Pageant Field

[Pageant Field]

History

Pageant Field existed approximately where the current Amphitheatre is located.

The Images

All cards are available with both front and back scans, and comments about what is written on the front or back, either by the user or by the publisher, are included below.

Pageant Field
front "Pageant Field Mount Holyoke College South Hadley, Mass."
back Divided back, unused, handcolored. Published by Robert A. Glesmann, South Hadley, Mass. and The Albertype Co., Brooklyn, NY.

Pageant Field
front "Pageant Field, Mount Holyoke College. South Hadley, Mass."
back Divided back, unused. Published by Robert A. Glesmann, South Hadley, Mass. and the Albertype Co., Brooklyn, NY.

Pageant Field
front "Pageant Field Mount Holyoke College South Hadley, Massachusetts"
back Divided back, postmarked 1942. Stamp area marked "Free" and mailed without postage. Published by The Albertype Co., Brooklyn, NY. "Ensign Lillian G. Brannon U. S. Naval Mid School (WR) 318 S. Rockefeller Mount Holyoke College South Hadley, Mass Have thought of you so much & sorry I havent [sic] had time to write - we just don't have a minute - Scheduled to get thru here on Dec 16th - Thanks so much for the diary - I started keeping it religiously but they made us destroy what we'd written - so I'll just have to tell you all about it sometime. The insignias, etc in front are coming in handy tho' - I have asked for further instruction at Radcliffe but don't know if I'll get it. Write me Love, Lillian"
[In the book!]

2298 Pageant Grounds
front "2298 Pageant Grounds, So. Hadley Mass." A real photo card.
back Divided back, unused.

Pageant Field
front "Pageant Field, Mount Holyoke College South Hadley, Mass."
back Divided back, unused. Published by Robert A. Glesmann, South Hadley, Mass. and the Albertype Co., Brooklyn, NY.

Pageant Day
front Untitled aerial view of Pageant Field
back "Pageant Day Mt. Holyoke College" Divided back, pstmarked Aug 14, 1933 5:30pm in South Hadley. Published by Aerial Service, Hartford CT. Addressed to Mrs. William Shelmire in Germantown, Pa. "South Hadley is as beautiful as ever. I am having a quiet vacation here but am enjoying it very much. Most of the people I know are away now. Miss Cushing & Miss Doak, Miss Hyde & Miss Foss are here and we have jolly times at meals. There is much to tell you when I see you. Hope you are standing the hot weather well. Love - Helen Church"