Greenough House, Central Residential Area, University of Massachusetts at Amherst Constructed 1946-47, named for the 7th Massachusetts Agricultural College President, James Carruthers Greenough, who served from 1883 to 1886 and oversaw construction of the Old Chapel, South College and West Experiment Station.
New Information on This Site
May 15, 2011 Welcome to my new Greenough web site. It will take time to grow, but this is a start, Look it over, and if you can think of a resource or subject that you think should be added, let me know.
Some of the buttons above lead to other pages - for contacts (where you can list your online presence) and mutual aid (where we can help each other with hobbies or other interests), and photos submitted by residents. Another button leads to the Greenough Forums - a message board area for Greenoughites.
This section is for listing upcoming events that your fellow Greenoughites might be interested in. If you know of an event that you think should be listed here, let me know.
Web Sites Of Interest
This section is for web sites other than those belonging to Greenough residents - for Greenoughites' personal web pages see the contacts page.
Greenough page on the UMass site.
University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
Quabbin Reservoir has long been a favorite site of Greenoughites.
Please note that although I once lived in Greenough, and continued to live in the Amherst area for more than a decade afterward, I now live hundreds of miles away and do not have easy access to the dorm, the University, or the town.
Email comments to Dale H. Cook.
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Greenough Memories, commenced 15-May-2011.
A site for former residents of Greenough House (or Hall, or dormitory) at UMass (The University of Massachusetts at Amherst).
Created and maintained by Dale H. Cook.
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