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-The following is a nearly comprehensive list of buildings on the campus of UMass Amherst since its founding as the Massachusetts Agricultural College, though omitting most barns and out-buildings.  In 2009, the Facilities and Campus Planning Department commissioned an [[buildings:survey|historic resources inventory]] for all buildings on campus over 50 years old, making recommendations regarding eligibility for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places. 
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-  * [[buildings:a:adams|Abigail Adams House]], built 1919/1920.   
-  * [[buildings:a:agricultural_engineering_north|Agricultural Engineering Building, North]], built 1915 
-  * [[buildings:a:agricultural_experiment|Agricultural Experiment Station]], built 1923 
-  * [[buildings:a:apiary|Apiary]], built 1911.   
-  * [[buildings:a:arnold|Arnold House]], built 1954.   
-  * [[buildings:b:baker|Baker House]], built 1952.   
-  * Bartlett Hall, built 1960. 
-  * [[buildings:b:berkshire|Berkshire House]], built 1948.   
-  * [[buildings:b:blaisdell|Blaisdell House]], built 1869.   
-  * Boarding House, built 1867.   
-  * Botanic Museum, built 1867.   
-  * Bowditch Hall, built 1959.   
-  * [[buildings:b:bowditch|Bowditch Lodge]], built 1937.   
-  * Boyden Physical Education Building, built 1963/1964.   
-  * Brett House, built 1962/1963.   
-  * [[buildings:b:brooks|Brooks House]], built 1949.   
-  * [[buildings:b:brookstobacco|Brooks Tobacco Barn]], built 1924.   
-  * [[buildings:b:butterfield|Butterfield House]], built 1940/1941 
-  * [[buildings:c:campuscenter|Campus Center]], built 1970.  (Named for alumnus Murray D. Lincoln, national leader in consumer and producer cooperatives and founder and president of CARE from 1945-1957) 
-  * Campus Center Parking Garage, built 1970.   
-  * Cance, built 1968.   
-  * Cashin, built 1971.   
-  * Cavalry Barn, built 1920; burns and rebuilt 1925.   
-  * [[buildings:c:chadbourne|Chadbourne House]], built 1947.   
-  * [[buildings:h:hillsidehouse|Chancellor's House]], built 1883-1884.  (Originally called "Hillside House", a name dropped in the 1960s, but revived in 1993) 
-  * Chemistry Laboratory, built 1867; burned 1922.   
-  * [[buildings:c:chenoweth_laboratory|Chenoweth Laboratory]], built 1930.  
-  * [[buildings:c:clarkhall|Clark Hall]], built 1907 
-  * Commonwealth Circle, built 1946.   
-  * [[buildings:c:contecenter|Conte Center for Polymer Research]], built 1996.  (Named for Silvio O. Conte, a former U.S. congressman who was committed to polymer research and was instrumental in obtaining federal funding to build the complex) 
-  * Coolidge, built 1966.   
-  * County Circle, built 1946?.   
-  * Crabtree House, built 1953.   
-  * Crampton, built 1966/1967.  
-  * [[buildings:c:curryhicks|Curry Hicks Gymnasium]], built 1931 
-  * Dickinson Hall, built 1960.   
-  * Dickinson House, built 1965.   
-  * Dining Commons, North, built 1954.   
-  * Dining Commons, South, built 1965.   
-  * [[buildings:d:draper|Draper Hall]], built 1903.   
-  * Drill Hall, built 1883.   
-  * [[buildings:d:duboislibrary|Du Bois Library]] 
-  * [[buildings:d:durfeeconservatory|Durfee Conservatory]], built 1954 
-  * Durfee Plant House, built 1867.   
-  * Dwight, built 1959.   
-  * [[buildings:e:eastexperiment|East Experiment Station]], built 1889-1890 
-  * Emerson, built 1966.   
-  * Engineering Annex, destroyed by fire 1948. 
-  * Engineering Building, built 1955.   
-  * Engineering Building, East, built 1965.   
-  * Engineering Shop, built 1916.   
-  * Engineering Shop (Mechanical), built 1962.   
