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WWC’s autobiography focuses on his Quaker family and Quakerism, his undergraduate days at Haverford College, a great deal on his travels, the world war, including Haverford College during the wars, areas of his interest and expertise, teaching, presidential years at Haverford and encounters with various people.
Miscellaneous biographical materials
WWC’s appreciation for teaching by Board of Managers of Haverford College, 1909. Text and related items from Lake Forest University on WWC’s award of LL.D., 1925 Photograph of WWC with HC alumni, class of 1894 in ca. 1944, some are identified as Alfred Busselle, E.M. Wilson and Francis J. Stokes
French topics, 1937? and undated
Friends’ stories for children
"General History of English Literature during the 18th and 19th Centuries." These are notes taken by WWC, class of 1894, while at a lecture by Dr. Francis B. Gummere in 1893-94. [On William Penn’s legacy.] [n.d.] “A Quaker Voyage in 1784” (Printed in Bulletin F.H.A., v. 42, 1953, p 91-97.) [On Dante] [n.d.] “A Chance for the Small College”, [1917?] [Expounds on the advantages of the small college over the large university]