- .2 linear feet (1 volume)
- The scrapbook, also referred to as the 'memory book', begins in 1927, during Albert Vann Fowler's time at Haverford. It contains clippings and letters from notables of the day. Additionally, there are photographs of buildings and people on Haverford's campus. The scrapbook primarily covers the endeavors of the Liberal Club, of which Albert Vann Fowler was chairman. It documents the talks of numerous speakers who came to campus, addressing topics of socialism and anti-war. Photographs include a class photo, Lloyd Hall, the Observatory, Ryan Gymnasium, and the entrance to the college. Finally, there is an address book of friends and acquaintences with home addresses and commentary.
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