Universities and colleges -- Pennsylvania -- Haverford
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Paul Willits Brown's diary covers the second half of his sophomore year, the summer between his sophomore and junior year, and the first semester of his junior year at Haverford College. Its contents include information concerning his academics, personal life, extracurricular and athletic activities, and various events on campus.
Scope and Contents The collection consists of biannual issues of the Founders Bell newsletter dated 1949-2014, several Haverford College Development Program reports and further correspondence, and posters pertaining to Founders Bell and HCDP.
Overview This collection contains materials collected and donated by Frank Evans, spanning the years of 1776 to 1978. Included within the collection are the letters, inventories, business documents, stories, geneological records, photographs and daguerreotypes of prominant Quaker families like the Smith, Evans, Carter, Cope, Waring, and Whiteall families.
Overview This collection contains correspondance between Janet Rodell, the wife of Fred Rodell, and Professor Loren Ghiglione in 1999 regarding Ghiglione's article referencing the late Fred. It additionally contains a manuscript of Rodell's "Storm Center: The Warren Supreme Court", and four audio tapes.
Overview Friends Historical Association is an organization that promotes research and publication on topics in Quaker history. Membership and editorial offices are located at Swarthmore and Haverford Colleges. Minutes of the organization after 1964 are at Haverford College.
Overview Joseph Passmore Elkinton's diaries record his experience at Haverford College from 1904-1908, including personal developments, extracurriculars, and academics.
Overview Jay Wesley Worrall Jr. (1916-2010) was born in Pennsylvania and graduated from Haverford College in 1937. During WWII, he served in the U.S. Army Signal Corps. In 1942, he married Carolyn Randal. After the war, he worked as a marketing manager and joined the Religious Society of Friends, a member of Reading Meeting. He served again in the military during the Korean War. He was an active participant in the civil rights movement and worked to assist prisoners in reentering society. After his...