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Ernest Bailey scrapbooks

Identifier: HCS-000-006

Scope and Contents

The Ernest Bailey scrapbooks consist of seven separate volumes containing materials organized chronologically as follows: 1920-1923, 1921-1924, 1925-1927, 1927-1928, 1928-1929, 1929-1930, 1930-1931. Each volume contains clippings from various local and national newspapers related to a wide variety of college happenings, predominantly athletics, but also the affairs of alumni, faculty, students and reports on other happenings in the Philadelphia metropolitan area.


  • 1920-1933

Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research use

Use Restrictions

Standard Federal Copyright Law Applies (U.S. Title 17)

Biographical / Historical

There is no record of Ernest Bailey having attended Haverford college or having been affiliated with the institution in any other formal capacity. The materials contained in the Ernest Bailey scrapbooks—clippings and pictures related predominantly to Haverford athletics, as well as other happenings on campus and in the the surrounding area— reflect an enthusiastic interest in the goings on of the college during a period of time lasting from 1920-1933.


1.98 Linear Feet (9 volumes)




The Ernest Bailey scrapbooks consist of 9 volumes containing clippings and pictures related to Haverford College, taken from a variety of national and local newspapers. A majority of clippings and pictures pertain to Haverford athletics, although there are many others that address academic matters; the affairs of alumni, faculty and students; and noteworthy happenings in the Philadelphia metropolitan area. The scrapbook compiles materials spanning the years 1920-1933.


Arrangement dictated by the creator

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Processing Information

Processed by Phillip, completed February 2018
Ernest Bailey scrapbooks
Phillip Norman
February, 2019
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