7.
      Featured in the column "What They Are Reading," Fall 2002, p. 35.

Doan, John Henry '29, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 44.

Doane, Robert Emerson '48, obituary, Fall 1996, p. 81.

Dobson, Harold Raymond '28, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 44.

Dobson, John Anderson '40, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 38.

Dobson, Richard Martin '40, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 48.

Dockham, Charles Durgin '28, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 59.

Doctor Has His Day, A. XII: 4-15

Doctors Manwell of Northampton, The. XXV: 2-20.

Dodd, Norman H. '27, death notice, Winter 1997, p. 68.

Dodd, Walter H. Jr. '24, death notice, Winter 1997, p. 68.

Dodge, Lloyd P. '36, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 91.

Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo E. '46, Spring 1996, inside back cover.

Dodge, Peter J. Appalachian Volunteers. (Smmner 1966) XIX: 3-10.

Dodson, Thurman Luce '26, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 43.

Doelling, Norman '52, letter from, Spring 1998, p. 39.
      Investing in Japanese Securities: Profit and Protection for the Intelligent Investor. XXV: 2-25.

Dogs, on campus, Fall 1993, p. 28.

Dogs. Letter from Goose. VII: 3-22.

Dolan, Chester Robert '40, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 67.

Dolan, Robert John '45, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 72.

Dolbeare, Louis P. '40, letter from, Spring 1989, p. 31.
      Letters. Architecture at Amherst. IX: 3-35.

Domijan, David '77, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 65.

Domingue, Joseph '30, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 58.

Dominguez, Augustine A., became associate dean of financial aid, Summer 1993, p.13.

Domoto, Takaji '27 Obituary XXVIII: 1-70.

Donahue, Laurence Leahy '19, obituary, Fall '81, p. 68.

Donahue, Laurence Leigh Jr. '43, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 52.

Donald Pitkin Day, article on, Summer 1999, p. 13.

Donaldson, Fred W. Obituary. XV: 3-31.

Donaldson, William Richard '35, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 79.

Donati, Richard Corso '45, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 67.

Donham, Allan Stuart '32, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 55.

Donovan, Robert F. '36, death notice, Summer 1997, p. 78.

Doocy, Paul '79. honorary degree, Summer '79, p. 14.

D'Ooge, Benjamin S. '17, obituary, Spring '78, p. 60.

Dooley, David M., awarded two-year, $100,000 grant by the u.s. Dept of Agriculture, Fall 1990, p. 5.
      Receives NSF award to support project, Fall 1991, p. 5.
      Awarded grant from National Science Foundation, Summer 1992, p. 15.
      Principal investigator for a project supported by the National Science Foundation, Fall 1993, p. 10.
      research grant, June '80, p. 8.
      Received grant, Summer '81, p. 16.
      Received two grants, Spring '82, p. 2 & 3.
      Awarded two research grants, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 6.

Dooley, Richard Francis '43, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 55.

Doolittle, W. David '74, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 52.

Doolittle, William P. S. '11. Obituary. V: 1-24.

Dorain, Paul B., received grant from the American Chemical Society to support student honors research, Fall 1990, p. 5.

Doran, Robert Charles '49, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 48.

Doran, Robert, awarded Trustee-Faculty Fellowship, Summer '81, p. 6.
      book published, Fall 1995, p. 7.
      Book received, Fall 1995, p. 42.
      Named Samuel Williston Professor of Greek and Hebrew, Fall 1996, p. 11.
      book review by, Fall 1987, p. 30.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 1994, p. 42.

Dormitories. Dedication of Coolidge and Stone dormitories. XIX: 1-31.
      Named for two alumni - Coolidge and Stone. XVIII: 4-16.

Dormitory, New, winner of a special citation, Fall 1987, p. 8.

Dorn, Jonathan A. '88, article by, on Robert Archey Woods '1886, Fall 1995, p. 22.

Dorsey, Woody '82, book received, Spring 2004, p. 40.

Dorwart, Harold Edmund '45, obituary, Spring '81, p. 64.

Dorwart, Reinhold A. '31, obituary, Winter 2003, p. 88.
      The Administrative Reforms of Frederick William I of Prussia. XXV: 3-25.
      The Prussian Welfare State Before 1740. XXIV: 2-29.

Doscher, J. Henry Jr. '42, book is reviewed, Fall 1994, p. 41.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1997, p. 42.
      Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Fall 1997, inside back cover.

Doshisha University, June '79, p. 12.
      Summer '79, p. 18.
      Fall '80, p. 11.
      Amherst House at Doshisha. Lawrence A. Spiegel. XX: 4-19.
      Gift for Amherst House received. X: 2-19.
      new ties with, Winter 1995, p. 8.
      II:109. III: 64; 103; 108. IV: 59. XII: 4-1
      Report by Otis Cary. Picture of Amherst House. VI: 3-4,5.
      Okabe Retirement XII: 2-12
      President Cole receives LL.D. XI: 1-9

Doshisha: Amherst in Japan. Douglas M. Williams XII: 4-5

Doty, John '40, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 61.

Doucett, James Aylmer, Jr. '44, obituary, Summer 1985, p. 33.

Doug Swift--Rookie Pro. XXIII: 2-23.

Dougan, Suzanne P., costume designer for Hartford Stage production, Fall 1994, p. 6.
      designed scenery for new opera, Summer 1989, p. 5.

Doughty, Howard Waters. I:16

Douglas, Hugh '49, obituary, Spring 2003, p. 87.

Douglas, James '24, obituary, Summer '80, p. 62.

Douglas, James Stuart '45, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 8I.

Douglas, Lewis Williams '16. Obituary. XXVI: 4-21.
      Arizona Tribute. VI: 3-3.
      Lectures at new Converse Auditorium. XIX: 3-25.

Douglas, Paul H. Address at 145th Commencement. XIX: 1-6.

Douglas, Prof. Lawrence R., book review by, Spring 1995, p. 36.
      Lazerowitz Lecturer for 1995, Fall 1995, p. 7.
      Received Eugene S. Wilson Faculty Development Fellowship, Fall 1996, p. 11.
      Coauthor of piece in The New York Times Book Review, Fall 1998, p. 10.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 10.
      News of, Fall 2000, p. 7.
      Book received, Fall 2001, p. 36.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 2002, p. 36.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 6.
      What he's been reading, Winter 2003, p. 38.
      News of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 4.

Douglas, Richard M. Jacopo Sadoleto 1477-1547: Humanist and Reformer. XII: 1-28
      An Introduction to College -" The Disclosure of Mystery". The Social Sciences. XIII: 2-3.

Douglass, Archibald G. Jr. '37, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 67.

Douglass, Arthur Robert '35, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 70.

Douglass, Mr. and Mrs. David L. '74, Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Winter 2000, inside back cover.

Douglass, Paul '73, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1987, p. 33.

Dow, Alva Morrison '32, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 61.

Dow, Richard Thompson '44, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 79.

Dow, Stanley Hopewell '46, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 41.

Dow, Vaughan '39, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 53.

Dowdney, John Purcell '43, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 67.

Dower, John W. '59, article on, Fall 1987, p. 14.
      Interview with, Fall 1987, p. 17.
      book is reviewed, Summer 1999, p. 35.
      Awarded honorary degree, Summer 2002, p. 8.

Dower, John. Cole Cites Monogamy Among American Youth. IX: 4-7.

Dowley, Robert Curtis '41, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 71.

Dowling, Anne Melissa '80, new trustee, Summer 2001, p. 11.

Dowling, John Francis, Jr. '34, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 45.

Dowling, Mark W. '74, departing alumni assistant, Summer '79, p. 15.
      Letter from, Summer '82, p. 31.
      assistant secretary of the Alumni Council, Fall 1976, p. 5.

Down and Out in the Sixties. H. R. Wolf. XX: 3-15.

Down Through the Clouds, the Sea. Poems. Richard Aldridge. (Rolfe Humphries) XVI: 1-33.

Downey, Walter F. '06. To retire as headmaster Boston English High School. VII: 1-13.

Downs, David E. '77, Ives Washburn Fellow, Spring 1977, p. 6.
      Ives Washburn Fellow, Summer '77, p. 21.

Downs, Stephen F. Crossroads Africa. XIV: 3-10.

Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan. The Man Who Hated Sherlock Holmes: A Life of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. James Playsted Wood. XVIII: 1-40.

Drabinski, John, book review by, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 39.

Draft Controversy. XX: 3-19.

Drake, Jennifer '82, letter from, Winter 1986, p. 30.

Drake, Nathaniel '32, obituary, Winter '80, p. 95.

Dramatic Arts. King Professorship. IV: 203

Dramatic Providence in Macbath. George Roy Elliott. XIII: 3-34.

Dramatic Providence in Macbeth: A Study of Shakespeare's Tragic Theme of Humanity and Grace. G. R. Elliott (Roger Sale) XI: 3-25

Draper, Ernest Gallaudet '06. Obituary. VII: 1-9.

Draper, Thomas J. Jr. '50, obituary, Winter 2003, p. 94.

Drawings. Tom Funk. XII: 2-1

Drechsler, Ivan R. Jr. '43 Obituary XXVII: 4-61.

Drew House, Fall 1984, p. 2-3.

Drew Pearson: An Unauthorized Biography. Oliver Pilat. XXVI: 1-26.

Drew, Charles R. '26. Memorial Scholarship Tops $10,000. V: 2-50.
      The Best Player I Ever Coached by Tuss McLaughry. Text and photo. V: 4-146.
      honored, Fall '80, p. 8.
      Honored on new postage stamp, Summer '81, p. 10.
      letter written by, to his fiancee Lenore Robbins, Winter 1998, p. 6.
      Excerpt on, from United Airlines. XXVIII:2-7
      See Sterne review. XII: 3-23
      II:184
      portrait of unveiled, Fall 1976, p. 19.

Drew, Herbert Chandler '32, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 50.

Drew, Raymond T. '49, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 53.

Drinking Age, becomes 21, Spring 1985, p. 4-5.

Drinking, "Don't Drive Drunk Barbecue," Fall 1986, p. 3.

Drinkwater, David, resignation, Spring ‘78, p. 6.
      Succeeds Robert A. Ward as Dean of Students. XXV: 4-13.

Driscoll, Philip J. '43, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 62.

Driscoll, Robert G. '81, fraternities, June '80, p. 4.

Drury, Charles E. '33, notice of death, Spring 2003, p. 82.

Dry Season, The. (Dan Wickenden.) III: 66

du Bouchet, Andre '45. Subject of chapel talk by Reuben A. Brower. V: 3-107.

Dubin, Seth Harris '54, honorary degree citation, Summer '77, p. 10.
      Winter '78, p. 7.

Duboff, Robert '70, book he co-authored received, Winter 2001, p. 41.

Ducharme, George Edward '23, obituary, Fall '80, p. 58.

Dudley, Earl C. Jr. '61, book is reviewed, Spring '81, p. 30.
      Crisis in a Newsroom. XVI: 3-3.

Dudley, Frank Gamble '30, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 62.

Duff, Alexander '20, obituary, June '80, p. 75.

Duffey, Joseph D., honorary degree citation, Summer '83, p. 10.

Duffield, Christopher '71, author of book, Winter 1977, p. 29.

Dugan, Lawrence Kenneth '33, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 55.

Dumm, Prof. Thomas L., book is reviewed, Fall 1996, p. 39.
      Book received, Fall 1999, p. 39.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 7.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 6.

Dumper, William J. '26, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Duncan, Clyde Emerson II '47, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 92.

Duncan, George H. '99. People, Land and Taxes: A Study of Man's Relationship with Mother Earth and His Fellows. VI: 4-25.

Duncan, George Henry. IX: 2-14.

Duncan, Suzanne T. '86, graduate fellow in the Pratt Museum of Geology, Fall 1986, p. 28.

Duncan, W. Cary '27, obituary, Fall '82, p. 70.

Dunn, Albert Howard III '43, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 86.

Dunn, Kent Alberto '98, included in article on A Better Chance, Fall 1994, p. 20.

Dunn, Mary Maples, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1987, p. 8.
      new president of Smith College, Spring 1985, p. 6.

Dunne, John D., awarded stipend for travel by the Thomas J. Watson Foundation, Summer 1984, p. 57.

Dunne, Tommy '87, article by, on University Mastersingers, Fall 1996, p. 9.

Dupre, Huntley. (Edward Duffield Neill: Pioneer Educator) II:23

Duquette, Dan '80, named the new general manager of the Boston Red Sox, Spring 1994, p. 10.

Durer Prints. XII: 3-7

Durgin, Reginald Lee '74, obituary, Winter '80, p. 97.

Durham, Walter Kremer, Jr. '49, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 41.

Durk, David '57, author of book, Winter 1977, p. 29.
      Author of book, Spring 1977, p. 30.
      appointed to United Nations. XXVIII: 3-9.
      On Being A Cop. XXIV: 3-9.
      Reprint of article from "Life Magazine". XXII: 4-6.

Durkee, Stanley Robbins '29, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 60.

Durkes, Richard Steel '41, obituary, Spring '81, p. 63.

Durst, Edwin W. '29, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Duryee, John S. '62, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 1988, p. 26.

Dustin, William K. '66, book received, Spring 2000, p. 33.

Dutton, Caryn '92, included in article on Amherst Women in Science, Spring 1992, p.11.

Duvall, Edward Ellwood '49, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 59.

Dworkin, Ronald, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1996, p. 5.

Dworkin, Walter, book received, Spring 1999, p. 32.

Dwyer, William Edward '24, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 63.

Dy, Charlene '03, article by, on first-year orientation, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 26.
      Article by, on Jay Moore '94, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 32.
      Article by, on return of Dickinson gate, Spring 2004, p. 10.

Dylan Thomas: The Country of the Spirit. Rushworth N. Kidder XXVII: 2-25.

Dynamic Principles of Mechanics. (David R. Inglis.) II:66

Eagleton, Thomas F. '50, interview with, Summer 1986, p. 15-19, 25-26.

Eames, Edward W. ‘22 Obituary XXVII: 4-24.

Eareckson, John Leif '49, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 68.

Earle, Ernest Lord '09, obituary, Spring '81, p. 58.

Earle, Richard '53, book received, Fall 2000, p. 41.

Early, John H. '44, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 70.

Eastern Establishment and the Western Experience, The: The West of Frederic Remi on Theodore Roosevelt and Owen Wister. G. Edward White. Allen Guttmann XX: 4-39.

Eastern Outreach in Western Massachusetts. Henry M. Littlefield. XXIV: 2-24.

Eastman Chapel. IV: 201

Eastman, Anthony D. '30, notice of death, Fall 2000, p. 88.

Eastman, Clarence Willis. IV: 199

Eastman, Frederic Curtiss '42, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 81.

Eastman, Joseph B., Foundation. (Earl Latham.) III: 54

Eastman, Lucius Root '34, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 47.

Eastman, Lucius Root III. IV: 201

Eastman, Philip Dey '33, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 46.

Eastman, Philip Yale '19, obituary, Winter '80, p. 92.

Eastwood, Daniel Wilbur '23, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 58.

Easwar, Nalini, received grant, Fall 1986, p. 6.

Easy Does It. Dana B. Westberg '76 XXVIII: 4-19.

Eaton, Charles Chester Jr. '34, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 92.

Eaton, Louis Franklin '15, obituary, Winter 1977, p. 80.

Eaton, Stanley E. '25, death notice, Spring 1996, p. 65.

Ebby, Robert '88, received the Eugene Wilson Award, Summer 1988, p. 21.

Ebersole, J. Ashley '01, letter from, Fall 2002, p. 38.

Eccles, Robert Stuart '58, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 84.

Echelman, David A. '79, notice of death, Winter 2003, p. 88.

Eckardt, Stephen Alfred '52, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 82.

Eckley, Paul W. Elected to College Baseball Hall of Fame. XIX: 2-29.
      obituary, Winter '79, p. 26.
      Final season successful. XVIII: 1-37.
      Retires. XVII: 4-4.

Economic Crisis Reader, The. ed. David Mermelstein. XXVIII: 1-28

Economic History of Europe (3rd edition). Shepard B. Clough and Charles W. Cole. V: 4-160.

Economic Integration in Central America: Empirical Investigations. Jeffrey B. Nugent. XXVII: 3-32.

Economic Integration in the Soviet Bloc: With an East German Case Study. Heinz Kohler. XVIII: 4-31.

Economic Performance under Public Ownership: British Fuel and Power. William G. Shepherd. (James R. Nelson) XVIII: 4-30.

Economics. Merrill Chair. III: 107
      Field Trip. III: 155
      Merrill Chair. IV: 146
      Teaching Experiments. X: 1-28.
      Washington Visit. II:192

Economics: Mainstream Readings and Radical Critiques. David Mermelstein, editor. XXIII: 2-29.

Economy measures, to curb growth in the college's spending, Winter 1990, p. 2.

Ecumenical Revolution The: An Intepretation of the Catholic-Protestant Dialogue. Robert McAfee Brown. (J. A. Martin, Jr.) XX: 2-35.

Edds, Mac Vincent Jr. '38 Obituary XXVIII: 3-87.

Eddy, Carroll Bartlett '32 Obituary XXVIII: 1-72.

Eddy, David Brewer Jr. '39, obituary, Summer '77, p. 67.

Eddy, David Gordon '50, obituary, Winter 1996, p. 80.

Eddy, Ernest Arthur Jr. '41, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 95.

Eddy, Frank Stetson, Jr. '31, obituary, Summer 1992, p. 50.

Eddy, Nancy R. Obituary XXVII: 1-55.

Edee, Allen Barnett '19 Obituary XXVIII: 4-59.

Edelman, Marian Wright, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1985, p. 11.

Edelson, Mitch '87, received the Bill Wilson Award, Summer 1987, p. 28.

Edelstein, Haskell '54, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 108.

Edelstein, Jeffrey P., awarded stipend for travel by the Thomas J. Watson Foundation, Summer 1984, p. 57.

Edes, Francis Davie '41, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 60.

Edey, Winthrop Kellogg '59, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 83.

Edgerton, Barton Wilcox '28, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 42.

Edith Sitwell: The Sybolist Order. James D. Brophy. (William H. Pritchard) XX: 4-38.

Edley, Christopher F., awarded honorary degree, Fall 1986, p. 11.

Edmands, A. Tracy '41, obituary, Spring '82, p. 62.

Edmiston, James R. Jr. '23, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 44.

Edmiston, Robert Hugh '23, obituary, Spring '82, p. 58.

Edson, Chauncey Lindsley '25, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 88.

Educating the Black Student. Luther Hilton Foster. XXI: 1-16.

Education and the Computer Revolution. G. Ernest Anderson. XVIII: 3-24.

Education at Amherst, 1954-55: A Student Evaluation of the Amherst Curriculum. Theta Xi Fraternity. VIII: 1-33.

Education at Amherst: The New Program. Gail Kennedy. VIII: 2-4.

"Education at Amherst Reconsidered," Summer '78, p. 28.

Education for Citizen Action: Challenge for Secondary Curriculum. Fred E. Newmann XXVII: 4-30.

Education, Careers in. XI: 3-20

Education. Research and Development for Education. John D. Herzog. XVIII: 3-19.
      The Changing World of Education. XVIII: 4-32.

Educational Elites. X: 3-21.

Educational Policy and the Law: Cases and Materials. David L. Kirp, co-author. XXVI: 4-30.

Educational Policy. A Report to The Committee on Educational Policy from The Subcommittee to Study Student Life. Special Issue, Winter 1965.

Edward Duffield Neill: Pioneer Educator. (Huntley Dupre.) II:23

Edward Jones, 1826: First American Negro College Graduate? Hugh Hawkins. XIV: 3-20.

Edwards, Edward Boutilier '28, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 60.

Edwards, George Peck '32, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 36.

Edwards, Gordon Stuart '59, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 82.
      letter from, Winter 1988, p. 31.

Edwards, Herbert W. '34, book received, Summer 2001, p. 35.
      Obituary, Spring 2004, p. 111.
      Backgrounds of American Literary Thought. (with Rod W. Horton). V: 4-160.

Edwards, Thomas R. '50, book is reviewed, Spring 1992, p. 33.
      Imagination and Power: A Study of Poetry on Public Themes. XXIV: 2-29.

Edwards, William Frederick '51, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 80.

Effective Letters in Business. Robert L. Shurtcr. VII: 1-29.

Egloff, William Fain '39, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 53.

Ehrenkranz, Joel '73, included in article on Amherst-NIH Research Fellowship, Winter 1999, p. 6.

Ehrgood, Allen Henry Jr. '36, obituary, Spring '82, p. 61.

Ehrgood, Peter Witmeyer '41, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 75.

Ehrlich, Louis Hecht '24, obituary, Spring 1977, p. 61.

Eichenfield, Lawrence '80, debate team, Spring '78, p. 7.
      Remarks on coeducation, December '79, p. 9.

Eichner-Dixon, Peter, Copeland Fellow, Spring 1985, p. 7.

Eisen, William '70, letter by, Summer '77, p. 29.

Eisenhower, David '70, article on, Summer 1987, p. 10.

Eisenmenger, Robert W. '48, book review by, Fall 1991, p. 32.

Eisler, Betty N., letter by, June '80, p. 38.

Eisner, Henry M.D. '51, obituary article by, Spring '81, p. 64.

Eisner, John '82, included in article on Shakespeare play, Fall 1992, p. 19.

Eklund, Julie A. '83, Mayo-Smith Intern, Summer ’83, p. 19.

Ekwurtzel, Donald Wesley '45, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 58.

Ela, Howard Chester Jr. '43, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 72.

Elbert, Samuel George '22, obituary, Winter '79, p. 88.

Elder, Frank R. '11, obituary, Spring '83, p. 45.

Elder, Thomas Potter '28, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 42.

Elderkin, Noble S. '01. Honored in Akron. VIII: 2-14.

Eldredge, Charles C. '66, book is reviewed, Winter '80, p. 28.
      book received, Spring 2004, p. 40.
      new trustee, Summer 1987, p. 5.
      Book is reviewed, Fall 1991, p. 30.

Eldridge, Zellner Edward '27, obituary, Fall '77, p. 61.

Elect Nation, The: The Meaning and Relevance of Foxe's "Book of Martyrs". William Haller. (Alfred F. Havighurst) XVII: 1-42.

Election of 1954, The. Earl Latham. VII: 3-15.

Election, Report of Inspectors, Summer '77, p. 6.
      Summer '78, p. 14.
      Summer '79, p. 19.
      Summer '80, p. 7.
      Summer '82, p. 4.
      Summer '83, p. 15.
      Fall 1984, p. 7.
      Fall 1985, p. 10.

Elements of the Universe. Glenn T. Seaborg and Evans G. Valens. (Robert B. Whitney) XI: 3-26

Elias, Jamal J., paragraph on his recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 7.
      Book received, Fall 1995, p. 42.
      Book he translated/introduced is received, Winter 1999, p. 36.
      Book received, Winter 1999, p. 36.
      Book review by, Winter 2001, p. 37.
      tackles problems of Islamic religious past, Summer 1990, p. 9.
      Awarded a Trustee-Faculty Fellowship for the academic year 1992-93, Summer 1992, p. 15.

Elivert, Donald '01, included in article on his thesis project, Summer 2001, p. 12.

Elizabeth Bowen, an Introduction to Her Novels. William Heath. (Robert G. Tucker) XV: 1-31.

Elizabeth Bowen, An Introduction to Her Novels. William Heath. XIV: 3-31.

Ellen, Stephen Tapper '37, obituary, Fall '82, p. 74.

Ellen, Terence. The Student, 1966. Profile. XVIII: 3-14.

Ellenport, Samuel B. '65, essay on brass plate dies, Fall '80, p. 28.
      new chair of Friends of the Library Group, Summer 1990, p.8.
      Book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.
      article by, on Friends of the Amherst College Library, Winter 1995, p. 2.
      Letter from, Spring 1999, p. 34.
      Letter from, Winter 2003, p. 39.

Ellert, Ernest Edwin '37, obituary, Fall '80, p. 61.

Ellington, Duke, symposium held in celebration of 100th anniversary of his birth, Spring 1999, p. 5.

Ellinwood, Thomas Rounsevell '44, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 70.

Elliott, George Roy. (Scourge and Minister: A study of Hamlet.) III: 159
      Dramatic Providence in Macbeth. XIII: 3-34.
      Obituary. XVI: 3-14.
      Dramatic Providence in Macbeth: A Study of Shakespeare's Tragic Theme of Humanity and Grace. XI: 3-25
      Flaming Minister: A Study of Othello. VI: 2-20.

Elliott, Michael A. '92, book received, Spring 2003, p. 33.

Elliott, Robert Lazier Jr. '28, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 88.

Ellis, Arthur Linwood '26, obituary, Winter '79, p. 89.

Ellis, George C. III '77, Mayo-Smith Fellow in Admission, Spring 1977, p. 6.

Ellis, John Francis '48, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 66.

Ellis, William Pneuman '36, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 93.

Ells, Arthur Fairbanks. (Allyn L. Brown.) III: 5
      Obituary. XVI: 3-15.
      (Invitation to Week End,) II:facing 51
      Comments on Cole Administration XII: 1-4
      Resignation from Board XI: 4-20
      Scholarship Fund. XVII: 1-43.

Ells, Harriet '97, contributed to sports section, Spring 1995, p. 32.

Ells, Jonathan F. '30, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 54.

Ellsworth, Stanley Fessenden '31, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 54.

Elman, Joseph Shalit '74, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 83.

Elowitch, Rob '65, article on, Summer 1998, p. 24.

Elwell, Allan D. '29, notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Emanuel, Ezekiel J. '79, book he coedited received, Spring 2004, p. 40.
      book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.

Embryology. (Cheaper Beef.) II:148

Emerson, Benjamin Kendall. Anecdotes. XIII: 4-inside front cover.

Emerson, Dow Eldon Jr. '50, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 66.

Emerson, George W. '42, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 95.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo – The Sage at Amherst. Arthur L. Gillett. IX: 2-16.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, article on what he wrote in his journal after visiting the College, Winter 1996, p. 10.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Selections from. Edited by Stephen E. Whicher. X: 4-19.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Trust Thyself: A Life of Ralph Waldo Emerson for the Young Reader. James Playsted Wood. XVII: 2-39.

Emerson, Thomas Irwin, received honorary degree at Commencement, Summer 1976, p. 6.

Emery, Arthur Bernard '33, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 43.

Emily Dickinson Letters. IV: 14

Emily Dickinson, a Collection of Critical Essays. Edited by Richard B. Sewall. XVI: 2-30.

Emily Dickinson: A Revelation. Millicent Todd Bingham. VII: 3-31.

Emily Dickinson: Her Letter to the World. Polly Longsworth (Mrs. Charles R.) (P. S.) XVII: 4-31.

Emily Dickinson's Home: Letters of Edward Dickinson and His Family. Millicent Todd Bingham. VIII: 3-33.

Emory, Eric S. '49, book is reviewed, Summer '78, p. 36.
      Summer '79, p. 14.
      When to Sell Stocks. Portfolio Liquidation: The Key to Superior Performance without Stock Selection. XXVI: 4-29.

Emperor Hirohito's European Tour. Harumi Takeuchi. XXIV: 3-4

Empire of the Inca. Burr Cartwright Brundage. (Stanley C. Ross) XVI: 2-28.

Empress Eugenie, article on, Fall 1995, p. 11.

Enbody, David Brodhead '32, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 79.

Encounter in Mississippi. Benjamin DeMott. XX: 3-6.

Encouraging Teachers. Van R. Halsey. XII: 2-5

Encyclopedia of American History. Robert B. Morris, editor. Henry Steele Commager. Chief consultant editor. XXIII: 3-37.

End of the American Era, The. Andrew Hacker. XXIII: 1-33.

End of the American Future, The. Peter Schrag. XXVI: 3-28.

Endicott, William T. Named assistant to the Secretary. XXI: 3-19.

Endowment Committee Meeting. XI: 2-16

Endowment Committee. IV: 203

Endowment, leads college funds group, Summer 1985, p. 2-3.

Energetic Educator: Clifford L. Lord. XVII: 1-20.

Energy Fund, Winter '81, p. 2.

Energy: An Introduction to Physics. Robert H. Romer XXVIII: 4-29

Engelsman, Alan D. '54, book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.
      obituary, Spring 2004, p. 121.

Engineering Manpower: How to Improve Its Productivity. Robert E. S. Arndt and Others. ( F.T.P.P. Jr.) X: 4-20.

Engle, Troy '83, wins race walk, (photograph of), Fall '80, p. 26.

Engle, Wills T. '28, retired alumni business volunteer, Spring 1977, p. 19.
      Reunion, Summer '78, p. 7.
      Honorary degree citation, Summer '78, p. 18.
      Article about his death, Winter '82, p. 39.
      III: 12

English 21-22. Reuben A. Brower. VI: 1-9.

English, Arthur R. '35, obituary, Summer 2003, p. 90.

English, James F. '80, book received, Fall 1995, p. 43.

English, James R. '69, book received, Fall 2001, p. 40.

English, Ross Burnell '32, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 37.

English. Freshman Course. IV: 194

Enlisted Man, The. Mercer D. Tate. VIII: 4-11.

Ensign, William Holland Jr. '31, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 52.

Ensign's Graduation address. Eric P. Cody. XXV: 4-8.

Enter Gambia: The Birth of an Improbable Nation. Berkeley Rice. XX: 1-34.

Epistle to All My Friends. Poem by Walker Gibson. V: 3-103.

Epple, John Olin '37, obituary, Winter 1977, p. 83.

Epps, Willie Jr. '92, new trustee, Summer 1997, p. 2.

Epstein, Catherine A., news of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 4.

Epstein, Dr. Samuel '23, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 44.

Epstein, Joseph, obituary notice, Summer 1993, p. 3.
      and Kennedy, Gail, editors. The Process of Philosophy. A Historical Introduction. XX: 3-33.

Epstein, Joshua M. '76, book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 1985, p. 25.

Epstein, Richard Lewis '51, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 47.

Equity Funding Fraud. XXV: 4-11.

Erickson, Peter '67, book he edited and introduced is received, Spring 1997, p. 37.
      Book he edited is reviewed, Spring 2001, p. 35.
      book is reviewed, Winter 1985, p. 28.
      book is reviewed, Winter 1986, p. 26.
      Book is reviewed, Fall 1992, p. 33.

Erickson, Susan, Assistant Secretary for Capital Programs, Summer ‘81, p. 12.

Erickson, Timothy '88, book received, Summer 2004, p. 37.

Ernest Hemingway. Philip Young. V: 4-161.

Ernest Heminway: A Reconsideration. Philip Young. (Allen Guttmann) XIX: 1-39.

Errington, Frederick, book he co-authored is published, Fall 1991, p. 5.

Erythroblastosis Fetalis Including Exchange Transfusion Technic. Fred H. Allen, Jr. X: 4-20.

Eschweiler, Alexander Chadbourne III '44, obituary, Summer 1985, p. 33.

Escobar, Concepcion '93, named the first winner of the Rosenberg award, Spring 1994, p. 13.

Essay for Our Times, An. (H. Stuart Hughes.) II:151

Essays in Sociological Theory, Pure and Applied. (Talcott Parsons.) II:21

Essays on Diderot and the Enlightenment in Honor of Otis Fellows. John N. Pappas ed. XXVII: 2-23.

Essays, Letters and Reviews by Matthew Arnold. Collected and Edited by Fraser Neiman. William Heath XIII: 1-25.

Essays, Letters and Reviews by Matthew Arnold. Fraser Nieman. Editor. XII: 4-26

Estabrook, Tabitha L. '87, article on, Summer 1992, p. 10.

Esten, Nathaniel S. '45, notice of death, Summer 2002, p. 91.

Estes, Ernest Lathan Jr. '38, obituary, Fall 1996, p. 79.

Estey, Frederick Russell '61, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 45.

Estey, L. Wendell '30, notice of death, Summer 2002, p. 91.

Estrin, Mark W. '59, book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.
      obituary, Spring 2003, p. 90.

Esty, Catherine '80, Assistant Alumni Secretary, Spring '81, p. 6.

Esty, Dave '54, letter from, Spring 1991, p. 38.

Esty, Edward Greene '52, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 95.

Esty, John C. '22. Appointed Assistant to the Alumni Secretary. V: 2-58.

Esty, John C. Jr. '50, "Amherst remembers the Dean of Deans," Spring '81, p. 3.
      Letter from, Summer '83, p. 74.
      Letter from, Spring 1985, p. 26.
      article by, on "upgrading the nation's report card," Spring 1989, p.17.
      letter from, Fall 2000, p. 43.
      Appointed Assistant Dean. VI: 2-17.
      Choosing A Private School. XXVI: 4-29.
      elected Alumni trustee. XXIII: 1-21.
      Associate dean. IX: 4-31.
      Headmaster, Taft School. XV: 4-24.

Esty, John Cushing '22, obituary, Winter '78, p. 18.

Esty, Thomas Cushing. Obituary. XI: 3-23

Ethics in International Relations Today. Dean Acheson. XVII: 3-2.

Ethier, Thomas A. II:193

Euripides Hippolytos. Robert Bagg, translator. XXVI: 4-29.

Europe by Car. Donald R. Hart, Jr. XIII: 3-34.

Europe by Car. Second revised edition. Donald R. Hart, Jr. X: 1-29.

Europe in Your Car: A Planned Trip within Your Budget. Donald R. Hart, Jr. V: 4-161.

European World, The: A Historical Introduction. (Paul Farmer.) IV: 20

Evans, Arthur H. '34, notice of death, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.

Evans, David Shirk '38, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 52.

Evans, David Winston '50, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 55.

Evans, Frank Brooke III '35, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 93.

Evans, John Joseph Jr. '25, obituary, Spring '81, p. 60.

Evans, Marlin Charles '41, obituary, Spring 1990, p. 50.

Evans, Nicholas M. '52, new trustee, Summer 1987, p. 5.
      Society of the Alumni, Summer '77, p. 4.

Evans, Robert Lester '44, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 70.

Evans, Rowland Cadwalader Jr. '19, obituary, June '79, p. 60.

Evans, Thomas K. '36, death notice, Winter 1995, p. 63.

Evening Chapel: An Experiment. Michael C. Gallant. XX: 2-21.

Everden, Suzanne J., new coach, Fall 1986, p. 15.

Everest Adventure. Armand E. Singer. XXII: 1-3.

Everest: Coed. Nan and Fred Stott. XXII: 1-8.

Everett, Samuel H. '23, death notice, Fall 1999, p. 76.

Evers, Donald W. '27, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 60.

Everyman His Own Poet: Romantic Gospels in American Literature. A. D. Van Nostrand. XXI: 3-27.

Ewald, Paul W., paragraph on his recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 7.
      News of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 5.
      Featured in Union-News, Fall 1998, p. 10.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 10.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 41.
      Was cited in The Chicago Sunday Sun-Times in its “Strange but True" column, Winter 2000, p. 7.
      Named the Domenic J. Paino '55 Professor in Global Environmental Studies, Fall 2000, p. 7.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 7.
      chaired a symposium at the Univ. of Sussex, England, Fall 1985, p. 23.
      received funding for project, Summer 1989, p. 6.
      Received NSF grant in support of biological research, Fall 1990, p. 6.
      Item on his accomplishments, Spring 1993, p. 5.

Ewald, Richard Dudley '35, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 76.

Ewen, Malcolm '76, "An Amherst Theater in Vermont," December '79, p. 26.
      Senior dramatist. XXVIII: 4-8.

Ewing Hospital. IV: 50

Ewing, Clinton Stillwell '40, obituary, Fall '82, p. 74.

Ewing, David W. '45, death notice, Fall 2001, p. 86.
      editor. Long-Range Planning for Management. XXV: 1-26.
      The Human Side of Planning. XXII: 3-24.
      The Managerial Mind. XVII: 1-42.

Ewing, Lewis J. '31, notice of death, Spring 2001, p. 89.

Examinations, Final. XI: 1-4

Exceptions for Myself. John E. Kehoe. XXV: 2-22.

Existentialism and Religious Belief. David E. Roberts. Roger Hazelton, Editor. XII: 3-24

Experience, The. Cecil Hemley. (Roger Sale) XIII: 1-26.

Experience, The. Cecil Hemley. XII: 4-26

Experiments and Studies in General Psychology., L. Dodge Fernald. (Rose R. Olver) XVIII: 3-46.

Explaining a Smile. Michael C. Benke. XXIII: 4-5.

Fabulous Unicorn, The. Peter B. Howe. XII: 1-26

Fact and Theory in Economics. Morris A. Copeland. Introduction by Chandler Morse. (Willard L. Thorp). XI: 4-27

Faculty Activities, Appointments, Retirements
      XXVII: 1-18, 2-5,6; 3-3, 4-6
      XXVIII: 1-20; 2-7,8,9,10; 3-2, 4-4.

Faculty and Administration XXI: 1-27, 32; 3-19; 4-13. XXII: 1-20, 26; 3-19; 4-18, 20.
      Pass/Fail Course XXI: 2-22.
      Ten College Cooperation. XXI: 2-22; 4-11.

Faculty Hiring. Douglas C. Wilson '62. XXVIII: 4-16.

Faculty Life, The Student Committee Report on. Charles I. Bunting. Stoddard Lane III. XVII: 4-18.

Faculty Notes. XI: 1-19, 2-21, 3-24, 4-22; XII: 1-24, 2-17, 3-21, 4-22

Faculty Viewpoint. Robert F. Grose. XI: 4-6

Faculty, Political Attitudes of the Amherst. Robert M. Rozenzwieg. IX: 2-6.

Faculty. Appointments. I:17; II:20; II:65; II:198
      Promotions. II:20
      Sabbatical Leaves. I:17; II:148
      Retirements. II:20
      Appointments. III: 18; 158
      Leaving Amherst. III: 19; 158
      Promotions. III: 18; 202
      Retirements. III: 18
      Size of. III: 64
      Appointments. IV: 61; 164; 207
      Leaves. IV: 62; 164
      Promotions. IV: 207
      Retirements. IV: 207
      ROTC Officers. IV: 62
      Activities. V: 4-156, 5-198; VI: 2-15, 4-23
      Appointments. V: 1-15, 2-58, 4-159, 5-198; VI: 2-15, 3-15, 4-23.
      Promotions. V:4-156, 5-198; VI: 4-23.
      Resignations. V: 5-199.
      Retirements. V: 3-105
      VII: 1-27,2-23, 3-28,4-24.
      VIII: 1-28, 3-21,28, 32; 4-23.
      Sterling Lamprecht and Warren Green retire. VIII: 3-21.
      Henry Steele Commager and Robert F. Grose appointed. VIII: 3-28.
      Activities. IX: 2-24, 3-26, 4-30; X: 1-26, 2-22, 3-27, 4-18.
      Admission Committee. IX: 4-22.
      Appointments. IX: 1-28; X: 1-26, 28.
      Awards. IX: 4-31.
      Changes. IX: 4-30.
      Grant. IX: 4-30.
      Leaves of Absence. IX: 4-30.
      Promotions. IX: 1-28.
      Publications. X: 3-27.
      Retirements. IX: 1-28; X: 1-27, 2-23.
      Activities. XIII: 1-23, 2-20, 3-30, 4-17; XIV: 2-21, 3-24, 4-22.
      Appointments. XIII: 1-23; XIV: 1-25.
      Promotions. XIII: 1-23, 4-18.
      Resignations. XIV: 2-22.
      Retirements. XIII: 1-24; XIV: 1-24.
      Sabbaticals. XIII: 4-17; XIV: 3-25.
      Activities. XV: 2-31; 3-30; 4-24; XVI: 1-28.
      Appointments. XV: 1-28; 3-30; XVI:. 1-30; 2-25; 3-25.
      Fellowships. XVI: 3-25.
      Grants. XVI: 2-25.
      Leaves of Absence. XV: 1-28.
      Memorial Minute -Robert Frost. XV: 4-5.
      Promotions. XV: 1-28; XVI: 1-28.
      Sabbaticals. XV: 3-31.
      Appointments. XVII: 1-36; XVIII: 1-34.
      Grants. XVIII: 1-36.
      Notes. XVII: 1-38, 2-34, 3-31, 4-23; XVIII: 2-28, 3-39, 4-20.
      Promotions. XVII: 1-35; XVIII: 1-33.
      Sabbaticals. XVIII: 3-39.
      Appointments. XXI 1-22, 4-28.
      Leaves of absence. XX: 4-28.
      New members. XIX: 1-33.
      Notes. XIX: 1-34, 2-28, 3-28, 4-20; XX: 1-23.
      Promotions. XIX: 1-32, 4-20; XX: 4-27.

Faculty's Committee on Educational Policy. The Amherst Curriculum. XVII: 1-2.

Faerber, Donald B. '57, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 67.

Faerber, Kent W. '63, Alumni Secretary, Fall '77, p. 2.
      Alumni report on admission, Fall '80, p. 12.
      Meeting of Alumni Council, Fall '81, p. 7.

Fagles, Robert '55, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1990, p. 9.
      book he translated is reviewed, Spring 1997, p. 30.
      Book he translated is received, Fall 1998, p. 40.
      translator. Bacchylides: Complete Poems. XIV: 4-25.

Fahs, Sophia Lyons. Co-author. (The Church Across the Street.) II:150

Fairbank Saga. VIII: 1-31.

Fairbank, Edward. Obituary. XVI: 2-14.

Fairbanks, Sumner Cushman '25, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 46.

Fairbend, Richard Dean Joseph, Jr. '29, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 53.

Fairclough, James '42, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 95.

Fairhurst, Charles '16, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 35.

Fairley, Arthur Samuel '23, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 61.

Fairley, Lincoln '23, letter by, Summer '78, p. 34.
      Letter from, Fall '80, p. 30.
      Letter from, Winter '81, p. 27.
      Book is reviewed, Spring '81, p. 28.
      Letter from, Summer '83, p. 74.
      obituary, Spring 1990, p. 45.

Faith That Fulfills, A. (Julius Seelye Bixler.) IV: 65

Faith, A Matter of. Charles W. Cole. XII: 1-7

Falcon, Richard F., named assistant director of physical plant for services, Winter 1988, p. 9.

Fales, Frederick S. '96. Obituary. VIII: 2-5.

Fallass, Charles Henry '14, obituary, Winter '83, p. 59.

Fallon, John Francis '33, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 70.

Fallow, Robert Lincoln '40, obituary, Winter 1998, p. 70.

Falsgraf, William W. '55, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1986, p. 11.
      Article on, Fall 1986, p. 24.

Family Letters of Robert and Elinor Frost. Arnold Grade, editor. XXV: 3-26.

Fangboner, Harold Dillon '30, obituary, Fall '81, p. 69.

Farb, Oriole, art exhibition, Spring '78, p. 9.

Farber, Stephen '65, book is received, Fall 1988, p. 35.
      book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.
      The Movie Rating Game. XXVII: 2-25.

Fargo, Jason '92, book received, Fall 1999, p. 40.

Faris, Samuel S. II '39, obituary, Fall 1984.

Farman, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. IV: 61

Farmer, Paul '39, obituary, December '79, p. 70.
      Vichy Political Dilemma. VIII: 1-32.
       (The European World.) IV: 20

Farrell, Maurice Lawrence '38, obituary, Fall '80, p. 62.

Farrell, Paul V. '37, death notice, Fall 1997, p. 75.

Farwell, Richard'42, book received, Spring 2004, p. 40.

Faulkner, Frances F. '44, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 105.

Faunt, Claude Richard '39. Obituary XXVIII: 3-88.

Faust. By Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Anthony Scenna, editor. XVII: 1-44.

Fauver, Robert Newcomb '32, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 70.

Fauver, Worth '25, obituary, Spring '83, p. 47.

Fay, Henry B. '31, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 61.

Fay, Horace Byron “Jim" '37, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 73.

Fayerweather Hall, new snack bar, Fall '77, p. 18.
      plans to renovate, Winter 2000, p. 2.
      New renovations of, Spring 2002, p. 2.

Federal Direct Student Loan Program, the college to participate in, Winter 1994, p. 7.

Federal Funds for Education. Life with Uncle. XIX: 4-33.

Fehr, George Nicholas Jr. '51, obituary, Summer '82, p. 73.

Feick, William Jr. '46, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 94.
      Obituary, Winter 2001, p. 92.

Feigelson, Suzanne '01, story by, on talking in class, Fall 2001, p. 11.

Fein, Robert A. '69, book review by. Summer '81, p. 32-33.

Feinberg, Paul Leon '28, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 61.

Feinberg, Samuel B. '37, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 93.

Feingold, Samuel Victor '41, obituary, Winter 1998, p. 71.

Feld, Ellen, book received, Winter 2002, p. 32.
      Book received, Winter 2004, p. 37.

Feldman, Daniel E. Rhodes Scholar. X: 3-20.

Feldman, Viktoria '87, "Living in Freedom: Soviet emigre students at Amherst," Summer 1984, p. 14-16 & 57.

Felix Frankfurter Reminisces. Recorded in talks with Harlan B. Phillips. (B. M. Z.) XIII: 1-26.

Fellows, Oscar '35, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 87.

Fellows, Otis Edward '30, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 58.
      “festschrift” in honor of XXVII: 2-23.

Fellowships, graduate, Summer 1990, p. 4.

Fellowships, graduates and students are awarded, Summer 1994, p. 10.
      A banner year, Summer 1995, p. 3.
      Amherst students and alumni receive, Summer 1997, p. 10.

Fellowships. III: 198

Fels, Thomas Weston '67, book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.

Felt, Donald P. '30, notice of death, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.

Felt, Dudley Pomeroy '26, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 49.

Felt, Geoffrey Green '29, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 44.

Felt, Paul P. '38, notice of death, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.

Fenhagen, George Corner Jr. '34, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 54.
      notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.

Fenn, Robert D. '36, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 92.

Fenno, Richard F. '48, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1986, p. 14.
      The Power of the Purse: Appropriations Politics in Congress. XX: 2-35.
      The President's Cabinet. XII: 1-28, 4-26
      book received, Spring 2001, p. 37.

Fenton, Edward E. '37, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 67.
      (Nine Lives, or the Celebrated Cat of Beacon Hill.) IV: 20

Ferguson, Harry S. '23, death notice, Spring 1996, p. 65.

Ferguson, Kennan '90, book received, Summer 2000, p. 41.

Ferguson, Prof. Jeffrey, received Distinguished Teaching Award by the SGO, Summer 2000, p. 4.
      News of Fall 2002, p. 6.

Ferington, Esther, book she edited is reviewed, Winter 2003, p. 36.

Fernald, Burleigh '39, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 73.

Fernald, Henry Grant '37, obituary, Spring '83, p. 51.

Fernald, Knowlton ’22, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 29.

Fernald, L. Dodge, and Fernald, Peter S. Overview of General Psychology. XIX: 2-43.
      Experiments and Studies in General Psychology. XVIII: 3-46.
      book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.
      Book is reviewed. Summer 1985, p. 29.

Fernandez, James William '52, book is reviewed, Summer 1987, p. 30.
      Awarded honorary degree, Summer 1992, p. 8.
      book is received, Winter '83, p. 22.
      Book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.

Fernandez, Nelson '86, new trustee, Summer 1999, p. 4.

Ferraro, Thomas J. '79, book received, Spring 1998, p. 40.

Ferre, Antonio Luis '55, received honorary degree, Summer 1995, p. 7.

Ferris, David, awarded Howard Foundation Fellowship for 1996-97, Fall 1996, p. 11.

Ferris, Frank Halliday '14. Standing Up to Life. VI: 3-19.
      The Perpetual Miracle. XI: 4-29; XII: 4-26
      Obituary XXVII: 1-56.

Ferris, John S. '13, notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Ferris, William Francis Jr. '45, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 62.

Ferriter, Joseph '87, included in article on Boston Marathon, Summer 1988, p. 10.

Ferriter, Maurice Joseph Jr. '78, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 50.

Ferry, David '46, book is reviewed, Spring 1998, p. 31.
      book received, Spring 1993, p. 38.
      Limits of Mortality, The: An Essay on Wordsworth's Major Poems. XIII: 3-33.
      On the Way to the Island. XIII: 3-33.

Festschrift for Professor Packard, A. VII: 3-18.

Feuerbacher, Charles F. '40 Obituary XXVIII: 3-88.

Fichtel, Robert Soffel '37, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 47.

Ficke, Parker Henry '29, obituary, Winter '82, p. 69.

Fiddlers Convention, Summer '77, p. 24.

Field, James R. '40, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 102.

Field, John Elliott Jr. '37, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 48.

Field, L. Dudley '06, obituary, Fall '82, p. 69.

Field, Leonard Hamilton '20, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 63.
      book is reviewed, Spring '81, p. 28.

Field, R. Stanley '35, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 80.

Field, Robert W. '65, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1997, p. 12.

Fields of Light, The: An Experiment in Critical Reading. (Reuben Arthur Brower.) IV: 120

Fields, Edward Irving '33, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 71.

Fiencke, Edward Robert Koch '26, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 52.

Fiencke, George '66, letter from, Fall 2002, p. 39.

Fietsch, Franklin W. Sr. '29, notice of death, Summer 2002, p. 91.

Fifty Years in Holyoke. IV: 150

Fifty Years of Service. J. Alfred Guest. XVI: 3-6.

Filatov, Vadim Valery '86, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 126.
      "Living in Freedom: Soviet emigre students at Amherst," Summer 1984, p. 14-16 & 57.

Fillis, Lester Norwood '38, obituary, Spring '83, p. 51.

Fillman, Henry Ingerton '17, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 46.
      photograph of at 65th Reunion, Summer '82, back cover of magazine.

Fillman, Jeffrey A. '55, letter from, Summer 1997, p. 47.

Fillman, Jesse Robinson '27, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 50.

Fillman, John B. '32, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.

Financial aid policy, review of, Fall 1991, p. 3.

Financial Aid, interview on, with Joe Paul Case and Jane Reynolds, Spring 1997, p. 9.

Financial Aid. Theodore Bacon. XI: 4-8

Financial Public Relations: Tested Techniques for Communicating with Financial Publics. Oscar M. Beveridge. (H. W. H.) XVII: 3-34.

Financing Amherst College. Henry S. Kingman. VII: 3-8.

Financing Higher Education: 1960-1970. Dexter M. Keezer, Editor. (William G. Avirett, '16) XII: 3-24, 4-24

Finch, Frank C. '14 Obituary XXVIII: 2-60.

Finch, G. A. '77, letter from, Summer 1997, p. 46.

Fine Arts seminar, Spring 1996, p. 2.

Fine Arts. X: 3-20.

Fine, Jeffrey '77, Class Day talks, Summer '77, p. 12.
      Amherst-Doshisha Fellowship award, Summer '77, p. 25.
      June '79, p. 12.

Fink, Alice H., staff associate and will direct research for staff of the Gen. Sec., Summer '80, p. 6.
      Assistant Secretary for Capital Programs, Summer '81, p. 13.

Fink, Gerald R. '62, honorary degree citation. (photograph of), Summer '82, p. 8-9.

Fink, Richard D., excerpts from remarks at JHG's memorial service, Winter '83, p. 3-4.
      Acting Dean of the Faculty, Summer '83. p 17.
      Becomes dean of the faculty, Summer 1984, p. 3.
      Announced the establishment of The G. Armour Craig Prize for Prose Composition at Craig's retirement party, Fall 1985, p. 3-4.  
      received research grant, Summer 1976, p. 20.

Finlayson, Ian E. '71, obituary, Spring 2003, p. 93.

Finsthwait, Franklin McKeage '32, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 72.
      letter from, Winter 1994, p. 43.

Fires, Chi Phi XXVII: 3-5.

Firman, Joseph Holferty '40, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 53.

Firman, Royal Jr. '38, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 63.

First Poems. (James Merrill.) III: 202

First Rough Draft. Chalmers Roberts. XXVI: 1-26.

First-year housing, College hopes to improve, Winter 2001, p. 2.
      Plans to create additional housing, Summer 2001, p. 2.

First-Year Orientation, article on, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 26.

First-Year Seminars, article on a few courses being taught, Spring 2004, p. 19.

Fiscal discipline, update on, Winter 1995, p. 7.

Fiscal Neutrality toward Economic Growth: Analysis of a Taxation Principle. Edmund S. Phelps. (Arnold Collery) XIX: 4-29.

Fisch, Audrey A. '87, book received, Summer 1994, p. 45.
      book review by, Spring 1994, p. 40.

Fischel, William A. '67, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.
      book received, Fall 1995, p. 43.

Fischer, Frederick John '71, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 50.
      Keep the Faith. XXIV: 1-7.

Fischer, John Richard '54, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 41.

Fish, Gordon Thorn '11. Obituary XXVIII: 1-68.

Fisher, Andrew. A Western Edition of The New York Times. XV: 1-13.

Fisher, Donald George '16, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 31.

Fisher, Edwin Bailey '35, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 47.

Fisher, Edwin Morgan '31, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 50.

Fisher, Edwin, Jr. Summer in a California Mental Hospital. (Summer 1966) XIX: 3-13.

Fisher, Ernest Leon '20, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 42.

Fisher, Herbert F. Jr. '39, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 94.

Fisher, John Stuchell '49, obituary, Summer '77, p. 67.

Fishler, Bennett Hill '40, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 85.

Fitch, Littleton Holmes Jr. '34, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 75.

Fitch, Richard Walsh '32, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 82.

Fitness Center, article on, Spring 1999, p. 2.

Fitts, Charles Tabor '04, obituary, Fall '77, p. 59.

Fitts, Nathan Cheney '39, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 98.

Fitz, Philip E., becomes the College's first director of information technology, Summer 1997, p. 7.

Fitzgerald, Charles '76, letter from, Winter 1996, p. 39.

Fitzgerald, F. Scott. The Critical Reputation of F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Bibliographical Study. Jackson R. Bryer. XX: 3-32.

Fitzgerald, Frances, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1988, p. 8.

Fitzgerald, George M. '26, death notice, Fall 1998, p. 65.

Fitzgerald, John Lee '44, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 76.

Fitzgerald, Reginald '36, letter from, Summer 1990, p. 29.
      obituary, Spring 1997, p. 74.

Fitzgibbon, Thomas F. '41, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 85.

Fitzpatrick, Robert T. '52 and Sharon, obituaries, Winter 2000, p. 86.

Five African States: Responses to Diversity. Gwendolyn Carter, editor. XVI: 3-31.

Five College Cooperation, article on, Fall 1976, p. 16.

Five College Online Course Catalog, Winter 1995, p. 3.

Five College Planning. XXI: 2-18.
      Report. XXII: 2-26.

Five College Women's Studies Research Center, article on, Spring 1995, p. 23.

Five Colleges and Their Environment, The. Carl A. Carlozzi. XXII: 3-29.

Five Colleges, Inc., education award, Summer '79, p. 18.
      Awarded grant, Fall '82, p. 5.

Five Colleges.
      Alumni College. XXVI: 2-6, 4-Cover III.
      Libraries. XXVI: 2-14.
      Joseph Brodsky appointed as Distinguished Visiting Professor. XXVI: 4-9.

Five Retire from the College. XXIV: 1-22.

Five Women on the Faculty. Andrew DeToma. XXVI: 4-14.

Five Years After College, What? Peter Schrag. X: 2-10.

Five Years with Five Colleges. North Burn. XXV: 4-33.

Five-College Cooperation. XX: 2-37.

Five-College, Appointments XXVII: 2-7;
      Report on Alumni College XXVII: 2-16;
      5 College Alumni College XXVII: 3-6;
      E. Jefferson Murphy appointed XXVIII: 1-19.

Flagler, John Haldane '37, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 50.

Flaherty, Timothy '86, book is received, Winter 1997, p. 41.

Flaming Minister: A Study of Othello. G. R. Elliott. VI: 2-20.

Flanagan, Thomas James Bonner '45, received honorary degree, Summer 1995, p. 7.
      Obituary, Summer 2002, p. 97.
      book is reviewed, December '79, p. 30.

Flanders, MacGregor '24, obituary, Winter '78, p. 87.

Flanigan, James M. '59, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 123.

Flayderman, Phillip C. '52. Sarpedon (poems). VI: 2-19.
      translator. Sister My Life. Boris Pasternak. XI: 3-31.

Fleisher, Henry Charles '34, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 76.

Fleming, Hugh Patterson '37, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 37.
      notice of death, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.

Fleming, James Carothers '32, obituary, Spring '83, p. 49.

Fleming, William C. '41, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 54.

Flemma, Robert John '56, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 50.

Fletcher, James Preston '61, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 98.

Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Jr. '39, Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Spring 2000, inside back cover.

Fletcher, Robert Stillman '97. Obituary. V: 4-150.

Fletcher, William Miles III '68, book is received, Winter '83, p. 23.
      Book is reviewed, Summer '83, p. 71.
      Book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.

Fleysher, Deanne E. '96, article by, on A Further Room, Winter 1995, p. 11.

Flick, Robert Bruce '31, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 67.

Fliegel, Dorian '67, Winter '79, p. 29.

Flint, Edward Whitney '25, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 69.

Flint, Kendall Hathaway '23, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 43.

Flint, Paul '63, book received, Spring 1998, p. 36.

Flint, Robert Howard '34, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 81.

Floating Outing Club. G. Ernest Anderson. VI: 3-9.

Florence. Restoration in Florence. Myron P. Gilmore. XIX: 4-8.

Flores, Francisco '81, article on his visit to Amherst, Winter 1999, p. 4.

Florida Alumni Meeting. XI: 2-15

Florida's Academic Spa. Frank Prentice Rand. XXI: 1-22.

Floyd, Norman Brooks '30, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 45.

Flynn, Warren Campbell '33, obituary, Summer '79, p. 86.

Fobes, Francis H. II:149
      Obituary. X: 2-22, 25.

Fogg, Robert S. Co-author. (Seaplane Flying and Operations.) II:66

Foglesong, David S. '80, book is received, Spring 1996, p. 38.

Foglesong, Richard, book manuscript accepted for publication, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 7.

Folger fellows, Winter 2001, p. 6.

Folger Library, The: Two Decades of Growth - An Informal Account. Louis B. Wright. (H. W. H.)

Folger Library, The, and the Traditions of Western Civilization. (Louis B. Wright.) III: 143

Folger Prizes. IV: 112

Folger Shakespeare Library, News from XXVIII: 3-15.
      XV: 1-1,2
      XX: 4-40.
      Louis B. Wright retires. XXI: 2-20.
      O. B. Hardison, Jr. named head. XXI: 4-13.
      Publications. XI: 3-26
      Report. VII: 4-16.
      Book Prizes. VIII: 1-23.
      The Folger Shakespeare Library. O. B. Hardison, Jr. XXIII: 2-33.
      Seventh Shakespeare Signature? XXIV: 2-17.
      XXV: 3-19.
      Queen Elizabeth II visits, Summer 1991, p. 6.
      60th anniversary of marks the beginning of $10-million capital campaign, Spring 1992, p. 5.
      receives grant, Summer '78, p. 13.
      Traveling exhibition, Summer '79, p. 16.
      Deficits lead to theater reorganization, Spring 1985, p. 5-6.
      Story on, Spring 1985, p. 8 & 22-24.
      General Reader’s Shakespeare. The Tragedy of Othello, edited by Louis B. Wright and Virginia L. Freund. X: 2-24.
      IX: 4-9, 33.
      One Maie Learn, Yet Withal Be Merry at Folger. Mistress Jean White. XIV: 3-16.
      Report by Louis B. Wright, director. VI: 3-14;
      Acquisitions. VI: 4-17.
      Report from the Folger. XVIII: 4-13.
      Report. An Age Unafraid. Terras Irradient. XIX: 4-inside front cover.
      Suffers loss of two officers, Eleanor Pitcher and Virginia La Mar. XX: 3-21.
      selection of notable acquisitions over the past 10 years, Summer 2000, p. 8.

Folger, Henry Clay. III: 143

Follett, Robert Pierce '41, obituary, Winter '78, p. 88.

Fong, Venessa L. '96, received an Edwin, Frederick and Walter Beinecke Memorial Scholarship, Summer 1995, p. 4.
      Article on, Summer 1996, p. 11.

Fontaine, Andre Chandler '31, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 67.

Foose, Richard M., article on his death, Winter 1995, p. 6.
      scholarship prize in his name, Fall 1986, p. 6.
      Article appears in magazine, Fall 1986, p. 6.
      Honored with a plaque at Franklin and Marshall College's Homecoming Weekend, Fall 1993, p. 10.
      Winter '78, p. 6.
      Karst regions, Spring '78, p. 9.
      Winter '79, p. 3.
      Concepcion, Summer '79, p. 3.
      Articles published, June '80, p. 8.
      Article published, Summer '81, p. 16.
      Delivered a paper, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 7.
      Amherst and the Grand Canyon. Story and Photographs. XIX: 1-19.

Football Coach. J. E. Ostendarp. XI: 4-26

Football, Robert Frost on. XII: 3-20

Foote, Ralph A. '44, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 105.

For Days of Crisis: A Book of Prayers. (John Henry Frizzell.) IV: 208

For Freedom of Imagination. Andrei Sinyavsky. translated by Laszlo Tikos and Murray Peppard. XXIII: 4-23.

For John Noore. Poem by John P. Warnock. XXV: 2-27.

Foran, John '77, book received, Fall 1998, p. 44.

Forbes, Allan W. Our Garden Friends the Bugs. XV: 1-30.

Forbes, George Washington. Loan fund established in name. IX: 1-23.

Forbes, Philip J. Jr. '35, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 90.

Force Mulberry. (Alfred Stanford.) IV: 120

Ford Foundation. Grant matched by Amherst Capital Program. XVII: 1-26.
      Grants. Terras Irradient. XV: 1-inside front cover.
      Is There an End to the Cold War? Research Report. XVI: 1-37.
      Report of research on Who Runs America? XV: 1-37.
      Third year of seminars begins. XV: 3-29.
      John J. McCloy, Head of. XI: 2-17
      Research conducted on "Can We Afford Peace?" XIII: 3-24.
      Digest of discussions. Richard Wirtz, Bert Rein, Fred Wallace, and John Parks. XIV: 1-33.

Ford, David Walter '58, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 36.

Ford, F. Shelly '41, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 48.

Ford, George Lower '41 Obituary XXVIII: 3-88.

Ford, William E. '83, new trustee, Summer 2001, p. 11.

Foreign Students at Amherst. C. Scott Porter. XIII: 4-2.

Foreman on the Assembly Line, The. Charles R. Walker. (Colston E. Warne) IX: 3-28.

Forgie, George B. '63, book is reviewed, Spring '81, p. 30.

Formosa, A Problem for United States Foreign Policy. Joseph W. Ballantine. V: 5-200.

Fornell, Eric O. '78, Rhodes Scholar, Winter ‘78, p. 5.

Forry, John I. '66, book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 1985, p. 25.

Forsyth, P.T.: Prophet for Today. Robert McAfee Brown. V: 3-119.

Fort John Franklin II '33, notice of death, Spring 2003, p. 82.

Fort, Andrew '74, book review by, Winter 1999, p. 28.

Fort, Osmun '37, obituary, Spring 1988, p. 42.

Fort, Timothy '72, "An Amherst Theater in Vermont," December '79 p. 26.

Forte, John P. '47, letter from, Fall 1994, p. 44.

Forte, Tony '89, article by, on William H. Gray III, Summer 1988, p. 3.

Forum. III: 22; 67

Foskit, William Gillett '23, obituary, Fall '77, p. 61.

Foster, Charles Howell '36, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 67.
      book is reviewed, June '79, p. 31.
      The Rungless Ladder: Harriet Beecher Stowe and New England Puritanism. VII: 3-30.
      editor. Beyond Concord: Selected Writings of David Atwood Wasson. XVIII: 3-34.

Foster, Luther Hilton. Educating the Black Student. XXI: 1-16.

Foster, Malcolm Everett '32, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 55.

Foster, Scott Howard '33, obituary, Winter '80, p. 95.

Foster, William James III '45, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 102.

Foster, Wood R. '65, book he edited received, Fall 1999, p. 40.

Four College Cooperation. XI: 1-2; XII: 3-17

Four Colleges and an Idea. XI: 1-2
      New College. XI: 3-2

Four Holes in the Iron Curtain. Francis B. Randall. VII: 3-2.

Four Infinitives. Thomas B. Whitbread. (William H. Pritchard) XVII: 4-30.

Four Stages of Renaissance Style. Wylie Sypher. VII: 4-27.

Four-College Cooperation Committee. IX: 2-20, 4-22; X: 1-20, 2-17, 4-12.

Four-College Cooperative Program. Robert B. Whitney new coordinator. XVII: 1-37.

Four-College Program. Two new appointments to Astronomy Department. XIX: 3-28.

Fourman, Richard G. '56, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 101.

Fourth of July, 1831, Summer 1994, p. 13.

Fouse, Harlan Corl '27, obituary, June '80, p. 77.

Fowler, John Homer '29, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 60.

Fowler, Paul Ives '41, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 66.

Fowler, Theodore V. III '41, obituary, Winter 2003, p. 91.

Fox, Karen C. '91, book received, Winter 1999, p. 40.
      Book received, Summer 2002, p. 37.

Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Y. '55, Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Summer 2001, inside back cover.

Fox, Roswell Darling '46, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 78.

Foye, Bill '69, article on, Summer 1985, p. 10-13.

Foye, Paul '87, ECAC New England Division III player of the year, Spring 1987, p. 19.
      Received the Mossman Trophy, Summer 1987, p. 28.

Francis, Carl A. Development of the Amherst College Mineral Collection. XXVII: 2-18.

Francis, Clarence '10, Class Reunion Weekend, Summer '80, p. 5.
      Clarence Francis '10 Professorship, Spring '83, p. 6-7.
      obituary notice, Summer 1986, p. 7.
      Heads Studebaker-Packard Corporation. XIII: 2-12.
      Salesman of the Arts. X: 2-19.

Francis, John Berry '41, obituary. December '79, p. 71.

Frank, Alfred Jr. '56, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 92.

Frank, Daniel B. '79, book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.

Frank, F. Alexander '37, death notice, Fall 1999, p. 76.

Frank, Judith E., article by, on the attack on political correctness, Summer 1991, p. 14.
      Presented a paper at a conference at the University of Illinois, Fall 1993, p. 10.
      book is received, Fall 1997, p. 37.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1998, p. 33.
      Recipient of fiction grant, Fall 2000, p. 8.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 6.

Frank, Sanders Thalheimer '59, obituary, Winter 1998, p. 72.

Frankel, Jerold Martin '66, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 58.

Frankel, Steven A., M.D. '64, book is reviewed, Fall 1996, p. 41.
      Book received, Summer 2001, p. 35.

Frankenthaler, Helen, honorary degree citation, Summer '79, p. 12.

Frankfurter, Felix, Reminisces. Recorded in talks with Harlan B. Phillips. XIII: 1-26.

Frankin, John Hope, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1998, p. 9.

Franklin, Burt. Co-author. (David Ricardo and Ricardian Theory.) II:151

Franklin, Cabe '94, article by, on the National Rugby Championships, Winter 2003, p. 29.

Franklin, Gerald B. '49, obituary, Spring 2003, p. 87.

Franklin, H. Bruce '55, book he edited is reviewed, Winter 1999, p. 32.
      Book received, Winter 2001, p. 40.
      book is reviewed, Spring '81, p. 30.
      book received, Fall 1989, p. 32.
      Book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.
      Future Perfect: American Science Fiction of the Nineteenth Century. XXI: 3-28.
      Back Where You Came From: One Life in the Death of the Empire. XXVIII: 1-28.
      The Wake of the Gods. XVI: 1-35.

Franzen, Raymond August William '26, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 46.

Fraternities, off-campus, Summer 1990, p. 6.
      Independent Movement. II:2
      The Independents. II:3
      Intramural Trophy. II:16
      Academic Standings. II:17; II:192
      Booklet. II:17
      Report. II:105
      Treadway Trophy. II:107
      Symposium. (Sphinx Club.) II:144
      Rushing Results. II:193
      Academic standings. III: 60; 199
      Report. (F. B. M.) III: 107
      Initiations. III: 109; 199
      Discrimination. III: 151
      Interfraternity Sing. III: 155
      Rushing. III: 199
      Regulations. IV: 60
      Treadway Trophy. IV: 60
      Report. IV: 109
      D U Conference. IV: 159
      Rushing. IV: 203
      Bard protests to Trustees. V: 3-111.
      Phi Delta Theta suspended by National. VI: 1-13.
      FBM Report VI: 3-10.
      HMC Activity VI: 4-15.
      Fraternity standings. VI: 4-16.
      D. U. Fire. V: 3-115.
      VII: 1-23; 3-19; 4-18.
      Theta Xi Report on Curriculum. VIII: 1-33.
      VIII: 3-19, 4-15.
      Transfer to College by Theta Delta Chi and Chi Phi. VIII: 4-19.
      Amherst Chapter of Phi Delta Theta dropped. IX: 2-21.
      Reappraisement. IX: 3-20.
      Report fo the Committee to Restudy Fraternities at Amherst College. X: 2-supplement.
      Rushing. X: 4-14.
      Standings. IX: 2-21, 4-23; X: 2-18, 4-14.
      Status – Phi Gamma Delta. X: 3-21.
      Theta Xi Suspended. X: 2-17.
      The New Trustee Fraternity Proposal, by Arthur Davenport. XIII: 4-12.
      Plan for financial assistance. XV: 3-25.
      Comments on the Faculty Report on Student Life. XVIII: 3-34.
      Not to be abolished. XIX: 1-31.
      The Trustees' statement on. XIX: 2-22.
      Summer '79, p. 16.
      (Photograph), June '80, p. 2.
      Under review, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 2-3.
      Improving residential and social life on the campus, Spring 1984, p. 2-4.

Fraternity ban, Trustees reiterate, Winter 1998, p. 3.

Fraternity Hazing. XII: 3-17

Frazier, Charles Patrick '23, obituary, Spring '83, p. 47.

Frazier, Frederick Earle '39, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 73.

Frazier, Kevin L. '89, obituary, Winter 2003, p. 99.

Frederic Chopin, 1810-1849. (Edited by Stephen Mizwa.) II:150

Fredericks, Alanson Roswell '31, obituary, Spring '78, p. 62.

Fredericks, James Torry '18, obituary, June '79, p. 60.

Frederickson, Hugo F. '35, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 83.

Free Trade in Books: A Study of the London Book Trade Since 1800. James J. Barnes. (William F. Merrill) XVI: 4-33.

Freedman, Henry A. Who Runs America? Synopsis of Ford Foundation Research. XV: 1-37.

Freedman, Jesse '03, letter from, Winter 2002, p. 36.

Freedom and Order: A Commentary on the American Political Scene. Henry Steele Commager. (Milton Katz) XIX: 3-40.

Freedom and Security. (John J. Scanlon, Bond Oration.) II:8

Freedom Riders, The. XIV: 2-11.

Freeing the Recluse. Peter Schrag. XIII: 4-6.

Freeland, Richard M. '63, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1998, p. 10.
      book is reviewed, Winter 1993, p. 32.

Freels, John William, Jr. '59, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 51.

Freeman, John M. '54, article on, Summer 1997, p. 19.
      Book received, Winter 2004, p. 39.
      book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.

Freeman, Melancthon Matthias, Jr. '26, obituary, Summer 1992, p. 49.

Freeman, Rev. Chester, religious advisor, Spring '81, p. 6.

Freeman, Robert Burns '23, obituary, Fall 1996, p. 76.
      Address for the 50-Year Class. XXV: 1-19.

Freeman, Russell Adams '54, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 88.

French, Bryant Morey. Mark Twain and the Gilded Age: The Book that Named an Era. XVIII: 3-45.

French, Jared '25, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 40.

French, Paul Cornell '26, obituary, Summer '77, p. 65.

French, Reginald F. (Language at Amherst.) III: 2
      Geoffroy Atkinson '13. XIII: 3-19.
      article on his death, Spring 1996, p. 4.
      Retires. XXV: 1-21.

Freshman courses, 12 special, Spring '78, p. 21.

Freshman English Course, The. IV: 194

Freshmen vs Rules. III: 110

Freshmen. Better high school preparation. XIV: 2-20.

Fretwell, Katharine '81, Mayo-Smith Intern, Spring '81, p. 6.

Fretz, Burton David '62, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 102.

Frey, Edwin Augustus '30, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 63.

Frey, John Henry '37, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 45.

Fried, Richard M. '63, book is reviewed, Summer 1976, p. 32.
      book received, Spring 1990, p. 30.
      book received, Summer 1999, p. 42.
      Letter from, Summer 2002, p. 43.

Friedman, Jonathan R, news of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 5.

Friedman, Paul D. '81, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Friedman, Prof. Jonathan R, news of, Fall 2002, p. 6.

Friedmann, Philip '67, article on, Spring 1989, p. 20.

Friel, Leon C. '21, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 29.

Friend, David '77, book he co-edited is reviewed, Winter 2001, p. 35.
      book received, Spring 1990, p. 30.
      Book is reviewed, Fall 1991, p. 36.

Friend, David H. '78E, "The Undergraduate Chair," Winter 1977, p. 8.

Friendly, Alfred '33, book is reviewed, Summer '77, p. 27.
      Book is reviewed, Winter '82, p. 25.
      Obituary story, Spring 1984, p. 60-61.
      Death of Earth. VIII: 3-2.
      Alumni trustee. XIV: 1-18.
      and Goldfarb, Ronald L. Crime and Publicity: The Impact of News on the Administration of Justice. XX: 1-34.
      The Need for Heresy. XI: 1-6
      Wins Pulitzer prize for international reporting. XX: 4-23.

Friends Groups
      XXVII: 1-1
      XXVIII: 1-23
      Library Gift XXVIII: 4-9 Leaves of' Grass acquired.
      article on, Spring 1995, p. 75.

Friends of Amherst Athletics, report on, Summer 1996, p. 95.
      XXVI: 1-24.

Friends of Fine Arts. XXII: 4-19.

Friends of the Amherst College Library, article on, Winter 1995, p. 2.
      Report on, Summer 1996, p. 95.
      XXI: 4-8.

Friends, Amherst College, meeting, Winter '80, p. 12.
      June '80, p. 32.
      Of the Library, dinner, Summer '80, p. 9.

Frisbee, the origin of, Winter '79, p. 15.
      Letter on story, June '79, p. 30

Frisbee. X: 2-21, 3-17, 4-20.

Frizzell, John Henry '02, obituary, Summer '77, p. 62.
       (For Days of Crisis.) IV: 208

From Amherst to Korea. (Kids from Home). Eugene G. Wanger. VII: 2-2.

From Paris to Sevres: The Partition of the Ottoman Empire at the Peace Conference of 1919-1920. Paul C. Helmrich XXVII: 2-25

From the Folger, Summer 2001, p. 7.
      Fall 2001, p. 5.
      Summer 2002, p. 6.
      Report by Gail Kern Paster, Fall 2002, p. 11.
      Winter 2003, p. 11.
      Spring 2003, p. 9.
      Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 8.
      Winter 2004, p. 9.
      Spring 2004, p. 9.
      Summer 2004, p. 6.

Fromer, Maurice '25, death notice, Summer 1996, p. 87.

Frost and Stone. Archibald MacLeish. Special Issue, Fall 1963.

Frost Library, celebrates acquisition of its millionth volume, Summer 2004, p. 2.
      has computerized catalog, Spring 1989, p. 6.
      30th anniversary of groundbreaking, Fall 1993, p. 5.
      College to reallocate the use of space, Winter 1994, p. 2.
      NELINET, Summer '78, p. 11.
      Gift to Amherst Capital Program. XV: 2-2.
      Ground-breaking ceremonies. XVI: 3-2.
      The Presidential Convocation and Ground-Breaking. Special Issue, Fall 1963.

Frost, Anthony D. '74, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 105.

Frost, Douglas Millison Hutchings '35, obituary, Winter '79, p. 90.

Frost, Morris Pratt '39, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 48.

Frost, Peter K., book review by, Winter '78, p. 29.

Frost, Robert. Return to Amherst. I:17
      Complete Poems. II:22
      Simpson Lecturer. II:64
      Frostiana. II:109
      N.Y. Sun editorial. II:112
      On Television. III: 15
      Portrait. III: 154
      IV: 148
      Annual reading. V: 5-195; VI: 4-2.
      X: 1-24, 4-8.
      Film. XI: 3-21
      Cover photograph. XIII: 1.
      Portrait by James Chapin purchased. XIV: 1-21.
      Teaching chair in his honor established at Amherst Regional High School. XIII: 1-21.
      Faculty's Memorial Minute. XV: 4-5.
      Memorial Service. XV: 4-3.
      Playing for Mortal Stakes. Remarks at meeting of National Committee Meeting (Capital Program). XV: 2-4.
      Ninetieth birthday anniversary commemorated by Amherst Alumni Association of Northern California. XVII: 1-37.
      Collected Poems. edited by Edward Connery Lathem. XXIII: 1-23.
      I Remember Robert Frost. Hubert Hart. XXIII: 2-10.
      Vermont Afternoons with Robert Frost. Vrest Orton. XXIII: 3-37.
      Family Letters of Robert and Elinor Frost. Arnold Grade, editor. XXV: 3-26.
      book about, Winter '78, p. 28.
      Book about, Summer '80, p. 14-21.
      Letter of, Spring '83, p. 55.
      College commissions sculptor Penelope Jencks to create granite statue of, Winter 2002, p. 5.

Frost, Robert, The Poetry of: Constellations of Intention. Reuben A. Brower. XVI: 1-31.

Frost, Robert, at Amherst. G. Armour Craig. XVI: 2-9.

Frost, Robert, Library. Construction work progresses. XVII: 1-33.
      Dedication. XVIII: 3-32.
      Moving and Opening. XVIII: 2-26.

Fruchtbaum, Harold. The History of Science in the Liberal Arts College. XVIII: 1-20.

Fruyt and Cabf: Studies in Chaucer's Allegories. Bernard F. Hupper and D. W. Robertson, Jr. XVI: 2-30.

Fry, William Wilcox '31, obituary, Summer '82, p. 71.

Fuess, Claude M. '05. Stanley King of Amherst. VIII: 1-5, 2-2.
      Andover: Symbol of New England. XII: 4-26
      Fuess House at Phillips Academy. XV: 3-27.
      Obituary. XVI: 2-15.
      Amherst: A Symbol of Freedom. IV: 197
      Joseph B. Eastman: Servant ot the People. IV: 208
      Andover: Symbol of New England. XIII: 1-25.
      Made Honorary Commander, by Queen Elizabeth II, of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire. XIV: 1-23.
      Retreat from Excellence, The. XIII: 1-7.
      Joseph B. Eastman: Servant of the People. V: 1-19.
      Independent Schoolmaster. V: 3-118.
       (Hours in a Library.) II:57

Fuessenich, Frederick F. '34, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 50.

Fuguet, Geisse '25, obituary, Winter '79, p. 89.

Fujii, Hioroaki '58, received honorary degree, Summer 2001, p. 10.

Fujikura, Koichiro '61, awarded honorary degree at Commencement, Summer 1991, p. 5.
      Doshisha University, Winter ‘78, p. 6.

Fulbright Awards. IV: 14. V: 1-16, 5-194.

Fulkerson, William Kenneth '28, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 31.

Fuller, Alfred Russell '24, obituary, Fall '80, p. 58.

Fuller, Everett Gladding '42, obituary, Winter 1996, p. 78.

Fuller, Henry Harrison. Obituary. XIV: 1-10.
      Alumni Trustee. IX: 1-5.

Fuller, John. Blows glass for chemistry laboratory. VIII: 3-17.

Fulton, Catherine Q. '83, Ives Washburn Grant, Summer '83, p. 19.

Fulton, James F. '49, obituary, Summer 1996, p. 91.

Fulton, R. C. '61, letter from, Summer 1976, p. 33.

Functions of a College. Charles W. Cole. Remarks at Alumni luncheon. VII: 1-20.

Fundraising, Fall '80, p. 2.

Funk, David G. '60, book received, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 42.

Funk, Merton T. '33, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 111.

Funk, Tom '33. Illustrator of The Terrible Terrier. XXIV: 4-23.
      Sesquicentennial Symbol: XXIII: 4-Cover.
      New Years Cards. XXVIII: 3-16.
      Drawings. XII: 2-1

Funke, John Francis '26, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 62.

Funnell, George B. '24. Obituary. XXII: 2-21.
      Retires. XIX: 1-30.

Funston, Thomas Y. '38, obituary, Winter 2003, p. 90.

Furcolo, Foster. Signs Amherst Bill. IX: 4-31.

Furtwangler, Albert '63, book is received, Fall 1988, p. 35.

Furtwangler, Albert '64, book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.
      book received, Summer 1994, p. 45.

Fusco, George Francis '35, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 75.

Futter, Ellen V., awarded honorary degree, Fall 1984, p. 11-12.

Future in the Public Schools, A. John D. Herzog. X: 3-12.

Future of Sino-American Relations. XI: 4-2.

Future Perfect: American Science Fiction of the Nineteenth Century. H. Bruce Franklin. XXI: 3-28.

G. I. Village. IX: 3-21.

Gaddis, Eugene R. '69, book is reviewed, Fall 2001, p. 29.

Gadsden, Charles C. '45, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 97.

GALA, alumni group formed, Summer 1986, p. 4.
      Letters regarding, Fall 1986, p. 36.
      Letters regarding, Winter 1986, p. 29-32.

Galavotti, Christine '78, article on, by Jennifer Acker '00, Spring 2002, p. 20.

Galbreath, Daniel Mauck '50, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 74.
      story on, June '79, p. 19.
      President of Pittsburgh Pirates. XXIV: 2-28.

Galbreath, David Evans '68, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 36.

Galef, Andrew Geoffrey '54, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1994, p. 5.

Galie, Katie '95, photo of her outdoor sculpture, Winter 1994, p. 40.

Gallagher, Leslie Neiland '51, Pres. of Univ. Glee Club of NYC, (photograph), Winter '81, p. 7.
      obituary, Winter 2003, p. 96.

Gallant, Michael C. Evening Chapel: An Experiment. XX: 2-21.
      The 1966 Student Course Critique. XIX: 2-12.
      The Student, 1966. Profile. XVIII: 3-12.

Gallaudet College - Its First One Hundred Years. Albert W. Atwood. (H. W. H.) XVII: 3-33.

Gallenkamp, George Van Derveen '45, obituary, Summer '80, p. 64.

Gallin, John Isaac '65, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1988, p. 8.

Galvin, Howard William '31, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 75.

Gamage, Charles Hastings '36, obituary, Spring '83, p. 50.

Gamage, Peter '40, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 92.

Gambia. Enter Gambia: The Birth of an Improbable Nation. Berkeley Rice. XX: 1-34.

Gamble, Richard Ross '54, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 33.

Gandal, Keith '82, book received, Fall 2002, p. 33.

Gannon, James K. Obituary XXVII: 1-59

Garcia, Hector '94, book review by, Spring 2004, p. 38.

Garde, John Franklin Jr. '38, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 51.

Gardiner, John Rolfe '59, book is reviewed, Summer 1989, p. 31.
      Book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.
      book is reviewed, Summer '77, p. 28.
      Book is reviewed, Spring '83, p. 61.
      Great Dream from Heaven. XXVII: 2-25.

Gardiner, Lion Jr. '44, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 69.

Gardner, Frederic J. '49, "Safari to the Sabrina River,” Spring 1977, p. 17.
      Retires as alumni secretary, Spring 1977, p. 2.
      Society of the Alumni, Summer '77, p. 5.
      Fall '77, p. 2.
      Letter from, December '79, p. 33.
      Referred to in letter, June '80, p. 38.
      Named associate Alumni Secretary. XXIII: 2-13.
      Succeeds J. Alfred Guest as Alumni Secretary. XXIV: 1-17.

Gardner, George Knowles '12, obituary, June '80, p. 73.

Gardner, Hermenia T., became Amherst's affirmative action officer, Summer 1993, p.12.

Gardner, James Hanson Jr. '39, obituary, June '79, p. 63.

Gardner, Raymond Foster '10, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 67.

Gardner, Robert H. '36, book received, Spring 1993, p. 38.

Garfield, Edward Chandler '15, obituary, June '80, p. 74.

Garfield, Frank Richardson '23, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 88.

Garfield, John French '29, obituary, Fall 1984.

Garman House, Fall 1984, p. 3.

Garman, Charles E. His course in philosophy. Letters. Ernest H. Gaunt. XVI: 2-33.

Garrett, George K. '61, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 123.

Garrett, John Bertram '18, obituary, Winter '81, p. 59.

Garrett, Mitchel Owen '75, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 105.

Garrigan, Terrence D. '50, letter from, Winter 1995, p. 44.

Garrison Dinner. XII: 4-19

Garrison, Stewart Lee. Obituary. XV: 3-29.

Garrow, Stephen '84, career internship program, Summer '82, p. 6.

Garton, David '39, obituary, Winter 1998, p. 70.

Garton, Joseph W. '69, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 110.

Gates' Rebellion. Anecdote re Harlan Fiske Stone. XXI: 3-36.

Gates, William Merritt Boynton '50, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 87.

Gaunt, E. Abbot '31, obituary, Fall '82, p. 72.

Gaus, John Merriman '15. Obituary. XXII: 1-18.

Gavin, Jerome Paul '51, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 42.

Gawthrop, Robert Smith III '64, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 82.

Gay, Alva A. '30, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 69.

Gaylord, Arthur Booth '33, obituary, Fall '82, p. 72.

Gaylord, Edward Hunt '26, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 68.

Gaylord, Gregory Hall '26, obituary, Spring '82, p. 59.

Gaylord, Marietta, letter from, Summer '80, p. 28.

Gaylord, Warner Russell '24, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 47.

Gayton, G. Fordyce '46, obituary, Winter '83. p. 63.

Gazeley, William E. Jr. '46, obituary, Winter 2003, p. 94.

Gazley, John Gerow '17, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 49.
      The Life of Arthur Young 1741-1820. XXVI: 2-24.

Gelin, James A. '82, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.

Gellhorn, Alfred A. '34. Director of CCNY Center for Biomedical Education. XXVI: 2-7.

Gellhorn, Walter '27, article on his death, Winter 1996, p. 4.
      presidential search committee, Winter '83, p. 2.
      co-author with R. Kent Greenawalt. The Sectarian College and the Public Purse: Fordham--A Case Study. XXIII: 2-28.
      Retires from the Board of Trustees. XXIV: 4-11.
      Coeducation--A Trustee's View. XXII: 3-6.
      Honored by Columbia University. XXV: 4-9.
      (Security, Loyalty and Science.) III: 65
      American Rights. XII: 4-25
      Stone Memorial. XII: 3-9
      Delivers Oliver Wendell Holmes lectures at Harverd Law School. XVIII: 4-18.
      Harlan Fiske Stone as Civil Libertarian. XXVII: 1-16.
      Individual Freedom and Governmental Restraints. IX: 3-27.
      When Americans Complain: Governmental Grievance Procedures. XIX: 4-28.
      Letter in reply to "Can a Lawyer Be Honest?" XVI: 4-19.

