Historic Northampton

Forbes Library Special Collections

Calvin Coolidge Presidential Library & Museum

Northampton Silk Project

Smith College

Northampton State Hospital


History of northampton massachusetts from its settlement in 1654, Vol. I (1898), by James Russell Trumbull

History of Northampton, Massachusetts, from its settlement in 1654 Vol. 2 (1902), by James Russell Trumbull

Historical sketch of Northampton, from its settlement (1815), by Solomon Williams

Inscriptions on the grave stones in the grave yards of Northampton, and of other towns in the valley of the Connecticut, as Springfield, Amherst, Hadley, Hatfield, Deerfield, &c. (1850), by Thomas Bridgman

An address, delivered at Northampton, Mass: on the evening of October 29, 1854, in commemoration of the close of the second century since the settlement of the town (1855), by William Allen

Antiquities, historicals and graduates of Northampton (1882), by Solomon Clark

Northampton and Easthampton Directory 1883-4 (1883)

Representative Families of Northampton: a demonstration of what high character, good ancestry and heredity have accomplished in a New England town (1917), by Charles F. Warner

Northampton, the meadow city (1894)

The history of Florence, Massachusetts (1895), ed. by Charles A. Sheffeld

Picturesque Hampshire: a supplement to the quarter-centennial journal (1890)

Reminiscences of old Northampton, sketches of the town as it appeared from 1840 to 1850 (1902), by Henry S. Gere

Historical localities in Northampton (1904)

Old Northampton (1904)

The Meadow city’s quarter-millennial book (1904)

Early Northampton (1914)

First Church

First Parish, Northampton: Meeting houses and ministers from 1653 to 1878 (1878)

Historical catalogue of the Northampton First church, 1661-1891 (1891), by Solomon Clark

Smith College

Addresses at the inauguration of Rev.L. Clark Seelye, as president of Smith College, and at the dedication of its academic building, July 14, 1875 (1877)

Celebration of the quarter-centenary of Smith college (1900)

Smith College Stories (1900), by Josephine Dodge Daskam

Smith College Verse (1909), compiled by Annie Johnston Crim, Dorothy Donnell and Anne Coe Mitchell
Smith College Songs (1909)

Catalog of Officers, Graduates and Non Graduates of Smith College (1911)

The inauguration of Marion LeRoy Burton as president of Smith college, the fifth of October, MCMX (1911)

Cuneiform documents in the Smith college library (1918), by Elihu Grant

The inauguration of William Allan Neilson, PH.D., LL.D., as president of Smith college, the thirteenth of June, MCMXVIII (1918)

Ladies of Grécourt; the Smith college relief unit in the Somme (1920), by Ruth Gaines

Development of history and government in Smith college, 1875-1920, with a list of publications of the Faculty and alumnae (1920), by Mary Bresse Fuller