This scrapbook, compiled by Elliston P. Morris Jr., Class of 1922, features dance cards, programs from campus events, photos of faculty and fellow students, and newspaper clippings of Haverford athletic teams and world events, including the end of World War I and the first national election in which women could vote.
In the Collection
Haverford attracts intellectually curious, independent learners who value honesty, collaboration, and above all, new ways of seeing and improving the world.
As you perform real-world research and immerse yourself in hands-on learning, you'll work side-by-side with professors who are at the top of their fields.
Our mascot—the Black Squirrel—has a genetic adaptation that gives it a bold, black coat. Join our distinctive community and stand out from the pack with your fellow Haverfordians.
The new Bi-Co Pickling Team is spreading food-preservation skills and related conversations across the two campuses. The club co-heads hope the art of pickling is a way for students to grapple with food waste and preservation, urban food distribution, and more.