Gellman, David N. '88, book he co-edited received, Summer 2003, p. 36.
      letter from, Summer 1992, p. 42.

Gender differences, article on, Winter 1994, p. 20.

Gender, Little Three Conference, Fall 1986, p. 12.

General Electric Company. Presents audio console to WFCR. XX: 1-25.

Generations. David L. Kirp. XXI: 2-13.

Genet, Ira Howard '24, obituary, Summer '78, p. 69.

Gentile, Kathleen A., assistant to the dean of financial aid and to the dean of students, Summer '79, p. 16.
      Assistant dean of students and financial aid, Spring '81, p. 6.

Gentle Iconoclast – Alexander Meiklejohn. X: 1-5.

Gentleman's Grade, The Passing of the. XI: 3-18

Gentlemen. A Gentleman Is… XVII: 3-27.

Gentzler, Jyl, Lazerowitz lecturer in 1996, Fall 1996, p. 11.
      Book she edited is received, Winter 1999, p. 36.
      "What They Are Reading”, Summer 2001, p. 37.
      awarded a Trustee-Faculty Fellowship for the academic year 1992-93, Summer 1992, p. 15.

Genung, John Franklin. In the Teacher’s Chair. Poem. IX: 2-16.

Geology Camp, for alumni, Fall '78, p. 13.

Geology Department. New facilities. XVII: 1-31.
      Study of portion of Grand Canyon by two members. XVII: 4-23.
      Research in Bermuda. XIX: 4-18.

Geology expedition, study of B.V.I. beaches, Spring 1984, p. 7.

Geology. The Story in Amherst's Scenery. (George W. Bain.) III: 146
      Amherst Senior Makes Important Discovery. III: 196

George Bellows, Painter of America. Charles H. Morgan. (Oliver W. Larkin) XIX: 1-39.

George III: The story of a Complex Man. J. C. Long. (James J. Barnes) XIV: 4-25.

George, A. Michael '87, death notice, Winter 1996, p. 74.

George, Alexander, book he authored is published, Fall 1991, p. 5.
      book he edited is received, Fall 1995, p. 42.
      Book review by, Fall 1995, p. 41.
      Coauthor of piece in The New York Times Book Review, Fall 1998, p. 10.
      News of, Fall 2000, p. 7.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 7.
      Book received, Spring 2002, p. 33.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 7.
      Book review by, Spring 2004, p. 37.

George, Charles Andrew '23. obituary, Winter 1977, p. 81.

George, Robert Hudson '11, obituary, Winter '80, p. 92.

George, Stephen A., article about, Winter '79, p. 16.
      Received grant, June '80, p. 8.
      awarded grant to support research, Summer 1989, p. 6.
      Book review by, Winter 1993, p. 35.
      news of, Fall 2001, p. 7.

Gerarden, Karl E. '19. Obituary XXVII: 1-57.

Gerdine, Peter C. '63, letter from, Summer 1996, p. 48.

Gerdts, William H. '49, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1992, p. 8.

Gerety, Tom, excerpt from Opening Convocation speech, Fall 1994, p. 5.
      Article on his Opening Convocation speech, Fall 1995, p. 3.
      Article on his Commencement address, Summer 1996, p. 2.
      Interview with, by editors Douglas Wilson and Terry Allen, Fall 1996, p. 14.
      Sabbatical leave, Fall 1998, p. 7.
      Guest on The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, Fall 1999, p. 10.
      "What They Are Reading” Winter 2001, p. 38.
      Announces resignation, Spring 2002, inside front cover.
      To lead the Brennan Center, Spring 2003, p. 2.
      Interview with Stacey Schmeidel on his leaving Amherst, Summer 2003, p. 7.
      Received honorary degree, Summer 2003, p. 3.
      new college president, Spring 1994, p. 2.

Gerhard, John Davey '38, obituary, Spring 1990, p. 49.

German Student Reflects on Amherst, A. Harald Kleinschmidt. XXIV: 3-13.

Gerrard, Steven B. '78, Danforth Fellowship, Spring '78, p. 10.

Gertler, J.J. '82, letter from, Winter 1995, p. 44.

Gertler, Jeremiah. debating team, Spring '81, p. 7.
      Picture of with trophies received from debates, Spring '82, p. 7.

Gertrude Stein Is Gertrude Stein Is Gertrude Stein. W. G. Rogers. XXVI: 1-26.

Gettell, Richard Glenn '33, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 39.
      President, Mount Holyoke College. IX: 4-9.
      Resigns from presidency of Mount Holyoke College. XX: 2-25.

Gettell, Professor and Mrs. Raymond G. II:198

Getting Johnny to Read. IX: 3-19.

Gettleman, Marvin E., and Mermelstein, David. The Great Society Reader: The Failure of American Liberalism. XX: 3-32.

Gewertz, Deborah B., faculty honor, June '79, p. 15.
      Awarded Trustee-Faculty Fellowship, June '80, p. 8.
      Named the first Elizabeth W. Bruss Reader, Winter 1984, p. 23.
      Book is received, Winter 1984, p. 33.
      delivered lecture as part of series commemorating 25th anniversary of Five College Consortium, Winter 1990, p. 8.
      Book she co-authored is published, Fall 1991, p. 5.
      named the G. Henry Whitcomb 1864 Memorial Professor in Philosophy, Winter 1995, p. 9.
      Paragraph on her recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 7.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 10.
      Book received, Spring 2000, p. 33.
      News of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 5.
      and Errington, Frederick, article by, on their visit to Papua New Guinea, for a ritual mourning on the death of their daughter, Spring 2002, p. 10.

Gian Carlo. Burr C. Brundage XXVII: 3-30.

Gibb, John G. '46, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 98.

Gibbons, Mark Leigh '64, obituary, Summer '81, p. 75.
      Book is reviewed, Summer '82, p. 26.

Gibbs, Cora Lee, article on, Spring 1993, p. 16.
      included in article, June '79, p. 2.
      Book review by, Winter ‘80, p. 28.
      National Alumni Weekend, Fall '80, p. 5.
      Awarded Medal for Eminent Service, Fall 1984, p. 12.
      Appointed director of the Newport Museum, Summer 1985, p. 7 & 20.

Gibbs, Julian H. ‘46, article about, June '79, p. 2.
      Inauguration of, Summer '79, p. 16.
      Inaugural address of, December '79, p. 2.
      Travels to alumni, Winter '80, p. 9.
      Fraternities end sex discrimination, June '80, p. 2.
      New Chairman of Board of Trustees named, Summer '80, p. 2.
      Elected to 4-year term on Princeton University's Board of Trustees, Summer '80, p. 7.
      Campaign for Amherst fundraising drive, Fall '80, p. 3.
      Opening Convocation, Fall '80, p. 7.
      "May succeeds Hertzfeld as College Treasurer," Winter '81, p. 5.
      Letter from, Winter '81, p. 28.
      Commencement, Summer '81, p. 4.
      Reunion Weekend, (picture of), Summer '81, p. 7.
      Visits Japan, Summer '81, p. 13.
      Received two honorary degrees (from Brown Univ. & Williams Clg.), Summer '81, p. 13.
      Picture of with honorary degree recipients, Summer '81, p. 19.
      New math-computer building is planned, Fall '81, p. 2.
      Fraternity article, Winter '82, p. 2.
      Trustees meeting, Winter '82, p. 4.
      "Gibbses among passengers in crash,” Winter '82, p. 5.
      "Chemistry in Converse," article on his scientific work, Winter ‘82, p. 15-17 & 31, (pictures of, p. 14 & 16).
      Commencement, Summer '82, p. 9-11.
      Article on his boat in annual race, Summer '82, p. 23.
      Article on his death, Winter '83, cover and p. 2-6, (picture of, p. 2).
      Julian H. Gibbs '46 Professorship in Natural and Mathematical Sciences, Spring '83, p. 5-6.
      Ceremony to celebrate installation of portrait in Johnson Chapel, Fall 1985, p. 24.

Gibbs, The Rev. Thomas W. '51, Black Alumni Weekend, Winter '81, p. 4.

Gibney, Sheridan deRaismes '25, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 52.

Gibson, George Michael '50, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 95.

Gibson, James Leslie '23, obituary, Winter ‘81, p. 59.

Gibson, John Graham III '19, obituary, Winter '78, p. 85.

Gibson, Norman Horne '53, obituary, Fall 1998, p. 69.

Gibson, Robert Hadley '53, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 88.

Gibson, Robert William '49, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 41.

Gibson, Scott C.J. '76, death notice, Winter 1996, p. 74.

Gibson, Walker, article by, on Theodore Baird, Fall 1986, p. 16.
      book review by, Summer 1996, p. 42.
      Book review by, Winter 1997, p. 35.
      Epistle to All My Friends V: 3-103;
      A Teacher is Worried V: 3-108.
      Seeing and Writing: Fifteen Exercises in Composing Experience. XI: 4-29
      The Reckless Spenders. VII: 3-30.

Gide's Eagles. Ben Stoltzfus. XXI: 4-26.

Gidman, Henry Bramwell '24, obituary, June '79, p. 61.

Giese, Robert Ewald '36, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 39.

Giffin, James Manning '57, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 89.

Gifford, Prosser, Fall '77, p. 19.
      Student demonstration, June ‘79, p. 6.
      Resignation of Summer '79, p. 15
      Received honorary degree, Summer '80, p. 11.
      He and family are first occupants of new tea house at Amherst House, Fall '80, p. 11.
      Named dean of college. XVIII: 4-19.
      New Dean of the Faculty. XIX: 3-26.

Gifts and Grants. XX: 1-25, 3-22, 4-22.

Gifts to Amherst. XII: 2-16

Gifts to Special Collections. J. Richard Phillips. XXVI: 4-2.

Gifts, Bequests, Grants. XXIII: 1-26; 2-16; 3-28; 4-15.
      Fund in tribute to J. Alfred Guest established. XXIV: 1-17.
      Copeland Colloquium Fund. XXIV: 2-21.
      Marshall Bloom '66 Library. XXV: 1-21.
      C. Scott Porter Memorial Fellowship. XXV: 3-8.
      New Funds established. XXV: 4-17; XXVI: 2-16.
      Luce Scholars Program. XXVI: 1-22.
      Leslie T. Webster Center. XXVI: 4-1.
      Adams Music Fund. XXVI: 4-2.
      Gifts to special Collections. XXVI: 4-2.
      Clarence Francis Professorship. XXVI: 4-6.
      Kenan Professorship. XXVI: 4-7.
      Andrew Mellon Fund XXVII: 2-3;
      Copeland Colloquium XXVII: 2-3
      Gerald Penny Center XXVII: 2-3,
      List 1974-75 XXVII: 4-16.
      XXI: 1-24, 4-15. XXII: 1-28, 3-18, 4-17, 20.

Gilbert Grosvenor's Fifty Years. (Albert W. Atwood.) II:4

Gilbert, Helen E. Bequest. X: 4-15.

Giles, Harry '23 Response: Some Notes and Poems. XXVIII: 3-30.

Giles, Herman H. '23. Obituary XXVII: 1-59.

Giles, Judge James T. '64, first recipient of the William H. Hastie '25 Memorial Award for Outstanding Achievement, Winter '83, p. 7.

Gilkeson, John S., Jr. '71, book is reviewed, Winter 1986, p. 28.

Gillett, Arthur L. The Sage at Amherst. IX: 2-16.

Gillis, Donald MacPherson '27, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 50.

Gillis, John Sinclair '18, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 41.

Gilman, Frederic Scudder '45, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 39.

Gilman, Randolph '42, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 46.

Gilman, Richard Irving '30, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 75.

Gilman, Richard. Rolfe Humphries Won't Quit at 71. Terras Irradient. XVIII: 4-inside front cover.

Gilman, Wesley A. '13. Receives award for service. VI: 1-10.

Gilman. Ethel W., letter from, Spring '83, p. 67.

Gilmer, George Edgar '26, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 50.

Gilmore, Allen Austin '35, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 44.

Gilmore, Myron P. '32, obituary, Winter '79, p. 23.
      Director of Villa I Tatti. XVII: 1-36.
      Restoration in Florence. XIX: 4-8.
      Honored in Florence, Italy. XXVIII: 4-18.

Gilpatrick, Ralph B. '49, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 54.

Gilpin, Prof. Heidi '84, news of, Fall 2002, p. 7.
      Giving, tops record levels, Summer 1994, p. 3.
      Report on, 1993-94, Fall 1994.

Ginsburg, Ruth Bader, awarded honorary degree at Commencement, Summer 1991, p. 5.

Giordanetti, Elmo, obituary, Fall 1984, p. 11 & 22-23.

Giotto Frescoes. III: 153. VII: 3-23.

Girvin, Robert Eyre '31, obituary, Spring 1988, p. 41.

Gladney, Graves '28, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 70.

Gladys Brooks Foundation, fellowships given in psychotherapy, Spring 1985, p. 4.

Glann, Charles Banta '14 Obituary XXVIII: 2-60.

Glann, Perry Banta '19, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 58.

Glaser, Mike '78, letter from, Summer 2004, p. 42.

Glaser, Otto Charles. III: 158
      Retirement. II:20

Glasgow, Benjamin James '38, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 72.

Glasheen, George Lane '28, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 42.

Glass Blowing in the Moore Chemistry Laboratory. VIII: 3-17.

Glass, Joseph. Lecture for the American Intellectual Society. A morning assembly talk. XIV: 4-inside front cover.

Glasser, David G. '79, fellowship position, Summer '79, p. 16.

Glassman, William E. '69, book received, Summer 1996, p. 46.

Glazer, Herman '33, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 69.

Glazier, Robert H. '48, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 106.

Gleason, William A. '83, book received, Summer 1999, p. 42.

Glee Club and Masquers. XI: 2-17, 3-19, 4-20; XII: 2-15

Glee Club in Washington. XII: 1-22

Glee Club World Tour. XXI: 2-18.
      Report of World Tour. XXII: 1-23.
      The International Language of Music. Clifford Orent. XXII: 2-17.

Glee Club XXVII: 1-19, 3-4. XXVIII: 1-21,
      1975 International tour XXVII: 2-18.
      photo of, singing the National Anthem at Red Sox game, Fall 1995, p. 3.
      two-week singing tour of the Soviet Union and Czechoslovakia, Fall 1990, p. 3.
      Broadcast. II:108
      Beethoven Concert. II:143
      Celebrates 100th anniversary. XVIII: 3-37.
      Double Quartet. III: 105; 113
      Grand Tour (Africa and Asia). XXV: 2-5.
      International Summer Tour 1972. XXIII: 4-16.
      International Tour. XIX: 4-8.
      Record, "New Sounds from Amherst", issued. XIX: 3-1.
      To Russia with Song -A Report on Amherst Glee Club's 1967 International Tour. Gary R. Ahlskog and Robert A. Ward. XX: 2-15.
      Letter in reply to "To Russia with Song". Robert A. Zimmerman. Letters. XX: 3-18.
      Recording. (Double Quartet.) IV: 203
      VII: 2-19; 3-23; 4-20.
      Western Tour V: 4-152;
      Town Hall, N. Y .C. VI: 4-16.

Gleich, Martin Christopher '85, Summer 2001, p. 104.

Glen, James W. '49, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 95.

Glickman, Matt '87, creates Internet site www.babycenter.com. Summer 1999, p. 13.

Gliedman, Anthony B. '63, notice of death, Summer 2002, p. 91.

Global issues, Fall '82, p. 2.

Gloman, David, awarded grant by Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation, Fall 1998, p. 10.

Gloster, John Gaines '48, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 63.

Gluckstern, Steven M. '72, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1997, p. 12.
      New trustee, Fall 1998, p. 6.

Glynn, Edward Hartley '08, obituary, Summer '79, p. 82.

Go to Your Nearest Drug Store. IX: 2-14.

God and Students at Amherst, article on, Winter 1998, p. 13.

God’s Way with Man: Variation on the Theme of Providence. Roger Hazelton. (J. A. Martin, Jr.) IX: 3-28.

Goddard, Alpheus John, Jr. '25 Obituary XXVIII: 1-70.

Goddard, Harold C. (The Meaning of Shakespeare.) IV: 19

Goddard, Harold Clarke 1900. Alphabets of the Imagination. XXVIII: 3-30.

Godek, Edward Joseph '72, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 83.

Godfrey, DeWitt, news of, Fall 2000, p. 8.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 7.

Godfroy, John W. '40, notice of death, Spring 2000, p. 79.

God's Unfolding Purpose: a Guide to the Study of the Bible. Suzanne de Dietrich. Translated by Robert McAfee Brown. (John Pemberton) XIII: 2-26.

Godwin, Richard Kenneth '18, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 31.

Goes, Robert Wilson '42, obituary, Winter 1985. p. 35.

Goff, Harry L. '37, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 112.

Goff, Stephen P. '73, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1996, p. 7.

Goff, William Leslie '13, obituary, Summer '77, p. 63.

Goheen, Miriam R., received research award from the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board, Fall 1993, p. 10.
      book received, Summer 1996, p. 46.

Gold, David L. '49, letter from, Spring 1997, p. 39.

Goldberg, Arthur J. Commencement address. XVI: 1-8.

Goldberg, David R. '54, obituary, Summer '82, p. 74.

Goldberg, Isadore '27, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 47.

Goldberg, Robert M. Cold War Political Decisions. Ford Foundation Research Report on Is There an End to the Cold War? XVI: 1-46.

Golden Feathers. Nancy and Jean Webb. VII: 3-31.

Golden Rules of Economic Growth: Studies of Efficient Investment. Edmund S. Phelps. Arnold Collery XIX: 4-29.

Golden, Bob '34, letter from, Fall '81, p. 35.

Goldin, Howard '57, fraternities end sex discrimination, June '80, p. 2.

Golding, William M. Named Director of Valentine Hall. XXIII: 1-23.

Goldman, Alissa '94, included in article on Tyler Cabin, Fall 1992, p. 4.

Goldman, Chester M. '49, death notice, Winter 1995, p. 63.

Goldsby, Richard A., book is reviewed, Spring 1989, p. 27.
      Succeeds Commager as Simpson Lecturer, Winter 1991-92, p. 2.
      named to the Cross Chair, Winter '82, p. 5.
      Awarded research grants, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 7.
      Received grant, Fall 1985, p. 24.
      NSF awards grant to college to support his project, Fall 1995, p.8.
      Participates in project, Fall 1996, p. 11.
      Included in article on research students, Fall 1997, p. 18.
      "What They Are Reading” Summer 1999, p. 39.
      Awarded NSF research grant, Fall 2000, p. 7.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 7.
      News of Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 6.

Goldsmith, Samuel Lunt '39, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 56.

Goldstein, E. Ernest '39, article by, on LBJ, Winter 1985, p. 12.
      book review by, Spring 1988, p. 28.
      Article by, Summer 1989, p. 16.
      Appointed special assistant to President Johnson. XX: 2-27.

Goldstein, Kaylin '92, included in article on students entrepreneurship, Spring 1991, p.23.

Goldstein, Kevin '95, sports section by, Fall 1995, p. 36.
      Sports section by, Winter 1996, p. 28.
      Sports section by, Spring 1996, p. 30.
      Sports section by, Summer 1996, p. 34.

Goldstine, Herman Heine, received honorary degree, Summer '78, p. 16.

Goldstine, Susan W. '93, awarded Alice T. Schafer Undergraduate Prize, Summer 1993, p. 3.

Goldthwait, John '56, book received, Winter 2004, p. 38.

Goleman, Daniel '68, article on, Winter 1993, p. 26.
      book is reviewed, Spring 1996, p. 32.

Goliard Poets, The: Medieval Latin Songs and Satires in New Verse Translations. (George F. Whicher.) II:114

Golub, Leonard M. '89E, letter from, Fall 1991, p. 40.

Gonzales, Julius Joseph "Fitz" '52, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 96.

Good, David M. '43, obituary, Summer '77, p. 67.

Good, Glendon Richard '23, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 46.

Good, John Paul '40, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 45.

Good, Robert Childers '38, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 85.

Good, Robert Crocker '46, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 39.

Good, Robert J. '42. Wins Kendall Award XXVIII: 4-22.

Goodale, Alfred Shepard. III: 158

Goodell, James Pierpont Bartlett '36, obituary, Summmer 1990, p. 47.

Goodell, James Pierpont Bartlett, Jr. '66, obituary, Fall '80, p. 63.

Goodhue, Charles Edward III '47, obituary, Spring '82, p. 63.

Goodhue, James Madison, Pioneer Editor. (John B. O'Brien.) II:55

Gooding, Peter J., becomes chairman of the dept. of physical education and director of intercollegiate athletics, Spring 1977, p. 26.
      dean of freshmen for 1976-77 academic year, Summer 1976, p. 19.
      named the Parmly Billings 1884 Professor of Physical Education and Hygiene, Winter 1995, p. 9.

Gooding, Mary E. '78, alumni report on admission, Fall '80, p. 12.

Gooding-Williams, Robert, paragraph on his recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 8.
      News of his activities, Fall 1996, p. 10.
      News of his awards, Fall 1996, p. 11.
      Book he co-edited and introduced is received, Spring 1997, p. 37.
      News of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 5.
      produces Rodney King volume, Spring 1993, p.3.

Goodman, Alan '73. Subject of Consumer Advocate - Learning by Doing. XXV: 2-21.

Goodman, Ellen H., received honorary degree, Summer '82, p. 9-10.

Goodman, Jordan E. '76, book received, Summer 1994, p. 45.
      Book received, Summer 2001, p. 35.
      UMASS Bus System Benefits Town and Colleges. XXV: 4-16.
      Valley Marriages. XXVI: 4-11.
      book listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.

Goodman, William Edward '36, obituary, Fall '77, p. 63.

Goodnow, David F. Jr. '38, book received, Summer 1994, p. 44.
      Obituary, Summer 2003, p. 91.

Goodnow, Henry Frank. The Civil Service of Pakistan: Bureaucracy in a New Nation. XVII: 2-39.

Goodnow, Thomas White '49, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 69.

Goodrich, Carter Lyman '18. Obituary. XXIII: 4-14.

Goodrich, Carter. Government Promotion of American Canals and Railroads. 1800-1890. Carter Goodrich. (George Rogers Taylor) XII: 4-24

Goodrich, Edward Sheldon '40, obituary, Fall 1996, p. 80.

Goodrich, Hubert B. '09. To retire at Wesleyan. VIII: 2-15.

Goodridge, Charles Curtis '30, obituary, Winter '78, p. 87.

Goodsmith, Willoughby ,48 Obituary XXVIII: I-Cover III.

Goodwin, Charles Albert '30, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 43.

Goodwin, Doris Kearns, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1996, p. 7.

Goodwin, Edwin Howe '32, obituary, Fall 1996, p. 78.

Goodwin, Roger Farthing '53, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 69.

Gordimer, Nadine, delivers lecture, Fall 1991, p. 2.

Gordon, Eric R. Commencement Address XXVII: 1-10.

Gordon, Frank '74, Winter '79, p. 29.

Gordon, Joel E., tribute on his retirement, Summer 2000, p. 9.
      William R. Kenan Professor, Summer '83, p. 18.
      received award, Fall 1986, p. 6.
      Received Cottrell College Science renewal grant from the Research Corporation, Fall 1990, p. 6.
      Included in article on science equipment, Spring 1992, p. 22.

Gordon, Joseph W. '70, letter from, Fall 1989, p. 30.

Gordon, Leonard '59. Bengal: The Nationalist Movement 1876-l940. XXVI: 4-30.

Gorman, Wilbur Arthur '23, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 69.

Gormley, Ken, article by, on interview with Justice Thurgood Marshall, Spring 1993, p.11.

Gorra, Michael '79, book received, Spring 1998, p. 40.
      book review by, June '79, p. 33.

Gorth, William P. '65, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.

Goss, William Francis '42, obituary, Summer 1992, p. 51.

Gossett, Philip '62, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1993, p. 9.

Gotbaum, Noah '81, included in article New York Cares, Winter 1989, p. 10.

Gottesfeld, Dr. Kenneth R. '58, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 56.

Gottlieb, Bernard Lee '31, obituary, Spring '81, p. 62.

Gottlieb, David '81, article by, Winter '80, p. 18.

Gottlieb, Jeffrey A. '62 Obituary XXVIII: 2-25.

Gottsegen, Jack J. '28, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 31.

Gotwals, Vernon D. Jr. '47, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 99.
      letter from, Winter '82, p. 33.
      Music in the Valley. XXI: 2-31.
      Joseph Haydn, Eighteenth-Century Gentleman and Genius. XV: 4-25.

Goudy, William Leonard '29, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 51.

Gould, Bradley Livingstone '46, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 81.

Gould, Jeffrey W. '95, received Fulbright grant for 1995-96, Summer 1995, p. 4.

Gould, Stephen Jay, article on his visit, Fall 2000, p. 6.

Goulding, Alvord Nathan '33, obituary, Summer 1985, p. 31.

Goulston, Mathew Manuel '35, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 90.

Goutte, Caroline E., awarded NSF grant, Fall 1998, p. 10.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 10.
      Paper is published, Fall 2000, p. 8.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 8.

Gove, William Bradford II '33, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 39.

Govermnental Process, The. (David B. Truman.) IV: 65

Government and Local Power in Japan, 500 to 1700: A Study Based on Bizen Province. John Whitney Hall. (Ray Moore) XVIII: 4-28.

Government Promotion of American Canals and Railroads 1800-1890. Carter Goodrich (George Rogers Taylor) XII: 4-24

Gowen, Horace Bradford '31, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 46.

Gower, Stanley M. Jr. '36, notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.

Gowing, James David '38, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 44.

Goyette, Col. Linus Francis Gregory '29, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 31.

Gozzi, Raymond D. '42, book is received, Winter 1984, p. 33.
      book is reviewed, Summer 1986, p. 31.
      obituary, Winter 2004, p. 113.

Graber, Kevin, appointed full-time sports information director, Summer 2000, p. 6.
      Sports section by, Fall 2000, p. 34.
      Sports section by, Spring 2001, p. 30.
      Sports section by, Winter 2001, p. 32.
      Sports section by, Spring 2002, p. 28.
      Article by, on the Zieja brothers, Summer 2002, p. 31.
      Sports section by, featuring Emily Foran '05, Spring 2003, p. 28.
      Sports section by, Summer 2003, p. 31.
      Sports article by on women's lacrosse 2003 championship season, Winter 2004, p. 30.
      Sports section by, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 36.

Gracia, Clarisa '93, included in article on students entrepreneurship, Spring 1991, p.22.

Grade System. New nine-step letter grade system established. XX: 1-20.

Graduate Study. Many expect to continue studies. XV: 1-25.
      Ninety percent of class of 1966 goes on for further study. XIX: 1-27.
      XVII: 1-33.

Graham, Billy, at Amherst. Rev. David S. King. IX: 4-21.

Graham, Katharine, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1987, p. 8.

Graham, Saxon. American Culture. X: 4-19.

Graham, Sylvester, letter on, Fall '77, p. 31.

Grahame, David Caldwell. Obituary. XI: 3-23
      Special symposium in his honor by American Chemical Society. XIII: 2-21.
      work is celebrated, Fall 1997, p. 8.
      included in article, June '79, p. 2.

Grainger, Joseph Leslie '24, obituary, Summer '79, p. 84.

Grainger, Vincent '40, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 80.

Grand Canyon. Amherst and the Grand Canyon. Richerd M. Foose. XIX: 1-19.

Grant, John Phillips '28, obituary, June '79, p. 62.

Grant, Stephen H. '63. Amherst and the International Community. XXIV: 4-1.
      book received, Winter 2000, p. 35.

Grant, Stephen Walkley '30. obituary, Fall '78, p. 66.

Grant, Susannah '84, article on, Fall 2000, p. 23.

Grant, Walter Adams '25, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 59.

Grants, College receives $2 million from public and private funding sources in support of major projects directed by members of the faculty, Winter 1996, p.7.

Grave Rubbing in Vermont. Richard T. Leyden. XVII: 4-12.

Graves, E. King '26. Case of the Missing Lady Slippers. V: 2-50.

Graves, Edmund King '26, obituary, December '79, p. 68.

Graves, Howard Whitfield '26, obituary, Summer '81, p. 71.

Graves, John J. '38, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 112.

Graves, Timothy Frederic '59, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 49.

Graves, Wilfred H. '26, death notice, Spring 1997, p. 72.

Gray, Burton Payne, Jr. '26, obituary, Winter '81, p. 60.

Gray, Christopher W. '64, letter from, Fall 1996, p. 47.

Gray, Harry Fitzhugh Jr. '37 Obituary XXVIII: 1-72.

Gray, Vaughn Thomas '00, receives Rhodes Scholarship, Winter 2000, p. 6.

Gray, William H. III, Houston Forum lecturer, Summer 1988, p. 3.

Gray, William, college offers to change its name to Gray College, Winter 1994, p. 29.

Grayson, David, The Story of. Frank Prentice Rand. XVII: 2-38.

Grean, Lawrence K. '33, obituary, Winter 2003, p. 88.

Greaney, Robert Jerome '50, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 67.

Great Adventures. Frederick Houk Law. IX: 1-30.

Great Dream from Heaven. John Rolfe Gardiner XXVII: 2-25.

Great Society Reader, The: The Failure of American Liberalism. Marvin E. Gettleman and David Mermelstein.  (Allen Guttmann)  XX:  3-32. 

Greaves, Edward Stanley '58, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 91.

Greek Mind, The. Waler R. Agard. (Thomas Gould) IX: 4-32.

Greek, Darold Jr. '60, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 72.

Green Armor on Green Ground. Rolfe Humphries. (Walter Gibson) IX: 3-27.

Green, Cynthia,'79, article by. June '79, p. 13.

Green, Edward P. '37, death notice, Summer 1998, p. 82.

Green, Fred T. '30, notice of death, Summer 2002, p. 91.

Green, Frederick Bushnell '34, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 43.

Green, Frederick Marvin '30, obituary, Fall '81, p. 69.

Green, George Raymond, NSF awards grant to college to support project directed by, Fall 1994, p. 6.
      NSF awards grant to college to support his project, Fall 1995, p. 8.
      college receives grant from National Science Foundation to support project directed by, Fall 1993, p. 10.

Green, James H. '39, obituary, Winter 2003, p. 90.

Green, James Newell '23, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 46.

Green, John Leslie '42, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 61.

Green, Marc '65, book is received, Fall 1988, p. 35.
      book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.

Green, Newell ‘23, photographs by, Winter '81, p. 20-23.

Green, R Thomas '59, received Medal for Eminent Service, Summer 2001, p. 10.

Green, Robert A. Saves boy from drowning. IX: 4-25.

Green, Robert Alan '33, book is received, Winter 1984, p. 33.
      book listed, Spring 1987, p. 24.
      Obituary, Fall 1990, p. 61.

Green, Robert Thomas '27, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 46.

Green, Warren James '34, obituary, Winter '79, p. 90.

Green, Warren K. (prepared American edition The Heavens Above by J. B. Sidgwick.) IV: 20

Green, Warren K. Retires. IX: 1-28.

Green, Warren Kimball. Obituary. XVI: 4-21.

Green, William, donated Japanese woodblock print collection to Mead, Winter 1990, p.4.

Greenaway, David Emerson II '39, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 83.

Greenbaum, Dorian Gieseler, letter from, Winter 2004, p. 40.

Greenberg, Herman Abraham '30, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 59.

Greenberg, Jesse P. '49, obituary, Winter 2003, p. 94.

Greenberg, Michael '69, article by, "Letter from Kfar Hahoresh," Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 55-57 & 63.

Greenblatt, David J. Benzodiazepines in Clinical Practice. XXVII: 2-26.

Greenblatt, David. The Student, 1966. Profile. XVIII: 3-11.

Greene, Bancroft F. '64. Young Alumni Weekend: A Perspective. XXVI: 1-10.

Greene, Christopher T. '50. The Academic Philosophy of Alexander Meiklejohn. XXIII: 4-7.

Greene, Christopher T. '70. Undergraduate View. XXII: 2-6.

Greene, Edward Barrows '18, obituary, Winter '82, p. 68.

Greene, Foster Leonard '32, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 91.

Greene, Frederick Davis. Obituary. XV: 3-22.

Greene, Paul C. '30, notice of death, Spring 2003, p. 82.

Greene, Prof. and Mrs. Theodore P. '43, Amherst Life Income Gifts ad,Winter 1993, inside back cover.

Greene, Steven F. '83, associate in music, Summer '83, p. 19.

Greene, Thayer A. '50. Modern Man in Search of Manhood. XXI: 2-24.
      Named Chaplain. VII: 1-28.
      Religion at Amherst. VII: 4-4.
      Commencement Invocation. XV: 1-21.

Greene, Theodore M. '18. Accepts professorship at Scripps College. VII: 4-13.

Greene, Theodore P. '43, essays on Amherst's history, Fall '78, p. 36.
      Japanese Educational Program, Summer '79, p. 18.
      Article by, about ILS program, Summer '82, p. 18-21 & 32-34.
      New names for student houses, Fall 1984, p. 2-7.
      remarks on the publication of Harold Wade's '68 Black Hen of Amherst, Summer 1976, p. 22.
      A Sesquicentennial Sermon. XXV: 1-13.

Greene, Theodore P.  The American Student.  XIX:  2-7. 

Greene, Theodore P. Powell Awarded Pulitzer Prize. XVII: 2-23.

Greene, Timothy Whiting '52, obituary, Winter '79, p. 91.

Greene, Walter Farrar '14, obituary, Winter '79, p. 87.

Greenhouse, Robert C. '45, death notice, Summer 1998, p. 82.

Greenman, Magnus '25, obituary, Summer '81, p. 71.

Greenman, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. '45, Amherst Life Income Gifts ad, Fall 1995.

Greenough, Elisabeth '83, Mellon Fellow in the Humanities, Fall 1985, p. 9.

Greenspan, Alan N. '84, letter from, Summer 1990, p. 31.

Greenstein, George S., book is reviewed, Fall 1988, p. 28.
      Included in article on quantum mechanics workshop, Winter 1990, p. 18.
      Author of several new interpretive essays, Fall 1993, p. 10.
      Article on his 'Topics in Astrophysics" seminar, Summer 1993, p. 7.
      granted tenure, Winter 1977, p. 5.
      Promoted to associate professor, Spring 1977, p. 5.
      Prepares astronomical data in Old Farmer's Almanac, Spring 1982, p. 2.
      Promoted to full professor; received honorary degree at Opening Convocation, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 54.
      Book is reviewed, Fall 1984, p. 26-27.
      Recipient of the 1984 Phi Beta Kappa Award in Science, Fall 1985, p. 13.
      Book review by, Winter 1985, p. 30.
      book is reviewed, Fall 1997, p. 35.
      News of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 36.
      Book received, Winter 1998, p. 35.
      Included in article on his visit to 1997 Mind and Life Dialogue invited by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Spring 1998, p. 5.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 1998, p. 32.
      "What They Are Reading," Winter 2001, p. 38.
      One of the winners of the annual trivia bee held to raise money for local schools (photo of), Fall 2002, p. 6.

Greenstone, Herbert Emanual '37, obituary, Fall '80, p. 62.

Greenwood, Carlton Everett '37, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 70.

Greenwood, J. Robert S.S. '38, death notice, Winter 1995, p. 63.

Greer, Louis '59, letter from, Winter 1997, p. 44.
      Letter from, Summer 2000, p. 43.

Greer, William J. III '78, Edward Hitchcock Fellow, Fall '78, p. 17.

Greer, William James II '53, obituary, Fall 1998, p. 70.

Gregg, Edward E. '42, notice of death, Spring 2003, p. 82.

Gregg, Edwin Alden '33, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 59.

Gregg, Harrison L., book review by, Fall 2002, p. 30.

Gregory, Arthur H. '40, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 116.

Gregory, Ernest '12, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 46.

Gregory, Richard H., Sr. '98. Receives citation from Trustees. VI: 1-4.
      Obituary. VII: 2-13.

Gregory, Richard Harrington, Jr. ‘33, obituary, Summer '82, p. 71.

Greve, Frank J. '67. Named assistant Dean of Freshmen. XXII: 3-19.
      Assistant to Dean of Admission.  XX:  2-30. 
      The Black Student and the Admission Office.  XX:  4-10. 

Griffin, Burt W. '54, book is reviewed, Spring '81, p. 29.

Griffin, Frank W. '76, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 24.

Griffith, Charles Michel '42, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 54.

Griffith, Robert Watson '30, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 51.

Griffiths, Edwin Stephen '63, obituary, Spring 1988, p. 43.

Griffiths, Fred C. '30, obituary, Fall '80, p. 60.

Griffiths, Frederick T., book review by, Spring 1988, p. 24.
      Book he co-authored is published, Fall 1991, p. 5.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 1992, p. 32.
      news of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 5.
      "What They Are Reading," Spring 2000, p. 32.
      Discusses Amherst's faculty tenure system in an interview with Douglas Wilson '62, Winter 2001, p. 17.
      News of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 6.
      Summer '77, p. 3.
      Faculty honor, June '79, p. 15.
      Article by, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 12-16.

Griffiths, George Findley '29, obituary, Summer '80, p. 63.

Griffiths, Thomas J. '00, obituary, Fall '77, p. 59.

Griggs, D. Fuller, Jr. '37, obituary, Spring '82, p. 61.

Griggs, Lewis '70, book is reviewed, Winter 1985, p. 27.

Grim, George Gregory Jr. '42, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 57.

Grimaldi, Albert '81, article on, Winter 1993, p. 9.
      photo of, playing soccer game, Winter 2001, p. 6.
      Commencement, (picture of), Summer '81, p. 5.

Grimes, Alan P. and Robert H. Horwitz, Ed. Modern Political Ideologies, XII: 1-28, 3-24

Grimm, Paul Alwyn '26, obituary, Fall '77, p. 61.

Grinberg, Mark '78, letter from, Fall 1987, p. 32.
      Obituary, Spring 1994, p. 68.

Grisell, Thomas Olen '38, obituary, Spring '82, p. 62.

Griswold, Merton Lyman Jr. '25, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 88.

Griswold, Stanley Marcus '20, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 59.

Griswold, Wesley Southmayd '29, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 68.
      Train Wreck! XXII: 3-23.

Grody, Cyril Heiman '35, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 55.

Groendyke, George Randolph '26, obituary, June '79, p. 61.

Groff, Lauren '01, article by, on brothers Ted Lee '93 and Matt Lee and their boiled peanuts business, Fall 2002, p. 24.

Groft Marc Linden '77, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 43.

Grose, Christopher '61. Milton's Epic Process: Paradise Lost and Its Miltonic Background. XXVI: 4-30.

Grose, John L. '35, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 91.

Grose, Minot '36, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 66.
      Resigns as Business Manager. XXIII: 2-18.
      Appointed Business Manager. X: 1-22.
      IV: 203

Grose, Robert F. Faculty Viewpoint on Admission. XI: 4-6
      To spend coming year at Silliman University in the Philippines. XV: 4-24.
      and Birney, Robert C., editors. Transfer of Learning. XVI: 2-29.
      president of N.E. Assoc. for Institutional Research, June '80, p. 8.
      Elected to serve on the nominating committee of the Assn. for Institutional Research, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 7.
      retires, Summer 1992, p. 8.

Grose, William W. '35, obituary, Summer 2003, p. 90.

Grosfeld, James '59, book review by, Summer 1987, p. 31.

Gross, Robert A., included in article on Shays' Rebellion, Winter 1986, p. 11.
      Received award, Fall 1988, p. 12.
      receives Bancroft prize, Spring 1977, p. 4.
      Commencement, Summer '77, p. 2.
      National Endowment, Spring '78, p. 9.
      Faculty honor, June '79, p. 16.
      Japanese Educational Program, Summer '79, p. 18.
      Assoc. Prof. of History, Summer '80, p. 8.
      Emily Dickinson Symposium, Fall '80, p. 6.
      Elected to membership in the American Antiquarian Society, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 7.
      Awarded grant, Winter 1984, p. 23.

Grossinger, Richard '66, book review by, Spring 1987, p. 24.
      Books listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.
      Letter from, Winter 1987, p. 38.
      Book received, Fall 1989, p. 32.
      books received, Spring 1996, p. 37.
      Book received, Summer 1996, p. 46.
      Book received, Winter 1998, p. 35.
      Book received, Summer 2000, p. 40.
      Book received, Winter 2004, p. 37.
      editor of book reviewed, Winter '78, p. 30.
      Editor of books reviewed, Spring '81, p. 30.
      Book is reviewed, Winter '82, p. 29.
      Book is reviewed, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 64.
      The Continents. XXVI: 3-29.

Grosslein, Ron '78, included in article on Swallowtail, Summer 1988, p. 12.

Grossman, Jay, book received, Summer 1996, p. 46.

Grosvenor, Gilbert '97. Flies over North Pole. VI: 1-11.
      Retires from National Geographic Society. VII: 1-6.
      National Geographic honors with Sky Atlas gift to Amherst. VIII: 3-7.
      The National Geographic Society and Its Magazine: A History. X: 3-28.
      II:4
      Obituary. XVIII: 4-10.

Grotenhuis, Albert O. '29. obituary, Fall '77, p. 62.

Group Basis of Politics, The: A Study in Basing-Point Legislation. (Earl Latham.) IV: 208

Group Practice and Prepayment of Medical Care. William A. MacColl. (Stephen Brown) XIX: 3-38.

Grousbeck, H. Irving II '56, awarded honorary degree, Summer 2000, p. 5.

Grover, Harry Greenwood '05, obituary, Winter 1977, p. 79.

Grover, Kingman N. '35, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 111.

Grow, George Morris '44, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 49.

Grubb, Sheldon G. '37, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 66.

GTE Foundation, lecture series, Winter 1987, p. 2.

Guastaferri, Hugo '28, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 75.

Guerin, Robert Jarret '39, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 75.

Guest, J. A. A Program of Continuing Support XXVII: 4-10

Guest, J. A. -Medal. XI: 1-9

Guest, J. Alfred '33, "Safari to the Sabrina River," Spring 1977, p. 17.
      Reunion Weekend, Summer '83, p. 16.
      Society of the Alumni, (photograph of), Summer '82, p. 6.
      National Alumni Weekend, (photograph of), Fall '82, p. 6.
      article on his death, Fall 1997, p. 4.
      Obituary, Winter 1998, p. 69.
      letter from, Winter 1990, p. 32.
      Fund established in tribute. XXIV: 1-17.
      Honorary L.H.D. citation. XXIV: 1-14.
      Retires to serve as Director of Deferred Giving. XXIV: 1-17.
      President, American Alumni Council. XIII: 3-22.
      Fifty Years of Service. XVI: 3-6.

Guest, James A. '62, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1997, p. 12.
      elected Vermont Secretary of State, Winter 1977, p. 9.
      Consumers Union President, June '80, p. 5.
      Report as an Alumni Fellow. XXIII: 3-3.

Guest, James A., Jr. The Boston Marathon. XIX: 1-23.

Guest, Mr. and Mrs. J. Alfred '33, Amherst Life Income Gifts ad, Spring 1993, inside back cover.

Guest, Robert H. '39, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 24.
      Book is received, Fall 1988, p. 35.
      book received, Spring 1977, p. 31.
      Letter on, Summer '77, p. 29.
      Article by, Summer '83, p. 66-67 & 78-79.
      Co-author with Charles R. Walker The Man on the Assembly Line. V: 3-119.
      Organizational Change: The Effect of Successful Leadership. XV: 1-30.

Guetti, James '59. Action. XXV: 1-27.

Guetti, James L., Jr. The Rhetoric of Joseph Conrad. XIII: 2-26.

Guidance and Placement. Article. III: 149
      Careers Poll. III: 155

Guidance Needed in Making College Gifts. J. A. Livingston. VII: 3-10.

Guild, Alden Dartmouth '52, letter from, Summer '80, p. 28.

Guild, Martha, article by, on Prof. Ethan Temeles and his field assistant Amanda Muir '01 doing their research on the purple-throated hummingbird in St. Lucia, Fall 2000, p. 10.

Guiler, Leonard Kent Jr. '35, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 45.

Gulf Crisis Coalition, forming of, Spring 1991, p. 4.

Gulla, John C. '79, fellowship position, Summer '79, p. 16.

Gumport, Stephen Lawrence '34, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 62.

Gundaker, Guy Harry '14, obituary, Spring '82, p. 56.

Gundersheimer, Werner '59, book review by, Spring 2001, p. 35.
      Director of the Folger Shakespeare Library to retire, Winter 2002, p. 6.
      Queen Elizabeth II visits Folger, Summer 1991, p. 6.
      named director of the Folger Shakespeare Library, Summer 1984, p. 3-4.
      Awarded honorary degree, Fall 1984, p. 12.
      Story on, Spring 1985, p. 8 & 22-24.

Gunn, Giles ‘59. F.O. Matthiessen: The Critical Acheivement. XXVIII: 4-30.
      book is received, Fall 1988, p. 35.
      Book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.
      book is reviewed, June '80, p. 40.

Gusack, Mark M.D. '76, book received, Fall 1998, p. 44.

Gustafson, Danny Davis '51, obituary, Fall '80, p. 63.

Gutcheon, Jeffrey D. '62, Reunion Weekend, Summer '82, p. 6.
      CD received, Spring 2002, p. 33.

Guthrie, Robert W. '64, death notice, Fall 1995, p. 66.

Guttmann, Allen, Fulbright-Hays Award, Summer '77, p. 25.
      Book is reviewed, Spring '78, p. 34.
      Japanese Educational Program, Summer '79, p. 18.
      Book is published, June '80, p. 8.
      Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship, Summer '81, p. 14.
      Articles published, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 53.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 1984, p. 67-69.
      Given the Olympic Book of the Year Award, Fall 1985, p. 13.
      received award, Fall 1986, p. 7.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 1987, p. 20.
      Book review by, Summer 1988, p. 24.
      Delivered keynote address to the International Association of Sports Historians, etc., Fall 1988, p. 12.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 1989, p. 29.
      Delivered lecture at the Univ. of Texas at Arlington, Summer 1989, p. 6.
      Book review by, Summer 1989, p. 31.
      Book he authored is published, Fall 1991, p. 5.
      Book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.
      Appointed Andrew W. Mellon Professor in the Humanities for 1992-95, Summer 1992, p. 15.
      Book he translated is published, Fall 1993, p. 10.
      Recent Trends in American Literature. XVI: 2-5.
      The Wound in the Heart: America and the Spanish Civil War. XVI: 1-34.
      The Conservative Tradition in America. XX: 5-33.
      The Course. (Problems of Inquiry: The Social Sciences) XIX: 4-2.
      The Jewish Writer in America: Assimilation and the Crisis of Identity. XXIV: 2-30.
      book is reviewed, Spring 1995, p. 38.
      Paragraph on his recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 8.
      Contributes essays to book, Fall 1996, p. 11.
      Article translated into Chinese, Fall 1996, p. 11.
      Book received, Fall 1996, p. 43.
      News of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 6.
      Named Emily C. Jordon Folger Professor of English and American Studies, news of other activities, Fall 1998, p. 10.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 10.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 7.
      Book received, Fall 2001, p. 36.
      Book received, Winter 2002, p. 31.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 8.
      News of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 6.

Gyatso, Janet, book received, Spring 1998, p. 36.

Gyger, David E. Co-author. (American Studies: A Course Oil Trial.) IV: 51
      Season’s Greetings from Down Under. IX: 3-12.

Gyger, John Thomas Jr. '49, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 51.

Gymnasium, New, fire destroys, Spring 1985, p. 2.

Ha, Anne '93, book is received, Spring 1997, p. 37.

Haas, Fritz Otto '36, awarded honorary degree at Commencement, Summer 1991, p.6.
      Obituary, Spring 1994, p. 63.

Haas, John C. '40, letter from, Winter '82, p. 32.

Hacker, Andrew '51, article on, Fall 1991, p. 8.
      Amherst's Political Scientists. VII: 4-8.
      The End of the American Era. XXIII: 1-33.
      Alumni trustee nominee. XVIII: 4-15.

Hackett, George Lamprecht '44, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 86.

Hackney, Sheldon, remarks by, at Marx's inauguration, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 16.

Haddock, James Arthur '31, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 47.

Hadley, Frederic Murray '28, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 70.
      Leaves Lilly Company to become vice-president of Wabash College. XIII: 3-18.

Hafetz, Jonathan '90, article by, on Cuba, Spring 1995, p. 26.

Hagadorn, Prof. James Whitey, news of, Fall 2002, p. 8.
      News of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 6.
      Article on his interest in CT scanning, Spring 2004, p. 6.

Hagenbuckle, Cedric Rosslyn '28, obituary, December '79, p. 69.

Haggerty, Louise, Assistant Registrar, Fall '81, p. 6.

Haggerty, Luther Voorhis '39, obituary, Spring 1977, p. 64.

Haggerty, Raymond Carpenter, Jr. '46, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 33.

Haggerty, Rosanne '82, article on, Summer 1997, p. 17.
      Article on, by Jennifer Acker '00, Winter 2002, p. 14.
      Received honorary degree, Summer 2003, p. 4.
      edited The Student Guide to Fellowships and Internships, Fall '80, p. 7.
      Chairman of The Amherst Student, (photograph of), Winter '81, p. 4.

Hagstrom, Jack W. C. '55, book received, Summer 2003, p. 36.
      book is reviewed, Fall '81, p. 33.
      Letter from, Summer '83, p. 75.
      Collection of works by Updike given to college by him, Summer 1985, p. 21.

Hague, Elliott B. Obituary XXVIII: 3-89 .

Hague, James Donald '28, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 66.

Hague, Rebecca H., received summer stipend from NEH and a Miner D. Crary Summer Fellowship, Spring '82, p. 2.

Hahn, Stephen '75, book review by, Winter 1986, p. 25.
      Book review by, Summer 1987, p. 29.
      Book review by, Summer 1987, p. 30.
      Book review by, Winter 1987, p. 34.
      book review by, Winter 1997, p. 39.
      Book he co-edited is received, Fall 1998, p. 44.
      Book review by, Fall 1999, p. 36.
      Book received, Spring 2000, p. 33.
      Book review by, Summer 2002, p. 39.
      Book received, Winter 2003, p. 35.
      letter from, Winter 1985, p. 32.

Haight, Alfred Ward '33. Obituary XXVII: 4-60.

Haigis, John William Jr. '39, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 44.

Hailey, Jack, and Chamurro, William H.  Amherst Amigos. (Summer 1966) XIX: 5-18.

Haines, Michael R. '67, book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.

Haizlip, Harold C. '57, book received, Fall 1998, p. 40.
      Named Commissioner of Education for the U.S. Virgin Islands. XXIV: 2-25.
      Dimensions and Directions of Change. (Accord and Dissent) XVII: 2-2.

Hale, Charles A. '51. Mexican Liberalism in the Age of Mora, 1821-1853.

Hale, Clarence William '41, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 48.

Hale, David Clendon '17, obituary, Winter '78, p. 85.

Haley, J. Bradford '71, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 58.

Hall, Albert Lee '30, obituary, Fall 1996, p. 77.

Hall, Charles Ernest '32, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 73.

Hall, Colin '95, book is reviewed, Winter 1997, p. 38.

Hall, David Arnold '64, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 68.

Hall, David S. '91, co-author of a paper published in Physical Review Letters, Fall 2000, p. 8.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 7.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 8.
      News of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 6.
      Article on his cooling device, Winter 2004, p. 3.
      news of, Fall 2001, p. 9.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 8.

Hall, Elliot Snell. Obituary. XVIII: 1-22.

Hall, Gordon III '52, Society of the Alumni, Summer '77, p. 4.
      Alumni Fund Committee, Summer '80, p. 5.
      Alumni Fund, Summer ‘81, p. 4.
      Jenkins Hall, Summer ‘81, p. 5.
      Received Distinguished Service Award. Fall '81, p. 6.
      Received honorary degree, Summer '82, p. 14.
      Campaign volunteer, Fall 1984, p. 32.

Hall, Henry Bass '10. Obituary. V: 1-23.

Hall, Jeffrey '86, fundraising drive for Africa. Summer 1985, p. 2.

Hall, John S. XI: 2-7

Hall, John Scoville Jr. '30, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 46.
      reunion gift, Summer '80, p. 6.
      Received honorary degree, Summer '80, p. 11.

Hall, John Whitney '39, Japan honors, Winter 1977, p. 11.
      obituary, Winter 1998, p. 70.
      Neesima, Doshisha, and Amherst. XXVIII:3­
      awarded honorary degree, Fall 1989, p. 6.

Government and Local Power in Japan, 500 to 1700: A Study Based on Bizen Province. XVIII: 4-28.

Hall, Joseph '91, received Mellon Fellowship, Summer 1993, p. 2.

Hall, Louis Harrison, Jr. '31, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 51.

Hall, Lowell Lyman '24, obituary, Spring 1977, p. 61.

Hall, Peter A. '40, obituary, Spring 2003, p. 85.

Hallenbeck, Park Rickerson '39, obituary, June '79, p. 64.

Hallenbeck, William Woodworth '44, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 47.

Haller, Richard Gordon '34, obituary, Spring '83, p. 50.

Haller, William '08. Liberty and Reformation in the Puritan Revolution. VIII: 3-30.

Haller, William G. ' 08 Obituary XXVII: 1-11.

Haller, William Jr. '36, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 111.

Haller, William, Jr. (The Puritan Frontier.) IV: 66

Haller, William. The Elect Nation: The Meaning and Relevance of Foxe's "Book of Martyrs”. XVII: 1-42.

Halleran, Thomas Augustus '26 Obituary XXVIII: 3-86.

Halligan, Howard Kimball '30, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 69.
      reunion gift chairman, Summer '80, p. 6.
      Received honorary degree, Surmner '80, p. 13.

Halloran, Thomas E. '23, death notice, Winter 1995, p. 63.

Hallowell, George Branin '44, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 93.

Halperin, Gary '89, book received, Winter 2004, p. 37.

Halsey, Courtland V. Rensselaer. Assistant dean of admission. IX: 4-31.

Halsey, Van R. Alumni Advisory Program. XI: 4-10
      Cited. To become Director of Admission at Hampshire. XXI: 1-28.
      Heads National Committee on the Study of History. XVII: 2-31.
      Heads School-College Relations Committee. XV: 4-20.

Halstead, Cutler U. '52, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 118.

Halstead, Daniel Berrien III '36, obituary, Fall '82, p. 73.

Halstead, John B. "Reading History": An Innovative Approach to the Teaching of Introductory History at Amherst College. XXIII: 3-15.
      book review by, Spring '78, p. 34.
      Book review by, Summer '79, p. 44.
      Fraternity article, Winter '82, p. 2.
      paper is published, Fall 1986, p. 7.
      Book review by, Summer 1991, p. 32.
      recognition of retirement, Summer 1997, p. 8.

Halt Vernon Jr. '36, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 90.

Halt William Ewell '36, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 76.

Ham, Albert W. '46, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 98.

Ham, Stanley Page '25 Obituary XXVIII: 1-70.

Hamblin, Francis N. '39, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 113.

Hamblin, Wolcott Chaffee III '46, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 39.

Hamill, Hugh M. Jr. '51, book received, Spring 1993, p. 38.
      letter from, Spring 1984, p. 70.
      Dictatorship in Latin America. XVIII: 2-32.

Hamilton House, Fall 1984, p. 3.

Hamilton, David '61, book is reviewed, Summer 2002, p. 41.

Hamilton, George B. ‘36, death notice, Winter 1995, p. 63.

Hamilton, George S. '15, obituary. Winter '78, p. 85.

Hamilton, Hugh Lloyd '20, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 51.

Hamilton, James S. '06. Obituary. VI: 1-8.
      Minute "to". VI: 1-3. Origins of “Lord Jeff". VI: 3-2.
      Hamilton Fund established. VI: 3-3.

Hamilton, Thomas P. '65, notice of death, Summer 1999, p. 78.

Hamilton, Walter Alexander '43, obituary, Winter '82, p. 71.

Hamilton, William G. '13, obituary, Fall 1984.

Hamilton, William Irving. Fund established. XV: 3-20.

Hamlin, Franklin Clark '43, obituary, Summer 1992, p. 51.

Hamlin, Marston L. Robert College Revisited. XVI: 4-16.

Hamlin, Talbot '10. Benjamin Henry Latrobe. VIII: 3-30.

Hamlin, Talbot Faulkner. Awarded Pulitzer Prize. IX: 1-22.
      Obituary. IX: 2-5.

Hamlin, Talbot Jessica. (We Took to Cruising.) IV: 65

Hammer, Langdon, letter from, Fall 2001, p. 38.

Hammerstrom, Harold Carl Frederick '28, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 35.

Hammond, Elizabeth C. '95, received a Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, Summer 1995, p. 3.

Hammond, Lew '49, National Alumni Weekend, (photograph of), Fall '82, p. 7.

Hammond, William Gardiner. Account of walking tour in 1848. Terras Irradient. XV: 3-inside front cover.

Hampshire College. XI: 1-2, 3-2, 4-19. XVIII: 2-10.
      Plans going forward. XVIII: 4-1.
      President, Franklin Patterson, named. XVIII: 4-14.
      Vice President, Charles R. Longsworth, named. XVIII: 4-14.

Hampshire History, The. Lawrence E. Wikander, Helen Terry, Merk Kiley, editors. (H. W. H.) XVII: 3-40.

Hancock, Llewellyn Lester '23, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 34.

Handelsman, Milton Burt '27, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 59.

Handicapped, Physical Modifications for, Winter '78, p. 5.

Hands of Esau, The. Hiram Haydn. (H. W. H.) XV: 1-30.

Handwriting Is an Art. Warren T. Johnson. VIII: 2-12.

Hanff, Earl Edward '30, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 75.

Hanford, Robert Saxe '28, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 75.

Hanger, SamueL new coach, Fall 1986, p. 15.

Hano, Robert '30, obituary, Fall '81, p. 69.

Hanselman, John Joseph '20, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 51.
      retired alumni business volunteer, Spring 1977, p. 19,

Hanselman, John W. '54, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 75.

Hansen, David E., awarded grant, Fall 1986, p. 7.
      Received grants, Fall 1987, p. 6.
      Received Trustee Faculty Fellowship, Fall 1988, p. 12.
      Received a 1989 Presidential Young Investigators Award, Summer 1989, p. 6.
      Received grants from NSF and NIGMS, Fall 1990, p. 6.
      Named a Camille and Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar for 1991, Fall 1991, p. 5.
      participates in project, Fall 1996, p. 11.
      Program director of grant received from Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Fall 2000, p. 8.
      Awarded NSF research grant, Fall 2000, p. 7.

Hansen, Norman F. '41, notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Hansen, Woods '46, letter from, Spring 1992, p. 36.

Happ, Linley Conrad '20 Obituary XXVII: 4-58.

Harasimowicz, Paul '79, fellowship position, Summer '79, p. 16.

Harbison, Robert '62, book is reviewed, Spring '81, p. 30.

Harby, Gordon Stearns '29, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 42.

Harden, Albert Scott Jr. '28, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 70.

Harden, Rev. Robin L., becomes a religious advisor to the college, Summer 1984, p. 57.

Hardiman, Kirsten E. '91, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 100.

Harding, Henry Joseph '28, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 35.

Harding, Ralph Lyman Jr. '42, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 85.

Harding, Robert Weld '39, obituary, Summer '82, p. 73.

Hardison, O. B. Jr. Successor to Louis B. Wright at Folger. XXI: 4-13.
      The Folger Shakespeare Library. XXIII: 2-33.
      article on his death, Winter 1990, p. 5.
      Folger Shakespeare Library, Summer '78. p. 13.
      Speaker at Commencement, Summer '80, p. 4.
      Received honorary degree, Summer '80, p. 11.
      Resigning as Director of the Folger Shakespeare Library, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 4-5.

Hardy, Donald Egbert '16, obituary, June '80, p. 74.

Hardy, Edward Keasbey, Jr. '29, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 43.

Hardy, Francis Alonzo II '38, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 83.

Hardy, Michael A. '75, obituary, Spring '83, p. 52.

Hardy, Paul W. '14, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 34.

Harford, Carl Gayler '28, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 53.

Harg, Donald A. Mac '38, death notice, Fall 1999, p. 76.

Harkness, Robert Whitman '57, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 54.

Harlan Fiske Stone as Civil Libertarian. Walter Gellhorn. XXVII: 1-16.

Harlan Fiske Stone: Pillar of the Law. Alpheus Thomas Mason. (Walter Gellhorn) IX: 3-29.

Harlem Visitors. XI: 3-22

Harmony Indications with the Chord Compass. John H. Bradner. XXVII: 3-31.

Harms, Tekla A., NSF awards grant to college to support her project, Fall 1995, p. 8.
      Received grant, Fall 1996, p. 11.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 8.
      article on, Winter 1987, p. 6.
      Received grants from NSF and the Petroleum Research Fund, Fall 1990, p. 6.
      Included in article on science equipment, Spring 1992, p. 20.

Harold Wade, Jr. Memorial Fund, established, Fall 1976, p. 4.

Harper, Robert Aylmer '29, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 67.

Harriman, Ed '65, book received, Fall 1989, p. 32.

Harrington, John Madison Sr. '31, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 94.

Harrington, Richard D. "Hog" '70, Summer 2003, p. 97.

Harris, Barbara C., awarded honorary degree, Fall 1989, p. 7.

Harris, Donald Morrison '32, obituary, Fall 1996, p. 78.

Harris, Edward Wesley, Jr. '31, obituary, Fall '78, p. 66.

Harris, Isaac Anthony '73, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 89.

Harris, J. Edward C. '56, letter from, Summer 2001, p. 38.

Harris, John Downey '34, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 44.

Harris, John Rockwell '65, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 49.

Harris, Joseph Hoskins '30, obituary, Fall 1984.

Harris, Joseph M. (Mac) Jr. '56, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 122.

Harris, Julie, letter from, Winter 1977, p. 29.
      "The Belle of Amherst," (photograph of), Summer '77, p. 30.
      Received Medal for Eminent Service, (photograph of), Fall '80, p. 2.
      portrayed Emily Dickinson as The Belle of Amherst, Fall 1976, p. 9.

Harris, Milton Ettinger '27, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 58.

Harris, Walter Chapin '45, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 57.

Harris, William E. "Buckey" '52, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 56.

Harrison, Edward Woodberry '36, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 39.

Harrison, Hall Edward '61, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 64.

Harrison, Thurston '33, obituary, Summer 1985, p. 31.

Harrison, Wayne Thomas '29, obituary, Summer '82, p. 70.

Harroun, Bryant Mower '35, obituary, Winter ‘79, p. 90.

Harsanyi, Zsolt '65, book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.

Harstedt, George W. Jr. '44, notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.

Hart, Allen L faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 11.
      "What They Are Reading” Fall 1999, p. 38.
      Article featured in Science Times section of New York Times, Fall 2000, p. 8.

Hart, Donald R. Jr. '40, letter from, Spring 1991, p. 38.
      letter from, Spring 2001, p. 40.
      Europe in Your Car: A Planned Trip within Your Budget. V: 4-161.
      Europe by Car. Second revised edition. X: 1-29.
      Europe by Car. XIII: 3-34.

Hart, Francis E., obituary, Summer 1976, p. 72.

Hart, Hiram Schuyler '30 Obituary XXVIII: 1-71.

Hart, Hubert '24. I Remember Robert Frost. XXIII: 2-10.

Hart, Hubert Nichols '25, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 43.

Hart, James S. '39, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 52.

Hart, Kitty Carlisle, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1986, p. 15.

Hart, William E. '69, and career internship program, (photograph of), Summer '82, p. 7.
      Book review by, Summer '82, p. 31.

Harten, Hugh MacGregor '29, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 44.

Hartford, Kathleen J., honored during A.C. Women's Week, Spring '81, p. 31.

Hartigan, Albert Gladding '44, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 50.

Hartman, Wilbur L. '52, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 99.

Hartwell, Shattuck W., Jr., M.D. '50, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 24.

Hartzler, Joseph H. '72, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1998, p. 10.
      Article by, on "Lessons Learned at Amherst," Winter 1999, p. 16.

Harvard Advocate Centennial Anthology. Jonathan D. Culler, editor. XVIII: 4-31.

Harvey, Bartlett '42, letter from, Summer 2002, p. 43.

Harvey, Carroll Sherlock Jr. '54, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 103.

Harvey, James G. '56, Campaign for Amherst dinner, (photograph of), Fall '80, p. 5.

Harvey, James Stuart '28, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 58.

Harvey, Marjorie, article by, Winter '79, p. 6.

Harwood, Donald Holden '42, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 66.

Hashimite Kingdom of Jordan, The. Talcott W. Seelye. X: 1-16.

Hastie, Judge William H. '25. Retires as Chief Judge U.S. Superior Court. XXIV: 1-26.
      Honored. XXVII: 3-5;
      Retires from the Board XXVIII: 3-1;
      Obituary XXVIII: 4-10.
      oil portrait of unveiled in Johnson Chapel, Spring 1994, p. 8.
      Memorial Award for Outstanding Achievement, presented to first recipient, Winter '83, p. 7.
      elected life member Trustee. XXI: 1-26.
      II:103
      Professorship, Summer 1986, p. 3.

Hastings, Ned '38, letter from, Spring 2003, p. 38.

Hatch, Charles Usher '05, obituary, Spring '78, p. 59.

Hatch, James Phillips '26, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 52.

Hatch, Peter '44, letter from, Spring 1995, p. 40.
      Notice of death, Summer 2002, p. 89.
      Obituary, Summer 2002, p. 97.

Hatfield, Philip Mitchell '60, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 92.

Hatheway, Harvey H. '37, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 75.

Hatton, Edward Henry '39, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 74.

Hatton, Edward Henry Jr. '69, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 72.

Hauss, Donald Sherman M.D. '45, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 50.

Have students changed? - Some professors' opinions. XIII: 4-46.

Haven, Robert M. '51. Look at Us, Lord. XXII: 1-36.

Haven, Stephen '79, book received, Summer 1994, p. 45.
      Book received, Summer 2004, p. 37.

Havens, Fred R. '44, obituary, Spring 2003, p. 86.

Havens, George Remington '13, obituary, Winter '78, p. 84.
      The Age of Ideas: from Reaction to Revolution in Eighteenth-Century France. VIII: 1-32.
      Festschrift for. XXVIII: 1-28.

Haverstick, John M. '41. The Progress of the Protestant, A Pictorial History from the Early Reformers to Present-Day Ecumenism. XXI: 1-34.
      The Progress of the Protestant: A Pictorial History. XX: 4-41.

Havighurst, Alfred F. Retires. XXIII: 1-23.
      Twentieth Century Britain. XV: 2-37.
      article on his death, Spring 1991, p. 8.
      Summer '77, p. 28.
      Book is reviewed, Winter '80, p. 29.

Havighurst, Bruce James '59, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 49.

Hawaii. Kaiulani: Crown Princess of Hawaii. Nancy and Jean Francis Webb. XV: 1-30.

Hawaiian Islands, The: From Monarchy to Democracy. Nancy and Jean Francis Webb. IX: 1-31.

Hawke, David Freeman '45, book is reviewed, Spring '81, p. 29.
      book is reviewed, Summer 1976, p. 30.
      obituary, Fall 1999, p. 79.
      Paine. XXVII: 2-23.

Hawkes, Franklin Powers '17, obituary, Summer '81, p. 70.

Hawkey, Richard Stevenson '35, obituary, Spring 1988, p. 41.

Hawkins, Harman '41, obituary, Spring 2003, p. 85.

Hawkins, Hugh D. Edward Jones, 1826: First American Negro College Graduate? XIV: 3-20.
      Pioneer: A History of the Johns Hopkins University, 1874-1889. XIV: 2-26.
      article by, Summer 1986, p. 8-11.
      To hold a Fulbright visiting lectureship at the University of Hamburg during a 1993-94 sabbatical, Fall 1993, p. 10.
      Book is reviewed, Fall 1993, p. 37.
      paragraph on his recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 8.
      News of his activities, Fall 1996, p. 12.
      Tribute on his retirement, Summer 2000, p. 10.
      Summer '77, p. 3.
      Essay is published, Summer '81, p. 17.
      Awarded fellowship, Spring '82, p. 3.
      Article by, Spring '82, p. 8.
      ILS program, Summer '82, p. 19.
      Book review by, Fall '82, p. 34.
      article on XXVII: 3-10.

Hawkins, Robert Bruce '51, obituary, June '80, p. 79.

Hawley, Fred Horace. Obituary. XIV: 2-18.

Hawley, John Stratton '63, book is received, Fall 1988, p. 35.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 1994, p. 41.
      book is reviewed, Winter '82, p. 27.
      Book is reviewed, Summer '83, p. 68.
      Book is reviewed, Fall 1984, p. 27-28.
      book received, Fall 1995, p. 42.

Hay, Ernest Crawford '10, obituary, Summer '78, p. 67.

Hay, George B. '46. Appointed Assistant to the Comptroller. V: 2-58.

Haydel, Auban '98, author of The Fairest College? Twenty Years of Women at Amherst, Spring 1997, p. 4.

Hayden, Aaron, article on, Spring 1994, p. 24.

Hayden, Richard Hamilton '45, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 73.

Haydn, Hiram '28. Obituary. XXVI: 3-20.
      (The Counter-Renaissance.) II:199
      Report from the Red Windmill. XX: 2-34.
      The Hands of Esau. XV: 1-30.

Haydn, Joseph, Eighteenth-Century Gentleman and Genius. Vernon Gotwals. XV: 4-25.

Hayes, Maurice B. '33, death notice, Spring 1997, p. 72.

Hayes, Melvin H. '43, notice of death, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.

Hayes, Samuel P. '31, included in article on The Cosmos Club, Summer 1986, p. 20.
      notice of death, Fall 2002, p. 85.
      An International Peace Corps: The Promise and Problems. XIV: 1-30.
      Heads Foreign Policy Association. XV: 2-23.
      -Joins Unesco. XII: 4-20

Hayes, William Danforth '31, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 48.
      Reunion Weekend, (photograph of), Summer '81, p. 7.

Hayford, James Hight '35, book is received, Fall 1988, p. 31.
      Book received, Spring 1990, p. 30.
      Book received, Spring 1993, p. 38.
      Obituary, Winter 1994, p. 64.
      author of book, Winter 1977 , p. 27.
      Book is reviewed, Winter '80, p. 26.
      Book is reviewed, Winter '83, p. 22.
      Book is received, Winter 1984, p. 33.

Hayford, James S. '35. Processional with Wheelbarrow. XXIII: 3-36.

Hayner, J. Clifford, M.D. '15, obituary, Spring '83, p. 46.

Haynes, Ulric '52, horsemanship, (photograph of), December '79, p. 54.
      Speaker during Alumni Weekend, (photograph of), Summer '82, p. 15-17.

Hays, Chris '96, book review by, Summer 1997, p. 36.
      Book review by, Fall 1998, p. 32.

Hays, George E. '80, fraternities end sex discrimination, June '80, p. 2.

Hays, John P. '78, letter from, Winter '83, p. 26.

Haywood, Richard Mowbray '54, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 96.

Hazards of Success, The. Calvin H. Plimpton. XVIII: 2-12.

Hazelton, Roger '31, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 54.
      On Proving God. V: 3-119.
      (Renewing the Mind.) II:116
      A Theological Approach to Art. XX: 4-37.
      Blaise Pascal: The Genius of His Thought: XXVIII: 1-28.
      Christ and Ourselves: A Clue to Christian Life Today. XVIII: 1-41.
      Editor. Existentialism and Reliftious Belief. XII: 3-24
      New Accents in Contemporary Theology. XIV: 1-30.
      God’s Way with Man: Variations on the Theme of Providence. IX: 3-28.

Hazen, Donald Robert M.D. '29, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 58.

Hazen, Edward Gates '28, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 42.

Hazen, James Robert '65, obituary, Summer 1992, p. 53.

Hazen, Linn M. '33, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 62.
      Campaign for Amherst dinner, Fall '80, p. 2.

Hazlett, Samuel R. '54, death notice, Winter 1998, p. 67.

Head, Louis '45, book received, Summer 2002, p. 37.

Headley, James Giffen '32, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 73.

Heald, George Edgar '27, obituary, Fall '77, p. 62.

Heald, John Tower '42, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 78.

Heald, Robert Thayer '50, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 66.

Health Services, The White Coattail, Fall '78, p. 13.
      Moves to new location, Spring 1985, p. 6.

Healy, Patrick '32. Cities Seek to Solve Urban Problems. XXI: 3-3.
      The Nation's Cities: Change and Challenge. XXVII: 3-30
      obituary, Summer 1992, p. 50.

Healy, William L. III, M.D. '74, letter from, Winter '81, p. 27.
      And career internship program. Summer '82, p. 7.
      Letter from, Winter '83, p. 26.

Heaphy, John David '45, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 85.

Heard, Carlton Farrar '21 Obituary XXVII: 4-58.

Heard, Mr. and Mrs. J. Garrett IV '72, in ad for Johnson Chapel Associate Profile, Summer 1998, inside back cover.

Heath, Roy. The Reasonable Adventurer. XVI: 4-27.
      The Reasonable Adventurer: A Study of the Development of 36 Graduates at Princeton. XVII: 1-44.

Heath, William '51. Article on his death, Winter 1994, p. 5.
      Wordsworth and Coleridge: A Study of their Literary Relations in 1801-1802. XXIII: 3-36.
      appointed to L. Stanton Williams Professorship, Spring 1991, p. 12.
      Obituary, Winter 1994, p. 69.
      Coeducation--A Faculty View. XXII: 3-6.
      guest speaker at Prof. Craig's retirement party, Fall 1985. p. 3.
      Tribute to G. Armour Craig, Fall 1985, p. 4-5.
      New dean of freshmen, Fall 1985, p. 8.
      Elizabeth Bowen, An Introduction to Her Novels. XIV: 3-31.
      Elizabeth Bowen, An Introduction to Her Novels. XV: 1-31.

Heavens Above, The: A Rationale of Astronomy. (J. B. Sidgwick. American edition prepared by Warren K. Green.) IV: 20

Heavens, Howard Joseph '16, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 42.

Hebert, Edouard Felix, Jr. '32, obituary, Fall '80, p. 61.

Hechinger, Fred M. (Amherst Experiment Comes of Age.) IV: 5
      Four articles on the Amherst Curriculum (reprinted from N. Y. Herald-Tribune.) VIII: 2-6.
      The Big Red Schoolhouse. XI: 4-29

Hechler, Charles H. '37, obituary, Winter 1996, p. 76.

Hecht, George T. '35, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 65.

Heck, Stanley '32, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.

Hecker, George Sprake '43, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 96.

Hecker, Gilbert Cox '80, obituary, Summer 1992, p. 55.

Heckler, Sydney Baer '35, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 52.

Hedberg, Kim '80, graduate fellow in the Pratt Museum. Summer '83, p. 20.

Hedges, Harold Noel Jr. '46, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 82.

Heffernan, Thomas F. II '54, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 100.

Heidenreich, Brooke '94, book review by, Spring 1996, p. 33.

Heidrich, Robert H. Obituary. XXV: 2-·19.
      Retires. XXIII: 1-23.
      The Summer with B & G. V: 2-51.

Heim, S. Mark '72, book received, Winter 2001, p. 41.

Heinlein, David A. '69, book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.
      book received, Winter 1998, p. 35.
      book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.

Heinrich, Lawrence William, Jr. '53. obituary, December '79, p. 72.

Heise, John Casey '27, obituary, Summer '78, p. 69.

Heise, William Casey '24, obituary, Winter '80, p. 93.

Heisey, Thomas Clarence Jr. '40, obituary, Spring 1988, p. 43.

Heisler, Charles Cornelius '44, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 46.

Heisler, Michele '83, awarded Watson Fellowship, Spring '83, p. 7.

Heitman, Kristin '82, Mellon Fellow in the Humanities, Fall 1985, p. 9.

Hell of It, The. Stephen Cole (Rev. Gale D. Webbe). (P. S.) XIII: 1-25.

Hellebush, John Clemens '45, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 86.

Hells and Benefits. Benjamin DeMott. XV: 2-37.

Helmreich, Jonathan E. '58, book is received, Summer 1976, p. 33.
      Book is reviewed, Fall 1976, p. 28.
      book listed, Spring 1987, p. 24.
      book received, Fall 2001, p. 36.

Helmrich, Paul C. From Paris to Sevres. XXVII: 2-25.

Hemenway, Richard M. '32, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 92.

Hemingway, Edward Dwight '28, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 51.

Heminway, Ernest. Ernest Heminway: A Reconsideration. Philip Young. XIX: 1-39.

Hemley, Arnold Samuel '31, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 48.

Hemley, Cecil. The Experience. XII: 4-26
      The Experience. XIII: 1-26.

Hemmehurst, Fall 1993, p. 23.

Hemphill, Alexander Julian II '35, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 44.

Hemphill, Franklin H. '38, obituary, Fa111996, p. 79.

Henderson, Charles McArthur '31, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 114.

Hendricks, Geoffrey '53, article on, Spring 2000, p. 7.

Hendricks, Walter '17, obituary, December '79, p. 66.

Hendrickson, Edmond Hurd '19, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 68.

Hendrie, Jonathan Arthur '28, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 60.

Hengesch, Ferdinand John '28, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 47.

Henke, Harry III '52, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 83.

Henkel, Oliver Carl '29 Obituary XXVIII: 3-86.

Henkin, Shepard Paul '35, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 43.
      (Opportunities in Public Relations.) IV: 121

Henninger, Carl Edward '29, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 44.

Henry and Other Heroes: An Informal Memoir of High Dreams and Vanished Seasons. Ezra Bowen. XXVII: 2-23.

Henry, DeWitt '63, book he co-edited received, Winter 1999, p. 40.
      Book he edited is reviewed, Summer 1999, p. 41.
      Book he edited received, Spring 2001, p. 37.
      Book received, Winter 2002, p. 31.
      book is reviewed, June '79, p. 22.
      Book is reviewed, Fall 1985, p. 30.
      founder-editor of 'Ploughshares'. XXVI: 1-27.

Henry, Eric '72, book is reviewed, Spring '81, p. 30.

Henry, John Albert '24, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 52.

Henshaw, Lewis J. (The Student Lamp.) IV: 102

Hensler, Arthur C. Jr. '39, Summer 2003, p. 92.

Hensler, Arthur Charles III '79, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 70.

Herbst, John Clifford Jr. '48, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 86.

Herlands, Louis, Copeland Fellow, (photograph of, p. 15), Spring '83, p. 14.

Herman, Samuel G. '28, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 51.

Hernandez, Jose Luis '35, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 50.

Hernandez-Martin, Alvaro '57, obituary, Winter 1996, p. 81.

Hero and Saint: Shakespeare and the Graeco-Roman Heroic Tradition. Reuben A. Brower. XXIV: 2-29.

Heron, S. D. Co-author. (Development of Aircraft Engines and Fuels.) II:151

Herr, Turner Moyer '32, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 44.

Herrick, Newton Jehiel Jr. '26, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 46.

Herrschoft, Coleman P. '15, obituary, Spring '83, p. 46.

Hersh, Charles Austin '44, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 79.

Hersh, Stephen P., M.D. '62, letter from, Winter 1988, p. 32.

Hertz, Neil H. Co-author. (American Studies: A Course on Trial.) IV: 51

Hertzberg, Jared '98E, included in article on research students, Fall 1997, p. 18.

Hertzfeld, Kurt M. Appointed new treasurer. XX: 2-1, 5-19.
      elected to the Board of Trustees of the ETS, Summer '80, p. 7.
      Energy Fund, Winter '81, p. 2.
      Appointed Treasurer Emeritus, (photograph of), Winter '81, p. 5.
      Investment strategy, Spring '83, p. 2.

Herzog, John D. (A Senior's View.) IV: 55
      A Future in the Public Schools. X: 3-12.
      Research and Development for Education. XVIII: 3-19.

Heselton, Henry '22, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 49.

Hettich, Arthur Matthias '49, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 86.

Heuer, David Allan '56, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 68.

Hewitt, Eric John ' 27 Obituary XXVII: 4-59.

Hewitt, Leah D., paragraph on her recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 8.
      received fellowship, Fall 1987, p. 6.
      Book she authored is published, Fall 1991, p. 5.

Hewitt, Robert Winfield Sr. '40, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 49.

Hewitt, William Henry Jr. '33, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 49.

Hewlett, Horace Wilson "Bud" '36, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 4.
      Obituary, Spring 2001, p. 90.
      Fall '77, p. 3.
      Charles Woolsey Cole '27, Winter '78, p. 3.
      Commencement, Summer '78, p. 7.
      Received honorary degree, Summer '78, p. 18.
      Book review by, Fall '78, p. 36.
      Book review by, June '79, p. 31.
      Summer '79, p. 25.
      Article by, Spring '81, p. 4.
      editor. In Other Words: Amherst in Prose and Verse. XVII: 2-36.
      letter from, Summer 1976, p. 33.

Hewlett-Mellon Presidential Discretionary Fund, Winter 1985, p. 8.

Hewlett-Packard Company, college receives University Equipment Grant from, Fall 1993, p. 9.

Hexter, William M., recognition of retirement, Summer 1997, p. 8.
      Spring '78, p. 9.
      book is reviewed, Summer 1976, p. 32.

Hibbard, Thomas '69. Delancey Street: Twenty-five Poems. XXVIII: 3-31.
      book received, Winter 1998, p. 35.

Hickey, John Bartholomew, Jr. '35, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 47.

Hickey, Thomas Richard '49, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 65.

Hickox, Sheldon Bryan, Jr. '29, obituary, June '79, p. 62.

Hicks, Everett Milton '29, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 66.
      Career Conference Chairman. IX: 2-24.
      New trustee. XVI: 1-22.

Hidden Strength Within, The. Inaugural Address of Calvin Hastings Plimpton. XIII: 3-4.

Higginbotham, A. Leon, Jr., received honorary degree, Summer '79, p. 12.
      Houston Forum, (photograph of), June '80, p. 6.

Higginbottom, Henry Cody '37, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 45.

Higginbottom, Sam. (Sam Higginbottom: Farmer.) II:114

Higgins, Andrew Wilfred '34, obituary, Fall '81, p. 70.

Higgins, Edwin Carlton Jr. '50, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 94.

Higgins, Richard Cyril '54, obituary, Summer '80, p. 65.

Higgins, Russell W. '36, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 74.

High Commissioner for Germany. (John J. McCloy.) II:16

High Cost of Living, The. XXV: 3-1.

High Green and The Bark Peelers. (Roben M. Neal.) III: 65

Higher Education Research Institute in L.A., conducted survey on undergraduate institutions, Winter '82, p. 5.

Higher Education, National Campaign for. IX: 4-25.

Higher Education. The Changing World of Higher Education. XVIII: 4-32.

Higher Level of Dullness, A? John W. Atherton. XVI: 1-7.

High-Speed Computing Devices. (Edited by William W. Stiller, Jr.) IV: 19

Hight, Hanford Zorn '29, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 44.

Higuchi, Hideo, Japanese Educational Program, Summer '79, p. 18.

Hilborn, Prof. Robert C., book is published, elected vice-president of The American Association of Physics Teachers, Fall 1994, p. 6.
      Paragraph on his recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 8.
      News of his activities, Fall 1996, p. 12.
      News of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 6.
      Becomes associate dean of the faculty, Fall 2000, p. 8.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 7.
      "What They Are Reading” Winter 2002, p. 33.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 8.
      received NSF award, Fall 1990, p. 6.
      Included in article on science equipment, Spring 1992, p. 22.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 1994, p. 37.

Hildreth, Samuel G. '30, obituary, Fall '77, p. 62.

Hill, Benjamin T. '45, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 54.

Hill, Charles A. Jr. '39, obituary, Summer 2003, p. 92.

Hill, Fred '67, Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Fall 2002, inside back cover.

Hill, George Alfred Jr. '42, obituary, Fall 1984.

Hill, Ian C. '57, notice of death, Spring 2003, p. 82.

Hill, James W. Slow Afoot, Fast of Quip. XI: 3-12

Hill, James William Jr. '25, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 70.

Hill, John A. '25. Obituary. XXVI: 3-19.
      (Report on the Alumni Fund for 1949) II:53
      Elected Alumni Trustee. XII: 11-20
      New trustee. XVII: 1-32.

Hill, Melville C. Jr. '45, letter from, Spring 1997, p. 39.

Hill, Robert Alexander '18, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 41.

Hill, Robert J. '30, notice of death, Fall 2000, p. 88.

Hill, Susan, joined Counseling Center, Fall 1986, p. 28.

Hill, William Ritchie Jr. '33, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 65.

Hills, John Henry '31, obituary, Fall '80, p. 60.

Hilton, Hiram David '35, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 55.

Himmelstein, Jerome L., awarded trustee faculty fellowship, Fall 1987, p. 6.
      Included in article on "The New Right in America," Summer 1990, p. 18.
      book is received, Summer 1997, p. 44.
      Interviewed by Wisconsin Public Radio concerning his recent book, Fall 1998, p. 10.
      Book receives award, Fall 2000, p. 9.
      paper is delivered, Winter 1984, p. 23.
      Awarded Trustee Faculty Fellowship, Fall 1985, p. 24.

Himschott, Miriam '99, article by, on ethnic cuisine and culture, Winter 1996, p. 8.
      Article by, on Vanessa Fong '96, Summer 1996, p. 11.
      Article by, on the Amherst Christian Fellowship, Spring 1998, p. 22.

Hinchliffe, George F. '37, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 68.

Hinckley, Charles Theodore '43, obituary, Summer '81, p. 74.

Hinckley, Colonel George M. '34, Amherst Life Income Gifts ad, Winter 1996, inside back cover.
      Obituary, Fall 2001, p. 87.

Hinds, Alfred Boyd Jr. '61, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 48.

Hines, Charles John '30, obituary, Fall '82, p. 71.

Hinman, George '17, obituary, Spring '81, p. 59.

Hinojosa, Christian '00, article on, Winter 2000, p. 8.

Hinrichs, Walter E. '55, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 101.

Hirata, Madeline '83E, included in article on alumni advisors on admission, Winter 1988, p. 17.

Hirsch, Alan '81, book received, Spring 1998, p. 40.

Hirschman, Albert 0., awarded honorary degree, Summer 2004, p. 3.

Hirsh, Jonathan M. '86, graduate associate and choral assistant in music, Fall 1986, p.28.

