HC.Archives/HCS/HCS.003. Alumni Papers
Found in 103 Collections and/or Records:
The scrapbook contains materials concerning Morris's time at Haverford College and documentation surrounding reunions, alumni events, his classmates and professors, and other developments at Haverford. The autograph album includes the signatures, hometowns, and class years of members of Haverford present during Morris's collegiate years.
This collection contains notebooks with notes written by Samuel Morris during his time at Haverford College from 1842 to 1844. There is also one volume about a trip he took around Pennsylvania in 1838.
David Holder Nichols produced an autograph album of faculty and peers during his time at Haverford. The album contains many pictures and signatures of his graduating class. Nichols later went on to Harvard University and then became president of Everett.
Joseph Passmore Elkinton's diaries record his experience at Haverford College from 1904 to 1908, including personal developments, extracurriculars, and academics.
The collection contains letters written by Richard C. Paxson to his brother and sister about the funeral of Haverford College's first president, Joseph Gibbons Harlan, and his leisure time at Haverford.
The collection contains one songbook written by Walter Willits Pharo during his time at Haverford College (1871-1875). He compiled a number of songs during his time at the college before going on to become an iron manufacturer.
The collection contains a copy of "Knack and Knowledge", an essay by Edward Morrill Pope. It also contains materials pertaining to his death, including a classmate's recollection of him from 1935 and a written account of his death.
This volume is entitled the "Wm. G. Rhoads Autographs of the Officers and Students of Haverford School during Winter of 1855-6" and it contains the names, autographs, addresses, and dates of entry for administrators and students at Haverford College between 1855 and 1856.