Biography and History

The University Land Records document the physical expansion of the University from its earliest period through the acquisition of large tracts of land in the 20th century, including the properties around Carnegie Lake and numerous farms. Early records document transactions with such Princeton University notables as Nathaniel FitzRandolph, John Witherspoon, Walter Minto, John and Richard Stockton, and John Maclean.

A portion of the papers relate to research conducted by Professor Gerald Breese for his book Princeton University Land, 1752-1984 (1986).

Source: From the finding aid for AC028

Biography and History

The College of New Jersey was initially chartered in 1746. The first classes were held in Elizabeth, New Jersey, in the parsonage of the president, the Reverend Jonathan Dickinson. Upon his death, the College moved to Newark, New Jersey, and was headed by the Reverend Aaron Burr, Sr. Since 1756, the College has been located in Princeton, New Jersey. For the first fifty years, nearly all College operations took place within Nassau Hall. Fires, fundraising difficulties, low student enrollment, and the Civil War challenged the vitality of the College in the early and middle nineteenth century, but the College grew vigorously under the leadership of President James McCosh, and it was renamed Princeton University in 1896. The Graduate School was established in 1900, although a limited graduate program had existed since the 1870s. Princeton enthusiastically supported the country (living up to its informal motto, “Princeton in the Nation’s Service”) during the First and Second World Wars, offering the expertise of faculty and campus space for training, as well as facilitating the early graduation of students so they could enlist. The post-World War II years brought dramatic changes to Princeton. The size and strength of the University’s facilities and academic programs—especially for the applied sciences and public policy—were increased dramatically. Under President Robert Goheen, Princeton began to admit minority students in greater numbers in the 1960s and admitted women undergraduates in 1969. Today, Princeton is widely regarded as one of the top universities in the world.

Class of 1772

Source: From the finding aid for AC104

Biography and History

Princeton University mounted an exhibition booth including photographs and information about the school at the Exposition Universelle Internationale de 1900, a world's fair held in Paris, France between April and November 1900.

Source: From the finding aid for AC372

Biography and History

Princeton University, then known as the College of New Jersey at Princeton, mounted an exhibition booth at the World's Columbian Exposition, a world's fair held in Chicago from May to October 1893. The exhibit included electrical apparatus designed by Dr. Joseph Henry and relating to the history of the telegraph, a tabletop model of the campus, portraits of the college Presidents, books by faculty and alumni, and photographs of the campus.

Source: From the finding aid for AC373

Biography and History

The Princeton University Bulletin, a quarterly publication edited by the president and members of the faculty, was published from 1889 to 1904. The Bulletin, which was known as the Princeton College Bulletin from 1889 to 1896, served both as a newsletter about major events and changes at the school and as a scholarly journal that published academic papers on a variety of subjects. There is no direct lineage between this publication and the currently published Princeton University Bulletin, which was started as the Princeton Weekly Bulletin in 1912.

Source: From the finding aid for AC377

Biography and History

The Princeton University Library has developed numerous collections of Latin American ephemera that are unique in their depth and scope. Privileging the popular voices of the region, the collections document numerous political and social movements, and a wide variety of key socioeconomic and cultural developments. Some particularly well-documented topics are grassroots organizing, human rights, electoral politics, indigenous issues, women and gender issues, youth, the environment, health, education, and religion. Types of primary materials collected include pamphlets, non-commercially produced and distributed serials, flyers, posters, working papers, government publications, and other non-traditional formats. Most of the documentation in the collections was produced after the mid 1960s by Latin American nongovernmental organizations of all types, interest groups, political parties, research institutes, and government agencies.

The intensive collecting of ephemera was initiated by Barbara Hadley Stein, the University's first Bibliographer for Latin America, Spain and Portugal (1966-1977). She sought to document some of the major political developments of the period, including the rise to power of military dictatorships, coup d'états, the institutionalization of the Cuban Revolution, and the popular responses to those developments. Her successor, Peter T. Johnson (1977-2003), expanded the geographic and thematic scope of the collections and systematized the process of organizing, cataloging, and preserving them. Intensive collecting in this area continues to this date.

Over the years, materials have been grouped and organized by country or region, and by topic or subject area. Once collections are fully organized, they are cataloged and microfilmed. A complete list of collections appears in the Guide to the Princeton University Latin American Microfilm Collection (Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 1993) and subsequent supplements. Many of the collections' finding aids are available online. Original print materials have been preserved in many cases.

Source: From the finding aid for LAE106


  • Partido Demócrata-Cristiano (Chile).
  • General Manuscripts Collection. 1765, 1836-1996 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC001

    The General Manuscripts Collection consists of manuscripts and small collections of papers and records which are related in some way to the history of Princeton University. While most documents in the General Manuscripts collection were produced by alumni or student organizations, there are several documents produced by trustees, faculty, and other members of the University community.

  • Andrew C. Imbrie Papers. 1895-1947 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC002

    The Papers of Andrew C. Imbrie, Class of 1895, (1875-1965) provide information on his undergraduate years, his service as an alumni trustee from 1907 until 1912 (including a period as Financial Secretary of the Princeton University Board of Trustees (1909-1912) during which he had charge of reorganization of the business management of the University leading to the creation of what became the Office of the Controller) and his family's genealogy.

  • Henry Burling Thompson Papers. 1889-1913 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC003

    The Papers of Henry Burling Thompson, Class of 1877, (1857-1935) consist of some 500 loose pieces of correspondence (much of it incoming letters), eight letterpress copy books, and one scrapbook of printed matter relating to the Princeton Endowment Fund campaign of 1919-1920. The loose letters are dated from 1906 through 1913, and all of them pertain to Princeton matters. The eight copy books contain copies of Thompson's outgoing correspondence in about 4500 pages, about 1200 of which deal with Princeton.

  • Roy Heath Class of 1954 Advisee Project Interviews. 1950-1979 (inclusive), 1950-1954 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC004

    Roy Heath was a member of the Princeton University class of 1939. He later served on the faculty as professor of psychology and was appointed director of a sweeping study of undergraduate education at Princeton, the results of which were published in The Reasonable Adventurer (1964). The collection comprises materials related to a study that Heath, a clinical psychologist, conducted on 36 members of the Class of 1954 during their years at Princeton.

  • John D. Davies Collection on Hobey Baker. 1908-1969 (bulk), 1908-1997 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC005

    The John D. Davies Collection on Hobey Baker, located in the University Archives, contains research materials gathered by Davies for the publication, The Legend of Hobey Baker (Little, Brown & Company, 1966). These papers contain correspondence, research notes, manuscript drafts, photographs and printed material pertaining to Hobey A. H. Baker's career as an athlete at St. Paul's Preparatory School, at Princeton University, and as a member of the American Expeditionary Force during World War I. Baker died in an airplane crash in 1918.

  • William K. Selden Collection on the History of Health Services at Princeton University. 1880-1991 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC006

    The William K. Selden Collection on the History of Health Services at Princeton University contains research materials gathered by Selden for the publication, The Heritage of Isabella McCosh (Princeton University Press, 1991). The collections contains drafts, comments on the drafts, photographs, manuscript notes and photocopies of documents made by Selden for the book.

  • Chalmers W. Alexander Letters. 1928-1932 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC007

    The Chalmers W. Alexander Letters contain correspondence from Chalmers Alexander (Princeton Class of 1932) to his mother during his attendance at Princeton University from 1928 to 1932. Approximately 500 letters were written during this time period; schedules, report cards, and church calendars are also included.

  • U.S.S. Princeton [C.V.L.-23] Collection. 1941-1990 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC008

    The U.S.S. Princeton [C.V.L.-23] Collection, located in the University Archives, contains research materials for the book, Carrier Down, by Marcia Clark in which the history of the U.S.S. Princeton is chronicled.

  • Willis M. Rivinus Papers on the Sally Frank case. 1979-1991 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC009

    The Willis M. Rivinus Papers contain research materials gathered by Rivinus documenting the legal case of Sally Frank v. Ivy Club, University Cottage Club, Tiger Inn and Trustees of Princeton University formally begun in February 1979 and continuing to the present. These papers contain correspondence, draft manuscripts of and notes for an article on the Frank Case, copies of legal briefs and newspaper clippings relating to discrimination in general and the Frank case in particular.

  • Veterans of Future Wars Collection. 1936-1947 (inclusive), 1936-1937 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC010

    The Veterans of Future Wars Collection, consists of materials dating from the organization's parodical foundation as a Princeton-based student movement in 1936 through its eventual petering-out in 1937. The materials beyond the organization's cessation of activities deal with the Veterans of Future Wars' short but emphatic existence. The collection consists primarily of correspondence of the National Council members (all Princeton University undergraduates), the organization's nation-wide Posts, and its various auxiliary support groups. Also included are speeches and debates, press releases, poems, plays and songs written for the organization, photographs of both official and personal nature, and newspaper clippings.

  • American Whig Society Records. 1785-1941 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC011

    The American Whig Society (1769-1941) served as a major political, debating, and literary force both on the Princeton campus and throughout the nation. The Whig records consist primarily of minutes, financial records, and correspondence of members.

  • Princeton Scientific Expeditions Collection. 1834-1995 (inclusive), 1834-1930 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC012

    The Princeton Scientific Expeditions Collection brings together original materials from the university archives that document the work of various scientific expeditions conducted under the aegis of Princeton University and its corporate predecessors. The connection with the university ranges from enterprises duly authorized in the trustees' minutes to expeditionary tasks that happen to have been carried out by members of the university faculty, often with little official notice of Princeton as an institution.

  • Princeton Alumni Publications, Inc. Editor's Records. 1895-1929 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC013

    The PAW is successor to the Alumni Princetonian, a weekly publication of the Daily Princetonian. In 1919 the Princeton Printing Company dissolved and printing of the PAW was taken over by the Princeton University Press. The PAW was a weekly magazine during the school year until changing to its current bi-weekly format in 1977. The magazine is now published during the academic year for alumni and professional staff of the University.

  • War Service Bureau Records. 1940-1949 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC014

    The records of the War Service Bureau include a wide range of documentation for Princeton men who served in World War II. Materials include biographical, military and school-related information, as well as correspondence between the students and Princeton University staff, faculty and students, and subject files for the War Service Bureau office.

  • Princeton Listening Center Records. 1939-1941 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC015

    The Records of the Princeton Listening Center (1939-1941) consist of transcripts of Axis and Allied propaganda broadcasts monitored by the Listening Center staff from November 1939 through May 1941 until the operations of the Center were taken over by the Federal Communications Commission of the United States government. Also included are subject and research files of the organization, as well as reports published by the members.

  • Cliosophic Society Records. 1789-1941 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC016

    The Cliosophic Society (1770-1941) was a political, literary, and debating society on the Princeton campus that played an important role in the development of the college and also the intellectual and social development of generations of Princeton students.

  • John and Robb Carson Letters. 1903-1908 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC017

    This collection contains the personal letters of John Renshaw Carson (1886-1940) and his twin brother Joseph Robb Carson (1886-1953) to their parents in Sewickley, Pennsylvania. The Carson letters provide a first hand account of life at Princeton University in the early twentieth century. The bulk of the letters were written when John and Robb were undergraduates at Princeton (Class of 1907). The letters of 1903 to 1904 contain the most detail about student life at the university.

  • Harrington DeGoyler Green Letters. 1906-1917 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC018

    This collection contains the personal letters of Harrington De Goyler Green (1891-1914) to his parents James Albert Green and Louise Coy Green of Peoria, Illinois and later of Cincinnati Ohio. The bulk of the letters were written by Harrington Green as an undergraduate student at Princeton University from 1908 to 1913 and provide a first hand account of student life at Princeton. Green sent-other letters from summer camp at Pointe au Baril, Ontario, Canada in 1906 and while vacationing in Europe during the summer of 1908. The collection also contains copies of written examinations given in various subjects; letters written by Green from New York City, as he sought employment in the spring of 1913; a book of Green's poems; and letters of condolence upon his sudden death in August 1914.

  • Eating Clubs Records. 1874-2010 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC019

    The Eating Club Records consist of manuscript and printed material from almost all the clubs. The records of individual eating clubs have been combined with material on Eating Clubs in general. This material includes correspondence, reports, minutes, financial statements, constitutions, and miscellaneous records. Printed material in the records consist of newspaper and magazine clippings, club membership books, and club histories.

  • Department of African American Studies Records. 1969-2015 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC020

    The Department of African American Studies at Princeton University is an academic department of Princeton University. The records consist of course proposals and descriptions, proposals for a post-doctoral program, and meeting minutes and correspondence of the interdepartmental committee as well as past versions of the department's website.