History of Frisbee, The. William G. Sayres '53. XXVIII: 4-29.

History of Italian Literature, A.  Ernest Hatch Wilkins. VII: 1-29.

History of Science in the Liberal Arts College, The. Harold Fruchtbaum. XVIII: 1-20.

History of the Endowment of Amherst College. (Stanley King.) III: 20

History of the Hudson's Bay Company Post at Little Current, Ontario. Frank A. Myers. XIII: 3-34.

History Project. Designed to improve teaching of American history. XVIII: 1-32.

History. Teaching Experiments. X: 1-28.

Hitchcock House, Fall 1984, p. 3-4.

Hitchcock, Edward "Doc", 1849, article on, Fall 1991, p. 14.
      "Phrenological Description" of in College Archives, Spring 1992, p. 7.

Hitchcock, Edward B. '49, letter from, Fall 1994, p. 42.

Hitchcock, John Thayer '39, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 92.
      letter from, Winter '80, p. 26.

Hitchens, A. Parker. Co-author. (Bergey's Manual of Determinative Bacteriology.) II:114

Hixon, David '75, what he's been reading this summer, Summer 2003, p. 35.
      new coach of basketball, Spring 1977, p. 26.

HMC Activity. VI: 4-15.

Hobbs, Field Howard '50, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 66.

Hockey Arena. XVII: 4-22.

Hockey Game Benefit. XII: 2-13

Hodgen, Robert T. '54, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 122.

Hodges, Charles Bowen '23, obituary, Winter '82, p. 69.

Hodson, Jack '70, letter from, Fall 1986, p. 36.

Hoffman, Allen E., operations manager in Administrative Computer Center, Summer '83, p. 20.

Hoffman, Amzi F. '16, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 48.

Hoffman, Jeffrey Alan '66, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1999, p. 10.
      Astronaut Corps., Winter '78, p. 9.
      Article on, "The first alumnus to leave the earth," Summer 1984, p. 6-13.
      "An Amherst Astronomer in Space," Winter 1985, p. 7.
      book review by, Fall 1988, p. 30.
      Photo of, making repairs to Hubble telescope, Winter 1994, p. 7.

Hoffman, Schuyler Van Vechten III '38, obituary, Spring 1988, p. 42.

Hoge, Thomas Arista '35, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 43.

Hoke, Martin '73, article on, Summer 1993, p. 19.

Hokkaido University. IX: 4-20.

Holcombe, Oscar J. '49, obituary, Summer 2003, p. 96.

Holden, Henry Parker '27, obituary, Summer '82, p. 70.

Holden, Roger Cramer '19. Obituary. XXI: 2-16.

Holdsworth, William C. '42. Illustrator for Bugaboo Bill. XXIII: 3-36.
      Illustrator The Gingerbread Boy. XXI: 2-25.
      Illustrator The Woman Who Lived in Holland. XXV: 4-20.

Holland, Laurence B., editor. Who Designs America? Princeton Studies in American Civilization, No.6. XIX: 2-41.

Holland, Sidney Griffin '32, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 91.

Holleran, Tracy, news of her activities, Fall 1997, p. 6.

Holley, L B. Jr., '40, letter from, Fall 1999, p. 43.
      letter from, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 65.
      letter from, Summer 1993, p. 46.

Hollingsworth, Cristopher '88, book received, Spring 2002, p. 34.

Hollister, Carroll M. '22, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 29.

Hollister, Thomas J. '77, class day talks, Summer '77, p. 13.

Hollister, Thomas J., letter from, Spring 1990, p. 32.

Holloway, Robert Ross '56, received honorary degree at Commencement, Summer 1976, p. 7.
      letter from, Spring '82, p. 25.
      Letter from, Fall 1984, p. 29-30.

Holmes, David Lawrence '76, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 99.

Holmes, Donald B. '50, book is reviewed, Winter '83, p. 22.

Holmes, Donald Fletcher '31, obituary, Winter '81, p. 61.

Holmes, Gordon '27, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 47.

Holmes, Joseph Henry '30, obituary, Summer '82, p. 71.

Holmes, Peter O. '93, a poem by, Summer 1992, p. 31.
      Article by, on liturgical quilts in Chapin Chapel, Winter 1993, p. 6.

Holmes, Robert R. '59, letter from, Spring 2002, p. 39.

Holmes, Wesley E. C. '28, notice of death, Summer 2003, p. 89.

Holroyd, Benn S. Jr. '51, death notice, Spring 1996, p. 65.

Holt, Prof. Stanley C., received research grant, Summer 1976, p. 20.

Holtham, William Hall '28, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 42.

Holthausen, Duncan M. '37, notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.
      Society of the Alumni, Summer '77, p. 5.

Holton, Chandler Hausman '29, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 32.

Holton, Gerald. The Seven Images of Science. X: 3-2.

Holton, Isaac. New Granada: Twenty Months in the Andes. XX: 3-34.

Holway, Elliott Freeman '30, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 38.

Holyoke Project. Amherst and Mount Holyoke students tutoring school children. XVI: 3-17.

Home to Poland. Mrs. Christine (Hayden R. '30) Hotchkiss. XI: 1-23

Homecoming Week End, Invitation to. (Arthur F. Ells.) II:facing 51

Homecoming Weekend '82, letters about, Winter '83, p. 24.

Homecoming Weekend, Winter 1988, p. 6.

Homeless, article on, Spring 1988, p. 8.
      Article on, Spring 1989, p. 4.

Homer, John R. III '57, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 102.

Homer, John Robert Jr. '33, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 49.

Honor System. X: 3-19. XI: 1-14

Honorary Degrees. II:12; II:113; III: 11; 64; IV: 11; 62; V: 1-9, 20; VI: 1-6, 7, 22, 23; 2-17. VII: 1-15, 1-30, 2-23; VIII: 1-17, 1-19. IX: 1-19, 4-9; X: 1-8. XI: 1-12; XII: 1-16; XIII: 1-11, 14; XIV: 1-14. Citations. XV: 1-19; XVI: 1-16. Citations. XVII: 1-15; XVIII: 1-29. Citations. XIX: 1-10; XX: 1-14. Citations. XXI: 1-14; Special Issue: 13. Citations. XXIII: 1-9; XXIV: 1-14. Citations. XXV: 1-11; XXVI: 1-13. Citations XXVII: 1-6. XXVIII: 1-6.
      See John Neale. XI: 3-19
      Procedures for selection of recipients. XIX: 2-26.
      Citations for John Fitzgerald Kennedy and Archibald MacLeish. Special Issue, Fall 1963.

Honors at graduation, proposal to change criteria, Spring 1995, p. 2.

Honors program, article on, Fall 1992, p. 12.

Honors Projects. X: 4-15.

Honors system, faculty revises, Summer 2002, p. 2.

Honors, faculty changes system, Winter 1996, p. 2.

Hood, Donald '27, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 53.

Hood, George C. '07 Obituary XXVII: 1-56.

Hood, Louis '46, letter from, Fall 1976, p. 31.

Hooker, Edward W. '21, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 47.

Hooker, Herbert Moreton '27, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 41.

Hooks, Amy '91, article on, Winter 1990, p. 25.

Hooks, Benjamin Lawson, received honorary degree, Summer '78, p. 17.

Hooper, Claude E. '21. Obituary. VII: 3-7.

Hoover, George Gomez '48, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 49.

Hopkins, James Robert '35, obituary, Winter '78, p. 88.

Hopkins, Milton '30, obituary, Spring '83, p. 48.

Hopkins, Stephen Van Culen '43, obituary, Winter 1996, p. 79.

Hopkins, Stuart Whitmore '51, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 52.

Hopscotch, a new quarterly periodical focusing on Hispanic culture and politics, article on, Winter 1997, p. 2.

Horan, Elizabeth, article by, on Expedition to Esashi, Spring 1990, p. 18.

Horn, Herbert L. '36, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 74.

Hornbeck, Lyle W. '25, notice of death, p. 81.

Horne, Prentice Cross '41, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 77.

Horris, Michael L. '77, article by. June '80, p. 19.

Horst, Edwin A. '53, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 63.

Horst, John Detief '39 Obituary XXVIII: 4-60.

Horton, Franklin Porter, Jr. '31, obituary, Summer '81, p. 72.

Horton, Lawrence Maccoll '32, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 62.
      Meditations. X: 3-28.

Horton, Rod W. Backgrounds of American Literary Thought (with Herbert H. Edwards) V: 3-119.

Horvath, Peter Nicholas '38, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 51.

Horwitz, Robert Henry '49, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 24.
      Obituary, Winter 1987, p. 41.
      Civic Education in the United States: A Directory of Organizations. VIII: 2-22.
      book is reviewed, Spring '81, p. 29.
      and Alan P. Grimes, ed. Modern Political Ideologies. XII: 1-28, 3-24

Hosford, Ralph Norville '31, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 79.

Hosmer, John A. '46, letter from, Spring 2000, p. 37.
      Notice of death, Spring 2004, p. 111.

Hostetter, Amos B. Jr. '58, elected to the Board of Trustees, Fall 1989, p. 3.
      succeeds Charles R. Longsworth '51 as Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Winter 1998, inside front cover.

Hotchkiss, Hayden '30, obituary, Fall 1996, p. 77.

Hotchkiss, Mrs. Christine (Hayden R. ‘30). Home to Poland. XI: 1-23

Hotchkiss, W. Stewart '29, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 110.

Hough, Leonard Brainard '20, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 51.

Houghton, Augustus Sherrill '18, obituary, Summer 1985, p. 30.

Houghton, Franklin O. '43, letter from, Fall 1991, p. 39.

Houghton, Herbert Pierrepont. The Verb in Guipuzcoan Basque. IX: 1-32.

Houghton, James T. '40, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 100.

Houghton, Russell LaRoux '23, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 43.

Hound, At A Bay Horse, and a Turtledove: The Life of Thoreau for the Young Reader. James Playsted Wood. XVI: 3-31.

Hours in a Library. (Claude M. Fuess.) II:57

Houston, Charles Hamilton '15 Professorship in American Culture, Winter 1987, p.4.
      college honors, Spring '78, p. 12.
      Forum, June '80, p. 6.
      Forum, (photograph of), Summer '81, p. 9.

How the “tidal wave” evaporated – a fantasy. Eugene S. Wilson. X: 2-5.

How to Tell if Your Ads Will Sell (Calvert Lindquest.) III: 119

How to Use Color and Decorating Designs in the Home. (Howard Ketcham.) II:66

Howard Hughes Medical Institute, awarded grants to Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke, and Smith Colleges, Fall 1988, p. 7.
      College receives grant from to support students in science, Fall 1993, p. 2.

Howard, Donald James '74, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 89.

Howard, George Taylor '36, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 66.

Howard, Ken '66, "White Shadow coaches as alumni beat varsity," (photograph of, p. 25), Spring '81, p. 24.

Howard, Loretta '83, included in article New York Cares, Winter 1989; p. 10.

Howard, Norman Wrigley '32, obituary, Spring 1990, p. 46.

Howard, Robert '76, article on, Summer 1986, p. 27.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 1986, p. 29.
      Copeland Fellow, (photograph of, p. 15), Spring '83, p. 14.

Howard, Robert Johnson '45, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 47.

Howe, Dennett '30, notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.

Howe, Frederick Ely, '31, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 82.

Howe, Herbert David '30, obituary, Fall '81, p. 69.

Howe, John P. II '35, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 60.

Howe, Peter B., Death of. XI: 3-22.
      The Fabulous Unicorn. XII: 1-26

Howe, Robert Burnett '30, obituary, Winter '82, p. 70.

Howells and Italy. James L. Woodress. V: 2-63.

Howes, Carroll V. '22, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 49.

Howes, David R. (Rufus) '47, obituary, Spring 2003, p. 87.

Howes, John F. and Otis Cary. Japan's Modern Prophet: Uchimura Kanzo. XI: 2-23

Howkins, Thomas Heyward '45, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 80.

Howland, Allen Hathaway '42, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 91.

Howland, David F. Appointed Personnel Officer. XXI: 4-18.

Howland, John '33, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 44.

Howland, Willard Francis '25, obituary, Summer '77, p. 65.

Howley, Amy M. '86, Edward Hitchcock fellow in physical education, Fall 1986, p. 28.

Hoxie, Frederick E. '69, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1994, p. 7.
      Book is received, Spring 1996, p. 38.
      Book he edited is reviewed, Spring 1997, p. 36.
      New trustee, Summer 2001, p. 11.

Hoxsie, Kenneth '72. The Undergraduate Chair. XXIV: 2-22.

Hoyt, Dr. Creig '64, article by, on Paris-Brest-Paris 1975, Winter 1977, p. 14

Hoyt, Ralph Irving, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 38.

Hsu, Sam ' 66. Invents "Proof Lock". XXIII: 3-25.

Htoo, Mark S. '76, death notice, Fall 1996, p. 76.

Hubbard, Albert Crawford '32, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 70.

Hubbard, Charles Crow '26, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 37.

Hubbard, Crescens ‘00 Obituary XXVII: 3-87.

Hubbard, Crescens G. '36, death notice, Winter 1998, p. 67.

Hubbard, Dave '87, received the Ed Serues Award, Summer 1987, p. 28.

Hubbard, Earl W. '49, notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.
      book is reviewed, Winter ‘83. p. 21.

Hubbard, Edwin Schuyler '39, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 68.

Hubbard, Eugene Bartlett '41, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 49.

Hubbard, Hugh W. '08 Obituary XXVII: 4-56.

Hubbard, John '07, obituary, Spring '78, p. 29.

Hubbard, John Houghton. Elected to the National Football Foundation’s Hall of Fame. XVIII: 4-23.

Huber, David G. '58, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 73.

Huber, Robert Vandevere '39, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 92.

Hubert, Dick '60, letter from, Spring 1990, p. 32.
      letter from, Winter 1996, p. 39.
      Letter from, Spring 2002, p. 40.
      Letter from, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 44.
      Interviews Paul Rieckhoff '98, Summer 2004, p. 16.
      Alumni Fellow report. XXIII: 3-8.
      Television Journalism, Its Progress and Problems. XXI: 2-5.
      A New Way to Fund Public TV XXVIII: 1-24.

Hubert, Richard F. ‘60, wins trustee election, Summer '78, p. 15.
      Biography of, (photograph of), June '80, p. 13.
      Photograph of, Winter '83, p. 6.
      Campaign for Amherst dinner, Fall '80. p. 4.

Huberth, Jonathan '66, faculty honor, June '79, p. 15.

Huberth, Jonathan C. Mayo-Smith teaching fellow for current year. XIX: 2-28.

Huberth, Jonathan. The Student, 1966. Profile. XVIII: 3-17.

Hudson, Charles John '10, obituary, Winter '79, p. 86.

Huet, Marie-Helene J., named the Robert and Winifred Arms Professor in the Arts and Humanities, Winter 1995, p. 9.
      Paragraph on her recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 8.
      named William R Kenan, Jr., Professor, Fall 1987, p. 9.

Huey, Arthur S. '35, obituary, Summer 2003, p. 91.

Huey, George Othmar '34, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 73.

Huey, Michael '87, book he edited received, Summer 2002, p. 37.
      Book he edited received, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 42.

Huff, Ralph Henry '33, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 86.

Hughes, Carrie '99, included in article on campus tours, Summer 1999, p. 20.

Hughes, Edward F.X. '62, book is reviewed, Winter '81, p. 31.

Hughes, Henry Stuart '37, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 82.
      (An Essay for Our Times.) II:151
      Consciousness and Society: The Reorientation of European Social Thousht 1890-1930. XII: 1-26
      In Massachusetts Senate Race. XV: 2-22.
      The Obstructed Path: French Social Thought in the Years of Desperation, 1930-1960. XX: 3-29.
      The Sea Change: The Migration of Social Thought, 1930-1965. XXVII: 3-30.

Hughes, James W., awarded a Miner D. Crary Fellowship, Fall 1988, p. 12.

Hughes, Jeffrey M. '83, selected to play in the New England Collegiate All-Star Baseball Game, Summer '82, p. 23.

Hughes, John William '27, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 43.

Hughes, Stuart '37. ed. Teachers of History. Essays in Honor of Lawrence B. Packard. VII: 3-31.

Hughes, Walter C. '27, death notice, Fall 1996, p. 76.

Hughes, William Franklin Jr. '34, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 90.

Hulick, Charles Edwin Jr. '36, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 63.

Hull, Roger. President Mutual Life Insurance of New York. XII: 1-22

Hulse, Robert Vaughan '35, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 115.

Human Rights Seminar, Fall 1984, p. 14-16.

Human Side of Planning, The. David W. Ewing. XXII: 3-24.

Humana Foundation, gift from, honors trustee K. Frank Austen '50, Fall 1994, p. 3.

Humanities, The Plight of the. A Special Report. XVII: 4-33.

Humanities, The: Problems of Inquiry. XX: 1-2.

Humphrey, George Bowen Jr. '31, obituary, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 50.

Humphreys, R. Stephen '64, book received, Winter 2000, p. 35.

Humphries House, Fall 1984, p. 4.

Humphries, Rolfe '15. Contributor to Classics In Translation. V: 1-19.
      New Poems by American Poets (ed.). VI: 2-19.
      Lucretius: The Way Things Are. Translator. XXI: 4-25.
      Wolfville Yarns. Coeditor with John Humphries. XXI: 1-33.
      Obituary. XXII: 1-17.
      Coat on a Stick: Late Poems; Nine Thorny Thickets: Selected Poems of Dafydd ap Gwilym. XXII: 4-27.
      Poems, Collected and New. VII: 4-27.
      Ovid’s Metamorphoses. (translation). VIII: 1-32.
      Wins poetry prize. VIII: 3-6.
      Martial: Selected Epigrams. XVI: 3-31.
      (The Aeneid of Virgil. A verse translation.) III: 202
      Collected Poems of Rolfe Humphries. XVIII: 4-28.
      Retires. XVII: 4-5.
      Won’t quit at 71. Terras Irradient. XVIII: 4-inside front cover.
      For Walker Hall, 1870-1963. XV: 4-10.
      Verse to a Retiring Professor. (E. Dwight Salmon) XVI: 1-28.
      Green Armor on Green Ground. IX: 3-27.
      Joins Faculty. X: 1-26.
      New Poems by American Poets No. 2. X: 2-24.
      Ovid: The Loves, The Art of Beauty, The Remedies for Love and The Art of Love. Translated. X: 1-29.
      The Wind of Time II:65
      Ritornello. II:104
      (translator) The Satires of Juvenal. XII: 1-28, 3-23
      This Exhilirating Game XII: 1-10.
      Undera Cheever. XII: 1-19
      letters of, reviewed, Summer 1992, p. 36.

Hunt, Colleen A. '79, notice of death, Spring 2004, p. 111.

Hunt, George Pinney '39, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 53.

Hunt, James Zalmon Stevens '23, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 43.

Hunt, Margaret R, awarded summer research stipend by NEH, Fall 1988, p. 13.
      Received Trustee-Faculty Fellowship for 89-90, Summer 1989, p. 5.
      included in article on Five College Women's Studies Research Center, Spring 1995, p. 23.
      Article on women, Spring 1995, p. 25.
      Book is received, Winter 1997, p. 41.
      Awarded prize for book, Fall 1998, p. 10.
      "What They Are Reading," Winter 2001, p. 38.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 8.

Hunt, Matthew Kevin '00E, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 98.

Hunt, Priscilla, faculty honor, June '79, p. 16.

Hunt, Richard MacKay '28, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 75.

Hunt, Susan, "An Amherst Theater in Vermont," December '79, p. 26.

Hunt, William E. '43, notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Hunter, Clifford H. '23, notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Hunter, David W. '50, nominated chairman of the board of directors of the Securities Industry Association, Fall ,1976, p. 24.

Hunter, George Boyd '40, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 34.

Hunter, Larry R, appointed to the William R Kenan, Jr., Professorship for a three-year term, Fall 1994, p. 7.
      NSF awards grant to college to support his project, Fall 1995, p. 9.
      Included in article on research students, Fall 1997, p. 18.
      Receives grant from NSF, Fall 2000, p. 9.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 7.
      received grants, Fall 1985, p. 25.
      awarded grant, Fall 1986, p. 7.
      Awarded research fellowship from Sloan Foundation, Fall 1987, p. 6.
      Received grant from the National Science Foundation, Fall 1988, p. 13.
      Received funding for project, Summer 1989, p. 6.
      Received NSF grant, Fall 1990, p. 6.
      Received 1991 American Physical Society Award, Summer 1991, p. 8.
      NSF makes award to support project, Fall 1991, p. 5.
      Included in article on science equipment, Spring 1992, p. 20.
      Article on workshop he presented at the Children's Museum of Holyoke, Spring 1993, p. 6.
      College receives grant from the National Science Foundation to support project directed by, Fall 1993, p. 10.

Hunter, Matthew Scott '32, obituary, Fall '80, p. 61.

Hunter, Peter Crow '54, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 66.

Hunter, Robert W. '66, death notice, Fall 2001, p. 86.

Hunter, Scott '67, books listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.

Hunter, Thomas '63, book is reviewed, Spring '78, p. 37.

Hunting, Raymond Davis '12, obituary, June '79, p. 59.

Huppe, Bernard Felix '33, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 49.
      A Reading of the Canterbury Tales. XVII: 3-34.
      and Robertson, D. W., Jr. Fruyt and Cahf: Studies in Ohaucer's Allegories. XVI: 2-30.

Hurd, Willard Henry '36, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 37.

Hurlbert, Stuart Churchill '35, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 37.

Hurlbert, Stuart H. '61, letter from, Summer 1995, p. 38.

Hurlbut, Jesse Lyman '27, obituary, Spring '78, p. 61.

Hurlbutt, Ralph Benson, Jr. '38, obituary, Winter 1977, p. 84.

Hurley, Howard Edward '26, obituary, Summer '80, p. 62.

Hurricane of 1938, photo of and item on, Spring 2002, p. 27.

Hurst, John II '43, notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Husbands, Charles W. '61, letter from, Spring 1987, p. 29.
      Letter from, Winter 1986, p. 31.

Hutchens, Harold Williams '13, obituary, Summer '77, p. 64.

Hutchinson, David Lee '51, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 63.

Hutchinson, Frederick William '39, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 78.

Hutton, Lindsay Peter, Jr. '29, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 44.

Hybridist (Ralph W. Wheeler) XI: 2-21

Hyde, Henry. Letter re XII: 2-17

Hyde, James Winchester '39, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 48.

Hyland, Lanric '64, letter from, Fall 2001, p. 39.

Hymn to Amherst, A. Music Henry C. Mishkin. Words Janet B. Morgan. VIII: 2-17.

Hyun, Teresa '98, included in article on research students, Fall 1997, p. 18.

I Only Work Here : Five Decades of Poetry in Four Styles. Ernest M. Robson and Marion Robson.

I Remember Robert Frost. Hubert Hart. XXIII: 2-10.

I Travelled a Good Deal in Amherst. Gerald Warner Brace. XV: 3-2.

Iacobuzio, Theodore '76, letter from. Summer 1985, p. 31.

Ickler, John Lower '54, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 97.

Ideology and Power in the Age of Jackson. Edwin O. Rozwenc, editor. XVI: 3-31.

Ifilt Gwen, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1998, p. 11.

Ikushima, Joseph Kichizo '32, obituary, June '80, p. 77.

Iliad of Homer, The, translated by Alexander Pope. Reuben A. Brower and William H. Bond, editors. XVIII: 2-33.

Imagination and Power: A Study of Poetry on Public Themes. Thomas R. Edwards. XXIV: 2-29.

Immortal Husband, The. James I. Merrill. VII: 4-28.

In Defense of Reading. Edited by Reuben A. Brower and Richard Poirier. (Wylie Sypher) XV: 2-36.

In Memoriam: Buchenwald, 1945. (Geoffroy Atkinson.) II:103

In Other Words: Amherst in Prose and Verse. Horace W. Hewlett, editor. XVII: 2-36.

In Praise of Polygamy. Francis T. P. Plimpton. IX: 4-6.

In Search for Giants. Henry T. Yost, Jr. XVII: 2-17.

In the RAF for 27 Years--Then Amherst. XXIII: 3-24.

In the Sight of the Lord. Stephen F. Bayne, Jr. X: 4-20.

In the Teacher’s Chair. Poem. John Franklin Genung. IX: 2-16.

Inauguration of John William Ward. XXIV: 2-1, 2-20.

Inauguration, of JHG, Summer '79, p. 16.
      And other news of the College, December '79, p. 8.

Inaugurations and Convocations. XI: 3-15

Incas. Lords of Cuzoo: A History and Description of the Inca People in Their Last Days. Burr Cartwright Brundage. XX: 3-29.

Income, faculty, Spring '78, p. 5.

Incomparable Salesmen, The. Perrin Stryker. (Edward C. Bursk) XX: 2-35.

Independent Movement, The. (Lloyd G. Schermer.) II:2

Independent School Viewpoint. G. Grenville Benedict. XI: 4-13

Independent Schoolmaster. Claude M. Fuess. V: 3-118.

Independent Study at Amherst. XX: 2-2.

Independent Study. New Program instituted. XVIII: 4-16.

Independents, The. (Paul E. Bragdon.) II:3

India. The Aftermath of Revolt: India 1857-1870. Thomas R. Metcalf. XVII: 3-36.
      Literacy Village. Lucknow, India. Richmond Mayo-Smith. XVII: 4-6.

Individual Freedom and Governmental Restraints. Walter Gellhorn. (B.M.Z.) IX: 3-27.

Inflation, Summer '79, p. 28.
      Letter on, December '79, p. 34.

Influenza. X: 3-18.

Informality in College Life. XII: 1-18

Ingalls, George Lewis '35, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 93.
      Member, New York State Legislature. XVI: 1-21.

Ingalls, Jerome Merritt '25, Winter '80, p. 93.

Inglis, David Rittenhouse '28, article about, Winter '79, p. 6.
      Book is reviewed, Summer '79, p. 39.
      obituary, Spring 1996, p. 65.
      (Dynamic Principles of Mechanics.) II:66
      Nuclear Arms Control Aspirations and Frustrations. XXVI: 3-10.

Inglis, James '67, book review by, Summer 1985, p. 29.
      Book review by, Fall 1985, p. 30.

Ingraham, Robert George Jr. '41, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 45.

Ingredients of Art Collecting, The. James S. Schramm. XIV: 1-18.

Initial A. David Schubert. (James Hayford) XIV: 3-30.

Innovation and Achievement in the Public Interest: Essays in Honor of Edward W. Morehouse. Ward Morehouse and Nancy Morehouse Gordon, editors. XX: 1-31.

Insert - AAC XII: 4-insert after 29

Inside the Piano Bench. Herbert R. Coursen '54. XXVIII: 3-31.

Insley, Francis Henry '25, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 41.

Insley, Herbert '14, obituary, June '80, p. 73.

Intellectual Excellence. A Series of Papers on a Continuing Issue. XVI: 1-2.

Intellectuals or Automatics. Peter Schrag. X: 4-9.

Interactive Networks, Inc., awarded a contract by the college, Fall 1984, p. 7.

Interclass Sing. IV: 15

Intermediate Economic Analysis. W. Harrison Carter and William P. Snavely. XIII: 4-22.

International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation. Grants awarded. XVI: 4-23.

International Language of Music, The. Clifford Orent. XXII: 2-17.

International Peace Corps, An: The Promise and Problems. Samuel P. Hayes. XIV: 1-30.

International Relations Club. X: 3-19.

Internships, alumni sponsoring, Summer '83, p. 20.

Interpretation of Ambiguous Documents by International Administrative Tribunals. Alan H. Schecter. XVII: 1-44.

Interterm, 1991, p. 7.

Interterm, changes in, Summer 2000, p. 2.
      2003, article on, Winter 2003, p. 7.

Introduction to Advertising (6th ed.). Arthur J. Brewster, Herbert H. Palmer and Robert G. Ingraham. VI: 4-25.

Introduction to Calculus and Analytic Geometry. Robert Breusch. XXII: 2-35.

Introduction to College, An. "The Disclosure of Mystery". Richard M. Douglas, Dudley H. Towne, Leo Marx. XIII: 2-3.

Introduction to Geography. (Henry M. Kendall.) IV: 20

Introduction to Liberal Studies, new freshman courses, Spring '78, p. 21.
      New program, Fall '78, p. 10.

Introduction to Protozoology. Reginald D. Manwell. (H. H. Plough) XIV: 3-29.

Introduction to Religion. X: 2-9.

Introduction to Statistics for Business Decisions. Robert O. Schlaifer. XIV: 1-30.

Investigating Investigations. IV: 200

Investing in Japanese Securities: Profit and Protection for the Intelligent Investor. co-author, Norman Doelling. XXV: 2-25.

Investments, new strategy, Spring '83, p. 2-3.
      Two year test for policy, Fall 1985, p. 2-3.

Invitation from President Cole. II:facing 183

Ireland, Robert E. '51, received award from the American Chemical Society, Fall 1976, p. 19.

Ireys, John Wells '35, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 60.

Is Faith Obsolete? Robert McAfee Brown XXVII: 3-31.

Is God Alive? Lewis S. Mudge. (Richmond K. Greene) XVI: 4-33.

Is Industry Creating a New Breed of “Bonus Babies”? X: 2-15.

Is There a Way out of Educational Confusion? Gail Kennedy. V: 4-143.

Is There an End to the Cold War? Ford Foundation Research Report. George E. Peterson. Alvin K. Klevorick. David J. Silver. Robert M. Goldberg. XVI: 1-37.

Isenberg, Elliott '66, letter from, Summer '81, p. 32.

Israels, Carlon L., and Duff, George M., Jr., editors. When Corporations Go Public. XIV: 4-26.
      and Guttman, Egon. Modern Securities Transfers. XX: 2-34.

Israet Harold Louis '30, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 72.

It Montcalm Had Won at Quebec. Paul J. Archambault. XVII: 4-10.

Ittner, James L. '55, obituary, Fall 1984.

Ives, Philip T. '32, book is published, Fall 1987, p. 10.
      Article on his death, Fall 1992, p. 7.
      Obituary, Winter 1993, p. 61. 
      photo of his family at the dedication of the college's weather station, Spring 2002, p. 36.
      Research reports on genetic effects of radiation. XVI: 2-25.
      honored by WWLP, Summer '81, p. 16.

Ivimey, Theodore '17, obituary, Spring '83, p. 46.

Ivins, Molly T., awarded honorary degree, Summer 1994, p. 7.

Ivy League, article on its origin, Fall 2000, p. 5.

Ivy, Peter '43, letter from, Winter 2003, p. 40.

Izant, Robert J. Jr. '43, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 115.

Jackson, Aaron David '29, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 32.

Jackson, Benjamin Franklin '30, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 66.

Jackson, David '80, graduate fellow in music, Summer '80, p. 7.

Jackson, Gardner. Obituary. XVIII: 1-23.

Jackson, George A. '37, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 100.

Jackson, Jeffrey M. '69, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 123.

Jackson, Marsha, story on, Spring 1985, p. 10-11.

Jackson, Stefan, Mayo-Smith intern in admission, Spring '81, p. 6.

Jackson, Stephen M. '94, included in article on A Better Chance, Fall 1994, p. 20.

Jackson, The Rev. Jesse L., Jr., featured speaker at Martin Luther King Interfaith Service, Spring 1999, p. 3.

Jackson, William Newton Jr. '41, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 78.

Jacksonian Era, The. Glyndon G. VanDeusen. (Edwin C. Rozwenc) XI: 4-27

Jacob, Greg '96, included in article on student entrepreneurs, Fall 1994, p. 30.

Jacobs, Jerold L. '65, letter from, Spring 2004, p. 43.

Jacobson, Richard '69. Staff member at "The Sanctuary". XXIII: 3-30.

Jacoby, John B. '66, alumni assistant, Summer '79, p. 15.
      Promoted to associate alumni secretary, Fall '80, p. 10.

Jacopo Sadoleto 1477-1547: Humanist and Reformer. Richard M. Douglas. (Myron P. Gilmore) XII: 1-28

Jaffe, Andrew, included in article on Jazz Ensemble, Summer 1996, p. 8.

Jahangir, Asma, received honorary degree, Summer 2003, p. 4.

James and Stearns Hall, to be torn down and rebuilt, Winter 2002, p. 3.

James Dinner II:191

James Smithson and the Smithsonian Story. J. C. Long. (Harold Fruchtbaum) XIX: 3-38.

James, Leanna, article by, on the Residential Master Plan, Spring 2003, p. 7.
      Article by, on Pamela Krupman-Allyn '84, Summer 2003, p. 26.
      Article by, on First-Year Seminar class with Professors Zajonc and Upton, Spring 2004, p. 12.

James, Stephen D. ‘78, associate graduate fellow, Spring '78, p. 7.
      New administrator, Fall '78, p. 17.

Jameson Raid, article on, Spring 1996, p. 7.

Jameson, John Franklin '79. An Historians World: Selections from the Correspondence of John Franklin Jameson. VIII: 4-25.

Jameson, Samuel Haig '20, book is reviewed, Fall '80, p. 27.
      obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 44.

Jansen, Albert Tucker '34, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 36.

Jansen, Walter Hayn '39, obituary, Spring 1977, p. 64.

Japan, Amherst Association of. III: 142

Japan. Government and Local Power in Japan, 500 to 1700; A Study Based on Bizen Province. John Whitney Hall. XVIII: 4-28.

Japan’s Modern Prophet: Uchimura Kanzo. John F. Howes & Otis Cary. XI: 2-23

Japanese "friendship" garden, article on and photos of, Fall 2002, p. 2.

Japanese Buddhist art exhibition, Summer 1996, p. 8.

Japanese connections, Winter 1994, p. 5.

Japanese Stamp. (Kanzo.) IV: 4

Jarchow, Robert Bertram '44, obituary, Summer 1992, p. 52.

Jardine, Alexander James Jr. '50, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 69.

Jardine, Ralph Ramsay '31, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 48.

Jarrett, Julie Laurynn (Keith) '81, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 66.

Jarvis, Charlene Drew, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1994, p. 9.

Jarvis, Hugh Samuel '02, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 67.

Jason, Mark E., received grant, Summer '81, p. 16.
      Received grant, Spring '82, p. 3.

Jason, Robert Stewart, Jr. '59. obituary, Summer 1985, p. 34.

Jaster, Mark '77, mime piece by, June '79, p. 16.

Jauss, David P. '80, Edward Hitchcock Fellow in Physical Education, Summer '80, p. 7.
      article on, Spring 2000, p. 20.

Jayne, Harold Wallis '45, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 45.

Jazz Ensemble, article on, Summer 1996, p. 8.

Jefferds, Rev. Chester D. Costs and Financial Aids – 1855. IX: 3-16.

Jefferson Portrait by Gilbert Stuart. XII: 1-8

Jeffery Amherst Bookshop. Agent for college books. X: 2-23.

Jeffery Amherst, The Autobiography of, is reviewed, Summer 1976, p. 33.

Jeffrey Amherst Club. Organizes. V: 3-116.

Jeffrey, Charles S. '24, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 46.

Jeffries, Dr. John, article on notes he wrote during his balloon travels, Spring 1988, p.28.

Jelavich, Peter '75, book received, Summer 1994, p. 45.
      Book review by, Winter 2003, p. 33.

Jellison, Edward W. '48, letter from, Fall 1976, p. 30.

Jeltrup, Eric Stross ‘34, obituary, '78, p. 67.

Jenkins Hall, naming of, Summer ‘81, p. 5.

Jenkins, Bonnie, Black Alumni Weekend, Winter '81, p. 4.

Jenkins, C. Frederick '53, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 97.

Jenkins, Everett Jr. '75, book is received, Spring 1996, p. 38.

Jenkins, Harding B. '40, retired alumni business volunteer. Spring 1977, p.

Jenkins, J. Alan '24. A Space-Age Looks at Christian Beliefs.  XXII:  3-23. 

Jenkins, McKay '85, book received, Fall 1999, p. 40.
      Book received, Summer 2000, p. 41.
      Book received, Winter 2004, p. 38.

Jenkins, Perry '20 & Elizabeth, new dorm named, Summer '81, p. 5.

Jenkins, Perry Bissell '20, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 37.

Jenkins, Peter Pineo '32, obituary, Winter 1977, p. 83.

Jenkins, Phillip L. '45, notice of death, Summer 2002, p. 91.

Jenkins, Thomas Schaeffer '54, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 46.

Jennings, Peter, awarded honorary degree, Summer 2002, p. 8.

Jensen, Eric Alfred '44, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 80.

Jensen, Sarah Meeker '77. guest speaker at Prof. Craig's retirement party, Fall 1985. p. 3.

Jessup, Charles James '17. Obituary XXVIII: 1-70.

Jessup, Douglas '80, Mayo-Smith intern in admission, Summer '80, p. 7.

Jewett, C. Harvey '10, obituary, Fall '78, p. 64.

Jewett, Harold Ernest '14, obituary, Summer 1985, p. 30.

Jewett, Michael S., appointed director of the Administrative Computer Center, Summer '83. p. 20.

Jewett, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Jr. '34, Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Fall 2001, inside back cover.

Jewett, William A. Jr. '34, obituary, Spring 2003, p. 83.

Jewish Writer in America, The: Assimilation and Crisis of Identity. Allen Guttmann. XXIV: 2-30.

Jewitt, David Willard Pennock '43, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 101.

Jewitt, Robert Moore '48. Obituary XXVIII: l-Cover III.

JFK, reprint of speech he delivered as part of the groundbreaking ceremonies for the Robert Frost Library, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 20.

Jinishian, John '41, letter from, Spring 2004, p. 43.

Job Clinic. II:141

Jochnick, Chris '87, article on, Summer 1997, p. 27.

Joffee, Robert L. '68, death notice, Summer 1998, p. 82.

Joffray, Donald M., Jr. ’79, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 33.

Johansson, Edgar T. '41, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 69.

Johns Hopkins University, The. Pioneer: A History or the Johns Hopkins University, 1874-1889. Hugh D. Hawkins. XIV: 2-26.

Johns, Ira DeWitt '27, obituary, Fall '77, p. 62.

Johns, William F. Sr. '12, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 48.

Johnson Administration. E. Ernest Goldstein appointed special assistant to the President. XX: 2-27.

Johnson Chapel, graffiti in restroom, Spring 1995, p. 9.
      new portrait unveiled in, Spring 1994, p. 8.

Johnson, Al '39, letter from, Spring 1987, p. 32.

Johnson, Amy O., appointed dean, Summer '79, p. 16.
      retires, Summer 1992, p. 8.

Johnson, Arthur Cook '59, obituary, Fall 1998, p. 71.

Johnson, Brad '98, book he co-authored received, Fall 2002, p. 33.

Johnson, Bradford. Pulpits to the North. XXVII: 2-25.

Johnson, Bruce C. '56, notice of death, p. 81.

Johnson, Burges '99. Age Begins Where Youth Leaves Off. VIII: 4-13.

Johnson, Burges and Constance Wheeler. Present bench. IX: 4-17.

Johnson, Burges. New Rhyming Dictionary and Poet’s Handbook. Revised edition. X: 3-28.

Johnson, Burges. Obituary. XV: 4-17.

Johnson, Corbet Stephens Jr. '53, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 63.

Johnson, David S. '67 , book is reviewed, Spring '81, p. 30.

Johnson, Davis G. '41, book by, Winter 1990, p. 32.
      book review by, Fall 1994, p. 39. Book he co-authored received, Winter 2001, p. 40.
      books are received, Winter 1984, p. 33.
      Book review by. Summer 1985, p. 28-29.

Johnson, Donald F. '58, in Johnson Chapel Associate Profile, Summer 1999, inside back cover.

Johnson, Duncan ‘45, obituary, Winter '82, p. 72

Johnson, E. Patrick, presentation of paper, Fall 1996, p. 12.
      Awarded postdoctoral fellowship, Fall 1998, p. 10.

Johnson, Edward Eckley, Jr. ’32, obituary, Winter ‘78 , p. 87.

Johnson, Ernest A., Jr., book review by, Fall ’78, p. 37.
      Congresso de Literatura Iberoamericana, June '80 p. 8.

Johnson, Fenimore Thomas '40, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 48.

Johnson, Franklin III '28, notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Johnson, George R. Jr. '73, new trustee, Summer 1996, p. 6.
      presented Edward Jones ‘1826’ Memorial Award, Fall '82, p. 4.
      The Prize of the High Calling. XXVI: 1-16.

Johnson, Harold F. '18, obituary, Winter '82, p. 68

Johnson, Hayden B. '37, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 71.

Johnson, Herbert Gale. Obituary. XI: 4-2

Johnson, Homer H. Practicing law at ninety-four. IX: 1-21.

Johnson, J. Stanley,  Jr. ’60, obituary, Spring ’82, p. 64

Johnson, James Gibson II '31, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 53.
      book is reviewed, Spring '81, p. 29.

Johnson, John Brooks, Jr. '50 Obituary XXVIII: 3-88.

Johnson, Kirk '82, book is reviewed, Summer 1996, p. 44.

Johnson, Lawrence George '48, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 79.

Johnson, Leighton Foster Jr. '43, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 79.

Johnson, Norma J. Ph.D., book review by, Summer 1995, p. 36.
      Book review by, Fall 1996, p. 42.
      book review by, Fall 1987, p. 29.
      Book review by, Spring 1988, p. 26.

Johnson, Porteous Elmore '28, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 78.

Johnson, Robert Veiling '33, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 80.

Johnson, Steven B. '61, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 54.

Johnson, Stuart M. '64, letter from, Summer 1994, p. 47.

Johnson, Thomas Hope '20, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 74.
      letter from, June '80, p. 36.
      Article by, about nuclear terror, Spring 1984, p. 8-11 & 14.

Johnson, Thomas Lynn '42, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 53.

Johnson, Victor Samuel, Jr. '38, received honorary degree, Summer '78. p. 17.

Johnson, Walter '88, book is reviewed, Winter 2002, p. 30.

Johnson, Walter C. '74, letter by, Winter '78, p. 58.

Johnson, Walter L. '79, Mossman trophy, (photograph of), Summer '79, p. 35.

Johnson, Warren T. '37, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.
      Handwriting Is an Art. VIII: 2-12.

Johnson, William L. '69, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 70.

Johnson, William Summer '36, obituary, Winter 1996, p. 76.
      received award from the American Chemical Society, Fall 1976, p. 19.

Johnston, Henry T. '30, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 50.

Johnston, Porter Keach '42, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 61.

Johnston, Robert French '51, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 95.

Johnston, Robert Morrison '19, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 46.
      letter from, Summer '83, p. 75.

Jones, Chandler Tracy '17, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 53.

Jones, Charles E. '38, notice of death, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.

Jones, David Owen '54, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 123.

Jones, Dr. Howard, Jr. '31, article about, Winter '81, p. 8-11 & 32.

Jones, Edward, Class of 1826, article about, Spring '82, p. 8-11, and 25-27.
      Memorial Award presented, Fall '82, p. 4.

Jones, Georgeanna Seegar & Howard W., Jr. '31, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1986, p.12.

Jones, Harry Dickey '35, obituary, Spring 1977, p. 63.

Jones, Harry Fisher Jr. '38, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 51.

Jones, Jean Paul '37, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 91.

Jones, Kellie '81, article on, Summer 1990, p. 14.

Jones, Lee Warren '28, obituary. Fall 1985, p. 43.

Jones, Logan Oliver '39, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 68.

Jones, Morgan Vone, Jr. '29, obituary, Fall '82, p. 71.

Jones, Raymond W. '03 Obituary XXVII: 1-55.

Jones, Raymond Williams Jr. '49, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 99.

Jones, Richard Selden '44, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 87.

Jones, Richard Vernon '48, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 56.

Jones, Robert D. '52, Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Winter 1998, inside back cover.

Jones, Robert Edward '49, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 51.

Jones, Robert L. '71, alumni-varsity game, (photograph of, p. 24), Spring '81, p. 25.

Jones, Robert Terry '39, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 74.

Jones, Russell Gordon '67, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 87.

Jones, Ruth Owen, article by, on the Amherst Aero Club, Summer 1994, p. 28.
      Reported an item on air balloons, Summer 1995, p. 12.

Jones, Stephen E. '1853, article on how he traveled from Louisville, KY, to Amherst in the 1850s, Winter 1999, p. 7.

Jones, Sydney '29, obituary, Spring 1988, p. 40.

Jones, Thomas Evan Bruere '68, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 90.

Jones, Tom II '78, story on, Spring 1985, p. 10-11.

Jones, W. Bayard '31, notice of death, Spring 2001, p. 89.

Jones, Whitson McLean '33, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 45.

Jones, Wilbur Boardman '09, obituary, Fall '78, p. 64.

Jones. Edward, 1826: First American Negro College Graduate? Hugh D. Hawkins. XIV: 3-20.

Joos, Carl Frederick '25, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 34.

Joos, O. Robert '29, death notice, Fall 1997, p. 75.

Joosten, George Clegg '47, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 74.

Jordan, James J. Jr. '52, letter from, Summer 2000, p. 44.
      Obituary, Spring 2004, p. 120.
      alumni trustee, Summer '77, p. 6.
      Biography of, (photograph of), June '80, p. 14.
      Campaign for Amherst dinner, Fall '80, p. 4.

Jordan, John H. '50, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 100.

Jordan, Lloyd P. II:149; II:182

Jordan, Lloyd P., obituary, Spring 1990, p. 6.

Jordan, Robert Lloyd '45, obituary, Summer '80, p. 64.

Jordon, Lloyd, honorary ceremony for, Fall '78, p. 17.

Joseph B. Eastman: Servant of the People. (Claude Moore Fuess.) IV: 208

Joseph B. Eastman: Servant of the People. Claude Moore Fuess. V: 1-19.

Joseph Haydn, Eighteenth-Centurl Gentleman and Genius. Vernon Gotwals. (Henry G. Mishkin) XV: 4-25.

Joseph Pulitzer and the New York World. George I. Juergens. (Peter Schrag) XIX: 4-31.

Joseph, Steve L. '87, death notice, Winter 1996, p. 74.

Josephson. Paul, book review by, Fall '82, p. 32.

Joslin, Dick '64, Campaign for Amherst dinner, Fall '80, p. 4.

Joslin, Samuel Stewart Jr. '33, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 50.

Joslow, David, new innkeeper of the Lord Jeff, Winter 1986, p. 2.

Journalist. Herbert Brucker. Edited, with an introduction, by Charles W. Cole. (P. S.) XV: 3-32.

Journey Into Time. David Horton. XI: 2-23, 3-27, 4-28

Journey to the Missouri. (Toshikazu Kase.) III: 119

Joy, William John, obituary, Fall '78, p. 13.

Joys, J. Hartley '39, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 98.

Judicial Board.  XXI: 2-21. 

Judicial Decision, The. Richard A. Wasserstrom. (Joseph Epstein) XV: 4-25.

Judicial Decision, The. Richard A. Wasserstrom. XIV: 2-26.

Juels, Ari '91, won the Louis MacKay Prize for the best translation of a poem from the Latin, Summer 1992, p. 13.

Juergens, George I. Joseph Pulitzer and the New York World. XIX: 4-31.

June in St. Augustine. Peter Bancroft. (Accord and Dissent) XVII: 2-12.

Jung, Kurt.  On Teaching French.  XXI:  4-10. 

Junior year in India. Ernest D. Chu. XX: 3-11.

Juniper Palace, The. (Burr C. Brundage.) IV: 19

Junker, Howard '61, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.
      Article on, Summer 1989, p. 14.
      Letter from, Winter 1993, p. 37.

Junkin, John MacLean '30 Obituary XXVIII: 2-61.

Just, Highwarden '40, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 45.

Juster, F. Thomas. Economics Research. XI: 2-22

Kabatznick, Joel M. '62, death notice, Winter 1996, p. 74.

Kabayama, Aiske '89. Obituary. VI: 3-6.

Kaempf, Donald Harold '50, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 86.

Kahn, Michael A. '74, book is received, Fall 1988, p. 35.
      book received, Summer 1994, p. 45.
      Neuroscience at Amherst. XXVI: 2-4.

Kaiulani: Crown Princess of Hawaii. Nancy and Jean Francis Webb. (G. R. T.) XV: 1-30.

Kallet, Anthony '55, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 50.

Kallick, Jenny, news of, Fall 2001, p. 7.

Kalodner, David '79, "An Amherst Theater in Vermont," December '79, p. 27.

Kambour, George Constantine '29, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 42.

Kamin, Blair '79, book is reviewed, Winter 2004, p. 34.

Kaminer, Nina '81, translated and directed the play Medea, Summer '81. p. 1.

Kandarian, Paul E., article by, on Rob Elowitch '65, Summer 1998, p. 24.

Kane, Robert Lawrence '51, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 42.

Kanwischer, Charles, participates in exhibit, Fall 1996, p. 12.

Kanzo, Uchimura. IV: 4

Kaplan, Claudia, Brooks Foundation fellow at the Counseling Center, Fall 1986, p.28.

Kaplan, Edward K., article appears in journal, Spring 1977, p. 5.
      Summer '77, p. 25.
      Book is reviewed, Spring '78. p. 34.

Kaplan, Jim, article by, on Alan Levenstein '56, Summer 2000, p. 25.

Kaplan, Lawrence, book review by, Spring 1994, p. 41.

Kaplan, Paul '62, book received, Spring 2003, p. 36.

Kappel, Herman '30, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 54.

Karanikolas, Bill '70, letter from, Spring 1999, p. 36.

Karasik, Judy, book review by, Winter 1988, p. 27.
      Book review by, Spring 1989, p. 27.
      Book review by, Summer 1989, p. 32.

Karger, John S. '30, notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.

Karlin, Fred '56, book received, Spring 1990, p. 30.
      book received, Summer 1994, p. 44.
      Remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 123.

Karol, Zachary Roger '68, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 88.

Karp, Joseph D. '20, letter from. Winter 1984, p. 36.

Kase, Toshikazu '27, honorary degree citation at Commencement, (photo of), Summer '82, p. 10-11.
      notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.
      (Journey to the Missouri.) III: 119

Kasper, Michael, book is received. Winter 1984, p. 33.
      book is reviewed, Winter 2001, p. 37.
      page reprinted from his recent book, Fall 1986, p. 33.

Kass, Jared D. '69, book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.

Kasunic, David '89, article on Senior Honors project, Fall 1989, p. 12.

Kateb, George, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1989, p. 8.
      included in article on Raritan, Winter 1984, p. 15-16.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1984, p. 32.
      A Word on Civil Disobedience. XXV: 1-4.
      Named Kenan Professor. XXVI: 4-7.

Kates, Frederick Ward '31, book is reviewed, Winter '83, p. 22.
      obituary, Fall 1987, p. 48.
      editor. No Other Wealth: The Prayers of a Modern Day Saint - Bishop Charles Henry Brent. XVIII: 1-42.
      A Moment Between Two Eternities. XVIII: 1-42.
      Between Dawn and Dark. X: 4-20.
      (Editor Things That Matter. The Best Writings of Bishop Brent.) II:116

Katzenstein, Mary F., book review by, Fall 1994, p. 37.

Kaufman, Christopher L. '67, Summer '78, p. 14.

Kaufman, Daniel '71. Photography--A Growing Medium at Amherst. XXI:  3-7.

Kaufman, David K. '30, obituary, Summer '79, p. 85.

Kaufmann, Blythe B., assistant dean of admission, Summer '82, p. 2.

Kaufmann, Christine, assistant dean of admission, Spring 1977, p. 6.

Kaull, James Turner, Jr. '42, book review by, Winter 1986, p. 28.
      Obituary, Fall 1988, p. 56.

Kaupe, Albert '40, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 46.

Kaupe, Robert Hugo '51, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 54.

Kavanaugh, Charles Nicholas, Jr. '47, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 40.

Kay, Stanley Joseph Jr. '81, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 97.

Keady, Michael Jennings '52, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 54.

Kearns, Thomas R, book received, Fall 1995, p. 42.
      Book he co-edited is received, Spring 1996, p. 37.
      Book he co-edited received, Winter 1999, p. 36.
      Book he edited received, Fall 1999, p. 39.
      named the William H. Hastie Professor, Fall 1987, p. 9.
      Included in article on Boston Marathon, Summer 1988, p. 10.
      Book he co-edited is published, Fall 1991, p. 5.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 1994, p. 36.

Kearns, Thomas, ILS program, Summer '82, p. 18.

Keasbey Memorial Foundation. XVI: 1-24.

Keast, David S. '25, obituary, Winter '78, p. 87.

Keator, Alfred Decker '10. Three Centuries of the Keator Family in America. VIII: 2-22.

Keats, Jonathon '94, book received, Spring 1999, p. 32.

Keck, Winfield '37, letter from, Summer 1976, p. 33.

Keedy, Allen '29, book review by, Summer 1995, p. 37.
      Obituary, Summer 2001, p. 90.

Keedy, Christian '37, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 70.

Keedy, David Melzar '32, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 91.

Keedy, Sanford '34, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 43.

Keefe Campus Center, item on dedication of, Winter 1999, p. 4.

Keefe Health Center, naming of, Winter 1989, p. 6.

Keefe, Harry V. Jr. '43, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 95.
      awarded honorary degree, Fall 1987, p. 9.
      Student Health Center named in his honor, Winter 1989, p. 6.

Keegan, Matthew, book review by, Spring 1997, p. 33.

Keenan, Alan '85, letter from, Summer 1986, p. 36.

Keenan, Martin Green '39, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 53.

Keeney, Russell M. '53, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 74.

Keep the Faith. Frederick J. Fischer. XXIV: 1-7.

Keep, John Jabine '38, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 52.

Keepers of the Past. Clifford L. Lord, editor. XVIII: 4-31.

Keese, Anthony Hoffman '08 Obituary XXVIII: 4-58.

Keesey, Horace Small '38, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 83.

Keezer, Dexter Merriam '18, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 49.
      (Making Capitalism Work.) IV: 165
      A Unique Contribution to International Relations: The Story of Wilton Park. XXVI: 2-24.
      (To Give Capitalism a Future.) II:199
      Are We Slaves of Some Defunct Economist? XVI: 3-31.
      Editor, Financing Higher Education 1960-1970. XII: 3-24, 4-24.
      New Forces in American Business. XII: 3-23

Kehne, John Herr '39, obituary, June '79, p. 64.

Kehne, W. Deaver '42, obituary, Winter 1996, p. 78.

Kehoe, John E. '70. Exceptions for Myself. XXV: 2-22.

Keiler, Pendleton Cooke '50, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 63.

Keiser, Michael '67, article on, Spring 1989, p. 20.

Keiser, Mike '67, article on, by Stacey Schmeidel, Winter 2002, p. 8.

Keiter, Robert E. '57, letter from, Winter 1989, p. 28.

Keith, A.M. (Sandy) '50, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1996, p. 7.

Keith, Alexander James Jr. '28, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 61.

Keith, Alexander M. Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota. XV: 4-19.

Keith, Allan '59, book he co-authored received, Spring 1999, p. 32.
      Book received, Fall 1998, p. 40.

Keith, Cary Lee '64, obituary, Winter '83, p. 63.

Keith, Clayton Edward '09, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 41.

Keith, Edward Gordon '27, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 47.

Keith, Eldon Bradford '30, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 81.

Keith, George Eldon '27, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 47.

Keith, James '26, obituary. Fall '80, p. 59.

Keith, Jean Reed '37, obituary, Summer '81, p. 73.

Keith, John Johnston M.D. '28, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 58.

Keith, Stanton Baker '31, obituary, Spring 1988, p. 41.

Keith, T. Gordon '26, death notice, Summer 1998, p. 82.

Keith, William '61, Reunion Weekend, Summer '80, p. 4.

Keller, Abraham C., editor. The Sentimental Revolution. FrenchWriters of 1690-1740. Geoffroy Atkinson. XIX: 2-40.

Keller, Frank Lynn '27, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 68.

Keller, Paul Joseph Jr. '48, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 93.

Kelley, Dana Robineau '50, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 58.

Kellner, Robert Joseph '46, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 94.

Kellner, William A. '49, notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.

Kellogg Fellowship. XI: 3-22

Kellogg, Emery Campbell '02 Obituary XXVIII: 3-84.

Kellogg, Martin Williams '29, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 45.
      annual meeting of the Society of the Alumni (photo of), Summer '82, p. 6.
      XI: 3-18, 4-20

Kellogg, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. '41, included in Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Spring 1999, inside back cover.

Kellogg, Raymond N. Jr. '23, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Kellogg, William Raymond '10, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 31.

Kelly, Elizabeth, fine arts librarian, Spring '84, p. 7.

Kelly, J. Joseph Jr. '41, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 71.

Kelly, Joseph M. II '75, notice of death, Summer 2000, p. 82.

Kelly, Matthew Arnold '36, book is received, Fall 1988, p. 31.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1988, p. 28.
      Obituary, Spring 1993, p. 51.

Kelly, Morgan Burr '45, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 77.

Kelly, Petra, Corliss Lamont lecturer, Summer 1988, p. 5.

Kelly, Robert John '39, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 81.

Kelly, William W. '38, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 93.

Kelso, Clarence Albin Jr. '27, obituary, Summer '78, p. 69.

Keltie, Ralph John Jr. '50, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 80.

Kendall, Henry M. (Introduction to Geography.) IV: 20

Kendall, Henry P., Class of 1899, "And the whale is theirs!", Fall '80, p. 21.

Kendall, Henry Plimpton. Obituary. XII: 3-11

Kendall, Henry Way '50, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 82.
      "And the whale is theirs!", Fall '80, (photo of, p. 23).
      Victor S. Johnson Lecturer, Spring 1988, p. 5.
      Receives 1990 Nobel Prize for physics, Winter 1990, p. 3.

Kendall, John P. '51, "And the whale is theirs!", Fall '80, p. 21.
      Exploring the underground. VIII: 1-6.
      Honored at Washington and Jefferson College. XXIII: 4-19.

Kendall, John Plimpton '51, received honorary degree at Commencement, Summer 1976, p. 7.

Kendall, Lukas '96, article on, Summer 1994, p. 32.

Kendall, Nathaniel Wyeth III '45, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 50.

Kendall, Warren Frederic '40, obituary, Fall '78, p. 67.

Kendrew, Leroy John '41, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 78.

Kendrick, Thomas Ryland '55, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 123.

Kennan, Elizabeth T., honorary degree citation, Summer '80, p. 12.

Kennedy visit remembered by 40th anniversary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 2.

Kennedy, Douglas R. – Singing Cowboy Without a Song. X: 3-16.

Kennedy, Edward M., politics comes to the campus (photo of), June '80, p. 6.

Kennedy, Gail. Education at Amherst: New Program. VIII: 2-4.
      Is There A Way Out of Educational Confusion? V: 4-143.
      Obituary. XXIV: 4-15.
      Represented in Values in American Education, edited by Theodore Brameld and Stanley Elam. XVII: 3-39.
      Retires. XXI: 1-29.
      Rockefeller Foundation grant. IX: 4-30.
      and Epstein, Joseph, editors. The Process of Philosophy. A Historical Introduction. XX: 3-33.

Kennedy, James Edward '40, obituary, Spring 1990, p. 49.

Kennedy, John Fitzgerald. Convocation Address. Honorary Degree Citation. Remarks at The Robert Frost Library Ground-Breaking. Special Issue. Fall 1963.
      Crisis in a Newsroom. Earl C. Dudley, Jr. XVI: 3-3.
      Memorial Service. XVI: 3-2.
      October 26 and November 22. XVI: 3-2.

Kennedy, John W., Jr. '25, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 30.

Kennedy, Kermit Alfred '32, obituary, Spring '84, p. 49.

Kennedy, Michael J. (Tug) Obituary XXVII: 2-11.
      Retires V: 3-105;
      testimonial dinner V: 5-199; VI: 1-12.

Kennedy, Peter John Joseph '40, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 71.

Kennedy, President John F., 30th anniversary of groundbreaking for Frost Library, Fall 1993, p. 5.

Kennedy, Ralph A. '04. Amherst's Golf Champion, text and photo National Geographic Magazine. V: 4-147.

Kennedy, Robert H. '08, obituary, Winter '79, p. 86.

Kenneth J. Howard, Jr. '66--Actor. Peter Kerns. XXII: 1-14.

Kenney, William G. 78, notice of death, Fall 2000, p. 88.

Kennick, William E. Liberal Education and Extracurricular Life. XVII: 3-17.
      Senior Chapel Address. XVI: 1-2.
      Comments on Address by The Amherst Student, Lewis S. Mudge, John W. Atherton. XVI: 1-5;
      Letters XVI: 2-31.
      Kenan Professorship, Spring '78, p. 8.
      Book review by, Winter '79, p. 3.
      Book review by, Summer '79, p. 44.
      Speaker at Senior Assembly, Summer '82, p. 7.
      Letter about his Senior Assembly address, Fall '82, p. 37.
      interview with, Winter 1995, p. 25.
      Book review by, Summer 2000, p. 37.
      "What They Are Reading," Spring 2002, p. 37.
      and Lazerowitz, Morris, editors. Metaphysics: Readings and Reappraisals. XIX: 1-40.

Kennon, Kevin '80, book review by, Winter 2004, p. 34.

Kent, Conrad, book review by, Spring 1998, p. 33.

Kenworthy. James '70. Undergraduate View. XXI: 4-7.

Kenyon, Adelbert Colgate '32, obituary, June '79, p. 63.

Ker, Harmar Denny '39, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 56.

Kerashvili, Lela, included in article on Soviet students at Amherst, Winter 1988, p. 3.

Kermes, Kenneth N. '57, Summer '79, p. 19.

Kern, Jerome, musicals are performed, Winter 1984, p. 4-5 & 22.

Kerns, Peter '63, notice of death, Spring 2001, p. 89.
      Kenneth J. Howard, Jr. '66--Actor. XXII: 1-14.

Kerr, Leslie H. '40, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 93.

Kesseler, Edward Peter '49, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 51.

Kesselhaut, Glenn David '78, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 94.
      Thomas J. Watson fellowship, Spring '78, p. 10.

Kessler, David A. '73, article on, Winter 1991-92, p. 10.
      Awarded honorary degree, Summer 1992, p. 9.
      Will continue to serve the U.S. Government as commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, Spring 1993, p. 5.
      new trustee, Summer 1999, p. 4.
      Article by, on an excerpt from his book A Question of Intent: A Great American Battle with a Deadly Industry, Spring 2001, p. 22.

Kestenbaum, Dina '93, included in article on alums and their careers in cyberspace, Fall 1997, p. 26.

Kester, W. Carl '73, book by, Spring 1991, p. 35.

Ketcham, Gordon '28, obituary, Winter 1977, p. 82.

Ketcham, Howard '25, obituary, Summer '82, p. 69.
      Paint It Yourself. VI: 4-25.
      (How to Use Color and Decorating Designs in the Home.) II:66
      Color Planning for Business and Industry. XI: 3-26

Ketchum, Harold. Color: Its Theory and Application. IX: 2-26.

Keyes, John Humphrey '11, obituary, Summer '77, p. 63.

Keyser, Frederick Gardiner '10, obituary, June '80, p. 72.

Keyssar, Helene, faculty honor, June '79, p. 16.

Khartoum: Assignment. Albert E. Lumley. XIV: 3-13.

Kibbe, Chauncey Smith '29, obituary, Fall '77, p. 62.

Kibler, William J. III '53, obituary, Summer '83, p. 60.

Kidder, George W. Jr., NSF support, June '80, p. 8.
      NSF grants, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 53.
      Received grant, Winter 1984, p. 23.
      Receives National Institutes of Health grant. XVI: 4-28.
      Retires. XXIII: 1-23.
      discovers vitamin. V: 4-156.
      I:2. III: 19

Kidder, George, article on his death, Spring 1996, p. 5.

Kidder, Rushworth M. '65, book received, Fall 1996, p. 43.
      book received, Spring 1990, p. 30.
      Book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1994, p. 41.
      Dylan Thomas: The Country of the Spirit. XXVII: 2-25
      article by, on “Joe’s Diner”, Winter '82, p. 12-13 & 21.

Kidder, Tracy, article by, “The Soul of a New Machine"-Part I, Fall '81, p. 9.
      Article by, "The Soul of a New Machine”-Part II, Winter '82, p. 7.

Kids from Home. J. Clement Schuler director. VI: 3-13.

Kids from Home. VII: 1-24, 2-2, 3-22; VIII: 1-21.

“Kids from Home, The”. IX: 2-21; X: 2-6.

Kiefer, Michael C., chief advancement officer, Fall 1995, p. 6.

Kiely, John R.  Who Runs America?  Synopsis of Ford Foundation Research.  XV:  1-37. 

Kiely, Robert '53, book received, Spring 2000, p. 33.

Kilby, Henry Pardee '23, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 40.

Kiley, Marcus P. Samuel Austin Chapin, ’80. IX: 4-19.

Kiley, Marcus Philip '19, obituary, Fall 1981, p. 68.

Kiley, William D. '33, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 48.

Killhour, Robert B. '52, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 120.

Killpatrick, Frances, letter from, Summer 1995, p. 39.

Kim, Sun-Joo '81, awarded honorary degree, Summer 2000, p. 5.

Kimball, Charles Henry Gallwey '31, obituary, Winter 1998, p. 68.

Kimball, Gladys Alice. Obituary. XX: 4-22.
      Retires. IX: 1-21, 29.

Kimball, Jennifer '86, article on, Winter 1994, p. 11.

Kimball, Leonard Parker '22, obituary, Fall '77, p. 61.

Kimball, William S. '08. Calculus of Variations by Parallel Displacement. VI: 1-20.

Kimball, William Straker '49, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 66.

Kimelman, Ronald R., Baccalaureate address, Summer '77. p. 1.
      Jewish Theological Seminary award, Summer '77, p. 25.

Kincaid, Jamaica, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1996, p. 9.

Kincaid, John Wells '29 Obituary XXVIII: 3-87.

Kind, Stephen J. '57, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 70.

King Hall (formerly South Dorm), article on reconstruction of, Spring 2004, p. 8.

King Lear, The Tragedy of, by William Shakespeare. Edited by Louis B. Wrights and Virginia L. Freund. IX: 4-33.

King, Coretta Scott, presented lecture at the College, Summer 1988, p. 2.

King, David S. What’s Happened to Religion in the Colleges? XVIII: 2-15.
      XI: 1-19, 1-20

King, Henry Hall '07, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 59.

King, James Murdoch '33, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 46.

King, Margaret Pinckney. (Poem.) II:144
      Obituary. XIX: 4-14.

King, Martin Luther. Assassination. College reactions. XX: 4-23.

King, Preston '45, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 58.

King, Rev. David S. Billy Graham at Amherst. IX: 4-21.

King, Richard '35, awarded Medal for Eminent Service, Fall 1985, p. 13.
      obituary, Spring 1994, p. 62.

King, Stanley '03, photograph of, with three former Amherst presidents, Winter 2002, p.35.
      Review of biography by Claude M. Fuess. VIII: 2-2.
      Consecrated Eminence, The: The Story of the Campus and Buildings of Amherst College. V: 1-16, 19.
      Letter. III: 142
      Article by President Cole. III: 190
      A History of the Endowment of Amherst College. III: 20
      Recollections of the Folger Shakespeare Library. III: 20
      Provisions of bequest to college. XIX: 4-15.
      William Rutherford Mead-Class of '67. I:6
      The History of the Endowment of Amherst College. II:191

Kingham, Henry Selden Jr. '43, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 97.

Kingman, Henry S. '15. Financing Amherst College. VII: 3-8.
      Obituary. XXI: 3-31.

Kingman, Joseph Ramsdell Jr. '24, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 47.

Kingman, Woodward '49, new trustee, Summer 1985, p. 20.
      Elected to the Board of Trustees, Fall 1985, p. 10.

Kingsberg, Aaron L. '37, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 68.

Kinney, Stuart Curtis '41, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 78.

Kinoshita, Takeshi '36, ties to Doshisha are strengthened, June '79, p. 12.

Kinsey, W. Patton '36, death notice, Fall 2001, p. 86.

Kinsey, William P. '36, notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.

Kinsolving, Arthur Lee. Retires as rector of St. James Parish. XXI: 4-19.

Kinsolving, Hon. Arthur Lee '31, obituary, Summer '77, p. 66.

Kinsolving, Rev. Arthur Lee. Invocation at inauguration of President Plimpton. XIII: 3-8.

Kinsolving, The Rev. Dr. Arthur Lee, obituary, Spring 1977, p. 7.

Kirby Memorial Theater, celebration of 50th anniversary, Winter 1988, p. 6.

Kirby Theater.  Twenty-fifth anniversary observed.  XVI:  3-18. 

Kirby Theater. IX: 4-23.

Kirby, Paul Franklin '35, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 52.

Kirby, Paul Lantz '09 Obituary XXVIII: 2-59.

Kirchgasser, Marjorie, appointed as head of the catalog section of the Library, Summer 1981, p. 13.

Kirk, William Henry '31, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 95.

Kirkpatrick, Donald McClellan '46, obituary, Summer 1996, p. 9l.

Kirp, David L. '65, book is reviewed, June '80, p. 43.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 1983, p. 61.
      Educational Policy and the Law: Cases and Materials. XXVI: 4-30.
      elected as alumni trustee. XXIII: 4-15.
      XXI; 2-13. 
      book received, Fall 1989, p. 32.

Kirsch, David Alan '54, article on, Spring 1987, p. 6.

Kirschenbaum, Stephen '55, letter from, Fall 2000, p. 44.

Kirshbaum, Gary Roy '57, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 41.

Kirsner, Beth '88, book received, Summer 1994, p. 45.

Kirwin, W. Chandler, book he edited is published, Spring 1977, p. 5.

Kissam, Philip C. '63, book received, Spring 2004, p. 40.

Kissam, William A. '21, death notice, Spring 1995, p. 66.

Kitchell, Peter '40, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 84.

Kitchell, Samuel F. '43, received honorary degree, (photo of), Summer 1983, p. 11 & 14.
      Elected to the Board of Trustees, Summer 1983, p. 15-16.

Kitchell, Webster K. '53, book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.
      book received, Fall 1996, p. 43.

Kittay, Jeffrey S. '65, article on, Fall 1993, p. 12.
      awarded honorary degree, Summer 1997, p. 13.

Kitts, Willard Frederick '42, letter from, Winter 1977, p. 29.
      Obituary, Fall 1982, p. 74.

Klaer, Fred Harlen, Jr. '35, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 50.

Klancnik, J. M. '64, letter from, Suwmer 1982, p. 30.

Kleene, Stephen Cole '30, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 60.

Kleidman, Peter B. '82, won a Marshall Scholarship, Spring 1982, p. 6.

Klein, Arthur '36, death notice, Summer 1998, p. 82.

Klein, Gardner Cropper '82, obituary, Fall 1984.

Klein, Hon. Richard B. '61, Fall '77, p. 49.
      Reunion Weekend, Summer 1982, p. 5.

Klein, Peter '91, included in article on students entrepreneurship, Spring 1991, p. 24.

Kleinschmidt, Harald. A German Student Reflects on Amherst. XXIV: 3-13.

Klevorick, Alvin K. Economic Competition and the Cold War. Ford Foundation Research Report on Is There an End to the Cold War? XVI: 1-41.

Klickstein, David '47, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 56.

Kline, Charles Tomlinson Jr. '42, obituary, June '80, p. 79.

Kline, George Burrous '32, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 37.

Kline, Peter '57, book is reviewed, Spring '78, p. 37.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 1981, p. 30.

Klinge, Dennis Stephen '65, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 46.

Knachel, Philip A., awarded honorary degree, Fall 1984, p. 12.

Knapp, George Edward '34, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 90.

Knapp, John Northcott '60, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 64.

Knapp, Lewis Mansfield '16, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 61.
      (Tobias Smollett Doctor of Men and Manners.) II:65
      Presented with Tobias Smollett volume. XXIV: 2-30.

Kneeland, Douglas E. Campus Papers Going Straight. XXIV: 3-14.

Kneeland, Edward Joseph '42, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 78.
      Notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Knezevich, Lily, Copeland Fellow, Spring 1985, p. 7.

Knight, Charles Henry '25, obituary, Fall '77, p. 61.

Knight, Harry W. '31, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 7.
      Summer '77, p. 38.
      Trustee biography, June '80, p. 14.
      Chairman. Amherst Capital Program. XIV: 4-3.
      New trustee. XVII: 1-32.

Knight, James Lay '42, obituary, Fall '77, p. 63.

Knight, Joseph Andrew, Jr. '54/'56, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 67.

Knight, Thomas R. '54, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 108.

Knight, W. Nicholas '61, book received, Summer 2003, p. 37.
      Report on research of a seventh Shakespeare Signature. XXIV: 2-17.
      Shakespeare's Hidden Life: Shakespeare and the Law, 1585-1595. XXVI: 3-28.

Knowles, Russell Jr. '56, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 83.

Knowlton, Robert D. '50, letter from, Spring 1996, p. 39.
      Obituary, Winter 2004, p. 117.

Knox, Francis Stratton Jr. '33, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 90.

Knox, James Charlton '70, obituary, Winter '80, p. 97.

Knudson, Edward Chevalier '13, reunion. Summer '78, p. 8.
      Obituary, Summer 1983, p. 56.

Knutson, Frederick William '32, obituary, Spring 1977, p. 63.

Kobler, Jason Sommers '38, obituary, Spring 1982, p. 62.

Kobler, Jason S. '38, notice of death, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.

Koch, Robert H. Coordinator of three-year international program in astronomy. XVII: 4-22.

Kodama, Sanehide '58, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 24.

Koenig, Edward C. (Why Alaska?) I:3

Koester, Theodore. Curriculum Review Committee. XII: 1-20
      Retires. XXVI: 1-21.
      article, on his death, Summer 1976, p. 27.

Koffler, Henry, received honorary degree, Summer 1981, p. 18.

Kohler, Heinz, appointed Willard Long Thorp Professor, Summer 1990, p. 8.
      recognition of retirement, Summer 1997, p. 9.
      Economic Integration in the Soviet Bloc: With An East German Case Study. XVIII: 4-31.
      Welfare and Planning: An Analysis ot Capitalism Versus Socialism. XX: 1-33.

Kohn, George F. '22 Obituary XXVII: 3-89.

Kohout, Harry Joseph '17, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 37.

Kolb, Harold H. Jr. '55, book is reviewed, Fall 1976, p. 28.
      book is reviewed, Summer 1980, p. 27.

Kole, Tara '98, article by, on being a nonathlete, Fall 1996, p. 34.
      Article by, on women at Amherst, Spring 1997, p. 19.
      Article by, on study habits, Winter 1998, p. 25.
      Article by, on Janina Matuszeski '97, Spring 1998, p. 14.

Kolodny, Warren D. '88, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 77.

Komito, David, received research grant, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 53.

Koopman, David Warren '57, obituary, June '80, p. 79.

Korell, O. Howard '54, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 54.

Koromilas, James '49, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 100.

Koski, George '57, letter from, Summer 1983, p. 75.
      letter from, Winter 1986, p. 31.

Kossoff, A. David '46, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 73.

Kothe, Edward George '38, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 48.

Kothe, Frederick Arthur William '39, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 53.

Koury, Sara Hawthorne, joined staff of Counseling Center as a psychotherapist, Winter 1988, p. 9.

Kowal, Dennis, visiting artist, Winter '78, p. 6.

Kowalewski, Michael J. '78, book is reviewed, Summer 1994, p. 42.
      Book he edited is received, Fall 1998, p. 44.
      book review by, Fall 1990, p. 32.
      Book review by, Spring 1992, p. 36.
      Book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.

Kraemer, Michael F. '69, received Distinguished Service Award, Winter 1995, p. 10.

Kraemer, Ross Shepard, book review by, Winter 1994, p. 35.

Kramer, Eric F. '93, awarded Watson Fellowship, Summer 1993, p. 2.

Kramer, Everett W. '34, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 50.

Kramer, Robert. Michael Mazur: Artist. XVII: 1-21.

Kranes, Jonathan '85, Keasbey Scholar, Fall 1985, p. 23.

Krantz, Philip John Sr. '25, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 61.

Kranzberg, Melvin '38, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 24.
      named president-elect of Sigma Xi, Winter '78, p. 9.
      Books are received, Spring 1981, p. 29.
      Received honorary degree, Summer 1983, p. 14-15.
      obituary, Spring 1996, p. 68.
      By the Sweat of Thy Brow: Work in the Western World. XXVIII: 3-30.
      (The Siege of Paris, 1870-1871.) III: 21
      Co-editor Technology and Culture: An Anthology, XXV: 2-25.

Krass, Alfred C. '58, letter from, Summer 2001, p. 40.
      Letter from, Spring 2002, p. 38.
      letter from, Winter 1981, p. 28.
      Beyond the Either-Or Church. XXVI: 4-29.

Kraus, Charles Jungenfeld '63, obituary, Winter '79, p. 92.

Krause, Rev. Deborah '84, letter from, Fall 1993, p. 39.

Krause, Rhett D., awarded fellowship by the Thomas J. Watson Foundation, Spring 1981, p. 31.

Kravitz, Jacob Harold '31, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 51.

Kready, Benjamin F. Jr. '33, notice of death, Summer 2003, p. 89.

Kreder, Kenn '35 Obituary XXVIII: 3-87.

Kreisler, Fritz. IX: 3-11.

Kresge Foundation, College awarded $2 million Challenge Grant from, Winter 1997, p.7.

Kresge, Paul Charles '23, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 31.

Kretschmar, Frederick Le Vally '42, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 90.

Krevolin, Robert, received an ITT International Fellowship, Summer 1984, p. 57.

Kriegel, Jay L. Top Lindsay aide. XX: 2-26.

Kriss, Eric '71. Six Blues-Roots Pianists. XXVI: 3-29.

Kroeger, Harold Alfred '31, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 35.

Kroll, John '66, letter from, Summer 1989, p. 34.

Kronemeyer, Robert F. '41, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 69.

Kronvall, Edward Jr. '46, obituary, Summer '78. p. 71.

Kropf, Allen, grant is renewed, Winter 1977, p. 5.
      Faculty honor. June '79, p. 16.
      Received grant, June '80, p. 8.
      Received research grant. Spring 1982. p. 3.
      Awarded research grant, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 53.
      Named the first Julian H. Gibbs '46 Professor in the Natural and Mathematical Sciences, Fall 1985. p. 13.
      tribute on his retirement, Summer 2000, p. 10.
      Presented lecture in Tel-Aviv, Fall 2000, p. 9.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 8.
      The Program. (Independent Study at Amherst) XX: 2-2.
      Allen, included in article on "educating the non-scientist," Spring 1988, p.18.
      received research grant, Summer 1976, p. 20.

Kropf, Prof. Rita, included in article on Amherst Women in Science, Spring 1992, p.14.

Krotkov, Robert V., book review by, Fall 1997, p. 35.

Krueger, Derek '85, book received, Summer 1996, p. 46.
      awarded Watson Fellowship, Fall 1985, p. 9.

Krueger, William Emmett '54, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 47.

Krumsiek, James B. '58, obituary, Fall 1982, p. 75.

Krupman, William A. '58, book is reviewed, Summer '79, p. 41.

Krupman-Allyn, Pamela '84, article on, Summer 2003, p. 26.
      Letter from, Winter 2004, p. 40.

Krushchev Speaks. Edited, with commentary, by Thomas P. Whitney. (Earl Latham) XVI: 1-32.

Kuesel, Harry Butt '41, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 82.

Kuflik, William Egert '31, obituary, Spring 1983, p. 48.

Kugler, Richard C. '52, included in article "And the whale is theirs!", Fall 1980, p. 22.

Kuhn, Francis Augustus II '27, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 32.

Kuhne, Rudolf '35, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 89.

Kuhns, Ray Kier '46, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 73.

Kuipers, Marvin R., appointed assistant comptroller, Spring 1977, p. 5.
      Appointed to comptroller, Spring 1981, p. 6.

Kujovich, Jody L. '78, Danforth Fellowship, Spring '78, p. 10.

Kuklis, Robert '61, book he coauthored received, Summer 2004, p. 37.

Kulesza, Kenneth H. '64, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 124.

Kulikowski, Charles John '35, obituary, Winter 1983, p. 62.

Kunian, David Saul '32, obituary, Winter 1996, p. 74.

Kunz, David G. '49, letter from, Spring 1995, p. 40.

Kupferschmid, Owen Michael 79, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 57.

Kuriyama, Takakazu '56, Japan's newly appointed ambassador to Washington is "an Amherst-educated expert on the United States," Spring 1992, p. 3.
      Included in article on Japanese connections, Winter 1994, p. 5.
      received honorary degree, Summer 1995, p. 7.
      Gave address at Class Exercises, Summer 1995, p. 8.

Kurz, Roger. The Student, 1966. Profile. XVIII: 3-16.

Kurzweil Reading Machine, new machine for blind students, Spring 1981, p. 31.

Kushick, Joseph N., exhibition of photographs displayed, Fall 1994, p. 7.
      News of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 36.
      received grant, Summer 1981, p. 16.
      Awarded research grant, Spring 1982, p. 3.
      Received funding, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 53.
      received research grant, Summer 1989, p. 6.
      Received NSF grant to purchase a molecular graphics workstation, Fall 1990, p.6.
      Letter from, Winter 1993, p. 38.

Kushner, Tony, visits campus, Spring 1999, p. 4.

Kusiak, Frank John Jr. '39, obituary, Spring 1990, p. 49.

Kusserow, Adrie '88, book received, Winter 2003, p. 35.

Kusuda. Yuri, placed fourth in the Kayak/One Woman Class of the Kayak World Championships, Winter 1982, p. 23.

Kuzminski, Adrian '66, book received, Fall 1995, p. 43.

Kydd, Charles James '39, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 65.

Kyff, Robert S. '70, book review by, Summer 1986, p. 32.
      book received, Spring 2001, p. 37.
      Book received, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 42.

Kyle, Charles Derrick '25, obituary, Spring 1990, p. 46.

Kyle, Emory Relmond '32, obituary. Summer '79, p. 85.

Kyle, Richard S. '24, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 43.

Kyle, William J. Jr. '26, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 49.

Kyrios, Alexander Hamilton '40, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 45.

La Mar, Virginia. Obituary. XX: 3-21.

Labor in Postwar America. (Colston E. Warne.) II:66

Lacey, E. Bradford '54, obituary, Spring 1982, p. 63.

Lacey, Norman Fairbank '39, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 46.

Lacey, Theodore Woods '42, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 52.

Lacinski, Paul '89, book received, Summer 2001, p. 35.

Lackie, Diana, new career counselor, Fall '77, p. 21.

Lackman, Jonathan A. '96, recipient of a Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship in Mathematics and the Natural Sciences, Summer 1995, p. 4.

Lacrosse, women's, wins NCAA Championship, Summer 2003, p. 5.

Lacy, Chuck '80E, article on, Winter 1990, p. 14.

Ladd, Alan '82, article on, Winter 1989, p. 16.

Ladd, Charles Francis '35, obituary, Summer 1985, p. 31.

Ladd, Lawrence Firmin '34, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 60.

Laden, Howard David '34, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 36.

Ladies Bountiful. W. G. Rogers. XX: 4-41.

Lady Jane of Amherst. Lyrics to. XXVII: 3-8, 4-31; XXVIII: 1-29.

Lady of Amherst, A - Rose Riohardson Olver. XIX: 3-29.

Laferriere, Mr. and Mrs. Paul '70, Johnson Chapel Associate profile on, Summer 1997, inside back cover.

Laferriere, Paul '70.  Undergraduate View.  XXI:  4-7. 

Lafleur, William John '44, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 84.

LaGattuta, N. John '48, letter from, Spring 1988, p. 29.
      Letter from, Winter 1994, p. 42.

Lagomarcino, John T. '58. Common Cause. XXIV: 2-10.

Lahm, David F. '63, reunion, Summer '78, p. 8.
      Reunion Weekend. Summer 1982, p. 6

Lakdawalia, Emily '96, article by, on her trip to Devon Island, Winter 2004, p. 18.

Lake, W. Anthony. Five College professor in international relations, Winter 1981, p. 5.

Lally, John Francis '43, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 87.

Lamar, Virginia A. Editor with Louis B. Wright. XII: 1-28

Lamb, Brian P., received honorary degree, Summer 1995, p. 9.

Lamb, James Robert III '86, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 71.

Lamb, John Jefferson '11, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 60.

Lamb, Herschel Whiteside '30, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 51.

Lambert, Samuel C. '64, death notice, Summer 1996, p. 87.

Lamberton, Richard H. '24, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 44.

Lameyer, Gordon Ames '53, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 54.

Lamm, Leonard J. '66, book received, Summer 1994, p. 45.

Lamont program, features artistic productions, Fall 1992, p. 8.

Lamont, Hayes Corliss '57, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 83.

Lamprecht, Sterling P. Obituary. XXVI: 2-10.
      Our Religious Traditions. II:149; II:151
      Nature and History. II:149; II:199
      Retires. IX: 1-28.

Lampson, Edward Tudor '33, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 47.

Lamson, Carl Edwin. Obituary. XIX: 1-43.
      IX: 3-10.

Lan, Hua R., news of, Fall 2001, p. 9.
      awarded a Trustee-Faculty Fellowship for 1993-94 academic year, Fall 1993, p.10.

Lancaster, John S. '51, article by, on June 1948, Spring 1988, p. 14.
      Book review by, Summer 1989, p. 33.
      Awarded Medal for Eminent Service at Commencement, Summer 1991, p. 38.
      Honored for service, December '79, p. 14.
      Book review by, Fall 1980, p. 29.
      Book review by, Winter 1981, p. 30.
      Wrote a paper with Richard Foose, which was later published, also named editor, Summer 1981, p. 16.
      Book review by, Fall 1981, p. 33.
      Book review by, Winter 1982, p. 30.
      obituary, Fall 1995, p. 74.

Lancaster, John, author of a book on the Robert Frost collection, Fall 1990, p. 7.
      Book he co-edited is published, Fall 1991, p. 5.
      named Special Collections Librarian & Archivist, Spring 1977, p. 5.
      Van Nostrand donations to Samuel French Collection, Winter 1984, p. 22.

Lancaster, Stephen S. '42, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 113.

Lance, Douglas Cockcroft '34, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 44.

Lanckton, Arthur Leroy Jr. '34, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 78.

Landfield, Sarah H. '93, awarded Fulbright Teaching Assistantship, Summer 1993, p.3.

Landis, Raymond Browdy '36, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 79.

Landman, Jonathan '74, elected alumni trustee, Summer 2003, p. 2.

Landry, Richard Sabourin '38, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 67.

Lane, Collis Gundy '26, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 43.

