Howard M. Teaf, "Haverford in Wartime"
Scope and Contents
The collection consists of a typed copy of an essay or speech by Howard M. Teaf entitled "Haverford in Wartime," discussing Haverford College's response to World War II and its aftermath. The document contains information on Haverford's Relief and Reconstruction Program as well as the Social and Technical Assistance Program.
- ca. 1960s
The collection is open for research use.
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Biographical / Historical
Howard M. Teaf was a professor of economics at Haverford College between 1932 and 1971. He taught microeconomic policy analysis in labor and corporation finance while at the College. He also served as a director of the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) and worked for the American Arbitration Association. He died in 1991 in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.
0.01 Linear Feet (1 folder)
The collection consists of a typed copy of an essay or speech by Howard M. Teaf entitled "Haverford in Wartime," discussing Haverford College's response to World War II and its aftermath.
The materials are arranged chronologically.
Processed by Alexa Horkava, completed October 2021
- Howard M. Teaf, "Haverford in Wartime"
- Alexa Horkava
- October, 2021
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