  • James Newman Collection on the Princeton University Eating Clubs. 1935-1992 (inclusive), 1958-1992 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC021

    This collection documents James Newman's efforts to establish the Princeton Prospect Foundation, a non-profit organization which adds an educational mission to the dining and social functions of the University Eating Clubs. James Newman proposed this plan via the Princeton Tower Club while he was chairman of the Graduate Inter-Club Council in 1958. The bulk of the collection includes correspondence and memorandum while Newman was president involving the Foundation and the Princeton Tower Club. Also included in the collection is correspondence with administrators at Princeton University concerning the Princeton University Eating Clubs, reports evaluating the role of the University Eating Clubs in undergraduate life, and material concerning Newman's work while chairman of the Graduate Inter-Club Council and his relations to the Council after his resignation.

  • Theatre Intime Records. 1919-2011 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC022

    The collection contains records of the Princeton University student-run theatre organization and includes correspondence, clippings, photographs, playbills, posters, scripts, designs, and promotional materials.

  • American Whig-Cliosophic Society Records. 1908-1999 (inclusive), 1928-1992 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC023

    The American Whig-Cliosophic Society (1941-present) is a literary, political and debating society which has had an important impact on the lives of generations of Princeton students. It provides students with both social alternatives and an opportunity to develop skills not emphasized by the University curriculum. The contents of the records were acquired between 1941 and 1993 in agreements between Princeton University and the American Whig-Cliosophic Society. The library initially cataloged some of these records into the P Collection. Subsequently, an attempt was made to organize some of these records in 1975, but it lacked certain archival necessities.

  • Benjamin Franklin Bunn Papers. 1919-1963 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC024

    The Benjamin Franklin Bunn Papers consist of financial, business and administrative records which Bunn maintained for many Princeton clubs and associations during his 50 years at Princeton University. The papers also contain correspondence with many Princeton and Phillips Exeter Academy classmates, Princeton administrators, and family members. The Triangle Club material contains letters from F. Scott Fitzgerald and notable members of stage and screen.

  • Keeper of Princetoniana Records. 1956-1981 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC025

    Described by University President William G. Bowen as a "cross between a curator, a ringmaster, and a storyteller," Frederic Ewing Fox was the only man to ever occupy the office of Keeper of Princetoniana at Princeton University. The collection consists primarily of Fox's correspondence with alumni, faculty, and administrators during his tenure as Keeper of Princetoniana.

  • Scrapbook Collection. 1843-1954 (inclusive), 1860-1920 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC026

    This collection contains scrapbooks created by Princeton students which document their social and academic activities while undergraduates.

  • Steve M. Slaby Papers. 1903-1990 (inclusive), 1950-1980 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC027

    Steve M. Slaby, professor of engineering at Princeton, 1953-1991, served as the second (and final) chair of the Graphics and Engineering Drawing Department, 1962-1968. Slaby was also one of the University's few political activists, opposing U.S. involvement in Vietnam and University investment in South Africa, and promoting student and faculty liberties.

  • University Land Records. 1752-1992 (inclusive), 1752-1860 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC028

    The University Land Records consist of deeds, mortgages, bonds, other legal papers, and maps concerning the acquisition, disposition, or description of University properties. The records document the physical expansion of the University from its earliest period through the acquisition of large tracts of land in the 20th century, including the properties around Carnegie Lake and numerous farms. A portion of the papers relate to research conducted by Professor Gerald Breese for his book Princeton University Land, 1752-1984 (1986).

  • Progressive Review Subject File. 1978-1993 (inclusive), 1989-1992 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC029

    This collection contains a compilation of material relating to student activism and the student publication the Progressive Review. The collection highlights the student body's campus and international awareness and documents the left-of-center perspective held by the Progressive Review and numerous students.

  • William K. Selden Collection on Eating Clubs. 1906-1994 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC030

    The William K. Selden Collection on Eating Clubs contains research materials collected by Selden for the publication, Club Life at Princeton; An Historical Account of the Upper-Class Eating Clubs at Princeton University. Selden donated the material to the Archives in 1994.

  • Inspector's Records. 1793-1857 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC031

    The Inspector's records consist of reports, receipts, vouchers, accounts and some correspondence concerning repairs to student rooms and other buildings. The receipts and vouchers are mainly from craftsman who conducted the repairs. Little information concerning individual students or their accounts can be found in these records. The position of Inspector was instituted in 1767 and apparently lasted until the mid-19th century at which time it merged into the Treasurer's Office.

  • Steward and Refectory Records. 1782-1869 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC032

    The Steward and Refectory records relate to various expenses incurred by students while at Princeton. They are divided into two series. The first, refectory accounts, consists predominantly of lists of students and the amounts due from each for itemized expenses including room and board, tuition, library, servant wages, washing, damages and fuel. Other materials include bills, various accounts and reports, an inventory of furniture belonging to the kitchen in 1816, and bills, accounts and reports relating to the building of a new refectory in 1834-35. The second series consists of accounts, vouchers, correspondence, receipts and statements of expenses relating to the University Steward. The 1869 Steward's file consists of a list of local boarding houses and the owners, student residents and payments.

  • Hikoichi Orita Diary. 1872-1876 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC033

    This photocopied two-volume diary was written by Hikoichi Orita (1849-1920), a Japanese student, while he attended Princeton University between 1872 and 1876. Upon his graduation from Princeton in 1876, Orita returned to Japan and became a leading educational reformer. There are entries, in English, for each day of his time at Princeton including accounts and bills paid monthly as well as memoranda written in Japanese. For the most part, the entries are brief, listing classes and recitations, visits to the chapel, letters from friends, the weather, and some personal notes such as visits with faculty and friends, illnesses and his loneliness. He also writes of travels to New York City, New Brunswick and New England, though, again, the entries are generally brief.

  • Phi Beta Kappa Records. 1896-1969 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC034

    The Princeton University Phi Beta Kappa Records consist of correspondence, reports, minutes, and other materials relating to the administration, membership, and finances of this organization.

  • Department of Grounds and Buildings Technical Correspondence Records. 1866-1988 (inclusive), 1930s-1940s (bulk).

    Call Number: AC035

    The Technical Correspondence Records, created by the Department of Grounds and Buildings, contain detailed information relating to the construction, maintenance, renovation, and demolition of buildings, and to the grounds and architects of Princeton University.

  • Society of the Claw Records. 1912-1940 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC036

    The Society of the Claw Records describe the brief history of an organization created by the Class of 1894. Society members pledged to attend Princeton reunions annually, either for five-year periods or during their lifetimes. Members received a charm for their watch chains which included a genuine tiger claw to remind them of their pledge. The Society's principal long-term accomplishment was the proposal and subscription of the bronze stars placed on university dormitories in memory of World War I war dead.

  • Lesbian Gay Bisexual Alliance Records. 1972-2007 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC037

    The Lesbian Gay Bisexual Alliance (LGBA), is the social and political organization for lesbian, gay, and bisexual students at Princeton University. The LGBA is the successor to the Gay Alliance of Princeton (GAP), Gay Women of Princeton (GWOP), the Lesbian and Bisexual Task Force (LBTF), and Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Princeton (GALAP). The records contain material regarding the LGBA's programs and its publications, as well as subject files assembled by the LGBA's officers and staff.

  • Nassau Hall Bible Society Records. 1813-1877 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC038

    The Nassau Hall Bible Society was a student religious organization at the College of New Jersey, active from 1813 through the 1840s and from 1864 through the 1880s. It distributed Bibles and New Testaments throughout New Jersey and across the country. These records contain minutes and financial records of the Society's work.

  • Arthur J. Horton Collection on Coeducation. 1968-1980 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC039

    In January 1969, Princeton's trustees voted to make the undergraduate college coeducational, breaking the 224-year tradition of an all-male student body. The Patterson Committee, made up of faculty and administrators, had studied and advocated the change. The one dissenting voice on the committee was Arthur J. Horton '42, the university's director of development; he wrote a minority report and became a rallying point for those opposing the move. Horton's collection of materials on coeducation contains his annotated copy of the committee's report, his memoranda to the committee's chair and university administrators, official university releases and letters to alumni, and newspaper clippings regarding the change and campus issues in general. A quarter of the collection is letters from alumni, some welcoming coeducation but most strongly opposed.

  • Autograph Book Collection. 1825-1884 (inclusive), 1848-1882 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC040

    This collection contains 219 autograph books from 192 members of classes between 1825 and 1884. The books were used to collect not only the autographs of classmates, but also good wishes, bits of favorite verse, letters of farewell, or reminiscences of shared events during undergraduate years.

  • Department of Facilities Records. 1803-2015 (inclusive), 1955-1981 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC041

    The Department of Facilities at Princeton University is responsible for the construction, maintenance, renovation, and financial management of the buildings and properties owned by the university. The Department of Facilities records document the daily activities of the department and its numerous divisions through blueprints, photographs, correspondence, memos, sketches, contracts, ledgers, tax returns, incorporation papers, by-laws, annual reports, financial statements, newspaper clippings, booklets, and meeting minutes.

  • Athletic Programs Collection. 1870-2008 (inclusive), 1889-1980 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC042

    This collection contains printed athletic programs for football, baseball, basketball, and ice hockey and other sports, with football predominant. The programs, especially the earlier ones, provide a sweeping view of Princeton's athletic history, documenting not only team statistics and scores, but the players, the venues in which the teams competed, social aspects of advertising, and the evolution of the various games.

  • Special Committee on the Structure of the University Records. 1967-1970 (inclusive), 1968-1969 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC044

    The 1960s was a tumultuous decade in the history of the United States. Prominent on a landscape of political assassinations, civil rights, and the fight for gender equality was the prolonged conflict in Vietnam. Although discontent was growing against the war in Southeast Asia, the largest and most vocal expression against America's involvement was compellingly articulated on college campuses throughout the nation. Author Thomas Powers notes that the war in Vietnam was, for America, "one of those things that come along once in a generation and call entire societies into question, forcing people to choose between irreconcilables." One of those irreconcilables, for the Princeton community of students and faculty, was their exclusion from university decisions that involved everything from university parietals to Princeton's association with the Institute for Defense Analysis (IDA). In response to student demonstrations and faculty protests, Princeton President Robert F. Goheen established the Committee on the Structure of the University to examine Princeton University's governance and explore how it could be more inclusive of the university community in making decisions. The Kelley Committee, as it came to be known, would be responsible for the introduction of perhaps the most sweeping administrative changes in the University's history and establishing the Council of the Princeton University Community (CPUC).

  • Historical Postcard Collection. circa 1890-1960 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC045

    The Historical Postcard Collection documents the buildings and environs of the Princeton University campus in the form of picture postcards. Featuring both monochrome and color postcards, the bulk of the collection ranges in date from 1900 through the 1960s. Both unmarked and canceled postcards exist in the collection. Several postcard makers are represented in these materials.

  • Bullock Princeton Football collection. 1947-1963 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC046

    Ralph Adams Bullock was a member of the Princeton University class of 1914 and a lifelong Princeton football fan. The Bullock Princeton Football collection consists of publications and clippings pertaining to Princeton University Football.

  • Historical Audiovisual Collection. 1912-2012 (inclusive), 1945-1996 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC047

    This collection contains more than 2,000 items, including film, videotapes, compact discs, audio cassette tapes, reel-to-reel tape, and record albums and covers a broad range of topics including classical music, alumni reunions, lectures, and interviews.

  • Alumni Organization records. 1826-2014 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC048

    The Alumni Association of Nassau Hall, Princeton's first official organization of alumni, was founded on commencement day 1826. The collection consists primarily of administrative materials such as correspondence, meeting minutes, notebooks and reports belonging to both national and regional associations and their committees, most from the first half of the 20th century. Also contains newsletters, alumni directories, scrapbooks, reunion-related ephemera, photographs, and materials documenting reunions and alumni organization activities from the late 19th century forward.

  • Department of History records. 1926-1996 (inclusive), 1926-1979 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC049

    From the time of the department's institution in 1924, history has typically been one of Princeton's most popular undergraduate concentrations, with the Department of History offering 40 or more undergraduate courses each year. The records consis of subject and faculty files, correspondence, departmental budgets, course syllabi, as well as records from several special projects.

  • "Old Nassau" Collection. 1859-1989 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC051

    This collection contains early scores and lyrics to Princeton University's alma mater "Old Nassau" as well as information about the song and the men who created it.

  • Lecture Notes Collection. 1772-1990 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC052

    This collection contains over 600 sets of student notes taken from lectures given by members of Princeton's faculty. They represent the broad range of courses taught at Princeton University (known as the College of New Jersey prior to 1896) and include the works of numerous famous faculty and students.

  • Memorabilia Collection. 1782-2011 (inclusive), 1866-1997 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC053

    This collection contains over 1,800 items including mugs, pipes, canes, banners, hatbands, pins, jewelry, and other material collected by many individuals that document reunions, sporting events, student traditions, and other aspects of University life.

  • Course Examinations Collection. 1833-1998 (inclusive), 1871-1967 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC054

    The course examinations collection consists of examination questions administered to applicants, undergraduates, and graduate students at Princeton University.

