The Quaker and Special Collections at Haverford College will close in December 2017 due to a building renovation project that will begin in February 2018 and last approximately fourteen months. The project will include a complete renovation of Quaker and Special Collections spaces. During that time, the collections will be inaccessible. We will make a further announcement about reopening dates as the plans develop. For those anticipating a need to use the collection, we encourage visits before December of 2017. Please contact us with questions and concerns at hc-special@haverford.edu.

Historians Against Slavery is a community of scholar-activists who contribute research and historical context to today's antislavery movements in order to inspire and inform activism and to develop collaborations that empower such efforts. Our agreed-upon definition of slavery is when people are forced to work against their will for the profit of others. Our motto is “Using History to Make...

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