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Overview This collection contains a volume about "The 6," a group of six members of the class of 1934 that kept in contact with one another after graduating. There are records of their dinners between 1930 and 1971. This volume includes correspondence, newspaper clipppings, a map, wedding invitations, and pictures.
Overview This collection contains an autograph album with autographs of members of the Haverford College class of 1862 along with a small portrait of them, their address, and the date that their information was recorded. The cover page for the volume reads "The Days of Auld Lang Syne at [Illustration of Founders Hall, Haverford College] Henry T. Coates."
Overview William Coates’s diaries detail his time at Haverford College and following his graduation. He writes about the weather, academic studies, weekly collections, the Everett Society, exercise, his letter correspondence, and trips with his friends and family. He begins writing about the Civil War on April 14, 1861, detailing Fort Sumter’s surrender and evacuation, remarking on the “great excitement” and formation of a mob in Philadelphia. He later remarks on Civil War events such as the Baltimore...
Scope and Contents Papers include such biographical information as provided in William Wistar Comfort’s autobiography, a small amount of correspondence, as with his father, Howard Comfort, Comfort’s writings on French topics, Friends’ stories for children, on William Cowper and primarily on Quaker topics, including on William Penn, Anthony Benezet and Stephen Grellet. Comfort spoke publicly on many occasions, specifically at schools and colleges as well as in France during his stay there in 1937.