History major Victor Medina del Toro '17 discusses his exhibit "Expanding the Universe: Astronomy and the Telescope" which is on view in Magill Library.
Sophie McGlynn ’18 welcomed students, faculty, and staff into the gallery to enjoy her Waging Peace: 100 Years of Quakers, Moral Quandaries, and a Quest for Justice—an exhibit of the American Friends Service Committee, which delves into the work of the Quaker pacifist organization and celebrates a century of its existence.
Nicholas Glisserman's History 276 class has created a pop-up exhibit featuring materials from Quaker & Special Collections.
Coordinator for Digital Scholarship Mike Zarafonetis welcomes volunteers at DataRescue Haverford.
Curator Sophie McGlynn '18 reflects on curating the exhibit "Waging Peace: 100 Years of Quakers, Moral Quandaries, and a Quest for Justice."
Newly uncovered evidence from Haverford’s Quaker and Special Collections reveals that a 1797 petition was an early example of interracial abolitionism, a trend historians typically associate with the period after 1830.
An exhibit about the Kinzua Dam curated by the students of Ecological Imaginaries.
An exhibit curated by the students of EALCH 335: Japanese Modernism Across Media.
A revisit to the diaries of Joshua L. Baily and Theodate L. Baily.
The DS Fellows Program is now accepting applications for the 2016-2017 academic year.
A look into Benjamin Banneker's 1793 Almanac.
Read about the Josiah P. Marvel scrapbook, in which Marvel compiled Nazi bureaucratic documents from his time traveling through Nazi occupied France during the summer of 1940.
A newly processed College Archive collection sheds light on one of Haverford’s first and longest student-run club, the Haverford Loganian Society.
The first in a series of news articles in which Kara Flynn highlights some of her favorite materials she has been working on this year in Special Collections.
Apply for Summer 2016 internships at the Libraries.
Carl Van Vechten: O Write my Name—Portraits of the Harlem Renaissance and Beyond, an exhibit drawn from the Haverford Fine Arts Photography Collection’s portfolio of 50 photogravures by the titular photographer, critic, and Gertrude Stein literary executor, opened Friday in Magill Library.
Recently cataloged maps from Special Collections are explored.
This month marks the sixth month of Quaker & Special Collections Project cataloger Kara Flynn's work on the CLIR Hidden Collections grant. With this milestone in mind, she decided to do a little recap of her work so far.
Haverford Libraries, in consultation with Assistant Professor of Linguistics Brook Lillehaugen, have made a major new acquisition: a second edition of a Zapotec catechism and a few other religious texts, published in Mexico in 1766
Students, professors, and authors convened to celebrate "Testimonies in Art & Action: Igniting Pacifism in the Face of Total War," the newest exhibition in the Sharpless Gallery
Students in Associate Professor Darin Hayton's 300-level history seminar discuss, in Special Collections, the country's first Quaker-run psychiatric hospital
Read about the latest discovery from Kara Flynn, Special Collections Project Cataloger
The mystery behind a publication for the Boston Meeting, the Boston Broad Brim, is revealed
The diaries and journals from the Quaker collection are finally cataloged, and finding aids for these collections can be found on the Quaker & Special Collections website
Those interested in the history of the Philadelphia Area and its Quaker inhabitants may enjoy a new addition to Haverford College’s Special Collections: The Potts family Papers
The program for sophomores and juniors is a collaboration of the Libraries, Writing Center, CCPA, and the OAR
In her second news item in the "Hidden Collections" series, Kara Flynn focuses on a few items within the Quaker collections that highlight the Quaker’s involvement in Native American rights.
An introduction by Kara Flynn, who will be working to catalog Quaker diaries, journals, commonplace books, and small manuscript collections as part of a CLIR grant.