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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library

Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts is located in northwestern Massachusetts and is the public liberal arts college of the state university system. The Eugene L. Freel Library Special Collections includes both the college archives and the Hoosac Valley Collection for Local History. Funding in support of the preservation of and access to the materials in these collections is provided in part by the Hardman Library Grant.



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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topics: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks, North Adams State College--Yearbooks
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams State College
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topics: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks, North Adams State College--Yearbooks
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams State College
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topics: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks, North Adams State College--Yearbooks
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams State College
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Sprague Electric Co.
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The Sprague Electric Company moved to North Adams in 1930 and for a time was the largest single employer in the city. At its peak, Sprague Electric employed over 12,000 people worldwide, including over 4,000 at its North Adams facilities. With a population of just under 20,000, North Adams became a "company town,"  and, for many years, the company promoted the idea of a Sprague family of workers through the sponsorship of a variety of social activities.  In 1938 the company began...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams State College
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topics: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks, North Adams State College--Yearbooks
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams State College
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams State College
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams State College
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams State College
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Sprague Electric Co.
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The Sprague Electric Company moved to North Adams in 1930 and for a time was the largest single employer in the city. At its peak, Sprague Electric employed over 12,000 people worldwide, including over 4,000 at its North Adams facilities. With a population of just under 20,000, North Adams became a "company town,"  and, for many years, the company promoted the idea of a Sprague family of workers through the sponsorship of a variety of social activities.  In 1938 the company began...
Topics: Sprague Electric, Company Newsletters, North Adams Massachusetts
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topic: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams State College
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams State College
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topics: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks, North Adams State College--Yearbooks
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Sprague Electric Co.
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The Sprague Electric Company moved to North Adams in 1930 and for a time was the largest single employer in the city. At its peak, Sprague Electric employed over 12,000 people worldwide, including over 4,000 at its North Adams facilities. With a population of just under 20,000, North Adams became a "company town,"  and, for many years, the company promoted the idea of a Sprague family of workers through the sponsorship of a variety of social activities.  In 1938 the company began...
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The North Adams Normal School was founded in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911. Yearbooks were published under the following titles: The Taconian 1911,1934; The Normalogue 1912-1921,1925-1931;The Axis - Senior Number 1922-1924; Panorama 1933; The Cuesta 1936; The Beacon - Commencement Number 1937; Nisatin 1938; Who's Who of 1939; Stacey...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Sprague Electric Co.
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The Sprague Electric Company moved to North Adams in 1930 and for a time was the largest single employer in the city. At its peak, Sprague Electric employed over 12,000 people worldwide, including over 4,000 at its North Adams facilities. With a population of just under 20,000, North Adams became a "company town,"  and, for many years, the company promoted the idea of a Sprague family of workers through the sponsorship of a variety of social activities.  In 1938 the company began...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Sprague Electric Co.
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The Sprague Electric Company moved to North Adams in 1930 and for a time was the largest single employer in the city. At its peak, Sprague Electric employed over 12,000 people worldwide, including over 4,000 at its North Adams facilities. With a population of just under 20,000, North Adams became a "company town,"  and, for many years, the company promoted the idea of a Sprague family of workers through the sponsorship of a variety of social activities.  In 1938 the company began...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams State College
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams State College
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topics: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks, North Adams State College--Yearbooks
The Eugene L. Freel Library, at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, contains both the college archives and the Hoosac Valley Collection for Local History. Funding in support of the preservation of and access to the materials in these collections is provided in part by the Hardman Library Grant. For additional information regarding this item, contact the Eugene L. Freel Library, MCLA, 375 Church St., North Adams, MA  01247
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams State College
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by State Teachers College at North Adams
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams State College
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Sprague Electric Co.
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The Sprague Electric Company moved to North Adams in 1930 and for a time was the largest single employer in the city. At its peak, Sprague Electric employed over 12,000 people worldwide, including over 4,000 at its North Adams facilities. With a population of just under 20,000, North Adams became a "company town,"  and, for many years, the company promoted the idea of a Sprague family of workers through the sponsorship of a variety of social activities.  In 1938 the company began...
