Exhibitions

"Walter Raleigh's History of the World and the Historical Turn of the Late Renaissance"

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Haverford College
Young Academic Alumni Lecture Series Talk by Nicholas Popper '99, Assistant Professor of History at the College of Wiliam and… view complete listing>>

Gather all nations & tongues: Rare & Unique Bibles from Haverford College

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Haverford College
As a collection of scripture sacred to both Judaism and Christianity, the bible is the most translated text in the… view complete listing>>

"ye Quackers doe here handel men": Confronting Slavery within the Society of Friends, 1676-1776

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Haverford College
The Society of Friends is rightly known for being the first corporate body in North America to fully condemn slavery,… view complete listing>>

Charles Darwin, Edward Drinker Cope, and the Evolution of the Natural Sciences at Haverford College

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Haverford College
When Charles Darwin proposed his theory of natural selection as the means by which organisms evolve, his solution was but… view complete listing>>

Seeing Through the Dark Woods: Lecture by Christian Dupont on Illustrations of Dante's Divine Comedy

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Haverford College
Lecture by Christian Dupont to accompany the exhibition, "L'arte d'alluminar: Illustrations of Dante's Divine Comedy from the Tri-Colleges" view complete listing>>

L'arte d'alluminar: Illustrations of Dante's Divine Comedy from the Tri-Colleges

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Haverford College
The imaginative vision embodied in Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy has inspired pictorial illustration since shortly after its first recounting in… view complete listing>>

Connecting Cultures: China & the Haverford Experience

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Haverford College
During Haverford's earliest days, China already played a role, as when its critical financial disaster was alleviated by a Quaker who… view complete listing>>
Haverford College
Quaker & Special Collections
370 Lancaster Avenue
Haverford, PA 19041
Phone: 610-896-1161

Academic Library. Quaker books and mss, 17th century to present, especially regarding Native Americans, civil rights and women's rights, Quakers in Japan; other rare books and manuscripts dating back to the 13th century; photographs and historic maps.

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