-  * Farley 4H Clubhouse, built 1934.   
-  * Federal Circle, built 1946.   
-  * [[buildings:f:fernaldhall|Fernald Hall]], built 1910.   
-  * Field House, built 1965.   
-  * [[buildings:f:fineartscenter|Fine Arts Center]], built 1975 
-  * Fisher Laboratory, built 1911/1912.   
-  * [[buildings:f:flint|Flint Laboratory]], built 1912.   
-  * [[buildings:f:franklindining|Franklin Dining Commons]], built 1965 
-  * [[buildings:f:french|French Hall]], built 1909.   
-  * Goessmann Laboratory, built 1922/1924.   
-  * [[buildings:g:goodellhall|Goodell Hall]], built 1935.  (Named after Henry Hill Goodell, professor of modern languages and the first college librarian, who became the seventh president of Massachusetts Agricultural College) 
-  * Gorman House, built 1962/1963. 
-  * Graduate Research Center, built 1971.   
-  * Grayson House, built 1965.   
-  * Greenough House, built 1946/1947.   
-  * [[buildings:g:grinnell|Grinnell Arena]], built 1911/1912.   
-  * [[buildings:g:gunness|Gunness Laboratory]], built 1949.   
-  * Hamden Dining Hall, built 1967.   
-  * Hamlin House, built 1949.   
-  * Hampshire Dining Hall, built 1966.   
-  * Hampshire House, built 1948.   
-  * Hasbrouck Laboratory, built 1950 ?.   
-  * [[buildings:h:hatch|Hatch Laboratory]], built 1891.   
-  * [[buildings:h:herterhall|Herter Hall]], built 1969  (Named for Christian A. Herter, Governor of Mass., 1953-1957) 
-  * Hills House, built 1960.   
-  * [[buildings:h:hillsidehouse|Hillside House]], built 1883-1884 
-  * Holdsworth Hall, built 1963.   
-  * Homestead, built 1761 (circa).   
-  * [[buildings:h:horse_barn|Horse Barn]], built 1894.   
-  * Infirmary (1st.), built 1915.   
-  * Infirmary (2nd), built 1961/1962.  Opened Jan. 1962   
-  * Infirmary Annex (2 story wooden), built 1947.   
-  * Insectary, built 1889.   
-  * James, built 1966.   
-  * John Adams, built 1966.   
-  * John Quincy Adams, built 1966.   
-  * Johnson House, built 1960.   
-  * Kennedy, built 1966.   
-  * [[buildings:k:knowlesengineering|Knowles Engineering]], built 1991.  (Named for Andrew C. Knowles III, former chairman of the Board of Trustees and a 1957 Graduate of the College of Engineering) 
-  * Knowlton House, built 1949/1950.   
-  * [[buildings:l:leach|Leach House]], built 1953.   
-  * Lewis House, built 1940.   
-  * Liberal Arts Annex, built 1947 (temporary).  
-  * Lincoln Apartments, built 1958.  
-  * Lyon, built 1959.   
-  * Machmer Hall, built 1957.   
-  * Mackimmie, built 1966/1967.   
-  * Mahar Auditorium, built 1965.   
-  * Maintenance Building, built 1960.   
-  * Marks Meadow, built 1962.   
-  * Marshall Hall, built 1915/1916.   
-  * [[buildings:m:marston|Marston Hall]], built 1950, 1954 
-  * Mary Lyon House, built 1959.   
-  * McIntire House, built 1928.   
-  * McNamara, built 1971.   
-  * [[buildings:m:mcquirkalumnistadium|McQuirk Alumni Stadium]] 
-  * Melville, built 1966. 
-  * [[buildings:m:memorialhall|Memorial Hall]], built 1920-1921.  (Commemorates the service of alumni and faculty who died in World War I) 
-  * Middlesex, built 1948.   
-  * Millis House, built 1948/1949.   
-  * Mobile Units (5) Music Dept., built 1965.   
-  * Montague House, built 1955.   
-  * Moore, built 1968.   
-  * Morrill Science Center (4 buildings), built 1959, 1960, 1962, 1966.  
