Found in 120 Collections and/or Records:
Overview This collection contains two copies of the Annals of Haverford, one being the original manuscript verson and the other a typed copy. The Annals was a contemporary account of the history of Haverford College, from its opening in 1833 through its first four years.
Overview James Estes Baker, Haverford Class of 1956, enjoyed a lengthy career as a member of the United States diplomatic corps, including a period of service for the United Nations. The collection offers insight into Baker’s life and diplomatic career, with a large quantity of materials relating to the media scrutiny occasioned by his appointment as the first black US diplomat to serve in South Africa during apartheid. Collected materials include biographical information, personal correspondence,...
Overview This collection contains two volumes compiled by Lloyd Balderston while he was a student at Haverford College between 1837 and 1839. One contains prose and poems written by himself and other Haverford students, and the other is his notebook with handwritten essays and annotations.
Overview John Bradway’s scrapbook contains theater pamphlets, newspaper clippings, pictures, and other materials pertaining to his time as an undergraduate at Haverford College from 1907-1911, while working on his Master’s degree in 1915, and in the Philadelphia area between and after these periods.
Scope and Contents This album begins with portraits of older men, some of whom are identified. It then includes portraits of students from Haverford College class of 1872, with some of their names identified in pencil under their portrait. There are a few group photographs from this class as well. There are also photographs of a few women, a child, a tent, and the astronomy observatory at Haverford College. "Mrs. Ellis Y. Brown Jr. Downingtown, Chester Co Pa" is written on the first page of this volume.
Overview Paul Willits Brown's diary covers the second half of his sophomore year, the summer between his sophomore and junior year, and the first semester of his junior year at Haverford College. Its contents include information concerning his academics, personal life, extracurricular and athletic activities, and various events on campus.
Overview This small album contains albums from students at Haverford College and Penn College who were friends with William A. Brown. The entries contain short notes or poems along with the person's signature, the date (between 1835 and 1838), and their college affiliation. There are also pencil annotations throughout the next labeling some entires as "original" and adding the fill names of some people who only wrote their initials.