Topics: Sprague Electric, Company Newsletters, North Adams Massachusetts
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams State College
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topics: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks, North Adams State College--Yearbooks
The Mind's Eye, a journal of scholarly and creative work, has been published annually by Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts since 1997. While emphasizing articles of scholarly merit, The Mind's Eye focuses on a general communication of ideas of interest to a liberal arts college. The Mind's Eye was also published by North Adams State College between January 1977 and March 1977 as The Mind's Eye: A Review of the Press, in April and May 1977 as The Mind's Eye: Reviews and Comment and from...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Sprague Electric Co.
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The Sprague Electric Company moved to North Adams in 1930 and for a time was the largest single employer in the city. At its peak, Sprague Electric employed over 12,000 people worldwide, including over 4,000 at its North Adams facilities. With a population of just under 20,000, North Adams became a "company town,"  and, for many years, the company promoted the idea of a Sprague family of workers through the sponsorship of a variety of social activities.  In 1938 the company began...
Topics: Sprague Electric, Company Newsletters, North Adams Massachusetts
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Sprague Electric Co.
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The Sprague Electric Company moved to North Adams in 1930 and for a time was the largest single employer in the city. At its peak, Sprague Electric employed over 12,000 people worldwide, including over 4,000 at its North Adams facilities. With a population of just under 20,000, North Adams became a "company town,"  and, for many years, the company promoted the idea of a Sprague family of workers through the sponsorship of a variety of social activities.  In 1938 the company began...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Sprague Electric Co.
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The Sprague Electric Company moved to North Adams in 1930 and for a time was the largest single employer in the city. At its peak, Sprague Electric employed over 12,000 people worldwide, including over 4,000 at its North Adams facilities. With a population of just under 20,000, North Adams became a "company town,"  and, for many years, the company promoted the idea of a Sprague family of workers through the sponsorship of a variety of social activities.  In 1938 the company began...
Topics: Sprague Electric, Company Newsletters, North Adams Massachusetts
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams State College
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams State College
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Sprague Electric Co.
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The Sprague Electric Company moved to North Adams in 1930 and for a time was the largest single employer in the city. At its peak, Sprague Electric employed over 12,000 people worldwide, including over 4,000 at its North Adams facilities. With a population of just under 20,000, North Adams became a "company town,"  and, for many years, the company promoted the idea of a Sprague family of workers through the sponsorship of a variety of social activities.  In 1938 the company began...
Topics: Sprague Electric, Company Newsletters, North Adams Massachusetts
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Sprague Electric Co.
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The Sprague Electric Company moved to North Adams in 1930 and for a time was the largest single employer in the city. At its peak, Sprague Electric employed over 12,000 people worldwide, including over 4,000 at its North Adams facilities. With a population of just under 20,000, North Adams became a "company town,"  and, for many years, the company promoted the idea of a Sprague family of workers through the sponsorship of a variety of social activities.  In 1938 the company began...
Topics: Sprague Electric, Company Newsletters, North Adams Massachusetts
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams State College
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topics: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks, North Adams State College--Yearbooks
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by State Teachers College at North Adams
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topics: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks, State Teachers College at North Adams--Yearbooks
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Sprague Electric Co.
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The Sprague Electric Company moved to North Adams in 1930 and for a time was the largest single employer in the city. At its peak, Sprague Electric employed over 12,000 people worldwide, including over 4,000 at its North Adams facilities. With a population of just under 20,000, North Adams became a "company town,"  and, for many years, the company promoted the idea of a Sprague family of workers through the sponsorship of a variety of social activities.  In 1938 the company began...
Topics: Sprague Electric, Company Newsletters, North Adams Massachusetts
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Sprague Electric Co.
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The Sprague Electric Company moved to North Adams in 1930 and for a time was the largest single employer in the city. At its peak, Sprague Electric employed over 12,000 people worldwide, including over 4,000 at its North Adams facilities. With a population of just under 20,000, North Adams became a "company town,"  and, for many years, the company promoted the idea of a Sprague family of workers through the sponsorship of a variety of social activities.  In 1938 the company began...
