Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
Howard Haines’s autograph book contains five categories: Faculty, Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshman. Each entry includes basic information on members of these categories, except in the case of the faculty, which was left almost entirely blank. His composition book contains several essays concerning animals, historical and contemporary figures, national histories, and notes on several scientific and mathematical subjects.
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.
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.
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.
This small volume contains autographs from faculty and students at Haverford College. It also includes newspaper clippings about marriages and deaths of people associated with Haverford College, and commencement ceremonies. Some of the autographs contain handwritten poems, and some quotes are in Greek.
The signature album of Margaret MacIntosh includes signatures on individual cards, a letter from the Diocese of the Arctic to the Helping Hands Sewing Circle, and a letter from the secretary of state in reference to MacIntosh's request for a signature.
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.
The signature album of Jehu and Sarah Newlin includes an inscription on the inside cover, which reads: "Jehu and Sarah Newlin, From their friends Susanna Midgley and Martha Carth. Torquay, 3/1/1887." Signatures are accompanied by dates and locations. locations include Torquay; Philadelphia; Damascus, Syria; Ramallah; London; Yorkshire; Alder, Oregon; Newberg, Oregon; Los Angeles, California; Pasadena, California; and Damascus, Ohio.