This is the repainting of the Amherst Community Mural at One East Pleasant Street, Amherst, Massachusetts by the West End Cemetery where Emily Dickinson, Civil War Veterans and other notable people are buried. This mural tells the story of the town from its founding to the late 20th Century. It was originally painted by David Fichter before the building got torn down, so we were hired by him to help repaint the mural with minor changes to the original design. I mainly focused on the Amherst Trolley, including the lettering which was my favorite part being a graphic designer. I also worked on the flower dress of a woman, and the pants and coat of Edward Dickinson, Emily Dickinson's father. I also completed the grassy area to the left of the trolley and the dirt road surrounding it as well as the small dirt road to the left of Edward, plus some stairs below the Straw Mill Girls on the rightmost section of the mural.