Lane, Frederick S. '36, Johnson Chapel Associate Profile, Spring 1997, inside back cover.

Lane, Frederick S. III '85, book received, Spring 2000, p. 34.
      awarded scholarship by the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation, Spring 1983, p. 7.

Lane, George Homer '16, obituary, June '79, p. 58.

Lane, George Homer Jr. '45, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 82.

Lane, Howard Bishop Sr. '26, obituary, Summer 1981, p. 71.

Lane, Howard Rich '26, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 52.

Lane, Robert C. '49, letter from, Fall 1994, p. 44.

Lane, Stoddard Jr. '38, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 51.

Lang, Elliott N. '56, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 73.

Langford, Stephen A. '63, letter from, Summer 1990, p. 29.

Language at Amherst. (Reginald F. French.) III: 2

Language Laboratory. XII: 3-16

Lanning, Milton Vass '41, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 48.

Lansing, Richard C. '27, death notice, Summer 1995, p. 68.

Lansky, Aaron Jonathan, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1998, p. 12.

Lantern Bearer, The. A Life of Robert Louis Stevenson. James Playsted Wood. XVIII: 3-47.

Lapidus. Alfred Seymour '36, obituary, Winter 1982. p. 71.

Laramie, Mark '99, included in article on research students, Fall 1997, p. 18.

Larkin, Edmond P. '36, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 64.

Larkin, William N. '37, obituary, Fall 1996, p. 79.

LaRocco, Elizabeth R. '93, received Mellon Fellowship, Summer 1993, p. 2.

LaRoche, Arthur L. Jr. '42, notice of death, Fall 2000, p. 88.

Larry, Chauncey B. '27, death notice, Winter 1996, p. 74.

Lasher, Kit '98, author of The Fairest College? Twenty Years of Women at Amherst, Spring 1997, p. 4.

Lass, David Alan. The Summer in Japan. XIX: 3-22.

Last Wanigan, The. Kent Curtis. VI: 1-21.

Latham, Charles Kellogg Jr. '30, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 76.

Latham, Earl, article on his death, Spring 1977, p. 15.
      Letters on, Summer '77, p. 29.
      (Students and Politics.) II:186
      Retires. XXVI: 1-21.
      The Communist Controversy in Washington: from the New Deal to McCarthy. XIX: 2-40.
      The Election of 1954. VII: 3-15.
      The Politics and Personality of the Amherst Undergraduate. VIII: 3-13.
      The Joseph B. Eastman Foundation. III: 54
      Roving Seminary in Washington. III: 195
      Washington Internships. IV: 105
      The Group Basis of Politics. IV: 208

Lathem, Edward Connery, ed. Meet Celvin Coolidge: The Man Behind the Myth. XIII: 1-27.
      Editor Your Son, Calvin Coolidge: A Selection of Letters from Calvin Coolidge to His Father. XXI: 4-28.
      The Poetry of Robert Frost. XXIII: 1-33.

Lathrop, Elliott Norton '28, Spring 1992, p. 52.

Lathrop, John S. '25, obituary, Spring 1983, p. 47.

Latin: A Structural Approach. Waldo E. Sweet. (R. H.) X: 4-19.

Laugher, Charles T. Named Director of Robert Frost Library. XXIII: 1-23.

Laurenson, Edwin C. '71. Problems of Inquiry (part 2). A Student's Evaluation. XXI: 1-7.

Laurie, Joseph Scott III '31. book received, Spring 1977, p. 31.
      Obituary, Summer 1985, p. 31.

Lavery, Mike. picked in the professional baseball draft--23rd round by Toronto Blue Jays, Summer 1982, p. 23.

Law, Frank Morrill. Obituary. X: 1-19.

Law, Frederick Houk. Great Adventures. IX: 1-30.

Law, Jurisprudence and Social Thought, new academic program, Spring 1990, p. 4.
      Faculty voted to establish as an academic department offering a major, Winter 1993, p. 2.

Lawrence, David McKinnon '62, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1994, p. 9.
      Book received, Winter 2003, p. 35.
      article about, Winter 1983, p. 11.

Lawrence, Jacob, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1996, p. 9.

Lawrence, Lawrence J. '30, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 43.

Lawrence, Ralph Alphonso '14, obituary, Winter '78, p. 84.

Lawrence, Sumner Carter '35, obituary, Spring 1981, p. 63.

Lawrenz, Betty Haddock, letter from, Spring 2000, p. 38.

Lawson, Donald '25, obituary, June '79, p. 61.

Lawton, Daniel Capwell '37, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 66.

Lawton, Ernest B. '40, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 112.

Lawyer Pleads Case in High Court, Then Keeps Rendezvous with Death. (Obituary – Prew Savoy.) IX: 3-15.

Lawyer. Talbot Smith. (Leonard P. Moore) XIV: 3-30.

Lay, Frank H. '93. gift for building an Alumni House. V: 4-142, VI: 1-3.

Layne, Laurence D. '68, letter from, Winter 1977, p. 29.

Lea, John Sedgwick '31, obituary, Spring 1988, p. 41.

Leach, Chris '89, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 82.

Leach, Rice C., M.D. '62, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1987, p. 9.
      Letter from, Winter 1987, p. 39.

Leach, Robert Lyman '60, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 53.

Leadbetter, Edward R. Awarded grant from National Institutes of Health. XVII: 1-35.
      selected to serve as a lecturer for the American Society for Microbiology, Spring 1977, p. 5.
      received research grant, Summer 1976, p. 20.

Leahy, Paul R. '44, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 116.

Leak, Paul W. '38, obituary, Winter 1996, p. 77.

Leary, George Whiton '46, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 65.

Leary, James M. '29, death notice, Winter 1995, p. 63.

Leary, Leonard Douglas '40, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 74.

Leary, Michael Joseph '50, obituary, Winter 1996, p. 80.

Leaycraft, John Wilson '24, obituary, Fall 1980, p. 59.

LeBrun, Pierre Napoleon '19, obituary, Winter 1985. p. 31.

Lecture Committee. Sponsors wide range of activities. XX: 4-26.

Lecture Program. II:15

Lecture Series. III: 13; 113

Lecture Series. IX: 3-20; X: 3-19.

Ledes, Richard '79, play by, June '79, p. 16.

Ledley, Charlie '96, worked as advance man for Clinton, Fall 1992, p. 11.

Lee Arthur H. '16, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 47.

Lee Charles Dudley '23, obituary, December '79, p. 67.

Lee, Alfred S. '41, letter from, Fall 1994, p. 42.
      Obituary, Summer 2002, p. 94.

Lee, Amy I. '96, recipient of Rockefeller Brothers Fund Fellowship, Summer 1995, p. 4.

Lee, D. R. 'Lee '72, book he co-edited received, Summer 2002, p. 37.

Lee, Debby '89, included in article on Amherst Women in Science, Spring 1992, p. 10.

Lee, Dwight Wingate '37, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 37.

Lee, Gary '79, certificate to President Ward, Summer '79, p. 11.

Lee, Hector H. Co-editor. (The College Quad.) IV: 19

Lee, Irving. Prof. Arrests Attention of Police English Class. IX: 2-13.

Lee, John Ming-Yee '59, article on, Winter 1997, p. 11.
      member of Edward Larrabee Barnes firm, Fall 1981, p. 2.

Lee, Lyndon '11, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 48.

Lee, Martin C. M., awarded honorary degree, Summer 1997, p. 13.

Lee, Mary Farley Ames, letter from, Fall 1989, p. 30.

Lee, Ralph '57, article on exhibit at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center, Spring 1998, p. 7.

Lee, Ralph '57, article on, Spring 1989, p. 9.

Lee, Rebecca, named assistant dean of students, Fall 1986, p. 15.

Lee, Rick '63. Television in the Classroom. XXI: 2-9.

Lee, Robert Edmund '40, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 78.

Lee, Ted '93 and Matt, article on their boiled peanuts business, Fall 2002, p. 24.
      included in article on students entrepreneurship, Spring 1991, p. 23.

Lee, Thai-Hi '80, article on, Summer 1997, p. 17.
      named to six-year term on the college's Board of Trustees, Winter 1993, inside front cover.

Lee, William M. '63, book he co-edited received, Spring 1998, p. 36.

Lee, Young Ho '61, death notice, Summer 1997, p. 78.

Leech, James Rogers '36, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 60.

Leeds, Robert L. Jr. '51, obituary, Summer 2003, p. 96.

Lees, Andrew '62, book is reviewed, Summer 1986, p. 32.
      Book review by, Fall 1986, p. 34.
      Book review by, Winter 1989, p. 27.
      book is reviewed, Winter 2003, p. 33.
      Revolution and Reflection: Intellectual Change in Germany during the 1850's. XXVII: 3-32.

Lees, Charles William '58, obituary, December '79, p. 72.

Lees, Edward T. '94, article by, on "Tap," Winter 1993, p. 6.

Leet, Robert Arthur '56, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 89.

Leff, Arthur A. '56, obituary, Winter 1982, p. 72.

Leffalt LaSalle Doheny Jr., received honorary degree, Summer 2003, p. 4.

Leffel, Charles P. '50, obituary, Spring 1983, p. 51.

LeFrak Gymnasium, naming of, Winter 1986, p. 3.

LeFrak, Richard S. '67, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1998, p. 12.

Leftwich, Robert F. Receives D.A.R. leadership award. X: 3-14.

Legal Imagination: Studies in the Nature of Legal Thought and Expression, The. James B. White. XXVI: 3-28.

Legg, Chester Arthur '04 Obituary XXVIII: 3-84.

Legman, G. Co-author. (David Ricardo and Ricardian Theory.) II:151

Lehan, Joe, article on his diner, p. 13 & 21.

Lehman, Jay Stauffer Jr. '62, obituary, Summer '78, p. 71.

Lehman, Robert Fickes '31, obituary, Spring 1983, p. 49.

Lehrer, James Charles, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1999, p. 11.

Leinbach, John '35, "Safari to the Sabrina River," Spring 1977. p. 17.

Leiper, Henry Smith '13 Obituary XXVII: 4-57.

Leithauser, Brad, book is reviewed, Summer 1985, p. 24-25.

Leland, Richard A. '50. Minority Investment. XXII: 2-13.

Leland, Robert '34, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 44.

Lelewer, David '62, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 80.

Lelievre, Robert '51, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 96.

Lemal, Richard F. '24, death notice, Fall 1995, p. 66.

Lembo, Ronald A., interview with, Spring 1996, p. 10. Book received, Summer 2001, p. 35.

Lemcke, Norman Rohde '17, obituary, Spring 1983, p. 47.

Lenfestey, William R. '42, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 114.

Lenz, William E. '73, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.

Leonard, Gregory '72, article about, Fall 1982, p. 20-21.

Leonard, John, (New York Times critic), speaker for 1981 Commencement, Summer 1981, p. 2.
      Letter about regarding his Commencement speech, Fall 1981, p. 34.

Leplin, Jerrett '66, book received, Spring 1998, p. 36.

Lepper, Edwin. Cartoon. XII: 2-21

Lerner, Allan S. The Amherst Alumni Fund. In Retrospect and Anticipation. XVII: 2-41.

Lerner, Max, Commencement speaker at Class Exercises, Summer '79, p. 10.

Les Idees de Balzac d'apres la Comedie Humaine. (Geoffroy Atkinson.) II:115

Les Idees de Balzac. (Geoffroy Atkinson.) II:21

Leskowitz, Eric D., M.D. '73, book he edited received, Winter 2000, p. 35.

Leslie T. Webster Center. XXVI: 4-1.

Leslie, William James Clark '42, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 72.

Lester, Pamela '80, Amherst's first female recipient of the Sphinx Spoon, Summer 1980, p. 23.

Letter to the Undergraduates, A. Robert A. Ward. XXIV: 1-25.

Letters. II:104 . III: 142; 203. IV: 50; 121; 165. IX: 1-32, 2-27, 3-35, 4-34; X: 2-25, 3-56, 4-20. XIII: 1-31; XIV: 1-31, 3-28, 4-24. XV: 1-33; 4-26; XVI: 1-36, 49; 2-31; 3-31; 4-51. XVII: 2-44, 3-41, 4-31; XVIII: 1-43, 2-33, 3-48, 4-27. XIX: ·1-8, 2-30, 3-36, 4-50; XX: 2-47, 3-18. 4-41. XXI: 1-23; 2-29; 3-32; 4-30. XXII: 2-37; 3-26; 4-30. Largely re Moratorium. XXIII: I-Cover II, 35; 2-30; 3-37; 4-26. XXIV: 1-29; 2-32; 4-24. XXV: 1-25, 2-26, 3-27, 4-45. XXVI: 1-28, 2-25, 3-30, 4-31.XXVII: 1-25, 2-27, 3-32,61, 4-31. XXVIII: 1-29, 2-30, 3-31, 4-32.
      Miles, Daniel. On Teachers' Salaries XI: 1-24
      Pond, W. F. XII: 4-26
      Washburn, C. H. in re H. E. Whitcomb. XI: 4-29
      Concerning controversy over awarding of degree to Robert S. McNamara. XIX: 2-30.
      Cleveland Boys School. XV: 1-33.
      The Peace Corps. XV: 1-33.
      Black and White Action. Deplores Campus Scene, Undergraduate Scene, More on Students.
      regarding Hoffman spaceflight, Summer 1984, p. 10-13.
      Defense of Lord Jeffery Amherst by J.C. Long re germ warfare. VI: 3-3.

Levenstein, Alan '56, article on, Summer 2000, p. 25.

Levin, Michael Graubart '80, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 1988, p. 26.
      Book is received, Fall 1988, p. 35.
      Book received, Fall 1989, p. 32.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1989, p. 27.
      article by, Fall 1982, p. 22-25 & 29.
      article by, Winter 1997, p. 29.
      Article by, on his time on 'Greed", Winter 2001, p. 24.

Levin, N. Gordon. Reunion Weekend, Summer 1982, p. 5.
      Debate on Mideast with Seelye, Fall 1982, p. 3-4.
      Woodrow Wilson and World Politics: America's Response to War and Revolution. XXI: 2-25.

Levin, Stanley L. '36, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 111.

Levin, Theodore '73, book is reviewed, Summer 1997, p. 35.
      Book received, Summer 1999, p. 42.
      Article on, Winter 2003, p. 24.

Levin, Victor '83, screenplay by is released in DVD and VHS format, Summer 2004, p. 37.

Levine, Frederick G. '78, letter from, Summer 1988, p. 27.
      Book is received, Fall 1988, p. 35.

Levine, James A. '67, book is received, Spring 1997, p. 37.
      Book is reviewed, Fall 1997, p. 33.
      Book review by, Summer 1999, p. 41.
      book is reviewed, Fall 1976, p. 29.

Leviss, David J. '92, letter from, Spring 1993, p. 40.

Levy, Frederick D. '55, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 121.

Levy, Harlan '77, book is reviewed, Spring 1997, p. 32.
      Summer '77, p. 2.
      Class Day talks, Summer '77, p. 11.

Levy, Maurice Jacques '12, obituary, Fall '78, p. 64.

Levy, Richard A. '77, Woods and Travis prizes, Summer '77, p. 2.

Levy, Simon '33, obituary, Summer 1983. p. 59.

Levy-Despas, article on, Winter 1997, p. 6.

Levy-Despas, Jacqueline. Obituary. XX: 3-17.

Levy-Despas, Madame Guy. Recipient of honorary degree. XVIII: 1-22.

Lewandowski, Susan, awarded Trustee Fellowship, Winter 1977, p. 5.
      Faculty-trustee fellowship award, Summer '77. p. 25.
      Faculty honor, June '79, p. 16.

Lewenz, Lisa, included in article on film project on Jewish life in Nazi Germany, Summer 1998, p. 21.

Lewis Farm: A New England Saga. (Priscilla Robertson.) IV: 165

Lewis, Charles Ashby '64, received honorary degree, Summer 2003, p. 4.
      elected to the Board of Trustees, Fall 1989, p. 3.

Lewis, Dunbar W. '09 Obituary XXVII: 1-56.

Lewis, Frederick D. '65, letter from, Spring 1999, p. 35.

Lewis, George W. '33, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 66.

Lewis, Harold Over '29, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 47.

Lewis, Howard F. '29, death notice, Spring 1998, p. 74.
      letter from, Fall 1988, p. 34.

Lewis, John Fellows Jr. '29, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 67.

Lewis, Myron Sinclair '42, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 85.

Lewis, Oscar. Lecture on "The Culture of Poverty”. XVII: 3-29.

Lewis, Ralph Ferguson '39, obituary, Summer '79. p. 86.
      Planning and Control for Profit. XXIII: 3-36.

Lewis, Victor Lamar '35, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 63.

Lewis, Walter Bennett '30, obituary, Fall 1984.

Lewis, Ward Bevins Jr. '60, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 102.

Lewis, William Atwood ' 17, obituary, June '80, p. 74.

Leyden, Richard T. Grave Rubbing in Vermont. XVII: 4-12.

Liberal Arts and Teacher Education: A Confrontation, The. Donald N. Bigelow. XXIV: ~29.

Liberal Arts College, A House Without Foundation, The. Barry O'Connell. XXVII: 1-11.

Liberal Arts College, The - New Problems, New Opportunities. XVI: 4-2.

Liberal Arts College, The. George P. Schmidt. X: 2-24.

Liberal Education and Extracurricular Life. William E. Kennick. XVII: 3-17

Liberals in the Russian Revolution: The Constitutional Democratic­Party, 1917-1921. William G. Rosenberg. XXVIII: 4-30.

Liberation Association in Egypt, The. James Batal. VII: 1-7.

Liberman, Sam '56, letter from, Summer 2004, p. 44.

Liberty and Reformation in the Puritan Revolution. William Haller. VIII: 3-30.

Libman, Gary, article by, on Dr. Steve Lombardo '63, Fall 2002, p. 21.

Libraries and Education. Charles W. Cole. Remarks at Trinity College. V: 3-102.

Library, new changes, Fall 1995, p. 2.
      Receives manuscripts of Dickinson and Frost, Winter 1997, p. 8.

Library, Robert Frost, expansion and renovation of, Fall 1991, p. 2.
      Construction work progresses. XVII: 1-33.
      Dedication. XVIII: 3-32.
      Moving and opening. XVIII: 2-26.
      Gift to Amherst Capital Program. XV: 2-2.
      Ground-breaking ceremonies. XVI: 3-2.
      The Presidential Convocation and Ground-Breaking. Special Issue, Fall 1963.

Libson, Philip Lindquist '27, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 43.

Lieber, Benson, becomes dean of students, Summer 1984, p. 5.

Lieber, Ron '93, article by, on MASSPIRG recycling program, Spring 1991, p. 8.
      Article by, on students entrepreneurship, Spring 1991, p. 22.
      Article by, on The Vestrymen, Fall 1991, p. 25.
      Article by, on Aids Seminar, Winter 1991-92, p. 18.
      Article by, on resident counselors, Spring 1992, p. 26.
      Article by, on the Outing Club, Fall 1992, p. 5.
      Article by, on Charlie Ledley '96, Fall 1992, p. 11.
      Article by, on public school teaching, Winter 1993, p. 22.
      Article by, on pre-meds, Summer 1993, p. 24.
      Article by, on Johnson Fellows, Winter 1994, p. 26.
      book is reviewed, Winter 1997, p. 38.
      Book review by, Spring 1997, p. 32.
      Book received, Winter 1999, p. 40.

Liebermann, Thomas Edward '51, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 74.

Liebrich, Henry Herbert, Jr. '35, obituary, Fall 1984.

Liebson, John '61, letter from, Spring 2003, p. 40.

Liedtke, John Hugh '42, honorary degree citation. Summer '77, p. 9.
      obituary, Summer 2003, p. 93.

Liedtke, William C. Jr. '45, article on his death, Spring 1991, p. 9.
      Named to Board of Trustees. XXIII: 1-21.
      trustee biography, June '80, p. 15.
      Fundraising drive for $43 million, Fall 1980, p. 3.

Life at Oxford (extra-curricular activities). Thomas H. Blackburn, VII: 4-11.

Life at Oxford (the academic program). James J. Barnes. VII: 4-10.

Life Beyond the Earth. Samuel Moffatt and Elie A. Shneour. (Edward D. Aebisoher) XIX: 3-39.

Life Income for Endowment Fund. XVIII: 4-19.

Life Magazine - Athletics. XI: 3-5

Life of a Navy Frogman, The. Derickson W. Bennett. IX: 1-10.

Life of Arthur Young: 1741-1820, The. John G. Gazley. XXVI: 2-24.

Life of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, The. Gardner B. Taplin. (Walter Gibson) X: 1-29.

Life of Michelangelo, The. Charles H. Morgan. (Paul F. Norton) XIII: 1-27.

Life of Petrarch. Ernest Hatch Wilkins. XIV: 2-26.

Life Sciences Building, article on, Fall 1996, p. 6.

Life with Uncle. XIX: 4-33.

Lifschultz, Carey '93, article by, on Interterm 1991, Winter 1990, p. 7.

Light, John Searle '34, obituary, Spring 1990, p. 47.

Lightfoot, John '52, Society of the Alumni, Summer '77, p. 4.

Lightner, Thomas Gage '43, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 49.

Like A Man in Love. David Morton. VI: 3-20.

Like to the Lark: The Early Years of Shakespeare. Frederick J. Pohl. XXV: 3-25.

Likert, Rensis, and Hayes, Samuel P., Jr. Some Applications of Behavioural Research. X: 4-19.

Limberg, Norman E. '36, notice of death, Summer 2000, p. 82.

Limerick, Samuel C. '33, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 85.

Limits of Mortality, The: An Essay on Wordsworth's Major Poems. David Ferry. (William Heath) XIII: 3-33.

Lin, Jan Chien-Chen, awarded a Miner D. Crary Summer Fellowship, Fall 1996, p. 12.

Lin, John P. '70, notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.

Lin, Sarah C., letter from, Spring 1989, p. 32.

Lincoln, Edward J. '71, book is received, Fall 1988, p. 35.
      Included in article on Japanese connections, Winter 1994, p. 5.

Lincoln, Orrin H. Jr. '38, included in Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Fall/Winter 2003-04, inside back cover.

Lincoln, Richard Edward '31, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 36.

Lincoln/Davis: The House Divided. David Lindsey. XIV: 1-30.

Lind, John Eugene '15, obituary, Summer 1983, p. 56.

Lindberg, Bernard C. '33, obituary, Spring '78, p. 62.

Lindberg, Donald Allan Bror '54, honorary degree citation, Summer ‘79. p. 12.

Lindberg, Lauren '90, article on, Fall 1992, p. 16.

Lindem, Martin C. Jr. '55, notice of death, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.
      obituary, Winter 2004, p. 121.

Lindquest, Calvert B. '37, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 94.
      (How to Tell if Your Ads Will Sell.) III: 119

Lindquist, August Theodore '27, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 47.

Lindsay’s Campaign. Oliver Pilat. XX: 4-41.

Lindsay's Campaign. Oliver Pilat. XXI: 1-33.

Lindsey, David '36, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 65.
      Americans in Conflict: The Civil War and Reconstruction. XXVI: 3-28.
      Ohio’s Western Reserve: The Story of Its Place Names. VIII: 2-22.
      “Sunset" Cox: Irrepressible Democrat. XII: 3-24
      Lincoln Davis: The House Divided. XIV: 1-30.

Linear Algebra. Henry G. Jacob and Duane W. Bailey. XXIII: 4-25.

Linehan, David C. '54, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 66.

Ling, Donald P. '33. obituary, Summer 1982, p. 71.

Ling, Halstead Choate '29. Obituary XXVIII: 1-70.

Linick, Evan Faller '56, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 81.

Linnell, Albert P. Amherst and the Space Age. XII: 2-10

Linowitz, Sol M. Commencement (147th) speaker. XXI: 1-10.
      Commencement speaker. XX: 4-29.

Linscott, Andrew Ryder '37, obituary, Spring 1990, p. 48.

Linton, Donald Lowry '59, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 40.

Linton, Thomas '32, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 39.

Linzee, Ford Franklin '31, obituary, Winter 1981. p. 61.

Lipman, Sidney M. '33, notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Lippman Archives, The: A Lifetime’s Work. Linda Herskovlitz. Reprint from Providence Journal. XXVII: 3-14.

Lipshutz, Gilbert R '68, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 85.

Lipsitz, Abe Kalman '38, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 90.

Lipskin, Lawrence H. '28, obituary, Fall 1982, p. 70.

Lipton, Hugh L. '67, obituary, Spring 1982, p. 64.

Litchfield-Kimber, Kevin '90 and Lara '92, Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Winter 2004, inside back cover.

Literacy Village, Lucknow, India. Richmond Mayo-Smith. XVII: 4-6.

Literature and History in the Age of Ideas: Essays on the French Enlightenment. ed by Charles G.S. Williams. XXVIII: 1-28.

Litmans, Murray Ian '59, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 98.

Litowitz, Robert Harold '70, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 50.

Little Man of Campus. John R. Coleman XXVII: 3-17.

Little, Franklin Pennoyer '44, obituary, Fall 1996, p. 80.

Little, Henry '18, death notice, Winter 1997, p. 68.

Little, Susan R, retires, Summer 1997, p. 4.
      appointed associate dean of students and director of the Office of Career Counseling, Summer '79, p. 16.

Little, Thomas Lamberton '27, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 41.

Little, Tom '87, selected as a member of the Division III All-America Team, Spring 1987, p. 19.

Littlefield, Henry M. Appointed assistant Dean of Students XXI: 1-27.
      A Tradition and an Anniversary. XXI: 4-4.
      Eastern Outreach in Western Massachusetts. XXIV: 2-24.
      Wrestling as a Liberal Art. XXVI: 2-19.
      Leaves Amherst to become Headmaster of York School. XXVIII: 4-3.
      Counseling at Amherst XXVII: 2-14.

Littlefield, Herrick B. '53, letter from, Spring 1998, p. 37.

Littlehale, Langdon Ryder '42, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 46.

Living Ideas in America. Henry Steele Commager, editor. (Andrew Hacker) XVII: 3-37.

Livingston, J. A. Guidance in Making College Gifts. (reprint from Washington Post.) VII: 3-10.

Livingston, John Williams '34, obituary, Summer 1981, p. 73.

Lizzie Borden, symposium on an opera that bears her name, Fall 1996, p. 8.

Llewellyn, J. Bruce, keynote speaker to honor author of Black Men or Amherst, Spring '78, p. 10.

Lloyd, Edward Bassett '11, obituary, Spring '78, p. 59.

Lobdell, Peter T. '68, paragraph on his recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 9.
      Performs work in Bulgaria, Fall 1996, p. 12.
      News of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 6.
      premiered a new solo work of movement theater, Summer 1989, p. 6.

Lobrano, Alexander F. '51, notice of death, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.

Lock, Frank R '61, notice of death, Summer 2000, p. 82.

Lockwood, Allison, article by, on The Coolidges, Fall 1976, p. 14.

Lockwood, Lawrence Woodbury '46, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 82.

Lockwood, Ronald Irving '32, obituary, Winter 1981, p. 61.

Loeb, Marshall, article by, Summer '78, p. 29.

Loewenstein, Karl. II:113
      Committee on Comparative Jurisprudence, American Bar Association. IX: 4-30.
      Political Power and the Governmental Process. X: 3-28.
      Honored by West German Government. XXIV: 3-17.
      Many activities since retirement. XVII: 1-37.
      Max Weber’s Political Ideas in the Perspective of Our Time. XIX: 3-41.
      Obituary. XXVI: 1-20.
      Professor emeritus of University of Munich Law Faculty. XVI: 2-25.
      Retires. XIV: 1-24.
      Will teach and lecture in Japan under auspices of the Fulbright program. XIV: 2-21.

Loftus, Thomas A. '68, letter from, Spring 1998, p. 40.

Logan, Andrew '99, article on, on his post-Commencement plans, Spring 1999, p. 6.

Lohnes, James Thompson Jr. '30, obituary, Spring 1990, p. 46.

Lohrer, Jack, article by, on new day care center, Fall 1985, p. 4-5.

Lombardo, Cr. Steve ’63, article on, Fall 2002, p. 21.

Lomonaco, Jeffrey '91, book review by, Fall 1996, p. 40.

London, Mark '74, book is received, Winter 1984. p. 34.
      book received, Spring 1990, p. 30.

Long Range Look at Amherst Admissions. VII: 4-2.

Long Range Planning Committee Report. XXIII: 3-27; XXIV: 2-33.
      President Ward's Commentary. XXIV: 2-47.

Long Range Planning Committee. XXII: 3-flyleaf.
      XXII: 4-15. Report.

Long Way Up, A: The story of Jill Kinmont. E. G. Va1ens. XIX: 2-43.

Long, Dixon '55, book received, Spring 2002, p. 33.
      book he co-edited is reviewed, Summer 1976, p. 31.

Long, George W. '35. Presents Sky Atlas honoring Gilbert Grosvenor. VIII: 3-7

Long, J. C. George III: The story of a Complex Man. XIV: 4-25.

Long, Jim '61, included in article on Shakespeare play, Fall 1992, p. 19.

Long, John A. Jr. '57, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 70.

Long, John Cuthbert '14, obituary, Fall 1980, p. 57.
      A Visit to Amherst's Homeland. VI: 4-11.
      Letter VI: 3-3.
      Maryland Adventure. VIII: 4-25.
      Soldier for the King: A Story of Amherst in America. VII: 1-29.
      Reply to recommendations of Subcommittee to Study Student Life. Letters. XVIII: 1-43.

Long, John Douglas '29, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 47.

Long, Merl Philip '40, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 90.

Long, Richard F. '52, letter from, Winter 2000, p. 36.
      Obituary, Winter 2004, p. 119.

Long, Robert Kingsley '50, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 80.

Long, Theodore A. '52, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 120.

Long, Warren '67, Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Fall 2002, inside back cover.

Long, William Woods '35, obituary, Spring 1982. p. 61.

Long. J. C. James Smithson and the Smithsonian Story. XIX: 3-38.

Long-Range Planning for Management. David W. Ewing, editor. XXV: 1-26.

Longstreth, Walter Cook '61. Obituary XXVIII: 1-68.

Longsworth, Charles '51, elected to Board of Trustees. Summer 1981, p. 6.
      Presidential Search Committee, Winter 1983, p. 2.
      completes six years as chairman of Board of Trustees, Summer 1995, p. 6.
      new chairman of the Board of Trustees, Summer 1992, p.2.
      to become president and chief administrative officer of The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Fall 1976, p. 24.
      Role in founding of Hampshire College. XXIII: 4-2;
      Named President of Hampshire College. XXIII: 4-2;
      Honorary Degree Citation. XXIV: 1-14.
      Appointed assistant to the President. XIII: 3-24.
      Vice president, Hampshire College. XVIII: 4-1, 14.

Longsworth, Polly (Mrs. Charles R.) Emily Dickinson: Her Letter to the World. XVII: 4-31.
      "An Amherst love story is told in new book," Summer 1984, p. 59-60.
      article by, on Orra White Hitchcock, Fall 1996, p. 28.
      Article by, on Peggy Craig garden dedication, Winter 1995, p. 7.
      Article by, on Amherst in the Civil War, Summer 1999, p. 25.
      Present at the Creation. XXIII: 4-2;
      Women at the Five Colleges. XXIV: 4-supplement.

Longsworth, Rob '99 and Miller, Jed '88, article by, on the Responding Together project, Spring 2003, p. 21.

Longsworth, Rob II '99, interviews Paul Rieckhoff '98, Summer 2004, p. 16.

Longwell, Roger Mortimer '34, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 68.

Look at US Lord. Robert M. Haven. XXII: 1-36.

Looker, Thomas '69, book is reviewed, Fall 1995, p. 39.
      Book review by, Fall 2001, p. 31.
      letter from, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 66.
      Copeland Fellow, Spring 1985, p. 7.
      book review by, Fall 1991, p. 35.
      Book to be published, Fall 1993, p. 10.

Looking Forward to Military Service. John P. MacKenzie. VIII: 2-10.

Lookout Point Poems by Herbert R. Coursen XXVII: 2-24.

Loomis, Fredric B. '37, notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.

Loomis, Henry Sprague '13, article on, Spring 1987, p. 13.
      Obituary, Summer 1989, p. 46.

Loomis, James W. '78, co-author of article published, Summer 1981, p. 17.

Loomis, Kenneth '30, letter from, Winter '78, p. 58.

Loomis, Richard Goodman '50, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 71.

Loomis, Samuel '15, obituary, Spring 1983, p. 46.

Loomis. Lyman Kenyon '30, obituary, Spring 1982, p. 60.

Looney, Douglas S., article by, on NESCAC (reprint from Sports Illustrated), Winter 1995, p. 30.

Loos, Ted '91, article by, on Constance Congdon, Summer 1995, p. 21.

Lopez, Rick A. '93, news of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 6.

Lopez. Eugene Rice '27, obituary, Winter '80. p. 94.

LoPresti, Leigh '78, letter from, Spring 1984, p. 70.

Lord Amherst and the Alumni Fund. John O. Cole. IX: 4-17.

Lord Amherst. XII: 2-16

Lord Geoffrey Amherst. Duplication of printed music sheet. VI: 3-front page.
      Comment from Chicago Herald American VI: 4-23;
      comment by John Crosby from N.Y. Herald Tribune VI: 4-24.

Lord Jeff, article on, Fall 1997, p. 2.

Lord Jeffery Amherst, “‘R' before ‘E' except when it's me," Winter 1981, p. 12.
      Winter 1989, p. 18.
      was the owner of the first two-headed snake found in the New World, Summer 2004, p. 8.

Lord Jeffery Inn Modernized. XXIV: 2-26.
      new innkeepers, Spring 1991, p. 11.
      leased to the Treadway Corporation. VI: 3-14.
      XXVII: 4-1; XXVIII: 1-19.

Lord Jeffrey Amherst Club. II:2
      IX: 1-22, 2-21.

Lord, Clifford Lee '33, obituary, Winter 1981, p. 62.
      editor. Keepers of the Past. XVIII: 4-31.
      Lord, Clifford L.: Energetic Educator. XVII: 1-20.
      The Primacy of Teaching, The Importance of the Student. (The Student of 1965 - Four Views) XVIII: 1-6.

Lord, Otis Phillips '1832', "The Annals of The Evergreens," Spring 1981, p. 13.

Lord, Samuel '51, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 50.

Lords of Cuzco: A History and Description of the Inca People in Their Last Days. Burr Cartwright Brundage. (Ernest A. Johnson, Jr.) XX: 3-29.

Lorenzo, Tyrone, "Older Students at Amherst," Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 8-10.

Lorimer, Allen Ingram '24, obituary, Spring 1981, p. 60.

Lorimer, Howard Thornton '24, obituary, December '79, p. 67.

Lost Discovery, The. Frederick J. Pohl. V: 3-118.

Lott, John Martin '28, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 47.

Loud, Richard Williams '30, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 63.

Louick, Rebecca '04, sports section by, Fall 2001, p. 26.
      Article by, on Room Draw, Summer 2002, p. 3.
      Article by, on Interterm 2003, Winter 2003, p. 7.
      Article by on Prof. Romer and his "Thinking About Physics" project, Winter 2003, p. 8.
      Article by, on the state of political debate on campus, Spring 2003, p. 3.
      Article by, on Amherst switching to fair-trade coffee, Spring 2004, p. 10.
      Sports article by, winter wrap-up, Spring 2004, p. 35.
      Article by, on smoke-free dorms, Winter 2004, p. 6.
      Sports section by, Winter 2004, p. 32.

Louis, John C. '63, notice of death, Fall 2000, p. 88.

Louria, Lee Kenneth '46, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 94.

Lovejoy, Sam XXVII: 2-21.

Lovell, Hollis R. '27, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 49.

Loving Man, A. Robert D. Murphy. XXVI: 1-18.

Low, Don Blakely '46, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 85.

Low, Kenneth Brooks '20, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 47.

Low, Robert Crain '50, obituary, Summer 1985, p. 34.

Lowell Observatory. XI: 2-7

Lowell, John Adams II '25, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 43.

Lowren, Robert '36, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 51.

Lowy, Douglas R. '64, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1992, p. 10.

Lowy, Martin E. '61, Alumni Subcommittee on Admission, Summer '78, p. 8.
      Presented Alumni Subcommittee Report, Fall 1980, p. 5.
      College's admission policies and procedures, Fall 1980, p. 12.
      Received Distinguished Service Award, Fall 1981, p. 7.
      book is reviewed, Fall 1991, p. 31.

Lucaire, L. Edward '67, letter from, Summer 1982, p. 30.
      obituary, Spring 2003, p. 92.

Lucas, Walter, promoted to manager of student dining commons, Spring 1981. p. 6.

Luce Foundation, Henry, awarded college grant for Henry R. Luce Professorship in Comparative Religious Ethics, Summer '78, p. 10.

Luce Professorship, college receives grant from Henry Luce Foundation, Fall 1995, p.5.

Luce, Cedric Monroe Jr. '44, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 79.

Luce, Charles Clark '39, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 90.

Luce, Clare Boothe, Program, Amherst receives grant for professorship, Fall 1997, p.3.

Luce, Cortlandt Francis Jr. '30, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 54.

Luce, Dr. Hallock. Honored. XII: 4-15

Luce, Hallock '14 Obituary XXVIII: 2-60.

Lucey, Henry '12, obituary, Summer '77, p. 63.

Lucey, John Patrick '31, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 76.

Lucid, Ambrose Meara '33. obituary, Summer '79, p. 86.

Lucretius: The Way Things Are. translated by Rolfe Humphries. XXI: 4-25.

Luddy, Frederick L. '51, letter from, Fall 1986, p. 37.

Luger, Andrew '81, included in article New York Cares, Winter 1989, p. 10.

Lukaska, Sarah E. '99, sports section by, Fall 1999, p. 33.
      Sports section by, Winter 2000, p. 27.
      Sports section by, Spring 2000, p. 28.
      Sports section by, Summer 2000, p. 30.

Lumb, Charles Lovejoy '21, obituary. Winter '78, p. 86.

Lumley, Albert E. Assignment: Khartoum. XIV: 3-13.
      Chairman, Physical Education Department. X: 3-27.
      Retires. XXI: 1-29.
      walk dedication, Fall '78, p. 47.
      Article on his death, Spring 1981, p. 5.

Lumley, Prof. Emeritus and Mrs. Albert E., famed "Lilac Land" subject of an article in Yankee magazine, Summer 1976, p. 27.

Lummis, John Ogden Jr. '45, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 72.

Lund, Clarence Benson ‘28 Obituary XXVII: 4-59.

Lund, Paul George '36, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 68.

Lundell, W. Thomas '50, letter from, Fall 1999, p. 43.

Lussier, Elmer R. '28, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 48.

Luttmann, Rick '61 and Gail, book is reviewed, Fall 1976, p. 29.

Lutz, John Piper '36, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 65.

Lwebuga-Mukasa, Jamson. An African Visits the South. XX: 3-2.

Lyall, Herbert J. '31, notice of death, Summer 2003, p. 89.

Lydon, Thomas Hubert Anthony '44, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 84.

Lyman, Alan Bronson '35, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 44.

Lynch, Edward Stephen '31, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 79.

Lyon, James B. '52. Elected Chairman Alumni Council. XXI: 3-18.
      Friends of Amherst Athletics honors, Winter 1977, p. 24.

Lyon, Susan E. '80, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 82.

Lyons, Elizabeth E., college receives grant from the National Science Foundation to support project directed by, Fall 1993, p. 10.

Lyster, Philip Benton '33, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 59.

Lyttle, Carol '20, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 41.

Ma, Jian, awarded a Trustee Faculty Fellowship for academic year 1995-96, Fall 1995, p. 9.
      Received grants to support research projects, Fall 1998, p. 10.

Mabel Loomis Todd Forest, The. Given to College by daughter, Mrs. Millicent Todd Bingham. XIV: 1-11.

Macalister, Bruce Barnes '48, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 50.

MacAlpine, Donald Douglas '26, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 41.

Macauley, Richard Farrington '56, obituary, Winter 1998, p. 72.

MacCammond, James Alexander Fraser Jr. '49, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 81.

MacColl, William Alexander '32, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 49.
      Group Practice and Prepayment of Medical Care. XIX: 3-38.

MacCormack, Dwight Bradburn Sr. '22, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 51.

MacDonald, Donald Case '32, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 54.

Macdonald, James Frederick '13, obituary, Summer '78, p. 68.

MacDuff, Dwight Herrick '40, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 38.

Mace, Arthur E. Jr. '38, obituary, Winter 1996, p. 77.

MacElroy , Frederic Angus '24, obituary, Summer 1982, p. 69.

Macfarlane, Noble Thomson '19, obituary, Spring 1977, p. 60.

MacGowan, Royal Edmund '17 Obituary XXVIII: 1-70.

Machala, Pavel, trustee-faculty fellowship, June '80, p. 8.

Machamer, Amy '84, story on, Fall 2001, p. 16.

MacHarg, Donald Alan '38, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 83.

Machine in the Garden, The: Technology and the Pastoral Ideal in America. Leo Marx. (Raymond D. Gozzi) XVII: 3-38.

Machlett, Raymond Robert '51, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 72.

MacInnis, Robert Murdock '44, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 39.

Macintyre, John Livinstone '46, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 77.

Mack, Alexander '34, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 89.

MacKenzie, John P. '52. Looking Forward to Military Service. VIII: 2-10.
      The Appearance of' Justice. XXVII: 2-24.

Mackey, Donald Decker '29, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 69.

Mackey, Robert Wilson Jr. '34, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 96.

Mackimmie, Alexander A. Public School Viewpoint. XI: 4-15

MacLaren, Alan R. '56, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 101.

MacLeish, Archibald. Appointed Simpson Lecturer in Literature. XVI: 3-24.
      Frost and Stone. Honorary Degree Citation. Special Issue, Fall 1963.

MacLeod, Norman Murray Jr. '33, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 76.

MacMeekin, Richard '34. obituary, Fall 1980, p. 61.

Macomber, Peter Browne '44, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 56.

Macoy, Harold Chambers Jr. '34, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 79.

MacPhillamy, Douglas John '67, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 124.

MacVicar, Donald G., Jr. III: 196

Madden, Harry C. '25, obituary, Winter 1982. p. 69.

Madden, John H., Sr. '12, obituary, Spring 1983, p. 45.

Madgic, Bob '60, book received, Winter 1998, p. 35.
      Book received, Fall 1999, p. 40.

Madgic, Robert F. '60. Relevance and the Social Studies: A Conceptual Analysis. XXVI: 2-25.

Madison, Mitchell S. '42, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 67.

Madonna of the Cello: Poems. Robert Bagg. (Walker Gibson) XIII: 4-22.

Maffly, Laurie F., awarded fellowship by the Thomas J. Watson Foundation, Spring 1982, p. 6.

Magazines in the United States, Their Social and Economic Influence. (James Playsted Wood.) II:22

Magazines in the United States. James Playsted Wood. XXIV: 1-29.

Magazines, Little. XI: 2-17

Magee, Beverly '28, obituary, Summer 1981, p. 71.

Magee, Doug '69, book is received, Spring 1981. p. 30.

Magee, Frank H., Jr. Obituary XXVII: 3-92.

Mager, Gerald M., appointed registrar of the college, Spring '78, p. 5.

Magill, Robert O. '77, obituary, Winter '79. p. 92.

Magill, Stephen E. '36, notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Magnell, Alfred Thomas '32, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 36.

Magram, Herbert Miller '47, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 89.

Magrane, John Kearns '34, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 63.

Magrane, Robert T. '39, obituary, Winter 2003, p. 90.

Mahaffie, Charles D. Jr. '52, book received, Fall 1996, p. 43.

Maher, Roger Tallman '34, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 72.

Maher, Stuart Anthony '37, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 45.

Mahler, G. Vicary '53, awarded Medal for Eminent Service, Summer 1998, p. 14.

Mahler, Maurice Otto '29, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 54.

Mahler, Sarah J. '81, book received, Fall 1996, p. 44.

Mahony, Walter Butler Jr. '36, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 64.

Mailer, Norman. presidential politics comes to the campus, June '80, p. 6.

Maine Woods, The. Joseph J. Moldenhauer, editor. XXV: 1-26.

Mainwaring, Thomas Arnold '35, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 83.

Maislen, Alan D. '72. Man's Best Friend. Letter-Poem to Dean Ward. XXII: 1-22.

Maitland, David J. '44, book is reviewed, Winter 1983, p. 22.
      book listed, Spring 1987, p. 24.

Make a Joyful Sound. Helen E. Waite. XIV: 4-26.

Making Capitalism Work. (Dexter Merriam Keezer.) IV: 165

Making of American Society: An Institutional and Intellectual History of the United States, The. Edwin C. Rozwenc. XXV: 1-26.

Making of the Canzoniere, The, and Other Petrarchan Studies. (Ernest Hatch Wilkins.) IV: 165

Makley, Mary '88, included in article on women's video documentary, Fall 1988, p. 2.

Malafronte, Victor, letter from, Fall 1994, p. 43.

Malcolm, Andrea '83. career internship program, Summer 1982, p. 6.

Malcolm, John Adams '45, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 50.

Malcolm, M. Vartan, editor. Amherst College, 1907-1957. X: 2-24.

Maley, Miller '83, youngest graduate (age 16), also was the senior with the highest academic average, Summer 1983, p. 10.

Maling, Martial D. '28, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 48.

Malinowski, Edward Joseph '64, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 93.

Malloy, James Anthony '48, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 50.
      notice of death, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.

Malone, Wren '34, obituary, Winter 1982, p. 70.

Maloney, William James '19, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 42.

Man in the News - Henry Steele Commager. XIX: 4-49.

Man Now. William S. Burford. VII: 2-24, 4-28.

Man on the Assembly Line, The. Charles R. Walker and Robert H. Guest. V: 3-119.

Man Who Hated Sherlock Holmes, The: A Life of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. James Playstod Wood. (H. W. H.) XVIII: 1-40.

Managerial Mind, The. David Ewing. (Laurence T. Mayher) XVII: 1-42.

Mandell, Daniel, book review by, Summer 1992, p. 40.

Mandrey, Willian Henry '15 Obituary XXVIII: 1-69.

Manhard, Stephen J. '33, book is received, Fall 1988, p. 31.

Mann, Alexander Cameron '26, obituary, Winter '79. p. 89.

Mann, Donald Schuyler '52, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 96.

Mannheim, Daniel '82, recipient of the first Mellon Fellowships in the Humanities, Spring 1983, p. 7.

Mannheim, Richard George Jr. '59, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 89.

Man's Best Friend. XXII: 1-22.

Man's Past; Man's Future - A Humanistic History for Tomorrow. Stephen Raushenbush. XXIV: 3-21.

Mansfield, Ralph Leslie '16 Obituary XXVIII: 3-85.

Mantelpiece, moved to the President's Office, Fall 1994, p. 9.

Manthey-Zorn, Otto, editor. Nietzsche. An Anthology of His Works. XVII: 1-44.
      Dionysus: The Tragedy of Nietzsche. IX: 3-29.
      Obituary. XVI: 3-14.
      The Consecrated Eminence V: 2-46.
      Room dedicated. V: 3-109.

Manthorne, Gordon C. '30, obituary, Summer '78, p. 70.

Manthorp, John Charles '34, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 43.

Manwell, Drs. Edward J. '25 and Claire C., Article on. XXV: 2-20.
      Amherst Life Income Gifts ad, Spring 1995, inside back cover.

Manwell, Everett Andrus '24, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 59.

Manwell, Francis Henry '29, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 75.
      The Cleveland Boys School. XIV: 4-8.

Manwell, Reginald Dickinson '19, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 37.
      Co-author. (The Church Across the Street.) II:150
      Introduction to Protozoology. XIV: 3-29.

Manwell, Richard Franklin '31, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 43.

Many, Harold Chase '15, obituary, Spring '78, p. 60.

Maraniss, James E., book is reviewed, Fall '78, p. 37.
      Faculty honor, June '79, p. 16.
      Libretto by, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 53.
      translated book by Antonio Benitez-Rojo, Fall 1993, p. 10.
      book he translated is reviewed, Fall 1998, p. 33.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 9.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 12.

Maras, Joseph T. II:198

Marathon, article on, Summer 1988, p. 10.

Marble, William Carey, Jr. '31, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 52.

Marcellino, Ralph Eugene '30, obituary, Spring 1990, p. 46.
      Translator Martial: Selected Epigrams. XXI: 3-26.

March, Allison W. Retires. X: 3-22.

March, Charles Wells '68, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 47.

March, Francis A. Credited with being first American to offer college course in Shakespeare. XVII: 2-24.

March, Joseph Moncure '20, obituary, Spring 1977, p. 61.

Marciarille, Ann Marie '82, letter from, Spring 1983, p. 68.

Marcus, Edward '35, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 64.

Marcus, H. Stanley '25, notice of death, Spring 2002, p. 89.

Marginal Cost Pricing in Practice. James R. Nelson, editor. XVII: 1-44.

Margolis, Nadia, faculty honor, June '79, p. 16.
      Awarded fellowship, Summer 1981, p. 16.

Margulis, Dan '92, included in article on students entrepreneurship, Spring 1991, p. 25.

Margulis, Robert H. '59, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 123.

Marijuana, article about, Spring 1981, p. 16.

Marinell, James Peter '68, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 104.
      letter from, Spring 1988, p. 28.

Mark Twain and The Gilded Age: The Book that Named an Era. Bryant Morey French. (Allen Guttmann) XVIII: 3-45.

Markert, Walter. Retires. XXVI: 1-21.

Market Power and Economic Welfare: An Introduction. William G. Shepherd. XXIII:2­

Markgraf, Sarah '84, book review by, Summer 1996, p. 43.

Markovich, Ronald J. Jr. '98, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 100.

Marks, E. Kenneth '42, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 114.

Marks, Eric Henry '17, obituary, June '79, p. 60.

Marks, Francis Q. '36, death notice, Fall 1996, p. 76.

Marks, John Callison '69, obituary, Fall 1981, p. 72.

Marks, Malcolm J. '36, notice of death, Summer 2000, p. 82.

Marks, Peter '56. Collector's Choice. XXIV: 4-23.

Marks, Walter '55, book received, Spring 2003, p. 36.
      Article on, Winter 2004, p. 25.

Marmee, The Mother of Little Women. (Sanford Salyer.) II:121

Marovitz, Andrew, Truman Scholar, Summer 1984, p. 57.

Married Man, A. Benjamin DeMott. XXI: 2-24.

Marsalis, Wynton, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1997, p. 13.

Marsh House, Fall 1984, p. 4.

Marsh, Allison Wilson ' 13 Obituary XXVIII: 4-12.
      Honored with degree at Washington & Jefferson. XXIII: 4-
      Physical Education at Amherst College. VII: 2-7.
      XI: 1-20

Marsh, G. Richard '38, notice of death, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.

Marsh, Harry Brooks '99. Obituary. VIII: 3-18.

Marshall, Arthur Van Cott '37, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 55.

Marshall, Donald Earle '16, obituary, June '79, p. 59.

Marshall, George '81, included in article on Swallowtail, Summer 1988, p. 12.

Marshall, J. Paull '34, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.

Marshall, John Edward '35, obituary, June '80, p. 78.

Marshall, John, Jr. '31, obituary, Fall 1984.

Marshall, Justice Thurgood, article on, Spring 1993, p. 11.

Marshall, Mark D., awarded Cottrell College Science Grant, Fall 1988, p. 13.
      Letter from, Winter 1988, p. 31.
      Received grants from the American Chemical Society and the Cottrell College Science Research Corporation, Fall 1990, p. 7.
      College receives grants from the National Science Foundation to support project directed by, Fall 1993, p. 11.
      Principal investigator for a project supported by the National Science Foundation, Fall 1993, p. 10.
      NSF awards grant to college to support project directed by, Fall 1994, p. 7.
      Paragraph on his recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 9.
      Received award, Fall 1996, p. 12.

Marshall, Peter K., awarded grant from the American Council of Learned Societies, Fall 1988, p. 13.
      Book is published, Fall 1993, p. 11.
      manuscript is published, Spring 1977, p. 5.
      Produced edition of the works of Cornelius Nepos, Spring '78, p. 9.
      Chaired search committee for new dean of the faculty. June '80 p. 5.
      Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship, June '80, p. 8.
      Co-author of a survey of Latin classics, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 53.
      Books are published, Winter 1984, p. 23.
      book is published in English/Chinese, Fall 1996, p. 12.
      Obituary, Spring 2001, p. 7.

Marshall, Prentice H., letter from, Spring 2001, p. 40.

Marshall, Roderick Dhu '24 Obituary XXVII: 4-58.
      book is reviewed, Winter 1981, p. 30.

Marshall, Roger Denton '25, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 40.

Marshall, Thurgood, speech honoring Charles Houston '15, Spring '78 p. 12.

Marsland, Allison L. '87, new assistant dean of admission, continuing for a second year as Mayo-Smith Intern in Admission, Winter 1988, p. 9.

Martial: Selected Epigrams. Ralph Marcellino, translator. XXI: 3-26.

Martial: Selected Epigrams. Rolfe Humphries, translator. XVI: 3-31.

Martian Homecoming at the All-American Revival Church. Richard Grossinger. XXVI: 4-31.

Martin, George Denman, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 58.

Martin, Harry B. '24, death notice, Summer 1996, p. 87.

Martin, Hunter L., Jr. '47, letter from, Fall 1986, p. 36.

Martin, J. Alfred, Jr. Final examination in Religion 22. X: 2-9.

Martin, J. Quinn, article by, on Mickey Berdy '78 and her life in Moscow, Summer 2004, p.23.

Martin, James A. Jr. Ways of Faith: Introduction to Religion. V: 5-200,VI: 1-21.
      Collegiate Faith -1955. VIII: 1-3.
      Appointment at Union Theological. XII: 4-22

Martin, James Gardner '13 Obituary XXVIII: 3-84.

Martin, John G., Jr. '39, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 52.

Martin, Joseph Richard '38, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 91.

Martin, Lisa, article by, on Henry Loomis, Spring 1987, p. 13.

Martin, Liz '04, article on, Summer 2004, p. 35.

Martin, Seth Richards '37, obituary, Spring 1988, p. 42.

Martin, William Mott '53, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 70.

Martinelli, S. Thomas '46, career internship program, Summer 1982, p. 6.

Martinez, Ana M., appointed assistant dean of admission, Fall 1986, p. 14.

Martinez, Vilma S., received honorary degree, Summer 1983, p. 15-16.

Martyn, Jill '95, book received, Summer 2001, p. 35.

Marx Brothers at the Movies, The. Paul D. Zimmerman. XXII: 2-33.

Marx, Anthony W., is 18th President of Amherst College, Winter 2003, inside front cover.
      Interview with Stacey Schmeidel, Summer 2003, p. 14.
      Inaugural address by, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 10. 2004
      Commencement Address, Summer 2004, p. 12.

Marx, John '31, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Marx, Leo, editor. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Mark Twain. XIX: 3-41.
      Summer '79, p. 25.
      Chapel speech following assassination of Martin Luther King. XX: 4-23.
      Heads Ad Hoc Committee concerning Negro students. XX: 4-23.
      The College and The Hobgoblin. XIII: 1-2.
      Introduction to College, An - "The Disclosure of Mystery". The Humanities. XIII: 2-7.
      Wins Guggenheim Followship. XVIII: 1-36.
      The Machine in the Garden: Technology and the Pastoral Ideal in America. XVII: 3-38.

Maryland Adventure. John C. Long. VIII: 4-25.

Mason, Alpheus Thomas. Harlan Fiske Stone: Pillar of the Law. IX: 3-29.

Mason, Appleton Adams Jr. '34, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 96.

Mason, Ben '62, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 55.

Mason, Charles Frederick '43, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 97.

Mason, Ulysses Grant Jr. '29, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 67.

Mason, William Vroman '27, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 54.

Masonjones, Heather, story of research featured in New York Times, Fall 1998, p. 10.

Masoudi, Gerald F. '90, book review by, Winter 1996, p. 35.

Masquers and Glee Club. XI: 2-17, 3-19

Masquers. At the Folger. I:9
      VII: 1-23, 2-19
      Beggar's Opera. V: 4-151.
      Cymbeline VI: 4-17.
      Hamlet. III: 153
      Julius Caesar. I:9
      The Lady's Not For Burning. IV: 204
      The Late George Apley. VI: 1-12.
      Man and Superman, 3-23
      Nostia. X: 1-22.
      Oedipus Rex.XXVI: 2-17.
      Othello; VIII: 2-20
      Red Two. IV: 160
      Romeo and Juliet. X: 4-15.
      The Survivors. X: 3-19.
      Summer Theatre. XX: 1-22.
      The Tempest. IV: 113
      The Time of Your Life. III: 112
      To Folger in Hamlet. XXV: 3-19.
      The Wind Was North. II:107

Massachusetts Review, The. Contributors from Amherst College. XVIII: 3-47.

Massaro, Rev. Thomas S. J. '83, letter from, Spring 1998, p. 37.
      Letter from, Spring 1999, p. 34.
      Book received, Spring 2000, p. 34.

Massee, John Groo '44, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 85.

Massey, Harold '80, student demonstration, June '79, p. 6.

Massey, Robert Keiser '37, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 80.

Massey, Walter E., awarded honorary degree, Summer 1992, p. 10.

Masutani, Hideo '24, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 61.

Matching Gift Programs. XIV: 4-26.

Matching Gifts from Corporations. XII: 2-16

Mathematics, applied, inaugural remarks on, by JHG, December '79, p. 2.

Mathews, Frederick John '18, obituary, Winter 1982, p. 69.

Matsuyama, Yoshinori, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1987, p. 10.

Matter of Life: Philosophical Problems of Biology, The. Michael Simon. XXIV: 2-30

Mattern, Roy Briscoe Jr. '33, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 59.

Matteson, Silas Sterling '46, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 82.

Matthew Arnold. Fraser Neiman. XXI: 4-25.

Matthias, William Park '43, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 81.

Matthiessen, F. O. The Achievement of T. S. Eliot. XI: 3-25

Matthiessen, F.O.: The Critical Achievement Giles Gunn XXVIII: 4-

Mattingly, Robert Nicholas '06, obituary, Summer '77, p. 62.

Mattox, Charlene, "Older Students at Amherst," Fall/Winter 1983-84, cover & p. 8.

Mattson, Jennifer A. '96, article by, on college life, Winter 1994, p. 23.
      Article by, on the inner workings of the physical plant, Spring 1994, p. 24.
      article by, on student hang-outs, Fall 1994, p. 25.
      Article by, on being a tour guide at the Emily Dickinson Homestead, Spring 1995, p. 29.
      Article by, Summer 1996, p. 31.

Matuszeski, Janina '97, recipient of a Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship in Mathematics and the Natural Sciences, Summer 1995, p. 4.
      Article on, Spring 1998, p. 14.

Mauldon, James G., contributed Christmas Chess Problem to London Sunday Times, Winter 1977. p. 5.

Mauldon, Prof. James, article on his death, Summer 2002, p. 5.

Maurer, Barry David '59, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 63.

Maurer, Evan Maclyn '66, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1996, p. 11.
      book is reviewed, June '79, p. 32.

Maurer, Shawn Lisa '82, book review by, Fall 1998, p. 35.
      awarded Keasbey Memorial Foundation Scholarship, Spring 1982, p. 6.

Max Weber's Political Ideas in the Perspective of Our Time. Karl Loewenstein. XIX: 3-41.

Maxson, David E. '50, obituary, Summer 1996, p. 91.

Maxson, Edgar P., Jr. '52, obituary, Spring 2003, p. 89.

Maxson, John W. Jr. '48, article on, Winter 2000, p. 20.
      Obituary, Summer 2002, p. 97.
      book review by, Spring 1991, p. 35.

Maxson, Richard E.S. '50 Obituary XXVIII: 4-60.

Maxson, Webster P. '39, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 116.

Maxson, William E. '40 Obituary XXVIII: 3-88.

Maxwell, Glyn, book received, Winter 1999, p. 36.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 1999, p. 37.

Maxwell, James Ackley Jr. '49, obituary, Fall 1996, p. 82.

Maxwell, John Rogers III ‘28, obituary, Summer 1981, p. 71.

Maxwell, Stephen E. '00, included in article on research students, Fall 1997, p. 18.

Maxwell, W. Hugh '37, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 68.

May, Donald E. '46, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 92.

May, Fred Stacy '19, obituary, Spring 1981, p. 59.

May, George B. '46, Winter '78, p. 7.
      Succeeds Hertzfeld as College Treasurer, Winter 1981, p. 5.
      Treasurer of the College, Spring 1981, p. 6.
      Fall 1981, p. 3.
      notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.

May, Robert Spencer Jr. '39, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 45.

May, Robert, book is reviewed, Summer 1981, p. 32.
      book review by, Summer 1997, p. 41.
      interviewed by Canadian Educational Television, Fall 1988, p. 13.
      Book he edited is reviewed, Winter 1989, p. 25.

Mayer, Richard Louis '33, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 62.

Mayer, Roger '58, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 73.

Mayer, Stanley Lawrence '39, notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.
      Obituary, Summer 1999, p. 81.

Mayers, Warren T. '19, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 29.

Mayher, John '26, obituary, December '79, p. 68.

Mayher, Laurence Thompson '30, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 45.

Mayhew, David R. '58, book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.
      book received, Winter 2001, p. 40.
      Party Loyalty and Congressmen: The Difference Between Democrats and Republicans. XX: 1-32.

Mayhew, Edgar deNoailles '35, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 55.
      book is reviewed, Fall 1981, p. 32.

Maynard, Robert O. '02. Obituary. XXII: 2-21.

Maynard, Robert W. '48, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 116.

Maynard, Thomas E. '72, Fall '77, p. 56.

Mayo, Frederick Breed '38, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 90.

Mayo, Henry Rogers, Jr. '35, obituary, Fall 1981, p. 70.

Mayo, John Caldwell Calhoun '23, obituary, Summer 1980, p. 62.

Mayo-Smith Fellowship. XV: 4-21.

Mayo-Smith Grant. Fellowship given to Jonathan C. Huberth. XIX: 2-38.
      Frank J. Greve named assistant to Dean of Admission. XX: 2-30.

Mayo-Smith House, Fall 1984, p. 4-5.

Mayo-Smith Room. IV: 111

Mayo-Smith Teaching Grant. IX: 1-30; X: 1-22.

Mayo-Smith, Richard '44, letter from, Fall 1987, p. 31.

Mayo-Smith, Richmond. II:137

Mayo-Smith, Richmond. Literacy Village, Lucknow, India. XVII: 4-6.

Mazur, Michael '57, article on, Fall 1997, p. 10.
      XI: 1-14
      Artist. Robert Kramer. XVII: 1-21.

McAfee, Robert '43, book is received, Spring 1981, p. 29.

McAllister, John T. '31. Obituary XXVII: 1-60.

McArthur, Francis S. Jr. '36, death notice, Fall 1998, p. 65.

McBride, John Hammond '26, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 46.

McBride, Lyman Barstow '32, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 64.

McBride, Sabina '94, included in article on students entrepreneurship, Spring 1991, p.25.

McCabe, Benjamin. Named Director of Athletics. XXIII: 1-32.

McCaffrey, Michael James '83, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 36.

McCandless, Thomas Harris '20, obituary, Winter 1983, p. 60.

McCann, David R. '66, letter from, Fall 1989, p. 29.
      letter from, Fall 2001, p. 38.
      book is reviewed,  Winter  1982,  p.  28. 

McCarthy, David '82, selected to play in the N.E. Collegiate All-Star Game, picked in the professional baseball draft by Cleveland Indians, Summer 1982, p. 23. 

McClay, Mr. and Mrs. John B. '54, included in Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Summer 2000, inside back cover.

McClay, Tyler '85, fundraising drive for Africa,  Summer  1985,  p.  2. 

McCleary, Thomas Francis '29, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 44.

McClellan, Richard Marshall '38, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 72.

McClelland,  James  '60,  book is received, Spring 1981,  p.  30. 

McClelland, George Thomas  '36, obituary,  Summer  1983,  p.  59. 

McCloy papers, College receives, Spring 1990, p. 2.

McCloy, John J. '16, "The Law and Public Service," Fall ’77, p. 5.
      Memorial service for Julian H. Gibbs. Winter 1983, p. 2
      Professorship named, Spring 1983, p. 5-6.   
      Ford Foundation. XI: 2-17
      On Cole Administration. XII: 1-3
      "A Certain Electricity Was Always Generated…" (Appraisal of Alexander Meiklejohn) XVII: 3-14.
      obituary, Spring 1989, p. 2.
      A service in remembrance of, Summer 1989, p. 7.
      To Meet the Need. Amherst Capital Program. XV: 2-14.
      Elected life member Trustee. VII: 1-22.
      Retires from Board. XXI: 3-17.
      II:16; II:109
      Mercy His Hallmark. XIII: 3-21.
      Named commissioner on disarmament by President Kennedy. XIII: 4-8.
      Thin Skin of Prestige, The. Address at inauguration of President Plimpton. XIII: 3-9.
      Board Chairman, Trustees. IX: 1-4
      Discusses “Suez and the Middle East”. X: 1-7.
      Introduces Dr. Meiklejohn. X: 1-3.
      To address Alumni Council V: 2-58;
      Report of speech V: 3-112.
      The Challenge to American Foreign Policy. VI: 4-25.

McClure, James Focht '13, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 60.

McClure, Stewart E. '35, death notice, Spring 1995, p. 66.

McCollum, Donald Carruth '30, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 48.

McCollum, Robert S. III: 148

McCollum, Robert Stuart '38, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 45.

McCombs, Richard '69, article by, on the Jenny D, Spring 1997, p. 13.

McConville, Francis Joseph '24, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 69.

McCord, David. Alembic in Limbo: A College Dialogue. XV: 4-14.

McCormick,  Richard Elmore  '36, obituary,  Summer  1980,  p.  63. 

McCormick, Charles G. '37, letter from, Fall 1995, p. 44.

McCormick, Henry Watters '34, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 55.

McCoy, Donald R. Calvin Coolidge, The Quiet President. XX: 3-35.

McCoy, Robert Kay Woods '30, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 61.

McCready, William Brown '39, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 63.

McCreary,  Thomas Donald  '25, obituary, Spring 1981,  p.  60.

McCreary, Robert Grosvenor '40, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 70.

McCrum, Douglas  Stuart  '16, obituary, Winter  1985,  p.  31. 

McCune, William,  Jr.  '28, obituary, Winter  1977,  p.  82. 

McCurdy, Wendy '81, article on, Spring 2001, p. 26.

McCuskey, Charles Lynne '32, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 56.

McDaniel, John Shepherd Jr. '37, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 52.

McDermott, John Richard '37, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 39.

McDermott, John William Jr. '50, obituary, Winter 1998, p. 72.

McDonald, Angus William '65, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 75.

McDonald, Frank Moore '31, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 54.

McDonald, Gabrielle Kirk, received honorary degree, Summer 2001, p. 10.

McDonald, John R. '48, death notice, Winter 1998, p. 67.

McDougall, Walter A.  '68,  book is reviewed,  Summer  '79,  p.  44. 

McDougall, Dugald George '64, awarded Medal for Eminent Service, Fall 1989, p. 31.

McDougall, George  '64,  received Distinguished Service Award,  Fall 1981,  p.  7. 

McDougall, Walter A. '68, book is reviewed, Winter 1994, p. 38.
      book is reviewed, Winter 1998, p. 32.

McDowell, John Kingsley Boardman '38, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 53.

McDowell, John L. III '60, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 102.

McDuffie, Haywood  '78, Commencement,  Summer  '78,  p.  7. 

McEvoy, Charles Dillon Jr. '41, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 50.

McFarland, Patrice, letter from, Summer 1993, p. 47.

McFarlane, Cameron, book review by, Winter 1998, p. 33.

McFeely, William C. '20 Obituary XXVII: 3-88.

McFeely, William S. '52, book received, Fall 2000, p. 41.
      letter from, Winter 1986, p. 30.
      received honorary degree, Book is reviewed, Summer 1982, p. 24.  Summer  1982,  p.  11-12. 
      Yankee Stepfather: General O.O. Howard and the Freedmen. XXI: 4-26.

McGarrahan, Francis Carlisle '18, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 68.

McGee, Allen Horton '29, obituary, Spring 1990, p. 46.

McGeoch, Catherine, co-editor of book published, Fall 1994, p. 7.
      Book received, Summer 1994, p. 44.
      Book she co-edited received, Spring 2000, p. 33.
      NSF makes award to support project, Fall 1991, p. 5.

McGeoch, Profs. Catherine and Lyle, two of the winners of the annual trivia bee held to raise money for local schools (photo of), Fall 2002, p. 6.

McGeorge, Donald R. '38, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 69.

McGeorge, Douglas  '32,  received Distinguished Service Award,  Fall 1982,  p.  7. 

McGeorge, Howard Douglas '32, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 70.

McGinley, William Joseph '45, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 93.

McGirr, Francis William Jr. '55, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 50.

McGlinn, John,  Jerome Kern revivals, Winter  1984,  p.  5 &  22. 

McGoun, Ralph C. '27, included in article on Archives, Winter 1986, p. 18.
      Awarded Medal for Eminent Service, Fall 1987, p. 12.
      Obituary, Fall 1988, p. 5.
      Retires. XXIV: 1-22.

McGowan, Charles Batchelor '17, obituary, Spring 1988, p. 39.

McGrady, James P. '37, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

McGrath,  Thomas  Edmund  '25, obituary,  Winter  '79,  p.  89. 

McGrath, Francis Emmet '24 Obituary XXVIII: 4-59.

McGrath, John Francis '38, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 52.

McGrath, John Williams '51, letter from, Summer 1993, p. 46.

McGuire,  Michael Robert  '74, obituary,  Summer  1985,  p.  34. 

McGurl, Thomas Joseph Jr. '37, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 70.

McHenry,  Donald F., honorary degree citation, Summer  1980,  p.  12. 

McIlroy, Robert G. '37, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 66.

McInerney,  John Walter  'II, obituary,  Summer  '77,  p.  63. 

McInnes, Bruce G., concert tour, Summer  '77,  p.  23. 
      Fall '77, p. 24.

McIntosh, Walter H. '37, notice of death, Fall 2002, p. 85.

McIntyre, Harry J. '27, death notice, Spring 1995, p. 66.

McKallagat, Daniel L. '37, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 68.

McKay, Betsy  '82,  article by,  on  ILS Program,  Summer  1982,  p.  35-36. 

McKay, Donald C. XI: 1-19;
      Obituary XI: 4-23

McKean, Robert J., Jr. '50, alumni trustee, Summer Visits Doshisha, Winter '78, p. 6.
      Presidential Search, Winter '79, p. 10.  '77,  p.  6. 
      JHG is chosen as 'the right person' for Amherst, June '79, p. 2.
      Trustee biography, June '80, p. 14.
      Fundraising drive for $43 million, Fall 1980, p. 3.
      Jenkins Hall, Summer 1981, p. 5.
      Presidential Search Committee, Winter 1983, p. 2.
      Elected Alumni Trustee. XXIII: 4-15.
      Elected president of Alumni Council. XXII: 1-27.
      elected term trustee, Fall 1976, p. 3.
      Succeeds Allan S. Lerner as chairman of the Alumni Fund. XVIII: 2-35.

McKean, Walter Addison '34, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 63.

McKechnie, John P., Jr. '77, Hitchcock Fellow in Physical Education, Spring 1977, p. 6.
      to succeed Ostendarp as head coach, Spring 1992, p. 3.
      New head football coach, Summer 1992, p. 34.
      Resigns, Winter 1993, p. 31.

McKenna, Francis Clifford '29, obituary, Spring 1981, p. 61.

McKenna, John William '60, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 102.

McKenney, Ned Burr '37, obituary, Summer 1981, p. 74.

McKeon, Newton Felch '26, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 59.
      Article on his death, Fall 1990, p. 3.
      (Charles Richard Drew, '26.) II:184
      Retires. XXIII: 1-23.

McKey, Douglas E. '40, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 53.

McKinstry, Robert C. J. '37, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 93.

McLaughlin, Brian '78, senior class exercises, Summer '78, p. 7.

McLaughlin, James Raymond '40, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 46.

McLaughry, DeOrmond (Tuss). Obituary XXVII: 3-7.
      The Best Player I Ever Coached. V: 4-146.

McLaughry, John J. II:190

McLean, Donald Holman, Jr. '32, honorary degree citation, Summer '77, p. 10.
      Obituary, Winter 1984, p. 32.
      Heads Lahey Clinic Foundation. XVII: 3-29.

McLean, J. Alan. Assistant chaplain. IX: 4-31.

McLean, Robert Hopkins '59, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 101.

McLeavy, Charles G., letter from, Winter 1981, p. 29.

McLennan, Alexander Bartlett '43, obituary, Summer 1983, p. 60.

McLeod, David G. '81, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 125.

McLeod, Norman Bruce '45, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 63.

McMullen, Dan Drewry '53, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 70.

McMullen, Drew '92, project director for two historic ships, Spring 2000, p. 4.

McMullin, Robert Drummond '42, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 53.

McMurphy, Charles H. '52, obituary, Summer 1996, p. 92.

McNall, Freeman Lamont '29, obituary, Spring '79, p. 62.

McNally, James Frank '30, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 48.

McNamara, Frank Gilbert '20, obituary, December '79, p. 66.

McNamara, Keith '50, letter from, Fall 1996, p. 47.

McNamara, Robert S. Controversy over honorary degree being awarded. XIX: 1-2.
      Letters and Comment concerning walkout. XIX: 1-8, 3-36.
      Letters of Michael A. Simon, and others, concerning honorary degree controversy. XIX: 2-30.
      delivered two lectures at the College, Summer 1987, p. 19.
      Article by, excerpts from his lectures, Summer 1987, p. 21.
      Letters on, regarding article, Fall 1987, p. 31 & 32.

McNeil, Genna Rae, book is reviewed, Fall 1985, p. 28-29.

McNeill, Charles Raymond '35, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 60.

McPherson, George Edwin, Jr. '36, obituary, Fall 1981, p. 70.

McPherson, Mary Patterson, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1999, p. 11.
      new trustee, Summer 1986, p. 5.

McQuillen, Elizabeth, named assistant to the treasurer, June '79, p. 12.

McTernan, Everett F. '15, obituary, Winter ‘78, p. 85.

McTernan, Francis Joseph '35, obituary, Fall 1996, p. 78.

McTernan, John T. Alumni College 1966. Terras Irradient. XIX: 3­inside front cover.

Me and Frumpet: An Adventure with Size and Science. Evans G. Valens. X: 4-19.

Meacham , Colquitt. appointed associate Dean XXVIII: 4-3.
      appointed associate dean of students, Summer 1976, p. 19.
      Fall '77, p. 21.

Mead Art Building. 1:6
      Opening. III: 6

Mead Art Gallery Acquisitions. XI: 1-11, 3-20
      Bicentennial Exhibition, Summer 1976, p. 20.

Mead Art Museum, attendance records broken, Summer 1995, p. 6.
      Receives IMLS grant, Winter 2000, p. 5.
      Reopening of, Spring 2001, p. 2.
      Displays the Beier Collection of Yoruba textiles, Spring 2004, p. 4.
      commemorates bicentennial of French Revolution with exhibition,Winter 1989, p. 8.
      Ash Can School exhibit. XV: 3-28.
      Exhibit of Pop Art. XVII: 3-32.
      Exhibit of portraits of Amherst family. Terras Irradient. XX: 2-inside front cover.
      Two new paintings acquired: Portrait of Robert Frost, by James Chapin, and "Adoration of the Magi", by San di Pietro. XIV: 1-21.
      Rubens' "Charity" new major acquisition. XIV: 3-23.

Mead Art postcards. XXVIII: 4-14.

Mead, William Rutherford-Class of '67. (Stanley King.) 1:6

Meader, Dwight Derek '74, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 89.

Meaker, Lawton Stephen Ford '41, obituary, Spring 1988, p. 43.
      notice of death, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.

Mealand, Arthur John Jr. '13, obituary, Spring 1988, p. 39.

Meaning of Shakespeare, The. (Harold C. Goddard.) IV: 19

Means, David H. '50, letter from, Summer 1998, p. 37.

Mechaber, Hyman Edward '45, obituary, Winter '80, p. 96.

Mechta, James '49, remembrance of Summer 2004, p. 120.

Medal for Eminent Service. XI: 1-9

Medelman, James K. '59, notice of death, Summer 2002, p. 91.

Medical Missionary, Robert S. Brown. XVI: 3-32.

Medicine and Education. George Packer Berry. XIII: 3-12.

Meditations. Lawrence MacColl Horton. X: 3-28.

Meehan, Henry S. Jr. '50, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 118.

Meek, Dudley H. Jr. '52, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 119.

Meek, Howard F. '28, notice of death, Summer 2003, p. 89.

Meeker, Leonard C. U. S. Policy. (The Future of Sino-American Relations) XX: 4-2.

Meeker, Richard H. '70, book is reviewed, Spring 1984, p. 68-69.

Meeker, The Honorable Leonard '37, guest speaker at Prof. Craig's retirement party, Fall 1985, p. 3.

Meerovich, Alexander '87, "Living in freedom: Soviet emigre students at Amherst," Summer 1984, p. 14-16 & 57.
      Truman Scholar. Fall 1985, p. 23.

Meet Calvin Coolidge: The Man Behind the Myth. Edited with an introduction by Edward Connery Latham. (H. W. H.) XIII: 1-27.

Megargee, Edwin I. Research in Chemical Assessment. XIX: 4-32.

Megathlin, Gerrard R. '25, death notice, Spring 1995, p. 66.

Mehr, J. Tracy, Summer '77, p. 3.
      Guest speaker at Sport Historian Symposium. Spring '78, p. 9.
      Book review by, Spring ‘78 p. 34.
      tribute to retirement, Summer 2001, p. 8.
      article on, Fall 1990, p. 26.

Mehta, Prof. Uday Singh, news of, Fall 2002, p. 8.

Meier, Adolphus G., Jr. '51. Sealing for an Education. VI: 4-12.

Meiklejohn, Alexander. "A Certain Electricity Was Always Generated…" John J. McCloy.
      Obituary. XVII: 3-12.
      Tribute by Calvin R. Plimpton at memorial service. XVII: 3-inside front cover.
      Article on his academic philosophy. XXIII: 4-7.
      Fall '77, p. 5.
      “The Story in the Meiklejohn Files--Part I," Fall 1982, p. 8-15 & 28-31
      Book by, Fall 1982, p. 33.
      "The Story in the Meiklejohn Files--Part II," Spring 1983, p. 8-13, 16, 53-57 & 63-65.
      Letters about, Spring 1983, p. 67.
      Returns to college to address Society of the Alumni. X: 1-3, 5.

Meiklejohn, J. Stuart '18, obituary, Fall 1982, p. 70.

Melcher, James Bartlett '09 Obituary XXVIII: 2-59.

Melhorn, William H. '43, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Melick, Edwin Farlee '54, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 86.

Meller, Irwin Ira '39, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 78.

Mellitz, Bernard '34, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 60.

Mellon Foundation, Amherst receives grant from, Fall 1988, p. 7.
      College receives grant from, to help faculty make more effective use of World Wide Web materials, Spring 1998, p. 8.

Melzig, Alfred Frederick '33, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 43.

Memhard, Scott '78, article by, on the "Capture the Flag Game," Summer 1976, p. 25.

Memorial Field. I:12

Memorial Foundation. (Drew.) II:185

Memories of Amherst Music. Robert McAfee Brown. XXVI: 3-17.

Mendez, Yvette C. '84, notice of death, Summer 1999, p. 78.

Meneely, Henry Tucker '28, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 47.

Meningitis, strikes on campus, Spring 1995, p. 7.

Menzies, Gordon Campbell '42. obituary, Spring 1985, p. 38.

Merchant, Ely Othman, Jr. '34, obituary, Summer 1983. p. 59.

Merchant, William R. '39, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 94.

Mercy His Hallmark -John Jay McCloy. XIII: 3-21.

Meredith, Burgess '31, article on his death, Fall 1997, p. 7.
      Obituary, Winter 1998, p. 68.  

Meriam, Richard S. '27H, obituary, Fall '77, p. 62.

Merit scholarship trend, Gerety questions, Summer 1998, p. 4.

Merlin, William Loring Jr. '76, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 98.

Mermelstein, David '55, book received, Spring 1977, p. 31.
      editor Economics: Mainstream Readings and Radical Critiques. XXIII: 2-29.
      ed. The Economic Crisis Reader. XXVIII: 1-28.

Merrick, Charles L. '24, death notice, Fall 1995, p. 66.

Merrick, Miner William '27, obituary, Winter '80, p. 94.

Merrick, Theodore Parker '29, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 54.

Merrill Center for Economics. Suspending operations. XIV: 4-18.
      Willard L. Thorp named director. V: 1-13.
      Plans for V: 4-149;
      More Plans V: 5-199.
      Dedication and report of first session. VI: 2-4.
      Report VII: 1-22.
      Report of second season VII: 2-19.

Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Beane. To become Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith. X: 3-15.

Merrill Place. IX: 2-18.

Merrill School of Economics. IV: 146

Merrill, Charles E. '08. Presents $300,000 for faculty apartments. VIII: 3-12.

Merrill, Charles E. Chair. III: 107

Merrill, Charles E. IV: 146

Merrill, Charles Edward. Obituary. IX: 2-2.

Merrill, Earl Whittemore '27, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 41.

Merrill, James Ingram '47, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 71.
      awarded national poetry prize by the Library of Congress, Winter 1990, p. 3.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1994, p. 33.
      Braving the Elements. XXV: 2-25.
      Wins Bollingen Poetry Prize. XXV: 3-9.
      The Immortal Husband. VII: 4-28
      "Short Stories." VII: 3-31.
      wins Pullitzer, Spring 1977, p. 31.
      Class day exercises, Summer 1980, p. 9.
      Books by, Spring 1983, p. 60.
      Article on his death, Spring 1995, p. 4.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 2001, p. 30.
       (First Poems.) III: 202
      The Seraglio. IX: 4-32.

Merrill, Oliver Boutwell Jr. '25, received honorary degree at Commencement, Summer 1976, p. 7.
      elected trustee emeritus, Fall 1976, p. 3.
      obituary, Spring 1985, p. 2-3.
      Elected alumni trustee. VI: 1-2.
      Named Chairman of Board of Trustees. XXI: 3-17.
      Appointed life trustee. XIV: 4-17.

Merrill, Randolph Seaman '13 Obituary XXVIII: 1-69.

Merrill, William F. '31, notice of death, Summer 2001, p. 90.
      Culture Walla. VI: 4-6.

Merritt, Amina '80, accepted memorial bust of Drew, Fall 1980, p. 8.

Merritt, Floyd S. '51, retires, Summer 1994, p. 12.

Merritt, Robert Maxwell, Jr. '30, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 70.

Merryman, Richard Wright '34, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 55.

Mersereau, J. Warren '37, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 112.

Mersereau, Jones Wilder ‘09 Obituary XXVIII: 2-59.

Mersereau, Roland William '40, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 81.

Mersereau, Wilder Bryant '33, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 86.

Merson, John C. '66, book is received, Spring 1981, p. 30.

Merson, Michael Howard '66, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1996, p. 11.
      article on, Spring 1994, p. 15.

Merullo, Roland, book received, Spring 2003, p. 33.

Merves, Edward H. '71, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 110.
      obituary, Winter 2004, p. 125.

Merwin, Lewis Harry '43, obituary, Spring 1990, p. 50.

Meryon Etchings. II:103

Merz, Howard B. '22, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 30.

Meschter, Emery '30, letter from, Fall 1986, p. 36.
      Letter from, Winter 1993, p. 38.
      obituary, Fall 1994, p. 59.

Meserve, Basil Graham '31, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 49.

Messier, Rodolph Julian '31, obituary, Spring 1983, p. 49.

Messler, Joseph Dicus '35, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 52.

Messud, Claire, news of, Fall 2002, p. 8.

Metaphysics: Readings and Reappraisals. W. E. Kennick and Morris Lazerowitz, editors. (Patterson Brown) XIX: 1-40.

Metaxas, Mentor L. '43, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 96.

Metcalf, Robert Drayton '17 Obituary XXVIII: 3-85.

Metcalf, Robert K. '21, death notice, Spring 1997, p. 72.

Metcalf, Thomas R. '55, book is received, Spring 1981, p. 29.
      The Aftermath of Revolt: India 1857-1870. XVII: 3-36.

Metcalf, William G. '42, notice of death, Spring 2001, p. 89.

Metcalfe, Philip E. '68, obituary, Winter 2003, p. 98.
      book is reviewed, Fall 1990, p. 28.

Metz, William Conrad '43, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 98.

Meunch, Norbert W. '41, letter from, Spring 1996, p. 40.

Mexican Liberalism in the Age of Mora, 1821-1853. Charles A. Hale. XXII: 2-33.

Meyer, C.E. Jr. '50. ramed President of TWA. XXVIII: 3-8.

Meyer, Henry S. '36, death notice, Fall 1997, p. 75.

Meyer, James Jr. '69, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 91.

Meyer, Walter Charles '35, obituary, Winter 1998, p. 70.

Meyers, Arthur H. Jr. '41, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 90.

Meyers, Bennett '38, obituary, Summer 1985, p. 32.

Meyers, Perry Hirsh '32, obituary, Summer 1996, p. 88.

Mezzacappa, Antonio L. '24, death notice, Fall 1995, p. 66.

Michael Mazur: Artist. Robert Kramer. XVII: 1-21.

Michael, James E. IV: 160

Michael, James Elder '32, obituary, Winter 1998, p. 69.

Michel, Arthur G. '63, notice of death, Winter 2001, p. 88.

Michell, Charles Willis '38, obituary, Summer 1996, p. 88.

Michener, William H. ’18 Obituary XXVIII: 4-58

Middle Class Culture in Elizabethan England. Louis B. Wright. XI: 3-27

Middle East Reunions. Humphrey Walz. XIV: 3-8.

Middle East, debate on between Seelye and Levin, Fall 1982, p. 3-4.

Middlebrook, Diane Wood, article by, on Anne Sexton, Fall 1992, p. 28.

Middleton, Herbert Hunter Jr. '50, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 90.

Middleton, Herbert Randolph '29, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 47.

Middleton, Robert Avery '17, obituary, Winter 1977, p. 80.

Midgley, Malcolm C. ’15 Obituary XXVII: 1-57

Midst the Golden Haze of College Days. William H. Pritchard. XXIII: 1-11.

Milch, Alexander L. '29, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Milheim, Irvine G., Jr. '56, letter from, Fall 1986, p. 36.

Military Service. III: 59; 109; 152

Milkey, Robert Filion '33, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 46.

