Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 142 Collections and/or Records:
Overview This volume is a typed manuscript of "History of Haverford College Cricket" written by Archibald Hunter Graham in 1926. It recounts the history of cricket at Haverford College, listing students who were on the team and detailing some of the important matches. In the end of the volume there is a letter to J. Henry Scattergood from July 14, 1931 from C.M.M. (possibly Charles Chistopher Morrris, Class of 1904). The letter explains that C.M.M. is returning the History of Haverford College Cricket...
Overview The Francis Barton Gummere songbook and notebooks consists of three volumes of papers created by Gummere. There is a songbook created during his time at Haverford College in addition to his notebooks on Germanic life and the philosphy of Baruch Spinoza.
Overview The autograph album was created during Haines's time at Haverford College. The book contains signatures of his peers and professors from 1858. Haines left the College to later become a lieutenant for the 121st Regiment in the Pennsylvania Volunteers from 1862 to 1863.
Overview This album contains about ten entries of autographs that were pasted into a volume between 1868 and 1871. These entries contain people's names and sometimes the date and their college affiliation. Most of the entries in this album are song lyrics. At the bottom of the lyrics are names of Haverford students, the year the lyrics were added to the album, their graduation year, and their hometown.
Overview This collection consists of an album called "Names of boys at Haverford School Winter term 1851-1852" that includes names and addresses for students at Haverford College. Some entries also include their occupation.
Overview The collection contains a minute book (1890-1915) and a cash book (1899-1940) for the Haverford College Association, a group founded to "promote the interests of the students of Haverford College."
Overview There are three scrapbooks in the collection. The first (1896) deals primarily with the Haverford cricket team. The second (1905-1906) focuses on the Haverford football team, with additional clippings for Haverford cricket, relays, gymnastics, debate, and soccer, as well as clippings about general college happenings. The third (1906-1907) also focuses on Haverford football, including articles on football games, recruits, alumni activity, and pictures of members of the team.