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Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Overview This collection contains two volumes compiled by Lloyd Balderston while he was a student at Haverford College between 1837 and 1839. One contains prose and poems written by himself and other Haverford students, and the other is his notebook with handwritten essays and annotations.
Overview The Lewis Benson Papers document the life and service of Lewis V. Benson (1906-1986), a Quaker and recorded minister of New York Yearly Meeting. His in-depth reading and study of the writings of 17th century Quakers gave him the venue to bring their message to a modern audience. He did this predominantly through his own writings and lectures.
Overview Howard Haines’s autograph book contains five categories: Faculty, Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshman. Each entry includes basic information on members of these categories, except in the case of the faculty, which was left almost entirely blank. His composition book contains several essays concerning animals, historical and contemporary figures, national histories, and notes on several scientific and mathematical subjects.
Overview This collection is an assortment of academic papers from Hay's time at Haverford College. Topics of these papers include Shakespeare, early Greek philosophy, rugby, personal reflections, and immigration. Additionally, there is a script for a play, "Burial of '95", written by Hay.
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 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.