  • Orange Key Guide Service Records. 1953-2009 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC055

    Orange Key is a volunteer student organization that provides campus tours. The collection consists of records that document the activities of the Orange Key Guide Service, including tour routes, lists of tour guides, guide selection information, subject files, training materials, and procedure manuals, as well as a card index of buildings, inscriptions, sculptures, and other physical gifts donated to the University assembled by Orange Key Office as a reference for campus tour guides.

  • Princeton Music Collection. 1849-2009 (inclusive), 1894-1941 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC056

    This collection contains various songbooks printed for Princeton University including bound volumes and small booklets. Among the former is a nearly complete series of the Carmina Princetonia. There is also a second series dedicated to sheet music comprising various songs written for Princeton University, including many pieces written by alumni.

  • Department of Mathematics Oral History Project records. 1984-1985 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC057

    Princeton University's Department of Mathematics, founded in 1904 under the chairmanship of Henry Burchard Fine, saw the development of a unique mathematical community in the 1930s that was unlike any other in America before that time and perhaps afterwards, and that had important consequences for American mathematics. The collection consists of written transcripts of 42 interviews with surviving faculty and students of the mathematics community in Princeton in the 1930s, as well as recordings of the interviews, microfilm of interview transcripts, background information on the project, and an archived website that was created in 1999 to provide online access to the interview transcripts and related information.

  • Historical Photograph Collection: Alumni Photographs series. 1748-1940 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC058

    The Historical Photograph Collection: Alumni Series consists of formal portraits of Princeton University alumni arranged chronologically by class year.

  • Historical Photograph Collection: Faculty Photographs series. circa 1870-1999 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC059

    The Historical Photograph Collection: Faculty Photographs series consists of photographs of Princeton University faculty and some staff, arranged alphabetically by the individual's last name.

  • Special Committee on Sponsored Research Records. 1965-1972 (inclusive), 1970-1971 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC060

    The Council of the Princeton University Community (CPUC) established the Special Committee on Sponsored Research (SCSR) in May 1970 to recommend policy regarding often conditional outside funding for research projects at the University. The committee was informally called the Kuhn Committee after its chairman, Professor Thomas S. Kuhn. The collection is comprised of materials collected and maintained by the chairman and his research assistant. Included are files intended for the committee's research purposes (Series 4 through 7), the chairman's personal committee files, a collection of reports and other committee output, and administrative documents and correspondence.

  • Historical Photograph Collection, Student Photograph Albums. 1851-1938 (inclusive), 1860-1920 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC061

    The Student Photograph Albums Series of the Historical Photograph Collection (HPC) contains 163 photographic albums created by Princeton University students. These albums, along with the other photograph collections in the University Archives, help document the experiences of students, faculty, and staff at Princeton University. The albums date from 1851 to 1938, although the bulk date from the 1860s to the 1910s. New accessions are added regularly to the collection.

  • Princeton University Architectural Presentation Boards. 1929-2005 (inclusive), 1971-2001 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC062

    This collection contains presentation boards related to the design, construction, renovation and expansion of Princeton's grounds and buildings. In addition, the boards include those used for planning purposes, student housing strategies, insurance purposes and recording of features such as fallout shelters, and electrical feeders. The boards primarily include floorplans, artistic renderings, elevations and campus footprints.

  • Princeton Cooperative School Program Records. 1958-1977 (inclusive), 1963-1966 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC064

    The records of the Princeton Cooperative School Program document the history of this summer program for disadvantaged youth held at and administered by Princeton University.

  • Historical Photograph Collection, Lake Carnegie Construction Photographs. circa 1905-1907 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC065

    The Lake Carnegie Construction Photographs of the Historical Photograph Collection contains 479 dry gelatin glass plate negatives measuring 5 x 7 inches that document the construction of Lake Carnegie in Princeton, NJ. There are also 314 black and white paper prints developed at approximately the same time the glass plate negatives were made, 38 amateur photographs, and the 36 original glass plate negative boxes. The negatives and prints date from circa 1905 to 1907, with the bulk dating from 1905 to 1906. As a part of this project, funded in part by the New Jersey Historical Commission, archival contact prints (5 x 7 inches) of each negative have been created for research use and photo duplication. In addition to the glass plate negatives, original prints, and contact prints made from these negatives, there are 38 photographs taken from March through May 1905, early in the project, before any construction work had begun. These are amateur photographs, most likely taken with a Kodak Brownie camera. While many of these images are faded and soiled with fingerprints, many of the subjects are identified. There are also 7 amateur photographs and two photograph albums of unknown or uncertain provenance.

  • Historical Photograph Collection: Individuals series. 1861-1993 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC067

    The Historical Photograph Collection: Individuals series consists of photographs of notable visitors to Princeton University, as well as some photographs of University staff.

  • Annual Reports to the President. 1940-2015 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC068

    The President of the University is charged with the general supervision of the interests of the University and with special oversight of the departments of instruction. This collection consists of the collected reports to the President prepared annually by each academic department and administrative office.

  • Admiral Caspar Frederick Goodrich papers on the Princeton University Naval Training Unit. 1918-1920 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC069

    Rear Admiral Casper Frederick Goodrich was the commander of the Naval Training Unit and the Pay Officers Material School established at Princeton University in 1917. The records consist of Goodrich's correspondence and program records pertaining to the administration of the Naval Training Unit at Princeton University.

  • Princeton University Doctoral Dissertations. 1877-2010 (inclusive), 1950-2010 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC100

    The dissertations represent doctoral work in over forty graduate departments. They date from 1877 to the present and they are arranged chronologically.

  • Master's Theses Collection. 1894-2010 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC101

    Graduate work in a formal sense emerged at Princeton in the 1870s when President James McCosh added new faculty and graduate fellowships. This collection consists of theses submitted toward the fulfillment of requirements for master's degrees at Princeton University.

  • Senior Thesis Collection. 1926-2011 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC102

    Since its introduction in the mid-1920s the senior thesis has been a core element of the undergraduate curriculum at Princeton University. The collection contains the senior theses of Princeton undergraduates.

  • Woodrow Wilson School Policy Seminar Papers. 1930-2016 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC103

    The undergraduate Policy Seminar is one of the defining elements of the academic curriculum of Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. The records consist of the final reports, as well as some syllabi and course materials from the policy seminars and a short-lived graduate-level program from the 1960s.

  • Graduate Alumni Records. 1839-2015 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC105

    The records consist of the academic files of former graduate students of Princeton University. The information contained in each file varies greatly but can include grades cards, Graduate School applications, a photograph of the student, letters of recommendation, as well as biographical information, lists of achievements, news clippings, and obituaries.

  • Honorary Degree Records. 1749-1991 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC106

    Consists of files pertaining to honorary degree recipients throughout Princeton University's history.

  • Faculty and Professional Staff files. 1764-2014 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC107

    Princeton University's dean of the faculty is the senior administrator responsible for the quality and well-being of the faculty and professional staffs of the university. The collection consists of personnel files for nearly every individual at one time employed as a member of Princeton University's faculty or professional staff.

  • Princetoniana Collection. circa 1870-2009 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC108

  • Historical Subject Files Collection. 1746-2016 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC109

    The Historical Subject Files Collection documents Princeton University history and related topics from 1746 to the present. The collection consists of documents in almost every two-dimensional format: articles, books and booklets, clippings, correspondence, memoranda, non-photographic images, notes, pamphlets, posters, and reports.

  • Princeton University Library Collection of Historical Subject Files, Grounds and Buildings. 1802-1994 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC110

    The Princeton University Library Collection of Historical Subject Files, Grounds and Buildings contains information relating to the buildings, grounds, and architects of Princeton University. The collection also includes information on the development of the campus and the various chronologies of construction and land acquisition that have been gathered.

  • Historical Photograph Collection, Grounds and Buildings Series. circa 1726-1989 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC111

    The Grounds and Buildings Series of the Historical Photograph Collection contains photographs of the grounds and buildings owned by Princeton University. The photographs date from the late 1850s to the present, with the bulk of the photographs dating from the 1870s to the 1940s.

  • Historical Photograph Collection, Campus Life Series. circa 1850-2010 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC112

    The Campus Life series contains photographs documenting aspects of life as experienced by students, faculty, and staff at Princeton University.

  • Princeton University Commencement Records. 1748-2016 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC115

    The Commencement Records contain programs, bulletins, announcements and newspaper clippings which document commencement activities from 1763 to the present. All files are arranged chronologically by year. In addition there are separate series consisting of bound programs, electrical broadcast transcriptions, bound commencement notices, oversize material, and audio recordings of various commencement, class day, and baccalaureate activities.

  • Office of the Registrar Records. 1802-2015 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC116

    The Office of the Registrar is the administrative office of Princeton University responsible for the collection and maintenance of the academic records of the student body, as well as the establishment of course and examination schedules and the collection of fees related to matriculation and registration. The records contain the academic records of individual students, subject files on topics related to admissions and matriculation, statistical reports, and other official documents issued by the Office of the Registrar.

  • Office of the President Records : Jonathan Dickinson to Harold W. Dodds Subgroup. 1746-1999 (inclusive), 1830-1869 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC117

    This collection contains records relating to Princeton University presidents from Jonathan Dickinson, who served in this capacity from 1746 to 1747, to Harold W. Dodds, whose tenure spanned the period from 1933 to 1957. It brings together both primary and secondary materials pertaining to individual presidents as well as the office of the president itself. The Princeton University Presidents' Records document the lives and accomplishments of each president with varying completeness, as well as the functions of their office.

  • Office of Dean of the Faculty Records. 1781-2015 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC118

    Princeton University's dean of the faculty is the senior administrator responsible for the quality and well-being of the faculty and professional staffs of the university. In the past, the office has been responsible for matters ranging from student discipline to undergraduate academic life and the curriculum. This record group consists of the files of the faculty, the dean, the office, and its staff. In addition to the office's subject files, the collection includes the records of faculty meetings, faculty and University committees, and the personnel files of faculty, senior staff, and trustees.

  • Board of Trustees Records. 1746-2016 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC120

    This collection provides the most basic source of information about Princeton University's governing body. In addition to minutes of the Trustees' meetings, the collection contains related papers and reports, organized according to purpose.

  • Alumni and Faculty Offprint Collection. circa 1800-1997 (inclusive), 1915-1955 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC121

    This collection consists of offprints of articles written by Princeton alumni and faculty; however, in some instances the articles are written about an individual alumni or faculty member. The offprints generally consist of journals, published articles, speeches, lectures, sermons, memorials, and articles from scientific journals and magazines.

  • Triangle Club Records. 1883-2016 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC122

    The Triangle Club Records consists of records of the Club and its predecessor, the Princeton College Drama Association, for productions performed by these organizations from 1883 to the present. Materials include correspondence, playbills, scripts, scores, newspaper clippings, posters, scrapbooks, and photographs as well as audio-visual recordings.

  • Princeton University Library Records. 1734-2015 (inclusive), 1952-1995 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC123

    The Princeton University Library is one of the foremost university libraries in the world. With collections totaling over 12 million volumes, manuscripts, and nonprint items spread across fifteen buildings, the Princeton University Library system serves not only the Princeton University community but the world at large. The Princeton University Library Records consist of the files of the University Librarian and other Library administrators and departments, as well as of the Friends of the Princeton University Library. Materials in the record group include correspondence, reports, publications, clippings, minutes, press releases, proposals, statistics, photographs and other audiovisual materials, and microfilm. The records document the Library's day-to-day operations as well as its involvement with other departments on campus, other college and university libraries, and library users.

  • Pyne-Henry Collection. 1747-1947 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC125

    The Pyne-Henry Collection is a diverse group of documents, letters and writings relating to Princeton University, covering an array of topics primarily concerning student life and administrative activities. The collection consists of letters, essays and orations, reports, memoranda, minutes, proclamations, accounts and class lists, and other documents written by students, faculty and administrators which, along with other administrative records and Trustee Minutes, constitute the earliest records and documentary history of the University. Most of these papers and records were amassed by Princeton alumni Moses Taylor Pyne (Class of 1877) and Bayard Henry (Class of 1876) during the latter half of the nineteenth century.

  • Princeton Alumni Weekly Photograph Collection. circa 1968-2001 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC126

    This collection contains images used or considered for use by the publication the Princeton Alumni Weekly. The photographs are generally black-white glossy 8x10 prints; however, 5x7 prints are also found within the collection. The photographs are arranged in general topics, and then alphabetically within each subject. New accruals are added on to the end of the collection and maintained in the order in which they were transferred.

  • Graduate School Records. 1870-2015 (inclusive), 1890-1995 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC127

    The Graduate School at Princeton offers masters and doctorate programs in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and engineering. The Graduate School Records consist of minutes, correspondence, reports, writings, applications, surveys, and memoranda, as well as forms, course listings, and information on examinations and fees.

