Found in 202 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The papers of Morris Evans Leeds (1869-1952), a Philadelphia Quaker who graduated from Haverford College and became president of Leeds & Northrup Company, manufacturers of precision instruments. He was also an inventor and developer. Leeds was a member of the Board of Haverford College and active on the School Board of Philadelphia.
File — Box: 1, Folder: 2
Overview Photocopied materials pertaining to Linus Pauling's time as a Phillips Visitor, part of Haverford College's Distinguished Visitor Program, in Fall 1957.
Overview A collection of papers relating to H. Mather Lippincott, Haverford College class of 1943 dating from his days as an undergraduate and through a number of class reunions, the latest being the 57th reunion in 2000. In addition, there is a cloth doll of a Quaker lady, Mrs. Phillips, created by Franklin, as well as some negatives of work accomplished by the architectural firm of Cope and Lippincott.
Overview The papers of Latin scholar and professor of Latin at Haverford College, Dean P. Lockwood include primarily textual materials on topics relating to Greek literature and the history of Haverford College, but also a collection of his art and artifacts.
Dates: 1899 - 1960; Majority of material found within 1899 - 1960
Scope and Contents These papers, primarily in the form of letters to James Magill, 07, reflect his philanthropic concerns, deep friendships and wide interests, particularly in the arts and medicine. They are letters from authors, artists, scholars, scientists and politicians, including George Bass, Alfred Bendiner, Hugh Borton, Nathaniel Burt, Norman Cousins, A.J. Cronin, Richardson Dilworth, Walker Hancock, Samuel Kramer, Eva Le Gallienne, Jacques Lipchitz, Katharine McBride, Fosco Maraini, William Menninger,...
Scope and Contents The collection includes materials from many different philanthropic organizations William Morris Maier served with, especially those he served as treasurer for. Each organization comprises its own series, with subseries for correspondence, reports and publications, minutes, and financial papers.Series I contains materials from the Ludwick Institute. Correspondence is mostly between the Institute and organizations it funded. These include the Zoological Society of Philadelphia,...
Scope and Contents This collection contains research notes and cassette tape recordings created by Margaret Hope Bacon during the writing of her book Let This Life Speak: The Legacy of Henry Joel Cadbury, published in 1987.
Dates: 1985 - 1987, undated
Overview The collection consists of materials pertaining to private examinations in Mathematics for seniors in 1859 at Haverford College.
Dates: 1859 June - July
Scope and Content note The collection includes three unpublished stories: "The Fight for the Marsh", 1972, 129 p. (on saving NJ coastal marshlands); "The Freedom Trail," 96 p. (the Underground Railroad, the important part Quakers played in helping escaping slaves & Haverford's significant role in the story); and "The Hawley House Mystery", 135 p.
Dates: 1972, Undated