Archibald MacIntosh papers
Scope and Contents
This collection contains two notebooks of Archibald MacIntosh. One contains notes about Snow Cornice project and a trip to Africa. The other contains notes about African scholarship programs in American universities.
- MacIntosh, Archibald (Person)
The collection is open for research use.
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Archibald MacIntosh was a 1921 graduate of Haverford College. He received a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1953. At Haverford, he was appointed director of admissions in 1932, vice president in 1942, and twice acting president in 1945-1946 and 1956-1957. He retired in 1965.
.25 Linear Feet (4 folders)
This collection contains two notebooks compiled by Archibald MacIntosh between the years 1946 and 1962, pertaining to African trips, scholarships for African students at American universities, and a Snow Cornice project related to mountaineering.
The volumes in this collection are arranged chronologically.
Processed by Sandra Glascock, completed July 2013. Revised by Madison Arnold-Scerbo; completed May, 2019.
- Archibald MacIntosh papers, 1946-1962
- Sandra Glascock
- July, 2013
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