Mill on the Dan: A History of Dan River Mills 1882-1950. Robert Sidney Smith. George Rogers Tayler XIII: 4-21.

Millane, Paul L. '32 Obituary XXVII: 1-60.

Millard, Stephen Hopkins '25, obituary, December '79, p. 67.

Miller, Lloyd W. ’19, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 35.

Miller, Alan '82, speaker at Commencement, Summer 1982, p. 7.

Miller, Albert Arthur, Jr. '38, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 53.

Miller, Amois Milton '35 Obituary XXVII: 4-60.

Miller, Arthur Parquet '46, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 77.

Miller, Cathy '94, included in article on Amherst Women in Science, Spring 1992, p. 13.

Miller, Christopher '90, article by, on Coretta Scott King visit, Summer 1988, p. 2.
      Article by, on Soviet students at Amherst, Winter 1988, p. 3.
      Article by, on corporate recruiters, Summer 1990, p. 2.
      Article by, on considering graduate school, Fall 1991, p. 22.
      Article by, on Elaine Perlov '91, Spring 1994, p. 20.
      article by, on Dr. Drew Pinsky '80, Winter 1995, p. 20.
      Book review by, Summer 1995, p. 35.
      Article by, on summer camps, Fall 1998, p. 18.
      Book review by, Winter 2000, p. 32.

Miller, Cornelius Finch '38, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 97.

Miller, Craig H. '50, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 98.

Miller, Curtis Stuart '26, obituary, June '80, p. 76.

Miller, Dan B. '85, book is reviewed, Winter 1996, p. 33.

Miller, David Clarke '79, obituary, vlinter 1985, p. 36.

Miller, Donald Knox '27, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 42.

Miller, Frank Williams '28, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 62.

Miller, Harry '50, reunion gift, Summer 1980, p. 6.

Miller, Jed '88 and Longsworth, Rob '99, article by, on the Responding Together project, Spring 2003, p. 2l.

Miller, John M. '31, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 67.

Miller, Joy Saunders '85, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 126.

Miller, Larry '75, article on, Summer 1990, p. 10.

Miller, Lewis H. Jr. '60, letter from, Spring 2003, p. 38.

Miller, Lloyd James '77, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 71.

Miller, Peter '62, book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.

Miller, Philip Benjamin '30, obituary, Spring 1982, p. 60.

Miller, Richard McCord '43, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 67.

Miller, Richard W. '65, book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.

Miller, Samuel Detwiler Jr. '39, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 77.

Miller, Spencer, Jr. '12. Obituary. XXI: 3-31.

Miller, Spencer. III: 14

Miller, Stephen C. '53, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 84.

Miller, Taulman Allaire, Jr. '31, obituary, Spring 1977. p. 62.

Miller, Wesley A. Looney '39, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 51.

Miller, William E. Jr. '45, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 78.

Miller, William Melbourne '17, obituary, Spring 1981, p. 59.

Millet, Fred Benjamin '12, obituary, Summer '77, p. 63.

Millett, Fred B. (Reading Poetry, Reading Fiction, Reading Drama.) III: 65

Millett, Fred B. Professor: Problems and Rewards in College Teaching. XIII: 4-21.

Millington, George H. M.D. '42, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 64.

Mills, Campbell '45, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 73.

Mills, Nathaniel '38, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 112.

Milne, Douglas D. Jr. '45, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 117.

Milton, Etta Patricia (Johnson) '87, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 80.

Milton, William Dawson '30, obituary, Spring 1982, p. 60.

Milton's Epic Process: Paradise Lost and Its Miltonic Background. Christopher Grose. XXVI: 4-30.

Miner, James Selden '35, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 47.

Miner, Maude, article on, Spring 1991, p. 28.
      Retires. Maude :Miner Day. XIX: 4-19.

Minerals for Atomic Energy. Robert D. Nininger. VIII: 3-31.

Minister: Man in the Middle. John B. Coburn. (Lewis S. Mudge) XVI: 1-35.

Minnick, Bruce Morrill '40, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 83.

Minnick, Daniel Cornelius '37, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 70.

Minnick, John B. '35, letter from, Winter '78, p. 32.

Minority Investment. Richard A. Leland. XXII: 2-13.

Minority Mentoring Program, Summer 1990, p. 5.

Minty, John P. '49, notice of death, Spring 2004, p. 111.

Mintz, Jerome '64, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 41.

Mirick, Chris '95, included in article on Tyler Cabin, Fall 1992, p. 4.

Misanthrope, The . Translated into English verse. Richard Wilbur. VIII: 3-32.

Mishkin, Henry G. (Musical Culture in the United States.) IV: 104
      Fulbright award. III: 56
      Music at Amherst. XXVI: 1-7.
      Music Instrution at Amherst. IX: 3-6.
      Stray Notes, Some Musical. XXVIII: 2-16.
      article by. "Bartok at Amherst," Winter '78, p. 14.
      book review by, Winter 1988, p. 28.
      article on his death, Summer 1994, p. 8.

Missionary Collection at the Pratt Museum of Natural History, souvenirs from alumni sent back to campus from foreign lands, Fall 2002, p. 10.

Mitchell, Arnold '40, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 34.

Mitchell, Charles E. '1899', article on the rise and fall of, Summer 1997, p. 11.

Mitchell, Donald Grant Jr. '19, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 46.

Mitchell, Elefterios E. Tribute, “As I Remember Him”, by George L. Cadigan. X: 4-11.

Mitchell, Heidi-Lynn '83, appointed assistant alumni secretary, Summer 1983, p. 19.

Mitchell, Howard Hooker '24, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 43.

Mitchell, Jacques August, Jr. '29. Obituary XXVIII: 3-87.

Mitchell, John T. '53, obituary, Summer 1996, p. 92.

Mitchell, Jonathan '21, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 48.

Mitchell, M. Richard '31, notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Mitchell, Merwin Platt ' 32 Obituary XXVIII: 2-62.

Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. '39, Amherst Life Income Gift ad, Summer 1994.

Mitchell, Ralph Boyd '31, obituary, Spring 1983, p. 49.

Mitchell, Stephen '64, book is received, Spring 1981, p. 30.

Mitnick, Morton '29, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 70.

Mitnick, Paul Peter '33, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 82.

Mittenthal, Jay E. '62, letter from, Summer 1990, p. 29.

Miyama, Kozue, news of activities, Fall 1998, p. 11.

Mizwa, Stephen P. '20. Obituary. XXIII: 3-22.
      (Editor, Frederic Chopin, 1810-1849.) II:150

Modern Irish Literature: Essays in Honor of William York Tindall. Co-editor James D. Brophy. XXVI: 2-24.

Modern Man in Search of Manhood. Thayer A. Greene. XXI: 2-24.

Modern Political Ideologies. Alan P. Grimes and Robert H. Horwitz, Editors (George Kateb) XII: 1-28, 3-24

Modern Securities Transfers. Carlos L. Israels and Egon Guttman. (Henry J. Bailey, III) XX: 2-34.

Moffa, Artie '99, included in article on campus tours, Summer 1999, p. 20.

Moffat, Samuel, and Shneour, Elie A. Life Beyond the Earth. XIX: 3-39.

Mogan, Patrick, honorary degree citation, Summer '79, p. 12.

Moger, Roy William '29, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 44.

Mohardt, Paul William '28, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 32.

Mokoena, Majakathata '83, article on, Fall 1986, p. 20.
      Book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.

Moldawer, David R. '00, article by, on Upright Citizens Brigade, Summer 2000, p. 6.

Moldenhauer, Joseph J. '56. Editor, The Maine Woods. XXV: 1-26.
      ed. Henry D. Thoreau: The Illustrated Maine Woods. XXVIII: 4-30.
      Henry D. Thoreau: Early Essays and Miscellanies. XXVIII: 4-30.

Moliere's "Tartuffe". Translated by Richard Wilbur. XVI: 3-28.

Moliere's The School for Wives. English Verse translation. Richard Wilbur. XXIV: l­

Molin, Sven Eric '50, obituary, Spring 1988, p. 43.

Molloy, John Carroll, Jr. '30, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 51.

Molloy, Paul Edward '27, obituary, Winter '79, p. 89.
      Beach Glass. XXIII: 3-36.
      editor. Poetry USA: 105 American Poems. XX: 4-41.

Moment Between Two Eternities, A. Frederick Ward Kates. (H. W. H.) XCIII: 1-42.

Mondschein, Jeff '74, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 81.
      Post Season Baseball Honors. XXVII: 1-24.

Money Behind Our Colleges, The. XVI: 4-35.

Montague, Richard Taylor '32, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 48.

Montcalm, Louis Joseph, Marquis de. If Montcalm Had Won at Quebec. Paul J. Archambault. XVII: 4-10.

Moody, Van Buren '12, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 42.

Moody's Investors Service, upgrades College's long-term bond rating, Spring 2001, p. 5.

Moody's, college receives bond rating from, Summer 1993, p. 3.

Mooers, Charles Winslow '29, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 45.

Moon and Space Law, The. Cameron K. Wehringer. XXII: 3-13

Moon, Frederick Franklin, Jr. '35, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 50.

Moore, Christine '81, letter from, Summer 2004, p. 40.

Moore, David '02, article on, on his cross country rollerblading trip, Fall 2001, p. 5.

Moore, David L. '78, received Medal for Eminent Service, Summer 2000, p. 5.

Moore, Dongan Reynolds '50, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 100.

Moore, Edward Scudder '34, obituary, Summer 1981, p. 73.

Moore, Frederic F. Jr. '38, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Moore, George Nelson '42, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 57.

Moore, Henry Wilson '17, obituary, Summer 1982, p. 69.

Moore, Jay '94, article on, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 32.

Moore, Jennifer '83, class speaker at Commencement. won the Psi Upsilon Award, Summer 1983, p. 10-11.

Moore, John A. XI: 1-20

Moore, John Andrew. Obituary. XXV: 1-20.
      Poem for XXV: 2-27.

Moore, John H. '28, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 49.

Moore, John, article on, Spring 1996, p. 27.

Moore, Joseph G., book review by, Spring 1996, p. 35.
      Awarded Trustee Faculty Fellowship for 1996-97, Fall 1996, p. 10.

Moore, Leonard Brown '51, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 94.

Moore, Leonard Page '19, obituary, Winter 1983. p. 59.
      Assumes D. A. Duties. VI: 2-11.
      Elevated to Senior Judge. XXIV: 4-13.
      Judge, U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. X: 1-20.
      Presides over moot court in Converse. XXVII: 4-

Moore, Margaret "Peg", article on, Fall 1989, p. 21.

Moore, Nora '07, In Memoriam, Spring 2004, p. 4.

Moore, Prof. Ray A., Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission gives award to support his work, Fall 1995, p. 9.
      Book he edited and translated is received, Fall 1997, p. 37.
      Co-produced CD-ROM on Japan's constitution, Fall 1998, p. 10.
      He and his wife featured in Johnson Chapel Associate Profile, Summer 2002, inside back cover.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 8.
      Retires, Summer 2004, p. 5.
      coordinated Doshisha program, Summer '79, p. 18.
      Submitted grant proposal, Summer '79, p. 18.
      Fulbright research grant, June '80, p. 9.
      Arranged Gibbs' visit to Japan, Summer 1981, p. 13.
      Fulbright award, Summer 1981, p. 16.
      Essays and papers published, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 53.
      new president of AKP, Inc., Fall 1988, p. 13.

Moore, Samuel Taylor Jr. '49, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 90.

Moore, Sarah R. '83, letter from, Winter 1986, p. 30.

Moore, Thomas Huston Jr. '28, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 58.

Moore, Thomas Scott '26, obituary, Summer 1982, p. 70.

Moore, Zephaniah Swift, repairs being made to monument, Fall 1995, p. 10.

Moorhead, William Paul II '41, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 53.

Moran, William J. '34, notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.

Moratorium. Announcement of. XXI: 4-1.
      Moratorium I. Special Issue: 1. (July 1969)
      Moratorium II. Special Issue: 4.
      Letter from Calvin Plimpton to President Nixon. Special Issue: 5.
      Answer to Letter to Nixon. Special Issue: 6.
      New York Times reprint. Special Issue: 6.
      Summer Commission. XXII: 1-21, 22.
      Vietnam Moratorium. XXII: 2-23.
      The Thinking Gap. William C. Wickenden. XXII: 3-10.

More, Enoch Anson '06, obituary, Winter 1977, p. 79.

Morehouse, Edward W. Obituary XXVII: 3-88.

Morehouse, Philip Tracy '28, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 61.
      retired alumni business volunteer. Spring 1977, p. 

Morehouse, Ward, and Gordon, Nancy Morehouse, editors. Innovation and Achievement in the Public Interest: Essays in Honor of Edward W. Morehouse. XX: 1-31.

Moretti, Amanda '84, included in article New York Cares, Winter 1989, p. 10.

Morgan, Beverly, assistant dean of admission, Spring 1977, p. 6. Summer '77, p. 21.

Morgan, Bruce, Rev. Baccalaureate Prayer. XV: 1-21.

Morgan, Charles H. Development of the Art Collection of Amherst College. XXV: 3-25.
      Gala for: XXV: 3-10.
      Honorary degree citation. XXV: 3-10.
      Introduction to The Drawings of George Bellows. XXVI: 4-31.
      George Bellows, Painter of America. XIX: 1-39.
      Rebuilt Stoa dedicated. IX: 2-25.
      Retires. XXI: 1-29.
      The Life of Michelangelo. XIII: 1-27.
      Interterm, Winter '78, p. 5.
      Exhibition honoring 50th anniversary of his service to the college, Winter 1981, p. 6.
      Obituary, Summer 1984, p. 61.

Morgan, Donald King '30, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 45.

Morgan, F. Bruce, Jr. Obituary XXVIII: 2-26.

Morgan, Janet Barton, received Medal for Eminent Service, Summer 1995, p. 9.
      Article on her death, Spring 1998, p. 8.

Morgan, Michelle D., article by, on intercollegiate athletics at Amherst, Winter 1989, p. 24.
      Honored by the NCAA Soccer Committee, Winter 1990, p. 27.

Morgan, Richard Lloyd '34, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 71.

Morgan, Robert O. '53, notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Morgan, Vincent. (Music at Amherst.) III: 102

Morgen, Vincent. Obituary. XX: 3-17.

Morine, David E. '66, article by, on Martin 'Buzzy' Schwartz '67, Summer 1996, p. 27.
      Book received, Spring 1998, p. 36.
      Book received, Fall 2001, p. 40.
      Letter from, Fall 2002, p. 40.
      book received, Spring 2004, p. 40.
      letter from, Summer 1985, p. 32.
      letter from, Summer 1988, p. 27.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 1991, p. 34.
      Article by, on "Golfing with The Bishop," Fall 1992, p. 23.
      Book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.

Mornings at 8:50. (George F. Whicher.) III: 20

Morris, Richard B., and Woodress, James, editors. Voices from America's Past. XVII: 2-36.

Morrison, Frederic Belleville '31, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 47.

Morrison, Geoffrey '70, obituary, Winter 1996, p. 81.

Morrison, Philip, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1987, p. 10.

Morrison, William Ellis '41, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 40.

Morrow, Dwight W. Jr. '33, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 62.
      papers available for researchers in Archives, Summer 1993, p.11.

Morrow, Elizabeth Cutter (Mrs. Dwight W. '95). Obituary. VII: 4-33.

Morrow, Keenan '41, notice of death, p. 8l.

Morrow, Stephen Dwight '61, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 46.

Morrow, William O. '14 Obituary XXVII: 1-57.

Morse, Alvertus Davis '26, obituary, Summer 1982, p. 70.

Morse, Chandler '27, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 42.
      chairman. Basutoland, Bechuannland Protectorate & Swaziland: Report of an Economic Survey Mission. XIII: 3-32.
      Fact and Theory in Economics. XI: 3-27, 4-27

Morse, Edward Stiles '13, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 37.
      article by, on Harold Bixby's book, Spring 1977, p. 30.
      editor The Spoken Word. XXIII: 4-23.

Morse, Edward Wilson ‘17 Obituary XXVIII: 1-70.

Morse, George Edward '34, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 47.

Morse, Kingsley G. '55, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 64.

Morse, Richard Ely '31, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 44.

Morse, Samuel C., awarded fellowship, Fall 1986, p. 7.
      Received one-year fellowship from the ACLS to pursue research, Fall 1990, p. 7.
      co-curator of Japanese Buddhist art exhibition, Summer 1996, p. 8.
      Received fellowship, Fall 1996, p. 12.

Morse, Sidney Gilbert '26, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 68.

Morse, William Beck '46, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 24.

Morse, William Duncan '32, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 89.

Morse, William Northrup '04, obituary, Fall '77. p. 60.

Morsman, E. Kimball '24, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 59.

Mortimer, William J. '47, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 63.

Morton, Alexander H., photo of, retirement party, Spring 1991, p. 11.

Morton, Alexander L. '65. Member of task force to write report "Improving Railroad Productivity". XXVI: 3-29.

Morton, David. Bread and Butter Letter. (poem). VII: 2-11.
      Journey Into Time. XI: 2-23. 3-27, 4-28
      Memorial Service for. XI: 4-29
      Like a Man in Love. VI: 3-20.
      Obituary. X: 1-27, 2-18, 3-22.

Morton, Joe '57, letter from, Summer 2004, p. 40.

Morton, John Jamieson '07, obituary, Spring 1977, p. 59.

Morton, Robert Frederick '43, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 52.

Mosel, Tad '44, article by, Winter 1995, p. 14.
      Writing for Television. XXI: 2-2.
      Other People’s Houses. IX: 4-32.
      Receives two prizes for his play "All the Way Home". XIV: 1-22.

Moseley, Harold W. '28, death notice, Winter 1995, p. 63.

Moseley, Seth Hamilton II '30, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 86.
      collection of nostalgic flashes of 1927 compiled and organized by, Winter 1977, p. 19.
      Reunion Weekend, Summer '80, p. 4.
      Only 50 Years Ago. XXVIII: 4-23.

Moser, Donald E. '46, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 98.

Moses, Hamilton Jr. '31, notice of death, Fall 2000, p. 88.

Moses, Horace Chester Jr. '29, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 38.

Moses, James H. '38, notice of death, Spring 2000, p. 79.

Moses, Robert Keen '35, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 50.

Moss, George S. '36, notice of death, Fall 2002, p. 85.

Moss, Jean Durham, new sophomore class dean, Fall 1985, p. 8-9.

Moss, Milton Oscar '53, obituary, Spring 1981, p. 64.

Moss, Onawumi Jean, letter from, Summer 1998, p. 38.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 7.

Mosshammer, Alden A. '62, book is received, Spring 1981, p. 30.

Mosshammer, Alden Smith '29. Obituary XXVIII: 1-71.

Mossman, Alexander Hyde '20, obituary, Summer '79, p. 83.

Motley, Constance Baker, Judge, Houston Forum speaker, Summer 1981, p. 9.

Motley, Frank. named Assistant Dean XXVII: 1-19.

Mott, Basil J. F. '49, letter from, Summer 1997, p. 45.
      Obituary, Winter 2003, p. 94.
      The Attractive Universe: Gravity and the Shape of Space. XXII: 2-32.

Mouen, Grafton Martin '50, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 53.

Moulton, Hugh '55, Amherst Life Income Gifts ad, Fall 1996, inside back cover.

Mount Amherst, named for Amherst College, December '79, p. 13.

Mount Holyoke College. Mid-nineteenth century "rules". XIII: 3-inside front cover.

Mount Washington, The story of. F. Allen Burt. XIV: 3-29.

Mount, Keith Bradford '34, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 33.

Mount, Richard Clair '53, obituary, Winter '80, p. 96.

Mount, Wadsworth Walton '28, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 43.

Mousseau, Clarence Milner '50, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 100.

Movie Rating Game, The. Stephen Farber XXVII: 2-25.

Mowat, Barbara Adams, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1997, p. 14.

Moyer, Donald Edgar, Sr. '23, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 41.

Moyer, Philip Tyson '39, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 67.

Mtima, Lateef '82, letter from, Fall 1997, p. 39.
      Black Alumni Weekend, Winter 1981, p. 4.

Mudge, Eugene Tenbroeck '34, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 45.

Mudge, Gilbert Horton '36, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 70.

Mudge, Jean McClure. Chinese Export Porcelain for the American Trade, 1785-1835. XVI: 4-34.

Mudge, Lewis S. Appointed chaplain. XIV: 3-24.
      article on XXVII: 3-11.
      Baccalaureate Sermon. XVI: 1-11.
      Is God Alive? XVI: 4-33.
      One Church: Catholic and Reformed. XVI: 3-29.
      Supports general civil rights activities. XVI: 4-22.
      Whole versus All-round Man. XVI: 1-6.
      Baccalaureate Sermon. XXI: 1-12.

Mudge, Mrs. Lewis. Directs redecoration of Emily Dickinson House. XVIII: 3-34.

Mudville Massachachusetts, article on, Winter 1995, p. 13.

Mueller, Robert Louis '50, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 118.

Mueller, William A. Named Director of Plant Facilities. XXIII: 1-23.
      Energy Fund, Winter 1981, p. 2.

Muench, Norbert W. '41, letter from, Spring 1993, p. 40.

Muir, Amanda '01, included in article with Prof. Ethan Temeles on their research on the purple-throated hummingbird in St. Lucia, Fall 2000, p. 10.

Mujawamariya, Monique, received honorary degree, Summer 1995, p. 9.

Mulholland, Hugh Andrew '19, obituary, Spring 1977, p. 60.

Mullen, Bertrand L. '35, notice of death, Summer 2003, p. 89.

Muller, John F. Jr. '49, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 119.

Mullins, Pat, article on, Winter 1996, p. 17.

Mulloy, Milton Shattuck '26, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 46.

Mulroy, Richard C. Jr. '46, notice of death, Summer 2003, p. 89.

Mulroy, Thomas Clifford '42, obituary, Fall 1985. p. 46.

Munnell, Equinn W. '35, notice of death, Spring 2004, p. 111.

Munoz, Cecil Miguel ' 34. Obituary XXVII: 1-60.

Munroe, Robert Lee '53, obituary, June '79, p. 64.

Munson, John Craig '29 Obituary XXVIII: 3-87.

Murder, course on, Winter 1995, p. 11.

Murdocu, Richard K. '36, notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.

Murnane, Horace Siegfried Greeley '21, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 58.

Murphy, Cullen '74, article on his comic strip "Prince Valiant," Spring 1998, p. 11.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1999, p. 28.
      New trustee, Summer 2000, p. 3.
      Book review by, Summer 2002, p. 35.
      book he co-authored is reviewed, Winter 1993, p. 36.

Murphy, E. Jefferson, article by, on the Five College Cooperation, Fall 1976, p. 16.
      education award, Summer '79, p. 18.
      New 5-College Coordinator XXVIII: 1-19.

Murphy, Francis, book review by, Fall 1995, p. 39.

Murphy, Greg '92, book review by, Winter 1995, p. 40.

Murphy, Rick '73. Subject of Amherst QB Moonlights with Pats. XXV: 2-23.

Murphy, Robert D. '73. A Loving Man. XXVI: 1-18.

Murphy, Walter Joseph '34, obituary, June '79, p. 63.

Murray, Christopher '80, Ives Washburn Fellowship, Summer 1980, p. 7.

Murray, Donald Gaines '34, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 37.

Murray, Dr. William J. Jr. '45, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p.

Murray, E. G. D., Co-author. (Bergey's Manual of Determinative Bacteriology.) II:114

Murray, Jim '70. Rembrandts or Vikings, Dolphin's Swift Can Spot 'Em. XXVI: 3-27.

Murray, Peter T. '83, article on his death, Spring 1981, p. 5.

Murray, Suzan '84, article on, Winter 2003, p. 12.

Murray, Verne Lee Jr. '47, obituary, Fall 1998, p. 68.

Music and Science. XIX: 3-2.

Music at Amherst. Henry G. Mishkin. XXVI: 1-7.

Music Building cited for its design. XXV: 3-11.

Music Building. Beginning of construction. XIX: 3-2.
      Celebration in Music. Program for opening. XX: 3-1, back cover.
      Opening of new facility. XX: 4-13.

Music Department, offers master classes with professional musicians, Spring 2004, p. 7.

Music in the Valley. Vernon D. Gotwals, Jr. XXI: 2-31.

Music Instruction at Amherst. Henry G. Mishkin. IX: 3-6.

Music. IX: 3-21, 4-23. XI: 4-20
      Music in the Air. III: 13
      Choral Group. III: 61
      Music at Amherst. (Vincent Morgan.) III: 102
      Double Quartet. III: 105; 113
      Interfraternity Sing. III: 155

Musical Ambassadors Abroad. Tour of Amherst-Smith Chamber Singers. XIV: 2-9.

Musical Culture in the United States. (Henry G. Mishkin.) IV: 104

Mussen, Paul Henry, Conger, John Janeway, and Kagan, Jerome. Child Development and Personality. (Second Edition) XVI: 1-33.

Mustard, William Niles '37, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 82.

Mutschler, Ernest '19, obituary, Winter '79. p. 87.

My Seventh Assistant. Alexander Woollcott XXVIII: 2-14.

Myer, Frederick Geer '31, obituary, Summer 1981. p. 73.

Myers, Alan Warnock '44, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 81.

Myers, Frank A. History of the Hudson's Bay Company Post at Little Current, Ontario. XIII: 3-34.

Myers, Robert Creech '38, obituary, Spring 1988, p. 42.

Myers. John D. '27, obituary, Spring 1982, p. 59.

Mygatt, Frederic Eli III '43, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 70.

Myron, Harry, Jr. '32, obituary. Winter 1977, p. 83.

Myron, Herbert Benjamin Jr. '27, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 44.

Mythical to Medieval Man, From. Sumner C. Powell. (Walter A. Sedelow, Jr.) XI: 4-28

Nabrit, Evan '04, included in article on homeschooling, Winter 2001, p. 8.

Nabrit, Ronald L. '76, death notice, Summer 1996, p. 87.

Nadosy, Peter A., received honorary degree, Summer 2001, p. 10.

Nadosy, Peter Andras, elected a term trustee, Spring 1988, p. 4.

Naess, Michael R. '61, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 123.

Nagele, Jeffrey A. '80, obituary, Fall 1985. p. 46.

Nagle, David A. '49, death notice, Spring 1995, p. 66.

Nagle, George Albert '36, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 87.

Nagorski, Andrew '69, book is reviewed, Fall 1994, p. 37.
      book is reviewed, Winter 1986, p. 23.
      Book listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.

Nail, Charles E. Jr. '54, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 97.

Nail, Charles Edvlin '24 Obituary XXVII: 4-58.

Naiman, Chester Lawrence Jr. '51, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 47.

Nakagawa, Hisamoto '25, obituary, June '79, p. 61.

Nance, James Battelle '50, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 51.

Narino, Hero of Colombian Independence. Thomas Blossom. XXII: 3-23.

Nash, George H. '67, book is received, Fall 1988, p. 35.
      book received, Fall 1996, p. 44.
      The Conservative Intellectual Movement in America: Since 1945. XXVIII: 4-31.
      book is reviewed, Spring 1984, p. 67-68.

Nash, George I. III. A Participan's Assessment. (Independent study at Amherst) XX: 2-6.

Nash, Jennifer, article by, Summer 1985, p. 19-20.

Nash, Les '55, reunion gift, Summer 1980, p. 6.

Nason, Carleton Emerson '12, obituary, Fall 1985. p. 41.

Nassar, Peter '91, discovers dinosaur eggs in Montana, Winter 1990, p. 6.

Nathan, Hardy Lewis '50, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 91.

Nathan, Robert Stuart '70, book is reviewed, Winter '78, p. 31.

Nathanson, Donald L. '56, book is received, Fall 1988, p. 35.
      book received, Summer 1994, p. 44.

National Advanced Placement Scholars, Spring 1995, p. 5.

National Association of College and University Business Officers, Summer '78, p. 13.

National Book Award. IX: 4-22.

National Committee on the study of History. Headed by Van R. Halsey. XVII: 2-31.

National Council of Churches. Selects Rev. Donald V. Roberts as Protestant chaplain to Moscow. XV: 2-27.

National Defense Education Act. College will participate in student loan program. XV: 3-26.

National Geographic Society, The, and Its Magazine: A History. Gilbert Grosvenor. X: 3-26.

National Income and Employment Analysis. Arnold Collery. (Robert Vogel) XIX: 2-42.

National Institutes of Health. Grants. XVII: 4-22.
      Grants awarded to Professors Schotte, Leadbetter, and Brophy. XVII: 1-34,35.
      Research grants. XIX: 2-27, 4-21; XX: 2-30.

National Science Foundation. Grant. XII: 1-19
      awards $1.78 million to the College to upgrade its biology and neuroscience laboratories, Fall 1994, p. 2.
      Grant for college science improvement program. XX: 4-26.
      Grants awarded to Professors Foose, Gordon, and Kropf. XIX: 3-28.
      Research grants. XIX: 2-27, 4-21; XX: 2-30.
      Grants. XVII: 4-22.

Nation's Cities, The: Change and Challenge. Patrick Healy XXVII: 3-

Native American Histories and Cultures, new course offered, Spring 1991, p. 10.

Natur e and Art in Renaissance Literature. Edward William Tayler. (Richard Cody) XVII: 3-35.

Nature and History. (Sterling P. Lamprecht.) II:199

Naughton, Michael J. '70, letter from, Spring 1988, p. 27.

Navigation. New Course. III: 153

Navin, Joseph Michael ' 29 Obituary XXVIII: 2-61.

Naylor, David '77, book is reviewed, Winter 1982, p. 30.

Neal, Mansfield C., Jr. '61, Black Alumni Weekend, Winter 1981, p. 4.

Neal, Robert M. (High Green and The Bark Peelers.) III: 65

Neale, Edwin A. '30 and Timothy A. '70, included in Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Fall 2000, inside back cover.
      Obituary, Winter 2001, p. 88.

Neale, John Henry '24, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 47.
      Scarsdale honors. XXVIII: 4-13.

Neale, Robert E. '51, book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 1985, p. 28-29.

Neale, Russell Frederick '22, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 52.

Neale, Sir John. Honorary Degree. XI: 3-19

Neale, William Hamilton '31, obituary, Fall 1982, p. 72.

Need for Heresy, The. Alfred Friendly. XI: 1-6

Needham, Donald Alonzo '28, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 51.

Neefus, Van Houten '33, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 36.

Neesima and Uchimura Scholarships. XII: 4-9

Neesima, Doshisha, and Amherst. John Whitney Hall '39. XXVIII: 3-

Neesima, Joseph Hardy 1870, Doshisha University, Winter '78, p. 6.

Negro American, The. Talcott Parsons and Kenneth B. Clark, editors. (P. S.) XIX: 1-38.

Negro, American. Edward Jones, 1826: First American Negro College Graduate? Hugh D. Hawkins. XIV: 3-20.

Negroes. Accord and Dissent - Four Efforts to Rescue Human Resources. XVII: 2-2.
      Encounter in Mississippi. Benjamin DeMott. XX: 3-6.

Neil, James Matthews '46, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 46.

Neill, Humphrey, included in article on seminars, Spring 2000, p. 4.

Neill, Robert '60, letter from, Spring 1997, p. 39.

Neill, William '51, book received, Spring 2002, p. 33.
      book is reviewed, Winter '78, p. 30.

Neilson, Alan Crawford '36, obituary. Winter 1985, p. 34.

Neily, Reagh E. '31, death notice, Fall 1999, p. 76.

Neiman, Fraser '32, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 59.
      Essays, Letters and Reviews by Matthew Arnold. Collected and edited. XIII: 1-25.
      Matthew Arnold. XXI: 4-25.

Nekrasov, Nikolai. Nikolai Nekrasov. Murray B. Peppard. XX: 3-31.

Nelson, James R. Appointed by Gov. Peabody to head advisory group on plans for growth of the Commonwealth. XVI: 2-25.
      editor. Marginal Cost Pricing in Practice. XVII: 1-44.
      faculty honor, June '79, p. 16.
      Obituary, June ‘80, p. 10.
      Book review by, June '80, p. 39.

Nelson, Laird '94, included in article on alums and their careers in cyberspace, Fall 1997, p. 26.

Nelson, Mark D., letter from, Spring 1995, p. 40.

Nelson, Ralph C. '79, fellowship position, Summer '79, p. 16.

Nelson, Robert Ende Jr. '58, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 71.

Nelson, Robert M. '43, obituary, Summer 1996, p. 90.

NESCAC, article on (reprint from Sports Illustrated), Winter 1995, p. 30.

Nesler, Joseph H. '78, letter from, Spring 2004, p. 44.

Nessen, Joshua '78, letter from, Winter 1988, p. 30.
      letter from, Spring 2000, p. 36.

Neth, Marshall Winchester '26, obituary, Summer 1982, p. 70.

Neubauer, John '60, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 24.
      Book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.

Neuhoff, John Ray '46, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 85.

Neuhoff, Roger '50, provides funding for new track, Spring 1990, p. 28.

Neuhoff-Lumley outdoor track at Pratt Field, photo of, Winter 1990, p. 27.

Neuroscience at Amherst. Michael A. Kahn. XXVI: 2-4.

Neuroscience program, college celebrates two decades of, Fall 1993, p. 3.

Neustadter, Steven C. '62, notice of death, Summer 2002, p. 89.

New Accents in Contemporary Theology. Roger Hazelton. (John Pemberton) XIV: 1-30.

New Amherst Books ad, Fall 1999, p. 44.

New Amherst Poet, A. Reuben A. Brower. Chapel talk on Andre du Bouchet. V: 3-107.

New Auto Team Faces Problems. Clarence Francis heads Studebaker­Packard Corporation. XIII: 2-12.

New College. XI: 3-2, 4-19

New dorms, conversion and construction of, Winter 2002, p. 2.

New England Academy: Wilbraham to Wilbraham & Monson. James Playsted Wood. XXIV: 3-21.

New England College in the .Age of the University, The. George E. Paterson. (Frederick Rudolph) XVII: 3-37.

New England Colleges Fund. VI: 1-13, 2-14.

New England Schoolmaster, A. (Richard Ward Day.) II:151

New Forces in American Business. Dexter M. Keezer. (James R. Nelson) XII; 3-23

New Gifts Repeat Old Pattern. III: 4

New Granada: Twenty Months in the Andes. Isaac Holton. XX: 3-34.

New Health Service. XXV: 4-10.

New Involvement, The. Peter Schrag. XIII: 1-5.

New Missionaries, The. The Peace Corps' Secret Mission. Benjamin DeMott. XIV: 3-3.

New Plateau of Life, A. Article on 1926 Classmates. Oliver Pilat. XXVI: 4-26.

New Poems by American Poets No. 2. Rolfe Humphries. (Benjamin DeMott) X: 2-24.

New Poems by American Poets. Rolfe Humphries, ed. VI: 2-19.

New President is Chosen, A. (John William Ward). XXIII: 3-1.

New President. C. H. Plimpton. XII: 4-2

"New" Problems of History, The. John Ratte. XVI: 2-2.

New Rhyming Dictionary and Poet’s Handbook. Revised edition. Burges Johnson. X: 3-28.

New Spirit, The – The 1913 Armory Show in Retrospect. X: 4-2.

New Town of Amherst, The. XVIII: 2-2.

New Trustee Fraternity Proposal, The. Arthur Davenport. XIII: 4-12.

New Way to Fund Public TV, A. Dick Hubert. XXVIII: 3-24.

New Worlds for Pioneers. Richard Reuter. X: 1-10.

New Writing in Russia, The. Thomas P. Whitney, editor. (Philippe D. Radley) XX: 4-37.

New Writing in Russia, The. Translated, with an Introduction. Thomas P. Whitney. XVII: 1-44.

New Year Card. X: 3-17.

New Year Cards by Tom Funk. XXVIII: 3-16.

New York Cares, article by Terry Allen, Winter 1989, p. 10.
      Celebrated fifth anniversary, Spring 1992, p. 7.

New York State Legislature. Numbers four Amherst alumni. XVI: 1-21.

New York Times Reprint. Boyden, F. L. XII: l-inside back cover

New York Times, clip of article that appeared in the March 31, 1889 issue, Winter 1991-92, p. 26.

New York Times, The - a Western Edition. Andrew Fisher. XV: 1-13.

New York, Amherst Club of. XII: 2-13

Newcomb, Franklyn Flagg '28, obituary, Winter 1982, p. 69.

Newell, Duncan H. '07, obituary, Fall '77, p. 60.

Newell, William H. '65, book he edited received, Spring 1999, p. 32.

Newgord, Julius Girard '32, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 79.

Newlin, William J. XI: 2-7

Newlon, Paul Johnson '36, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 79.

Newman, Constance Berry, received honorary degree, Summer 1981, p. 36.

Newman, Erica '98, included in article on research students, Fall 1997, p. 18.

Newman, Ernest Boris, M.D. '34, obituary, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 51.

Newman, Fredric '44, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 72.

Newman, Herbert Francis '30, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 44.

Newman, J. Coley '45, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 53.

Newman, Jonathan E. '82, notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.

Newman, Richard Joseph '42, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 75.

Newmann, Fred M. '59, article by, Summer 1985, p. 8-9 & 17-18.

Newmann, Fred M. Education for Citizen Action: Challenge for Secondary Curriculum. XXVII: 4-30.

Newmann, John M. '63. Subject of article on dialysis. XXV: 3-3.

Newport House, Fall 1984, p. 5.

Newport, Edward F. Obituary. XX: 4-32.

News of the College. XVII: 4-20; XVIII: 1-31, 2-26, 3-32, 4-15. XIX: 1-27, 2-23, 3-25, 4-16: XX: 1-18, 2-29, 3-19, 4-23.

Newsom, Michael deHaven '64, Charles Houston Forum, Summer 1981. p. 9.
      Book review by, Fall 1985, p. 28-29.

Newton, Earle Williams III '66, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 90.

Newton, Paul T. '27, death notice, Fall 1999, p. 76.

Ney Professorship in American Institutions, Summer 1986, p. 3.

Ney, Edward N. '46, awarded honorary degree at Commencement, Summer 1991, p.7.
      Article on, Summer 1992, p. 17.
      retired alumni business volunteer, Spring 1977, p. 18.
      New alumni trustee, Summer '79, p. 19.
      Biography, June '80, p. 14.
      Trustees meeting, Winter 1982, p. 4.
      Politics and Commercials. XXIV: 4-12.

Nguyen, Xuan-Vu T. '96, recipient of Rockefeller Brothers Fund Fellowship, Summer 1995, p. 4.

Nice, Albert T. '37, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 100.

Nichols, Albert John '30, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 35.

Nichols, Donald R. '33, obituary, Spring 2003, p. 82.

Nichols, Edgar G. (Yankee Schoolmaster.) II:7

Nichols, John '54, obituary, Winter 1977, p. 84.

Nicholson, Walter E., professorship, Spring '78, p. 7.
      Book review by, Summer '79, p. 40.
      Letter reply by, Winter '80, p. 25.
      Book review by, Spring 1983, p. 61-63.
      selected by U.S. Department of Labor to serve as co-principal investigator of study of short-time compensation programs in the U.S., Fall 1995, p.9.
      Book review by, Winter 1998, p. 32.
      Book review by, Summer 2003, p. 34.
      completed study, Fall 1987, p. 6.
      Book review by, Winter 1987, p. 33.
      Appointed Ward H. Patton Professor, Summer 1990, p. 7.
      Letter from, Summer 1990, p. 28.
      Book review by, Spring 1991, p. 36.
      Book review by, Winter 1991-92, p. 26.
      Excerpts from Homecoming Weekend panel discussion, Winter 1994, p. 6.

Nichoson, William Kenneth '52, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 84.

Nickerson, Grant Norwood '33, letter from, Winter 1977, p. 29.
      Letter from, Winter 1983, p. 24.
      Letter from, Summer 1984, p. 70.
      Obituary, Fall 1985, p. 45.
      Two open Letters to. XVI: 4-51.
      Whither Amherst? XVI: 3-12.

Nicklas, Victor Earle '39, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 34.

Nickles, David Paull '89, book received, Winter 2004, p. 39.

Nicol, H. Gilbert '44, letter from, Spring 2001, p. 39.

Nicols, Sue, 1 of 12 named to East-West golf team, Summer 1982, p. 23.

Niditch, Susan R., appointed the Elizabeth W. Bruss Reader, Fall 1988, p. 13.
      Book is published, Fall 1993, p. 11.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1994, p. 35.
      Baccalaureate service. Summer '80, p. 4.
      Article on, about her book in progress, Fall 1985, p. 19-20.
      Letter from, Winter 1985, p. 32.
      received grant from NEH to complete book, Fall 1995, p. 9.
      Book is received, Summer 1997, p. 44.

Nields, Nerissa, CD review by, Winter 2004, p. 36.

Nieman, Fraser. Editor. Essays, Letters and Reviews by Matthew Arnold. XII: 4-26

Nienaber, Robert C. '46, notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.

Nietzsche: An Anthology of His Works. Otto Manthey-Zorn, editor. XVII: 1-44.

Night, The, end Nothing. Gale D. Webbe. (James H. Clark) XVI: 4-33.

Nihan, Leonard, Jr. '77, Woods and Travis Prizes, Summer '77, p. 2.
      A Review. Spring '78. p. 7.

Nihon tono Taidan--Watakushi no Hikaku Bunka Ron. Otis Cary. XXIII: 4-23.

Nikoi, Amon '53, obituary, Winter 2003, p. 96.

Nikolai Nekrasov. Murray B. Peppard. (Edward Ames) XX: 3-31.

Niles, Charles Wilfred, Jr. '08, obituary, June ‘80, p. 72.

Nimock, John Knox '49, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 69.

Ninde, David Campbell '33, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 36.

Nine Lives, or The Celebrated Cat of Beacon Hill. (Edwin E. Fenton.) IV: 20

Nine Thorny Thickets: Selected Poems of Dafydd ap Gwilym. Rolfe Humphries, translator. XXII: 4-27.

Nininger, Robert D. ’41. Minerals for Atomic Energy. VIII: 3-31.
      obituary, Spring 2004, p. 113.

Nisbet, Walter Helmer '29, obituary, Fall '78, p. 65.

Nitze, Paul H., awarded honorary degree, Fall 1989, p. 9.

Nixon and Wells Photograph. XII: 4-17

Nixon, John R. '50, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 106.

Nixon, Richard M. Photo with Peter Schrag. V:2-59.

Nizin, Joel '74, letter from, Summer 2004, p. 40.

No Other Wealth: The Prayers of a Modern-Day Saint – Bishop Charles Henry Brent. Frederick Ward Kates, editor. (H. W. H.) XVIII: 1-42.

Noah Webster’s Journeys. Everett E. Thmopson. IX: 4-10.

Noble, Clifton J. '83, associate in music, Summer 1983, p. 20

Noble, Holcomb B. '55, article by, Winter 1981, p. 7.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1985, p. 29.
      obituary by, on Henry Steele Commager, Spring 1998, p. 2.

Noer, Richard J. '58. co-author Revolutions in Physics. XXIV: 4-24.

No-Fault Divorce. Michael Wheeler. XXVI: 4-30.

Nominating Committee, Alumni Trustees, Summer '78, p. 10.

Noonan, Frederick '63, book is received, Fall 1988, p. 35.

Norcott, Richard B. '29, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 114.

Nord, Wesley A. '29, death notice, Summer 1998, p. 82.

Norman, Jessye, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1992, p. 11.

Norman, John Amos '21 ObituaIY XXVII: 4-58.

Normand, Roger '87, article on, Summer 1997, p. 27.

Norris, Frank T. '41, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 66.

Norris, Howard Randall '33, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 83.

Norris, Kingsley Flavel '31, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 51.

Norstrand, Edward Jorgen '31, obituary, June '80, p. 77.

Northampton Project, The. XIV: 4-13.

Northampton State Hospital. The Northampton Project. XIV: 4-13.
      A Student's Report. XIV: 4-16.

Northrop, William W. '23 Obituary XXVII: 1-59.

Norton, Cyril Francis '17, obituary, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 48.

Norton, John Bradley '58, obituary, Fall 1980, p. 63.

Norwottuck Rail Trait article on, Fall 1995, p. 32.

Nostrand, George Franklin '34, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 92.

Nostrand, Howard Lee '32, book received, Winter 2004, p. 37.
      Notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.

Notopoulos, George Anastasios '30, Spring 1992, p. 52.

Notopoulos, James A. (The Platonism of Shelley.) II:150

Notopoulos, Nicholas Anastasios '28, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 44.

Nove, Joshua Bradford '95, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 84.

Nover, Christine '81, James R. Nelson Prize, Summer 1981, p. 14.

Now and Then. John B. O'Brien. VI: 2-7.

Nowe, Robert Childs '36, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 84.

Noyes, John E. '73, book he co-authored is received, Fall 1997, p. 37.
      Book he edited is received, Fall 1997, p. 37.

Nuce, James Carlyle '30. Obituary XXVIII: 2-61.

Nuclear and Solid-state Physics. Robert H. Romer. XVI: 2-6.

Nuclear Arms Control Aspirations and Frustrations. David R. Inglis. XXVI: 3-10.

Nuclear Politics: The British Experience with An Independent Strategic Force. 1939-1970. Andrew J. Pierre. XXV: 2-25.

Nuclear Relations. (The Future of Sino-American Relations) Dwight H. Perkins. XX: 4-4.

Nugent, Christopher W. '67, letter from, Summer 1986, p. 34.
      Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Fall 2002, inside back cover.

Nugent, Ferderic T. Letter. Further Comment on Architecture at Amherst. IX: 1-32.

Nugent, Fred Bard '26, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 43.

Nugent, Jeffrey B. Economic Integration in Central America: Empirical Investigations. XXVII: 3-32.

Nugent, Tom, article by, on Dr. Carl Woese '50, Fall 2002, p. 12.
      Article by, on Curt Civin '70, Winter 2004, p. 13.

Nunnemacher, Henry J. '10, obituary. Summer 1976, p. 67.

Nussbaum, Andrew J. '85, Rhodes Scholarship, Spring 1985, p. 3-4.
      Rhodes Scholar, Fall 1985, p. 9.

Nussbaum, Irwin A., assistant to the Dean of Students, Summer 1980, p. 7.
      Promoted to Assistant Dean of Students, Spring 1981, p. 6.
      Interterm program, Spring 1984, p. 5-6.

O' Brien, John B. ‘05. Now and Then. VI: 2-7.

O’Connor, Mayor Thomas. XI: 4-17

Oakes, Chandler A. '49, letter from, Spring 1999, p. 35.

Oakley, Francis C., awarded honorary degree, Fall 1986, p. 13.

Oakley, Paul Morehouse '34, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 50.

Oath, Disclaimer. XI: 4-19

Oatley, Ralph Herrick '22, obituary, Winter '78. p. 86.

Obituaries. I:16; I:25; II:48; II:94; II:131; II:178; II:202
      III:  24; 68; 120; 158; 163; 204
      IV: 22; 66; 122; 166; 210
      V: 1-22, 2-64, 3-108, 120; 4-150, 161; 5-203.
      VI: 1-8, 25; 2-21, 3-23, 4-29.
      VII: 1-32; 2-25; 3-32; 4-29; 1-9, 2-13, 3-6, 3-7, 4-6, 4-7.
      VIII: 1-34, 2-38, 3-34, 4-26. 3-18.
      IX: 1-33, 2-2,3,4,5,15,28, 3-5, 15,30, 4-8,35;
      X: 1-18,19,27,30, 2-22,25,26, 3-29, 4-7,11,47.
      XI: 1-24; 2-7, 27; 3-23, 27.
      XII: 1-30; 2-23; 3-11, 25; 4-47
      XIII: 1-32, 2-24, 28, 3-19, 38, 4-10, 11, 47;
      XIV: 1-10, 32, 45, 2-17, 18, 28, 3-36, 4-49.
      XV: 1-34, 49; 2-29, 40; 3-21, 23, 29, 34, 38; 4-17, 27;
      XVI: 1-20, 53; 2-35; 3-14, 15, 35; 4-21, 55.
      XVII: 1-47, 2-26,46, 3-26,44, 4-52;
      XVIII: 1-22,23,46,2-53, 3-28,31,51, 4-9,10,12,51.
      XIX: 1-43,46, 2-46, 3-24, 44, 4-13,14,53;
      XX: 1-16, 37, 2-23, 49, 3-17,18,21,44, 4-21,22,32,46.
      XXI: 1-39, 2-39, 3-45, 4-45.
      XXII: 1-41, 2-40, 3-37, 4-32.
      XXIII: 1-36; 2-69; 3-65; 4-62.
      XXIV: 1-59; 2-55; 3-77; 4-64.
      XXV: 1-56, 2-56, 3-51, 4-10.
      XXVI: 1-62, 2-51, 4-56.
      XXVII: 1-55, 2-52, 3-87, 4-56.
      XXVIII:1-68, 2-49, 3-83,4-58.

O'Boyle, Chuck '86, letter from, Summer 2002, p. 44.

Obre, Paul Lippincott '61, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 54.

O'Brien, Diane '91, included in article on Amherst Women in Science, Spring 1992, p. 12.

O'Brien, Donald Francis '50, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 80.

O'Brien, John Bayley. Obituary. XIX: 4-13.
      (Amherst and the Census.) III: 55
      (An Amherst Odyssey.) IV: 149
      (James Madison Goodhue, Pioneer Editor.) II:55
      Amherst and the White House Library. XVI: 2-26, 3-29.
      Why He Came to Amherst (Calvin Coolidge) XIX: 2-20.

O'Brien, Kenneth Bostwick '20, obituary, December '79, p. 67.

O'Brien, Kyle, selected to play in the New England Collegiate All-Star Game, Summer 1982, p. 23.

O'Brien, Robert '54, book is received, Winter 1983, p. 22.
      Book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.

O'Brien, Robert Alfred, Jr. '54, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 51.

Observatory fire, Spring 1996, p. 3.

Observer in Rome: A Protestant Report on the Vatican Council. Robert McAfee Brown. (Bruce Morgan) XVII: 2-36.

Obstructed Path, The: French Social Thought in the Years of Desperation, 1930-1960. H. Stuart Hughes. (John E. Ratte) XX: 3-29.

Occupation Poll. IV: 156

Occupational Guidance at Amherst College. (Eugene S. Wilson.) III: 149

OCLC, Online Computerized Library Catalog, at the Frost Library, Spring 1989, p. 6.

O'Connell, Barry F., book he edited receives special recognition, Fall 1994, p. 7.
      Book review by, Summer 1996, p. 37.
      Book he edited and introduced is received, Winter 1998, p. 35.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 7.
      fellow in seminar on Poland, Fall 1986, p. 8.
      Book review by, Spring 1987, p. 21.
      Was a Rockefeller Resident Fellow in Narrative at the Wesleyan Center for the Humanities, Fall 1990, p. 7.
      Book he edited is published, Fall 1991, p. 5.
      Editor of collection of writings of William Apess, Summer 1992, p. 15.
      Book he edited is reviewed, Summer 1992, p. 37.
      Rockefeller Humanities Fellowship, Spring '78, p. 9.
      Awarded two fellowships, Summer 1981, p. 16.
      Speaker at Senior Assembly, Summer 1983, p. 8-9.
      Received Fulbright grant, Winter 1984, p. 23.
      Returns from Fulbright year, Fall 1985, p. 12.
      The Liberal Arts College. XXVII: 1-11.

O'Connell, Nicholas '80, book is received, Fall 1988, p. 35.
      book received, Winter 1999, p. 40.

O'Connor, Robert Joseph '44, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 56.

O'Connor, Robert Kenney '44, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 94.

O'Connor, Thomas Joseph '47, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 73.
      death notice, Fall 1996, p. 76.
      Senate Timber. XIII: 2-13.

Octagon, photo of, drawn by Hitchcock's wife, Summer 1995, p. 37.

Odegard, Peter H. Political Power and Social Change. XIX: 1-41.

Odell, Leland Lamb '20, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 51.

O'Donnell, Joseph Francis '27, obituary, Winter '78, p. 87.

O'Donoghue, Kevin J. '78, Ives Washburn Fellowship, Spring '78, p. 7.
      New administrator, Fall '78, p. 17.
      Letter on story, June '79, p. 30.

Odyssey, Fall '78, p. 14.

Oestermeyer, Carl Frederick III '55, obituary, Fall 1998, p. 70.

Of Class Reunions. (Joseph Warner.) IV: 103

Of Mice and Mail. Dean's Acheson's talk in assembly. XVII: 3-6.

Of Perilous Seas. E. Merrill Root. (H. W. H.) XVIII: 1-40.

Offinger, Edward Miller '34 Obituary XXVIII: 2-62.

Offner, Paul '64, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 125.

Ogata, Sadako, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1993, p. 10.

Ogden, Thomas H. '68, book is reviewed, Summer 1995, p. 36.
      Book received, Spring 1998, p. 36.
      Book received, Spring 2002, p. 33.
      book is received. Winter 1983, p. 23.
      book is reviewed, Fall 1987, p. 28.
      Book review by, Winter 1989, p. 26.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 1990, p. 26.

Ogilvie, Robert James '33, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 49.

Ogle, Jennifer '90, letter from, Summer 1998, p. 36.

Ogletree, Charles, awarded honorary degree, Summer 2002, p. 8.

O'Hara, Patricia B., awarded grant, Fall 1986, p. 7.
      Awarded grant, Fall 1987, p. 7.
      Received grant from National Science Foundation, Fall 1988, p. 13.
      Received funding for project, Summer 1989, p. 6.
      Received NSF grant to purchase a molecular graphics workstation, Fall 1990, p. 6.
      Awarded grant from the American Chemical Society to direct research, Fall 1990, p. 7.
      Included in article on Amherst Women in Science, Spring 1992, p. 15.
      Included in article on science equipment, Spring 1992, p. 23.
      Appointed Bruss Reader, Fall 1993, p. 11.
      she and four senior honors students gave presentations at the Biophysical Society Meeting, Fall 1994, p. 7.
      Participates in project, Fall 1996, p. 11.
      News of her activities, Fall 1997, p. 36.
      News of Fall 2000, p. 9.
      Awarded NSF research grant, Fall 2000, p. 7.
      Featured in article on "What They Are Reading," Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 41.
      awarded a Cottrell Science Grant. Fall 1985, p. 25.

Ohio’s Western Reserve: The Story of Its Place Names. David Lindsey. VIII: 2-22.

Ohyama, Tsunao, article by, Spring 1977, p. 16.

Okabes Retirement. XII: 2-12

Okie, William R. Jr. '38, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 88.

Okihiro, Prof. Gary Y, John J. McCloy Distinguished Visiting Professor, Spring 1992, p.8.

Old Amherst Grad Points with Pride. Frank C. Porter. XV: 2-21.

Old Amherst, list of activities for alums returning a century ago for Commencement/Reunion, Summer 1998, p. 13.

Old Liberty. Marshall Terry, Jr. XIV: 2-26.

Olden, Walter Hart Jr. '36, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 97.

Oldest Alumnus. (Joseph A. Sanders.) I:15
      S. A. Chapin dies. XII: 1-21

Oldfield, Frederic M. '77, death notice, Spring 1998, p. 74.

Olds, Dr. James '47, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 64.

Olds, George Daniel Jr. '13, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 68.
      The Arab, the Koran, and the Ring. XXVI: 2-6 .

Olds, George D., mathematics library dedicated to him, Summer 1980. p. 29.

Olds, George David III '38, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 48.

Olds, Leland. Obituary. XIII: 2-24.

Olio, patron drive, Fall 1980, p. 31.

Olios, back numbers. XI: 2-17

Oliphant, Winford '34, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 48.

Oliver, Allan '63, letter from, Winter 1994, p. 43.

Oliver, Donald W. '50, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 95.

Oliver, Donald W., and Shaver, James P. Teaching Public Issues in the High School. XIX: 2-40.

Oliver, Roland LaVerne '29, obituary, Summer '77, p. 66.

Olmsted, Charles Henry, Jr. '43, obituary, Fall 1980, p. 63.

Olmsteds, story on, Fall 1981, p. 14-23.

Olsen, Marcus '79, play written by, June '79, p. 16.

Olsen, Norman '20, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 66.

Olsen, Tillie Lerner, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1998, p. 14.

Olson, Marcus '79, article on, by Terry Y. Allen, Spring 1990, p. 6.

Olson, Neil Robert '40, obituary, Winter 1977, p. 84.

Olson, Roger Grove '57, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 85.

Olver, Rose Richardson - A Lady of Amherst. XIX: 3-29.
      new dean of freshmen, June '80, p. 5.
      Honored during Amherst College Women's Week, Spring 1981, p. 31.
      ILS program, Summer 1982, p. 19.
      Psychology, Toward  a New Synthesis.  XVI:  2-4. 
      Bruner, Jerome S., and Greenfield, Patricia M. Studies in Cogitive Growth. XIX: 4-31.
      named the L. Stanton Williams '41 Professor, Winter 1995, p. 9.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 7.

O'Meara, Stanley R. '21 Obituary XXVIII: 4-59.

On Being a Cop. David Durk. XXIV: 3-9.

On Certain Limits of Education. The 143rd Commencement Address. Reuben A. Brower. XVII: 1-12.

On Proving God. Roger Hazelton. V: 3-119.

On Reading. Marcel Proust. co-translator William Burford. XXIV: 3-22.

On Teaching French. Kurt Jung. XXI: 4-10.

On the Banks of the Old Freshman. George L. Cadigan. XXVII: 4-21.

On the Boss’s Time: Shop Poems and Other Poems. George C. Bratt. (R.H. also ’15) XI: 4-29; XII: 1-26.

On the Way to the Island. David Ferry. (Carter Revard) XIII: 3-33.

On Translation. Reuben A. Brower, Editor. (Thomas F. Gould) XI: 4-28

On Using Land and People. George E. Calvert. XXVII: 2-16.

One Church: Catholic and Reformed.  Lewis S. Mudge.  (Roger Hazelton)  XVI:  3-29. 

One Maie Learne, Yet Withal Be Merry at Folger. Mistress Jean White. XIV: 3-16.

One School Administrator's Philosophy: His Development. Frank E. Spaulding. V: 2-62.
      "Amherst College in the Eighties".

O'Neal, Edward Asbury Jr. '66, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 104.

Only 50 Years Ago. Seth H. Moseley. XXVIII: 4-23.

Ooms, Van Doom '56, elected an alumni trustee, Fall 1988, p. 4.
      received honorary degree, Summer 1981, p. 36.
      Rhodes Scholar. VIII: 3-22.

Opdyke, Charlton Elwood '31, obituary, Summer 1981, p. 73.

Opening of College. II:58;  III: 59;  IV: 57;  V: 2-56; VI: 2-12; IX: 2-17; XIII: 2-1; XIV: 2-19;  XV:  2-25; XIX: 2-23.

Opera at Amherst, Summer 2003, p. 23.

Operation Crossroads Africa. Ruth T. Plimpton. (Stephen F. Downs) XV: 3-32.

Oppenheimer, Ernest Albert '56, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 70.

Opper, Frederick Burr II '33, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 62.

Opperman, Robert E. '29, notice of death, Summer 2003, p. 89.

Opportunities in Public Relations. (Shepard Henkin.) IV: 121

Opposites. Richard Wilbur. XXV: 4-20.

Opt In--Not Out. J. P. Wilkerson. XXII: 1-29.

Orchestra of the Language, The. Ernest M. Robson. XIII: 4-22.

Orders, John '64. Changing Student Attitudes. XXVIII: 2-23.
      Leaves Amherst. XXVIII: 4-3.

Orent, Clifford '12. Glee Club Grand Tour. XXV: 2-5.

Orent, Clifford '72. The International Language of Music. XXII: 2-17.

Oresman, Stephen B. '45, trustee biography, June '80, p. 15.

Oresman, Stephen B. '54. Chairman of 1972 Alumni Fund. XXIV: 2-25.

"Oresteia, The." XII: 4-20

Organization Strategy: A Marketing Approach. E. Raymond Corey and Steven H. Star. XXIII: 3-36.

Organizational Change: The Effect of Successful Leadership. Robert H. Guest. (Willard L. Thorp XV: 1-30.

Oriental at Amherst, The. Yasuo Sakakibara. X: 1-15.

Orientation and Conflict in Career. co-author Louis B. Barnes. XXIII: 4-24.

Origins of "Lord Jeff". Letter from J.S. Hamilton to Robert S. Fletcher. VI: 3-2.

Origins of Classroom Shakespeare. XVII: 2-24.

Ormand, William '40, obituary, Winter 1982, p. 71.

Orr Rink Report. VIII: 4-20.

Orr, Everett, Jr. '32, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 44.

Orr, Walter Stuart. Obituary. XIV: 2-18.
      Annuities and Life Insurance Booklet. IX: 4-23.

Orrok, Douglas Hall '28, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 45.

Osborn, Earl D. '70, article by, on The First Amherst Coeds, Winter 1998, p. 17.

Osborn, Stafford Palmer '45, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 65.

Osborne. Barbara, awarded grant, Fall 1985, p. 24.

Osgood, Robert W., Jr. '22, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 30.

Oss, Adriaan C. Van '69, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 40.

Ostendarp, James E. Appointed Coach. XI: 4-26
      Ostendarp Must Rebuild Amherst Eleven. James Carfield. XVII: 2-33.
      honored with a dinner called "An Evening with the Darp," Summer 1990, p. 22.
      Professorship, establishment of, Spring 1991, p. 12.
      Professorship, in honor of, Spring 1991, p. 12.
      Retires, Spring 1992, p. 3.
      Retires, Summer 1992, p. 9.
      honorary ceremony for Lloyd Jordan, Fall '78, p. 17.
      Named first vice president of the American Football Coaches Association, Summer 1981, p. 16.
      Presented film of Amherst's '81 football victory over Williams, Winter 1982, p. 4.
      Honored at an awards banquet, named the New York Football Writers' "Coach of the Year" in Divisions II and III. Spring 1985, p. 20.
      Letter about, Summer 1985, p. 32.
      Blocked ESPN's plan to televise 100th football game between Amherst and Williams, Winter 1985. p. 2.

Oster, Jon Franklin '54, obituary, Summer 1982, p. 74.

Ostrander, Donald S. 153, obituary, Summer 1983, p. 60.

Ostrow, Merl H. '49, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Other People’s Houses. Tad Mosel. (Walter Gibson) IX: 4-32.

Otis, Charles Foster '39, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 46.

Otis, Delos Sackett '20, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 34.
      letter from, Summer 1983, p. 75.
      The Dawes Act and the Allotment of Indian Lands. XXV: 4-20

Ott, Louis J. '27, obituary, Spring 1983, p. 48.

Otterstrom, William Francis '31, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 45.

Otto, Frank Paul '46, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 77.

Our College. Remarks at National Committee meeting. Calvin H. Plimpton. XV: 2-15.

Our Conservation Job. (Stephen Raushenbush.) I:18

Our Garden Friends the Bugs. Allan W. Forbes. (H. W. H.) XV: 1-30.

Our Land, Our People. Edited by Edward A. Hamilton and Charles Preston. Coordinated by George Benneyan. (H.W.H.) XI: 4-27

Our Religious Traditions. (Sterling P. Lamprecht.) II:151

Our Summer Snows. Clinton H. Blake, Jr. XXIII: 3-36.

Outing Club, locates Tyler Cabin, once the getaway camping lodge of the Club, Fall 1992, p. 4.

Overview of General Psychology L. Dodge Fernald and Peter S. Fernald. XIX: 2-43.

Ovid: The Loves, The Art of Beauty, The Remedies for Love and The Art of Love. Translated by Rolfe Humphries. (C.L. Barber) X: 1-29.

Owen, Kent '60, letter from, Winter 2001, p. 42.

Owen, Robert Aneurin '61, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 54. 

Owen, William Frazier. Jr. 34, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 33.

Owens, John David '45, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 118.

Oxford and Amherst. George E. Peterson. XVII: 1-8.

Oxholm, Carl '75. The Road to Fontainebleau. XXVIII: 2-18.

Oya, Minoru, received honorary degree, Summer 2003, p. 5.

Pabst, William Richard Jr. '31, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 53.

Pace, Eric. Book Is Key to Slang of 'Gulag', NYT reprint. XXVI: 3-29.

Packard house, photo and caption on, Winter 1999, p. 5.

Packard, Laurence Bradford. Obituary. VII: 4-6.
      Review of Festschrift. VII: 3-31.
      Memorial Collection, Spring 1977. p. 32.
      Summer '77, p. 28.
      Endowment Fund, Winter 1983, p. 6-7.

Packard, Richard C. '45, book received, Summer 2001, p. 35.

Packard, Robert Frederick '41, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 56.

Packard, Sidney R. Four College Coordinator. IX: 4-23.

Packard, Sidney Raymond '15, obituary, Spring 1981. p. 58.

Packel, Edward W. '63, book received, Summer 1994, p. 44.
      book is reviewed, Winter 1982, p. 28.

Padgett, Jon Ensley '84, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 91.

Padowitz, David F., news of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 6.

Pagnotta, Leo G. '37, obituary. Summer 1983, p. 59.

Paige, John Wagner '27, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 35.

Paine, Gaylord L. '36, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 75.

Paine. David Freeman Hawke. XXVII: 2-23.

Paint It Yourself. Howard Ketcham. VI: 4-25.

Pakradooni, Aram Puzant '44, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 39.

Palmer Kimberly Shearer '01, article by, on God and Students at Amherst, Winter 1998, p.13.

Palmer, David R. '50, named chairman of the United Way of Massachusetts Bay, Fall 1976, p. 19.
      reunion, Summer '78, p. 7.
      Honored for Society of the Alumni Service, December '79, p. 14.
      Fundraising drive, Fall 1980, p. 3.

Palmer, Ernest Jr. '36, notice of death, Spring 2000, p. 79.

Palmer, Lewis Hall '37, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 45.

Palmer, Theodore Paine '28, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 89.

Palmer, Thomas W., Jr. Search for a Latin American. XI: 1-23

Paluska, John '89, article on, Winter 1996, p. 13.

Pandian, Anand S. '94, named a Harry S. Truman Scholar, Summer 1993, p. 3.
      book he co-edited received, Summer 2003, p. 36.

Papandreou, Georgios '75, awarded honorary degree, Summer 2002, p. 8.

Paper Tiger. Stanley Woodward. (Rolfe Humphries) XVI: 4-31.

Parakilas, James '70, book is reviewed, Summer 2000, p. 37.
      book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.
      A Student's Evaluation. (Problems of Inquiry: The Humanities) XX: 1-5.

Parents Day. III: 14; 61; 109. IV: 15; 60

Parents Fund. Roger Hull, Chairman. XII: 1-22

Parents Week End. (Alpha Delta Phi.) II:108

Parents Weekend. IX: 3-19.

Parham, Prof. Marisa, "What They Are Reading," Summer 2002, p. 40.

Paris Alumni Meeting. XII: 4-inside front cover

Park, Bill '86, Interterm program, Spring 1984, p. 5.

Park, Irwin L., Jr. '50, Fall '77, p. 45.
      '"R' before 'E' except when it's me," Winter 1981, p. 12.

Park, John Norwood '53, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 95.

Park, Mr. and Mrs. John (Jack) N. '53, Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Winter 1999, inside back cover.

Park, Robert Hodges '16 Obituary XXVII: 3-88.

Park, William R., Jr. '86, assistant to the secretary for public affairs on the Ives Washburn grant, Fall 1986, p. 28.
      Article by, on the New Gym, Fall 1986, p. 30.
      Book review by, Spring 1987, p. 21.

Park, William Richard '49, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 89.
      received honorary degree at Commencement, Summer 1976, p. 8.
      Secretary for Deferred Giving, Winter '79, p. 14.
      National Alumni Weekend, Fall 1982, p. 7.

Parker Twins. XI: 1-15

Parker, Allan Elwood '29, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 38.

Parker, Andrew C., delivered Lazerowitz Lecture, Summer 1989, p. 6.
      Book he co-edited is published, Fall 1991, p. 5.
      Awarded a Residential Fellowship for the 1992-93 academic year at the Center for the Humanities at Stanford University, Summer 1992, p. 42. 

Parker, Andrew, book received, Fall 1995, p. 42.

Parker, David Brewster '59, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 74.

Parker, David L. '64, letter from, Summer 2004, p. 43.

Parker, Frederick Allen '20, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 49.

Parker, Jeffrey D., represented Amherst at a workshop, Winter 1984, p. 23.

Parker, John W. ‘24 Obituary XXVII: 4-59.

Parker, Lewis Slocum '28, obituary, Summer 1981, p. 72.

Parker, Raeburn Hughes '20, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 37.

Parker, Robert '58, article on, "The first alumnus to leave the earth," Summer 1984, p. 6-13.

Parker, Robert A. R. First Amherst alumnus to become astronaut. XX: 2-27.

Parker, Robert H. '38, obituary, Spring 2003, p. 83.

Parker, T. Valentine. American Protestantism. IX: 1-30.

Parker, Tom, new dean of admission and financial aid, Summer 1999, p. 2.

Parker, Walter Bolster '28, obituary, Spring 1982, p. 59.

Parker. Frederick A. '20, letter by, Summer '78, p. 34.
      Received Edward Jones 1826 Memorial Award, Fall 1982, p. 4.

Parkhurst, Edward C. '43, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 115.

Parkhurst, Michael Edward '57, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 68.

Parkhurst, Richard Barnard '28, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 82.

Parks, Clarence R. '15, death notice, Winter 1996, p. 74.

Parks, George B. '11, obituary, Winter 1982, p. 67.

Parks, Gordon, received honorary degree, Summer 2003, p. 5.

Parks, John. Digest of Ford Foundation sponsored research on "Can We Afford Peace?" XIV: 1-33.

Parnall, Christopher G. Jr. '29 Obituary XXVII: 1-59.

Parpart, Arthur K. (Editor, The Chemistry and Psysiology of Growth.) II:115.

Parris, Guichard B. '27, article on, Winter 1987, p. 14.
      Obituary, Spring 1991, p. 46.

Parrish, Graydon '99, article on his painting, Summer 1999, p. 7.

Parsons, Mark '68, letter from, Fall 1976, p. 30.

Parsons, Talcott '24, obituary, Summer '79, p. 84.

Parsons, Talcott, and Clark, Kenneth B., editors. The Negro American. XIX: 1-58.

Parsons, Talcott. (Essays in Sociological Theory, Pure and Applied.) II:21

Parsons, Willis Gilman Jr. '50, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 69.

Partenheimer, Harold P. '41, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 114.

Partenheimer, Joseph E. II:188

Participant's Assessment, A. (Independent Study at Amherst) George H. Nash III. XX: 2-6.

Partridge, Charles Frank '33, Amherst Life Income Gifts ad, Winter 1997, inside back cover.
      Obituary, Winter 2002, p. 95.

Partridge, Damani J. '95, received Fulbright grant for 1995-96, Summer 1995, p. 4.

Partridge, H. Roy, appointed dean, Summer '79, p. 16.

Partridge, Sanborn '36, Amherst Life Income Gifts ad, Winter 1997, inside back cover.

Party Loyalty and Congressmen: The Difference Between Democrats and Republicans, 1947-1962. David R. Mayhew. Earl Latham XX: 1-32.

Pasquariello, Lucas Joseph '34, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 52.

Passing of Springfield Republican,The. (John J. Scanlon.) III: 159

Passport Through the Iron Curtain. (Albert P. Bergeron.) III: 192

Paster, Gail Kern, new director of the Folger Shakespeare Library, Spring 2002, p. 8.

Pasternak, Boris. Sister My Life. Philip C. Flayderman, translator. XX: 3-31.

Pasternak, Herbert S. '56, obituary, Summer 1996, p. 93.

Pastore, Emil Maria '28, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 74.

Patch, Isaac '35, book received, Fall 1996, p. 43.

Patch, Ralph D. '27, death notice, Fall 1996, p. 76.

Patch, William H. '42, letter from, Summer 1991, p. 39.

Patchel Memorial Fund, Summer 1992, p. 14.

Patchel, Caroline and Bob, letter from, Fall 1993, p. 39.

Patchel, David Palmer '91, remembrance of, Winter 1991-92, p. 5.
      Obituary, Summer 1992, p. 55.

Patient Care in Cardiac Surgery. Co-author, Douglas M. Behrendt. XXV: 2-26.

Patrick, John Booth '45, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 79.

Patrick, Loomis '27, Summer '77, p. 36.
      Obituary, Winter '79, p. 90.

Patrick, Rowland Vermilye '29, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 36.

Pattengill, Keith Prudden '37, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 47.

Pattengill, Victor Romaine, Jr. '39, obituary, Fall 1981, p. 71.

Patterns of Government: The Major Political Systems of Europe. Second edition. Samuel H. Beer, Adam B. Ulam, Nicholas Wahl, Herbert T. Spiro, and Harry Eckstein. (David B. Truman) XVI: 1-34.

Patterson, Charles '54, book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.

Patterson, Charles '58, book is received, Winter 1983, p. 23.
      Book is reviewed, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 62-64.
      Book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.
      book received, Fall 1989, p. 32.
      book received, Summer 1994, p. 44.
      Books received, Fall 1995, p. 42.
      Letter from, Winter 1996, p. 40.
      Book received, Spring 2002, p. 33.
      Book he co-authored received, Fall 2002, p. 33.

Patterson, Franklin. President, Hampshire College. XVIII: 4-14.

Patterson, James '31, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 64.

Patterson, John T. '73, death notice, Winter 1998, p. 67.

Patterson, Thomas K. '14, obituary. Spring 1984, p. 46.

Pattillo, Mason '70, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 71.

Patton, Ward H. Jr. '42, Amherst Life Income Gifts ad, Winter 1994.

Paul, Harold C. '42, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 83.

Paul, Randolph E. '11. Taxation in the United States. VII: 1-29.
      Tax Aspects of Gifts to Amherst. (revised). VII: 3-22.
      Obituary. VIII: 4-8.
      Tax Aspects of Gifts to Amherst. VI: 2-14.

Paulmiere, Horace Brumley '29. obituary. Spring '78, p. 62.

Paulson, Donald E. '55, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 76.

Paymer, Stanley '36, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 64.

Payne, Harry C., awarded honorary degree, Summer 1994, p. 11.

Payne, Paul L. '31, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Payton, Lewis J. '49, notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.

Peabody, Alan Bowe '46, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 88.

Peace Corps' Secret Mission, The. Benjamin DeMott. XIV: 3-3.
      Letters. XV: 1-33.

Peace Corps. Nineteen alumni serving. XVII: 3-31.
      Twelve members of Class of 1966 join. XIX: 1-28.

Peace. Research to be conducted under Ford Foundation on "Can We Afford Peace?" XIII: 3-24.
      Digest of discussions. XIV: 1-33.

Pearce, Graeme Jackson '33, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 50.

Pearcy, Sarah '97, article on "Words (and Phrases!) Faculty Say They Don't Want To See Again, Ever,” Spring 1999, p. 9.

Pearlman, Justin '33, obituary, Fall 1980, p. 61.

Pearsall, Raymond Smith '36 Obituary XXVIII: 1-72.

Pearson, Craig Morgan '50, obituary. Summer 1981, p. 75.

Pearson, Daniel S. '52, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 119.

Pearson, James W. '54, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 39.

Pearson, JOM Reed, Jr. '52, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 46.

Pearson, Nigel Arthur '46, obituary, Winter 1977. p. 84.

Pease, Arthur Stanley. III: 19
      Obituary. XVI: 4-21.

Pease, Francis Barber '31, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 54.

Pease, Franklin Stuart, obituary, Winter 1977, p. 80.

Pease, Lila, faculty honor. June '79. p. 16.
      received research grant, Summer 1976, p. 20.

Pease, Robert F. '45, book received, Summer 1994, p. 44.

Peck, Anthony '79. "An Amherst Theater in Vermont," December '79, p. 26.

Peck, Jerome Frederick Jr. '37, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 44.

Peck, Lionel Sidney Jr. '43, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 49.

Peden, Burnet Wilcox '42, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 85.

Peet, William Sr. '34, notice of death, Summer 2003, p. 89.

Pegler: Angry Man of the Press. Oliver Pilet. (Peter Schrag) XVI: 1-31.

Peirce, Charles '42, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 9l.

Peirce, Jon '67, letter from, Winter 1987, p. 35.

Peltier, Frank A. '37, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 93.

Pelton, Henry Varick '33, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 47.

Pelton, Richard Vibberts '36, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 60.

Pelton. Henry V. '33, retired alumni business volunteer, Spring 1977, p. 21.

Pemberton, John III, news of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 6.
      Book received, Winter 1998, p. 35.
      Tribute to, on the occasion of his retirement, Summer 1998, p. 5.
      Finalist for book award, Fall 1998, p. 10.
      presented lecture, Fall 1986, p. 7.
      Included in article on Yoruba exhibition, Winter 1990, p. 9.
      awarded grant, Summer 1981, p. 16.
      Book is published, Spring 1982, p. 3.
      Named Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Humanities, Summer 1983, p. 19.
      Received grant, Winter 1984. p. 23.

Pendleton, John B. Visiting Secondary Schools. XI: 4-12

Pennell, Lieutenant. The Passions of. Fall '78. p. 3.

Pennels, Stuart Alan '54, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 49.

Pennington, James Sutton Jr. '30, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 79.

Penn-Nabrit, Paula P'04, book received, Winter 2003, p. 35.

Pennock, Robert Spanton '29, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 43.

Pennsylvania Avenue. Report of the President's Council on Pennsylvania Avenue. (H. W. H.) XVII: 2-37.

Penny, Gerald Gilbert '77. Obituary. XXVI: 2-12.

Pentagonal Conference. II:144

People Called Shakers, The. Edward D. Andrews. VI: 2-19.

People, Land and Taxes: A Study of Man's Relationship with Mother Earth and His Fellows. George H. Duncan. VI: 4-25.

Peppard, Murray B. '39 Obituary XXVII: 2-11.
      Nikolai Nekrasov. XX: 3-31.
      co-translator For Freedom of Imagination. XXIII: 4-23.

Pepper, Max P. '51. A Decade Later. (with J.K. Myers and L.L. Bean). XXI: 3-29.

Pepper, Thomas A. '83, internship program, Winter 1982, p. 2.
      Received Mellon Fellowship in the Humanities, Summer 1984, p. 57.

Perez, Giovi '54, obituary, Winter '79, p. 91.

Perichitch, Milutin Ljoubisha '60, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 92.

Perkins, Dwight H. Nuclear Relations. (The Future of Sino-American Relations) XX: 4-4.

Perkins, George T.B. '35 Obituary XXVIII: 4-60.

Perkins, John Bruce '43, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 93.

Perkins, John H. '64, book received, Fall 1998, p. 40.

Perkins, Ralph Coatsworth '26, obituary, Winter '79, p. 89.

Perkins, Walter Francis '29, obituary, Surrw.er 1984, p. 51.

Perkins, William Robert '32, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 67.

Perlman, Lee A. '62. Alone in the Crowd. XXV: 4-1.
      letter from, Spring 2004, p. 43.
      Trustees meeting in L.A., Winter 1982, p. 4.

Perlov, Elaine '91, article on, Spring 1994, p. 20.

Perpetual Miracle, The. Frank Halliday Ferris. XI: 3-24, 4-29; XII: 4-26

Perry, Charles William '33, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 69.

Perry, Donald Irving Sr. '20, obituary, Spring 1990, p. 45.

Perry, Edward Franklin '29, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 60.

Perry, Hubert Leonard '30, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 44.

Perry, Mark W. '65, Johnson Chapel Associate Profile, Spring 2001, inside back cover.

Perry, Merton E. '22, notice of death, p. 81.

Perspectives on Early American History: Essays in Honor of Richard B. Morris. Alden T. Vaughan. XXV: 4-20.

Peters, David A. '52, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 121.

Peters, Wesley Witham '27, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 43.

Petersen, Clinton Wadleigh '44, obituary, Fall 1998, p. 68.

Peterson, Charles Gordon Jr. '56, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 49.

Peterson, Dale E., articles published, Fall 1994, p. 7.
      Paragraph on his recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 8.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 11.
      Book received, Winter 2001, p. 40.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 8.
      Amherst's representative in U.S.-Soviet academic exchange, Spring 1988, p. 2.
      article appears in magazine, Spring 1982, p. 4.
      Published two articles, traveled to Soviet Union to present a paper, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 53-54.
      news of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 6.
      Several essays to commemorate centenary of Turgenev's death appeared in print, Fall 1985, p. 12.

Peterson, George E. '63. Editor, Property Tax Reform. XXVI: 4-30.
      Elected as alumni Trustee. XXII: 1-23.
      Oxford and Arrillerst. XVII: 1-8.
      The New England College in the Age of the University. XVII: 3-37.
      The Cold War as History. Ford Foundation Research Report on Is There an End to the Cold War? XVI: 1-39.

Peterson, Roger Tory, class day guest speaker, Summer '77. p. 1.
      Received honorary degree citation, Summer '77, p. 7.

Peterson. John H., Fall '77, p. 2.

Pethybridge, Charles Edward '06, obituary, Summer '77, p. 62.

Petracca, Hark P., book review by, Spring 1984., p. 67-68,

Petrarch at Vaucluse. Ernest H. Wilkins. XI: 1-23

Petrarch, Life of. Ernest Hatch Wilkins. XIV: 2-26.

Petras, Teresa Vivian '83, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 88.

Petri, Stephen '78, received Fulbright-Hays grant, Spring '78, p. 10.

Petrie, Sherman Vernal Jr. '34, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 65.

Petropulos, John A. article on. XXVII: 3-12.
      Politics and Statecraft in the Kingdom of Greece, 1833-43. XXI: 4-27.
      appointed E. Dwight Salmon Professor of History, Summer 1990, p. 8.
      dean of freshmen, Spring 1982, p. 7.
      article on his death, Summer 1999, p. 4.

Petrushevskaya, Liudmila, is Weiss Fellow at the Center for Russian Culture, Winter 1994, p. 8.

Pettee, George Harris '50, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 67.

Pettee, Herbert Bachellor '17, obituary, Winter 1981, p. 59.

Pettet, Edwin B. IX: 2-25.
      Theater and the Liberal Arts. VIII: 4-6.

Pew Memorial Trust, awarded a grant to support library automation to Five Colleges, Inc., Fall 1982, p. 5.

Pfanner, David E. '52. Back-Country Burma. VIII: 3-9.

Pfatteicher, Philip H. '57, book received, Fall 1995, p. 42.

Pfeifer, Robert Thomas '42, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 86.

Pfeiffer, Jane Cahill, received honorary degree citation, Summer 1980, p. 12.

Pfeiffer, Richard J. '78, article by, on his experiences working on an oil rig in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, Fall 1976, p. 20.

Pfeil, Fred '71, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.

Pfeil, Walter George, Jr. '36, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 44.

Ph.D.s, letter about, Winter 1980, p. 8.
      Study reveals that Amherst continues to rank third in the number of graduates who have earned Ph.D. degrees, Spring 1983, p. 66.

Phelps, Edmund S. '55, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1985, p. 11.
      Fiscal Neutrality toward Economic Growth: Analysis of a Taxation Principle. XIX: 4-29.
      Golden Rules of Economic Growth: Studies of Efficient and Optimal Investment. XIX: 4-29.

Phelps, Orin Mallory '24, obituary, Summer 1985, p. 30.

Phi Beta Kappa. V: 1-14; 5-194. VI: 4-16.
      Elections. I:8; II:16
      Elections. III: 15; 198
      Elections. IV: 14; 203
      talk, Summer '79, p. 20.

Philadelphia. Job Loan Corporation founded. XX: 4-29.

Phillips, Caryl, book he authored is published, Fall 1991, p. 5.
      book is published, Fall 1994, p. 7.
      Books received, Summer 1994, p. 44.
      One of 10 recipients of the Lannan Literary Award in 1994, Fall 1995, p. 9.
      Book received, Winter 1998, p. 35.

Phillips, Charles Joseph '41, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 38.

Phillips, Deane '45, letter from, Fall 1998, p. 43.

Phillips, Edward E. III '52, named to the Board of Trustees, Summer 1976, p. 19.
      trustee biography, June '80, p. 16.
      Elected to six-year term trusteeship, Fall 1982, p. 4.
      Chairman of presidential search committee, Winter 1983, p. 2.

Phillips, Ezekiah '05, sports article by, on women's hockey, Spring 2004, p. 33.

Phillips, H. Harwood '76, death notice, Winter 1997, p. 68.

Phillips, Harlan Buddington '42, obituary, December '79, p. 71.

Phillips, Harold Wendell '32, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 89.

Phillips, Henry '26, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 46.

Phillips, J. Richard. Gifts to Special Collections. XXVI: 4-2.

Phillips, John W. G. '69. Appointed assistant in Alumni Office. XXI: 4-15.

Phillips, McCandlish. Albert S. Bard, at 90, Sets Brisk Pace. IX: 3-14.

Phillips, Paul Koehler '20, obituary, Spring 1977, p. 61.

Phillips, Richard Fifield '39, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 34.

Phillips, Robert Steele '31, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 55.

Phillips, William Pennell, Jr. '46, obituary, Winter 1977, p. 84.

Phillips. Harlan B. Felix Frankfurter Reminisces. Recorded in talks. XIII: 1-26.

Philosopher's Pilgrimage, A. Alban G. Widgery. XIV: 4-26.

Phish, article on, Winter 1996, p. 13.

Photography--A Growing Medium at Amherst. Daniel Kaufman. XXI: 3-7.

"Photography in Nineteenth-Century America," article on exhibition, Winter 1991-92, p. 7.

Phreaner, Mr. and Mrs. George H. '37, Amherst Life Income Gifts ad, Winter 1995, inside back cover.

Phypers, Fordham Sutcliffe '28, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 45.

Physical Education and Athletics at Amherst College. Allison W. Marsh. VII: 2-7.

Physical Education Department. Fitness course inaugurated. XIV: 3-23.

Physical Education. Department reorganization. III: 19
      Letter from Stanley King. III: 142

Physician, College. II:65

Physician. Dana W. Atchley. XIV: 2-26.

Physicians Assistant - Today and Tomorrow, The. Alfred M. Sadler, Jr., Blair L. Sadler, and Ann A. Bliss. XXV: 2-26.

Physics Department. Laboratory established for nuclear and atomic physics. XVI: 1-24.

Physics Research. (Low-temperature Labratory.) II:113

Physics, article on Prof. Romer and his "Thinking About Physics" project, Winter 2003, p. 8.
      tight job market in the field of, Spring 1992, p. 5.
      New course. III: 153
      Teaching Experiments. X: 1-28.

Pick, Nancy '83, book review by, Winter 1994, p. 41.