  • Office of the Treasurer Records. 1754-2009 (inclusive), 1939-2006 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC128

    The Office of the Treasurer is Princeton University's administrative office charged with the coordination and execution of the receipt, disbursement, custody, and safeguarding of the financial assets and resources of the University. The Office of the Treasurer records document the custodianship of Princeton University's finances and contain correspondence, annual reports, budgets, audited statements, and other finance-related materials which are related to the University's assets, investments, cash flow, and spending practices.

  • Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs Records. 1847-2007 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC129

    Founded in 1930 as a cooperative enterprise of the History, Politics, and Economics Departments of Princeton University at the undergraduate level, the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs has since grown into one of the nation's foremost centers for professional public policy education, offering degrees on both the undergraduate and graduate level and contributing original research in a wide variety of fields related to public and international affairs. The records document the school's founding and development and include correspondence, subject files, publications, and audiovisual materials.

  • Princeton University Class Records. 1798-2015 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC130

    The Class Records consist of a diverse set of materials documenting the history and activities of Princeton University classes during their time as undergraduates and as alumni. In the collection are correspondence, newsletters, publications, photographs, and memorabilia, all of which pertain to a particular Princeton University graduating class and its members.

  • McCarter Theatre Records. 1928-2007 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC131

    The McCarter Theatre was conceived as a permanent home for the Princeton University Triangle Club. McCarter began as a booking theater but ultimately moved into producing its own performances. The McCarter Theatre records document the history of the McCarter Theatre, including administration, performances and productions, and the building itself.

  • Office of Research and Project Administration Records. 1938-2015 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC132

    The Office of Research and Project Administration acts as coordinator for all grants sought by the University, and also ensures the conformance of University practice with governmental regulations. The collection consists of annual reports, board minutes, policies, and interoffice correspondence of ORPA. Additionally, it contains files assembled for large-scale university research projects such as the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, as well as on research-related issues such as the use of human subjects and biosafety.

  • Physics Department Records. 1909-2015 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC133

    The records of the Physics Department document the scientific and teaching activities of Princeton University physicists from 1909 to 1962. While routine activities such as the hiring of faculty and the education of graduate and undergraduate students are recorded, these records also detail the Department's activities in early studies of theoretical physics, as well as its participation in World War II research activities. There is also a small amount of material that documents Milton White's efforts toward builing the cyclotron (1936).

  • Department of English Records. 1872-2003 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC134

    The papers of Princeton University's English Department document the many varied aspects of one of Princeton's largest academic departments. With some writings that pre-date the Department's formal establishment in 1904, the collection includes faculty meeting and sub-committee minutes; faculty personnel papers and correspondence; the papers of many prominent faculty members, which include class lectures, syllabi, and original scholarship; records of departmental majors; student work; and scrapbooks of publicity and memorabilia about the Department, its faculty, staff, and students, both undergraduate and graduate.

  • Princeton University Student Christian Association Records. 1855-1967 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC135

    The Student Christian Association and its predecessors were the dominant religious organizations at Princeton University for almost a hundred and fifty years. The Philadelphian Society, founded by a small group of students in 1825, was the quasi-official campus religious agency by the beginning of the twentieth century. In 1930 the Student-Faculty Association (SFA), organized by the Dean of the Chapel, took over the Society's programs, focusing on community service. In 1946 the Student Christian Association (SCA) replaced both the Society and the SFA, coordinating both religious and community service activities in campus. The Student Volunteers Council succeeded the SCA in 1967.

  • Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students Records. 1907-2015 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC136

    The Dean of Undergraduate Students, formerly known as the Dean of Students and the Dean of Student Affairs, is the University’s administrative office charged with oversight of undergraduate residential life, extracurricular activities, and student discipline. The Dean of Undergraduate Students records contain correspondence, memos, and meeting minutes, as well as the financial records of student organizations.

  • School of Architecture Records. 1935-2015 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC137

    The School of Architecture, previously known as the School of Architecture and Urban Planning, is Princeton University's academic unit dedicated to the teaching and study of architecture and related topics. The records include subject files, correspondence, course descriptions, and other administrative materials, as well as records from the Bureau of Urban Research and its successor, the Research Center for Urban and Environmental Planning.

  • Princeton University Diploma Collection. 1749-1998 (inclusive), 1749-1926 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC138

    Since its first class of six graduates and one honoree in 1748, Princeton University has awarded over 80,000 diplomas. This collection contains 213 original diplomas and photostats, including executed diplomas as well as blank, sample or spoiled diplomas.

  • Department of Geological and Geophysical Sciences Records. 1880-1994 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC139

    Established in 1904 as the Department of Geology, the Department of Geological and Geophysical Sciences (now known as the Department of Geosciences) has grown become the center for the study of Earth, atmospheric, oceanographic, and environmental sciences at Princeton. The records document the department from its 19th century origins to the recent past with departmental files, faculty files, faculty meeting minutes and visual materials.

  • Department of Art and Archaeology Records. 1882-1991 (inclusive), 1925-1981 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC140

    The Art and Archaeology Department is one of the University's most distinguished academic departments, responsible for the education of students on the graduate and undergraduate level as well as the administration of the Princeton Art Museum. This collection consists of the records of the Department of Art and Archaeology, which include advisory council minutes; faculty files; gift records; correspondence; recommendations; project files; course lists; historical documents; and lists of images used in classes.

  • Sesquicentennial Celebration Records. circa 1887-1993 (inclusive), 1894-1904 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC141

    The collection consists of materials relating to the three-day Sesquicentennial Celebration in October 1896, at which the College of New Jersey became Princeton University. In addition to ephemera and printed material distributed at the celebration, the collection includes a typescript draft of President Francis Landey Patton's sermon, sesquicentennial memorial books, a published sketchbook, official congratulations from other institutions, and press releases and newspaper clippings reporting the events.

  • Department of Biology Records. 1892-1997 (inclusive), 1910-1969 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC142

    The study of biology began at the College of New Jersey with the appointment in 1830 of botanist John Torrey into a part-time faculty position; it expanded with the formation of the School of Science in the 1870s; and was established as a department in 1904. The collection primarily consists of the records of the Department of Biology assembled during the tenures of Department Chairmen Edwin G. Conklin and Elmer Butler. Included are correspondence, general subject files, and records pertaining to grants, research endowments, publications, and administrative matters such as budgets and staffing. Also includes sponsored research reports and student grade cards.

  • Council of the Humanities records. 1935-1970 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC143

    The Council of the Humanities was founded in 1953 at Princeton University to foster teaching, research and intellectual exchange. Consists of materials collected and generated by the Council of the Humanities, including materials pertaining to the Ford Foundation Project.

  • Office of the Dean of Religious Life and the Chapel Records. 1906-2015 (inclusive), 1920-1981 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC144

    The religious interests of members of the University are served through the offices of the Dean of Religious Life and the Chapel, which work with chaplains of different denominations and faiths on a variety of activities. The Dean of the Chapel records document the activities of the Office and the Chapel and include former dean files, historical material, minutes, and marriage, birth, baptism, and death records as well as adminsitrative files and programs of services and concerts.

  • Committee on Safety and Insurance records. 1945-1961 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC145

    The Committee on Safety and Insurance was an administrative organization that dealt with occupational safety and insurance issues throughout University facilities and departments. The records consist of Commitee minutes, accident reports, insurance policies, general subject files, and correspondence.

  • Joseph Raycroft Papers. 1888-1953 (inclusive), 1992 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC146

    Joseph Edward Raycroft was Princeton University’s Chairman of the Department of Health and Physical Education. The Papers contain correspondence, writings, press-releases, reports, newspaper clippings, photographs, and memorabilia documenting Raycroft’s personal life and career. Also included are library catalog lists and other material related to Raycrofts Library of rare books and memorabilia

  • Bicentennial Celebration Records. 1944-1947 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC148

    The Princeton University Bicentennial Celebration was a year-long series of events that began on September 22, 1946 with a sermon delivered by Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, in the University Chapel and ended with an address by President Truman in front of Nassau Hall at the June 17, 1947 Concluding Bicentennial Convocation. The Bicentennial Celebration Records contain correspondence, writings, speeches, press-releases, pamphlets, reports, newspaper clippings, tickets, transcripts, watercolor and pencil sketches and various other materials documenting the 1946-1947 Princeton University Bicentennial Celebration.

  • Office of the Dean of the College Records. 1919-2015 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC149

    The Office of the Dean of the College is charged with overseeing undergraduate admission, curriculum, and academic development. The records document the work of the Dean of the College and the office staff, as well as faculty, students, alumni, and trustees whose work and interests have fallen under the domain of the Office of the Dean of the College. This record group contains annual reports, meeting minutes, departmental records, and correspondence.

  • Department of Music Records. 1932-2015 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC151

    Since 1935 Princeton University's Department of Music has offered courses in composition, music history, and related areas to students at the graduate and undergraduate level. The records of the Department of Music document the department's wide range of activities including teaching, research, curriculum development, and the planning of music-related programs on campus.

  • Admission Office Records. 1854-2005 (inclusive), 1922-1998 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC152

    The Admission Office has determined who should be allowed to enroll as undergraduates at Princeton University since 1922. The actual composition and the desired composition of each class have been contentious campus issues since the introduction of selective admission. The debates over the value of recruiting and admitting alumni sons, war veterans, athletes, disadvantaged students (especially racial minorities), and women are reflected in the records of the Admission Office. This collection includes a number of reports and minutes, some of which are restricted, news clippings and releases about Princeton admission, historical materials, and a series of Admission Office publications.

  • Office of Physical Planning Records. 1869-1994 (inclusive), 1946-1994 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC154

    The Office of Physical Planning was the division of Princeton University's Department of Facilities charged with oversight of the construction of new buildings on campus and alterations to existing structures. The records consist of office files and architectural drawings in a variety of formats.

  • Astrophysical Sciences Department Records. 1835-1988 (inclusive), 1867-1966 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC157

    The papers of the Astrophysical Sciences Department represent the original observation records, correspondence, and teaching documents of Princeton astrophysicists from 1835 to 1988.

  • Junior and Senior Orations Collection. 1835-1942 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC160

    Consists of programs for orations given at commencement, oration contests held by the American Whig and Cliosophic Societies, and other orations given on campus. The programs generally contain the date of the orations, lists of participants, and the subjects to be covered.

  • Office of the Controller Records. 1769-2004 (inclusive), 1921-2004 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC161

    Established in 1920, the Office of the Controller is responsible for the preparation of the University's annual audited financial statements, as well as financial and tax reports to several government agencies including the Internal Revenue Service. Consists of records produced by the Office of the Controller that document University financial matters.

  • School of Engineering and Applied Science Records. 1884-2015 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC162

    Princeton University's School of Engineering and Applied Science is an academic unit which since 1921 has overseen the curriculum and administration of the University's academic departments in the engineering sciences. The records document the activities of the School of Engineering and its subordinate departments and programs from its origins in the late 19th century until the present, and consist of correspondence, subject files, research reports, photographs, and other audiovisual materials.

  • Historical Photograph Collection, Student Photographers Series. circa 1888-1891 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC163

    The Student Photographers Series of the Historical Photograph Collection (HPC) contains photographs taken by Princeton University students in the late nineteenth century. These photographs comprise candid shots of fellow students, events, and images of the Princeton campus and town.

  • Department of Near Eastern Studies Records. 1933-2004 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC164

    The Department of Oriental Studies was formed at Princeton University in the spring of 1927 as the Department of Oriental Languages and Literature. It offered an interdisciplinary curriculum centered on the study of the Arabic, Turkish, and Persian languages and the regions in which they were spoken until 1969, when it was reorganized into the separate Departments of Near Eastern Studies and East Asian Studies. The records consist of correspondence, memoranda, printed materials, course syllabi, and other materials which document the activities of the department and it's faculty inside and outside of the classroom.

  • Brooks Bowman Papers. 1914-1971 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC165

    Brooks Bowman '36 is best remembered as the composer of the songs "East of the Sun (and West of the Moon)" and "Love and a Dime." The Brooks Bowman Papers consist of correspondence and photographs that document his school years and his foray into the music industry. The bulk of the papers consist of Bowman's correspondence with his mother, sister, and numerous friends.

  • Department of Politics Records. 1921-1978 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC166

    The Department of Politics at Princeton University is one of the University's largest academic departments, offering undergraduate and graduate courses touching on nearly every aspect of the discipline of political science. The Department of Politics records document the activities of the Department of Politics and its faculty from the time of its founding in 1924 until the mid-1960s, and contain correspondence, course syllabi and notes, examinations, and subject files.

  • H. Hubert Wilson Collection on the Princeton University Department of Politics. 1924-1977 (inclusive), 1967-1977 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC167

    H. Hubert Wilson was a professor in Princeton University's Department of Politics from 1943-1977. The collection consists primarily of published sources on topics of interest to Wilson, as well as materials originating in Wilson's teaching at Princeton, and drafts of a publication titled "This Isn't Princeton".

