The April 2013 issue of Library Resources & Technical Services features a photo of the class of 1887, which comes from Special Collections.
An interactive exhibit, opening Feb. 28 in the Sharpless Gallery of Magill Library, asks visitors to play detective and solve a 1699 murder mystery using holdings from Haverford's Special Collections.
Two scholars chosen for study in the Quaker Collection
Thursday, May 23rd, 2013
9:00Who Killed Sarah Stout?Who Killed Sarah Stout? http://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/232571/1369314000 Magill Sharpless Gallery 2013-05-23T09:00:00 2013-05-23T17:00:00
Friday, May 24th, 2013
9:00Who Killed Sarah Stout?Who Killed Sarah Stout? http://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/232571/1369400400 Magill Sharpless Gallery 2013-05-24T09:00:00 2013-05-24T17:00:00
Saturday, May 25th, 2013
9:00Who Killed Sarah Stout?Who Killed Sarah Stout? http://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/232571/1369486800 Magill Sharpless Gallery 2013-05-25T09:00:00 2013-05-25T17:00:00
2013 Gest Fellow Jonathan Sassi
Gest Fellow Jonathan D. Sassi is Professor of History at the College of Staten Island and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. His...
Talks by Geoffrey Plank on John Woolman
Geoffrey Plank, author of the new book John Woolman’s Path to the Peaceable Kingdom: A Quaker in the British Empire, will be giving a series of talk...
The Glass Slide Saga
After finishing up with meeting house photographs, postcards, etc., I moved on to glass slides featuring images of Quaker meeting houses. So the probl...
- Quakers in northeast Norfolk, England, 1690-1800
- Quaker brotherhood : interracial activism and the American Friends Service Committee, 1917-1950
- Waging peace : discipline and practice
- Uncle Tom's cabin, or, Negro life in the slave states of America
- Interreligiositat : die Suche nach der Einheit in der Vielfalt