- Key of the mathematicksBy William Oughtred, who was a 17th century English mathematician credited with inventing the slide rule. A guide to arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and other areas of math that would be useful in practical applications like surveying and artillery.
- A treatise on surveying: containing the theory and practiceBy John Gummere. 1817 textbook containing an introduction to the mathematics of surveying along with relevant log and trig tables and illustrations of geometric ideas.

- J. Rendel Harris lecture notesBy James Rendel Harris, who was a Biblical scholar and teacher at Haverford. The collection contains eight volumes with Harris' lecture notes from his time teaching Mathematics at Cambridge. They include notes on Geometry and Algebra, Differential Calculus, Solid Geometry, Heat Electricity, Hydrostatics, Light and Sound, Astronomy and Dynamics of a Particle. The notes are fully handwritten and include definitions, diagrams and calculations of appropriate concepts.
- Robert Bowne Haines eclipse calculationsThe collection contains calculations of the eclipse of the sun for May 1854 created by Robert Bowne Haines in 1844 as part of his coursework at Haverford School (now Haverford College).
- Samuel Heaton mathematics notebookThis collection is comprised of the single volume of Samuel Heaton's mathematics notebook. The volume is handwritten, and titled "Mensuration of Superficies," which includes mathematical problems and geometric diagrams.
- Samuel Alsop mathematics notebookThis collection is comprised of the single volume mathematics notebook of Samuel Alsop. The notebook includes notes and mathematical diagrams for classes Alsop taught at Westtown School during the year 1855.
- Samuel Alsop Mathematical Analysis manuscriptThe collection contains a manuscript of mathematical analysis by Samuel Alsop.
- Samuel J. Gummere papersThe collection includes of Samuel J. Gummere's mathematics lectures at Haverford from 1864-1865.
- Gummere's Rule for Calculating an Eclipse of the SunThis collection contains a single article by John Gummere titled “Practical Rule for Calculating from the Elements in the National Almanac, the Circumstances of an Eclipse of the Sun, for a Particular Place,” and dated March 6, 1835.
- Mathematical Department private examination of the senior class, 1859The collection consists of materials pertaining to private examinations in mathematics for seniors in 1859 at Haverford College.
- Robert Louis Stevenson, Early Geometry Notebook and Book of VersesSingle volume of Robert Louis Stevenson's early poetry and geometry exercises.

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