Professor Reid's passport was confiscated because he was suspected of being a communist. These documents show his communication with the U.S. Department of State. Call Number: 910A Manuscripts Ira D. Reid Correspondence
A former Haverford student criticizes President Coleman for making the college less involved in politics. President Coleman wrote an article himself on the matter. Call Number: LD2218.6 .H41 (April 30, 1971)
President Cary and Professor Davidon react to Morrison's death in a column in the Haverford News. Morrison was a Quaker who set himself on fire in front of the Pentagon to protest the Vietnam War. Call Number: LD2218.6 .H4 (November 12, 1965)
Articles and responses in the Haverford News regarding a Navy Recruiter visiting the campus. The original column caused backlash from the campus regarding tolerance. Call Number: LD2218.6 H41 (October 1970)
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 section is Chapter 12.