Pickford, William Henry '28, obituary, Winter '78, p. 87.

Picnic, Freshman-Faculty. XII: 2-14

Picture, A, Is a Picture. W. G. Rogers. (Charles H. Morgan) XVI: 4-32.

Piehler, Edmund Otto '32, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 54.

Pierce, Franklin Fisher '32, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 32.

Pierce, John M. '60, notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Pierce, Michael '74, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 53.

Pierce, Willard Weed '51, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 87.

Pierre, Andrew J. '55, book is reviewed, June '80, p. 39.
      Book is received, Winter 1983, p. 23.
      Nuclear Politics: The British Experience with an Independent Strategic Force, 1939-1970. XXV: 2-25.
      book he co-edited is reviewed, Winter 1999, p. 34.

Pierson, Charles E. '44, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 116.

Pierson, George M. '24, death notice, Spring 1997, p. 72.

Pike, Albert H. Jr. '36, death notice, Summer 1995, p. 68.

Pike, Norman '34, obituary, Winter 1983, p. 60.

Pike, Stuart '28, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 50.

Pilat, Oliver Ramsay '26, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 38.
      Drew Pearson: An Unauthorized Biography XXVI: 1-26.
      A New Plateau of Life. XXVI: 4-26.
      Lindsay's Campaign. XXI: 1-33.
      The Atom Spies. V: 1-19; 2-62.
      Lindsay's Campaign. XX: 4-41.
      Pegler: Angry Men of the Press. XVI: 1-31.
      letter from, December '79, p. 33.
      Book review by, Winter 1982, p. 24.
      Letter from, Fall 1982, p. 37.
      Letter about, Winter 1983, p. 27.
      Letter from, Summer 1983, p. 75.
      Book review by, Fall 1985, p. 31.

Pilgrim, Dianne H., awarded honorary degree at Commencement, Summer 1991, p.8.

Pillsbury, John Phillips '40, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 74.

Pillsbury, Ralph Douglas '40, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 39.

Pinder, Woodrow A. '78, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 94.

Pingel, John Spencer, Jr. '63, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 77.

Pingree, Arthur V. '40, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 117.

Pinsky, Dr. Drew '80, article on, Winter 1995, p. 20.

Pinsof, Lawrence D. '71, notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.

Pioneer: A History of the Johns Hopkins University, 1874-1889. Hugh D. Hawkins. Donald N. Bigelow XIV: 2-26.

Pioneers, New Worlds for. Richard Reuter. X: 1-10.

Piper, Randall Howe '29, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 45.

Piper, Richard Freeborn '26, obituary, Spring 1982, p. 59.

Pistel, John A. '69, appointed associate director of development, Fall 1992, p. 8.

Pitcher and I. Stephen Cole. XV: 4-26.

Pitcher, Albert M. Jr. '43, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 115.

Pitcher, Eleanor. Obituary. XX: 3-21.

Pitcher, Robert B. '31, notice of death, Summer 2003, p. 89.

Pithie, Earl George '29, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 48.

Pitkin, Donald S., book is reviewed, Fall 1986, p. 32.
      Received 1988 Italian National Prize for Southern Studies, Summer 1989, p. 6.
      Book he authored is published, Fall 1991, p. 5.
      Retires, Summer 1992, p. 9.
      book is published, film is a finalist in the American Film Festival and screened at the Margaret Mead Film Festival, Winter 1984, p. 24.
      book received, Winter 1999, p. 36.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 8.

Pitre, Thomas Palm '19, obituary, Spring 1982. p. 57.

Pitt, William Vaughan '40, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 84.

Placement Service – Amherst Club of New York. X: 3-10.

Planning and Control for Profit. Ralph F. Lewis. XXIII: 3-36.

Plans for the Merrill Center by Willard L. Thorp. V: 4-149.

Plate, Thomas Gordon '66. book is reviewed, Summer '78, p. 38.
      Understanding Doomsday: A Guide to the Arms Race for Hawks, Doves and People. XXIII: 4-25.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 1982, p. 19.
      Crime Pays! XXVIII: 4-30.

Platonism of Shelley, The. (James A. Notopoulos.) II:150

Playing for Mortal Stakes. Remarks by Robert Frost at National Committee meeting (Capital Program). XV: 2-4.

Plaza and Waldorf dorms, article on, Fall 2002, p. 4.

Plehn, Lloyd Herman '39 Obituary XXVIII: 1-72.

Plight of the Humanities, The. A Special Report. XVII: 4-33.

Plimpton House, Fall 1984, p. 5.

Plimpton House, photo of fireplace, Fall 1996, p. 9.

Plimpton, Calvin '39. Charge to Seniors XXIII: 1-7;
      Resignation. XXIII: 1-20.
      Accepts Medical Post. XXIV: 1-23;
      Honorary degree citation XXIV: 1-15;
      Convocation address. XXIII: 2-2;
      Canoe Trip XXIV: 3-6.
      The Hazards of Success. XVIII: 2-12.
      The Uses of Stress. (The Student of 1965 - Four Views) XVIII: 1-3.
      Tribute to Alexander Meiklejohn at memorial service. Terras Irradient. XVII: 3-inside front cover.
      article on, Winter 1986, p. 7.
      head of Beirut's American University. Winter 1984, p. 4.
      letter from, Summer 1994, p. 47.
      Book received, Summer 1994, p. 45.
      Amherst and the Future. XIV: 1-7.
      Inauguration. XIII: 1-1, 3-1.
      Inaugural address. The Hidden Strength Within. XIII: 3-4.
      Honorary doctor of science degree awarded by Trinity College. XIX: 1-33.
      New President XII: 4-2
      Inauguration XII: 4-3
      Our College. Remarks at National Committee meeting (Capital Program). XV: 2-15.
      Reflections. Remarks at Robert Frost Memorial Service. XV: 4-3.
      Convocation Address 1969. XXII: 2-2. Special Issue: 1, 5, 16.

Plimpton, Francis T. P. '22, article on law as a career, Spring 1977, p. 15.
      Obituary, Summer 1983, p. 61.
      Address to 50-Year Class. XXV: 1-16.
      Displays Sputnik fragment. XV: 2-29.
      Named by President Kennedy as aide to American United Nations delegate Adlai Stevenson. XIII: 4-8.
      In Praise of Polygamy. IX: 4-6.

Plimpton, Francis T. P. Jr. '50. A Report on the Amherst Crew. VII: 1-10.

Plimpton, Herbert, and the Plimpton Collection, Winter 1982, p. 18-20.

Plimpton, Hollis Winslow '15, obituary, Spring 1981, p. 59.

Plimpton, Pauline Ames & George, book is reviewed, Summer 1986, p. 30.

Plimpton, Ruth T. Operation Crossroads Africa. XV: 3-32.

Plock, Richard Henry, Jr., '57, obituary, Fall 1980, p. 63.

Plough, Charles Tobias, Jr., '24. obituary, June '79, p. 61.

Plough, Harold H. '13, book is reviewed, Spring '78, p. 36.
      Amherst Cobalt Source and its use in biological research. VII: 1-1.
      A Biologist Visits the U.S.S.R. XI: 2-8
      Retirement of XII: 1-24
      IV: 62
      obituary notice, Summer 1986, p. 5.
      (Science in the New Curriculum.) II:136

Plough, Paul Harwood '17, obituary, Winter 1977, p. 80.

Plough, Paul Harwood, Jr., '50, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 55.

Ploughshares, story on DeWitt Henry, June '79, p. 22.

Plourde, Paul J. Named Director of Computer Center. XXII: 3-19.

Plumstead, Eugene McCarty '38, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 55.

Plunkett, Douglas Robinson '32, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 46.

Plunkett, Robert Gardner '41, obituary, Summer 1993, 49.

Plunkett, William Brown '31 Obituary XXVIII: 1-72.

Pobedonostsey. His Life and Thought. Robert F. Byrnes. XXI: 2-23.

Poccia, Dominic L., NSF awards grant to college to support project directed by, Fall 1994, p. 7.
      Paragraph on his recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 9.
      News of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 6.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 8.
      received Bristol-Myers Company Grant, Fall 1988, p. 13.
      Awarded NSF grant to direct research, Fall 1990, p. 8.
      Included in article on science equipment, Spring 1992, p. 24.
      Awarded grant from the National Science Foundation, Summer 1992, p. 43.
      Awarded grant from National Science Foundation, Summer 1992, p. 42.
      College receives grants from the National Science Foundation to support project directed by, Fall 1993, p. 11.
      received grant, June '80, p. 9.
      Presented paper in West Berlin, Summer 1981, p. 16.
      Awarded grant, Spring 1982, p. 4.
      Awarded research grants, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 54.
      Awarded grant, Winter 1984, p. 24.
      Visited Yugoslavia as part of the USSR/Eastern European Inter­academy Exchange Program, Fall 1985, p. 24.

Pocinki, Alan G. M.D. '81, letter from, Winter 1998, p. 36.

Podell, Richard N. '64, book received, Fall 1995, p. 42.

Poe, Pascal E. III '63, notice of death, Summer 2003, p. 89.

Poems and Letters of Nikolaus Lenau. Winthrop H. Root. XVII: 1-44.

Poems, Collected and New. Rolfe Humphries. VII: 4-27 .

Poet, Painter and Parson. Ralph M. Williams. X: 2-24.

Poetic Nonagenarian with a  Typewriter, A – Thomas Cochran. IX: 4-7.

Poetry Amherst. Richard Aldridge, editor. XXV: 3-25.

Poetry and Civilization: Essays by George F. Whicher. Collected and edited by Harriet Fox Whicher. VIII: 1-5, 2-3.

Poetry at Amherst. X: 1-22.

Poetry Is: Thoughts About the What, Why, and Who of Poetry. James Playsted Wood. XXV; 2-24.

Poetry of Robert Frost The: Constellations of Intention. Reuben A. Brower. (William H. Pritchard XVI: 1-31.

Poetry of Robert Frost, The. editor Edward Connery Lathem. XXIII: 1-33.

Poetry of The New England Renaissance 1790-1890. (Edited with Introduction by George F. Whicher.) III: 119

Poetry USA: 105 American Poems. Paul Molloy, editor. XX: 4-41.

Poets, Amherst, Fall '78, p. 29.

Pogue, Francis Healy '43, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 53.

Pohl, Frederick J. '11, book is reviewed, Fall 1986, p. 35.
      Obituary, Summer 1991, p. 49.
      book is received, Winter 1984, p. 33.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 1985, p. 25.
      Letter from, Fall 1985, p. 31.
      Like to the Lark: The Early Years of Shakespeare. XXV: 3-25.
      The Lost Discovery. V: 3-118.
      The Viking Settlements of North America. XXIV: 4-23.
      The Viking Explorers. XIX: 1-38.
      The Vikings on Cape Cod. X: 1-29.
      Prince Henry Sinclair: His Expedition to the New World in 1398. LXVII: 3-30.
      Atlantic Crossings before Columbus. XV: 2-36.
      (Editor, Return from the Pole, Frederick A. Cook.) IV: 66

Poirier, Richard '49, book he edited is reviewed, Winter 1996, p. 32.
      Book received, Fall 1999, p. 39.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 2000, p. 32.
      book is reviewed, Summer 1987, p. 29.
      book is reviewed, Winter '78, p. 28.
      Received honorary degree citation, Summer '78, p. 18.
      Story about, Winter 1984, p. 14-16.
      A World Elsewhere: The Place of Style in American Literature. XIX: 3-39.
      The Comic Sense of Henry James. XIII: 3-34.

Poirier, William R. (The Amherst Graduate.) II:54

Poland, Warren Morrison '30, obituary, Winter 1983, p. 60.

Polgar, Tibor Thomas ‘65, obituary, Summer 1985, p. 34.

Political Activism. V: 3-114; V: 2-59, 3-107; 3-115.
      Washington Field Trip. VII: 4-21.
      The Politics and Personality of the Amherst Undergraduate. VIII: 3-13.

Political Attitudes of the Amherst Faculty. Robert M. Rosenzwieg. IX: 2-6.

Political Power and Social Change. Peter H. Odegard. XIX: 1-41

Political Power and the Governmental Process. Karl Loewenstein. X: 3-28.

Political Science Examination. XII: 4-18

Political Science. Eastman Foundation. III: 54
      Political Tyros. III: 106
      Washington Seminar. III: 195
      Washington Internships. IV: 105
      Snell Chair. IV: 115
      Investigating Investigations. IV: 200
      Washington Internes. IV: 204

Politics and Commercials. Edward N. Ney. XXIV: 4-12.

Politics and Personality of tbe Amherst Undergraduate, The. Earl Latham. VIII: 3-13.

Politics and Statecraft in the Kingdom of Greece, 1833-1843. John A. Petropulos. XXI: 4-27.

Politics at Amehrst. IX: 2-18.

Politics in Africa -Prospects South of the Sahara. Herbert J. Spiro. (J. W. F.) XV: 1-32.

Polk, Benjamin Kauffman '37, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 88.
      book is reviewed, Spring 1987, p. 21.
      book received, Spring 1993, p. 38.

Pollak, Richard '57, book is reviewed, Summer 1997, p. 41.

Pollak, Robert A. '60, book he co-edited is received, Fall 1995, p. 42.

Poltenson, Arnold '56, book review by, December '79, p. 32.
      Book review by, June '80, p. 39.
      Received Distinguished Service Award, Fall 1981, p. 6.

Polygamy, In Praise of. Francis T.P. Plimpton. IX: 4-6.

Pomeroy, Stu '46, article by, on 50th-year reunion of Amherst and Williams men, Fall 1993, p. 17.

Pomeroy, William Henry Jr. '34, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 83.

Pond, Walter F. Obituary XXVIII: 3-87.

Pontius, George L. '27, obituary, Winter '78, p. 87.

Poor, Henry B. XI: 1-4

Poor, Richard W. '38, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 69.

Pop Art. Exhibition at Mead Art Museum. XVII: 3-32.

Porter Admission Prize. III: 60 . IV: 61

Porter House, Fall 1984, p. 5-6.

Porter, C. Scott '19, DU named the C. Scott Porter House, Spring 1983, p. 7.
      Foreign Students at Amherst. XIII: 4-2.
      Obituary. XVIII: 3-inside front cover: 4-9.

Porter, David, book review by, Winter 1996, p. 32.
      Book review by, Winter 1999, p. 30.
      Emily Dickinson Symposium director. Fall 1980, p. 6.

Porter, Edward Tiffin '21. Obituary XXVIII: 4-59.

Porter, Fairfield, exhibition of major paintings on display at Frost, Fall 1993, p. 5.
      oil painting by. article on exhibition, Winter 1983. p. 2:

Porter, Frank Carpenter '40. Obituary. XXIV: 3-12.
      Old Amherst Grad Points with Pride. XV: 2-21.

Porter, George William '06, obituary, Fall '78, p. 63.
      Letters. Professor Kennick's expose. XVI: 2-31.

Porter, Horace '72, article by, Fall '77, p. 10.
      book is reviewed, Summer 1989, p. 30.
      book received, Winter 2002, p. 31.
      Article by, on an excerpt from his book The Making of a Black Scholar, Spring 2003, p. 16.

Porter, John '10, obituary, Fall '78, p. 64.

Porter, John Wolcott '32, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 52.

Porter, Roger J. '58, book received, Fall 2002, p. 33.
      The Voice Within: Reading and Writing Autobiography. XXVI: 1-27.

Porter, William G. II, new administrator, Fall '78, p. 17.

Portrait Painter--Martin Kellogg. XI: 3-18

Posner Memorial Fund, Lillian and Stanley, June '80, p. 7.

Post Season Baseball Honors. Jeff Mondschein XXVII: 1-24.

Post, Augustus, 1895, article on, Summer 1994, p. 31.

Post, Burnap '32, death notice, Fall 2001, p. 86.

Post, Edward Tanner '30, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 46.

Post, Frederick Woodford '32, obituary, Fall '77, p. 62.

Post, Jonathan F. S. '70, book he edited received, Summer 2002, p. 37.

Potsubay, Dr. Samuel F. '36, article on, Spring 1987, p. 16.

Potter, Chandler Armstrong '44, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 98.

Potter, Elliott '27, obituary, Summer 1992, p. 49.

Potter, Francis Edward '65, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 41.

Potter, Mrs. Robert A. '40, Johnson Chapel Associate Profile, Winter 2001, inside back cover.

Potter, Philip Edward '32, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 49.

Potter, Robert Anderson '40, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 44.

Pouncey, Peter R., 16th president of Amherst College, Summer 1983, p. 2-8.
      Opening Convocation, Fall 1984, inside front & back covers.
      Inauguration of, Winter 1984, p. 2-4.
      Inaugural address, Winter 1984, p. 6-9.
      Excerpt from essay, Summer 1985. p. 12-13.
      article by, Summer 1986, p. 12.
      Awarded Alexander Hamilton Medal for 1985, Fall 1986, p. 8.
      Article by, Fall 1986, p. 26.
      Article by, Winter 1987, p. 11.
      Letter to parents re tuition increase, Spring 1989, p. 3.
      Article by, on Commencement address, Fall 1989, p. 17.
      Married in June to Katherine Dalsimer, Fall 1990, p. 3.
      1992 Commencement Address, Summer 1992, p. 24.
      To resign June 1994, presidential search begins, Spring 1993, p. 2.
      Delivered greetings at Bicentennial Convocation of Williams College, Fall 1993, p. 40.
      received honorary degree, Summer 1995, p. 11.
      Named Edwin F. and Jessie Burness Fobes Professor in Greek, Fall 1996, p. 12.
      Book review by, Spring 1998, p. 31.

Poverty. "The Culture of Poverty”, a lecture by Oscar Lewis. XVII: 3-29.

Powe, Tyrone Nevada '88, Commencement speech, Fall 1988, p. 20.

Powell, Allie '96, contributed to sports section, Summer 1995, p. 32.

Powell, Arthur G. '58, book is received, Fall 1997, p. 37.
      Amherst Men at Mid-Life. XXVII: 3-22.

Powell, Paul Rulison '08, June '80, p. 72.

Powell, Sumner Chilton '46, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 65.
      Puritan Village: The Formation of a New England Town. XVI: 1-35.
      Awarded Pulitzer Prize. Theodore P. Greene. XVII: 2-23.
      Dialogues on a Philosophy of History, From Mythical to Medieval Man, and Venture to Windward. XI: 4-28

Power of the Purse, The: Appropriations Politics in Congress. Richard F. Fenno, Jr. (Hadley Arkes) XX: 2-35.

Power, Thomas F., Jr. '38, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 39.

Powers, Alan W. '66, book received, Fall 1995, p. 43.
      Letter from, Spring 1998, p. 38.
      Letter from, Fall 1999, p. 43.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 2003, p. 33.
      letter from, Summer 1987, p. 34.
      letter from, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 66.
      Letter from, Summer 1985, p. 32.

Powers, Douglas Campbell '79, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 90.

Powers, Franklin I. '41, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 56.

Powers, Haven M. '22, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 48.

Practicing Law at Ninety-four – Homer H. Johnson. IX: 1-21.

Pradl, Gordon M. '65, letter from, Spring 1987, p. 30.

Pratt Museum, article on trace fossils, Fall 1993, p. 7.

Pratt, Edmund Lewis '25, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 58.

Pratt, Edward Harris '25, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 50.

Pratt, Frederick R. Presents a Gilbert Stuart portrait of Washington. IX: 3-20.

Pratt, Jesse Hale '41, obituary, Fall 1981, p. 71.

Pratt, Merritt Beaumont '29, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 66.

Pratt, Richardson. Death of XII: 2-9
      III: 151

Pratt, Sherman. Obituary. XVII: 2-26.

Pratt, Sterling Woodford '10, obituary, Summer '77, p. 63.

Pratt, Theodore '09, obituary, Fall '77, p. 60.

Pratt, Theodore Jr. '44, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 80.

Pratt, Waldo Elliott '18, obituary, Winter '79, p. 87.

Prayer and Personal Religion. John B. Coburn. (Roger Hazelton) IX: 4-33.

Precision Power. Howard F. Bennett. XII: 3-23

Pre-Freshman Program, college received a U.s. Department of Energy Math/Science Development Grant of $45,000 in support of, Winter 1993, p. 5.

Prejean, Helen, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1997, p. 14.

Premeds, article on, Spring 1983, p. 66.

Prentiss, Brett '63, letter from, Fall 1995, p. 44.

Prentiss, Richard Craig '54, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 97.

Preparation for a Long Journey. Ralph C. Williams. XIV: 3-18.

Presbrey, Newell '26, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 47.

Present at the Creation. Polly Longsworth. XXIII: 4-2.

Presidency on Trial: Robert Kennedy's 1968 Campaign and Afterwards, The. Stuart Gerry Brown. XXV: 2-24.

Presidential Convocation, The, and Ground Breaking for The Robert Frost Library. Special Issue, Fall 1963.

President's Cabinet, The. Richard F. Fenno, Jr. (B.M.Z.) XII: 1-28, 4-26

Presidents, Amherst, December '79, front & inside cover.

Press, Frank, received honorary degree, Summer 1983, p. 16-17.

Press, Old Printing. XI: 2-22

Presson, William '35, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 73.

Preston, Richard '69, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 40.

Preston, Samuel H. '65, book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.

Presumption, Despair, Violence: And the Possibility of Hope? Lewis S. Mudge. XXI: 1-12.

Prettyman, E. Barrett. (Louis G. Caldwell, '13.) IV: 147

Prewitt-Drake, Elizabeth Staar '92E, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 87.

Price, Hollis Freeman '27, obituary, Spring 1983, p. 48.

Price, Hugh B. '63, article by, on South Africa, Summer 1991, p. 22.
      to head the National Urban League, Summer 1994, p. 6.
      Gave talk at the College, Spring 1995, p. 2.
      Received honorary degree, Summer 1995, p. 11.
      Item and photo of his visit, Fall 1999, p. 7.
      Book received, Winter 2002, p. 31.
      Book received, Winter 2003, p. 35.
      Winter '78, p. 9. Black Alumni Weekend, Winter 1981, p. 4.
      Black Power Student Power. XXII: 2-8.

Price, John Wellington '43, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 50.

Price, Leontyne, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1987, p. 11.

Price, Meredith '54, letter by, June '79, p. 30.
      Letter from, Summer 1985, p. 32.
      letter from, Fall 1988, p. 34.
      Letter from, Fall 1990, p. 38.

Price, Stuart Eugene '15 Obituary XXVIII: 3-85.

Price, Stuart Eugene Jr. '50, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 80.

Pride, Henry Hammond '45, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 80.

Priesing, Elwood R. '29, notice of death, Spring 2002, p. 89.
      book is reviewed, Winter 1981, p. 30.

Priesing, John '50, reunion gift, Summer 1980, p. 6.

Prigge, Alan Taylor '30, obituary, Winter 1981. p. 60.

Primacy of Teaching, The - The Importance of the Student. (The Student of 1965 - Four Views) Clifford. L. Lord. XVIII: 1-6.

Prince Henry Sinclair: His Expedition to the New World in 1398. Frederick J. Pohl. XXVII: 3-30.

Prince, Gregory S., Jr., awarded honorary degree at Commencement, Summer 1991, p.9.

Principles of Geology. George W. Bain. (John B. Lyons) XII: 1-26

Priorities Planning Committee, formation of, Spring 1992, p. 2.
      Reports on financial status of the College, Fall 1992, p. 7.

Pritchard, Hugh C. (Two Dewey Anniversaries.) IV: 107

Pritchard, Prof. William H. '53, book review by, Summer 1994, p. 43.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 1995, p. 35.
      Excerpts from talk he gave at Frost Library rededication, Winter 1996, p. 8.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 1996, p. 41.
      Letter from, in remembrance of Baird, Winter 1997, p. 4.
      Article by, on Shakespeare course he taught, Winter 1998, p. 22.
      Tribute to, for his recent book and for 40 years of teaching, Summer 1998, p. 5.
      Book is published, Fall 1998, p. 11.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1999, p. 30.
      Book review by, Winter 1999, p. 34.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 11.
      Book review by, Summer 2000, p. 37.
      Book received, Fall 2000, p. 41.
      News of, Fall 2000, p. 9.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 2001, p. 33.
      Book review by, Summer 2001, p. 30.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 8.
      Featured in "What They Are Reading," Spring 2003, p. 34.
      Book received, Summer 2003, p. 36.
      News of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 6.
      Midst the Haze of College Days. XXIII: 1-11.
      book review by, Winter 1986, p. 26.
      Book review by, Summer 1988, p. 25.
      Book review by, Fall 1988, p. 3l.
      Article by, on professors, Spring 1989, p. 14.
      Letter from, Fall 1989, p. 28.
      Book is reviewed, Fall 1990, p. 29.
      Remarks by, excerpted from a Parents' Weekend talk, Winter 1991-92, p. 9.
      Included in The Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. III: American Literary Biographers, Summer 1992, p. 42.
      Book review by, Fall 1993, p. 36.
      awarded fellowship, Winter 1977, p. 5.
      Book is reviewed, Summer '77, p. 28.
      Book is reviewed, Summer '80. p. 25.
      Awarded fellowship from the ACLS, Summer 1981, p. 16.
      Reunion Weekend, Summer 1982. p. 5.
      Book review by, Summer 1982, p. 28.
      Book review by, Spring 1983. p. 60-61.
      Article by, Summer 1983, p. 62-65 & 76-77.
      Article appeared in American Scholar, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 54.
      Article about, Summer 1984. p. 57.
      Gave address at the U.S. Embassy in London, Winter 1984, p. 24.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1984, p. 28.
      Book review by. Fall 1985, p. 30.
      article on. XXVII: 3-13.
      The Course. (Problems of Inquiry: The Humanities) XX: 1-2.

Pritchard, Marietta. article by. Winter 1981, p. 18.

Prix de Rome to Robert E. Bagg, ‘57 XI: 4-20

Prize of the High Calling, The. George R. Johnson, Jr. XXVI: 1-16.

Prizer, John Butler '29. obituary, Winter 1977. p. 82.
      Named general Counsel of Pennsylvania Railroad. V: 1-15.

Prizes and Awards. III: 113; 198; IV: 7; 14; 15

Problems in American Civilization. (Readings selected by the Department of American Studies.) II:116

Problems of Inquiry: The Humanities. XX: 1-2.
      The Social Sciences. XIX: 4-2.

Problems of Inquiry: The Natural Sciences. Colby W. Dempesy, Part I ­The Course. XXI: 1-2.
      Part II -A Student's Evaluation. Edwin C. Laurenson. XXI: 1-7.

Procaccini, Piero S. '99, included in article on research students, Fall 1997, p. 18.

Process of Philosophy, The. A Historical Introduction. Joseph Epstein and Gail Kennedy, editors. (William F. Edwards) XX: 3-33.

Processional with Wheelbarrow. James Hayford. XXIII: 3-36.

Proctor, David J. M. '65, notice of death, p. 81.

Proctor, David Milton Jr. '30, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 76.

Prof. Arrests Attention of Police English Class. Irving Lee. IX: 2-13.

Professor: Problems and Rewards in College Teaching. Fred B. Millett. (George B. Funnell) XIII: 4-21.

Professors and Public Ethics. Wilson Smith. (E.C.R.) IX: 4-32.

Program, The. (Independent study at Amherst) Allen Kropf. XX: 2-2.

Programs, Politics, and Plows. A Report on the USAID in Viet Nam. Richard I. Burnham. XIX: 1-13.

Progress of the Protestant, A Pictorial History from the Early Reformers to Present-Day Ecumenism, The. John M. Haverstick. XXI: 1-34.

Progress of the Protestant, The: A Pictorial History. John Haverstick. XX: 4-41.

Project Search. XVI: 1-22.

Proman, Mike '03, article on, Fall 2002, p. 27.

Property Tax Reform. George E. Peterson, editor. XXVI: 4-30.

Prophets and the Law, The. Richard Victor Bergren. XXVII: 4-30.

Prose Letters of Petrarch, The: A Manual. (Ernest H. Wilkins.) IV: 66

Prosnitz, Eugene F. '53, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 96.

Prosnitz, Leonard R. '57, letter from, Fall 2001, p. 39.

Protozoology, Introduction to. Reginald D. Manwell. XIV: 3-29.

Prounis, Monica Mittelstadt '84, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 89.

Prude, Agnes de Mille. The Cultural Explosion. XIX: 3-6.

Prussian Welfare State Before 1740, The. Rheinhold A. Dorwart. XXIV: 2-29.

Pruyne, David G. '52, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 122.

Pruyne, L. Sumner. Alumni College. XVIII: 2-24.
      Elected Alumni Trustee. V: 1-3.

Pruyne, Sumner '21, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 61.

Pryde, Everett Hilton '39, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 48.

Pryde, Philip R. '59, book he edited is received, Spring 1996, p. 37.
      book he edited is reviewed, Summer 1976, p. 31.
      Conservation in the Soviet Union. XXV: 3-26.

Pryor, J. Allan '29, letter from, Summer 2002, p. 44.

Pryor, Marvin J. '29, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 47.

Psychology Course. II:144

Psychology Department. New laboratory opened this fall. XIV: 3-31.

Psychology: Toward a New Synthesis. Rose R. Olver. XVI: 2-4.

Public School Viewpoint. Alexander A. Mackimmie. XI: 4-15

Public schools, program to help students teach in, Summer 1998, p. 2.

Publications. X: 2-23.

Pulitzer Prize. Award to Sumner C. Powell. XVII: 2-23.
      Won by Talbot Faulkner Hamlin. IX: 1-22.

Pulitzer, Joseph. Joseph Pulitzer and the New York World. George I. Juergens.  XIX:  4-31. 

Pulpits to the North. Bradford Johnson. XXVII: 2-25.

Pulver, Gordon Winfield '34, obituary, Spring 1983, p. 50.

Purcell, John Edwin '51, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 76.
      letter from, Winter 1984. p. 36.

Purdy, John E., Jr. '54 Obituary XXVII: 1-61.

Puritan Frontier, The: Town Planting in New England Colonial Development, 1630-1660. (William Haller, Jr.) IV: 66

Puritan Tradition in America: 1620-1730, The. Alden T. Vaughan, editor. XXV: 1-26.

Puritan Village: The Formation of a New England Town. Sumner Chilton Powell. XVI: 1-35.

Purvis, Dave '67, Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Fall 2002, inside back cover.

Pusey, Walter C. III '56, book he co-edited is reviewed, Summer 1976, p. 31.

Putnam, Edward Vaughan '27, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 41.

Putnam, Lothar Faber '46, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 39.

Putnam, Reverend Leigh B. '52, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 51.

Putnam, William Shackelford '39, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 73.

Putnam, William Walter '26, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 45.

Pym, Arthur Heys '43, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 46.

Pyrzanowski, John E. '85, notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Qoboza, Percy, received honorary degree, Summer '79, p. 13.

Quantum mechanics workshop, Winter 1990, p. 18.

Quarles, Edward Henry '39, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 84.

Quarterlies, Missing. I:10

Quee, Nicole Sin '93, letter from, Spring 1999, p. 34.

Queen Elizabeth II, visits Folger Shakespeare Library, Summer 1991, p. 6.

Quenneville, Ernest Joseph '34, obituary, Spring '78, p. 63.

Quest for a Silver Bounty, Summer '79, p. 2.

Quick Hands of Colts' Scott Wield Scalpel. Cameron C. Snyder. XXVIII: 2-29.

Quigley, David '88, book he co-edited received, Summer 2003, p. 36.

Quill, Timothy E., M.D. '71, article by, on death and dignity, Summer 1991, p. 11.
      book is reviewed, Summer 1997, p. 39.

Quinn, David F. '80, letter from, Summer '79, p. 9.
      Obituary, Winter 1980, p. 12.

Quinn, James Joseph '12, obituary, June '80, p. 73.

Quinn, Joseph F. '43, obituary, Winter 1996, p. 79.

Quinn, Joseph F. '69, book is reviewed, Winter 1991-92, p. 26.

Quinn, Theodore K. Jr. '40, obituary, Summer 1996, p. 89.

Quint, Howard H., and Ferrell, Robert H., editors. The Talkative President: The Off-the-Record Press Conferences of Calvin Coolidge. XVII: 2-38.

Quinto, David W. '77, book received, Winter 2002, p. 31.

Quirin, John H. Jr. '52, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Rabinowitz, Peter MacGarr '78, book is received, Spring 1981, p. 30.

Rabinowitz, Stanley J., named director of the Amherst Center for Russian Culture, Summer 1991, p. 2.
      Book he co-authored is published, Fall 1991, p. 5.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 1992, p. 32.
      paragraph on his recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 9.
      Named Henry Steele Commager Professor, Fall 1996, p. 12.
      Article on his samovars, Winter 1999, p. 14.
      awarded Trustee Fellowship, Winter 1977, p. 5.
      Awarded Trustee-Faculty Fellowship, Spring 1977, p. 4.
      Comment on article, Spring 1982, p. 4.

Rachleff, Peter J. '73, book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.
      book received, Summer 1994, p. 45.

Racial Partnership in Central Africa. Channing B. Richardson. XI: 2-11

Radding. Moses Bernhard '13. obituary, Fall 1981, p. 67.

Radford, Charles Morgan '31, obituary, Winter 1981, p. 61.

Radin, Ivan James '55, obituary, June '80, p. 79.

Radio Network. II:193

Radio. (Amherst Speaking; recording.) IV: 15

Raftery, John Champe '46, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 63.

Ragland, Lawrence Cary '70, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 98.

Rain of Darts: The Mexica Aztecs, A. Burr Cartwright Brundage. XXV: 4-20.

Raines, Franklin D., awarded honorary degree, Summer 2000, p. 5.

Rainey, Clarke Mitchell '48, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 50.

Rakestraw, Edward Hyde '31, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 45.

Ralph, John A. '81, notice of death, Summer 2000, p. 82.

Ralston, Arthur Edward '15, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 34.

Rambuss, Richard '83, book received, Winter 1999, p. 40.

Ramsey, Charles Vincent '42, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 53.

Rand, Edward Sumner '31, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 46.

Rand, Frank Prentice MA '16. Obituary. XXIII: 3-31.
      Florida's Academic Spa. XXI: 1-22.
      The story of David Grayson. XVII: 2-38.
      The Village of Amherst, A Landmark of Light. XI: 2-23

Rand, Olan Alex '26, obituary, Fall '77, p. 61.

Randall, Francis B. '52, article by, Winter 1987, p. 16.
      Alumni, Don't Worry! V: 1-12.
      Alumni Should Worry. V: 2-49. ,
      Four Holes in the Iron Curtain. VII: 3-2.
      Architecture at Amherst – A Defense. Letters. IX: 2-27.
      Stalin' s Russia: An Historical Reconsideration. XVIII: 4-29.
      Chernyshevskii.  XX:  4-39. 
      (Book Review) XI: 1-23

Randall, Frank. Participates in Freedom Rides. XIV: 2-11.
      An Historian's View. XIV: 2-12.

Randall, Henry '29, death notice, Spring 1998, p. 74.

Randall, Michael '62, letter from, Fall 1981, p. 34.

Randleman, Thomas Lee '81, book is received, Winter 1997, p. 41.
      Letter from, Winter 2000, p. 36.

Randolph, Bernard, black alumni weekend, Winter 1981, p. 4.

Ranganathan, Rajesh '95, received a Predoctoral Fellowship in Biological Sciences from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Summer 1995, p. 4.

Ransom, John Snow '44, obituary, Fall 1998, p. 68.

Ransom, Robert Crawford '41, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 38.
      letter from, Summer 1980, p. 28.

Rapaport, Brooke Kamin '84, book received, Winter 2002, p. 31.

Raphling, John '87, received the Ed Serues Award, Summer 1987, p. 28.

Rapp, William V. '61, book received, Fall 2002, p. 33.

Rapson, Richard L. '58, books received, Summer 1994, p. 44.
      Book received, Fall 2000, p. 41.
      Britons View America: Travel Commentary, 1860-1935. XXIV: 4-24.

Rare Book Room. II:142

Raritan, article on, Winter 1984, p. 14-16.

Raskin, Lisa A., appointed dean of the faculty, Summer 1995, p. 2.
      Sabbatical leave, Fall 1998, p. 7.
      Named John William Ward Professor, Summer 2003, p. 2
      News of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 7..
      received trustee-faculty fellowship, Spring 1982, p. 4.
      included in article on Amherst Women in Science, Spring 1992, p. 15.
      Acting dean of the faculty, Spring 1994, p. 10.

Rathbun, Mickey, book review by, Summer 1993, p. 45.
      Book review by, Fall 1993, p. 37.

Rathbun, William T. Jr. '38, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 70.

Rathmann, Sally '81, letter from, Fall 1988, p. 32.

Ratner, David I., awarded grant, Fall 1987, p. 7.
      Received grant from the National Science Foundation, Fall 1988, p. 18.
      Received funding for project, Summer 1989, p. 6.
      Awarded NSF grant to support project, Fall 1990, p. 8.
      Awarded grant from National Science Foundation, Summer 1992, p. 42.
      participates in project, Fall 1996, p. 11.
      Awarded NSF research grant, Fall 2000, p. 7.
      received grant, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 54.

Ratte, John. The "New" Problems of History. XVI: 2-2.
      Three Modernists: Alfred Loisy, George Tyrrell, William L. Sullivan. XXI: 1-36.

Rauch, Edmund Frederick Goering '29, obituary, Summer 1982, p. 71.

Rauch, Paula '77, article on, Summer 1987, p. 16.

Rauh, Stanley Ernest '19, obituary, Winter '80, p. 92.

Raushenbush, Carl '22, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Raushenbush, Paul Augustus '20, book is reviewed, Summer '79, p. 39.
      Obituary, June '80, p. 75.

Raushenbush, Stephen '17, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 49.
      Man's Past: Man's Future - A Humanistic History for Tomorrow. XXIV: 3-21.
      (Our Conservation job.) I:18

Ravanesi, Bill, Copeland fellow, Spring 1983, p. 14.

Ravitch, Diane, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1986, p. 15.

Rawdon, Blaine '73, article on, Spring 2004, p. 22.

Rawleigh, James Nester ' 15 Obituary XXVII: 4-58.

Rawlings, Dr. M. Keith '78, article on, Summer 1996, p. 22.

Ray, John Henry III '39, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 56.

Raye, Philip Capen '26, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 65.

Raye, William Henry Jr. '32, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 64.

Raymond, Stephen L. '64, obituary, Winter 2003, p. 98.

Raynor, William A. Jr. '51, death notice, Summer 1996, p. 87.

Reaccreditation of Amherst College, article on, Fall 1997, middle section.

Read, J. Miles '79, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 51.

Read, Richard '79, remarks on coeducation, December '79, p. 9.

Reading Course. IX: 4-23.

Reading Courses XII: 4-22

Reading Habits of Students. XIV: 4-21.

"Reading History": An Innovative Approach to the Teaching of Introductory History at Amherst College. John B. Halstead. XXIII: 3-15.

Reading of the Canterbury Tales, A. Bernard F. Huppe. (Anthony E. Farnham) XVII: 3-34.

Reading Poetry, Reading Fiction, Reading Drama. (Fred B. Millett.) III: 65

Reading Prose: An Introduction to Critical Study. (Wright Thomas and Stuart Gerry Brown.) IV: 208

Reality of Foreign Aid, The. Willard L. Thorp. XXIII: 4-22.

Reasonable Adventurer, The. Roy Heath. XVI: 4-27.

Reasonable Adventurer, The: A Study of the Development of 36 Graduates at Princeton. Roy Heath. (John J. Conger) XVII: 1-44.

Reay, David N. '39, notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.

Reay, David W. '39, Summer 2003, p. 93.

Rebuilding Education in Ethiopia. (Christian A. Ruckmick.) II:139

Recent Trends in American Literature. Allen Guttmann. XVI: 2-5.

Rechel, John N. '40, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 103.

Reck, David, appeared on "Today” show, Spring 1977, p. 5.
      Book received, Spring 1977, p. 31.
      Music of the Whole Earth, Summer '77, p. 28.
      Received grant, Summer '77, p. 25.
      Book review by, December '79, p. 32.
      Musical composition featured at a concert, presented a paper, composition released on recording sampler, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 54.
      Article on, Spring 1984, p. 12-14.
      Elected president of the Northeast Chapter of the Society for Ethnomusicology, Winter 1984, p. 24.
      awarded a grant by the American Institute of Indian Studies for research in India during 1991, Fall 1991, p. 5.
      book review by, Summer 1997, p. 35.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 11.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 9.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 9.
      What he is reading, Spring 2004, p. 38.

Reckless Spenders, The. Walker Gibson. VII: 3-30.

Recklitis, Christopher Paul '53, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 96.

Recollections of the Folger Shakespeare Library. (Stanley King.) III: 20

Recommended Reading in Science. Arnold B. Arons. VIII: 1-30.

Recruiters  on Campus.  XX:  4-16. 

Recruitment, Selection, and Training of Social Scientists, The. (Elbridge Sibley.) II:22

Recycling, program on campus organized by MASSPIRG, Spring 1991, p. 6.

Red China and the United Nations. Eustace Seligman. XVII: 1-24.

Red, White and Blue: Men, Books, and Ideas in American Culture. John William Ward. XXII: 1-37.

Reddy, Daniel W., Sr. '28, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 36.

Redman, Leslie M. '40, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 103.

Redmond, Rosanne Haggerty '82, included in article New York Cares, Winter 1989, p.12.
      New trustee, Summer 1990, p. 4.
      New trustee, Fall 1990, p. 2.

Redner, Keith Hamilton '27, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 41.

Redner, Stuart Hamilton '30, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 43.

Reeb, Warren Terrill '45, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 47.

Reed College. Duncan S. Ballantine named President. V: 1-14.

Reed, Alexander P. '46, book received, Winter 1999, p. 37.
      Book received, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 42.

Reed, Christopher '84, book received, Summer 1996, p. 46.
      Book received, Fall 1996, p. 44.

Reed, Franklin Edward '29, obituary, June '79. p. 62.

Reed, Frederick Roeser '21, obituary, June '80, p. 75.

Reed, Howard Finley '15 Obituary XXVIII: 2-60.

Reed, Jonathan E. '29, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 49.

Reed, Louis Schultz '24 Obituary XXVIII: 3-86.

Reed, Nathaniel. Runs for state legislature. XXV: 2-20.

Reed, Paul Revere '50, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 107.

Reed, Theodore B. '40, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 95.

Reents, Stephanie '92, included in article on students entrepreneurship, Spring 1991, p. 23.
      Awarded a Rhodes Scholarship, Winter 1991-92, p. 3.

Rees, Richard K. '90, article by, on Prof. Gewertz's lecture, Winter 1990, p. 8.

Reeve, Joseph Edwin '29, obituary, Summer 1992, p. 49.

Reeves, Hugh Martin Joseph '40, obituary, Fall 1996, p. 80.

Reflecting on a College Weekend. James W. Clauson, Jr. XXI: 3-10.

Reflection on a Trip to Japan. John William Ward. XXVI: 3-14.

Reflections of a Clergyman in Moscow. Donald V. Roberts. XVIII: 2-17.

Reflections on an Anniversary. Last chapel address of George F. Whicher. VI: 4-5.

Reflections on Olympic Yachting. Donald S. Cohan. XXV: 3-5.

Regan, Edward Francis, Jr. '48, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 54.

Regard, Edward Joseph '52, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 91.

Regnery, Frederick Lynn '31, obituary, Fall 1980. p. 60.

Regulation of Credit, The. (E. Sherman Adams.) II:199

Rehnquist, James C. '77, received Mossman trophy, Summer '77, p. 2.
      ECAC Div. III Player of the Year, Fall '77, p. 30.

Reichert, James Withycombe '27, obituary. Spring 1981, p. 61.

Reichert, John '57, book review by, Fall 1992, p. 33.

Reichert, John M. '46, notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.

Reid, Arthur W. Obituary XXVII: 3-89.

Reid, Gordon Speir '38, obituary, Spring 1981, p. 63.

Reid, Harry Fielding II '67, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 78.

Reid, John III '38, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 116.

Reid, Michael '75, letter from, Summer '77, p. 29.

Reider, Robert O. '38, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 112.

Reilly, Eugene L. 1945-75: A Reminiscence in Fragments. XXVIII: 1-16.

Reilly, Eugene Leo III '45, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 54.

Reilly, George Fairfax '31, obituary, Summer 1981, p. 73.

Reilly, Isabelle, becomes chair of the Women of Amherst Committee, Summer 1991, p.9.

Reiman, Conrad F. '46, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 78.

Rein, Bert. Digest of Ford Foundation-sponsored research on "Can We Afford Peace?" XIV: 1-33.

Reiner, Melville E. '37, notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.

Reinke, Willis Aiken '33, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 63.

Reinus, Francis Zenville, M.D. '34, obituary, Summer 1982, p. 72.

Reiss, Ruth '82, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 86.

Rejouis, Rose-Myriam '94, included in article on the art of translation, Summer 1999, p.16.

Relevance and the Social Studies: A Conceptual Analysis. Robert F. Madgic. XXVI: 2-25.

Religion at Amherst. Thayer A. Greene. VII: 4-4.

Religion Seminars. XII: 3-17

Religion. What's Happened to Religion in the Colleges? David S. King. XVIII: 2-15.

Religion. X: 2-9.

Religious work, letter about, Spring 1983, p. 68.

Rembert, Sheila M. '86, Eugene S. Wilson intern in admission, Fall 1986, p. 28.
      Report of Inspectors of Election, Summer 1993, p. 7.

Rembrandts or Vikings, Dolphin's Swift Can Spot 'Em. Jim Murray. XXVI: 3-27.

Remes, Nathaniel Lincoln '48, obituary, Summer '79, p. 87.

Remizov, Aleksei, conference celebrates work, Summer 1985, p. 4-6.

Renewing the Mind: An Essay in Christian Philosophy. (Roger Hazelton.) II:116

Renstrom, Eric Arthur '67, obituary, Summer 1985, p. 34.

Renzoni, Joseph V. '35, obituary, Spring 2003, p. 83.

Reopell, William R. '58, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 122.

Report from East Pakistan, A. Jon E. Rohde. XXIII: 4-16.

Report from the Red Windmill.  Hiram Haydn.  (Edmund Fuller)  XX:  2-34. 

Report of Gifts, 1994-95, Fall 1995.
      1995-1996, Fall 1996.
      1996-1997, Fall 1997.
      1997-98, Fall 1998.
      1998-1999, Fall 1999.
      1999-2000, Fall 2000.
      2000-01, Fall 2001.
      2001-02, Fall 2002.
      2002-03, Fall/Winter 2003-04, back section.

Report on Giving to Amherst Fiscal Year 1991-92, Winter 1993.
      Report on Giving to Amherst, Fiscal Year 1992-93, Fall 1993.

Report on the Alumni Fund for 1949. (John A. Hill) II:53

Report on the Amherst Crew, A. Francis T. P. Plimpton, Jr. VII: 1-10.

Report to The Committee on Educational Policy from The Subcommittee to Study Student Life, A. Special Issue, Winter 1965.

Reprint: The College Teacher: 1959. XI: 4-32

Resch, Tyler '55, article on, Fall 1985, p. 21-23.

Research and Development for Education. John D. Herzog. XVIII: 3-19.

Research Grants.  XIX:  2-27; XX:  2-30. 

Research in Chemical Assessment.  Edwin I. Megargee.  XIX:  4-32. 

Research Programs. Summer work for science majors. XVII: 2-29.

Research Support.  XIX:  4-21. 

Research. Astronomy. III: 14
      Political Science. III: 55
      Geology. III: 146; 196
      Physics. II:113
      Embryology. II:148

Resident counselors, article on, Spring 2000, p. 24.

Residential Master Plan, update on, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 2.

Response: Some Notes and Poems. Harry Giles '23. XXVIII: 3-30.

Restoration in Florence.  Myron P. Gilmore.  XIX:  4-8. 

Resurrection. By Leo Tolstoy. The Maude translation edited by John W. Strahan. XVI: 2-30.

Retail Merchandise Accounting. Second edition. Herman Fiske Bell. IX: 3-29.

Retirement Handbook, The. Joseph C. Buckley. Revised by Henry Schmidt. XXIII: 4-23.

Retirement of Four Distinguished Teachers, The - George R. Taylor, Oscar E. Schotte, Paul W. Eckley, Rolfe Humphries. XVII: 4-2.

Retirement Planning Guidebook. Henry Schmidt, Jr. XII: 1-26

Retreat from Excellence, The. Claude M. Fuess. XIII: 1-7.

Return from the Pole. (Frederick A. Cook, edited by Frederick J Pohl.) IV: 66

Returned Scholarship Fund, Winter 1980, p. 8.

Reusswig, Ernst Norton '20, obituary, Summer 178, p. 68.

Reusswig, Henry William '24, obituary, Summer '78, p. 69.

Reuter, Richard W. Executive director of CARE honored by Iran. XIII: 1-18.
      New Worlds for Pioneers. X: 1-10.

Revolution and Reflection: Intellectual Change in Germany during the 1850's. Andrew Lees. XXVII: 3-32.

Revolutions in Physics. Richard J. Noer (with Barry M. Casper). XXIV: 4-24.

Reynolds, David S. '70, book is reviewed, Fall 1995, p. 38.
      Book received, Winter 2003, p. 35.
      book is reviewed, Spring 1982, p. 21.
      Book is received, Winter 1983, p. 23.
      book is reviewed, Summer 1988, p. 22.

Reynolds, Dean Jane E., new admission dean, Fall 1989, p. 2.
      Talks about misperceptions in admissions, Spring 1991, p. 5.
      Schedules "Dean's Days," Spring 1993, p. 6.

Reynolds, George Louis '32, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 47.

Reynolds, James Oren '47, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 80.
      letter from, Fall 1993, p. 38.

Reynolds, Jane, interview with, Spring 1997, p. 9.

Reynolds, Michael C. '52, letter from, Spring 2002, p. 39.
      Remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 122.
      letter from, Summer 1991, p. 39.

Reynolds, Roger, awarded 1989 Pulitzer Prize, Summer 1989, p. 4.

Rheem, Albert Kaufmann, Jr. '32, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 49.

Rhetoric of Joseph Conrad, The. James L. Guetti, Jr. XIII: 2-26.

Rhetorical Form of Carlyle's Sartor Resartus, The. Gerry H. Brookes.XXV: 2-26.

Rhoades, Alice J., joined staff of Frost Library as cataloger, Winter 1988, p. 9.

Rhodes Scholar. IV: 159 . VI: 3-13.
       (P. Dodyk, G. D. Morgan) XI: 3-22

Rice, Berkeley '59, book received, Spring 1990, p. 30.
      Enter Gambia: The Birth of an  Improbable Nation.  XX: 1-34. 

Rich, Robert Elwood '41, obituary, Summer 1996, p. 89.

Richard, John MacBeth '35, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 71.

Richard, William Ralph Jr. '43, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 50.

Richards, Austin '89, article on Senior Honors project, Fall 1989, p. 11.
      Article by, entitled "Astrophysics at a hundred below," Spring 1993, p. 26.
      book received, Spring 2002, p. 34.

Richards, Francis M. Jr. '45, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 97.

Richards, George Francis '30, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 52.

Richards, Westby Pontefract '37, obituary, Spring 1988, p. 42.

Richards. Edward Ames. Cathedral. XII: 4-24

Richardson, Alonzo Blair '31, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 36.

Richardson, Channing B. Racial Partnership in Central Africa. XI: 2-11

Richardson, Ellsworth E. '27. Obituary. XXII: 1-19.

Richardson, Fred L. A Time in Mississippi. (Accord and Dissent) XVII: 2-15.

Richardson, James Bushnell Jr. '29, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 68.

Richardson, Lee King '17 Obituary XXVIII: 1-70.

Richardson, Norman Egbert '31, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 61.

Richman, Grover Cleveland, Jr. '32, obituary, Summer 1983, p. 58.

Richman, Harold S. '58, obituary, Spring 1983, p. 52.

Richman, Peter '79, paper is presented, Summer 1981, p. 16.

Richmond, Joseph Walker '37, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 38.

Ricks, John Thomas '35, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 72.

Rider, Howard W. '29, notice of death, Summer 2003, p. 89.

Rider, William Morrison Jr. '36, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 80.

Rieckhoff, Paul '98, letter from, Spring 2004, p. 44.
      Interview with, by Dick Hubert '60 and Rob Longsworth II '99, Summer 2004, p. 16.

Riedl, John Matthew '29, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 78.

Riefler, Winfield W. '19 Obituary XXVII: 1-57.

Riel, Steven, poems he wrote are published, Fall 1991, p. 5.

Riemer, Robert Warner '38, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 73.

Rifkin, Libbie '91, book received, Fall 2000, p. 42.

Rigg, Mark '89, letter from, Summer 2002, p. 44.

Rikel, Charles Robert '39, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 68.

Riklin, Scott F. '74, obituary, Fall 1996, p. 83.
      co-founder of a journal of the arts and politics, Fall 1976, p. 29.

Rimer, Barr Ccllner '23. obituary, Summer '79, p. 84.

Rimmele, Frederick Charles III '90, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 105.

Ringer, Fritz '56, book received, Spring 1998, p. 36.
      Book received, Fall 1999, p. 39.
      The Decline of the German Mandarins. The German Academic Community, 1890--1933. XXII: 4-29.

Ringland, Breen '38, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 91.

Riordan, Kevin '01, included in article on his thesis project, Summer 2001, p. 12.

Riper, Anthony King Van '51, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 90.

Ripka, Albin Chester '30, obituary, Summer 1992, p. 49.

Ripley, George Keyes '15, obituary, Spring 1983, p. 46.

Ripley, William Ely Obituary XXVII: 1-60.

Rippard, Jay C. '59, Summer 2003, p. 97.

Risdon, Daniel Bond '30, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 61.

Risher, Harry Greene '34, obituary, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 51.

Riskind, Robert D. '68, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 98.

Risley, John H. '42, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 95.
      Winter 1982, p. 52.
      See article VI: 1-15.

Ristine, Thomas Hooker '41, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 84.

Ristow, Lara '99E, article by, on her illness, Winter 1999, p. 20.

Ritchie, Daniel E. '78, book received, Fall 1996, p. 44.
      letter from, Fall 1988, p. 34.
      Book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.
      Letter from, Summer 1993, p. 47.

Ritornello. (Rolfe Humphries.) II:104

Ritter, Bruce, received honorary degree, Summer 1982, p. 12-13.

Rivera, Gustavo Enrique '90, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 106.

Rivkin, Steven G., paragraph on his recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 9.
      News of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 6.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 11.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 9.

Rizik, Michel A. '46, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 94.

Road to Fontainebleau, The. Carl Oxholm III '75 XXVIII: 2-18.

Roan, James Patrick '40, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 77.

Robbe-Grillet, Alain, and the New French Novel. Ben F. Stoltzfus. XVII: 1-43.

Robbins, Kelsey Edwin '34, obituary, Winter 1981. p. 62.

Robbins, Michael M.D. '55, book is received, Winter 1997, p. 41.

Robbins, Richard Gardner '29, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 70.

Robert College Revisited. Marston L. Hamlin. XVI: 4-16.

Robert Frost at Amherst. G. Armour Craig. XVI: 2-9.

Robert Frost Library, grant received to support plans for the renovation and expansion of, Winter 1991-92, p. 6.
      photo of, on groundbreaking, Fall 2002, p. 37.
      Gift to Amherst Capital Program. XV: 2-2.
      Ground-breaking ceremonies. XVI: 3-2.
      The Presidential Convocation and Ground Breaking. Special Issue, Fall 1963.
      Construction work progresses. XVII: 1-33.
      Dedication. XVIII: 3-32.
      Moving and Opening. XVIII: 2-26.

Robert Frost on Football. XII: 3-20

Robert, Roland M. '30, notice of death, Spring 2002, p. 89.

Roberts , Donald V. Reflections of a Clergyman in Moscow. XVIII: 2-17.

Roberts, Allen F. '67, letter from, Fall 1982, p. 37.
      letter from, Spring 1991, p. 39.

Roberts, Chalmers M. '33, book received, Spring 1993, p. 38.
      Article by, on the Old Guard, Summer 1993, p. 38.
      letter from, Summer 1996, p. 48.
      First Rough Draft. XXVI: 1-26.
      book is reviewed, Spring '78, p. 36.

Roberts, Cokie, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1993, p. 10.

Roberts, David E. Existentialism and Religious Belief. Ed. Roger Hazelton. XII: 3-24

Roberts, David Henry III '79, obituary, Summer 1992, p. 55.

Roberts, Descum Bunton '31, obituary, Fall 1984.
      obituary, Fall 1988, p. 54.

Roberts, Ernest H. '20 Obituary XXVII: 1-58.

Roberts, Rev. Donald V. Protestant chaplain to Moscow. XV: 2-27.

Roberts, Revel '25, obituary, Spring 1981, p. 60.

Roberts, Walter Orr '38, obituary article, Summer 1990, p. 7.
      Obituary, Summer 1990, p. 47.
      reunion, Summer '78, p. 8.
      A View of Century 21. XXII: 4-29
      Director, National Center of Atmospheric Research. XIII: 1-19.
      Elected alumni trustee. XVII: 1-18.
      President-elect, American Association for the Advencement of Science. XIX: 4-21.

Roberts, Weston Laughton, Jr. '45, obituary, December '79, p. 71.

Roberts, William Hooton III '41, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 78.

Robertson, Peter Marshall '45, obituary, Summer 1985, p. 33.

Robertson, Priscilla. (Lewis Farm: A New England Saga.) IV: 165

Robinson, Earl B. '34, notice of death, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.

Robinson, Edwin B. IV: 150

Robinson, Edwin Bradford '96. Obituary. V: 1-22.

Robinson, Frank Austin, Jr. '39, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 46.

Robinson, Homer '91, book review by, Winter 1996, p. 36.

Robinson, James Stevens '51, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 42.

Robinson, Jane E., Assistant to the President, Summer 1980, p. 6.

Robinson, John Barnard '32, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 72.

Robinson, John V. '31, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 63.

Robinson, Mark Kimball '50, obituary, Spring 1982, p. 63.

Robinson, Rick '58, letter from, Summer 1987, p. 33.
      Letter from, Spring 1992, p. 36.
      Letter from, Spring 1993, p. 40.

Robinson, Walton S. '29, death notice, Fall 2001, p. 86.

Robinson, Warrick C. '58, letter from, Winter 1994, p. 43.


      letter from, Winter 2001, p. 44.

Robinson, William C. III '68, death notice, Fall 1995, p. 66.

Robson, Ernest M. '24, poems by, Spring 1981, p. 28.
      Book is received, Winter 1983, p. 22.
      Letter from, Spring 1985, p. 28.
      Transwhichics. XXIII: 3-36.
      Thomas Onetwo. XXIV: 1-29.
      I Only Work Here: Five Decades of Poetry in Four Styles. XXVII: 3-30.
      The Orchestra of the Language. XIII: 4-22.
      book listed, Spring 1987, p. 24.
      Obituary, Winter 1989, p. 46.

Rock, John Lewis Hay '46, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 52.

Rockefeller Foundation. Charles W. Cole. XII: 2-17

Rockefeller Grant. IX: 2-19.

Rockefeller, John D. III. Youth-Establishment Cooperation. XXIII: 3-18.

Rockwell, Loren Henry '01, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 67.

Rockwell, Paul V., awarded a Miner D. Crary Summer Fellowship for the summer of 1992, Summer 1992, p. 42.

Rockwell, Paul, book is reviewed, Spring 1996, p. 33.

Rodefer, Howard H. '31, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 45.

Rodefer, Stephen '63, book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.

Rodefer, Stephen J. (Jean Calais) '63, poem by, Fall '78, p. 35.
      Books are received, Winter 1983, p. 23.
      Books are reviewed, Summer 1983, p. 70.

Rodgers, Marion Jr. '41, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 72.

Rodgers. Prentice Johnson '32, obituary, Fall 1980, p. 61.

Roelofs, Gerrit Hubbard '42, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 48.

Roetter, Dietrich '44, obituary, Winter '78, p. 88.

Rogawski, Michael A. '74, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.
      letter from, Winter 1982, p. 33.

Rogers, Bruce. (World Bible.) II:142

Rogers, Charles E. Retires. XXIII: 1-23.
      obituary, June '80, p. 10.

Rogers, Clarence DeWitt, Jr. '25. obituary, Spring 1981, p. 61.

Rogers, Francis Clark '30, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 55.

Rogers, G. Mayer '58, death notice, Winter 1995, p. 63.

Rogers, John Buckner '44, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 76.

Rogers, Julian Wallace '42, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 49.

Rogers, Peter L. '61, book is received, Spring 1981, p. 30.

Rogers, Robert S. '46, notice of death, Winter 2003, p. 88.

Rogers, William Garland '18, obituary. Spring '78, p. 61.
      Gertrude Stein Is Gertrude Stein Is Gertrude Stein. XXVI: 1-26.
      A Picture Is a Picture. XVI: 4-32.
      Ladies Bountiful. XX: 4-41.
      When This You See Remember Me: Gertrude Stein in Person. Reprint. XVII: 1-44.
      Wise Men Fish Here: The story of Frances Steloff and the Gotham Book Mart. XVII: 4-29.
      and Weston, Mildred. Carnival Crossroads: The Story of Times Square. XIII: 1-25.

Rogers, Willis "Scotty" Jr. '46, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 68.

Rogowski, Christian, awarded a Miner D. Crary Summer Fellowship, Fall 1991, p. 5.
      participated in a seminar organized by the NEH, Fall 1994, p. 7.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 11.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 9.

Rohde, Jon Eliot '63, received honorary degree. Summer 1983, p. 17-18.
      Article by, on lecture he gave, Fall 1985, p. 14-18.
      book received, Summer 1994, p. 44.
      Named one of America's Ten Outstanding Men. XXV: 4-9.
      A Report from East Pakistan. XXIII: 4-16.

Rolander, Elizabeth, book review by. Fall 1980, p. 27.

Role of the Ambassador, The. Charles W. Cole. XVII: 3-8.

Role of the Buyer in Mass Merchandising. Donald L. Belden. XXIV: 4-23.

Rollins, Ralph Eugene, Jr. '42, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 35.

Romel, Lawrence Thomas '50, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 81.

Romer, Alfred S. '17. Obituary. XXVI: 3-19.

Romer, Alfred S. (The Vertebrate Body.) II:151
      Retiring president, American Association for the Advancement of Science. XIX: 4-21.

Romer, Robert H. '52, news of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 7.

Romer, Prof. Robert H., "science journal comes to Amherst," Spring 1988, p. 2.
      Included in article on "educating the non-scientist," Spring 1988, p. 18.
      Editorial by, on courses offered for nonscience majors, Spring 1988, p. 19.
      Included in article on the Boston Marathon, Summer 1988, p. 10.
      Letter from, Winter 1988, p. 31.
      Elected a fellow of the American Physical Society and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Summer 1992, p. 43.
      article on his visit with Einstein, Fall 1997, p. 8.
      Tribute to retirement, Summer 2001, p. 8.
      article on. XXVII: 3-14.
      Energy: An Introduction to Physics. XXVIII: 4-29.
      Nuclear and Solid-state Physics. XVI: 2-6.
      paper appears in journal, Spring 1977 , p. 5.
      Published two articles, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 54.
      Book is received, Winter 1984, p. 33.
      Letter from, Spring 1985, p. 27.
      Papers appeared in the Soviet Union, Fall 1985. p. 12.
      Book is reviewed, Fall 1985, p. 30.

Romero, Anthony, delivers lecture at the College, Spring 2004, p. 2.

Romney, Andrew Ferdinand '46, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 86.

Rood, Edward Addison '34, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 66.

Room draw, article on, Spring 1994, p. 28.

Room Draw, article on, Summer 2002, p. 3.

Roon, Donald '46, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 94.

Rooney, James K. '60, book is reviewed. December '79. p. 32.
      Reunion Weekend, Summer '80, p. 4.
      Bossmen: Bill Monroe and Muddy Waters. XXIII: 4-25.

Rooney, John Joseph Jr. '29, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 54.

Roosevelt, Mrs. Franklin D. Commencement speaker. XIII: 1-10.

Root, E. Merrill '17. Collectivism and the Campus: The Battle for the Mind in American Colleges. VIII: 4-25.
      (Seeds of Time.) II:199
      (Ulysses to Penelope.) IV: 121
      Brainwashing in the High Schools. XI: 3-25
      Children of the Morning. XXVII: 2-23.
      Of Perilous Seas. XVIII: 1-40.

Root, James H. Jr. '39, obituary, Winter 2003, p. 91.

Root, Winthrop H. Poems and Letters of Nikolaus Lenau. XVII: 1-44.

Rosbottom, Ronald Carlisle, new faculty dean, Summer 1989, p. 2.
      Co-chair of Priorities Planning Committee, Spring 1992, p. 2.
      Editor of a special volume of Romance Quarterly, elected vice president of the American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, Summer 1992, p. 43.
      to leave position at Amherst, Spring 1995, p. 5.
      Paragraph on his recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 9.
      Named the Robert and Winifred Arms Chair in the Arts and Humanities, Fall 1996, p. 12.
      Book review by, Fall 2000, p. 39.

Rose, F. Leland '37, obituary, Summer '78, p. 70.

Rose, Roderick Manning '56, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 104.

Rose, Rudolph William '34, obituary, Winter 1983, p. 62.
      notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.

Rose, S. Meryl '33, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 71.

Rose, Stuart R. M.D. '60, book received, Fall 1989, p. 32.

Rose, Walter A. '49, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 119.

Rose, William E. '55. The Cruelest Month. XXV: 2-1.

Rosen, Paul '28, notice of death, Winter 2001, p. 88.

Rosenbaum, S. P. A Concordance to the Poems of Emily Dickinson. XVII: 3-40.

Rosenbaum. Michael '78, Berlioz Requiem at Lincoln Center, Winter 1977, p. 10

Rosenberg, Samuel (Sandy) '72, article about. Winter 1983. p. 10.
      fund established by, Spring 1994, p. 13.
      A Student Campaigns. XXIII: 2-8.

Rosenberg, William G. '56. Liberals in the Russian Revolution: The Constitutional Democratic Party, 1917-1921. XXVIII: 4-30.

Rosenberg, William G. '60, book received, Summer 1994, p. 44.

Rosenberry, Ralph M. '41. obituary, Fall 1985, p. 45.

Rosenfeld, Dorrin '85, letter from, Winter 1990, p. 30.

Rosenfield. Harvey J. '74, letter from, Summer '79, p. 38.

Rosengarten, Theodore '66, book is reviewed, Spring 2002, p. 31.
      book is reviewed, Winter 1986, p. 23.
      Awarded honorary degree at Commencement, Summer 1991, p. 9.
      All God's Dangers: The Life of Nate Shaw. XXVII: 4-29.

Rosenn, Eva '83, book review by, Summer 2004, p. 38.

Rosenthal, Jon K. '54, book received, Summer 1994, p. 44.

Rosenthal, Joseph F. '48, remembrance of Summer 2004, p. 119.

Rosenzwieg, Robert M. Political Attitudes of the Amherst Faculty. IX: 2-6.

Roses from a Haunted Garden. Jean Francis Webb. XXIV: 3-21.

Rosoff, Deborah Lee '81, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 114.

Ross, Dennis B., awarded honorary degree, Summer 2002, p. 8.

Ross, Harold McBain '45, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 41.

Ross, John '79, book is received, Winter 1997, p. 41.

Ross, William Harold '29 Obituary XXVII: 4-59.

Rossano, Nicholas A. '48, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 95.

Rossetti and the Fair Lady. David Sonstroem. XXIII: 4-24.

Rossmassler. Stephen Atwater '41, obituary, December '79, p. 71.

Rostas, Coach Stephen M., article on his death, Summer 1994, p. 9.

Rostas, Steven M. Retires. XXI: 1-29.

ROTC Unit. IV: 58; 62; 110. V: 1-15, 5-195; VI: 1-14, 2-13.

Roth, Philip, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1993, p. 11.

Roth, Robert '23, obituary, Fall 1982, p. 70.

Rothberg, J. C. '53, letter from, Winter 1990, p. 30.

Rotherham, Richard Clarence '37, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 40.

Rothmyer, Karen. What Plant is Green, Crunchy and Grows a Foot in One Day? XXVIII: 1-25.

Rothstein. William N., semi-finalist in the 1981 International American Music Competition for Pianists, Spring 1982, p. 4.

Rouillard, Warren Emerson '44, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 79.
      notice of death, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.

Roundy, Paul Champion '26, obituary, Winter '79, p. 89.

Rounseville, Wilfred Van Etten '39, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 77.

Rouse, Dr. George Parke, Jr. '33, obituary, Spring 1977, p. 63.

Rouse, George Parke. Appointed assistant to Secretary of the Alumni. XIX: 4-18.

Roush, G. Jon. The Shape of the Harp. XIII: 2-26.

Rousseau, George Sabastian '62, article by, Fall '78, p. 38.
      Book is reviewed, June '80. p. 42.
      co-editor Tobias Smollett: Bicentennial Essays Presented to Lewis M Knapp ['16]. XXIV: 2-30.
      letter from, Spring 1987, p. 31.

Routh, Almond Cooke '32, obituary, Spring 1983, p. 49.

Routh, Donald McMillan '58, awarded honorary degree, Summer 2004, p. 4.
      Whither and Whence Financial Aid? XXIV: 3-1.
      Winter '78, p. 7.
      Becomes director of financial aid at Yale University, Summer 1981, p. 11.

Roving Seminar in Washington. (Earl Latham.) III: 195

Rowe, Julian Frederick '20, obituary, Spring 1982, p. 57.

Rowland, David Peter '51, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 87.

Rowland, John Carrere '50, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 67.

Rowland, Theodore Sherwood, Jr. '38, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 72.

Rowley, Arthur Merriam '08, obituary, June '80, p. 72.

Royce, Harrison Schyler Jr. '45, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 50.

Royle, George '97, included in article on student entrepreneurs, Fall 1994, p. 30.

Rozefsky, Harold Irwin '50, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 33.

Rozell, Walter Henry, Jr. '32, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 52.
      retired alumni business volunteer. Spring 1977. p.

Rozwenc, Edwin C. '37. The Making of American Society: An Institutional and Intellectual History of the United States. XXV: 1-26.
      Obituary XXVI: 4-23.
      editor. Ideology and Power in the Age of Jackson. XVI: 3-31.

Rubenoff, Herbert S. '25, death notice, Fall 1996, p. 76.

Rubens, Peter Paul. "Charity" acquired by Mead Art Museum. XIV: 3-23.

Rubin, Burton. An Un-Orwellian View of Russia. XIII: 3-16.

Rubin, David '78, reunion. Summer '77, p. 5.

Rubinger, Richard '65, book is received, Winter 1983, p. 23.
      Book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.
      book received, Fall 1989, p. 32. 

Rubinstein, Rabbi Peter '64, article on, Summer 2002, p. 24.

Ruckmick, Christian A. (Rebuilding Education in Ethiopia.) II:139

Ruckmick, John C. '52, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 101.

Rudden, Harry Collins '39, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 45.

Rudden, Richmond Malley '35, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 45.

Rudolf, Jon '87, letter from, Spring 1989, p. 31.

Rugg, Charles Belcher. Obituary. XV: 3-21.

Rugg, Charles Parks '14 Obituary XXVIII: 3-85.

Rugg, Clarence DeWitt '14, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 46.

Rugg, Robert Cooley '46, obituary, Fall '77, p. 64.
      Subject of article on dialysis. XXV: 3-1.

Ruhl, Patrick Gregg '63, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 71.

Rummel Engraving. Panoramic view of Amherst campus, around 1906, available. XX: 2-31.

Rump, Ellis Samuel Jr. '44, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 88.

Rungless Ladder: Harriet Beecher Stowe and New England Puritanism, The. Charles H. Foster. VII: 3-30

Ruotolo, Andrew K. Jr. '74, obituary, Winter 1996, p. 81.

Rush, Kristin Fogdall, named assistant director of parents and friends programs, Winter 1988, p. 9.

Rushdie, Salman, speaks at Amherst, receives honorary degree, Spring 1997, p. 2.

Rushing, Andrea B., book she coedited is published, Fall 1988, p. 18.
      faculty honor, June '79, p. 16.
      Speaker at Senior Assembly, Summer 1981, p. 3.
      Articles published, Winter 1984, p. 24.
      news of activities, Fall 1996, p. 12.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 11.

Rushing. XI: 4-21; XII: 4-19

Russel, David O. '81E, article on, Fall 1999, p. 19.
      Awarded honorary degree, Summer 2002, p. 8.

Russell, Carlton T. '60, letter from, Fall 1994, p. 43.

Russell, Jonathan D., appointed director of food services, Summer 1983, p. 20.

Russell, McLean Calvin '34, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 63.

Russell, Norman L. '75, book received, Summer 1994, p. 45.

Russell, Samuel Reid '42, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 50.

Russia in My Life. Thomas P. Whitney. (Earl Latham) XVI: 3-27.

Russia, Amherst cited in newspaper article, Summer 1995, p. 2.

Russia. Amherst Student editors’ trip.  XI: 4-19

Russia. Reflections of a Clergyman in Moscow. Donald V. Roberts. XVIII: 2-17.
      Stalin's Russia: An Historical Reconsideration. Francis B. Randall. XVIII: 4-29.

Russian cultural center, creation of, Summer 1991, p. 2.

Russian Is Coming, A, A Russian Is Coming. XX: 3-23.

Rust, Gordon Aloney '30, obituary, Summer '77, p. 66.
      American Shakespeare Festival, Stratford-on-the-Housatonic. XV: 1-10.

Rutter, Marshall A. '54, Subcommittee on Admission, Fall 1980, p. 12.

Ryan, Luke '94, book received, Fall 1996, p. 44.

Ryan, Michael '81, appointed as assistant to the secretary for public affairs on the Ives Washburn grant for one year, Spring 1981, p. 6.

Ryan, William Ellsworth '31, obituary, Spring 1981, p. 62.

Ryer, Richard LeRoy '34, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 63.

Ryer, William H. '52, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 54.

Ryerson, William N. '67, letter from, Summer 2002, p. 43.

Rylee, Robert Tilmon '29, obituary, Summer 1982, p. 71.

S. S., Amherst Victory. IV: 53

Sabbaticals. XII: 4-23

Sabel, Richard D. '57, notice of death, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.

Sabin, Richard W. '50, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 120.

Sabrina Flight to Greece, A Report on. XXIII: 1-27.

Sabrina Special. First charter flight to London and Paris, sponsored by Amherst Alumni Association of the Connecticut Valley. XIV: 1-27.

Sabrina Special. First-class charter flight to London and Paris. XV: 1-23.

Sabrina, to aid Alumni Fund, Winter 1977, p. 1-4.
      Summer '77, p. 3.
      Fall '77, inside cover.
      Winter '78, p. 10.
      Summer '79, p. 14.
      December '79, p. 9.
      Spring 1985, p. 13-17 & 21.

Sabrina. Resumes Her Travels. IV: 2
      Shield in Chicago Club. IV: 202
      Shown from airplane V: 1-7.
      Sabrina Revisited by Thomas H. Wyman '51. V: 2-53.
      Sabrina. Appearance and good photo. VI: 1-13.
      Sabrina Revisited. Thomas H. Wyman. V: 2-53.
      Returns to Amherst. VIII: 1-9, 14; 2-20.

Sachs, Robert '32, letter from, Winter 1993, p. 38.

Sacks, Richard, book review by, Fall 1986, p. 35.

Sa'Couto, Nuno '96, included in article on Colorado String Quartet's residency at Amherst, Winter 1996, p. 8.

Sadler, Alfred M. Jr. '62. The Physician's Assistant--Today and Tomorrow. XXV: 2-26.
      book is reviewed, Summer '78, p. 38.

Sadler, Alfred Mitchell '28, obituary, Summer '79, p. 85.

Sadler, Blair L. '62, book is reviewed, Summer '78, p. 38.
      The Physician's Assistant--Todayand Tomorrow. XXV: 2-26

Safronoff, Brock Joel '97, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 107.

Sage at Amherst, The. Arthur L. Gillett. IX: 2-16.

Sage, Brian D. '95, selected as the 1995-96 Amherst-Doshisha Fellow, Summer 1995, p. 4.

Sagendorph, Samuel Lyons '39, obituary, Summer 1996, p. 89.

Sager, Charles Douglas '38, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 63.

Saglio, Hugh T. '31, article by, on Robert Frost, Summer 1994, p. 22.
      Received Distinguished Service Award, Winter 1995, p. 10.
      Notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.

Sahl, Michael '55, book is reviewed, Spring '78, p. 37.

Sailor, John Karl '78, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 104.

Sakakibara, Yasuo '56, Doshisha University, Winter '78, p. 6.
      The Oriental at Amherst. X: 1-15.

Sakamoto, Pamela Rotner '84, article on, Winter 2000, p. 23.

Saker, Victoria A., awarded the Herman E. Krooss Dissertation Prize by the Business History Conference in Boston; book is published, Fall 1993, p.11.

Sakey, Robert G., new media center coordinator, Summer 1993, p. 13.

Salazar, Marcos '00, book received, Spring 2002, p. 34.

Salesman of the Arts – Clarence Francis. X: 2-19.

Salesmanship and Sales Force Management. coauthor Edward C. Bursk. XXIII: 4-22.

Salisbury, Harrison E., awarded honorary degree, Fall 1985. p. 11.

Salmon, E. Dwight, book review by, Winter 1982, p. 26.
      Received Medal for Eminent Service. Fall 1980, p. 2.
      professorship to honor, Winter 1989, p. 5.
      Article on, Winter 1991-92, p. 15.
      Article on his death, Winter 1994, p. 3.
      Memorial service for, Spring 1994, p. 12.
      Retires. XVI: 1-28.
      Verse to a Retiring Professor, by Rolfe Humphries. XVI: 1-28.

Salmon, Herbert King, Jr. '32, obituary, Summer 1992, p. 50.

Salter, James David '46, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 86.

Saltman, David '34, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 111.

Saltzstein, Dan '95, included in article on alums and their careers in cyberspace, Fall 1997, p. 26.

Salyer, Sandford. (Marmee, The Mother of Little Women.) II:21

Salzburg Seminars, The. J. Seelye Bixler. XIII: 2-9.

Salzman, Harold S. '44. alumni chairman, Fall '77, p. 22.

Salzman, Jeffrey '75, book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.

Salzman, Scott '80, obituary, Summer 1996, p. 94.

Sam Higginbottom: Farmer. An Autobiography. II:114

Sam Lovejoy '69: Tower Toppler XXVII: 2-21.

Sammartano, Christopher '81, bike trip with Tom Dickey to Dickey's
      50th reunion at Amherst, Spring 1981, p. 7.
      Reunion Weekend--arrived from bike trip, Summer 1981, p. 6.
      Bicycle trip story, Summer 1981, p. 21-23 & 30.

Samuel Vetch: Colonial Enterpriser. G. M. Waller. (Theodore P. Greene) XIII: 1-26.

Samuel Vetch: Colonial Enterpriser. G. M. Waller. XII: 4-26

Sanchez-Eppler, Karen J., book review by, Spring 1991, p. 37.
      Book review by, Fall 1992, p. 35.
      Book is published, Fall 1993, p. 11.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 1994, p. 40.
      news of, Fall 2002, p. 9.

Sanctuary for the Runaway. XXIII: 3-30.

Sanctuary, Amherst College Wildlife, Summer '78, p. 25.
      Tapping sugar maples, Winter 1980, p. 10.

Sanders, Frank Knight Jr. '17, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 37.

Sanders, Henry B. Jr. '63, death notice, Summer 1998, p. 82.

Sanders, John M. '46, received Medal for Eminent Service, Summer 1981, p. 37.

Sanders, Joseph A. (Oldest Alumnus.) I:15

Sanders, Stewart '24, obituary, Fall/Winter 1983-84. p. 49.

Sanderson, Prof. Catherine A., received research grant from the National Institute of Mental Health, Fall 2000, p. 9.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 9.
      "What They Are Reading," Fall 2001, p. 35.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 9.
      Article on, Summer 2004, p. 28.

Sanderson, Richard Albert '30, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 58.

Sandhill, Ceilee '03, homeschooling article, Winter 2001, p. 15.

Sanditz, Herman '30, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 71.

Sandler, Mark J. '64, new alumni trustee, Summer 1994, p. 3.

Sandler, Stephanie, granted a Fellowship for College Teachers, Fall 1986, p. 8.
      Book is published, Fall 1993, p. 11.
      received award, Fall 1996, p. 12.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 11.
      Book she edited received, Fall 1999, p. 39.

Sands, Richard H. '49. Alumni Fellow report. XXIII: 3-10.

Sandson, Neil '87, book received, Spring 2003, p. 33.

Sandulli, Gaetano R. '25, obituary, Summer 1983, p. 57.

Sandweiss, Martha A., co-editor of book published, Fall 1994, p. 8.
      Book received, Summer 1994, p. 44.
      Book she wrote introduction to is received, Fall 1995, p. 42.
      Paragraph on her recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 9.
      Letter from, Spring 1996, p. 40.
      Awarded fellowship, Fall 1996, p. 12.
      Book review by, Spring 1997, p. 36.
      News of, Fall 2000, p. 9.
      News of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 7.
      New director of Mead Art Museum, also adjunct professor of fine arts and American studies, Fall 1989, p. 4.
      Book co-authored by awarded the 1990 Vasari Award of the Dallas Museum of Art, Fall 1990, p . 8.
      Article by, lost portraits discovered in storage at Mead, Fall 1990, p. 23.

Sanford, Edward '52, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 101.

Sanford, Henry Rensselaer '33, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 63.

Sanford, Wayland Hall '12, obituary, Summer '78, p. 67.

Sanger, David '70, book received, Winter 2004, p. 38.

Sansing, John W. '65, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 52.

Sarat, Austin D., taught seminar, Fall 1986, p. 8.
      Named the William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Jurisprudence and Political Science, Fall 1987, p. 10.
      Book received, Spring 1990, p. 30.
      Book he co-edited is published, Fall 1991, p. 5.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 1994, p. 36.
      national endowment, Spring '78, p. 9.
      Article by, Spring '78, p. 16.
      Letter by, Summer '78, p. 34.
      Baccalaureate Service speaker, Summer '80, p. 4.
      Received grant, Spring 1982, p. 4.
      Awarded the Karl Lowenstein Fellowship in Political Science and Jurisprudence, Fall 1985, p. 24.
      NSF awards grant to college to support project directed by, Fall 1994, p. 8.
      Books received, Fall 1995, p. 42.
      Book he co-edited is received, Spring 1996, p. 37.
      Featured on NPR program, Fall 1996, p. 12.
      Book he edited is received, Spring 1997, p. 37.
      News of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 6.
      Book he co-edited is received, Winter 1998, p. 35.
      Elected president of the Law & Society Association, Fall 1998, p. 11.
      Book he edited is received, Fall 1998, p. 40.
      Books he co-edited received, Winter 1999, p. 36 and 37.
      Book review by, Winter 1999, p. 32.
      Book he edited is received, Spring 1999, p. 32.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 12.
      Book he edited received, Fall 1999, p. 39.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 2001, p. 34.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 9.
      News of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 7.
      Book he edited received, Winter 2004, p. 37.

Sargent, Frank Charles '26, obituary, Fall '77, p. 61.

Sargent, G. Dann, article on his death, Winter 1977, p. 7.

Sargent, L. Manlius. Algebra I: A Versatile Approach. XXVII: 2-23

Sargent, Prof. Dann, received research grant, Summer 1976, p. 20.

Sargent, Robert A. M.D. '61, book review by, Winter 1990, p. 32.

Sarpedon. Phillip C. Flayderman. VI: 2-19.

Sartorius, William Schoolfield '32, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 86.

Satenstein, Sidney. Getting Johnny to Read. IX: 3-19.

Satires of Juvenal, The. Rolfe Humphries translator. (Edward W. Spofford) XII: 1-28, 3-23

Satterwhite, Leonard L., also serving as assistant dean of financial aid, Winter 1988, p.9.

Saturday. Classes abolished. XX: 4-31.

Sauer, Frank Philip '23, obituary, Spring 1982, p. 58.

Saul, John Peter III '37, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 45.

Saunders, Allan Frederick '18, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 46.

Saunders, Timothy '76, letter from, Fall 1995, p. 44.

Sausser, Emerson R. Jr. '50, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 118.

Savage, Deborah. displays at Pratt Museum, Fall 1984, p. 9-10.

Savage, John Edward Jr. '61, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 57.

Savic, Ana, research work for paper, Summer 1981, p. 16.

Savoy, Harolde James '22, obituary, Summer '77, p. 65.

Savoy, John Arthur 119, obituary, Winter 180, p. 93.

Savoy, Prew. Obituary. IX: 3-15, 4-8.

Sawyer, Frank White '42, obituary, Winter 1996, p. 79.

Sawyer, Kenneth W. '66, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.
      book received, Summer 2001, p. 35.

Sawyer, Warren F. '38, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 101.

Sawyers, Peter C. '72, letter from, Fall 1990, p. 39.

Saxton, Martha, "What They Are Reading," Summer 2000, p. 39.
      Book she co-edited received, Fall 2000, p. 41.
      News of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 7.

Sayles, Philip Livermore '24, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 41.

Sayles, Thomas D. '22, obituary, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 48.

Sayre, Charles Layton '39, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 83.

Sayres, William G. '53, letter from, Spring 1998, p. 39.
      Book review by, Fall 1998, p. 38.
      Book review by, Winter 2000, p. 30.
      letter from, Summer 1990, p. 30.
      The History of Frisbee. XXVIII: 4-29.

Scalia, Supreme Court Justice Antonin, delivers lecture at the College, Spring 2004, p. 2.

Scandrett, Dwight Morrow '54, obituary, Summer 1996, p. 92.

Scandrett, Richard B., Jr. '11. Obituary. XXII: 3-16.

Scanlon, John Joseph '49, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 47.
      (Freedom and Security.) II:8; II:17
      (The Passing of The Springfield Republican.) III: 112; 159

Scapolito, George William '29, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 75.

Scarab Elections. II:17 . III: 15. IV: 15

Scarcity and Growth: The Economics of Natural Resource Availability. Harold J. Barnett and Chandler Morse. XV: 4-26.

Scatchard, George '13. American Chemistry Award. VII: 1-11.

Scenna, Anthony '27, article by, Fall 1984, p. 17-22.
      obituary notice, Fall 1986, p. 9.
      Retires. XXIV: 1-22.

Scenna, Anthony. Faust. By Johann Wolfgang von Gouthe. XVII: 1-44

Schapiro, Morton O., received honorary degree, Summer 2001, p. 10.

