Author: Isaac Sharpless
Call Number: LD2213.S5
A history of Haverford College written by Isaac Sharpless at the end of his three decades as the college's President. For this unit, the relevant section is Chapter 8. (The eighth chapter mentions the Carnegie Pension Fund incident.)
Authors: Phillip C. Garrett and John G. Bullock
Call Number: LD2213.A4
A history of Haverford College. For this topic, the relevant chapters are, "A Storm Approaches (V), "Overwhelmed by Disaster"(VI), and "The Storm Subsides" (VII). The chapters cover the financial struggles of the college and its closing in 1845.
Board of Managers Minutes regarding the changing of the rules in order to allow Non-Friends who wanted a Quaker education into the school. (1846) Call Number:Minutes of the Board of Managers, 1837-1857. HCV R1 IA
Idea to accept Non-Friends into Haverford School presented to Board of Managers in order to solve financial issues and re-open the school. (1846) Call Number:Minutes of the Board of Managers, 1837-1857. HCV R1 IA
This history of Haverford College was published for the Sesquicentennial. Gregory Kannerstein, "Mr.Haverford", compiled the book, with most chapters being written by others. Relevant chapter for this topic is Chapter 1.