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Paradise Pond, like much of the Smith campus, is a space that draws students, members of the Smith community, and town residents alike. In the early days of the College, the Mill River bounded the school grounds; but today it divides the campus from the athletic fields and the old Northampton State Hospital. Paths running along Paradise Pond connect the campus with parts of Northampton.
The Historical Handbook of Smith College. Northampton, MA: Smith College, 1932.
Lincoln, Eleanor Terry, and John Abel Pinto. This the House We Live In: Smith College Campus from 1872-1982. Northampton, MA: Trustees of Smith College, 1983.