Schapiro, Steve '55, book is reviewed, Fall 2001, p. 37.

Scharnberger, Charles K. '66, letter from, Summer 1980, p. 28.

Schastok. Sara L., received grant, Spring 1982, p. 4.

Schauffler, Charles Jarvis '36, obituary, Summer 1983, p. 59.

Schauffler, Frederic S. '38, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Schecter, Alan H. '57. Contemporary Constitutional Issues. XXV: 1-27.
      Interpretation of Ambiguous Documents by International Administrative Tribunals. XVII: 1-44.

Scheer, Peter E. '73. The Undergraduate Chair. XXV: 2-15, 3-14, 4-14.

Scheidegger, James L. '82, awarded the Hitchcock Fellowship in Athletics, Summer 1982, p. 23.

Schell, Janice, June '79, p. 13. Winter 1982, p. 2.
      Promoted to associate director of career counseling, Summer 1983, p. 19.

Schell, R. Marshall '72, new administrator, Fall '78, p. 16.
      Appointed to secretary for capital programs, Summer 1980, p. 6.
      Promoted to secretary for development, Fall 1985, p. 9.
      "That Had to Be the Greatest." XXV: 3-22.

Scher, Helene, received grant, Summer 1981, p. 16.
      Promoted to full professor, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 54.

Schermer, Lloyd G. (The Independent Movement.) II:2

Scherrer, John Charles '54, article on, Fall 1987, p. 22.

Scheuer, L. Frank '29, notice of death, Summer 2003, p. 89.

Scheurer, Herman F. Jr. '45 Obituary XXVIII: 1-72.

Schick, Gordon Louis '40, obituary, Spring 1982, p. 62.

Schiffeler, Carl Conrad '50, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 94.

Schiller, Jonathan William '35, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 77.

Schillo, John Morey '74, death notice, Winter 1998, p. 67.
      Obituary, Summer 1998, p. 94.

Schlaifer, Robert Osher '34, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 59.
      Introduction to Statistics for Business Decisions. XIV: 1-30.
      Co-author. (Development ot Aircraft Engines and Fuels.) II:151

Schlaifer, Robert, received honorary degree, Summer '79, p. 13.

Schleicher, Rowell Anton '21, obituary, Winter 1996, p. 74.

Schlesinger, Alexandra & Arthur, note to Henry Steele Commager on his 80th birthday, Fall 1982. p. 5.

Schloss, Dr. and Mrs. Walter A. '36, Johnson Chapel Associate Profile, Spring 2004, inside back cover.

Schloss, Walter A., M.D. '36, letter from, Summer 1987, p. 35.

Schmalz, Carl N., Jr., Fall '77, p. 19.
      Book is reviewed. Summer '78. p. 36.
      Faculty honor. June '79, p. 16.
      Watercolor exhibition. June '80, p. 9.
      Watercolor class outdoors. Fall 1980, p. 29.
      Watercolor paintings featured in exhibition, Summer 1981. p. 16.
      news of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 36.

Schmalz, Prof. Carl, watercolor paintings exhibited in Naples, Florida, Fall 1987, p. 7.
      Watercolors exhibited in the second Biennial Invitational Exhibition of the Watercolor USA Honor Society, Fall 1990, p. 8.
      Gave a lecture/demonstration at Yale University Art Gallery in Sept. 1990, Fall 1991, p. 5.
      Book received, Spring 1993, p. 38.

Schmeidel, Stacey, new director of public affairs, Fall 1998, p. 7.
      Article by, on interview with David Foster Wallace '85, Spring 1999, p. 10.
      Article by, on David O. Russell '81E, Fall 1999, p. 19.
      Article by, on the singing groups at Amherst, Spring 2000, p. 12.
      Book review by, Winter 2000, p. 33.
      Article by, on Ted Conover '80, Summer 2000, p. 11.
      Article by, on Susannah Grant '84, Fall 2000, p. 23.
      Article by, on John Thorne '65, Spring 2001, p. 8.
      Book review by, Winter 2001, p. 35.
      Article by, on Mike Keiser '67's golf course in Oregon, Winter 2002, p. 8.
      Article by, on Joe Wilson '64, Summer 2002, p. 12.
      Article by, on Suzan Murray '84, Winter 2003, p. 12.
      Interview with Tom Gerety on his leaving Amherst, Summer 2003, p. 7.
      Interview with Tony Marx, Summer 2003, p. 14.

Schmerler, Gil '64, article by, on his legal battle for an FBI murder file, Fall 1990, p.17.
      letter from, Fall 1995, p. 44.

Schmid, John George '29, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 62.

Schmid, William Kent '41, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 78.

Schmidt, George P. The Liberal Arts College. X: 2-24.

Schmidt, Henry '33, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 77.
      Revisor The Retirement Handbook (4th ed.) XXIII: 4-23.
      Retirement Planning Guidebook. XII: 1-26

Schmiedeskamp, Jay '55, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 64.

Schmitt, Peter '80, book is received, Spring 1996, p. 38.
      letter from, Summer 1986, p. 34.
      Book received, Spring 1990, p. 30.

Schmitt, Walter Gordon '37, obituary, Summer 1996, p. 88.

Schneider, David, news of, Fall 2001, p. 9.

Schneider, William Carl '39, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 56.

Schnepel, John H. '29 Obituary XXVIII: 4-59.

Schnitker, John P. '74, letter from, Winter 1990, p. 31.

Schoenfeldt, Alfred Moffat '34, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 45.

Schoff, William Lincoln '37, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 39.

Schofield, Philip Henry '25, obituary, Winter '79, p. 89.

Scholarship Awards 1958-59. XI: 4-9

Scholarships for sons of teachers. XII: 2-14

Scholarships. III: 113 . IX: 2-18.

Scholle, Gerard Charles '50, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 67.

Scholtz, Frederick H. '52, story on, Winter 1980, p. 14.
      Letter from, Summer 1980, p. 29.

School Superintendent in Action. Frank E. Spaulding. VIII: 3-30.

School Survey. XIII: 2-17.

School-College Relations. XV: 4-20.

Schornstheimer, Conrad W. '33, obituary, Spring 2003, p. 82.

Schotte, Oscar E. II:143
      interterm, Winter '78, p. 5.
      obituary notice, Summer 1988, p. 4.

Schrag, Peter '53, book is received, Spring 1981, p. 29.
      book is reviewed, Fall 1998, p. 32.
      Photo with Richard M. Nixon. V: 2-59.
      The Decline of the WASP. XXIV: 3-22.
      The End of the American Future. XXVI: 3-28.
      Brains or Brawn? IX: 2-11.
      Five Years After College, What? X: 2-10.
      Intellectuals or Automatics. X: 4-9.
      Freeing the Recluse. XIII: 4-6.
      The New Involvement. XIII: 1-5.
      Joins staff of Saturday Review. XIX: 1-32.
      Test of Loyalty: Daniel Ellsberg and the Rituals of Secret Government. XXVII: 2-24.
      The Cole Era. XII: 1-2
      Voices in the Classroom: Public Schools and Public Attitudes. XVIII: 3-46.

Schramm Art Collection. Displayed at Mead Art Museum. XIV: 3-21.

Schramm, James '26. article on. XXVIII: 2-12.

Schramm, James S. The Ingredients of Art Collecting. XIV: 1-18.

Schreiber, Hans W. '54, letter from, Winter 1991-92, p. 31.
      obituary, Winter 1997, p. 75.

Schriger, David '80, letter from, Fall 1999, p. 43.

Schroeder, Edward B. Obituary. IX: 3-5.

Schroeder, Henry Le Roux '29, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 60.

Schubert, David '29, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 24.

Schubert, David. Initial A. XIV: 3-30.

Schuh, Melvin Walker '29, obituary, Summer 1981, p. 72.

Schulte, David Roberts '48, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 54.

Schumacher, L. Richard '50, article by, "Rescue from a Cult," Spring 1977, p.
      obituary, Spring 2003, p. 88.

Schupf, H. Axel '57, awarded Medal for Eminent Service, Summer 1992, p. 13.
      Named to six-year term on the college's Board of Trustees, Winter 1993, inside front cover.

Schuster, Slade, Jr. '60. Disasters in the Sun and Other Verse Mishaps. XXVI: 2-25.

Schutte, Louis Henry '45, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 73.

Schwab, Sidney M. '66, letter from, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 43.

Schwalb, Lester '77, Summer '77. p. 2.
      article by, "The Undergraduate Chair," Fall 1976, p. 10.

Schwan, Alfred Paul Edwin '21, obituary, Spring 1981, p. 60.

Schwartz, Eugene Bernard '35, obituary, Winter 1996, p. 76.

Schwartz, Martin 'Buzzy' '67, article on, Summer 1996, p. 27.
      Book received, Spring 1998, p. 36.
      Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Fall 2002, inside back cover.

Schwartz, Peter Damon '61, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 65.

Schwartz, Richard S. '31, death notice, Summer 1998, p. 82.

Schwartz, Sidney '35, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Schwartzberg, Paul '88, race walker, Summer 1988, p. 21.

Schwartzwald, Aaron Harry '31, obituary, Summer 1983, p. 58.

Schwarz, David, book he edited is received, Winter 1998, p. 35.
      Book received, Winter 1998, p. 35.

Schwarzkopf, Walter M. '53, June '79, inside back cover.

Schweickart, Russell, GTE Foundation lecturer, Winter 1987, p. 2.

Schweitzer, Mikhail, article on, Winter 1980, p. 2.

Schweitzer, Viktoria A., paragraph on her recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 7.
      Tribute to retirement, Summer 2001, p. 9.
      jointly organized symposium on the poet Marina Tsvetaeva, Winter 1993, p. 3.
      Book is published; organized the Amherst International Tsvetaeva Symposium, Fall 1993, p. 11.
      article on, Winter 1980, p. 2.

Schwemm, Diane '84, named acting assistant secretary for parents' programs, Fall 1986, p. 14.

Science 1-2. A Course, and a Man, in a Book. (Arnold B. Arons) XVIII: 4-6.

Science 3. - new course. XII: 1-19

Science and Ideas: Selected Readings. Arnold B. Arons and Alfred M. Boak, editors. XVII: 1-44.

Science Center. Construction begins. XIX: 3-2.
      Million-dollar Davis Foundation grant. XX: 2-29.
      To be dedicated XXI: 2-19.
      Dedicated XXI: 3-14.

Science Honors Program, The. XII: 4-11

Science in the New Curriculum. (Harold H. Plough.) II:136

Science journal comes to Amherst, Spring 1988, p. 2.

Science ratings, Amherst ranks high in a study of the percentage of graduates who have gained recognition in the field of science, Fall 1987, p. 4.

Science research, study of, places Amherst near the top in several categories, Summer 1993, p. 16.

Science, Amherst Women in, article on, Spring 1992, p. 9.

Sclar, Irwin F. '48, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 94.

Scofield, Vincent '37, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Scorca, Marc '79, article on, Summer 2003, p. 20.

Scott, Angela, Black Alumni Weekend. Winter 1981, p. 3.

Scott, Arthur Leland '19, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 42.

Scott, Edward L. '36, notice of death, Winter 2003, p. 88.
      notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.
      letter from, Fall 1984, p. 30-31.
      letter from, Spring 1992, p. 36.

Scott, Freddie '73. Article on. XXV: 3-23.

Scott, Freddie '74, article on, Winter '78, p. 23.

Scott, George Cross '22, obituary, Spring 1988, p. 39.

Scott, Harold Grant '24, obituary, Spring 1990, p. 46.

Scott, James H., new treasurer of the college, Summer 1986, p. 2.

Scott, John Anthony, translator. The Defense of Gracchus Babeuf. XX: 3-34.

Scott, Lawrence Allan Lory '28, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 68.

Scott, Nauman Steele Jr. '38, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 98.

Scott, Nikki '97, book received, Summer 1999, p. 42.

Scott, Nina M., book review by, Fall 1998, p. 33.

Scott, Roger H. '65, alumni advisor, Summer '78, p. 35.

Scott, Tully '49, notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.

Scott, William K. '50, obituary, Winter 1996, p. 80.

Scott, Winfield Felix '37. obituary. Fall 1981, p. 71.

Scourge and Minister: A Study of Hamlet. (George Roy Elliott.) III: 159

Scrawny Sonnets and Other Narratives, The. Robert Bagg. XXVI: 1-27.

Sculpture of Taras, The. Joseph Coleman Carter. XXVIII: 4-30.

Sea Change, The: The Migration of Social Thought, 1930-1965. H. Stuart Hughes XXVII: 3-30.

Seaborg, Glenn T. and E. G. Valens. Elements of the Universe. XI: 3-26

Sealing for an Education. Adolphus G. Meier, Jr. VI: 4-12.

Seamans, Chester G. '18, obituary, Spring 1982, p. 57.

Seaplane Flying and Operations. (Robert S. Fogg; William D. Strohmeier; Daniel J. Brimm Jr.) II:66

Search for a Latin American Policy. Thomas W. Palmer, Jr. (Francis B. Randall, ‘52) XI: 1-23

Search for a New Curriculum. Douglas C. Wilson ‘62. XXVVIII: 3-6.

Search for a Usable Past, The. And Other Essays in Historiography. Henry Steele Commager. (Thomas Lask) XX: 1-33.

Searchinger, Tim, debating team, Spring 1982. p. 6.
      Awarded fellowship by the Thomas J. Watson Foundation, Spring 1982, p.

Searle, Emerson Sheldon '13, obituary, Summer '77, p. 64.

Searle, Franklin P. Obituary XXVII: 3-89.

Sears Box. II:143

Sears, David. II:143

Sears, Dr. Warren H. '28, obituary, Fall 1982, p. 71.

Seasholes, Ernest Van B. '55, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1988, p. 9.

Season’s Greetings from Down Under. David E. Gyger. IX: 3-12.

Seaver, Bob '46, letter from, Fall 1996, p. 47.

Secondary School Education. XII: 2-1
      Alumni in the Schools. XII: 2-2

Secondary Schools. Influence of new courses and programs. XVII: 4-21.

Secret Diplomacy and the Spanish Civil War. David T. Cattell. X: 3-28.

Sectarian College and the Public Purse: Fordham--A Case Study, The. Walter Gellhorn with R. Kent Greenawalt. XXIII: 2-28.

Securing the Revolution: Ideology in American Politics 1789-1815. Richard Buel, Jr. XXV: 2-25.

Security, Loyalty and Science. (Walter Gellhorn.) III: 65

Sedgewick, Eve Kosofsky, article by, on Sabrina, Spring 1985, p. 13-17 & 21.
      book review by, Winter 1986, p. 28.
      Received Guggenheim fellowship, Fall 1987, p. 7.
      Awarded Crompton-Noll Prize in Gay Studies, Fall 1988, p. 18.
      received honorary degree, Summer 2001, p. 10.

Seed and the Sowers, The. Curtis Canfield. VIII: 1-5.

Seeds of Time. (E. Merrill Root.) II:199

Seeing and Writing: Fifteen Exercises in Composing Experience. Walker Gibson. (John F. Butler) XI: 4-29

Seeley G. Mudd Building, photos of, Fall 1984, p. 13.
      Photo of, Spring 1983, p. 3.

Seeley G. Mudd Fund, gift in support of construction, Fall 1981, p. 2.
      Designing of building, Fall 1982, p. 2.

Seelye House, Fall 1984. p. 6.

Seelye, Edwin Barrows '29, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 42.

Seelye, Kate '84, awarded honorary degree, Summer 2004, p. 4.

Seelye, Laurens Hickok. Obituary. XIII: 2-24.

Seelye, Talcott W. '44, letter from, Winter 1994, p. 44.

Seelye, Talcott W. '44, named temporary Ambassador to Beirut, Summer 1976, p. 21.

Seelye, Talcott W. '47, elected to Board of Trustees, Summer 1982, p. 2.
      Debate on Mideast with Levin, Fall 1982, p. 3-4.

Seelye, Talcott W. The Hashimite Kingdom of Jordan. X: 1-16.

Seery, John E. '80, book received, Fall 1996, p. 44.

Segal, Alan F. '67, book is received, Spring 1981, p. 30.
      book is reviewed, Fall 1987, p. 29.
      Book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.

Segal, Edward Richard '39, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 65.

Segal, Robert Mandal '36, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 82.

Segar, Timothy J., paragraph on his recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 10.
      Exhibition he organized is praised, Fall 1996, p. 12.

Segat Melvin James '32, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 70.

Segre, Julia '87, included in article on Amherst Women in Science, Spring 1992, p.17.

Seham, Martin C. '54, letter from, Summer '77, p. 29.

Seibert, Clarendon Elliott '26, obituary, Winter '79, p. 89.

Seibert, Kingston Sproul '27, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 43.

Seidet Gerald F. '44, notice of death, p. 81.

Seidman, Walter S. '25, obituary, Winter 1982, p. 69.

Seim, Anders '71, submitted item on President Heman Humphrey, Winter 1994, p.7.

Selby, James M. '37, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 66.

Selby, William Edwin, Jr. '35, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 39.

Selden, Mark '59, book is reviewed, June '80, p. 41.
      book received, Spring 1990, p. 30.
      Book he edited is reviewed, Summer 1990, p. 25.
      book review by, Summer 1999, p. 35.
      The Yenan Way in Revolutionary China. XXIV: 2-30.

Selections from Ralph Waldo Emerson. Edited by Stephen E. Whicher. (Charles H. Foster) X: 4-19.

Seligman House, Fall 1984, p. 6.

Seligman, Eustace '10, article on his death, Fall 1976, p. 6.
      What the United States Can Do About India. VIII: 4-25.
      and Richard L. Walker. Should the U. S. Change Its China Policy? XI: 1-23
      IV: 149
      Red China and the United Nations. XVII: 1-24.
      Retires from board of trustees. XVII: 1-33

Selkirk, Wallace Simrell '47, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 79.

Selling in a DC-4. II:188

Selvin, George Alexander '35, obituary, Winter 1981, p. 62.

Seminars, article on, Spring 2000, p. 3.

Semple, Hugh F. '33, obituary, Spring '78, p. 62.

Senate Timber -Thomas Joseph O'Connor. XIII: 2-13.

Senior Honors, an account of the experiences of four Honors students, Fall 1989, p. 10.

Senior Song Origins. IV: 151

Senior's View, A. (John D. Herzog.) IV: 55

Seniors, Charge to. Charles W. Cole. XII: 1-7

Sentiment de la Nature, La, et le Retour a la Vie Simple (1690-1740). Geoffroy Atkinson. XIII: 1-25.

Sentimental Revolution, The. French Writers of 1690-1740. Geoffroy Atkinson. Abraham C. Keller, editor. (F. K. Turgeon) XIX: 2-40.

September 11, Amherst victims of, Fall 2001, p. 2.

Sequest International, Summer '79, p. 6.

Seraglio, The. James Merrill. (Benjamin BeMott) IX: 4-32.

Serues, Ed, retires from the college, Spring 1987, p. 19.
      Honored by tennis tournament, Summer 1987, p. 28.
      Inducted into the Intercollegiate Squash Hall of Fame, Spring 1991, p. 33.

Serues, Edward J., article on his death, Fall 1994, p. 9.

Service of Remembrance. Poem. Sumner J. Brown. X: 1-47.

Servos, John W., awarded NSF grant to support research, Fall 1990, p. 8.
      Received the Pfizer Award (for a book in the history of science) for his book, Summer 1992, p. 43.
      faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 12.
      "What They Are Reading," Winter 2000, p. 34.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 9.

Sesquicentennial Year 1971-72. Plans and projects. XXIII: 4-1; XXIV: 3-17.
      Events XXIV: 4-18.
      Flag. Gary Benson. XXIV: 3-Cover I;
      Symbol. Tom Funk. XXIII: 4-Cover.
      XXV: 1-18, XXVI: 1-13.

Seven Contemporary Authors: Essays on Cozzens, Miller, West, Golding, Heller, Albee, and Powers. Thomas B. Whitbread, editor. XVIII: 4-31.

Seven Images of Science, The. Gerald Holton. X: 3-2.

Seventh Shakespeare Signature? XXIV: 2-17.

Severance, Raymond L. '24, obituary, Spring 1982, p. 58.

Severni, William '74, Fall '77, p. 30.

Sewal1, Richard B., editor. Emily Dickinson, a Collection of Critical Essays. XVI: 2-30.

Seward, George Curry '36, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 37.

Seward, Halvor Richardson Jr. '55, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 82.

Seward, Rossiter Lawrence, Jr. '43, obituary, Winter '80, p. 96.

Seward, Schuyler Loomis '46, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 99.

Sexton, Anne, article on, Fall 1992, p. 28.

Seybolt, Paul Spencer '25, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 52.

Seymour, Daniel K. '35, retired alumni business volunteer, Spring 1977, p. 18.
      Obituary, Fall 1982, p. 72.
      Heads J. Walter Thompson Advertising Agency. XVII: 1-10.
      President, J. Walter Thompson Advertising Agency. XX: 1-24.

Seymour, Henry William '22, obituary, Spring 1982, p. 57.

Seymour. Leonard North ’22, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 42

Shakespeare paper back series. Louis B. Wright, Editor. XII: 1-28

Shakespeare, William. Origins of Classroom Shakespeare. XVII: 2-24.
      Will Shakespeare and His America. Nancy Webb and Jean Francis Webb. XVII: 4-30.
      The Tragedy of King Lear. Edited by Louis B. Wright and Virginia L. Freund. IX: 4-33.
      The Tragedy of Othello. Edited by Louis B. Wright and Virginia L. Freund. X: 2-24.

Shakespeare’s Villains. Charles Norton Coe. X: 3-28.

Shakespeare's Festive Comedy: A Study of Dramatic Form and its Relation to Social Custom. C. L. Barber. (Reuben A. Brower) XI: 4-29; XII: 1-27

Shakespeare's Hidden Life: Shakespeare at the Law, 1585-1595. W. Nicholas Knight. XXVI: 3-28.

Shalala, Donna Edna, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1992, p. 12.

Shambaugh, George E. Jr. '24, notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Shambaugh, Philip '26, letter from, Winter 1988, p. 32.
      Obituary, Fall 1993, p. 58.

Shand, John Douglas '43, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 98.

Shannon, Spencer W. '49, notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.

Shapard, David M. '84, book he annotated and edited received, Spring 2004, p. 40.

Shape of the Harp, The. G. Jon Roush. XIII: 2-26.

Shaping the Self: Style and Technique in the Narrative. Herbert R. Coursen, Jr. '54. XXVIII: 3-30.

Shapiro, Matt '91, included in article on students entrepreneurship, Spring 1991, p. 24.

Shapiro, Maurice '30, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 33.

Sharefkin, John Bard '66, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 56.

Sharp, Kenneth Alexander '26, obituary, Spring '78, p. 61.

Sharp, Malcolm Pitman '18, obituary, Fall 1980, p. 58.

Shaughnessy, Richard '22, obituary, Fall '78, p. 65.

Shaw, Albert P. III '74, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 124.

Shaw, Charles Franklin, Jr. '32, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 55.

Shaw, Edward C. '52, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 120.

Shaw, Howard E. '28, book review by, Spring 1985. p. 25.
      notice of death, Summer 2003, p. 89.

Shaw, Leo N. XI: 1-10

Shaw, Robert Stuart '55, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 82.

Shaw, Warren Hansen '70, obituary, Fall 1998, p. 72.

Shaw, William F. '41, notice of death, Spring 2003, p. 82.

Shaw. John Francis, Jr. '29, obituary, Winter 1981, p. 60.

Shay, Patrick Henry '21, obituary, Fall 1985. p. 42.
      Retires after forty-seven years as high school teacher. TerrasIrradient. XX: 4-inside front cover.

Shays' Rebellion, article on, Winter 1986, p. 10.

Shea, Bob, article on, Summer 2000, p. 16.

Shea, James F. '28, obituary, Spring 1985. p. 36.

Shea, Lawrence P. '44, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 68.

Shea, Peter J., assumes position as comptroller, Winter 1988, p. 8.
      named treasurer, Spring 2002, p. 6.

Sheehan, Joseph M. Sports at Amherst. XI: 3-6

Sheibley, Tom '70, article on, Summer 1997, p. 24.

Shelburne, Elizabeth '01, included in article on his thesis project, Summer 2001, p. 12.

Sheldon, Allan Bourne '29, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 32.

Sheldon, Peter '89, included in article on the Boston Marathon, Summer 1988, p. 10.

Sheldon, Roy Van Auken '19, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 69.
      Marlboro's Tablemaster. XXI: 2-30.

Shelton, Dan '81, article on, Winter 2003, p. 20.

Shengold, David '81, letter from, Fall 1993, p. 38.

Shenk, George C. '43, notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.

Shepard, Edward Manning '37, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 44.

Shepard, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Jr., featured in Amherst Life Income Gifts ad, Summer 1993.

Shepard, Thomas R. '40, awarded Medal for Eminent Service, Fall 1990, p. 40.
      Co-author, The Disaster Lobby: Prophets of Ecological Doom and Other Absurdities. XXV: 4-20.

Shepardson, Daniel Beale '40, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 85.

Shepherd, Fred '85, article by, on Nicaragua. Winter 1984, p. 17-21.

Shepherd, Geoffrey '57, article by, on Nicaragua. Winter 1984, p. 17-21.

Shepherd, William G. '57, book is received, Fall 1988, p. 35.
      book is reviewed, June '80, p. 39.
      Books are received, Spring 1981, p. 30.
      Book is received, Winter 1983, p. 23.
      Market Power and Economic Welfare: An Introduction. XXIII: 2-29.
      The Treatment of Market Power: Anti­trust, Regulation, and Public Enterprise. Public Policies Toward Business. XXVIII: 3-31.
      Economic Performance under Public Ownership: British Fuel and Power. XVIII: 4-30.

Sheppard, Carl D. '37, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Sheppard, W. Anthony '91, book received, Spring 2001, p. 37.

Sher, Michael '84, reported article on train service returning to Amherst, Fall 1989, p. 6.

Sher, Michael S., article by, Summer 1984, p. 62-63 & 66.

Shera, James Arthur '51, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 81.

Sherburne, Jennifer, book review by, Spring 1997, p. 33.

Sherer, Renslow D. '38, obituary, Spring 2003, p. 84.

Sheridan, Charles F. Jr. '48, Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Spring 1998, inside back cover.

Sheridan, Michael F. '62. Mount Amherst, December '79. p. 13.

Sherman, Charles Lawton. Obituary. VII: 3-7.

Sherman, David George '69, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 73.

Sherman, Fred A. '46, obituary, Spring 1984. p. 53.

Sherman, Stanley Carter '12. obituary, Fall 1980, p. 57.

Sherwood, Frederick Raymond '26, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 44.

Sherwood, Martin Hubert '44, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 76.

Sherwood, Paul J. '62, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 97.

Sherwood, William Henry '38, obituary, Summer 1982, p. 73.

Shetterly, Indira. faculty honor, June '79, p. 16.

Shields, James '35, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 81.

Shields, John Musselman '36, obituary, Fall 1982, p. 73.

Shields, Patrick M. '78, Mayo-Smith graduate fellow, Spring '78, p. 7.
      New administrator, Fall '78, p. 17.

Shilling, A. Gary ‘59, book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.
      book listed, Spring 1987, p. 24.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 1987, p. 31.
      Book received, Fall 1989, p. 32.
      book received, Fall 1998, p. 40.
      Letter from, Summer 1999, p. 43.
      Book received, Winter 2004, p. 38.

Shillington, John J. '29, notice of death, p. 81.

Shillington, William Robert '23, obituary, Winter '79, p. 88.

Shinn, George L. '45, Society of the Alumni. Summer '77, p. 5.
      Included in article, June '79, p. 2.
      Remarks by, inauguration of JHG, December '79, p. 8.
      Biography of, June '80, p. 12.
      Succeeded as Chairman of Board of Trustees, Summer '80, p. 2.
      Class Reunion Weekend, Summer '80, p. 5.
      Received honorary degree, Summer 1982, p. 13-14.
      Presidential search committee, Winter 1983, p. 2.
      Named life Trustee. XXIII: 4-15.
      Elected alumni trustee. XXI: 1-26.

Shock of the Past, The. G. Armour Craig. XXVI: 2-1.

Shorr, Jay '44, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 94.

Shortt, Rae Michael '79, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 84.
      Book he translated received, Spring 1998, p. 40.

Should the U. S. Change Its China Policy? Eustace Seligman and Richard L. Walker. XI: 1-22

Shoyu grant, awarded to Asian languages and civilizations department, Summer 1992, p. 7.

Shrewsbury, Joan, letter from, Spring 1981. p. 26.

Shult Peter '63, notice of death, Summer 2002, p. 91.

Shultis, Mark '26 Obituary XXVIII: 3-86.

Shumway, Conrad '15, obituary, Summer '78, p. 68.

Shumway, Lowell '14, obituary, Summer '79, p. 82.

Shurter, Robert L. '28. Effective Letters in Business. VII: 1-29.
      Written Communication in Business. X: 2-24.

Shurtleff, Franklin Atwood '28 Obituary XXVII: 4-59. 

Sibley, Elbridge '24, death notice, Winter 1995, p. 63.
       (The Recruitment, Selection, and Training of Social Scientists.) II:22
      The Social Science Research Council: The First Fifty Years. XXVII: 2-23.

Sibley, John R. '47 and Jean, article on, Fall 1984, p. 18-21.

Sidgwick, J B. (The Heavens Above.) IV: 20

Siedlecki, Jack, new head football coach, Spring 1993, p. 32.

Siege of Paris, 1870-1871, The. (Melvin Kranzberg.) III: 21

Siegel, Horace U. '19, death notice, Winter 1995, p. 63.

Siegel, Sharon G., appointed to assistant comptroller. Summer 1981. p. 12.
      Promoted to associate comptroller and assistant treasurer of the college. Summer 1983, p. 19.
      Becomes comptroller, Summer 1984, p. 5.
      becomes director of finance and associate treasurer, Winter 1988, p. 8.
      Co-chair of Priorities Planning Committee, Spring 1992, p. 2.
      sabbatical leave, Fall 1998, p. 7.
      Leaves position, Spring 2001 p. 5.

Siegmund, Stefanie Beth '84, received Mellon Fellowship in the Humanities, Summer 1984, p. 57.

Siffert, John S. '69, book is received, Spring 1981, p. 30.

Sigafoos, David Harvey '64, obituary, Spring 1977, p. 64.

Sigma Xi Elections. IV: 14; 204

Sigma Xi Installed. II:192

Signet Book of Wine, The. Alexis Bespaloff. XXIV: 1-29.

Silbaugh, Hugh R. Jr. '54, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 101.

Silberstein, Jesse '44, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 40.

Silsbee, Gerald S. '45, letter from, Winter 1990, p. 31.

Silver, David B. '48, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 120.

Silver, David J. Foreign Aid and Foreign Trade as Instruments in the Cold War. Ford Foundation Research Report on Is There an End to the Cold War? XVI: 1-44.

Silver, Marc S., received funding. Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 54.
      received grant from the NIGMS, Fall 1990, p. 8.
      recognition of retirement, Summer 1997, p. 9.
      received research grant, Summer 1976, p. 19.

Silver, Sara, article by, on Tom Sheibley '79, Summer 1997, p. 24.

Silverberg, Geurson Donald '39, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 46.

Silverman, Lou '81, career conference coordinator. Fall 1980, p. 10.

Silverman, Matthew '28, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 42.

Silverman, Sandra '84. wrote article on romantic novels, Winter 1983, p. 14-1

Simcoke, Richard Pritchett '32, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 95.

Simmon, Vincent Joseph '29, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 48.

Simmons, Adele Smith, becomes President of Hampshire College, Spring 1977, p.
      Received honorary degree, Summer '77. p. 7.

Simmons, Caroline, named a trustee. June '79, p. 11.
      Biography of, June '80, p. 16.

Simmons, Clement Merrill '37, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 73.

Simmons, Philip '80, book is reviewed, Winter 1999, p. 34.
      Article on, by Paul Statt '78, Spring 2002, p. 16.
      Awarded honorary degree, Summer 2002, p. 8.
      Obituary, Fall 2002, p. 98.
      edited The Student Guide to Fellowships and Internships, Fall 1980, p. 7.
      letter from, Summer 1989, p. 35.

Simmons, Ruth J., received honorary degree, Summer 1995, p. 12.

Simms, David C. '97, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 111.

Simon, Joel '86, book is received, Summer 1997, p. 44.

Simon, Michael A. '58, book is received, Winter 1983, p. 23.
      book review by, Summer 2001, p. 34.
      The Matter of Life: Philosophical Problems of Biology. XXIV: 2-30.

Simon, Michael A. Letter concerning awarding of degree to Robert S. McNamara. .XIX: 2-31.

Simonds, Sherborne Baston '42 Obituary XXVIII: 2-63.

Simone, Nina, received honorary degree, Summer '77, p. 8.

Simons, Richard Lord Fulton '50, obituary, Fall 1984.

Simpkins, C. O. Coltrane: A Biography. XXVIII: 1-28.

Simpson, Evan '62, book is reviewed. Winter 1981, p. 31.

Simpson, George Northrup Jr. '51, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 81.

Simpson, Jeffrey. The Way Life Was: A Photographic Treasury from the American Past. XXVII: 2-26.

Simpson, John Woodruff. II:64

Simpson, Robert Edward '38, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 92.

Simpson. Jan Winn '55. obituary, Fall '77, p. 64.

Sims, Herbert Jay '33, obituary, Summer 1985, p. 31.

Sims, Walter Alexander '47, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 63.

Sinclaire, Harry Addison '43, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 91.

Singer, Armand A. '35, book received, Summer 1994, p. 44.

Singer, Armand Edwards '35. Everest Adventure. XXII: 1-3.
      A Bibliography of the Don Juan Theme: Versions and Criticisms. VII: 1-29.
      Amherst -Name Across the Land. XVI: 4-7.

Singer, Jefferson A. '80, book received, Spring 1998, p. 40.
      book is reviewed, Winter 1994, p. 37.

Singer, William James '34, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 60.

Singing Cowboy Without a Song – Douglas R. Kennedy. X: 3-16.

Singleton, James Moorhead '31, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 45.

Sinise, Gary Alan, received honorary degree, Summer 2003, p. 5.

Sinnott-Armstrong, Walter '77, book received, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 42.

Sinos, Rebecca H., book is reviewed, Summer 1994, p. 40.
      Presentation of paper, Fall 1996, p. 12.
      Book review by, Spring 1997, p. 30.

Sirkin, David W. '75, letter from, Summer 1990, p. 31.

Sisson, Arthur C. '20 Obituary XXVII: 1-58.

Sisson, Harry Mills '29, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 43.

Sister My Life. Boris Pasternak. Philip C. Flayderman, translator. (Murray Peppard) XX: 3-31.

Sitwell, Edith. Edith Sitwell: The Symbolist Order. James D. Brophy. XX: 4-38.

Siviter, Chalmers Thomas '23, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Six Blues-Roots Pianists. Eric Kriss. XXVI: 3-29.

Six Canoeists in Search of Queens. Derickson W. Bennett. XXIV: 3-6.

Size of College. XI: 1-14

Sizemore, Russell '77. Copeland Fellow. Spring 1983, p. 14.

Skakel, Rushton W. '46, obituary, Spring 2003, p. 86.

Skeel, Thomas E. '41, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 104.

Skeele, Henry Keedwell '45, obituary, Summer 1980, p. 64.

Skilbred. Amy '81, received Howard Hill Mossman Award. Summer 1981, p. 29.

Skiles, John Clifford '34, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 63.

Skillings, Henry Hills '38, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 38.
      of the Alumni, Summer '77, p. 5.
      Election of the Alumni Trustee: A Report. XXVII: 3-21.
      Comment on Trustee Election. XXVIII: 1-9.

Skinner, Bradley F. '34, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 90.

Skipton, Malcolm Keith Jr. '46, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 50.

Sklover, Alan L. '73, book received, Spring 2000, p. 33.

Skocpol, Theda, awarded honorary degree, Summer 2004, p. 4.

Skofield, Hobart Oliver '24, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 49.

Skoldberg, Ernest Victor '51, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 40.

Skrigan, Paul Samuel '43, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 33.

Slade, Gordon William '26, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 43.

Slawson, W. David '53, book is reviewed, Summer 1982, p. 25.
      book received, Fall 1996, p. 43.

Sletteland, Greggar Perry '39, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 63.

Sletteland, Peder Jon Ekern '45, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 74.

Slightest Distance, The. Henry Bromell. XXVII: 4-30.

Sloan Foundation, Alfred P., Amherst receives grant from, Fall 1985, p. 25.

Sloane, Patricia '80, article on, Winter 1998, p. 9.

Slone, Virgil '30, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 64.

Sloss, C. S. Reply to John C. Long’s Letter concerning Faculty Report on Student Life. XVIII: 2-34.

Slow Afoot, Fast of Quip. James W. Hill. XI: 3-12

Small Amherst World, A. VIII: 4-10.

Small, Wilfred T., letter from, Summer 1995, p. 40.

Smallpox, article on, Winter 1989, p. 18.

Smardon, Raymond A. '40, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 54.

Smart, Joseph Potter '39, obituary, Spring '78, p. 63.

Smart, Robert William '50, obituary, June '79, p. 64.

Smead, Frederic Baker '36, obituary, Summer 1981, p. 73.

Smead, George Lewis '33, obituary, Spring 1981, p. 63.

Smiley, David O. '40, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 103.

Smilow, David. Commencement Address. XXVII: 1-8.

Smith Frederick Burton '23, obituary, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 49.

Smith, Andrew Bardwell '57, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 90.

Smith, Bert Nichols '09, obituary, Spring '78, p. 59.

Smith, Charles Duryea III '24, obituary, Summer '77, p. 65.

Smith, Charles Horton '32, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 45.

Smith, Curtis '40, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 61.

Smith, Donald C. '27, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 58.

Smith, Donald Farnsworth '35, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 70.

Smith, Earl Harding '30, obituary, Spring 1983, p. 48.

Smith, Eastburn Richey '20, obituary, Spring 1977, p. 61.

Smith, Elizabeth Cannon '84, associate director of alumni programs, Fall 1988, p. 7.
      Named director of alumni and parent programs, Fall 1990, p. 2.

Smith, George F. B. '25. Buys Policy to Benefit Amherst. VIII: 2-15.

Smith, George Francis Boyde, Jr. '52, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 41.

Smith, George Francis Boyde, Sr. '24, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 43.

Smith, George Gifford '11, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 28.

Smith, Gilbert L. Jr. '33, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 100.

Smith, Gordon Andrew '32, obituary, Fall 1994, p. 59.

Smith, Harold Cunningham '30, obituary, Spring 1981, p. 62.

Smith, Harold J. '62, obituary, Spring 2003, p. 91.

Smith, Harold Ladd, Jr. '36, obituary, Spring 1977, p. 63.

Smith, Hedrick L., awarded honorary degree, Summer 1992, p. 12.

Smith, Helen C., story by, on Jomandi Productions, Spring 1985, p. 10-11.

Smith, Henry Nash. Tension in the Humanities. XXIV: 2-6.

Smith, Howard P. (Bud) '42, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 96.

Smith, Hubbard M. '57, director of alumni and parent programs, Fall 1988, p. 6.
      Named associate director of alumni relations and development, Fall 1990, p. 2.
      Editor of Biographical Record Project, Fall 1992, p. 6.

Smith, Hudson A. '38, obituary, Winter 2003, p. 90.

Smith, James Kellum. Obituary. XIII: 4-10.

Smith, James Nichols ' 15 Obituary XXVIII: 1-69.

Smith, John S. '41, notice of death, Summer 2002, p. 89.

Smith, Joyce E., appointed dean, Summer '79, p. 16.

Smith, Kathleen E. '87, book received, Summer 1996, p. 46.
      Book review by, Winter 1999, p. 34.
      Book is reviewed, Fall 2002, p. 32.
      Book review by, Spring 2003, p. 31.

Smith, Kendrick '43, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 52.

Smith, Kenneth Howard '31, obituary, Winter '80, p. 94.

Smith, Lincoln Bardwell '19, obituary, Spring 1977, p. 61.

Smith, Linda Joan '79, book is reviewed, Winter 2001, p. 39.

Smith, Lisa '89, first-place winner in song-writing competition, Summer 1987, p. 2.

Smith, Luther Ely. III: 194

Smith, Mason Rossiter '32, obituary, Spring 1983, p. 50.

Smith, Myron Howe '21, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 40.

Smith, Norris Wilbur '26, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 43.

Smith, P. Kingsley '50,letter from, Summer 1996, p. 47.
      Letter from, Winter 2001 p. 42.

Smith, Pamela, P '99, letter from, Fall 1997, p. 39.

Smith, Paul Edmund Jr. '48, obituary, Winter 1998, p. 72.

Smith, Paul Scudder '24, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 59.

Smith, Prentice Frank '41, obituary, Summer 2000, p. 85.

Smith, Ralph Potter '11, obituary, Summer '77, p. 63.

Smith, Rev. Herbert Rhodes. The Memorial Address - Service for Stanley F. Teele. XX: 1-16.

Smith, Richard Galbraith '25, obituary, Fall 1980, p. 59.

Smith, Richard Odell, M.D. '18, obituary, Summer 1981, p. 70.

Smith, Richard Paige '45, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 99.

Smith, Richard Schiedt '43, obituary, Fall 1998, p. 67.
      Winter '78, p. 70.

Smith, Robert Craft '35. obituary, Spring 1982, p. 61.

Smith, Robert G. '50, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 98.

Smith, Robert M. '42, notice of death, Spring 2003, p. 82.

Smith, Robert Sidney. Mill on the Dan: A History of Dan River Mills, 1882-1950. XIII: 4-21.

Smith, Robert White '40. Obituary XXVIII: 3-88.

Smith, Roland Bisgrove '43, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 55.

Smith, Sanderson M. '60, book is received, Spring 1996, p. 37.
      book is received, Spring 1981, p. 30.
      letter from, Fall 1986, p. 36.
      Book listed, Spring 1987, p. 24.

Smith, Talbot. Lawyer. XIV: 3-30.

Smith, Vincent B. Jr. '50, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Smith, Wilfred Rossetter '30, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 54.

Smith, William Galbraith '23, obituary, Winter '78. p. 86.

Smith, Wilson, editor. Cities of Our Past and Present. XVII: 1-42.

Smith, Wilson. Professors and Public Ethics. IX: 4-32.

Smith, Winthrop Hiram. Obituary. XIII: 4-11.
      Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith. X: 3-15.
      Named permanent trustee. V: 1-14.

Smith, Winthrop W. '58, book review by, Spring 1994, p. 37.

Smithers, Austen G. '49, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 82.

Smith-Petersen, Morten '42, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 79.

Smith-Petersen, Porter Cushing '41, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 56.

Smithsonian Institution. James Smithson and the Smithsonian Story. J. C. Long. XIX: 3-38.

Smoking ban, at Amherst, Winter 2004, p. 6.

Smyth, Winfield Scott '54, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 120.
      notice of death, Summer 2003, p. 89.

Smyth. Samuel III '39. obituary. Spring 1984, p. 53.

Smythe, C. Wyatt '41, obituary, Spring '78. p. 63.

Smythe, William Johnston '42, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 78.

Snell Chair. IV: 115

Snell, Bertrand H. Obituary. X: 4-7.

Snell, Donald W. '25, obituary, Summer 1982. p. 70.

Snell, John '51, letter from. December '79, p. 34.

Snell, John Stanley '43, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 40.

Snelling. Stuart '19. obituary, Summer 1982, p. 69.

Snicker, Frederick, the hiding of Sabrina, Summer '79, p. 14.

Snider, Cushing B. '34, notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.

Snider, Frank L. '21, obituary, Spring 1984. p. 48.

Snively, Susan R., Emily Dickinson symposium, Fall 1980, p. 7.
      Appointed writing counselor, Fall 1981, p. 6.
      Book is reviewed, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 61-62.
      Awarded grant, Winter 1984, p. 24.
      Book review by, Winter 1984, p. 29-32.
      essay published, won Editor's Prize for essay, Fall 1998, p. 11.
      Book is reviewed, Fall 1998, p. 35.
      "What They Are Reading," Spring 2001, p. 38.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 9.
      poems published, poem awarded first prize, Fall 1986, p. 8.
      Article by, on Amy Clampitt, Winter 1986, p. 13.
      Book of poems published, Fall 1988, p. 18.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1988, p. 27.
      Poems by were lyrics for a composition by Lewis Spratlan, Fall 1990, p. 8.
      Interview with, Winter 1993, p. 12.
      Book review by, Winter 1994, p. 37.

Snow, F. Stedman, Jr. '32, notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Snow, Stanley Law '33, obituary, Summer 1982, p. 72.

Snow, William Hamilton '38, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 72.

Snowball fight, Spring 1989, p. 4.

Snowball, Alfred Anthony '37, obituary, Fall 1998, p. 66.

Snyder, Cameron C. Quick Hands of Colts' Scott Wield Scalpel. XXVIII: 2-29.

Snyder, George Frederick '33, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 45.

Snyder, Gordon Rich '30, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 75.

Snyder, H. Evan '58, obituary, Spring 1983, p. 52.
      Resigns. XXII: 4-18.

Snyder, Jack Brennan '29, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 62.

Snyder, Robert P. '37, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 101.

Snyder, W. Lloyd III '66, elected to the Board of Trustees, Fall 1989, p. 3.

Snyder, William Lloyd, Jr. Obituary XXVII: 3-92.

Soboda, Edward M. '24, death notice, Summer 1997, p. 78.

Social Psychology. (Manuscript. Charles T. Burnett.) I:17

Social Revolution on the American Campus, The. (The Student of 1965 – Four Views) Henry T. Yost, Jr. XVIII: 1-12.

Social Science Research Council, The: The First Fifty Years. Elbridge Sibley. XXVII: 2-23.

Social Sciences, The: Problems of Inquiry. XIX: 4-2.

Social Security. III: 113

Society of the Alumni. II:206 . III: 8; 208. IV: 7
      Annual Meeting. X: 1-3.
      Massachusetts Legislative amendment to charter of Amherst College. XIII: 4-22.
      Presents portrait of Mrs. Cole to retiring President Cole and presents bowl to Mrs. Cole. XIII: 1-13.
      Proposed amendments to constitution. XIII: 2-20.
      Sponsors second Sabrina Special to London and Rome. XIV: 1-27.
      Meeting. XII: 1-15
      Officers XI: 1-8; XII: 1-15
      Nominees for officers. XIX: 4-17.
      Officers elected. XIX: 1-11.
      Nominees for officers. XVIII: 4-17.
      Officers. XVII: 1-18; XVIII: 1-28.
      Proposed amendment of the constitution. XVIII: 4-16.
      Officers. XV: 1-18.
      Sabrina Special. First-class charter flight to London and Paris. XV: 1-23.
      annual meeting of, Fall 1990, p. 3.
      Officers and Committees of, Winter 1995, p. 12.
      Winter 1996, p. 37.
      Summer 1996, p. 45.
      Summer 1997, p. 42.
      Summer 1998, p. 39.
      Summer 1999, p. 44.

Sociology and Religion, A Book of Readings. Norman Birnbaum, editor. XXII: 2-36

Soderbergh, Peter Andrew '50, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 91.
      book received, Spring 1977, p. 31.

Sofield, David R., appointed Samuel Williston Professor of English, Summer 1992, p. 43.
      book he edited is reviewed, Fall 1998, p. 34.
      Book review by, Fall 1996, p. 41.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 9.
      book received, Winter 2004, p. 38.
      promoted to full professor, Spring 1977, p. 5.
      Summer '77, p. 3.

Soja, Matthew J. '77, co-author of article published, Summer 1981, p. 17.

Soldier for the King: A Story of Amherst in America. John C. Long. VII: 1-29.

Soleau, John E. '46, Summer 2003, p. 95.

Soliday, David S. Jr. '49, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 97.

Solie, Prof. John, received research grant, Summer 1976, p. 20.

Soller, Theodore, article on his death, Spring 1994, p. 12.
      Retires. XX: 1-23.

Solt, John, book he translated and introduced is received, Spring 1996, p. 37.
      News of his activities, Fall 1996, p. 13.
      News of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 36.

Soltz, Robert '55, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 67.

Some Applications of Behavioural Research. Rensis Likert and Samuel P. Hayes, Jr. (Theodore Koester) X: 4-19.

Somin, Ilya '95, book received, Fall 1996, p. 44.

Sommer, Doris, book she co-edited is published, Fall 1991, p. 5.
      January internship program, Winter 1982, p. 2.
      Received grant, Spring 1982, p. 4.

Sommer, Piotr, article on, Winter 1988, p. 14.
      Letter from, Spring 1989, p. 35.

Songs for the Fifty-year Class. Willard L. Thorp. XXIII: 1-22.

Songs, top winners in song-writing competition, Summer 1987, p. 2.

Songs. IX: 3-12; X: 3-19.

Sons and Grandsons of Alumni. IV: 56 V: 2-59; VI: 2-8.

Sons of Alumni. Class of 1968. XVII: 2-25.

Sons of Alumni. II:60; III: 56. IX: 2-22; X; 2-18. XI: 1-10

Sons or grandsons in 1958. VII: 2-20.

Sonstroem, David '58. Rossetti and the Fair Lady. XXIII: 4-24.

Sooiology. Course being considered. XIX: 2-27.
       Introduoed to liberal arts course. XIX: 4-17.

Soper, Davison E. '65. Classical Field Theory. XXVIII: 4-30.

Sorabella, Jean L. '93, awarded Fulbright Teaching Assistantship, Summer 1993, p. 3.

Sorenson, Charles A., faculty honor, June '79, p. 16.
      tribute to retirement, Summer 2001, p. 9.

Sorenson, Ralph Z. '55. New President of Babson College XXVII: 2-6
      Society of the Alumni, Summer '77, p. 5.

Soskis, David A., M.D. '64, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.

Soule, Sherrod. II:13

Soule, William F. '26, obituary, Fall 1982, p. 70.

South Africa, trustees keep a stand on, Spring ‘78, p. 4.
      Investments in, Fall '77, p. 17.
      Spring '78, p. 6.
      Fall '78, p. 11.
      Withdrawal from, Summer '79, p. 10.
      Investment policy, Summer 1982, p. 4.
      Letter about, Fall 1982. p. 36.
      Letter about, Winter 1983, p. 26.
      Statement on investments, Fall 1985, p. 2.
      College to divest of $10 million, Winter 1985, p. 2.
      trustees vote to divest of all securities in companies doing business in S.A., Summer 1987, p. 4.

Southeastern Pennsylvania Development Fund. Job Loan Corporation. XX: 4-29.

Souther, John Wharton '40, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 77.

Soviet Image of the United States, The: A Study in Distortion. (Frederick C. Barghoorn.) III: 159

Soviet Russian Nationalism. Frederick C. Barghoorn. (Tom Whitney) IX: 1-31.

Soviet students, experience Amherst, Winter 1988, p. 3.

Soviet undergraduates, academic exchange for year-long study, Spring 1988, p. 2.

Soviet Union, article on, Winter 1980, p. 2.

Soviet Union, specialists examine changes in, Fall 1991, p. 6.

Soyinka, Wole, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1997, p. 14.

Soyster, Tom '74. Drawings for 1972 Alumni Fund drive. Cover XXIV: 4.

Space-Age Looks at Christian Beliefs, A. J. Alan Jenkins. XXII: 3-23.

Spaeth, Ted '74, article on, Spring 1988, p. 12.

Spain Yells 'Si,Si!' to U.S. Radio Show. Reprint of article on Morrill Cody. VII: 1-12.

Spanglish, First International Conference on, article on, Summer 2004, p. 5.

Spargo, John Elmo '32, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 64.

Spater, Thomas Clark '59, obituary, Fall 1998, p. 71.

Spatial Problems. X: 3-20.

Spaulding, Frank E. '89. One School Administrator' s Philosophy: His Development. (special chapter on Amherst College in the Eighties). V: 2-62.
      School Superintendent in Action. VIII: 3-30.

Spaulding, Jonathan '81, book received, Winter 1998, p. 35.

Spaulding, Philip Whitney '50, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 83.

Spaulding, Whit '50, book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.

Spear, Charles Fox '41, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 88.

Spear, Orlo Howland '24, obituary, Winter '78, p. 87

Spear, Russell Mayo '26. obituary, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 49.

Speck, Gregory '75, book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.
      book review by. Spring 1985, p. 28.

Speer, Richard Allan '50, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 89.

Spelling. article on, by Eugene S. Wilson '29, Fall '78. p. 22.

Spence, Warren A. '61, Winter 78, p. 76.

Spencer, Arthur Linwood '34, obituary, Winter '78, p. 87.

Spencer, Harold B. '19, obituary, Winter 1983, p. 59.

Spencer, Jack '59, book he edited received, Fall 1996, p. 43.

Spencer, James H. Jr. '52, letter from, Winter 1991-92, p. 29.

Spencer, Nelson P. '34, notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.

Spencer, Norman '60, letter from, Fall 1990, p. 39.

Spencer, Stacy L. '83, letter from, Winter 1991-92, p. 30.

Spero, C. Michael '58. received Medal for Eminent Service, Summer 1983, p. 20

Spero, Joan Edelman, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1997, p. 15.
      new trustee, Summer 1987, p. 5.
      Nominated to serve in the State Department as undersecretary for economic and agricultural affairs, Spring 1993, p. 4.

Sperry, Thomas Alexander, Jr. '46, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 75.

Sphinx Club Symposium. (Fraternities in a Liberal Arts College.) II:144

Spiegel, George '41, obituary, Winter 1998, p. 71.

Spiegel, Lawrence Alan '70, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 46.
      Amherst House at Doshisha. XX: 4-19.

Spies, Richard R. '67, new trustee, Summer 1992, p. 5.
      college costs, Spring '78. p. 15.
      Presented Distinguished Service Awards during Alumni Weekend, Fall 1982, p. 7.

Spink, Walter M. The Axis of Evil. XXVII: 4-30.

Spire, Richard Lee II '61, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 71.

Spire, The. Gerald Warner Brace. V: 2-62.

Spirit of Protestantism, The. Robert McAfee Brown. (Thayer A. Greene) XIV: 1-31.

Spirit of 'Seventy-Six, The. Henry Steele Commager and Richard B. Morris, editors. (Stuart Gerry Brown) XIX: 4-29.

Spirit, The, and the Holy Spirit. John B. Coburn. V: 3-106.

Spiro, Herbert J. Politics in Africa - Prospects South of the Sahara. XV: 1-32.
      and others. Patterns of Government: The Major Political Systems of Europe. (Second edition) XVI: 1-34.

Spivack, Eric D. '74, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 55.

Spoken Word, The. Edward S. Morse, editor. XXIII: 4-23.

Sports Page. (Stanley Woodward.) I:19

Sprague, Atherton Hall '20. Calculus. VI: 3-20.
      Retires. XIX: 1-30.
      obituary notice, Summer 1986, p. 6.

Spratford, Becky Siegel '97, book received, Spring 2004, p. 40.

Spratlan, Lewis, named Peter R. Pouncey Professor of Music, news of other activities, Fall 1998, p. 11.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 12.
      Winner of the 2000 Pulitzer Prize in music, Spring 2000, p. 3.
      works written by were performed, Fall 1990, p. 8.
      Major piece composed especially for the Lamont Project, Fall 1992, p. 9.
      faculty honor. June '79, p. 16.
      Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship, June '80. p. 8.
      Promoted to Professor of Music, Summer 1980, p. 8.
      Article on building a terpsiptomaton, Winter 1981, p. 18.
      Music introduced to opera producers, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 53.

Spratt, Adrian '76, letter from, Fall 1976, p. 30.

Spring, Justin '84, book is received, Fall 1988, p. 35.
      book is reviewed, Spring 2000, p. 31.

Spring, Royston Follmer '30, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 45.

Springer, Dale A., speaker of a colloquium at the Geological Society of America, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 54.

Sproul, Robert Bowden '69, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 80.

Staats, Robert '14. Obituary XXVII: 4-58.

Stacy, Philip H. '19, death notice, Spring 1998, p. 74.

Staelin, Charles, story on, June '79, p. 17.

Stafford, Irving Richard '32, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 50.

Stafford, Robert Ridgeway '45, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 79.

Stahl, Lesley R., awarded honorary degree, Summer 1997, p. 15.

Stahman, Arthur D. K. '14, obituary, Winter 1977, p. 80.

Stahr, Julius Edward '30, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 43.

Staley, Frederick James '46, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 52.

Stalin’s Russia: An Historical Reconsideration. Francis B. Randall. (Thomas P. Whitney) XVIII: 4-29.

Stall, B. Frank '36, death notice, Spring 1995, p. 66.

Staller, Natasha, story on, on her first-year seminar course, Fall 2001, p. 20.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 9.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 2003, p. 32.

Stamatiades, Flora '88, letter from, Winter 2003, p. 39.

Stamm, Frederick Henry '40, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 50.

Stamps. Neesima. III: 148
      Red China. III: 148

Standing Up to Life. Frank Halliday Ferris. VI: 3-19.

Stanford, Alfred Boller '21, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 42.

Stanford, Alfred. (Force Mulberry.) IV: 120

Stanford, John '45, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 66.

Stanitis, Joseph, promoted to athletic trainer in health services, Summer 1981, p. 13.

Stanley King of Amherst. Claude M. Fuess. VIII: 1-5, 2-2.

Stanton, John '52, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 55.

Staples, Sarah '80, story on, Winter 1983, p. 10.

Stark, Robert James Jr. '41, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 93.

Stark, Ruth E., awarded grant to support project, Summer 1981, p. 16.
      Awarded Cottrell College Science Grant, Spring 1982, p. 4.
      Awarded Trustee-Faculty Fellowship, awarded funding for research, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 54.
      Awarded grant, Winter 1984, p. 24.

Starkweather, George A. Jr. '45, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 68.

Starkweather, L. Williston '21, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 49.

Starr, Norton, professorship. Spring '78, p. 7.

State of the College, The. John William Ward. XXVI: 1-1.

Statt, Paul S. '78, article by, on firefighter Christian Hinojosa '00, Winter 2000, p. 8.
      Article by, on Dave Jauss '80, Spring 2000, p. 20.
      Book review by, Fall 2000, p. 37.
      Article by, on Robert Comeau '96, Summer 2001, p. 22.
      Article by, on Phil Simmons '80, Spring 2002, p. 16.
      Book review by, Fall 2002, p. 29.
      Article by, on Dan Shelton 81, Winter 2003, p. 20.
      Article by, on choosing a major, Winter 2004, p. 10.

Stauffer, David Hall ‘44, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 85.

Stavans, Ilan, books are published, Fall 1994, p. 8.
      Books received, Summer 1994, p. 44.
      Interview with, Fall 1995, p. 13.
      Books received, Fall 1995, p. 42.
      Book received, Fall 1996, p. 43.
      Included in article on Hopscotch, a new quarterly periodical focusing on Hispanic culture and politics, Winter 1997, p. 2.
      Awarded Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship, first issue of Hopscotch published, Fall 1998, p. 11.
      Book he edited received, Fall 1999, p. 39.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 41.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 9.
      Profiled in New York Times, Fall 2000, p. 9.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 9.
      Book received, Fall 2001, p. 36.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 2002, p. 36.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 9.
      News of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 9.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 2004, p. 38.

Steadman, Frederick W. Jr. '40, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 65.

Steadman, John, article by, Winter '78, p. 23.

Stearns Church, Winter 1982, p. 33.

Stearns, Alfred E. II:100; II:101

Stearns, Foster. Obituary. Albert W. Atwood. IX: 2-15.

Stearns, Malcolm Jr. '39, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 83.

Stearns, Warren C. '62, Winter '78, p. 76.
      Concepcion. Summer '79, p. 3.

Stearns, William F., Jr. '22, obituary, FalliWinter 1983-84, p. 48.

Stebbins, Henry Hamlin '33, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 49.

Stebbins, Howard Leslie '06, obituary, Summer '79, p. 82.

Stebbins, Thomas Ashley '42, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 96.

Steber, Raymond William '12, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 42.

Steel Foundation, U.S., Summer '78, p. 13.

Steele, Betty, computers at Amherst, Summer '78, p. 19.
      Promoted to director of the Academic Computer Center, Summer 1980, p. 7

Steele, Phil '66, book received, Winter 2004, p. 39.

Steenken, John Godfrey '24, obituary, June '80, p. 76.

Steere, Alan '56, Reunion Weekend, Summer 1981, p. 6.
      Received Distinguished Service Award, Fall 1981, p. 6.

Steere, Allan Warren '56, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 72.

Steere, John Webley '41, obituary, Fall '78, p. 67.

Steere, Thomas Ellwood Jr. '40, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 82.

Stein, Arlene '80, book is received, Spring 1997, p. 37.

Stein, Arthur Henry, Jr. '46, obituary, Fall 1981, p. 72.

Stein, Gertrude, article on, Spring 1995, p. 8.

Steinbrook, Robert L. '74, Summer '77, p. 6.

Steinbrugge, Edward D. Obituary XXVII: 3-92.

Steindl-Rast, David, baccalaureate address, Summer '79, p. 14.

Steinhardt, Allan Martin '35, obituary, June '80, p. 78.

Steinmayer, Otto '78, letter from, Summer 1981, p. 31.

Steketee, Richard W. '46, notice of death, Summer 2002, p. 91.

Stelling, Frank Palmer '13 Obituary XXVIII: 3-84.

Stender, Charles D. '62, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 52. 

Stephens, Kent, letter from, Summer 1995, p. 40.

Stern, Paul C. '64, books received, Summer 1996, p. 46.

Stern, Peter D. '59, obituary, Spring 2003, p. 9l.

Stern, Robert L. '53, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1988, p. 9.

Sterne, Emma Gelders. Blood Brothers: Four Men of Science. XII: 3-23

Stettner, Ted '95, letter from, Fall 1998, p. 41.

Stevens, David '44, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 91.

Stevens, George William '48, obituary, December '79, p. 72.

Stevens, Rufus LaCroix '20, obituary, Summer '77, p. 64.

Stevens, Wallace, The Achievement of: A Critical Anthology. Edited by Ashley Brown and Robert S. Haller. XV: 1-32.

Stevenson, Adlai E. Stuart Gerry Brown. XVIII: 3-47.
      Interviewed at Amherst. IX: 2-20.
      The Athens of Our Time. Will Russia or the United States earn the title? XIV: 1-2.

Stevenson, Albert North '28, obituary, December '79, p. 69.

Stevenson, David Austin '50, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 67.

Stevenson, Mark Andrew '71, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 69.
      Winter '78. p. 9.

Stevenson, Mark M. '72, death notice, Winter 1997, p. 68.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Lantern Bearer. A Life of Robert Louis Stevenson. James Playsted Wood. XVIII: 3-47.

Stewart Foster A. '62, letter from, Spring 1997, p. 38.
      Notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Stewart, William Cassell '48, obituary, Winter 1990, p. 48.

Stewart, Archibald Lachlan '35, obituary, Fall 1990, p. 64.

Stewart, Arthur Watrous '29, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 60.

Stewart, Charles Lyman, Jr. '50, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 50.
      Alumni fellow report. XXIII: 3-11.

Stewart, Emily '96, included in article on student entrepreneurs, Fall 1994, p. 30.

Stewart, Forrest William 23, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 49.

Stewart, Herman Van Dien '36, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 60.

Stewart, Horace S. , Jr. '41, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 54.

Stewart, James Angus '39, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 83.

Stewart, John '66. Reunion Weekend, Summer 1981, p. 6.

Stewart, Lewis Morton ‘13, obituary, Summer '79, p. 82.

Stewart, Robert T. '72, Summer '77. p. 28.

Stewart, William Thomas, Jr. '32. obituary, Fall 1984.

Sticking to Stamps. Thomas F. Whitbread. VII: 2-12.

Stickland, Walter R. '43, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 91.

Stifler, Claire Frierson, book review by, Winter 1983, p. 22.

Stifler, John '68, book review by, Spring 1988, p. 26.
      book review by, Spring 1996, p. 32.
      books reviewed by, June '80, p. 39, 40, 41, 43.
      Books reviewed by, Winter 1982, p. 25, 26, 28, 30.
      Books reviewed by, Spring 1982, p. 19, 21.
      Book review by, Summer 1982. p. 29.
      Book review by, Fall 1982, p. 34.
      Books reviewed by, Winter 1983. p 21.
      Reunion foot race, Summer 1983, p. 18.
      Books reviewed by, Summer 1983, p. 70, 71.
      Books reviewed by, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 64.
      Book review by, Spring 1984, p. 68-69.
      Book review by, Summer 1984, p. 67-69.
      Book review by, Fall 1984, p. 27-28.
      Book review by, Winter 1985, p. 27.

Stifler, Susan Reed. The Beginnings of a Century of Steam and Water Heating by the H. B. Smith Company. XV: 3-33.

Stifler, William Warren, Jr. '39, obituary, Spring 1988, p. 6.
      trustee biography, June '80, p. 17.

Stifler, William Warren. Obituary. VII: 3-6.

Stiglitz, Joseph E. '64, New trustee, Summer 2000, p. 3.
      awarded the 2001 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Science, Fall 2001, p. 4.
      Book is reviewed, Fall 2002, p. 29.
      named to the three-member Council of Economic Advisors under the Clinton Administration, Spring 1993, p. 4.
      Named full professor at Yale. XXIII: 3-29.

Stiles, Don Sharples '50, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 75.

Stiles, Meredith Newcomb, Jr. '44, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 74.

Still, Harold F. Jr. '44, awarded honorary degree, Summer 2002, p. 8.
      Obituary, Winter 2003, p. 92.
      chairman of the Executive Committee, Fall 1981, p.
      Received Distinguished Service Award, Fall 1982, p. 7.
      Planner of Philadelphia's Job Loan Corporation. XX: 4-29.

Stiller, William W., Jr. (Editor High-Speed Computing Devices.) IV: 19

Stillman, James Sydney '29, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 75.
      retires from Brigham Hospital, Winter 1977, p.
      Received honorary degree, Summer '79, p. 13.
      Reunion Weekend, Summer '79, p. 14.

Stillwell, Edward Courtenay Jr. '39, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 77.

Stimpson, Catharine, remarks by, at Marx's inauguration, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 17.

Stine, Patrick '63, letter from, Spring 1994, p. 44.

Stine, Peter '63, book he edited is received, Spring 1996, p. 37.

Stirn, Albert Louis '13, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 44.

Stirn, Bradley A. '72, named a trustee, December '79, p. 12.
      Biography, June '80, p. 16.
      Trustees meeting, Winter 1982, p. 4.

Stirn, Charles van Syckel, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 40.

Stisser, Frank G. '50, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 99.

Stith, Wilmer C. '11 Obituary XXVII: 1-56.

Stitt, Robert S. '50, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 54.

Stoa, Reconstruction of. IX: 2-25.

Stock market, and the College, Winter 1987, p. 3.

Stockbridge, Enos S. Chairman, Maryland Self-Survey Commission. X: 4-12.

Stockbridge, Henry Patton '39, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 90.

Stoever, William A. '62, book is received, Winter 1983, p. 23.

Stoker, Harry Bedling Jr. '52, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 91.

Stokes, Jerome Walter, appointed visiting director of admission for 1976-77 academic year, Summer 1976, p. 19.

Stoler, G. William III '46, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 79.

Stoltzfus, Ben '49, book is received, Spring 1981, p. 29.
      book is received, Summer 1997, p. 44.
      Book received, Spring 2003, p. 36.
      Alain Robbe-Grillet and the New French Novel. XVII: 1-43.
      Gide's Eagles. XXI: 4-26.

Stone Memorial Lectures. II:108

Stone, Chief Justice. - Memorial Stone. XII: 3-9

Stone, George L. Obituary XXVII: 3-87.

Stone, Harlan Fiske. Anecdote re Gates' Rebellion. XXI: 3-36.
      article on by Walter Gellhorn. XXVII: 1-16.
      Stone Dormitory dedicated. XIX: 1-31.

Stone, Harlan Fiske: Pillar of the Law. Alpheus Thomas Mason. (Walter Gellhorn) IX: 3-29.

Stone, I.F. Commencement Address. XXIII: 1-2.

Stone, John '55, book is received, Summer 1976, p. 33.
      Book is reviewed, Fall 1976, p. 28.

Stone, John Sydney '23, obituary, Summer 1980, p. 62.

Stone, Michael '72, book he co-translated received, Winter 1999, p. 40.

Stone, Nelson '13, obituary, Summer 1982, p. 69.

Stone, Robert R. '36, notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.

Stone, Robert. Dog Soldiers. Writer in Residence. XXVII: 4-29.

Stone, William Leete III '45, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 80.

Stone, William Morrell '11, obituary, Summer '79, p. 82.

Stopford, William '51, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 72.

Storage, article on policies, Winter 1994, p. 44.

Storm in April. Herbert R. Coursen, Jr. XXVI: 1-27.

Storms, Russell Perry '28, obituary, Spring 1990, p. 46.

Storrs, Richard Salter '1839', Spring 1981, p. 13.

Story of David Grayson, The. Frank Prentice Rand. (H.W.H.) XVII: 2-38.

Story of Mount Washington, The. F. Allen Burt. (Charles U. Hatch) XIV: 3-29.

Stott, Fred '40 and Nan. Everest: Coed. XXII: 1-8.

Stott, Frederic A. '40, article on, Spring 1996, p. 8.
      Letter from, Summer 1996, p. 48.
      letter from, Winter 1987, p. 40.

Stoudt, James W. '36, obituary, Winter 2003, p. 89.

Stout, Donald P. '45, notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.

Stout, Richard Bryant '28, obituary, Spring '78, p. 61.

Stowell, Frank Buzzo '32, obituary, Fall 1996, p. 78.

Strach, Edward Paul '76, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 90.

Stracher, Cameron '83, book is received, Winter 1997, p. 41.
      Book received, Spring 1999, p. 32.

Strahan, John W., editor. Resurrection, by Leo Tolstoy. The Maude translation. XVI: 2-30.

Strand, Robert R. '57, letter from, Summer 1987, p. 33.

Strang, Arthur Innis '37, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 76.

Stratton, Robert Walker '68, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 55.

Straus, Maurice B. Body Water in Man. X: 4-20.

Strauss, Maurice B. M.D. '24. Clinical Management of Renal Failure. VIII: 4-25.

Stray Notes, Some Musical. Henry G. Mishkin. XXVIII: 2-16.

Street, Sharon A. '95, received an Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship in Humanistic Studies, Summer 1995, p. 4.

Streeter, Arthur L. IV: 58

Streeter, Arthur Lyman '25, obituary, Winter '80, p. 93.

Streeter, Charles E. '29, notice of death, Spring 2000, p. 79.

Strickland, Walter R. '43, notice of death, Summer 2002, p. 91.

Stringer, David '64, article by, on retirements and reunions, Fall 1999, p. 25.

Stringer, John A. '73, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 124.

Strogatz, David '75, letter from, Summer 1989, p. 35.

Strohm, Paul '60, book is reviewed, Spring 1990, p. 29.
      book is reviewed, Summer 1999, p. 39.

Strohmeier, Daniel D. '32. The 1954 Bermuda Race. VII: 3-12.

Strohmeier, William D. Co-author. (Seaplane Flying and Operations.) I:66

Strong, Alden Newkirk '26, obituary, Winter '79, p. 89.

Strong, Langdon Davenport '29, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 53.

Strong, Stewart Marshall '32, obituary, Fall 1981, p. 70.

Strunsky, Robert '27, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 50.
      Obituary, Fall 1991, p. 50.

Stryker, Henry B. Jr., M.D. '41, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 90.

Stryker, Perrin '29, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 53.
      The Incomparable Salesmen. XX: 2-35.

Stuart, Edward Pittman '31, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 43.

Stuart, Gentry Warren '29, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 48.

Stuart, George Arthur '42, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 72.

Stuart, Gilbert.  Jefferson Portrait.  XII: 1-8 
      Portait of George Washington presented to college. IX: 3-20.

Stuart, Jan '77, article by, Spring 1998, p. 19.
      Book received, Summer 2001, p. 35.
      letter from, Winter 1986, p. 29.
      Letter from, Spring 1987, p. 31.

Stuart, Merritt Corbett '12, obituary, Summer '78, p. 67.

Student 1966, The. Seven Profiles. XVIII: 3-2,10.

Student Aid Plan, The. VII: 4-12.

Student awards, Spring 1999, p. 4.

Student Campaigns, A. Samuel I. Rosenberg. XXIII: 2-8.

Student Celebrates 80th Year. I:10

Student Committee Report on Faculty Life, The. Charles I. Bunting. Stoddard Lane III. XVII: 4-18.

Student Council. Travel grants. XV: 1-25.

Student Counseling. Haskell R. Coplin. V: 5-189.

Student Course Critique, The 1966. Michael C. Gallant. XIX: 2-12.

Student from Germany. II:109

Student Guide to Fellowships and Internships, The, Fall 1980, p. 7.

Student houses, new names, Fall 1984, p. 2-7.

Student Lamp, The: A Freshman Views the College. (Lewis J. Henshaw.) IV: 102

Student Life at Amherst. Reply to recommendations of Subcommittee to Study Student Life. Letters. John C. Long. XVIII: 1-43.
      Reply to John C. Long’s Letter concerning Faculty Report on Student Life. Letters. C. S. Sloss. XVIII: 2-34.

Student Life at Amherst: Comments on the Faculty Report. XVII: 4-14.

Student Life. A Report to The Committee on Educational Policy from The Subcommittee to Study Student Life. Special Issue, Winter 1965.

Student of 1965, The – Four Views. Calvin H. Plimpton. Clifford L. Lord. Henry T. Yost, Jr. Mary I. Bunting. XVIII: 1-2.

Students and Politics. (Earl Latham.) II:186

Student's Evaluation, A. (Problems of Inquiry: The Sooial Sciences) Harold Dash. XIX: 4-5.
      (Problems of Inquiry: The Humanities) James P. Parakilas. XX: 1-5.

Students, Black. Black Student and the Admission Office, The. Frank J. Greve. XX: 4-10.
      Reaction to assassination of Martin Luther King. XX: 4-23.

Students. Discipline. X: 2-16.
      Freshamn Plans. X: 2-18.
      Financial aid received. XVIII: 4-17.
      Lack of interest in clothes. Terras Irradient. XVIII: 2-inside f ront cover.
      Protests - serious and silly. XVII: 1-30.
      Larger voice in college affairs possibility. XIX: 1-28.
      Many receiving financial aid. XIX: 4-18.
       Summer 1966 activities. XIX: 3-10.
      Summer activities. XV: 2-28.

Studies in Cognitive Growth. Jerome S. Bruner, Rose R. Olver, and Patricia M. Greenfield. (Alexander W. Siegel) XIX: 4-31.

Studies in the Life and Works of Petrarch. Ernest Hatch Wilkins. VIII: 3-30.

Stuek, William Harper '32, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 80.

Stuff of Fiction, The. Gerald Warner Brace. XXII: 3-22.

Sturgis, William Abbott Jr. '38, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 72.
      notice of death, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.

Sturm, Henry Auguste, Jr. '34, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 55.

Stutzman, Frederic Henry '34, obituary, Spring 1982, p. 61.

Subrin, Prof. Elisabeth, teaching courses with Prof. Cameron, Fall 1998, p. 9.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 41.
      Film selected for 2000 Biennial Exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, Fall 2000, p. 9.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 9.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 8.

Success in College. Eugene S. Wilson. (Advice to Yale freshmen). VII: 2-10.

Sucsy, Robert W. '46, letter from, Winter 2001, p. 44.

Suffern (New York) High School. Five Amherst alumni currently on staff. XIII: 4-9.

Suggested Reading in the Fine Arts. Frank A. Trapp. X: 4-6.

Sullivan, David '00, article by, on social life at Amherst, Spring 1999, p. 23.

Sullivan, David Paul '36, obituary, Summer '79, p. 86.

Sullivan, Donald Normile '36, obituary, Summer 1980, p. 63.

Sullivan, Howard Edwards Jr. '49, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 51.

Sullivan, Joseph Francis '34, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 82.

Sullivan, Neil J. '88, received the Sphinx Club Spoon, Summer 1988, p. 21.
      Book review by, Spring 1989, p. 29.

Sullivan, Peter Ambrose '45, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 58.

Sullivan, Reverend Leon, statement on South Africa, Summer '77, p. 18.

Sullivan, Robert Joseph '43, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 68.

Sullivan, Tia Vall-Spinosa '88, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 76.

Sullivan, William B. '47, obituary, Fall 1984.

Sumida, Stephen H. '68, book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.
      Book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.

Summer 1966. XIX: 3-10.

Summer Conference Programs, Winter '78, p. 18.
      Elderhostel, Summer '78. p. 10.
      Winter 1980, p. 9.

Summer in a California Mental Hospital. (Summer 1966) Edwin Fisher, Jr. XIX: 3-13.

Summer in Japan, The. David Alan Laas. XIX: 3-22.

Summer Programs ASAP, ABC, SATP. XXII: 1-22; 2-23.

Summer Programs. XXVI: 1-23.
      XXVIII: 1-21.

Summer Tennis Camp. XXII: 3-28.

Summer with B & G, The. Robert H. Heidrich. V: 2-51.

Summer's Tale, A. (Gerald Warner Brace.) II:22

Sumpf, Charles Russell '10 Obituary XXVIII: 2-59.

Sun, Emily '93, received Mellon Fellowship, Summer 1993, p. 2.

Sundt, Melora '81, letter from, Summer 2004, p. 43.

“Sunset” Cox:  Irrepressible Democrat.  David Lindsey.  XII:  3-24 

Supergrow: Essays and Reports on Imagination in America. Benjamin DeMott. XXII': 2-34.

Surdna Foundation, Inc., grant to support Distinguished Professor Emeritus Lectureships, Summer '77, p. 23.

Survey, of Amherst alumni magazine, Fall 1998, p. 7.

Survey, on student attitudes, Fall 1986, p. 10.

Surviving the 70's. Benjamin DeMott. XXIII: 3-37.

Survivor. Poems by Herbert R Coursen. XXVIII: 2-24.

Sussman, George D. '64, book is received, Winter 1983, p. 23.
      letter from, Summer 1990, p. 28.

Sutherland, Donald '53, reunion, Summer '78, p. 8.

Sutherland, Richmond Mackay '38, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 63.

Sutherland, Sarah, appointed assistant to the dean of the faculty, Fall 1992, p. 7.

Sutton, William A., book he edited is reviewed, Fall 1976, p. 29.

Suydam, Coe Durland '30, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 89.

Suzuki, David T. '58, article on, Summer 1994, p. 17.
      awarded honorary degree, Fall 1989, p. 9.

Svetlov, Dmitry '86, "Living in freedom: Soviet emigre students at Amherst," Summer 1984, p. 14-16, 57.

Swain, Robert B. '76, obituary, December '79, p. 72.

Swainbank, John A. '37, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 112.

Swaine, Edward M. '39, obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 48.

Swalley, John Frederick '10, obituary, Winter 1977, p. 79.

Swallowtail, article on, Summer 1988, p. 12.

Swaney, John B. '66, letter from, Fall 1989, p. 28.

Swaney, Robert Morris '31, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 89.

Swanson, Compton Vick '43, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 58.

Swanson, Diana '82, received Mellon Fellowship in the Humanities, Summer 1984, p. 57.

Swanson, Maynard "Bill" '52, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 74.

Swanson, Robert E. '69, book is reviewed, Summer 1982, p. 29.

Swanston, William "Duke" '50, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 56.

Swasey, Henry Cleveland '15, obituary, Summer 1980, p. 61.

Sweeney, James B., Jr. '37, obituary, Summer 1983, p. 60.

Sweeney, Prof. Kevin M., news of his activities, Fall 1996, p. 13.
      Book received, Spring 2004, p. 40.
      Book he coauthored is reviewed, Summer 2004, p. 36.

Sweeney, Prof. Robert, appointed to the William R. Mead Professorship in Fine Arts, Fall 1994, p. 8. News of, Fall 2001, p. 40.
      paintings and drawings exhibited, Fall 1986, p. 8.
      Article by, on the education of a painter, Fall 1990, p. 11.
      Winter '78, p. 7.
      Faculty honor, June '79, p. 16.
      Promoted to associate professor, Summer 1980, p. 8.
      Works included in an exhibition, Summer 1981, p. 17.

Sweeny, Frank Porter '41, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 80.

Sweet, John Wood '88, book received, Spring 2004, p. 40.

Sweet, Waldo Earle '34, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 62.
      Latin: A Structural Approach. X: 4-19.

Swentor, George William '23, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 46.

Swieler, Wesley Hudson '27, obituary, Spring '78, p. 61.

Swift, Douglas '70. Linebacker for Miami Dolphins. XXIII: 2-23.
      leaves the Miami Dolphins, Summer 1976, p. 27.

Swift, Herbert Roland '23, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 34.

Swinnerton, Frederick George '39, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 53.

Switzer, Edward Montague '26, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 50.

Swope, John '60, Summer '77, p. 52.

Swssher, Peter N. '66. A Vietnam Diary. XXVIII: 4-31.

Sydenham, Edward A. '44. The Coinage of the Roman Empire. V: 4-161.

Sylvester, Gerald C. '30, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Sylvester, Howard Linwood '48, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 59.

Sylvester, Robert Peter '49, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 45.

Symington, Charles Julian '04, obituary, Fall '78, p. 63.

Symmes, Stephanie Ann '80, Mayo-Smith intern in admission, Summer 1980, p. 7.

Symon, Benjamin Goodall, Jr.: His Biogrephy and Letters. Lowell Russell Ditzen. XVI: 3-30.

Symons, John. The Student. 1966. Profile. XVIII: 3-15.

Symons, Julian, an Englishman at Amherst, Summer '77, p. 14.

Sypher, F. Wylie '27, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 38.
      author of book, Winter 1977, p. 27.
      Received honorary degree, Summer '77, p. 8.
      Four Stages of Renaissance Style. VII: 11-27.
      Comedy: “Laughter”, Henri Bergson; “And Essay on Comedy”, George Meredith. Introduction and Appendix. IX: 2-26.

Taber, William Russell '18, obituary, Spring 1990, p. 45.

Taft, Frederick L. '28, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 50.

Taft, Kingsley A. '25. Obituary. XXII: 4-32.
      Chief Justice, Supreme Court of the State of Ohio. XV: 3-17.

Taft, M. Barnes '57, letter from, Summer 1996, p. 48.

Takami, Morihiko C. '37, notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Takeuchi, Harumi '40. Emperor Hirohito's European Tour. XXIV: 3-4.

Takeyama, Lisa, news of her activities, Fall 1997, p. 36.

Talbot, Jones Harold '44, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 39.

Talcott, James Hart '56, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 46.

Talkative President, The: The Off-the-Record Press Conferences of Calvin Coolidge. Howard H. Quint and Robert E. Ferrell, editors. (H. W. H.) XVII: 2-38 .

Talty, Stephan '86, book received, Spring 2003, p. 33.

Tam, Maurita '01, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 102.

Tames, Sarah '81, letter from, Summer 2004, p. 40.

Tangley, Roy Herman '48, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 47.

Tank, Julia '83, Winter '79, p. 15.

Tannenbaum, Herbert Walter '57, obituary, Summer 1992, p. 53.

Tannous, David. A Short History of Walker Hall. XV: 4-7.

Tante Marie's French Kitchen. (Charlotte Turgeon.) I:19

"Tap," article on, Winter 1993, p. 6.

Tapia, Jorge '68, obituary, Fall 1996, p. 82.

Tapley, John Canfield Jr. '55, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 88.

Taplin Hall, new dorm, Fall 1980, p. 5.

Taplin, Franklin P. '41, book review by, Fall 1986, p. 35.

Taplin, Gardner B. The Life of Elizabeth Barrett Browning. X: 1-29.

Taplin, Gardner Blake '34, obituary, Spring 1983, p. 50.

Taplin, Harry Blake '02. new dorm named in memory of him, Fall 1980, p. 6.

Tapply, William G. '62, book is reviewed, Spring 1987, p. 23.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 1989, p. 32.
      Book is received, Fall 1988, p. 35.
      book review by, Spring 1995, p. 35.
      Book received, Winter 2001, p. 40.

Taradash, Michael M. '34, death notice, Winter 1999, p. 71.

Tarnopolsky, Noga '87, article by, on Farzam Arbab '64, Spring 1997, p. 22.
      Article on, Summer 2000, p. 21.

Tarnowski. Andrea '82, received Mellon Fellowship in the Humanities, Summer 1984, p. 57.

Tarr, Frederick Hamilton, Jr. '25, obituary, Spring 1977, p. 62.

Tarr, Paul M. '87, cartoonist for The Amherst Student, Spring 1987, p. 3.
      Letter from, Summer 1987, p. 35.

Tase, Donald Adrian '45, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 68.

Tasker, John Dana '25 Obituary XXVIII: 1-70.
      Goes from "Time" to "Look" and "Quick" V: 4-148. VI: 1-23.
      IV: 4

Tassel, Eric Van '61, letter from, Fall 1994, p. 42.
      Letter from, Fall 2002, p. 40.
      letter from, Summer 1989, p. 34.

Tate, Mercer D. '52, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 24.
      Obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 51.
      The Enlisted Man. VIII: 4-11.

Taubman, Jane A., jointly organized symposium on the poet Marina Tsvetaeva, Winter 1993, p. 3.
      Organized the Amherst International Tsvetaeva Symposium, Fall 1993, p. 11.
      paragraph on her recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 7.
      Book received, Fall 2000, p. 41.
      ILS program, Summer 1982, p. 20.

Taubman, William and Jane, article by, on Nina Andreyeva, Summer 1989, p. 8.

Taubman, Prof. William C., paragraph on his recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 10.
      Article on, on studies of the Soviet Union after the fall, Spring 1997, p. 5.
      News of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 36.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 41.
      Book he edited received, Summer 2000, p. 40.
      Book review by, Fall 2002, p. 32.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 2003, p. 31.
      Receives Pulitzer Prize, Spring 2004, p. 3.
      book review by, Winter 1986, p. 23.
      Attended conference sponsored by the Harvard Center for Science and International Affairs, Winter 1987, p. 5.
      Book he edited/translated is published, Fall 1991, p. 5.
      Included in article on changes in Soviet Union, Fall 1991, p. 6.
      Awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for the 1992-93 academic year, Summer 1992, p. 43.
      Numerous faculty achievements, Fall 1993, p. 11.
      news of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 9.
      panelist on McNeil-Lehrer program, Spring 1977, p. 5.
      Professorship, Spring '78, p. 7.
      Article by, on lying in the Soviet Union, Winter '80, p. 2.
      Reply to readers comments on 'Lying,' June '80, p. 37.
      Awarded Rockefeller Fellowship in the Humanities, Spring 1982, p. 4.
      Reunion weekend, Summer 1982, p. 5.
      Book is reviewed, Fall 1982, p. 32.
      Awarded research grant, research fellow, visiting scholar, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 54.
      The View from Lenin Hills: An American Student's Report on Soviet Youth in Ferment. XXI: 1-37.

