Haverford College in the mid-1800s, Quaker-wise? What was it like? A farm, and where the students' families all knew each other?
Haverford in the 60s and early 70s? Pretty free spirited and rad and out there and exploratory, with a lot of bright and some hippie Quaker students, in part?
Haverford, which began in 1833, today, socioculturally?
A little more closed, and consumerist-minded, like the rest of the US, compared with the questioning of the 1960s, but still with a lot of smart and learning-oriented Quaker envisioning for a better world?
Pictures, videos and archives?
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Interesting Wikipedia article about Haverford here - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haverford_College - highlighting some rad elements today, and where related resources may be found as well.
Haverford College Arboretum