The University of Massachusetts Amherst
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McArdle, Alan H., 1949-

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Alan H. McArdle Collection

1 box 0.5 linear feet
Call no.: MS 991

The archaeological anthropologist Alan McArdle received his masters degree (1975) from UMass Amherst for a demographic study of 17th century Hadley, Mass., followed by a doctorate (1986) on late 19th century mortality change and industrialization in the region. He remained at his alma mater for most of his career, becoming Associate Director of Analytical Studies in the Office of Institutional Research, and has been active in local historic preservation efforts.

McArdle took extensive photographs of colonial cemeteries in Hadley, Mass., and in nearby towns Amherst, Belchertown, and Shutesbury, as well as additional images in Concord, Mass., and in Kennebunkport, Wells, and York, Maine.

Gift of the Association for Gravestone Studies, 2010-


Sepulchral monuments--MaineSepulchral monuments--Massachusetts

Types of material

Slides (Photographs)