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Patrick Montero
Sunday, September 30, 2012

In the Collection: Indian Territory

In the Collection

This 1885 map of Indian Territory bordered by Texas, Arkansas, Missouri and Kansas was commissioned by Dr. Charles Kirk, who served as superintendent of the Friends Indian Mission. Part of the Quaker Collection, the large cloth map measures 60 inches by 40 inches, and was hand-colored by Quaker artist Marcus Mote.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Then & Now: Campus Visits Now

Then & Now: Campus Visits

Today, well over 15,000 prospective students and their families come to Haverford each year for campus tours conducted by a troupe of 30 student guides who volunteer for the Admission office.

Missed yesterday’s photo? See campus visits back “Then“.

Monday, September 24, 2012

Then & Now: Campus Visits Then

Then & Now: Campus Visits

With only 300-500 applicants each year, a visit by prospective students and their families in the 1950s often included an appointment with the college president, in this case Gilbert White.

Come back tomorrow to see campus visits “Now”.

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Unsurpassed Faculty

Haverford faculty model academic excellence through their scholarship and an ongoing commitment to compelling, effective instruction.

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Public Observing

Public Observing Night

September 20, 2012 — 8:15 p.m.
Strawbridge Observatory

Public viewing through Strawbridge telescopes, plus modest crafts for the enjoyment of the youngest guests in attendance. Observing will only take place if skies are clear. Event Details »