  • Office of Communications Records. 1917-2015 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC168

    The Office of Communications is Princeton University's administrative department with oversight of media relations and publicity, official publications, web site design and development, and photographic services. The Office of Communications Records consist of subject files and photographs created by the office, some going back to the 1920s, when the first Director of Public Relations was appointed.

  • University Research Board Records. 1925-1997 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC169

    The University Research Board, which consists of six faculty members from different departments, is an advisory committee to the president on all research conducted at Princeton University. The collection consists of University Research Board meeting minutes, annual reports, correspondence between members, and some subject files, as well as the memos and correspondence of Raymond J. Woodrow, executive officer and secretary of the Committee on Project Research and Invention, predecessor to the University Research Board.

  • Princeton University Women's Organization Records. 1973-1978 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC172

    The Princeton University Women's Organization (PUWO) was formed in the winter of 1972 to provide a body through which the women of Princeton University community (employees and students) could monitor and discuss issues related to employment and student life. Consists of clippings, correspondence, reports, and studies pertaining to issues such as tenure, staff relations, and student recruitment.

  • W. Beaumont Whitney Collection on A Princeton Companion. 1966-1978 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC173

    W. Beaumont Whitney, II, President of the Princeton University Class of 1919, was instrumental in organizing the funding and sponsorship for Alexander Leitch's A Princeton Companion (1978). The collection consists mainly of Whitney's correspondence with potential donors, contributors, and with author Alexander Leitch.

  • Princeton Mime Company Records. 1974-1989 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC174

    Founded in 1974 by a philosophy student trained in mime and dance, the Princeton Mime Company has developed into a touring and teaching mime troupe. Consists of programs, flyers, reviews (largely from The Daily Princetonian), photographs, rehearsal schedules, and correspondence of the Princeton Mime Company.

  • Auxiliary to the Isabella McCosh Infirmary Records. 1902-2007 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC175

    The Auxiliary to the Isabella McCosh Infirmary is a volunteer fundraising organization which supports Princeton University Health Services. Founded in 1902 as the Ladies Auxiliary to the Isabella McCosh Infirmary, the group has been responsible for shaping student health at Princeton University for over a century. The records contain meeting minutes, annual reports, correspondence, and subject files which pertain to the McCosh Infirmary, or to the organization itself.

  • Nassau Hall Iconography. 1760-1981 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC177

    The collection contains representations of Nassau Hall and other historic buildings of Princeton University. Most of them are reproductions, some photographic.

  • Gauss Seminars in Criticism Records. 1949-1981 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC178

    Named in honor of Christian Gauss (1878-1951), one of Woodrow Wilson's original preceptors and dean of the college from 1925 to 1946, the Gauss Seminars in Criticism were conceived in 1949 by Richard P. Blackmur (1904-1965). One of America's foremost literary critics–and one of Princeton's most distinguished professors of English–Blackmur sought to stimulate discussion and the exchange of ideas in the humanities through presentations from scholars, artists, critics, and writers. The collection is composed of correspondence with guest speakers.

  • John W. H. Simpson Photograph Collection. 1975-1993 and undated (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC179

    John W. H. Simpson was a member of the Princeton University class of 1966. Consists of negatives, contact sheets, and slides of John W. H. Simpson's photographs of Princeton.

  • Princeton University 250th Anniversary Celebration Collection. 1993-1997 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC180

    The 250th anniversary of Princeton's founding as the College of New Jersey in 1746, also known by the coined term "Bicennquinquagenary", was celebrated in 1996-1997 with a yearlong series of events. The collection consists of the records of the office in charge of organizing all 250th anniversary celebration activities, as well as examples of the many publications, event programs, invitations, posters, audio and visual recordings, and commemorative artifacts created in conjunction with those activities.

  • Historical Photograph Collection, Class Photographs Series. 1859-1954 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC181

    The collection consists of group portraits and other photos of Princeton University classes. Though some photographs depict the classes while their members were students, the majority of the photographs are from alumni reunions.

  • Steering Committee for the 20th Anniversary of Coeducation Records. 1988-1990 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC182

    In the Fall of 1998, President Harold T. Shapiro, recognizing that many groups, individuals, and organizations were interested in planning events and projects related to the 20th anniversary of undergraduate coeducation, appointed a Steering Committee to coordinate and help support these activities. These records document the planning, implementation, and assessment of the actions of the Steering Committee.

  • Council of the Princeton University Community Records. 1965-2016 (inclusive), 1969-1976 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC183

    The Council of the Princeton University Community (CPUC) was born out of the Special Committee on the Structure of the University established by President Robert F. Goheen in May 1968. CPUC is primarily a deliberative and consultative body, with the authority to "consider and investigate" university policy, governance, and any general issue related to the welfare of the University. Much of the work of the Council takes place through its standing committees: the Executive Committee, the Committee on Rights and Rules, the Committee on Governance, the Committee on Priorities, the Committee on Resources, and the Judicial Committee.

  • Committee on the Education of Women at Princeton Records. 1955-1969 (inclusive), 1967-1969 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC184

    The Committee on the Education of Women at Princeton Records contain the working papers and correspondence of Gardner Patterson, Committee Chair, and his assistants. In June 1967 the Board of Trustees charged the Committee with the study of "the advisability and feasibility" of enlarging the University's role in the education of women. The final report, "The Education of Women at Princeton," was submitted to the Trustees in July 1968. Adopting the recommendation of the Committee, they voted in favor of coeducation the following January and appointed an Ad-Hoc Committee to advise on how to implement their decision. The collection contains some papers Patterson received as a member of this Ad-Hoc Committee, and drafts of its final report, "The Education of Undergraduate Women at Princeton: An Examination of Coordinate Versus Coeducational Patterns."

  • Undergraduate Student Government Records. 1927-2015 (inclusive), 1982-1997 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC185

    The Undergraduate Student Government (USG), established in 1975, was founded on the principles of representation and independence fostered during the student agitation and institutional reforms of the previous decade. The bulk of the collection consists of the records and publications of the Undergraduate Student Government from 1982 to 1997. Campaign and publicity records from the Princeton University Democrats, and student activism files from the office of Princeton University Professor Stanley Kelley are included in the collection as well.

  • Commission on the Future of the College Records. 1970-1973 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC186

    The Commission on the Future of the College–known also as the Bressler Commission–was charged in October 1970 with assessing Princeton's undergraduate curriculum. The collection contains Professor Marvin Bressler's records as the chair of the Commission. The collection is comprised of internal and external correspondence, reports, meeting minutes, and student surveys. Bressler was a member of the Department of Sociology at Princeton University from 1963 to 1993, and for twenty years served as its chairman.

  • Office of the President Records: William G. Bowen Subgroup. 1940-1998 (inclusive), 1972-1987 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC187

    The collection contains the files compiled by the Office of the President during the presidency of William G. Bowen GS'58 (July 1972 to January 1988). The files consist of correspondence, memoranda, reports, speeches, publications, and other assorted material. Series 18 includes the files of three assistants to the president, biographical and photographic material about Bowen, and a card index of the files. There is some overlap between the files in this collection and the files of presidents Goheen and Shapiro. Records found here are sometimes duplicated in the records of other administrative offices on campus.

  • Cyrus Fogg Brackett Lectureship Records. 1921-1952 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC188

    The Cyrus Fogg Brackett Lectureship in Applied Engineering and Technology was established in memory of Professor Brackett in 1921 and continued until 1953. The collection contains many of the lectures–both in manuscript and published form–and correspondence with lecturers and potential lecturers. The collection also includes some general materials relating to the lectureship, such as citations, registries, histories, schedules, and short summaries of Professor Brackett's life and accomplishments.

  • Office of the Secretary Records. 1853-2007 (inclusive), 1901-1985 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC190

    This collection chronicles the administrative responsibilities and activities of the secretaries of the University. Included are correspondence, memoranda, and notes concerning committee activities. Also included are press releases, discussions pertaining to trustee matters, scholarship information, and biographical files on honorary degree recipients.

  • Committee for the Bicentennial of Nassau Hall Records. 1953-1956 (inclusive), 1956 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC191

    The Nassau Hall Bicentennial Committee was established to plan the 200th anniversary of Nassau Hall over a two-day period beginning on September 22, 1956. The collection documents the activities of the Committee through correspondence, publications, news articles, and press releases.

  • Lottery Records. 1749-1954 (inclusive), 1749-1772 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC192

    The collection consists of contemporary documents pertaining to five of the lotteries held in the eighteenth century to raise funds for the colonial College of New Jersey. Also included is some secondary source material about the lotteries.

  • Office of the President Records: Robert F. Goheen Subgroup. 1924-1988 (inclusive), 1957-1972 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC193

    The records of the Office of President Goheen contain the files of the President's Office during the administration of President Robert F. Goheen (1957-1972). The collection contains eighteen series, which consist of correspondence and memoranda, reports, speeches, publications, and related materials, which were created or received by Robert Goheen and other members of the President's office.

  • Nadine Taub Collection of Sally Frank Court Documents. 1879-1992 (inclusive), 1979-1992 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC194

    The Nadine Taub Collection of Sally Frank Court Documents chronicle Nadine Taub's role as co-counsel for Sally Frank, Princeton Class of 1980, in her thirteen-year legal battle after filing a sex discrimination complaint with the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights against Ivy Club, Tiger Inn, University Cottage Club and Princeton University, alleging that the clubs discriminated against her because of her gender. A significant part of the collection contains legal documents from Sally Frank's co-counsel as well as from defending counsel; research material including minutes, reports, newspaper clippings, campus publications, correspondence, and deeds; correspondence to and from Nadine Taub and Sally Frank, which is restricted until 2016; and from various counsel and judicial members.

  • Office of the Provost Records. 1953-2015 (inclusive), 1967-1995 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC195

    The Office of the Provost record group contains the records created and compiled by the Princeton University Office of the Provost since its establishment in 1966. Though there is nothing remaining of the files of the first provost, J. Douglas Brown GS '28, subsequent provosts kept comprehensive records. As of 2005, this collection includes the files of the second provost, William G. Bowen GS '58 through the eighth provost, Stephen Goldfeld, whose tenure ended in June 1995. The files consist of correspondence, memoranda, reports, notes, speeches, publications, and other assorted material. Materials found here are sometimes duplicated in the records of other administrative offices on campus.

  • William G. Bowen Collection on the Federal Government and Princeton University. 1960-1969 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC196

    With the cooperation of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, Bowen launched a study that thoroughly explored the relationship between the Federal Government and Princeton University. Consists of notes and research materials compiled by William G. Bowen for use in his study The Federal Government and Princeton University, a report on the complex funding and research relationships between the two institutions.

  • Office of the Recording Secretary Records. 1939-2010 (inclusive), 1958-1984 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC197

    Working in conjunction with the Office of Development, Princeton University's Office of the Recording Secretary receives and officially acknowledges gifts to Princeton on behalf of the president and the trustees of the University, and keeps donors informed as to the impact of their gifts. The files from the Office of the Recording Secretary consist of records of gifts donated to Princeton.

  • Undergraduate Academic Files. 1921-2015 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC198

    Consists of individual academic files of former undergraduate students of Princeton University, containing grades, transcripts, and other information relating to the subject's academic career.

  • Undergraduate Alumni Records. 1921-2008 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC199

    Consists of individual files of former undergraduate students of Princeton University, compiled by the Bureau of Alumni Information. Material in each file varies greatly but most include the names of relatives, notable achievements at Princeton and post-graduation, news items, address updates, and obituaries.

  • Washington's Birthday Celebration Records. 1880-1932 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC200

    Princeton University has always held a special place for founding father George Washington, dating to the Battle of Princeton in 1777 when the general led continental troops in an early morning surprise attack that successfully pushed the British out of Nassau Hall. Consists of collected programs, odes, schedules, and clippings pertaining to the University's commemoration of Washington's birthday throughout its history.

  • Princeton University Fund Records. 1877-1972 (inclusive), 1938-1956 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC201

    Though informal fundraising groups acting under the auspices of the Graduate Council had used the name since the 1920s, the Princeton University Fund as it came to be known was officially assembled in 1940 to provide a permanent organization dedicated to annual giving and other fundraising efforts. Consists of detailed committee minutes and correspondence of the Princeton University Fund. Also included in the collection are annual fundraising reports, promotional materials and clippings, and organizational charts.

  • Administrative Planning Committee Records. 1968-1969 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC202

    The Administrative Planning Committee was a group that advised the president of the University on matters pertaining to the allocation of campus space to offices, departments, and other groups, particularly in regards to soon to be completed campus building projects. Consists of the monthly meeting minutes and attendance lists of the Administrative Planning Committee for the year 1968-1969.

