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Archives & Manuscripts

Haverford College

 Organization

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Everett-Athenaeum records

 Collection
Identifier: HCQ-003-004
Overview The materials in this collection include the Constitution and By-Laws of the newly consolidated Everett Athenaeum society, which describes the officers and their duties, the election of officers and members, the rules of order, and the process for making amendments to the constitution.

Everett Society records

 Collection
Identifier: HCQ-003-003
Overview The collection contains materials that reflect the activities of the Everett Society. Materials included in the collection are the Society's constitution and by-laws, meeting minutes, adminsitrative and financial records, events and addresses, as well as the Society's published work, The Bud.

Haverford Athenaeum records

 Collection
Identifier: HCQ-003-002
Overview The Haverford Athenaeum records span the years 1858 to 1888, up until the eventual merging of the Haverford Athenaeum with the Everett Society in 1889. The collection contains contitnuion, by-laws, meeting minutes, treasure accounds, and a published periodical The Gem.

Haverford College Debating Council records

 Collection
Identifier: HCQ-003-024
Overview This collection contains the constitution and a few pages of minutes from the Haverford College Debating Council in 1931.

Haverford Loganian Society records

 Collection
Identifier: HCQ-003-001
Overview The collection is comprised of a variety of different records that pertain to the overall operations of the Haverford Loganian Society at Haverford College. The collection includes the Society's constitution and by-laws, membership registers, meeting minutes, the Collegian account books, and paper pertaining to garden, museum, and library projects.

Henry Society records

 Collection
Identifier: HCQ-003-005
Overview The Henry Society records (1854-1860) include one volume of Constitution and By-Laws (1856), one minute book (1855-1860), and an oration presented to the Society by Cyrus Mendenhall in 1854.