Topics: Sprague Electric, Company Newsletters, North Adams Massachusetts
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by State Teachers College at North Adams
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topics: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks, State Teachers College at North Adams--Yearbooks
MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topic: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams State College
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Sprague Electric Co.
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The Sprague Electric Company moved to North Adams in 1930 and for a time was the largest single employer in the city. At its peak, Sprague Electric employed over 12,000 people worldwide, including over 4,000 at its North Adams facilities. With a population of just under 20,000, North Adams became a "company town,"  and, for many years, the company promoted the idea of a Sprague family of workers through the sponsorship of a variety of social activities.  In 1938 the company began...
Topics: Sprague Electric, Company Newsletters, North Adams Massachusetts
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
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The Sprague Electric Company moved to North Adams in 1930 and for a time was the largest single employer in the city. At its peak, Sprague Electric employed over 12,000 people worldwide, including over 4,000 at its North Adams facilities. With a population of just under 20,000, North Adams became a "company town,"  and, for many years, the company promoted the idea of a Sprague family of workers through the sponsorship of a variety of social activities.  In 1938 the company began...
Topics: Sprague Electric, Company Newsletters, North Adams Massachusetts
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Sprague Electric Co.
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The Sprague Electric Company moved to North Adams in 1930 and for a time was the largest single employer in the city. At its peak, Sprague Electric employed over 12,000 people worldwide, including over 4,000 at its North Adams facilities. With a population of just under 20,000, North Adams became a "company town,"  and, for many years, the company promoted the idea of a Sprague family of workers through the sponsorship of a variety of social activities.  In 1938 the company began...
Topics: Sprague Electric, Company Newsletters, North Adams Massachusetts
The Mind's Eye, a journal of scholarly and creative work, has been published annually by Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts since 1997. While emphasizing articles of scholarly merit, The Mind's Eye focuses on a general communication of ideas of interest to a liberal arts college. The Mind's Eye was also published by North Adams State College between January 1977 and March 1977 as The Mind's Eye: A Review of the Press, in April and May 1977 as The Mind's Eye: Reviews and Comment and from...
Topics: North Adams State College--Periodicals, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Periodicals
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topics: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks, North Adams Normal School--Yearbooks
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topics: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks, North Adams State College--Yearbooks
The Mind's Eye, a journal of scholarly and creative work, has been published annually by Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts since 1997. While emphasizing articles of scholarly merit, The Mind's Eye focuses on a general communication of ideas of interest to a liberal arts college. The Mind's Eye was also published by North Adams State College between January 1977 and March 1977 as The Mind's Eye: A Review of the Press, in April and May 1977 as The Mind's Eye: Reviews and Comment and from...
Topics: North Adams State College--Periodicals, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Periodicals
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topic: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by State Teachers College at North Adams
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topics: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks, State Teachers College at North Adams--Yearbooks
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Sprague Electric Co.
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The Sprague Electric Company moved to North Adams in 1930 and for a time was the largest single employer in the city. At its peak, Sprague Electric employed over 12,000 people worldwide, including over 4,000 at its North Adams facilities. With a population of just under 20,000, North Adams became a "company town,"  and, for many years, the company promoted the idea of a Sprague family of workers through the sponsorship of a variety of social activities.  In 1938 the company began...
Topics: Sprague Electric, Company Newsletters, North Adams Massachusetts
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Sprague Electric Co.
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The Sprague Electric Company moved to North Adams in 1930 and for a time was the largest single employer in the city. At its peak, Sprague Electric employed over 12,000 people worldwide, including over 4,000 at its North Adams facilities. With a population of just under 20,000, North Adams became a "company town,"  and, for many years, the company promoted the idea of a Sprague family of workers through the sponsorship of a variety of social activities.  In 1938 the company began...
Topics: Sprague Electric, Company Newsletters, North Adams Massachusetts
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Eugene L. Freel Library, MCLA
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The Mind's Eye, a journal of scholarly and creative work, has been published annually by Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts since 1997. While emphasizing articles of scholarly merit, The Mind's Eye focuses on a general communication of ideas of interest to a liberal arts college. The Mind's Eye was also published by North Adams State College between January 1977 and March 1977 as The Mind's Eye: A Review of the Press, in April and May 1977 as The Mind's Eye: Reviews and Comment and From...