  • Woodrow Wilson Foundation Records. 1888-1987 (inclusive), 1921-1963 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC203

    The Woodrow Wilson Foundation was an organization formed in 1921 in New York City for the "perpetuation of Wilson's ideals" through research grants and publications. The collection consists of the administrative records of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, the bulk of which are financial records, correspondence, notes, committee minutes, press releases, research proposals, and awards dating from 1921-1963. The collection also includes a small amount of audivisual material, photographs and sound recordings.

  • John Rupert Martin Papers. 1950-1999 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC204

    John R. Martin was a professor of Art History at Princeton University for 40 years, joining the faculty as a Woodrow Wilson Fellow in 1947. Consists of Martin's correspondence and his handwritten lecture notes from courses taught as well as his lecture appointments at other institutions.

  • Music Performance at Princeton Collection. 1875-2007 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC205

    Concerts and recitals by Princeton University’s many musical clubs and organizations, as well as performers from outside the University have been standard fare on capus since the 19th century. The collection consists of reports, concert programs, articles, schedules, flyers, correspondence, and photographs pertaining to performances of music on the Princeton University campus and performances elsewhere by University-affiliated groups.

  • Office of Athletic Communication Records. 1879-2002 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC206

    The Office of Athletic Communications is the division of Princeton University's Department of Athletics which is responsible for publications, media relations, and other communications needs related to Princeton's intercollegiate sports teams and student athletes. The records contain game-day programs, media guides, press releases, statistics, photographs, and files on notable Princeton athletes.

  • Program in Hellenic Studies Records. 1979-2013 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC207

    Since its founding in 1979, the Program in Hellenic Studies at Princeton University has aimed to promote and support the teaching and study of Byzantine and modern Greek civilization. The Program in Hellenic Studies Records document the academic and cultural offerings sponsored by the Program. The offerings include lectures, discussions, and colloquia led by faculty, fellows and visiting scholars, as well as concerts, exhibitions, and film screenings. The records also include annual reports of activities, lists of fellows, and related materials.

  • Robert Judson Clark Papers. 1741-1997 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC208

    The Robert Judson Clark Papers consist of records pertaining to the architecture and grounds of Princeton University's campus and the surrounding area, compiled by professor emeritus Robert Judson Clark of the Princeton University Department of Art and Archaeology.

  • Princeton Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Records. 1948-1972 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC209

    Princeton University's Navy Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) program was started in 1946 amidst a wave of enthusiasm for the ROTC that followed World War II. The collection consists of publications, bulletins, course materials, and manuals pertaining to the Navy ROTC program at Princeton.

  • President's Program Records. 1920-1961 (inclusive), 1935-1949 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC210

    The President's Program was a fundraising drive initiated by Princeton President Harold W. Dodds in 1936. Targeting alumni, the program had an ultimate goal of raising over 7 million dollars, to be distributed across three major projects; the construction of a new library, the developement of the school of public and international affairs, and increased scholarship funds. Consists of regional files containing correspondence with program representatives throughout the nation.

  • Office of Development Communications Records. circa 1970-2013 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC211

    The Office of Development Communications creates a wide range of publications and other materials to support Princeton's fund-raising initiatives and to keep alumni, parents, and friends closely connected and well-informed about the life of the University. Consists of photographs, promotional materials and VHS tapes created for fundraising activities and publications.

  • Friends of the International Center Records. 1959-2001 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC212

    The Friends of the International Center are a volunteer organization who serve the international community at Princeton University by offering English conversation programs to foreign graduate students and their families, as well as a host family program to ease cultural transition. Consists of the meeting minutes and correspondence of the Friends of the International Center.

  • Office of Government Affairs Records. 1976-2003 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC213

    The Office of Government Affairs is Princeton University's primary representative in Washington, D.C., acting as a liaison between University administration and Capitol Hill politicians. The records document the activities of the Office of Government Affairs, and contain correspondence, event files, chronological files, news clippings, and materials pertaining to the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory.

  • Class Reunion Books Collection. 1867-2016 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC214

    The collection consists of class yearbooks that are published to mark class reunions and to provide updates on the lives of alumni.

  • Program in Women's Studies Records. 1981-1992 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC216

    Princeton University's Program in Women's Studies was founded in 1981. The collection consists of articles related to women's issues from the Daily Princetonian and other local publications, as well as clippings on other subjects such as University investments in South Africa.

  • Office of the Vice President for Public Affairs Records. 1924-1994 (inclusive), 1971-1994 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC217

    Princeton University's Vice President for Public Affairs has administrative oversight, under the President, of the presentation of the objectives and activities of the University to all its various publics, and serves as spokesperson for the University when needed. The records of the Vice President for Public Affairs consist of subject files assembled on topics relevant to the office's activities, as well as chronological files containing correspondence and interoffice memoranda.

  • The Papers of Thomas Jefferson Project Editor's Records. 1943-1974 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC218

    The Thomas Jefferson Papers Project was conceived of in 1943 by Princeton University history professor Julian P. Boyd, who was serving at the time as the historian of the Thomas Jefferson Bicentennial Commission. Contained in the records is correspondence with Princeton presidents Harold T. Dodds and Robert F. Goheen, who were active advisors in the early years of the project. Also included are financial records, including Boyd's original cost estimations for the project. Other materials consist of an initial project proposal, annual reports, directives on handling of materials, typography, and editing procedures, and some photographs.

  • Department of French and Italian Records. 1909-1985 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC219

    The Department of French and Italian as it exists today at Princeton University originated in 1958 when the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures was split into the separate departments of Romance and Germanic Languages and Literatures. Consists of the records of the contemporary Department of French and Italian, collected while it was operating as the Department of Modern Languages and later the Department of Romance Languages and Literature.

  • Department of Public Safety Records. 1984-1998 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC220

    The Department of Public Safety is the primary department at Princeton University charged with creating a safe and secure environment. Consists of the daily public safety blotters compiled by the Department of Public Safety.

  • Program in Continuing Education student records. 1974-1994 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC221

    The Office of Community and Regional Affairs, formerly known as the Office of Community and State Affairs, acts as a liaison between Princeton University and county and local governments. The records consist of student files of the continuing education program.

  • Princeton University Rowing Collection. 1874-2003 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC223

    Princeton has participated in intercollegiate rowing contests since 1874. The collection consists of photographs, memorabilia, scrapbooks, programs, correspondence and posters documenting the history of the Princeton University rowing program.

  • Princeton History of New Jersey Series collection. 1929-1960 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC224

    Thomas J. Wertenbaker was a professor of history at Princeton from 1910 to 1936, serving as department chairman from 1928-1936.

  • Department of Classics records. 1894-1935 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC225

    The Department of Classics at Princeton University offers courses, both in English and in the original languages, that treat the whole range of ancient culture, from its mythology to its philosophy, law, and literature. Consists of the records of the Department of Classics from the late 19th and early 20th century.

  • Daniel M. Sachs Class of 1960 Graduating Scholarship records. 1960-2009 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC226

    The Daniel M. Sachs Scholarship was established in 1968 by the Princeton University Class of 1960 in memory of Daniel Sachs, a class member who died of brain cancer at the age of 28. The records consist of fundraising files, committee correspondence, scholarship applications, correspondence with scholarship winners, and lists of winners.

  • Latino Alumni Association of Princeton records. 1974-1999 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC227

    The Latino Alumni Association of Princeton was formed in 1989 with the dual mission of supporting and enhancing the role and presence of Latinos at all levels within the University as well as forming a network of Latino alumni. The collection consists of the records of the Latino Alumni Association of Princeton, including correspondence, newsletters, clippings, a brief history of Latinos at Princeton, resource guides, organizational materials, and a copy of the LAAP constitution.

  • Office of Human Resources Records. 1951-1983 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC228

    Princeton University's Office of Human Resources was formed in 1952 under the title of the Office of Personnel Services to provide a centralized administrative unit with oversight for the institution's growing number of non-academic staff. The records include policy and procedure manuals, employment studies, administrative salary reviews, pension plan reports, and information on the University's unemployment policy.

  • Organization of Women Leaders records. 2000-2001 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC229

    The Organization of Women Leaders(OWL) is a student-founded, student-run non-profit organization at Princeton University dedicated to the discussion of issues affecting women on campus, in local communities, and worldwide. The records consist of organizational materials documenting the inaugural year of the Organization of Women Leaders.

  • Princeton-Pennsylvania Accelerator records. 1963-1971 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC230

    The Office of Occupational Health and Safety is charged with general oversight of the university health and safety effort and with assisting University departments and offices in discharging their health and safety responsibilities. The records consist of proposals and surveys compiled by the Office of Occupational Health and Safety in regards to radiation safety measures taken to protect workers and researchers at the Princeton-Pennsylvania Accelerator, a particle research facility that operated on Forrestal Campus from 1957 to 1971.

  • University Chapel Stained Glass Windows Restoration records. 1999-2001 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC231

    The Office of Physical Planning is one of several branches that together comprise the University's Department of Facilities. Consists of architectural surveys of the University Chapel with details of the window bays and the exterior facade, as well as photographs, slides, and microfilm documenting the work done on each window and sculpture during the 2000-2001 restoration, and day logs recording daily progress.

  • Consortium for Assistance to the University of Petroleum and Minerals records. 1972-1985 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC232

    The Consortium for Assistance to the University of Petroleum and Minerals was organized in 1971 by Princeton University. The records consist of financial materials, reports, meeting agendas and minutes, correspondence, and a copy of the Consortium agreement.

  • Office of the Vice President for Finance and Administration records. 1972-2015 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC233

    From 1972-2001, financial and administrative functions of Princeton University were managed by a succession of related and functionally overlapping offices that ultimately came together in the position of vice president for finance and administration. This office held responsibility for coordinating and developing policies and plans for the financial, administrative, and corporate operations of the University, and with charge, under the Committee on Finance, of the funds, stocks, securities, and other investments of the Corporation, including off-campus real estate. The collection documents the activities of three consecutive administrators who held the position of vice president for finance, either solely or in combination with the roles of treasurer and vice president for administration: Paul B. Firstenberg (1972-1976), Carl W. Schafer (1976-1987), and Richard R. Spies (1988-2001). Also included are the records of Laurel B. Harvey, who served as assistant vice president for finance and administration under Schafer and Spies.

  • Bureau of Student Placement records. 1940-1953 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC234

    The Bureau of Student Placement was an administrative office at Princeton University that operated roughly from 1945 to 1953 and acted as a liaison between the various armed services and the Princeton University community. The records consist of army, navy, and marine corps plans for colleges, card files containing information about students in the service, and the correspondence of director Gordon G. Sikes which includes letters to and from servicemen, military officials, and other University administrators.

  • Council on Athletics Trophy Committee Records. 1929-1949 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC235

    Following a fire that destroyed the University Gymnasium in 1944, a committee was formed by the Council of Athletics for the purpose of replacing as many of the athletic trophies of the University as possible. The collection consists of the records of the Council on Athletics Trophy Committee, including subject files containing photographs, drawings, purchase orders, and other general information about the trophies.

  • William S. Dix Papers. 1955-1978 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC236

    William S. Dix was Princeton's University Librarian (1953-1975) and a prominent spokesperson for librarians worldwide. The William S. Dix papers contain correspondence, reports, articles, and other materials documenting Dix's many professional interests and activities outside of his position at Princeton.

  • Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation records. 1950-1970 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC237

    The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation was founded in 1945 at Princeton University with the mission of encouraging capable candidates to pursue careers as college teachers. The records consist of clippings and programs about the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Program as well as reports, samples of forms and applications, and lists of past recipients.

  • Princeton Symposium on World Affairs Audio Recordings collection. 1963.

    Call Number: AC238

    In July of 1963 Princeton University hosted the Princeton Symposium on World Affairs, the theme of which was "The Pursuit of Excellence in Creative Arts." The collection consists of reel-to-reel audio tapes of the architecture, painting, and prose panel discussions.

  • James Penrose Harland papers. 1906-1969 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC239

    James Penrose Harland was a graduate of the Princeton University Class of 1913. The collection consists of James Penrose Harland's diaries, as well as clippings, photographs, postcards, and some correspondence.

  • Office of Development Donor Files. 1920s-1990s (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC240

    The Office of Development is the centralized administrative unit which oversees Princeton University's many fundraising programs. Consists of exclusively of closed donor files created and maintained by Princeton University's Office of Development. No other administrative records are included.

  • Edwin Mortimer Hopkins Papers. 1887-1894 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC241

    Edwin Mortimer Hopkins was a member of the Princeton University class of 1888, earning an AB in English and completing his MA a year later. The collection documents the undergraduate and graduate career of Edwin Mortimer Hopkins at Princeton, and consists primarily of orations, poetry, and literary essays.

