MAC 1893

By the end of the nineteenth century, Massachusetts Agricultural College had little changed from its founding days. A few new buildings, however, were significant: the new West and East Experiment Stations were important by-products of the establishment of the Agricultural Experiment Station, then situated at the northern edge of campus, and the New Chapel, now called Old Chapel, would become a focal point of campus. From the Student's Handbook, 1893-1894.

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  • From Student Handbooks, University Archives (RG 30/00/2)
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