HC.Archives/HCS/HCS.003. Alumni Papers
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Found in 77 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Francis R. Taylor was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on December 31, 1884, and attended Haverford College from 1902 to 1906. His course papers contain class notes between the years of 1903 and 1906.
Overview This collection contains an album with photographs of Haverford College between 1863 and 1865. It contains images of buildings on Haverford's campus (Founder's Hall and Magill Library), portraits of faculty, and individual and group portraits of students from the classes of 1864 through 1868.
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.
Overview One volume of Newbold Hough Trotter's notes on ethics for a class at Haverford College. The notes are from a course in ethics by Daniel B. Smith, which was conducted in 1843, and detail several ethical discourses prominent at the time.
Overview The collection consists of four volumes of diaries which detail James Tyson's time at Haverford College, from daily activities to information on the courses Tyson was taking at the time. The entries range from 1859 to 1861.
Overview The essays are primarily assignments for an English 12 class at Harvard University. There is coursework from both Fall 1893 and Spring 1894. Additionally, there are some personal reflections from Spring 1894 and several undated works. Finally, there is a chart from the American Anthropometric Association that plots out Whitall's weight, height, girth, depth, breadth, and strength on October 24, 1889 and May 8, 1890.
Overview The Nelson A. White collection contians five diaries dated from 1922 to 1932. The five volumes are written in Wanamaker diaries and are detailed with historical, astrological, and meteoroligcal information between each diary entry.
Overview The Thomas Wildes commonplace book contains a variety of texts written, or copied, by Thomas Wildes. It is over 140 pages long and it was created in 1856, after Wildes had entered Haverford College.