-  * [[buildings:m:mullinscenter|Mullins Center]] 
-  * [[buildings:m:munsonhall|Munson Hall]], built 1898.  (Named for Williard A. Munson, Director of Extension Service, 1926-1950) 
-  * [[buildings:c:campuscenter|Murray D. Lincoln Campus Center]], built 1970.  (Named for alumnus Murray D. Lincoln, national leader in consumer and producer cooperatives and founder and president of CARE from 1945-1957) 
-  * Newman Center, built 1963.   
-  * North College, built 1868, razed 1955 to make way for Machmer Hall.   
-  * North Village.   
-  * Observatory, built 1965.   
-  * [[buildings:o:oldchapel|Old Chapel]], built 1884-1886 
-  * [[buildings:p:paige|Paige Laboratory]], built 1950.   
-  * Patterson, built 1966/1967.   
-  * [[buildings:p:photolab|Photo Laboratory]], built 1907.   
-  * Physical Plant, built 1959.   
-  * Pierpont, built 1968.   
-  * Plymouth, built 1948.   
-  * [[buildings:p:pomologyshed|Pomology Shed]], built 1947 
-  * [[buildings:p:pond|Pond]] 
-  * Power Plant, built 1903.   
-  * President's House, built 1885.   
-  * Prince, built 1966 or 1967.   
-  * Public Health Building, built 1958.   
-  * Robsham Memorial Center for Visitors, built 1989.  (Named for a former member of the Board of Trustees, Paul Robsham, who together with his wife donated the funds for this building in memory of their son) 
-  * School of Business Administration, built 1963.   
-  * School of Business Administration, built 1965.   
-  * School of Education, built 1961.   
-  * Security Building, built 1965.   
-  * Shade Tree Laboratory, built 1949.   
-  * [[buildings:s:skinner|Skinner Hall]], built 1948; dedicated Apr. 1949   
-  * [[buildings:s:southcollege|South College]], built 1867; burned and rebuilt, 1885. 
-  * [[buildings:s:southwestresidential|Southwest Residential Complex]], built 1966. 
-  * [[buildings:s:stockbridgehall|Stockbridge Hall]], built 1914 or 1915 ?.  (Named for Levi Stockbridge, the University's first Professor of Agriculture and its 3rd [permanently seated] president) 
-  * [[buildings:s:stockbridgehouse|Stockbridge House]], built 1728 
-  * Student Union, built 1957.   
-  * Suffolk, built 1948.   
-  * [[buildings:s:sylvanresidential|Sylvan Residential Area]] 
-  * [[buildings:t:thatcher|Thatcher House]], built 1935.   
-  * [[buildings:t:thayer|Thayer laboratory]], built 1953, 1957.   
-  * Thompson Hall, built 1968.   
-  * Thoreau, built 1966.   
-  * Tobin Hall, built 1972. 
-  * [[buildings:t:trolleystation|Trolley Station]], built 1911 or 1915? 
-  * University Library, built 1972.  Opened 1973   
-  * Van Meter House, built 1957.   
-  * Veterinary Science Building, built 1899.   
-  * [[buildings:d:duboislibrary|W.E.B. Du Bois Library]], built 1971-1973.  Opened 1973  (Named for civil rights activist W.E.B. Du Bois) 
-  * [[buildings:t:trolleystation|Waiting Station]], built 1911 or 1915?.   
-  * Washington, built 1966.   
-  * Webster House, built 1965.   
-  * [[buildings:w:westexperiment|West Experiment Station]], built 1885/1886 [1886-1887]. 
-  * Wheeler House, built 1958.   
-  * [[buildings:w:whitmorehall|Whitmore Hall]], built 1966-1967.  (Named for Phillip Whitmore, who served the University as an Alumni Association president, trustee and a state representative) 
-  * [[buildings:w:wilderhall|Wilder Hall]], built 1903 or 1906 ?.  
-  * Women's Physical Education Building, built 1958/1959.   
-  * [[buildings:w:worcester|Worcester Dining Hall]], built 1953 
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