  • Donald Worner Griffin Papers. 1924-1991 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC242

    Donald Worner Griffin was a member of the Princeton class of 1923. Griffin was recognized frequently by University administration as being instrumental in revitalizing alumni ties in the years after World War II, as well as helping shape the modern state of Princeton alumni relations. Consists of the personal correspondence and clippings of Donald Worner Griffin.

  • Patrick J. Kelleher Papers. 1942-1984 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC243

    Patrick J. Kelleher was the Director of the Princeton University Art Museum from 1962-1973. Consists of correspondence, publications, notes, press releases, schedules, and photographs collected by Patrick J. Kelleher over the course of his directorship of the Princeton University Art Museum.

  • Office of Development Records. 1917-2015 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC244

    The Office of Development is the centralized administrative unit which oversees Princeton University's many fundraising programs, including Annual Giving, the 1746 Society, Endowment Gifts, Bequests, and more. Consists of files of the Princeton University Office of Development pertaining to several major fundraising campaigns including the 1919 Endowment Campaign and the "53 Million Campaign".

  • Don Oberdorfer Papers on Princeton University: The First 250 Years. 1994-1995 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC245

    Don Oberdorfer is a member of the Princeton class of 1952 and was a well-regarded political correspondent with the Washington Post for 25 years. Consists of notes and photocopies of articles used as research materials for Princeton University: The First 250 Years (1995).

  • Arthur Cort Holden Papers. 1940-1993 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC246

    Arthur Cort Holden was a member of the Princeton University Class of 1912. He went on to earn a graduate degree in architecture from Cornell University, and joined the New York City firm of McKim, Mead, and White, later forming his own firm and advising Frank Lloyd Wright on the design of the Guggenheim Museum in 1949. Consists of personal papers and correspondence of Arthur Cort Holden.

  • Bicentennial of the American Revolution Committee Records. 1971-1976 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC247

    In 1971 Princeton president Robert F. Goheen formally organized a committee of faculty, staff, students, and alumni for the purpose of planning the University's observance of the Bicentennial of the American Revolution, then five years away. Documents the organization and activities of the Bicentennial of the American Revolution Committee. Included are correspondence, proposals, reports, and meeting minutes.

  • Women's Center Records. 1968-2007 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC248

    The Princeton University Women's Center is a campus organization dedicated to providing a forum through which female students can voice their feelings and concerns about student life. The Women's Center also oversees the organization of programming and outreach activities which touch on a broad spectrum of women's issues. The records contain correspondence, subject files, and materials related to events and programs sponsored by the Women's Center.

  • Program in Latin American Studies Records. 1947-2011 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC249

    Princeton University's Program in Latin American Studies was founded in 1966 as an interdisciplinary course of study to supplement the regular undergraduate or graduate curriculum. Consists of publications, event information, videos of conferences, and other informational materials about the Program in Latin American Studies.

  • Princeton University Federal Credit Union Records. 1970-1981 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC250

    The Princeton University Federal Credit Union is a non-profit member-owned credit union open to employees of Princeton University and several other related organizations. Consists of the organizational records of the Princeton University Federal Credit Union including meeting minutes, financial audits, memos, policies, and committee reports.

  • Pyne Honor Prize Records. 1930-1969 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC251

    The Pyne Honor Prize, established in 1922 in honor of Moses Taylor Pyne '77, is the highest distinction conferred on an undergraduate student at Princeton University. The collection documents the annual awarding of the Pyne Honor Prize from 1939-1960. Within each year's file is correspondence, biographical and academic information about the recipients, and award statements.

  • Graduate School Centennial Records. 1998-2001 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC252

    Following a scholarly tradition that originated with James Madison, who after commencement in 1771, remained for a year of extra study, Princeton's Graduate School was established officially by the Trustees in late 1900 and began its operations in the fall of 1901. Consists of materials that document the Graduate School's centennial celebration, including posters, banners, programs, and video tapes of the centennial lecture series.

  • Senior Council Records. 1915-1926 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC253

    The Senior Council was an undergraduate student government organization that existed at Princeton University from 1905 to 1927. The collection documents the activities of the Senior Council. Materials include correspondence, meeting minutes, pamphlets, and by-laws.

  • President's Standing Committee on the Status of Women Records. 1989-2001 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC255

    The President's Standing Committee on the Status of Women was established in 1989 by president Harold Shapiro. Consists of the records of the committee including correspondence, meeting minutes, memos, subject files, and the records of the seperate task forces that have operated under the auspices of the committee.

  • Princeton Shakespeare Company Records. 1994-2000 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC256

    The Princeton Shakespeare Company was founded in 1994 by student Davis McCallum '97 and English professor Thomas P. Roche. Consists of clippings, photographs, flyers, press releases, and programs documenting the first years of the Princeton Shakespeare Company.

  • Alumni Studies Program Records. 1981-2006 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC258

    The Alumni Council was formed in 1909 as the Graduate Council to provide leadership for alumni activity. Consists of recordings -- mostly audiocassettes, compact discs and VHS tapes -- of lecture courses from the Class of 1942 seminars and other Alumni Studies courses, as well as a small amount of printed material to supplement the lectures.

  • Princetoniana Committee Oral History Project Records. 1994-2015 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC259

    The Princetoniana Committee was formed by the Alumni Council in 1981 with the mission of proactively collecting worthy items of Princetoniana on the University's behalf. The Princetoniana Committee Oral History Project (POHP) Records consist of oral history interview transcripts from two separate oral history projects and related materials.

  • Antioch Excavation Financial Records. 1935-1938 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC260

    Formed in 1932, the Committee for the Excavation of Antioch and its Vicinity was chaired by Princeton University's Charles Rufus Morey and included representatives from the Louvre, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Worcester Art Museum, the Fogg Art Museum, and Dumbarton Oaks. Consists of detailed expense vouchers from the second half of the excavation of Antioch.

  • Alexander Leitch Princeton, Harvard, and Yale Scrapbooks Collection. 1925-1945 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC261

    Alexander Leitch was a member of the Princeton Class of 1924 and an administrator at Princeton University for the entirety of his professional career, most notably holding the Office of the Secretary from 1933 to 1963. Consists of 55 oversized scrapbooks assembled by Alexander Leitch '24 during his career as a Princeton University administrator.

  • Council on Urban Studies Records. 1970-1977 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC262

    The Council on Urban Studies was formed in 1968 to confront "the numerous intellectual challenges posed by urbanization" and to foster and coordinate the teaching and research activities of the schools and departments at the University concered with Urban Studies, such as the School of Architecture and the Woodrow Wilson School. Consists of the records of the Council on Urban Studies including meeting minutes, correspondence, and a questionnaire circulated to undergraduates.

  • James Magnuson papers. 1972-1973 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC263

    James Magnuson is a playwright, writer, and the 1970-71 recipient of Princeton's Hodder Fellowship. The collection consists of drafts of five short plays by James Magnuson, as well as clippings, correspondence, and notes.

  • Office of the President Records: Harold T. Shapiro Subgroup. 1939-2004 (inclusive), 1987-2001 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC264

    The Office of the President Records: Harold T. Shapiro contains the files generated and compiled by Princeton University's Office of the President during the administration of Harold Tafler Shapiro *64, the University's 18th president. The records consist of files pertaining to academic programs, campus building projects, fundraising, students, faculty, and staff and include correspondence, reports, speeches, and printed materials.

  • The Princeton Tiger records. 1929-1980 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC266

    The Princeton Tiger is the nation's second oldest college humor magazine. The collection consists of the administrative records of The Princeton Tiger.

  • Princeton Print Club records. 1941-1953 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC267

    The Princeton Print Club was founded in late 1940 by a group of students seeking to advance the appreciation of graphic arts among the campus community. The records consist of financial accounts, correspondence, and pamphlets which document the activities and membership of the Princeton Print Club

  • Advisory Councils records. 1941-1942 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC269

    Each of Princeton's advisory councils is comprised of alumni and other individuals who act in an advisory capacity to the various academic departments through meetings with departmental faculty, administration, and the Alumni Council. The records consist of correspondence and member lists of the inaugural Advisory Councils of various departments.

  • Princeton Crusader Fellowship records. 1912-1979 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC270

    The Princeton Crusader Fellowship is a christian reform organization founded by a group of Princeton students on commencement day in 1912. The records consist of member lists, constitutions, speeches, articles, newsletters, and correspondence of the Princeton Crusader Fellowship.

  • Office of the Vice President for Administrative Affairs records. 1964-1989 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC271

    During its existence from 1972-1988, the Office of the Vice President for Administrative Affairs had general oversight of Princeton University's administrative services, including human resources, campus security, health services, and purchasing. The records consist primarily of correspondence documenting the office's interactions with other administrative offices, academic departments, and advisory councils.

  • China Famine Relief Fund records. 1920-1921 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC272

    The New Jersey State China Famine Relief Fund was a short-lived charitable organization based at Princeton University and staffed by administrators and students. The records consist of financial records, receipts for gifts made to the fund, announcements, staff lists, and correspondence with other organizations working towards famine relief in China.

  • Princeton Publishing Company records. 1900-1919 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC273

    The Princeton Publishing Company was incorporated in 1900 to oversee the printing of the Alumni Princetonian, a forebear to the Princeton Alumni Weekly. The records consists of materials which document the activities of the Princeton Publishing Company, largely relating to financial matters.

  • Nassau Hall War Memorial records. 1946-1950 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC274

    In 1946 the University unveiled a memorial to those students who had been lost during the Second World War in Nassau Hall. The records document the planning and execution of the memorial including pictures, preliminary lists of honorees, correspondence with parents and campus groups, and programs from the memorial's unveiling ceremony.

  • Program in Continuing Education records. 1970-1988 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC275

    The Office of Community and Regional Affairs oversees a variety of programs geared towards strengthening ties between the University and the surrounding communities, including a continuing education program for area residents. The records contain advertisements, faculty committee minutes, fundraising reports, statistics on attendance, director's files, and scholarship applications.

  • Princeton Municipal Improvement, Inc. records. 1956-1957 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC277

    Princeton Municipal Improvement, Inc. was a group comprised primarily of alumni investors, the mission of which was to maintain the preservation and beautification of the community surrounding the Princeton campus. The records document Princeton Municipal Improvement, Inc.'s Palmer Square development project.

  • C. Bernard Shea collection on Princeton University Athletics. 1869-1960 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC278

    Christian Bernard Shea was a member of the Princeton Class of 1916 and an avid supporter of Princeton athletics. The collection consists of Princeton University athletics statistics and newspaper clippings compiled by C. Bernard Shea between approximately 1901 and 1950.

  • Princeton Student Aid Association records. 1866-1924 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC280

    The Student Aid Association was formed in 1866 as the Princeton Charitable Institution by a group of trustees and faculty for the purpose of furnishing needy beneficiaries with the housing, textbooks, and other material items necessary for a collegiate education. The records contain the minutes, financial records, by-laws, and correspondence of the Princeton Student Aid Association and its predecessor, the Princeton Charitable Institution.

  • Princeton University Balloon Club records. 1976-1980 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC281

    The Princeton University Balloon Club was the creation of Gordon Sadler '76, who sought to create an organization on campus that would provide students, alumni, faculty, and staff with the ability to participate in the increasingly popular activity of ballooning. The records consist of a scrapbook documenting the existence of the Princeton University Balloon Club.

  • Student Dances collection. 1838-1936 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC282

    Dances at Princeton, especially popular in the years prior to the Second World War, were generally held in the gymnasium and were organized by a committee of faculty and staff. This collection consists of materials documenting dances attended by the students of Princeton University in the late 19th and early 20th century.

  • Office of General Counsel Records. 1865-2016 (inclusive), 1971-1997 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC283

    The Office of General Counsel, established in 1972, provides legal counsel to officers and departments of the University, and serves as legal representative for the University in litigation, administrative matters, and transactions. The records contain correspondence, memoranda, interview transcripts, administrative material relating to the Office of General Counsel and other departments, legal documents, grant and tax reports, legal briefs, affidavits, depositions, as well as litigation material involving estates, trusts, gifts, University employees, and various individuals and corporations.

  • Princeton: A Search For Answers outtakes collection. 1973-1974 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC284

    Princeton: A Search for Answers is a 1973 recruiting film produced for the Princeton University Undergraduate Admissions Office by Julian Krainin and DeWitt Sage. The collection consists of outtakes and film trims created during the editing process for Princeton: A Search for Answers, as well as a small number of documents related to the making of the film.

  • Daily Princetonian General records. 1876-2016 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC285

    The Daily Princetonian is the newspaper of Princeton University. The records consist of subject files from the editorial offices of The Prince covering topics such as awards, events, journalism seminars, and by-laws of the paper, as well as booklets published by the Daily Princetonian corporation.

  • Daily Princetonian Photographs Collection. 1967-2004 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC286

    The Daily Princetonian is the independent student newspaper of Princeton University. This collection consists of images created for use in the Daily Princetonian, both published and unpublished.

