Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Overview This small volume contains autographs from faculty and students at Haverford College. It also includes newspaper clippings about marriages and deaths of people associated with Haverford College, and commencement ceremonies. Some of the autographs contain handwritten poems, and some quotes are in Greek.
Overview The scrapbook contains materials concerning Morris's time at Haverford College and documentation surrounding reunions, alumni events, his classmates and professors, and other developments at Haverford. The autograph album includes the signatures, hometowns, and class years of members of Haverford present during Morris's collegiate years.
Overview David Holder Nichols produced an autograph album of faculty and peers during his time at Haverford. The album contains many pictures and signatures of his graduating class. Nichols later went on to Harvard University and then became president of Everett.
Overview This volume is entitled the "Wm. G. Rhoads Autographs of the Officers and Students of Haverford School during Winter of 1855-6" and it contains the names, autographs, addresses, and dates of entry for administrators and students at Haverford College between 1855 and 1856.
Overview The smaller autograph albums contain signatures of Haverford College students. In the 1860-1862 autograph album, most signatures are accompanied with respective hometowns and the date of the signature; one signature includes a quote. In the 1860-1864 album, there are pictures for most signatories, but few hometown entries; one signature includes a quote. The larger 1860 autograph album is comprised of miscellaneous historical documents dating from the early-to-mid 19th century. Includes...
Overview The Edwin Tomlinson autograph album contains signatures and selected quotes from students at Haverford College from 1858 to 1859. The album was compiled by Tomlinson, who later left Haverford College to become a farmer. The signatures within the album range from Tomlinson's peers to the officers above him.