Taunton. Joel '71, letter from, Fall 1984, p. 29.

Tawa, Wako, news of activities, Fall 1998, p. 11.
      Appointed Amherst's sixth Bruss Reader, Fall 2000, p. 9.

Tax Aspects of Gifts to Amherst. (revised.) Randolph S. Paul. VII: 3-22.

Taxation in the United States. Randolph E. Paul. VII: 1-29.

Taxing Those They Found Here: An Examination of the Tax Exempt Status of the American Indian. Jay Vincent White. XXV: 3-26.

Tayler, Edward W. '54, book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.

Tayler, Edward William. Nature and Art in Renaissance Literature. XVII: 3-35.

Taylor, Andrew L. '59, letter from, Fall 1991, p. 40.

Taylor, Bennett A. '51, remembrance of Summer 2004, p. 122.

Taylor, Charles George '39, obituary, Spring 2000, p. 84.

Taylor, Edgar Asahel Jr. '30, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 61.

Taylor, Edward Van Der Veer '27, obituary, Summer 1916, p. 70.

Taylor, Edward W. '54, book is received, Spring 1981, p. 29.

Taylor, George R. Coeditor Approaches to American Economic History. XXIV: 2-30.
      XVII: 4-2.
      Tribute to J. M. Clark. XVI: 3-26.
      and Neu, Irene D. The American Railroad Network, 1861-1890. IX: 2-26.
      tribute to, Spring 1977, p. 31.
      Obituary, Spring 1983, p. 4-5.
       (The Transportation Revolution, 1815-1860.) IV: 121

Taylor, Grosvenor Pierce '42, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 79.

Taylor, Harold. Former President of Sarah Lawrence lectures and meets with faculty and students. XVI: 3-16.

Taylor, Harry E. IV: 153

Taylor, Herbert William III '66, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 52.

Taylor, Howard Scattergood '14 Obituary XXVIII: 4-58.

Taylor, J. Gary '60, book he coauthored received, Summer 2004, p. 37.

Taylor, James Cochran '39, obituary, Fall 1981, p. 71.

Taylor, James Monroe II '35, obituary, Winter 1996, p. 76.

Taylor, John Edward '34, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 66.

Taylor, John H. '24, death notice, Winter 1995, p. 63.

Taylor, Kimber Ray '49, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 46.

Taylor, Leslie Lincoln, Jr. Antarctica in the International Geophysical Year. X: 3-7.

Taylor, Linda Davis, resigns as dean of admission, Spring 1989, p. 4.

Taylor, Luke J. '87, death notice, Fall 1998, p. 65.

Taylor, Paul Worden Jr. '48, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 93.

Taylor, Robert Campbell '70, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 36.

Taylor, Thomas Hewitt Jr. '57, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 70.

Taylor, Thomas K. '37, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 80.

Taylor, Wendy '88, book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.

Taylor, William Johnson III, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 49.

Teacher Is Worried, A. Walker Gibson. V: 3-108.

Teacher Training.  XII:  1-19 

Teacher, The College.  XI: 4-1 

Teachers of History. Essays in Honor of Laurence B. Packard. Stuart Hughes, ed. VII: 3-31.

Teaching at a Black College. Robert C. Townsend. XXIV: 2-14.

Teaching Conference. X: 3-21.
      G. Armour Craig. IX: 1-13.

Teaching Devices. Language laboratory established. XIII: 3-24.

Teaching of the Church Fathers, The. John R. Willis, S. J., editor. (John Pemberton) XX: 1-31.

Teaching Public Issues in the High School. Donald W. Oliver and James P. Shaver. XIX: 2-40.

Teaching, article on new procedures, Winter 1999, p. 2.

Teaching Experiments. X: 1-28

"Teaching for Real". Evans G. Valens, Jr. XXII: 4-9.

Tead, Donald Graves '03, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 67.

Tead, Donald Kerr '39, obituary, Summer 1996, p. 89.

Tead, Ordway '12. Character Building and Higher Education. VI: 1-20.
      (College Teaching and College Learning.) 1,18
      (Trustees, Teachers, Students: Their Role in Higher Education.) IV: 20
      The Climate of Learning: A Constructive Attack on Complacency in American Colleges. XI: 4-27

Teare, Christopher M. '80, letter from, Spring 2000, p. 37.
      Letter from, Summer 2004, p. 40.

Technology and Culture: An Anthology. Melvin Kranzberg, co-editor. XXV: 2-25.

Teele, Stanley '28. Named Dean of Harvard Graduate School of Business. VIII: 1-7.
      Alumni trustee. X: 1-21.
      New trustee. XVI: 1-22.
      New treasurer. XVI: 4-27.
      Obituary. XX: 1-16.
      The Memorial Address by Rev. Herbert Rhodes Smith. XX: 1-16.

Tehan, John Francis Jr. '44, obituary, Winter 2000, p. 85.

Teich, Louis Muller '40, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 47.

Teichgraber, Richard F. III '71, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.

Teichgraeber, Michael G. '75, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 126.

Teichgraeber, Richard F. III '71, book received, Fall 1995, p. 43.
      Article by, on John Moore, Spring 1996, p. 27.

Teitrick, Reed Becht '34, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 55.

Teiwes, Frederick C. '61, book received, Fall 1996, p. 43.

Teleki, Adrienne '90, included in article on the Boston Marathon, Summer 1988, p. 10.

Television in the Classroom. Rick Lee. XXI: 2-9.

Television Journalism. Its Progress and Problems. Dick Hubert. XXI: 2-5.

Television. IX: 2-25.

Temchin, Jacob L. '68, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 124.

Temeles, Ethan J., awarded Trustee-Faculty Fellowship, Fall 1998, p. 11.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 41.
      Included in article with his field assistant, Amanda Muir '01, doing their research on the purple-throated hummingbird in St. Lucia, Fall 2000, p. 10.
      News of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 9.

Temple, Donald Edward '17, obituary, Fall 1984.

Templeton, Richard Harkness '31, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 49.

Templeton. Jeff '85. named one of two Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III "Players of the Year,” Spring 1985, p. 20.

Tener, Frederick Stanley ‘35, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 75.

Tener, Hampden Evans III ‘54, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 100.

Tener, Hampden Frost '31, obituary. Fall 1985. p. 44.

Tenney, Bernard F. Oldest alumnus. XX: 4-43.

Tennis Camp, ad, Spring 1992, p. 19.

Tension in the Humanities. Henry Nash Smith. XXIV: 2-6.

Ten-Year view of the Class of 1959. Robert C. Birney. XX: 2-8.

Tepper, Herbert John '43, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 83.

Terdiman, Richard '63, letter from, Winter 1991-92, p. 29.

Terras Irradient. Inside front cover as follows: XIII; 3, 4; XIV: 1, 2, 3, 4. XV: 1, 2, 3, 4; XVI: 1, 2, 3: all inside front cover. XVII: 1,2,3,4; XVIII: 1,2,4-inside front cover, each issue. XIX: 1, 2, 3, 4; XX: 1, 2, 3, 4-Inside front cover, each issue.
      Summer '77. p. 22.
      Fall '77, p. 24.
      Spring '78, p. 33.
      Summer '78, p. 30.

Terrible Terrier, The, Edith Battles. illustrator Tom Funk. XXIV: 4-23.

Terry, Marshall, Jr. Old Liberty. XIV: 2-26.

Test of Loyalty: Daniel Ellsberg and the Rituals of Secret Government. Peter Schrag. XXVII: 2-24.

Tewell, Wendell Herbert 141, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 67.

Thacher, Henry Bangs. Obituary. V: 3-108.

Thaler, Malcolm S., M.D. '73, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.

Thaler, Seth Ulric '58, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 82.

Thalheimer, Louis B. '66, new trustee, Winter 1991-92, p. 4.
      ad on why he supports the endowment objectives of the Campaign for Amherst, Fall 1985. back cover.

Thalmann, William G. '65, book is reviewed, Fall 1986, p. 34.

"That Had to Be the Greatest." Marshall Schell. XXV: 3-22.

Thatcher, Philip '61, book received, Summer 2000, p. 40.
      Book received, Summer 2003, p. 36.
      Being Human. XXIV: 4-24.

Thayer, James Appleton '21, obituary, Winter '79, p. 88.

Thayer, Joseph H. '24, notice of death, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Thayer, Lucius Harrison II '49, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 46.

Thayer, Philip Standish Sr. '45, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 54.
      letter from, June '79, p. 30.

Thayer, Robert H. '22, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 49

The Story, article on, Winter 1994, p. 11.

Theater and Dance, Department of, new curriculum, Summer 1985, p. 6-7.

Theater and the Liberal Arts. Edwin B. Pettet. VIII: 4-6.

Theatre of Revolt, The. Robert Brustein. (Denis Johnston) XVII: 3-35

Theibert, P. Richard '45, book received, Spring 1977, p. 31.

Their Questions. The 144th Commencement Address. Mary I. Bunting. XVIII: 1-16.

Theismann, John A. '74, notice of death, Spring 2004, p. 111.

Theobald, Louis Cyrus '30, obituary, Winter 1982, p. 70.

Theological Approach to Art, A. Roger Hazelton. (Carl N. Schmalz) XX: 4-37.

Theophall, Sara, book review by, Winter 1997, p. 36.

Thermal Power from Nuclear Reactors. A. Stanley Thompson and Oliver E. Rodgers. VIII: 4-25.

Thesis, numbers drop, Winter 1997, p. 6.

Theta Xi Fraternity. Evaluation of Amherst Curriculum. VIII: 1-33.

Thewlis, Patrick Edward '69, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 45.

They Built Clipper Ships in Their Back Yard. Admont C. Clark. XVI: 2-30.

Thiboutot, Paul J ., appointed assistant dean of admission, Summer 1983. p. 1

Thies, Arthur Perry 151, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 92.

Thin Skin of Prestige, The. John J. McCloy. XIII: 3-9.

Things of This World. Richard Wilbur. (Rolfe Humphries) IX: 3-28.

Things That Matter. The Best Writings of Bishop Brent. (Edited with introduction by F. W. Kates.) II:116

Thinking Gap, The. William C. Wickenden. XXII: 3-10.

Third World Studies. inaugural remark on by JHG, December '79. p. 2.

Thirteen Amherst Athletes Named All-American. XXIII: 2-24.

This Exhilirating Game. Rolfe Humphries. XII: 1-10

This Is Advertising. James Playsted Wood. XXI: 3-26.

This We Believe. Walter F. Willcox. VII: 2-6.

Thomas McKean, Forgotten Leader of the Revolution. John H. Coleman XXVIII: 1-28.

Thomas Onetwo. Ernest M. Robson. XXIV: 1-29.

Thomas, Edward A. Jr. '74, notice of death, Fall 2002, p. 85.

Thomas, Frank M. Jr. '69, book received, Spring 2001, p. 37.

Thomas, Franklin Charles, Jr. '42, obituary, Summer 1982, p. 73.

Thomas, Henry Wolcott, Jr. '35, obituary, Winter '80, p. 95.

Thomas, John Baxton '24, obituary, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 49.

Thomas, John C. '49, letter from, Summer 1985, p. 32.

Thomas, John Montague, Jr. '41, obituary, Fall '77. p. 63.

Thomas, John Pearce Jr. '43, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 45.

Thomas, John Webster, Jr. '29, obituary. Summer '78, p. 69.

Thomas, Linda L., book review by, Summer 1996, p. 44.

Thomas, Morton Spicer '27 Obituary XXVIII: 3-86.

Thomas, Paul Smith '29, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 51.

Thomas, Richard L. '52, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 12l.

Thomas, Richard V. '46, obituary, Winter 1983, p. 63.

Thomas, Wright. Co-author. (Reading Prose.) IV: 208

Thompson, A. Stanley' 35. Thermal Power from Nuclear Reactors. VIII: 4-25.

Thompson, Commander Laurence '29, obituary, Fall 1984.

Thompson, Everett E. Noah Webster’s Journeys. IX: 4-10.

Thompson, Ford William Jr. '39, obituary, Winter 1987, p. 40.

Thompson, J. William '50, letter from, Fall 1990, p. 38.

Thompson, James Gilfillan, Jr. '31 Obituary XXVIII: 2-62.

Thompson, John Fulton '33, obituary, Summer 1992, p. 50.

Thompson, John Hatch '34, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 73.

Thompson, John M. '46. co-author Count Witte and the Tsarist Government in the 1905 Revolution. XXIV: 4-23.

Thompson, John William ‘38, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 81.

Thompson, Joseph O. '84. Obituary. VI: 3-15.

Thompson, Porter Wentworth '20, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 47.

Thompson, Randall. XII: 2-15

Thompson, Robert '79, letter from, Summer 2001, p. 40.

Thompson, Robert John '39, obituary, Winter '79, p. 91.

Thompson, Thomas B. '49, obituary, Spring 2003, p. 88.

Thompson, William H. '41, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 66.

Thompson, William Irwin, GTE Foundation lecturer, Winter 1987, p. 2.

Thompson, William J. Jr. '37, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 80.

Thompson, William Ladd '18, obituary, Summer '77, p. 64.

Thompson, William Ladd Jr. '44, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 76.

Thomson, James '92, book received, Winter 2001, p. 41.

Thomson, James C., Jr. Diplomatic Relations. (The Future of Sino­American Relations) XX: 4-6.

Thoreau, Henry D.: Early Essays and Miscellanies. Joseph J. Moldenhauer '56 ed. XXVIII: 4-30.

Thorne, John '65, book is reviewed, Spring 1988, p. 25.
      book received, Fall 2000, p. 42.
      Books received, Winter 1997, p. 41.
      Article on, Spring 2001, p. 8.

Thorne, Kirstin '93, sports section by, Summer 1994, p. 36.
      wrote sports section, Fall 1993, p. 32.
      Wrote sports section, Winter 1994, p. 30.
      Wrote sports section, Spring 1994, p. 32.

Thornton, Paul, included in article on MASSPIRG recycling program, Spring 1991, p. 7.

Thornton-Pett, Peter '72. Warwick Exchange Student. XXIII: 3-24.

Thoron, Joe '91, article by, on "What's Cooking at the Zoo?" Summer 2002, p. 20.

Thoron, Joseph B. '93 and Ha, Anne '93, book received, Summer 2000, p. 41.

Thoron, Joseph B. '93E, letter from, Summer 1994, p. 46.
      Book is received, Spring 1997, p. 37.
      Article by, on Noga Tarnopolsky '87, Summer 2000, p. 2l.
      Article by, on Wendy McCurdy '81, Spring 2001, p. 26.
      Article by, on Kannan Jagannathan, Robert Romer and the AJP, Summer 2001, p. 18.

Thorp, Leon '22, notice of death, Spring 2003, p. 82.

Thorp, Willard '20, included in article, Winter '79, p. 30.
      Book review by, Summer '79, p. 39.
      Honored at a dinner, Winter 1984, p. 24.
      Obituary, Summer 1992, p. 3.
      participated in a conference organized by Harvard Univ. and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Fall 1988, p. 18.
      Professorship to honor, Winter 1989, p. 5.
      Songs for the Fifty-year Class. XXIII: 1-22;
      The Reality of Foreign Aid. XXIII: 4-22.
      Trade, Aid, or What? VII: 3-30.
      Acting president. IX: 3-26.
      Trustee, Brandeis University. IX: 4-30.
      Named director Merrill School V: 1-13; V: 4-149.
      Portrait. XII: 1-25
      Retires from faculty. XVIII: 3-37.
      II:10; II:14

Three Bags Full: Essays in American Fiction. Philip Young. XXIV: 3-21.

Three Centuries of the Keator Family in America. Alfred D. Keator. VIII: 2-22.

Three Modernists: Alfred Loisy. George Tyrrell, William L. Sullivan. John Ratte. XXI: 1-36.

Three Years in Amherst House. (Otis Cary.) III: 103

Throckmorton, William R. '41, article by, Summer 1998, p. 29.
      Book received, Spring 2000, p. 33.

Throop, Andrian Westbrook '59, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 82.
      Towards a Sound National Petroleum Policy. XIII: 2-26.

Thurman, Robert A.F., book listed, Spring 1987, p. 24.

Thurman, Robert, book is reviewed, Spring 1999, p. 31.

Thursby, Irvin G. '35. Alumni fellow report. XXIII: 3-11.
      obituary, Summer 1993, p. 49.

Thurston, Bill, named Division III Coach of the Year, Summer 1980, p. 22.

Thurston, William E., cited in Sports Illustrated regarding the dangers of using aluminum bats in college sports, Fall 2000, p. 9.

Tibbals, Charles Nathan '33, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 52.

Tibbitts, Walter Grenville '29, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 42.

Tiel, George Bodeau '22, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 42.

Tiersky, Prof. Ronald S., book is published, Fall 1994, p. 8.
      Book received, Summer 1994, p. 44. Book is reviewed, Spring 1995, p. 34.
      News of his activities, Fall 1996, p. 13.
      News of his activities, Fall 1997, p. 36.
      Op-ed piece appears in New York Times, Fall 1998, p. 11.
      Book he edited is received, Spring 1999, p. 32.
      Faculty roundup, Fall 1999, p. 41.
      Visiting scholar at the New York University Center for European Studies, Fall 2000, p.9.
      Book is reviewed, Fall 2000, p. 37.
      Book received, Fall 2001, p. 36.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 10.
      News of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 9.

Tiersky, Ronald D., article is published, Summer 1992, p. 43.
      director of Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies Center, June '80, p. 9.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1985, p. 25.

Tilbor, Karen R., appointed associate dean of students, Summer 1983. p. 19.

Tilford, Ernest '29, letter from, Summer 2000, p. 43.

Tilles, Roy Erb Jr. '37, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 80.

Tilley, Laurence Edward '20, obituary, Spring 1999, p. 74.

Tilley, Mildred and Laurence '20, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 24.

Tilley, Peter M. Victim of freak accident. X: 1-18.

Tilton, Thomas A. '19, obituary, Spring 1983, p. 47.

Time in Mississippi, A. Fred L. Richardson. (Accord and Dissent) XVII: 2-15.

Time is Naught. (Merrill Bishop.) III: 119

Times Square. Carnival Crossroads: The Story of Times Square. W. G. Rogers and Mildred Weston. XIII: 1-25.

Tingley, Nathaniel R. '50, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 66.

Tinker Hill. II:60

Tinker, John Gilbert '40, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 100.

Tisdale, Eben Dawes '37, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 91.

Tisdale, Wright '36 Obituary XXVIII: 2-62.
      Elected a vice president, Ford Motor Company. XIV: 4-12.

Tisdall, Edward Thomas '46, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 88.

Tisdall, James M. '43, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 75.

Titon, Jeff Todd '65, book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.

Tittman, Eugene Charles, Jr. '46, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 40.

Titus, George L. '24, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 47.

Titus, Walter Franklin '48, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 54.

Tivnan, Edward '67, included in article on David Black '67, Spring 1995, p. 10.
      Book received, Fall 1995, p. 43.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 1996, p. 35.
      Book review by, Summer 1997, p. 41.

To Catch a Thief. XXIII: 3-25.

To Enhance Life. article on James Schramm '26. XXVIII: 2-12.

To Give Capitalism a Future. (Dexter M. Keezer.) II:199

To Meet the Need. Amherst Capital Program. John J. McCloy. XV: 2-14.

To Russia with Song -A Report on Amherst Glee Club's 1967 International Tour. Gary R. Ahlskog and Robert A. Ward. XX: 2-15.

Tobias Smollett Doctor of Men and Manners. (Lewis Mansfield Knapp.) II:65

Tobias Smollett: Bicentennial Essays Presented to Lewis M. Knapp. ['16] co­edited by George S. Rousseau. XXIV: 2-30.

Tobias, Sara '92, included in article on Amherst Women in Science, Spring 1992, p. 11.

Toby. Thomas '35, obituary, Winter '78, p. 88.

“Today and Tomorrow.” Walter Lippmann. XII: 4-16

"Today" show, visits the college to report on "Murder" course, Summer 1995, p. 13.

Todd, Mabel Loomis. Forest in her name given to College by daughter, Millicent Todd Bingham. XIV: 1-11.

Todd, Michael Jr. '51, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 96.

Todd, Richard '62, article by, Summer 1996, p. 20.
      Article by, on talk he delivered Alumni Weekend on English 1-2, Fall 1997, p. 24.
      Book review by, Fall 1998, p. 35.
      Book review by, Spring 2001, p. 33.
      Letter from, Spring 2002, p. 315.
      letter from, Winter 1987, p. 36.

Tolan, Tom '71, book received, Spring 2004, p. 40.

Toll, Charles Hansen. Obituary. XXV: 1-19.

Tolstoy, Leo. Resurrection. The Maude translation edited by John W. Strahan. XVI: 2-30.

Tomlinson, William B. '46, obituary, Winter 1983, p. 63.

Tommy-Martin, Yves. Tragic Death of XII: 3-13

Tompkins, Douglas Abram '26, obituary, Summer 1992, p. 49.

Tooker, Charles L. '37, obituary, Fall 1993, p. 61.

Tooker, Dr. Wilson Curtis '47, obituary, Fall 1976, p. 64.

Tooker, Robert Luce '51, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 50.

Topic in History I, A. XIII: 2-15.

Torem, Charles '35, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 65.

Totten, James Ballard '53, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 96.

Towards a Sound National Petroleum Policy. Adrian W. Throop. XIII: 2-26.

Tower, Robert Whitman '32, obituary, Fall '78, p. 66.

Towne, Dudley H. Wave Phenomena. XX: 1-34.
      An Introduction to College - "The Disclosure of Mystery". The Natural Sciences. XIII: 2-5.
      interdisciplinary freshman courses, December '79, p. 9.
      recognition of retirement, Summer 1997, p. 9.
      Article on his death, Winter 2003, p. 5.

Towner, Reginald Finch Jr. '54, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 69.

Towner, Robin '80, "An Amherst Theater in Vermont," December '79, p. 26.
      obituary, Winter 1988, p. 40.

Townsend , Richard Wheatley '31 Obituary XXVIII: 1-72.

Townsend, Kim, book is reviewed, Winter 1987, p. 29.

Townsend, Robert C. Teaching at a Black College. XXIV: 2-14.
      named Andrew W. Mellon Professor in the Humanities, Fall 1996, p. 13.
      Book is reviewed, Winter 1997, p. 35.

Track, being rebuilt, Spring 1990, p. 28.

Tracy, Ellsworth M. '30, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 63.

Tracy, Robert L. '34, letter from, Fall 1994, p. 44.
      Notice of death, Summer 2003, p. 89.

Tracy, William Bower Mitchell, Jr. '37, obituary, Spring 1981, p. 63.
      Obituary, Summer 1981, p. 74.

Trade, Aid, or What? Willard L. Thorp. VII: 3-30.

Tradition and an Anniversary, A. Henry M. Littlefield. XXI: 4-4.

Tragedy in the Desert. XII: 3-13

Tragedy of King Lear, The, by William Shakespeare. Edited by Louis B. Wright and Virginia L. Freund. IX: 4-35.

Tragedy of Othello, The, by William Shakespeare. Edited by Louis B. Wright and Virginia L. Freund. X: 2-24.

Trahan, Elizabeth W., read paper, Fall 1986, p. 8.
      Article she wrote is published, Fall 1991, p. 5.

Train service, returns to Amherst, Fall 1989, p. 6.

Train Wreck! Wesley S. Griswold. XXII: 3-22.

Trainor, George McCague '32, obituary, Fall '77, p. 63.

Tramontana, George Benedict '14, obituary, Summer 1980, p. 61.

Transcendental Meditation. Charles E. Breed. XXIV: 4-8.

Transfer of Learning. Edited by Robert F. Grose and Robert C. Birney. (L. Dodge Fernald, Jr.) XVI: 2-29.

Transfer Students. XVII: 2-28.

Transportation Revolution, The, 1815-1860. (George Rogers Taylor.) IV: 121

Transwhichics. Ernest M. Robson. XXIII: 3-36.

Trapp, Frank Anderson, included in article on British art exhibition, Winter 1988, p. 16.
      Reflections upon ending 20 years as director of Mead Art Museum, named Winifred L. Arms Professor in the Arts and Humanities, Fall 1989, p. 5.
      Retires, Summer 1992, p. 9.
      "Mead Art Museum honors Prof. Morgan," Winter 1981, p. 7.
      Article on Herbert Plimpton and the Plimpton Collection, Winter 1982, p.
      Suggested Reading in the Fine Arts. X: 4-6.
      The Attainment of Delacroix. XXIV: 2-31.

Traub, Russell Goodrich '56, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 98.

Trauscht-Van Horn, Jennifer '88, included in article on the Boston Marathon, Summer 1988, p. 10.

Traveling Summer Seminar. (Summer 1966) Stephen B. Cohen. XIX: 3-15.

Traver, Lewis William '29, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 53.

Treadway Trophy. IX: 2-21.

Treadwell, Warren Sybrandt '41, obituary, Summer 1980, p. 64.

Treasurers Report 1952-53. Paul D. Weathers. VI: 3-8.

Treasurers Report 1952-54. VII: 3-9.

Treat, Amos Sherman '22, obituary, Summer '78, p. 69.

Treatment of Market Power, The: Antitrust, Regulation, and Public Enterprise. William G. Shepherd '57. XXVIII.: 3-31.

Trees, George Spencer '37, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 91.

Trefzger, Wesley Eugene '50, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 67.

Tremaine, Harry Barnes '46, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 35.

Trembicki, Roman Leon '36, obituary, Winter 1981, p. 63.

Trenchard, George Ogden, Sr. '30, obituary, December '79. p. 69.

Trend Toward Science, A. X: 2-14.

Tressel, Martin Mansfield '50, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 94.

Trevethan, Robert Edwin '31, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 50.

Trigo, Benigno '84, book received, Fall 2000, p. 42.
      Book he edited received, Spring 2002, p. 34.

Tripp, Arthur Franklin, Jr. '32, obituary, Fall '78, p. 66.

Tripp, Dwight Kasson III '50, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 50.

Tritschler, David J. '72. The Commencement Address. XXV: 1-8.

Trivers, Robert, awarded honorary degree, Summer 2004, p. 5.

Troland, John '26, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 52.

Trotter, Jesse McLane, '31, book is received, Winter 1983, p. 22.
      Obituary, Summer 1983, p. 58.
      XI: 1-9
      Virginia Episcopal Theological Seminary. IX: 3-18.

Trouble with Elephants, The. Harvey Croze. XXIV: 1-11.

Trout, Charles H. '57, book is reviewed, Summer '77, p. 27.
      Photo of when Dean Wilson was honored when the new admission building was named, Spring 1981, p. 2.

True, E. Russell Jr. '27, notice of death, Summer 1999, p. 78.

Trull, George Irvine '32, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 46.

Truman and O’Connor Photograph. XII: 4-17

Truman, David B. '35, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 100.
      to retire as president of Mount Holyoke College, Spring 1977, p. 6.
      Guest speaker at inauguration of Peter R. Pouncey, Winter 1984, p. 2-4.
       (The Governmental Process.) IV: 65
      New president of Mount Holyoke, XXI: 3-19.
      The Dilemmas of an Unavoidable Confrontation. XXII: 4-2
      Elected alumni trustee. XX: 1-21.
      No.2 at Columbia. XX: 1-21.
      The Congressional Party. XII: 3-24
      New Dean (of Columbia) a Busy Man. XV: 3-17.

Truman, David R. '90, Fall 1997, p. 40.
      letter from, Winter 1990, p. 32.

Truman, Edwin M. '63, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1988, p. 10.
      book received, Spring 2004, p. 40.

Trust Thyself: A Life of Ralph Waldo Emerson for the Young Reader. James Playsted Wood. XVII: 2-39.

Trustee elections, panel reviews, Winter 1988, p. 2.

Trustees, An Informal Glimpse of the Amherst. Kendall B. DeBevoise. IX: 1-4.

Trustees, Board of, letter about, Fall 1980, p. 30.
      Established Energy Fund, Winter 1981, p. 2.
      Letter about electing a doctor to the Board, Winter 1981, p. 27.

Trustees, Teachers, Students: Their Role in Higher Education. (Ordway Tead.) IV: 20

Trustees.
      II:14; II:137
      III: 12; 151; 197
      IV: 7; 198
      L. Sumner Pruyne elected V: 1-3;
      Winthrop H. Smith named permanent V: 1-14;
      Albert S. Bard protests V: 3-111;
      North and South to be rebuilt V: 4-142, VI: 2-13;
      Herbarium given "on continuous loan" V: 4-153;
      50 year and over classes V: 5-193;
      Oliver B. Merrill elected Alumni Trustee VI: 1-2;
      Richard H. Gregory VI: 1-4;
      Tuition Increase VI: 3-12;
      Frederick S. Fales retires VI: 4-10.
      Coombs elected. VIII: 1-12.
      Board chairman, John J. McCloy. IX: 1-4.
      Membership and Committees. IX: 1-6.
      XI: 1-9
      J. Hill, K. DeBevoise XII: 1-20
      Washington picture XII: 4-19
      Alfred E. Friendly elected alumni trustee. XIV: 1-18.
      New members. XIII: 1-20.
      New Trustee Fraternity Proposal, by Arthur Davenport. XIII: 4-12.
      Oliver B. Merrill appointed life trustee. XIV: 4-17.
      Vote to increase enrollment when practicable. XIII: 3-24.
      New appointments. XVI: 1-22.
      Election reports. XVII: 1-18.
      New members, John A. Hill and Harry W. Knight. XVII: 1-32.
      Nominees. XVII: 4-80.
      Rt. Rev. George L. Cadigan elected. XVIII: 1-32.
      Walter Orr Roberts elected alumni trustee. XVII: 1-18.
      Alumni trustee, David B. Truman. XX: 1-21.
      Alumni trustee, George B. Beitzel. XIX: 1-28.
      Grant to Town of Amherst for Master Plan. XIX: 4-17.
      Life trustee, Howard O. Colgan, Jr. XIX: 3-26.
      Resignation of Frank L. Boyden. XIX: 2-27.
      Statement on fraternities. XIX: 2-22.
      Vote not to abolish fraternities. XIX: 1-31.
      XXI: 126; 2-17; 3-17; 4-15. XXII: 1-23; 2-24.
      William H. Hastie elected Life Member. XXI: 1-26.
      George L. Shinn elected alumni trustee. XXI: 1-26.
      Campus Meeting. XXI: 2-17. McCloy retires. XXI: 3-17.
      Oliver B. Merrill becomes Chairman of the Board. XXI: 3-17.
      Rescind Town Scholarships. XXI: 4-15.
      George E. Peterson Elected to the Board. XXII: 1-23
      W. Willard Wirtz elected to the Board. XXII: 2-24.
      William C. Liedtke, Jr. named to Board, John C. Esty alumni trustee. XXIII:1-2
      George L. Shinn named permanent trustee; Robert J. McKean and David L. Kirp elected alumni trustees. XXIII: 4-15.
      Publish limited edition of The Spoken Word. XXIII: 4-23.
      William H. Hastie retires as Chief Judge. XXIV: 1-26.
      Walter Gellhorn retires from Board. XXIV: 4-11.
      Nominees. XXIV: 4-13.
      Statement re Westover. XXV: 1-5.
      Paul E. Bragdon elected alumni trustee. XXV: 1-7.
      Investment Policy statement. XXV: 3-7.
      Tuition increase. XXV: 3-15; XXVI: 3-21.
      Co-education statements. XXV: 3-64, 4-12.
      Robert W. Carington, Gail Thain Parker, Theodore L. Cross. Named to the Board. XXVI: 1-20.
      List of Board Members. XXVI: 1-20.
      George Shinn named Chairman. XXVI: 3-20.
      William W. Stifler, Jr. elected by alumni XXVII: 1-2.
      William A. Davis, Jr. '63 named by Board XXVII: 1-2.
      Tuition Increase XXVII: 3-1.
      In the News. XXVIII: 2-6.
      Hastie Retires XXVIII: 3-1

Tryon, James Seymour II '48, obituary, Winter 1982, p. 72.

Tschumy, William Edward, Fall 1996, p. 77.

Tshibaka, Niki '99, included in article on campus tours, Summer 1999, p. 20.

Tucci, John '87, selected as a member of the GTE Academic All-America Team, college division, Spring 1987, p. 19.

Tucker, Ervin A. '23, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 78.

Tucker, Herbert F., Jr. '71, article by, on Pritchard, Summer '80, p. 27.
      Book is received, Winter 1983, p. 23.
      Letter from, Summer 1985, p. 32.
      book he co-edited is reviewed, Fall 1998, p. 34.
      book is reviewed, Fall 1988, p. 30.

Tucker, Robert G. '49, obituary, Winter 1983, p. 63.

Tucker, William G. '64, book is received, Winter 1983, p. 23.

Tudhope, James B. Jr. '55 Obituary XXVIII: 4-60.

Tufts, David Nickerson '40, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 95.

Tuit, Frank E. II '31, death notice, Fall 1999, p. 76.

Tuition Rises to $3400. XXI: 3-16.

Tuition Tax Credit. X: 3-16.

Tuition, Amherst joins prepaid plan, Winter 1995, p. 10.
      cost increase. June '79, p. 11.
      President discusses increase issues, Spring 1989, p. 3.
      Is increased 10.8 percent, Winter 1989, p. 6.
      Increase. XVIII: 1-32.
      Raised. XX: 3-19.
      XI: 3-19

Tulgan, Bruce '89, book is reviewed, Winter 1996, p. 36. Book received, Winter 2001, p. 41.

Tulgan, Henry '54, Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Summer 2004, inside back cover.

Tulin, Barak '95, letter from, Fall 1997, p. 40.

Turbes, Agnes A., P '93, letter from, Fall 1990, p. 38.

Turgeon, Charlotte, book review by, Spring 1990, p. 30.
      (Tante Marie's French Kitchen.) I:19
      Cooking for Many. XV: 4-26.

Turgeon, F. King. Honored. XII: 3-22
      Retires. XXII: 1-20.

Turgeon, Frederick King, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 11.

Turgeon, Sarah M., news of, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 9.

Turgeon, Thomas '64, "An Amherst Theater in Vermont," December '79, p. 26.
      book received, Spring 1998, p. 36.

Turkington, Carlton Elmer '32, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 54.

Turkington, Samuel Herbert '22, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 41.

Turnbull, Donald '33, letter , Winter '78, p. 32.
      obituary, Fall 1986, p. 45.

Turnburke, Charles Pell '50, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 71.

Turner, Admiral Stansfield '45, named to head CIA, Winter 1977, p. 18.

Turner, Earl A. '36, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 66.

Turner, James S. '39, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 116.

Turner, Norman Whittier '32, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 71.

Turner, Stansfield '41, received honorary degree at Commencement, Summer 1976, p. 7.

Turner, Warren E. '48, notice of death, Summer 2002, p. 91.

Turow, Scott '70, article on, Fall 1996, p. 23.
      Book received, Winter 2000, p. 35;
      New trustee, Summer 2002, p. 7.
      book is reviewed, Fall 1993, p. 36.
      book is reviewed, Fall '77, p. 31.
      ILS program, Summer 1982, p. 21.

Tustin, James F. '22, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 30.

Tutorial Work. Michael C. Behnke coordinates tutoring program in Springfield. XVII: 1-34.

Tutoring program by undergraduates in Holyoke, MA, Winter 1989, p. 2.

Tutors. Amherst and Mount Holyoke students helping school children in Holyoke. XVI: 3-17.

Tuttle, David F. Jr. '34, notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.

Tuttle, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford H. '52, Johnson Chapel Associate Profile ad, Winter 2003, inside back cover.

Twain, Mark, and The Guilded Age: The Book that Named an Era. Bryant Morey French. XVIII: 3-45.

Twentieth century Britain. Alfred F. Havighurst. (Reinhold A. Dorwort) XV: 2-37.

Twentieth-Century Spiritual Letters: An Introduction to Contemporary Prayer. John B. Coburn. (F. Bruce Morgan) XX: 4-40.

Twentyman, Douglas Keough '42, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 52.

Twichell, E. Chad '33, obituary, Spring 1996, p. 66.

Twichell, Proctor C. '37, death notice, Winter 1997, p. 68.

Two Connecticut Valley Mayors. XII: 4-17

Two Mornings at Nine. Chapel talks by John B. Coburn and Reuben A. Brower. V: 3-106.

Tylee, Clinton White, Jr. '36, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 44.

Tyler House, Fall 1984, p. 6-7.

Tyler, John Randolph '29, obituary, Winter 1994, p. 62.

Tyler, John R. '29, notice of death, Summer 2003, p. 89.

Tyler, Philip E. '30, death notice, Spring 1995, p. 66.

Tyler, Richard Dale Jr. '67, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 57.

Tyler, Sandra '85, book received, Fall 1995, p. 43.
      book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.

Tyler, William S. Chapter on Denominationalism, written in 1830, included in recent publication, The Colleges and the Public. XVI: 3-31.

Tyler, William Seymour '25 Obituary XXVIII: 4-59.

Tyson, Charles Wesley ("Wes") Jr. '57, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 78.

Tyson, J. B. Millard '37, obituary, Summer 1982, p. 72.

U. S. Government. Life with Uncle. XIX: 4-33.

U. S. Policy. (The Future of Sino-American Relations) Leonard C. Meeker. XX: 4-2.

U.S. News and World Report,
      Amherst ranked #1 in 1991 survey, Winter 1990, p. 2.
      Rankings, Fall 1992, p. 7.
      Amherst is top-ranked, Fall 1993, p. 3.
      Amherst identified as the best national liberal arts college in the country, Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 3-4.
      Amherst rated #1, Fall 1994, p. 4.
      Amherst ranked as the best liberal arts college in the country, Fall 1995, p. 2.
      College rankings, Fall 1996, p. 8.
      Amherst ranked #1 liberal arts college, Fall 1998, p. 6.
      Annual college rankings, Fall 2000, p. 4.

Uchimura and Neesima Scholarships. XII: 4-9

Uchimura, Danzo. Otis Cary. X: 1-12.

Uchimura, Kanzo '1887', article on, Spring 1977, p. 16.

Ueno, Naozo, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1980, p. 12.

Ulrey, Page '86, letter from, Winter 1986, p. 31.

Ulysses to Penelope. (E. Merrill Root.) IV: 121

UMASS Bus System Benefits Town and Colleges. Jordan Goodman. XXV: 4-16.

Umphrey, Martha M., news of her activities, Fall 1997, p. 36.

Undera Cheever. Rolfe Humphries. XII: 1-19

Underachiever Program. XII: 2-14

Undergraduate Chair, The
      Jim Warren. XXVII: 1-20,
      Carl (Toby) Oxholm. XXVII: 2-9, 3-7, 4-9; XXVIII: 1-15.
      Mike Butler. XXVIII: 2-11; 3-14.
      Peter E. Scheer. XXV: 2-15, 3-14, 4-14.
      James Warren. XXVI: 2-10, 3-24, 4-10.
      Ronald D. Varney. XXIII: 1-25; 2-19; 3-26.
      Kenneth Hoxsie. XXIV: 2-22; 3-16; 4-16.

Undergraduate View. XXI: 3-10, 4-7. XXII: 2-6.

Undergraduate, The: A New Yardstick. Robert C. Birney. XIV: 2-2.

Understanding Doomsday: A Guide to the Arms Race for Hawks, Doves and People. Thomas Gordon Plate. XXIII: 4-25.

Unique Contribution to International Relations: The Story of Wilton Park, A. Dexter Keezer. XXVI: 2-24.

United States Army in World War II, Buying Aircraft: Material Procurement for the Army Air Forces. United States Government Printing Office. XVIII: 3-47.

United States Government Printing Office. United States Army in World War II, Buying Aircraft: Material Procurement for the Army Air Forces. XVIII: 3-47.

United States Office of Education. History study grant. XVII: 2-31.

Un-Orwellian View of Russia, An. Burton Rubin. XIII: 3-16.

Updike, John, awarded honorary degree, Summer 1983, p. 18.
      Collection of works given to college, Summer 1985, p. 21.

Updike, Nancy '91, book review by, Fall 1995, p. 40.

Upright Citizens Brigade, article on, Summer 2000, p. 6.

Upton, Joel M., Amherst Alumni Holiday, Summer '77, p. 3.
      book is reviewed, Fall 1991, p. 32.

Urban, Anne '81, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 25.
      book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.

Uses of Stress, The. Calvin H. Plimpton. (The Student of 1965 – Four Views) XVIII: 1-3.

Utter, Henry Edwin '06. Obituary XXVIII: 3-84.

Utter, Wilfred Brown '19, obituary, Fall '78, p. 64.

Vail, Charles Conrady '22, obituary, Spring 1982, p. 57.

Vaill, Theodore '29, obituary, Winter 1977, p. 82.

Vale, Lawrence J. '81, book is received, Fall 1988, p. 35.
      Rhodes Scholarship, Spring 1982, p. 6.
      book received, Winter 2001, p. 41.
      Book received, Spring 2003, p. 33.

Valens, Evans Gladstone '41, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 57.
      The Attractive Universe: Gravity and the Shape of Space. XXII: 2-32.
      "Teaching for Real". XXII: 4-9.
      and G. T. Seaborg. Elements of the Universe. XI: 3-26
      Wingfin and Topple. XVI: 1-35.
      Me and Frumpet: An Adventure with Size and Science. X: 4-19.

Valentine, gets a facelift, Summer 1994, p. 2.
      Photos of newly renovated Dining Commons, Fall 1994, p. 11.

Valentine, Marshall Keppie '26, obituary, Fall 1980, p. 60.

Valentine, Richard H. '43, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 116.

Vallely, Wilfred F. Jr. '50, obituary, Winter 2003, p. 94.

Valley Marriages. Jordan Goodman. XXVI: 4-11.

Values in American Education. Theodore Brameld and Stanley Elam, editors. (Alexander A. Mackimmie, Jr.) XVII: 3-39.

Van Deusen, Glyndon G. The Jacksonian Era. XI: 4-27

Van Doren, Walter Dumont '38, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 53.

Van Dyk, Gerald J. '71, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 110.

Van Etten, Edwin Jan. Obituary. IX: 2-4.

Van Etten, Royal Cornelius '06, obituary, Fall 1980, p. 56.

Van Nostrand, A.D. '43, book is received, Fall 1997, p. 37.
      Everyman His Own Poet: Romantic Gospels in American Literature. XXI: 3-27.

Van Nostrand, Albert. The Denatured Novel. XIII: 3-32.

Van Nostrand, Morris Abbott Jr. '34, obituary, Winter 1996, p. 75.
      donations to Samuel French Collection, Winter 1984, p. 22.

Van Petersilge, Richard. Retires XXI: 2-28.

Van Riper, Anthony K. '51, notice of death, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.

Van Valey, William Donald '47, obituary, Summer 1985, p. 33.

Van Vleck, James Brackett '30, obituary, Summer 1983, p. 58.

Van Woert, John L. '33, book is received, Spring 1981, p. 28.
      Letter from, Winter 1983, p. 25.
      Lee Dutton '11, book is received, Spring 1981, p. 28.

Vanags, Intis '62, notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.

Vance, Eric H. '84, notice of death, Summer 2002, p. 91.

Vander Clute, Norman Roland '54, obituary, Winter 2001, p. 96.

Vanderbreggen, Cornelius. Becomes a Christian since leaving Amherst. Letters. XVIII: 4-27.

Varges, Gabe Shawn '79, book review by, Spring 1985, p. 25.

Varmus, Harold E. '61, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1984, p. 12.
      receives Nobel Prize in medicine, Winter 1989, p. 4.
      Wrote piece on science and the liberal arts for Prism magazine, Winter 1990, p. 21.
      Director of the National Institutes of Health, Winter 1994, p. 3.

Varney, Ronald '71, letter from, Winter 1986, p. 32.
      Book reviews by, Spring 1987, p. 23.

Varney, Ronald D. '71. The Undergraduate Chair. XXIII: 1-25, 2-19; 3-26.

Varnum, Robin, book is reviewed, Winter 1997, p. 39.

Vatican Council, The. Observer in Rome: A Protestant Report on the Vatican Council. Robert McAfee Brown. XVII: 2-36.
      The Vatican Council: Review and Prospect. Robert McAfee Brown. XVIII: 2-21.

Vaughan, Alden T. '50, book is reviewed, Fall 1992, p. 32.
      book is reviewed, Fall '77, p. 31.
      Article about, Spring 1985, p. 24.
      letter from, Fall 1996, p. 47.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 1996, p. 37.
      The Puritan Tradition in America: 1620-1730. XXV: 1-26.
      Perspectives on Early American History: Essays in Honor of Richard B. Morris. XXV: 4-20.
      American Genesis: Captain John Smith and the Founding of Virginia. XXVII: 3-31.

Vavasour, James Frederick John '28, obituary, Summer 1981, p. 72.

Veazie, Ola G. '25, obituary, Winter 1984, p. 30.

Veeder, Thomas Gordon '73, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 76.
      letter from, Winter 1986, p. 30.

Velleman, Daniel J., received award, Winter 1984, p. 24.
      paragraph on his recent activities, Fall 1995, p. 10.
      Received award, Fall 1996, p. 10.
      Book is received, Winter 1997, p. 41.
      Book received, Spring 2002., p. 33.
      News of, Fall 2002, p. 7.
      awarded grant, Fall 1986, p. 8.

Vendler, Helen, awarded honorary degree, Summer 2002, p. 8.

Vennema, Amy '83, included in article New York Cares, Winter 1989, p. 10.

Venture to Windward. Sumner C. Powell. (Walter A. Sedelow , Jr.) XI: 4-28

Verb in Guipuzcoan Basque, The. Herbert Pierrepont Houghton. IX: 1-32.

VERBATIM, new column on remarks from events at Amherst, Summer 1999, p. 8.
      Fall 1999, p. 12.
      Winter 2000, p. 5.
      Spring 2000, p. 5.
      Summer 2000, p. 7.
      Fall 2000, p. 5.
      Spring 2001, p. 5.
      Winter 2001, p. 5.
      Summer 2001, p. 5.
      Fall 2001, p. 8.
      Spring 2002, p. 7.
      Winter 2002, p. 7.
      Summer 2002, p. 10.
      Fall 2002, p. 7.
      Winter 2003, p. 4.
      Spring 2003, p. 4.
      Summer 2003, p. 4.
      Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 5.
      Spring 2004, p. 5.
      Winter 2004, p. 4.
      Summer 2004, p. 11.

Vermilya, Howard P. '19, obituary, Winter 1983, p. 59.

VerNooy, Stewart Anderson, Sr. '21, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 42.

Vertebrate Body, The. (Alfred S. Romer.) II:151

Very Wild Animal Stories. James Playsted Wood. XVIII: 2-47.

Vesterman, William '64, Fall '77, p. 50.
      Book is received, Spring 1981, p. 30.

Vichy Political Dilemma. Paul Farmer. VIII: 1-32.

Vickerman, Melville John '39, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 49.

Vickery, William McC. '57, associate director of major gifts, Winter 1987, p. 5.
      Promoted to director of development, Fall 1988, p. 6.
      Appointed assistant treasurer for business administration, Winter 1991-92, p. 5.
      Society of the Alumni, Summer '77, p. 5.
      Awarded honorary degree, Summer '79, p. 14.
      Class Reunion Weekend, Summer '80, p. 5.

Vidaver, Regina '92, included in article on Amherst Women in Science, Spring 1992, p. 11.

Viet Nam. Programs, Politics, and Plows. A Report on the USAID in Viet Nam. Richard I. Burnham. XIX: 1-13.

Vietnam and the (Alumni) Fund. Robert S. Denig. Letters. XX: 4-43.

Vietnam Diary, A. Petel N. Swisher. XXVIII: 4-31.

Vietnam War. M. D. in Vietnam, by Richard C. Wilson. Letters. XIX: 4-50.
      Protest demonstration pronounced success. XVIII: 4-15.
      Protests. Counterprotests. XVIII: 3-33.
      New England Coalition. XXII: 1-25.
      The Thinking Gap. William C. Wickenden. XXII: 3-10.
      March on Washington. XXII: 3-17.
      Crisis --Faculty resolution. XXII: 4-Cover II.

View from Lenin Hills: An American Student's Report on Soviet Youth in Ferment, The. William Taubman. XXI: 1-37.

View from Peking, The. (The Future of Sino-American Relations) Kenneth T. Young. XX: 4-8.

View of Century 21, A. Walter Orr Roberts. XXII: 4-29

Views of Sports. Stanley Woodward. XVI: 4-32.

Vigeland, Bonnie, book review by, Spring 1983, p. 61.

Vigeland, Carl, article by, on college costs, Spring '78, p. 2.
      Assistant secretary for public affairs, Spring '78, p. 6.
      Article by, on computers at Amherst, Summer '78, p. 19.
      Article by, on Amherst College Wildlife Sanctuary, Summer '78, p. 25.
      Article by, on Prof. George, Winter '79, p. 16.
      Article by, on baseball, June '79. p. 19.
      Book review by, December '79, p. 30.
      Book review by, December '79, p. 31.
      Article by, on Frederick Scholtz '52, Winter 1980, p. 14.
      Interview by, with Jim Hayford, Winter '80, p. 26.
      Book review by, Summer 1980, p. 27.
      Article by, on whaling, Fall 1980, p. 21.
      Promoted to associate secretary for public affairs, Spring 1981, p. 6.
      Article by, on Anthony Dias Blue, Spring 1981, p. 19.
      Article by, on chemistry in Converse with President Gibbs, Winter 1982, p. 14-17 & 31.
      Book review by, Winter 1982, p. 28.
      Book review by, Winter 1982, p. 31.
      Book review by, Summer 1982, p. 25.
      Book review by, Fall 1982, p. 35.
      Article by, on alumni and their lives, Winter 1983, p. 9-13 & 18-19.
      Article by, on Copeland fellows, Spring 1983, p. 14-15.
      Book review by, Spring 1984, p. 66-67.
      book review by, Spring 1996, p. 34.

Vigneault, Ray '50, letter from, Summer 1990, p. 30.

Viking Explorers, The. Frederick J. Pohl. (H. W. H.) XIX: 1-38.

Viking Settlements of North America, The. Frederick J. Pohl. XXIV: 4-23.

Vikings on Cape Cod, The. Frederick J. Pohl. X: 1-29.

Villa, Dana R, received a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for College Teachers for 1992-93, Summer 1992, p. 43.
      book he co-edited is received, Winter 1998, p. 35.

Village of Amherst, The - A Landmark of Light. Frank Prentice Rand (Claude M. Fuess) XI: 2-23

Vinokurov, Val '94, included in article on the art of translation, Summer 1999, p. 16.

Virden, Emerson Hart '19, obituary, Fall 1981, p. 68.

Virgil, Robert L. '29, death notice, Winter 1995, p. 63.

Virginia's Eastern Shore: A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties. Ralph T. Whitelaw. V: 1-19

Vishton, Peter, awarded Trustee-Faculty Fellowship, Fall 1998, p. 11.

Visit to Amherst's Homeland, A. John C. Long. VI: 4-11.

Visiting Scientists. III: 64

Visiting Secondary Schools. John B. Pendleton. XI: 4-12

Visual Arts, inaugural remarks on, by President Gibbs, December '79, p. 3.

Vitousek, Peter Morrison '71, received honorary degree, Summer 2003, p. 5.

Vitzthum, Richard C. '57, book is reviewed, June '79, p. 31.

Vivero, Edward Dean '80, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 73.

Vladeck, Steve '01, sports section by, Fall 1998, p. 30.
      Sports section by, Spring 2002, p. 24.

Vocational Choices. IX: 1-24.

Vocational Motives. XVI: 3-20.

Vogel, Jonathan, awarded fellowship by ACLS to support research, also recipient of Miner D. Crary Summer Fellowship, Summer 1989, p. 6.

Vogel, Paul, Leverett Bradley Trophy recipient.

Vogelius, Edmund L. '22, obituary, Winter 1982, p. 69.

Vogelius, J. Francis '19, obituary, Summer 1984, p. 48.

Voice Within: Reading and Writing Autobiography, The. Roger J. Porter and Howard R. Wolf XXVI: 1-27.

Voices from America’s Past. Richard B. Morris and James Woodress, editors. (H.W.H.) XVII: 2-36.

Voices in the Classroom: Public Schools and Public Attitudes. Peter Schrag. (Fred Hechinger) XVIII: 3-46.

Voices of the Class, Fall 1999, p. 5.

Vollmer, John Stuart '39, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 92.

Volpert, Barry S., Luce Scholar, Spring 1981, p. 31.

Volpert, Linda '84, career internship program, Summer 1982, p. 7.

vom Baur, F. Trowbridge '29, notice of death, Fall 2000, p. 88.

von Auw, Frederick William '30, obituary. Winter 1984. p. 32.

Von Frank, Albert J. '67, book is reviewed, Fall 1999, p. 36.
      book is reviewed, Spring 1987, p. 21. 

Von Stade, Philip R. '48, notice of death, Summer 2004, p. 114.

Von Unruh, Rudolph '50. obituary, Spring 1983, p. 52.

W1JRA, leaves the air, Summer 1988, p. 18.

wa Thiong'o, Ngugi, delivers lecture, Fall 1991, p. 2.

Waage, Sissel '91, book he edited received, Winter 2004, p. 37.

Wade, Alan '73, article by, on Shakespeare play by Amherst alumni, Fall 1992, p. 19.

Wade, Harold, Jr. '68. Black Men of Amherst. XXVIII: 4-31.
      Obituary XXVII: 1-61.

Wade, Peggy A. '90P, letter from, Spring 1988, p. 30.

Wadleigh, Ralph Eldredge '26, obituary, Winter 1997, p. 68.

Wadleigh, William Lincoln, Jr. '23, obituary, Fall 1991, p. 50.
      Obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 44.

Waggoner, Alan S., granted tenure, Winter 1977, p. 5.
      Promoted to full professor, Spring 1977, p. 5.
      Faculty honor, June '79, p. 16.
      Research grant awarded, June '80, p. 9.
      Received grant, Summer 1981, p. 16.
      Awarded grant, Spring 1982, p. 5.
      received research grant, Summer 1976, p. 20.

Wagman, Frederick Herbert '33, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 63.
      Vice-president, American Library Association. XV: 2-28.

Waite, Donald Cramer Jr. '35, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 74.

Waite, Helen E. Make A Joyful Sound. XIV: 4-26.

Wake of the Gods, The. H. Bruce Franklin. XVI: 1-35.

Wakelee, Heath '38, retired alumni business volunteer, Spring 1977, p. 21.

Walbridge, Robert Packard '36, obituary, Fall 2001, p. 87.

Wald, Patricia McGowan, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1988, p. 10.

Waldorf and Plaza dorms, article on, Fall 2002, p. 4.

Wales, Guilbert Quincy '35, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 44.

Wales. Henry W. III '82, "An Amherst Theater in Vermont," December '79, p. 26

Walgren, Eric '65, death notice, Fall 1998, p. 65.

Walgren, Eric Lee '62, obituary, Winter 1999, p. 79.

Walker Hall, Alterations. III: 154
      A Short History of. David Tannous. XV: 4-7.
      For Walker Hall, 1870-1963. Rolfe Humphries. XV: 4-10.
      Razed to make room for The Robert Frost Library. XVI: 2-21.

Walker, Brent Friend '47, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 45.

Walker, Charles R. Co-author with Robert H. Guest. The Man on the Assembly Line. V: 3-119.
      The Foreman on the Assembly Line. IX: 3-28.

Walker, Dan '82, winner of the Howard Hill Hossmann Award, Summer 1982, p. 23

Walker, Donald Albert '30, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 89.

Walker, Herbert M. '24, death notice, Spring 1995, p. 66.

Walker, James A. Arrests attention of police English class. IX: 2-13.

Walker, James Albert '39, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 46.

Walker, James Townsend '39, letter from, Summer 1995, p. 40.
      Obituary, Spring 2003, p. 85.

Walker, Jim '86, letter from, Winter 1988, p. 32.

Walker, Kevin '92, letter from, Spring 2002, p. 39.

Walker, Lloyd Russell '40, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 76.

Walker, Richard Howlett '23, obituary, Spring '78, p. 61.

Walker, Richard L. --See Seligman) XI: 1-23

Walker, Stuart Douglas, Jr. '37, obituary, Summer 1981, p. 74.

Walker, William Stearns '39, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 64.

Walking To Sleep: New Poems and Translations. Richard Wilbur. XXII: 1-36.

Wall Street Journal, article reprinted from, on 100th football game between Amherst and Williams, Winter 1985, p. 3.

Wall, Edward B. Associate Dean of Admission. XX: 4-25.
      elected member of A Better Chance, Winter 1977, p. 5.
      “A Case Against Allan Bakke," Fall '77, p. 20.
      Athletics and admission, Winter '79, p. 24.
      To provide college counseling, June '79, p. 14.
      Alumni report on admission policies and procedures, Fall 1980, p. 12-20.
      Black Alumni Weekend, Winter 1981, p. 2.
      Leaving the college, Winter 1982, p. 39.
      To serve on the Boston panel of the President's Commission on White House Fellowships, Spring 1982, p. 5.
      obituary, Winter 2004, p. 8.

Wallace, B. Alan '87, included in article on his visit to 1997 Mind and Life Dialogue invited by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Spring 1998, p. 5.

Wallace, David Foster '85, book is reviewed, Spring 1988, p. 24.
      Book received, Spring 1990, p. 30.
      Book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.
      book is reviewed, Summer 1996, p. 43.
      Book is reviewed, Summer 1997, p. 36.
      Interview with, Spring 1999, p. 10.
      Awarded honorary degree, Summer 1999, p. 11.
      Book is reviewed, Spring 2004, p. 37.

Wallace, Frank K. '39, Summer 2003, p. 93.

Wallace, Fred Lewis '61, obituary, Spring 1998, p. 84.

Wallace, Fred. Digest of Ford Foundation-sponsored research on "Can We Afford Peace?" XIV: 1-33.

Wallace, James D. '59, book is reviewed, Summer '79, p. 42.

Wallace, James D. '68, book is received, Fall 1988, p. 35.

Wallace, William V., Jr. '51, obituary, Fall 1984.

Waller, George M. '41, author of book. Winter 1977, p. 28.
      obituary, Winter 2004, p. 112.
      Samuel Vetch: Colonial Enterpriser. XII: 4-26
      Samuel Vetch: Colonial Enterpriser. XIII: 1-26.

Waller, Marguerite, received Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, Spring 1982, p. 5.

Walling, Hayden English '39, obituary, Fall 1981, p. 71.

Walls, Raymond Marcus, Jr. '53, obituary, Winter '80, p. 96.

Walsh, Birrell '65, book received, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 42.

Walsh, Diana Chapman, new trustee, Summer 1998, p. 3.
      Remarks by, at Marx's inauguration, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 17.

Walsh, James Pierre '40, obituary, Summer 1987, p. 45.
      notice of death, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 99.

Walsh, John Sylvester '20, obituary, June '79, p. 60.

Walter, Eugene J. Jr. '54, article by, on Dr. John Freeman '54, Summer 1997, p. 19.
      Book received, Spring 1998, p. 36.
      Book review by, Fall 2001, p. 34.
      Book review by, Fall 2002, p. 34.
      Book review by, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 40.
      Letter from, Summer 2004, p. 42.
      book is reviewed, Fall 1982, p. 34.

Walter, Jack '53, letter from, Spring 1977, p. 32.

Walters, Archie Leroy '25, obituary, Fall 1985, p. 43.

Walther, Frederick Peter Jr. '29, obituary, Summer 1996, p. 87.

Walton, Anne '81E, included in article on Amherst paleontologists, Fall 1999, p. 29.
      Letter from, Spring 2003, p. 39.
      letter from, Spring 1989, p. 30.

Walton, William Ralph '49, obituary, Winter 2002, p. 103.

Walz, Arnold L. '32, obituary, Spring 2004, p. 111.

Walz, Carl Adolph '30, obituary, Summer 1998, p. 82.

Walz, George Franz '29, obituary, Spring 1989, p. 43.

Walz, L. Humphrey '31, notice of death, Winter 2004, p. 110.
      received honorary degree, Summer 1981, p. 37.
      Middle East Reunions. XIV: 3-8.

WAMF. Covers election. V: 2-59.
      IX: 2-20.
      To go FM. VIII: 1-23; converts VIII: 2-20.

Wan, Helen C. '95, article by, on essay for which she won the G. Armour Craig Prize for Prose Composition, Fall 1995, p. 26.

Wandless, Charles Carvel '29, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 44.

Wang, William K. S. '67, book received, Fall 1996, p. 44.

Wanger, Eugene C. '55. From Amherst to Korea (article on Kids from Home). VII: 2-2.

War Memorial. IX: 4-16.

Ward, Clarence Scott '25, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 42.

Ward, Edwin St. John, 1900. (Alden H. Clark.) IV: 54

Ward, Frank, book review by, Spring 1999, p. 31.
      Book review by, Fall 2001, p. 37.

Ward, Harold Rathbun Jr. '39, obituary, Summer 1994, p. 64.

Ward, John William Charge to Seniors XXVIII: 1-4.
      Women at Amherst College XXVIII: 1-33.
      guest of William F. Buckley, Jr., Winter 1977, p. 5.
      Guest at Shaw University, Winter 1977, p. 13.
      Commencement, Summer '77, p. 2.
      Alumni Weekend, Summer '77, p. 3.
      Received honorary degree, Summer '77, p. 24.
      50th anniversary of the Lindbergh flight, Summer '77, p. 18.
      Letter on, Summer '77, p. 29.
      Convocation, Fall '77, p. 16.
      Charles Woolsey Cole '27, Winter '78, p. 2.
      Comment regarding Bakke case letter, Winter '78, p. 57.
      Heads state investigation, Spring '78, p. 11.
      Commencement and reunion, Spring '78, p. 6.
      Resignation, Fall '78. p. 1.
      Opening Convocation. Fall '78, p. 12.
      Resignation of, Winter '79, p. 10.
      Student demonstration. June '79, p. 6.
      Chairman of special commission, June '79, p. 14.
      Honorary member of the class of 1979, Summer '79, p. 11.
      An interview with, Summer '79, p. 25.
      Letter on, Summer '79, p. 38.
      Received honorary degree, Summer '79, p. 13.
      Interview, letters on, December '79, p. 33.
      Arrest at Westover, letter on, December '79, p. 33.
      Life after Amherst, Fall 1980, p. 9.
      Black Alumni Weekend, Winter 1981, p. 4.
      President of the American Council of Learned Societies, Fall 1981, p. 6.
      Article on his life and death, Fall 1985, p. 6-8.
      Opening Convocation Address, Fall 1976, p. 7.
      article on. XXIII: 3-1; Interview. XXIV: 1-1.
      Inaugural Address XXIV: 2-1.
      Commentary on Long Range Planning Report. XXIV: 2-47.
      reprint from New Yorker magazine XXIV: 4-10.
      Charge to the Seniors. XXV: 1-10.
      Statement re Westover. XXV: 2-10.
      Co-education recommended. XXV: 2-18.
      The State of the College. XXVI: 1-1.
      Reflection on Japan Trip. XXVI: 3-14.
      You Can Try Things On… Suggestions to the Class of 1969. XVIII: 2-25.
      Red, White, and Blue: Men, Books, and Ideas in American Culture. XXII: 1-37.

Ward, Michael J. '00, article by, "How I became an Amherst student," Spring 1997, p.25.
      Article by, on resident counselors, Spring 2000, p. 24.

Ward, Paul L. '33, book is received, Spring 1981, p. 29.

Ward, Paul Langdon. President, Sarah Lawrence College. XIII: 1-17.

Ward, Philip H. '35, obituary, Summer 2003, p. 91.

Ward, Philip J. '70. Fall '77, p. 54.

Ward, Robert A. '57, article by, on Robert Frost, Summer 1980, p. 14.
      Letter from, Spring 1981, p. 26.
      Reunion weekend, Summer 1982, p. 5.
      Letter from, Fall 1982, p. 37.
      obituary notice, Spring 1987, p. 4.
      Endowed fund in his memory, Summer 1988, p. 28.
      A Letter to the Undergraduates. XXIV: 1-25.
      Doggerel response to letter/poem. XXII: 1-22.
      Letter to all students. XXII: 2-Cover II.
      Exchange of letters re drug use. XXII: 2-25.
      Resigns to become headmaster of Williston-Northampton. XXV: 1-4.
      A Dean's Farewell. XXVI: 1-4.
      Appointed Assistant Dean. XIX: 1-34.
      Named Dean of students. XX: 4-31.

Ward, Robert T. '53, letter from, Winter 2001, p. 44.

Ward, Wendell Barker '32, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 79.

Ward, William Earl Dodge '06, obituary, Summer '77, p. 62.
      special citation delivered at his Seventieth Reunion, Summer 1976, p. 8.

Warde, Arthur William '24, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 47.

Wardell, Lewis Orlando Jr. '37, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 94.

Ware, Gilbert. book is reviewed Summer 1985, p. 25-28

Ware, Ronald Heribert '76, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 36.

Warne, Colston E. (Labor in Postwar America.) II:66
      Retires. XXII: 1-20.
      obituary, Fall 1987, p. 12.
      retired as Consumers Union president, June '80, p. 5.
      Awarded honorary degree, Summer 1980. p. 13.

Warner, Albert L. '24. Obituary. XXIII: 3-22.
      Amherst Reunion. (Poem) XX: 3-10.

Warner, Daniel '68, book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.
      books received, Fall 1995, p. 43.

Warner, John III '29, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 36.

Warner, Joseph Laiblin '34, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 71.

Warner, Joseph. (Of Class Reunions.) IV: 103

Warner, Nelson Melbourne '41, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 56.

Warner, Reuben Daniels '15, obituary, Spring 1983, p. 46.

Warner, Robert Kent '38, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 73.

Warner, William A. '37, obituary, Spring 1995, p. 68.

Warnke, Paul Culliton, awarded honorary degree, Fall 1985, p. 12.

Warnock, John '63, book received, Fall 1989, p. 32.
      Book received, Spring 1990, p. 30.
      For John Moore. XXV: 2-27.

Warren, Ferdinand E. – Pace-Setting Adopted Alumnus. IX: 4-29.

Warren, James '74. The Undergraduate Chair. XXVI: 2-10, 3-24, 4-10.

Warren, Jim. The Undergraduate Chair. XXVII: 1-20.

Warren, John Cushman '35, obituary, Spring 1997, p. 74.

Warren, Lynne Anderson '29, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 54.

Wartenberg, Thomas E. '71, book received, Winter 1991-92, p. 27.
      book is reviewed, Winter 2000, p. 33.

Washburn, Channing Hall '46, letter from, Winter 1997, p. 44.
      Obituary, Fall 1997, p. 80.

Washburn, John Henry '34, obituary, Fall 1984.

Washburn, Paul Carter '50, obituary, Summer 1999, p. 87.

Washburn, Thomas C. '53, letter from, Spring 2000, p. 35.
      Letter from, Winter 2001, p. 43.
      Letter from, Spring 2003, p. 38.
      letter from, Winter 1991-92, p. 30.

Washburn, William Crocker '18, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 46.

Washington Internes. IV: 204

Washington Internships. (Earl Latham.) IV: 105

Washington Visit. II:192

Washington, George. A portrait by Gilbert Stuart presented to college. IX: 3-20.

Wasik, Bill '96, article by, on alums and their careers in cyberspace, Fall 1997, p. 26.
      Article by, on Cullen Murphy's '74 comic strip "Prince Valiant," Spring 1998, p. 11.

Waskiewicz, Leon E. '46, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 94.

Wasserman, Lee Simon '35, obituary, Fall 1999, p. 77.

Wasserman, Sherri L. '81, book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.

Wasserstein, Wendy, awarded honorary degree, Summer 2000, p. 5.

Wasserstrom, Richard A. '57, received honorary degree, Summer 1982, p. 14.
      The Judicial Decision. XIV: 2-26.
      The Judicial Decision. XV: 4-25.

Wasson, David Atwood. Beyond Concord: Selected Writings of David Atwood Wasson. Charles H. Foster, editor. XVIII: 3-34.

Wastcoat, John Washburn '34, obituary, Summer 1997, p. 79.

Waterman, George William '51, obituary, Fall 1992, p. 57.

Waterman, Robert Herold '29, obituary, Summer 1996, p. 87.

Watkins, David Deats '34, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 61.
      Amherst Club President. XII: 2-13
      Amherst in New York. Part II. IX: 3-13.
      Amherst in New York. VII: 1-5.

Watkins, Edwin H. '46, Johnson Chapel Associate Profile, Winter 2002, inside back cover.

Watkins, Jesse M., Jr. Obituary XXVII: 3-89.

Watkins, John M. '79, letter from, Winter 1983, p. 27.

Watkins, Robert Morris '49, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 95.

Watkins, William A. '52, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 51.

Watson, George G., Jr. '54, reunion weekend, Summer '79, p. 14.

Watson, H. Ross '34, obituary, Summer 1989, p. 50.

Watson, Thomas J., Jr., awarded honorary degree, Fall 1985, p. 12.

Watt, Paul William '23, obituary, Winter 1988, p. 38.

Wattley, Thomas J., Jr. '75, assistant dean of students, Fall '77, p. 21.

Waugh, Joseph M. '66, obituary, Fall 1984.

Wave Phenomena. Dudley H. Towne. XX: 1-34.

Way Life Was, The: A Photographic Treasury from the American Past. Jeffrey Simpson. XXVII: 2-26.

Wayland-Smith, Ellen '89, article on Senior Honors project, Fall 1989, p. 10.

Wayne, Michael S. '69, book is reviewed, Summer 1991, p. 32.

Ways and Means of 500 Amherst Volunteers. XVI: 4-13.

Ways of Faith: An Introduction to Religion. James A. Martin, Jr. V: 5-200, VI: 1-21.

We Took to Cruising: From Maine to Florida Afloat. (Talbot and Jessica Hamlin.) IV: 65

Weathers, Eliot B. '44, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 97.

Weathers, Paul Dyess. '15. Obituary. XXIII: 2-15.
      Treasurers Report. 1952-53. VI: 3-8.
      Retires as Treasurer. XVII: 1-33.
      Retires in June. XVI: 4-11.

Weaver, Marvin, book review by, Winter 1995, p. 41.
      Book review by, Winter 1996, p. 33.

Weaver, Warren Jr. '44, book review by, Fall 1994, p. 41.
      Obituary, Spring 1997, p. 76.

Webb, Everett Stilson '24, obituary, June '80, p. 76.

Webb, Jean Francis '31. Roses from a Haunted Garden. XXIV: 3-21.
      book he edited is reviewed, Spring 1990, p. 29.
      Obituary, Winter 1991-92, p. 47.
      and Nancy Webb. Golden Feathers. VII: 3-31.
      reunion weekend, Summer 1981, p. 7.
      Carnavaron's Castle and The Craigshaw Curse. XXII: 3-23.

Webb, Nancy and Jean Francis. Kaiulani: Crown Princess of Hawaii. XV: 1-30.

Webb, Nancy and Jean Francis. The Hawaiian Islands: From Monarchy to Democracy. IX: 1-31.

Webb, Nancy, and Webb, Jean Francis. Will Shakespeare and His America. XVII: 4-30.

Webb, Paul '07, obituary, Summer 1976, p. 67.

Webbe, Gale D. '30, notice of death, Fall 2000, p. 88.
      The Night and Nothing. XVI: 4-33.
      (Stephen Cole). The Hell Of It. XIII: 1-25.

Webber, Alan '70, article on, Spring 1999, p. 19.

Webber, Robert T. '43, obituary, Fall '77, p. 64.

Webber, Stephen (Mrs.), President Gibbs' mother pictured, December '79, p. 6.

Weber, Fritz Carl '20, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 42.

Weber, Laurence Adna '28, obituary, Summer 1981, p. 72.

Weber, William Francis '29, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 49.

Website, new college, Fall 2000, p. 3.

Webster Biology Building, college to reallocate the use of space, Winter 1994, p.2.
      renovations to, Summer 1997, p. 2.

Webster Hall, article on improvements, Fall 1998, p. 4.

Webster, Henry DeF. '48, book he co-authored is reviewed, Winter 1993, p. 35.

Webster, James Brockway '40, obituary, Summer 1990, p. 48.

Webster, John B. '50, obituary, Summer 2002, p. 99.

Webster, John C. B. '57, book listed, Spring 1987, p. 24.
      Book received, Spring 1993, p. 39.

Webster, John P. '46, book is received, Summer 1997, p. 44.

Webster, Leslie T. Jr. '47, Summer 2003, inside back cover.
      letter from, Summer 1992, p. 42.
      received honorary degree, Summer 1982, p. 14.

Webster, Noah, portrait of, donated to Mead by Waldo Hutchins family, Spring 1991, p. 3.
      IX: 4-10.

Webster, Warren '25, death notice, Spring 1998, p. 74.

Webster, William H. '45, FBI, Winter '78, p. 8.
      Gave talk to the Harlan Fiske Stone Law Society, Summer 1981, p. 24-27 &
      Story on, Winter 1984, p. 11-13 & 21.
      Named to Appellate Court. XXVI: 2-7.

Wedge, Ernest Alphonse '35, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 47.

Weed, Hugh Hourston Craigie, Jr. '34, obituary, Summer 1991, p. 52.

Weed, Hugh H. C. Obituary. IX: 4-8.

Weed, Hugh. Room in Alumni House. XI: 1-9

Weeden, Charles Foster, Jr. '16, obituary, Summer 1983, p. 57.

Weeks, James Henry '47, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 40.

Weeks, John M. Jr., received one-year fellowship from the ACLS, Fall 1990, p. 9.

Weeks, Seth Low '26, obituary, Fall 1987, p. 47.

Weeks, Willard '51, ILS program, Summer 1982, p. 33.

Wegner, Mary-Ann Pouls '85, letter from, Summer 2004, p. 42.

Wehringer, Cameron Kingsley '46, letter from, Winter 1996, p. 38.
      Obituary, Fall 1997, p. 80.
      letter from, Winter 1991-92, p. 30.
      Arbitration: Precepts and Principles. XXI: 4-29.
      The Moon and Space Law. XXII: 3-13.
      When and How to Choose an Attorney. XXII: 4-29.

Weigel, Russell H., received funding from NSF for project, Fall 1988, p. 18.
      New dean of freshmen, Summer 1990, p. 4.
      ski team coach, Fall '78, p. 21.
      Faculty honor, June '79, p. 16.
      Article is published, Summer 1981, p. 17.
      Article by, on race relations on prime-time broadcasting, Fall 1981, p. 24-28 & 37.
      to head the Loomis Chaffee School, Spring 1996, p. 6.

Weil, Paul Gregory '29, obituary, Fall 1982. p. 71.

Weil, Robert H. '56, Honorary Marshal, Summer 1981, p. 19.
      Story on, Winter 1983, p. 12.

Weiller, Peter J. '56, alumni report on admission policies and procedures, Fall 1980, p. 12.
      Received Distinguished Service Award, Fall 1981, p. 6.
      Johnson Chapel Associate Profile, Spring 2002, inside back cover.
      Awarded Medal for Eminent Service, Summer 1999, p. 12.

Weinberger, Jane D., elected to the Board of Trustees, Fall 1981. p. 5.

Weinstein, Philip S. '67, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 124.

Weintraub, Edward Norman '48, obituary, Summer 1995, p. 75.

Weis, Frank Harold '24, obituary, Summer 1986, p. 43.

Weisbard, James M. '87, obituary, Winter 2004, p. 127.

Weisbecker, Walter, Jr. '39, obituary, Winter 1985, p. 34.

Weisfelder, Richard F. '60, book received, Summer 2000, p. 40.
      letter from, Fall 1980, p. 30.

Weiskel, Thomas F. '67, book is reviewed, Winter '78, p. 31.
      Obituary XXVII: 3-Cover III.

Weiss Fellow, Liudmila Petrushevskaya, at the Center for Russian Culture, Winter 1994, p. 8.

Weiss, Benjamin '95, designs Hubble study, Spring 1993, p. 5.

Weiss, David S. '85. awarded a Churchill Scholarship, Fall 1985, p. 9.

Weiss, Lowell '90, article by, on Lauren Lindberg '90, Fall 1992, p. 16.

Welch, David Charles '45, obituary, Fall 1997, p. 79.

Welch, George Wilbur '61, obituary, Fall 2000, p. 98.

Welch, Robert D. '45, death notice, Summer 1997, p. 78.

Welcome to Amherst. XIX: 2-15.

Weldon, James E. '54, obituary, Fall/Winter 2003-04, p. 109.

Weldon, James Michael '32, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 50.

Welfare and Planning: An Analysis of Capitalism Versus Socialism. Heinz Kohler. (Edwin M. Truman) XX: 1-33.

Well, The College, Winter 1980, p. 13.

Wellington, Parker '31, obituary, Spring 1984, p. 49.

Wells, David Field '29, obituary, Fall '78, p. 65.

Wells, Durbin H. '37, obituary, Spring 1985, p. 38.

Wells, Edgar Terry Jr. '52, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 66.

Wells, Edward Payson II '28, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 44.

Wells, Henry P. Major contributions to fly fishing. Teras Irradient. XVII: 4-inside front cover.

Wells, Henry Willis '17, obituary, Spring '78, p. 60.

Wells, Mayor Durbin H. XII: 4-17

Welsh, David '84, letter from, Fall 1989, p. 30.

Welsh, Jay Miller '34, obituary, Winter 1986, p. 37.

Welty, Louis Stanley '27, obituary, Summer 1988, p. 42.

Wemple, Wallace Jerome '28, obituary, Summer 1980, p. 63.

Wentz, Theodore Emory '53, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 75.

Wentzel, Alan '60, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 124.

Were They Ever Like Us? F. Curtis Canfield. XXVIII: 1-12

Werly, Glenn Louis, Jr. '49, Fall '77, p. 44.
      Obituary, Summer 1985, p. 33.

Werner, Frederic P. '54, Honorary Marshal, Summer '79, p. 14.
      letter from, Fall 1988, p. 32.

Wesby, Joseph Spencer Jr. '40, obituary, Winter 1998, p. 71.

Wessberg, Frank William '33, obituary, Fall 1982, p. 72.

Wessel, Herman M. ' 19, letter from, Summer 1983, p. 73.
      Letter from, Winter 1984, p. 36.
      Letter from, Spring 1985, p. 28.
      Letter from, Winter 1985, p. 32.

Wessel, Herman M. '19, obituary, Winter 1993, p. 58.

Wesson, Daniel Baird '40, obituary, Winter '79, p. 91.

West, Bradford Williams Jr. '53, obituary, Winter 1995, p. 69.

West, Bradford Williams, Sr. '23, obituary, Summer '79, p. 84.

West, Joseph Thomas '36, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 56.

West, Matthew Tilghman '37, obituary, Fall 1989, p. 56.

West, Tom '61, article on his designing a new computer (Part I), Fall 1981, cover picture & p. 8-13 & 38-41.
      Article on his designing a new computer (Part II), Winter 1982, p. 6-11 & 34-38.

West, Vincent '39, obituary, Summer 2001, p. 94.

Westberg, Dana B. '76. Easy Does It. XXVIII: 4-19.

Westcott, Peter Walter '60, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 51.

Westcott, Philip Spring '20, obituary, December '79, p. 67.

Westcott, Ralph W. '13, author of book, Winter 1977, p. 27.
      Obituary, Spring 1977, p. 60.

Westcott, Walter Uhler '31, obituary, Fall 1995, p. 69.

Westhoff, Frank H., co-author of article, Fall 1996, p. 42.
      News of, Fall 2001, p. 40.

Westover, President Ward's arrest at, letter on, December '79, p. 33.
      Reactions. XXV: 1-1;
      Trustee statement. XXV: 1-5;
      Campus Views. XXV: 2-10.
      Letters. XXV: 2-28.

Wetmore, Lansing Southworth '10, obituary, December '79. p. 65.

Wettermann, Tamara L. '84, letter from, Spring 1988, p. 29.

Wettick, Ralph Stanton '32, obituary, Winter 1989, p. 48.

Wexler, Richard '47, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 94.

Weyl, Thomas J. '51, obituary, Winter 1996, p. 80.

Weyland, Karin, news of Fall 2000, p. 44.

WFCR. Presented audio console by General Electric Company. XX: 1-25.
      Regular programs. XIV: 1-21.

Whalin, Donald B. '39, obituary, Summer 2003, p. 93.

Whaling, article on, Fall 1980, p. 21.

Wharton, Clifton R., Jr., commencement speaker, Summer 1983, p. 11 & 15.
      Received honorary degree, Summer 1983, p. 19-20.

What Amherst Is Not? An Amherst Student editorial. XVI: 1-5.

What Is A College Education? Charles W. Cole. VI: 4-10.

What Plant Is Green Crunchy and Grows A Foot in One Day? Karen Rothmyer. XXVIII: 1-25.

What Right Has This Man? XV: 4-33.

What the United States Can Do About India. Eustace Seligman. VIII: 4-25.

What’s Happened to Religion in the Colleges? David S. King. XVIII: 2-15.

Whedon, Daniel C. '38, obituary, Spring 2003, p. 84.

Wheeler, Donald Robert '33, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 48.

Wheeler, Harry Fairfield '18 Obituary XXVIII: 3-85.

Wheeler, Michael '65, book is received, Spring 1981. p. 30.
      No-Fault Divorce. XXVI: 4-30.

Wheeler, Ralph W. Hybridist. XI: 2-21

Wheeler, Scott '73, book review by, Winter 1989, p. 27.

Wheeler, Tim '64, article on, Summer 1995, p. 15.

Wheeler, Timothy '64, readers disagree about 'lying.' June '80, p. 36.

Wheelock, Dexter Crandall '39, obituary, Fall 1988, p. 55.

Wheelwright, Roger '31, obituary, Spring 1993, p. 50.

Whelan, Eugene F. Jr. '48, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 95.

Whelan, Robert Raymond '46, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 59.

When Americans Complain: Governmental Grievance Procedures. Walter Gellhorn. (Earl Latham) XIX: 4-28.

When and How to Choose an Attorney. Cameron Wehringer. XXII: 4-29.

When Corporations Go Public. Edited by Carlos L. Israels and George M. Duff, Jr. XIV: 4-26.

When I Was Jersey. James Playsted Wood. XX: 1-34.

When This You See Remember Me: Gertrude Stein in Person. Reprint. W. G. Rogers. XVII: 1-44.

When to Sell Stocks. Portfolio Liquidation: The Key to Superior Performance Without Stock Selection. Eric S. Emory. XXVI: 4-29.

Where the Boys Are. Recently published by two Amherst seniors. XVII: 4-21.

Whicher, George Frisbie ‘10, the origin of frisbees. Winter '79, p. 15.
      Obituary. VI: 4-4.
      Last Chapel Address VI: 4-5.
      American Studies Program. II:101
      The Goliard Poets: Translations. II:114
      Mornings at 8:50. III: 20
      Editor. Introduction to Poetry of The New England Renaissance. III: 119
      Poetry and Civilization: Essay by George Frisbie Whicher. Collected and edited by Harriet F.Whicher. VIII: 2-3.

Whicher, Harriet Fox. Poetry and Civilization: Essays by George Whicher. VIII: 1-5, 2-3.

Whicher, Stephen E., editor. Selections from Ralph Waldo Emerson. X: 4-19.

Whidden, Donald Strother '26, obituary, Spring 1977, p. 62.

Whipple, Harry Owens '38, obitpary, Summer '78, p. 71.

Whitaker, Jack Field '32, obituary, Summer 1993, p. 48.

Whitaker, Sidney Hopkins '22, obituary, Spring 1982, p. 57.

Whitaker, Winthrop '24, obituary, Fall 1981, p. 68.

Whitbread, Thomas B. Four Infinitives. XVII: 4-30.
      editor. Seven Contemporary Authors: Essays on Cozzens, Miller, West, Golding, Heller, Albee, and Powers. XVIII: 4-31.

Whitbread, Thomas Francis '30, obituary, Spring 1988, p. 40.
      Sticking to Stamps. VII: 2-12.

Whitcomb, Ernest M. Obituary XXVII: 3-17.

Whitcomb, Harry E. Letter in re XI: 4-29

Whitcomb, Henry Dowling '19, obituary, Spring 1987, p. 41.

Whitcomb, John Faulkner '50, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 95.

Whitcomb, Sara, "Older Students at Amherst," Fall/Winter 1983-84, p. 10.
      "The Belle of Amherst," Winter 1985, p. 9.

White House Fellows. XVII: 2-39.

White House. Amherst and the White House Library. John B. O'Brien. XVI: 2-26, 3-29.

White, Arthur P. '16, notice of death, Summer 2000, p. 82.

White, Carter '20, obituary, Winter '80, p. 93.

White, Donald O., faculty honor, June '80. p. 9.
      retires, Summer 1999, p. 6.

White, G. Edward '63, book is received, Spring 1981, p. 30.
      book is reviewed, Summer 1976, p. 32.
      book received, Winter 20Gl, p. 40.
      The Eastern Establishment and the Western Experience: The West of Frederic Remington, Theodore Roosevelt, and Owen Wister. XX: 4-39.

White, Heath Edgar '08 Obituary XXVIII: 4-58.

White, Homer Orson '42, obituary, Fall 1986, p. 46.

White, Hosea DeWitt, Jr. '48, obituary, Winter 1982, p. 72.

White, James Boyd '60, book is received, Winter 1984, p. 34.
      book is reviewed, Summer 2002, p. 39.
      The Legal Imagination: Studies in the Nature of Legal and Expression. XXVI: 3-28.

White, James Hunter '50, obituary, Spring 2001, p. 95.

White, James J. '56, letter from, Summer 1994, p. 47.

White, James Platt Jr. '42, obituary, Spring 1992, p. 57.

White, Jay Vincent '67. Taxing Those They Found Here: An Examination of the American Indian. XXV: 3-26.

White, John F. '67, obituary, Spring 1994, p. 67.

White, John M. '44, remembrance of, Summer 2004, p. 118.

White, John W. '34, obituary, Fall 2002, p. 86.

White, Mistress Jean. One Maie Learne, Yet Withal Be Merry at Folger. XIV: 3-16.

White, Robert Rombout, Jr. '19, obituary, Winter 1982, p. 69.

White, William Murdoch '26, obituary, Spring 1991, p. 46.

Whitehead, John C., awarded honorary degree, Summer 1993, p. 12.

Whitehead, John Fra