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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Sprague Electric Co.
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The Sprague Electric Company moved to North Adams in 1930 and for a time was the largest single employer in the city. At its peak, Sprague Electric employed over 12,000 people worldwide, including over 4,000 at its North Adams facilities. With a population of just under 20,000, North Adams became a "company town,"  and, for many years, the company promoted the idea of a Sprague family of workers through the sponsorship of a variety of social activities.  In 1938 the company began...
Topics: Sprague Electric, Company Newsletters, North Adams Massachusetts
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by State Teachers College at North Adams
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topics: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks, State Teachers College at North Adams--Yearbooks
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topic: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Sprague Electric Co.
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The Sprague Electric Company moved to North Adams in 1930 and for a time was the largest single employer in the city. At its peak, Sprague Electric employed over 12,000 people worldwide, including over 4,000 at its North Adams facilities. With a population of just under 20,000, North Adams became a "company town,"  and, for many years, the company promoted the idea of a Sprague family of workers through the sponsorship of a variety of social activities.  In 1938 the company began...
Topics: Sprague Electric, Company Newsletters, North Adams Massachusetts
The Mind's Eye, a journal of scholarly and creative work, has been published annually by Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts since 1997. While emphasizing articles of scholarly merit, The Mind's Eye focuses on a general communication of ideas of interest to a liberal arts college. The Mind's Eye was also published by North Adams State College between January 1977 and March 1977 as The Mind's Eye: A Review of the Press, in April and May 1977 as The Mind's Eye: Reviews and Comment and from...
Topics: North Adams State College-Periodicals, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Periodicals
The Mind's Eye, a journal of scholarly and creative work, has been published annually by Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts since 1997. While emphasizing articles of scholarly merit, The Mind's Eye focuses on a general communication of ideas of interest to a liberal arts college. The Mind's Eye was also published by North Adams State College between January 1977 and March 1977 as The Mind's Eye: A Review of the Press, in April and May 1977 as The Mind's Eye: Reviews and Comment and from...
Topics: North Adams State College--Periodicals, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Periodicals
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Sprague Electric Co.
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The Sprague Electric Company moved to North Adams in 1930 and for a time was the largest single employer in the city. At its peak, Sprague Electric employed over 12,000 people worldwide, including over 4,000 at its North Adams facilities. With a population of just under 20,000, North Adams became a "company town,"  and, for many years, the company promoted the idea of a Sprague family of workers through the sponsorship of a variety of social activities.  In 1938 the company began...
Topics: Sprague Electric, Company Newsletters, North Adams Massachusetts
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by State Teachers College at North Adams
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topics: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks, State Teachers College at North Adams--Yearbooks
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams Normal School
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topics: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks, North Adams Normal School--Yearbooks
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams Normal School
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topics: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks, North Adams Normal School--Yearbooks
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams Normal School
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topics: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks, North Adams Normal School--Yearbooks
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by North Adams Normal School
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topics: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks, North Adams Normal School--Yearbooks
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by State Teachers College at North Adams
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MCLA was founded as The North Adams Normal School in 1894. It became the State Teachers College at North Adams in 1932, North Adams State College in 1960 and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1997. The first yearbook was published in 1911 and now all of the college's available yearbooks have been digitized and can be viewed on the Internet Archive. You can also click on one of the links on the right of this page to go to a specific yearbook. Yearbooks were published under the following...
Topics: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts--Yearbooks, State Teachers College at North Adams--Yearbooks
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Eugene L. Freel Library
by Sprague Electric Co.
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The Sprague Electric Company moved to North Adams in 1930 and for a time was the largest single employer in the city. At its peak, Sprague Electric employed over 12,000 people worldwide, including over 4,000 at its North Adams facilities. With a population of just under 20,000, North Adams became a "company town,"  and, for many years, the company promoted the idea of a Sprague family of workers through the sponsorship of a variety of social activities.  In 1938 the company began...
Topics: Sprague Electric, Company Newsletters, North Adams Massachusetts