  • George R. Beach Princeton Football Scrapbooks Collection. 1924-1969 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC287

    George R. Beach was a member of the Princeton University Class of 1926. Consists of bound scrapbooks assembled by George R. Beach documenting Princeton's football team.

  • Princeton Inn Records. 1922-1970 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC288

    Princeton Inn was conceived of by a group of University alumni and trustees in 1914 who recognized the need for a hotel to comfortably house the families of students and other visitors in close proximity to campus. Consists of the minute books of the Princeton Inn and a sample form book.

  • Design in America Conference Records. 1964.

    Call Number: AC292

    The Program in American Civilization at Princeton University, later known as the Program in American Studies, began in 1942 and is the University's oldest interdepartmental program of study. In the spring of 1964 the Program sponsored a three-day conference titled Design in America, in which research papers on architecture and city planning were presented by a number of scholars in the field. Consists of one bound volume containing the program schedule of the Design in America Conference, lists of those who participated, and a copy of each paper presented at the conference.

  • Visiting Fellow and Incidental Student Records. 1915-1981 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC293

    Princeton's Graduate School, established officially by the Trustees in late 1900, began its operations in the fall of 1901. These records consist of files of incidental students who earned less than a full semester's worth of credits, as well as the records of visiting fellows.

  • Princeton Summer Theater Records. 1968-2008 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC295

    Princeton Summer Theater was founded in 1968 by three members of Theatre Intime who sought to continue acting during the summer offseason. The collection consists of organizational records and promotional materials which document the activities of Princeton Summer Theater dating back to its inception as Summer Intime.

  • Frustrated Administrators Committee Records. 1963-1974 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC296

    The Frustrated Administrators Committee was a Princeton University committee that brought together administrators from across campus to discuss common problems.Consists of meeting announcements and a brief history of the Frustrated Administrators Committee.

  • Football Films Collection. 1936-2012 (inclusive), 1936-1986 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC297

    Princeton University was a participant in the first intercollegiate football game in America in 1869. Since then, the University has maintained a varsity football team, competing each season against other colleges in the Ivy League Athletic Conference, including traditional rival Yale. Consists of film reels documenting Princeton varsity football games.

  • New Jersey Board of University Extension Records. 1914-1916 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC298

    The New Jersey Board of University Extension was proposed in 1915 by Princeton president John Grier Hibben to formulate a strategy for the coordination of the university extension programs of the various colleges in the New Jersey area. The records consist of organizational materials pertaining to the formation of the Board as well as plans and conference minutes. Also included are letters from conference invitees, indicating their intentions to attend.

  • Non-Graduate Records. undated.

    Call Number: AC299

    An alphabetical card index of Princeton undergraduate students who attended the University for at least one year, but never graduated.

  • Gifford Princeton Wrestling scrapbooks collection. 1934-1939 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC300

    Eli "Giff" Gifford '37 (full name: Eli Garfield Gifford) was class president of the Princeton Class of 1937. He was an avid follower of Princeton wrestling, and his brother Joseph Tomlinson Gifford '39 was a varsity wrestler prior to his death in a car crash in his senior year. The collection consists of three scrapbooks containing clippings about the Princeton wrestling team.

  • Alexander Leitch Football notes collection. 1974-1975 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC301

    Alexander Leitch was the Secretary of Princeton University from 1936 to 1966. The collection consists of extensive notes taken by Alexander Leitch as background for the "Football" entry of his encyclopedia A Princeton Companion

  • Statistical Unit records. 1962-1963 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC302

    The Statistical Unit at Princeton University was founded in 1961 for purpose of collecting and analyzing student data regarding education, career plans, and pre-college and post-graduate attitudes and life. The records consist of research reports and administrative bulletins of the Statistical Unit.

  • Cleveland Memorial Tower Visitor Logs collection. 1913-1954 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC303

    Included as part of the final gothic design of Princeton's Graduate School was a 173-foot tower, a national memorial to former U.S. President Grover Cleveland who was also chairman of the trustees' graduate school committee. The collection consists of 11 log books signed by visitors to the Cleveland Memorial Tower.

  • Fund for Reunion records. 1985-2010 (inclusive), 1985-1995 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC304

    Fund for Reunion is a Princeton alumni organization supporting gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender alumni. The records contain correspondence, meeting minutes, newsletters and other items related to the activities of Fund for Reunion.

  • Concerned Alumni of Princeton Records. 1970-1980 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC305

    The Concerned Alumni of Princeton (CAP) was a group of politically conservative former Princeton University students that existed between 1972 and 1986. The records consists of correspondence, by-laws, and publicity items related to the Concerned Alumni of Princeton organization.

  • WPRB Records. 1939-1999 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC306

    WPRB is the student-operated FM radio station of Princeton University, providing music and live sports broadcasts to the Princeton campus community and surrounding areas. The records consist of various materials which document the origins and development of WPRB, including constitutions, by-laws, photographs, membership lists, clipped articles, board minutes, correspondence, and financial reports.

  • Richardson Auditorium programs. 1987-2015 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC308

    Richardson Auditorium (formerly known as Alexander Hall) is Princeton University's premiere performance venue for a wide variety of events including concerts, plays, lectures, and dance performances. The collection consists of programs for performances and other events held at Richardson Auditorium.

  • Sprint Football VHS Tapes Collection. 1947, 1989-2005 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC310

    The sprint football program at Princeton (sometimes known as lightweight football) has operated since 1933. The collection consists of 196 videotapes (VHS format) of Sprint Football games and one video transfer of a 1947 varsity football game film.

  • Kenneth S. Clark Papers. 1901-1950 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC311

    Kenneth Sherman Clark was a member of the Princeton Class of 1905 and an active participant in Triangle Club during his time at Princeton. Consists of the personal papers and sheet music of Kenneth Sherman Clark spanning his time at Princeton as well as his later career.

  • Federal Bureau of Investigation Conference papers. 1971.

    Call Number: AC312

    Formed in 1970, the Committee for Public Justice was an affiliate organization of the ACLU composed of writers, lawyers, educators and other parties who felt that the United States was entering a period of political repression. The collection consists of twelve papers on the FBI presented at a conference sponsored by the Committee for Public Justice and held at Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs in October 1971.

  • Beer Jacket Designs collection. 1917-1979 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC313

    Among Princeton University traditions, the Beer Jacket worn by graduating seniors stands as one of the most unique and most enduring. The collection consists of materials documenting the evolution of beer jacket designs throughout the greater part of the 20th century.

  • Food Services Manager's Staff Meeting Minutes. 1963-1964 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC314

    In 1954 the administration of Princeton University followed through on long-standing plans to create an official student center. The collection consists of one bound volume containing the detailed minutes of the Manager's Staff of the Chancellor Green Student Center from 1963-1964.

  • Princeton Playgoers, Inc. records. 1941-1942 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC315

    Princeton Playgoers, Inc. was a theater production company formed in 1942, during the wartime period when the engagements of Triangle Club were limited. The records consist of financial records, correspondence, records of ticket sales, advertisements, contracts, and other materials documenting the planning and production of plays at McCarter Theatre in the summer of 1942.

  • Seminar on Research in Progress Papers. 1963-1971 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC316

    Since its founding as part of the Department of History, Politics, and Economics in 1904, Princeton University's Department of Economics has acquired a worldwide reputation for research and scholarship, attracting faculty and students alike. he collection consists of papers produced by department faculty and doctoral candidates as part of the Department of Economics' Seminar on Research in Progress.

  • Historical Photograph Collection: Glass-Plate Negatives Series. 1880-1920 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC317

    Consists of approximately 135 glass plate negatives and prints containing images of Princeton University, primarily of the campus and buildings.

  • Princeton University Presidents Oral History Collection. 2004-2009 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC318

    The Princeton University Presidents Oral History Project consists of two projects undertaken by the Princeton University Archives in conjunction with the Office of the Secretary to document the recollections and reminiscences of Princeton University's 16th president and seventeenth Presidents Robert F. Goheen and William G. Bowen. Consists of taped interviews with former Princeton Presidents Robert F. Goheen William G. Bowen and accompanying transcripts, as well as a Goheen video retrospective titled 'Reflections of a President' produced for a 2006 Princeton University Library exhibit.

  • Rector's Aid Society Minutes. 1867-1868 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC319

    The Rector's Aid Society was an organization of students at the College of New Jersey who were members of the Protestant Episcopal Church. It provided opportunities for fellowship and theological discussion; it also organized Episcopal services on campus and supported the church's mission in the Princeton area. The Society met monthly to report on its work and discuss a theological topic; this minute book records the proceedings of those meetings.

  • William R. Weeks Papers. 1746-1897 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC320

    The Papers of William R. Weeks, Esq., consist of three folders of material researched and correspondence written for the furtherance of a book on Princeton University's early history Weeks planned to write. The title of the book was to be, "History of the First Endowment of the College of New Jersey, now Princeton University." It is highly doubtful that the book was ever written; there is no copy of it on record.

  • William Woodhull Notebook. 1763-1850 (inclusive), 1763-1766 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC321

    This single notebook was for the most part written by William Woodhull (1741-1824), Class of 1764. The bulk of the book consists of recipes for medicinal prescriptions, catechisms, student orations and a poem. A good deal of the book appears to have been written during Woodhull's days at Princeton, but some of the recipes date to 1850, beyond Woodhull's death and so were entered by another unidentified individual.

  • Frederick H. Osborn Papers. 1941-1963 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC322

    The Papers of Frederick H. Osborn, Class of 1910, (1889-1981) cover some of Osborn's service to, and interest in, the University as a charter trustee from 1943-1955 and as a member of several advisory boards, including the Curriculum Committee and Psychology Department Council.

  • William E. Potter Diary. 1859-1862 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC323

    This diary was written by William E. Potter during his years at Harvard (law degree, 1861) and Princeton (B.A., 1863). For the most part the entries are daily with astute and observant comments on many of the public figures and events of this time. Among the more interesting entries are comments and descriptions of the Women's Rights Convention in Boston in 1860, the Massachusetts state prison; the election and inauguration of Abraham Lincoln; the surrender of Fort Sumter; the Battle of Bull Run; "pumping" (dunking) of Princeton students favoring secession; his religious awakening; and a final entry that reads simply "Enlisted."

  • University Hotel Records. 1876-1886 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC324

    The University Hotel existed at the corner of Railroad Avenue (today University Place) and Nassau Street from 1876-1887. Consists of three volumes of guest registers from the University Hotel.

  • English Dramatic Association of Princeton University Records. 1915.

    Call Number: AC325

    The English Dramatic Association of Princeton University was one of many student theater organizations operating on the Princeton University campus in the early 20th century. Consists of three posters advertising productions by the English Dramatic Association of Princeton University.

  • Jerome Karabel Papers. 1936-1999 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC327

    Jerome Karabel is an American sociologist known for his research on university admissions policies. Consists of materials compiled by Jerome Karabel while researching for his 2005 book The Chosen: The Hidden History of Admission and Exclusion at Harvard, Yale, and Princeton. The papers contain correspondence, memoranda, reports, and other documents.

  • Tom Reed Illustrations. 2000-2016 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC328

    Tom Reed, a 1971 alumnus with a Master's degree in Public Affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School, is an administrator in the New York City Department of Health as well as a graphic designer and illustrator who has published several instructional works and children's books. The collection consists of computer graphics and illustrations created by Reed of Princeton-related subjects such as James Madison and Albert Einstein, as well as artwork for Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni reunions.

  • Albert Mendeloff Papers on the Princeton Camera Club. 1937-1938 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC329

    Albert I. Mendeloff was a member of the Princeton University class of 1938 and the undergraduate director of the Princeton Camera Club, a student organization devoted to photography. Consists of correspondence between Albert Mendelhoff and famous photographers of 1938 in regards to a potential exhibit of loaned photographs at the Art and Archaeology Department.

  • Philip Ober papers. 1982-1983 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC330

    Philip Ober was a member of the Princeton University Class of 1923. The papers contain color photographs of Ober, his wife, and Elizabeth Taylor; newspaper clippings describing Ober's work to free American prisoners in a Mexican jail; and obituaries and letters of condolences sent to his wife.

  • Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory Records. 1958-2015 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC332

    The U.S. Department of Energy Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) is a Collaborative National Center for plasma and fusion science. Its primary mission is to develop the scientific understanding and the key innovations which will lead to a new fusion energy source. The PPPL Records include digitized historical negatives and publications from the PPPL Communications Office, documenting the people, projects, events, activities and physical grounds of the laboratory through a span of 49 years.

  • Syllabi and Course Materials Collection. 1826-2005 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC333

    The Syllabi and Course Materials Collection brings together original materials from the university archives that document the content of classes taught at Princeton University.

  • Student Correspondence and Writings Collection. 1768-2009 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC334

    The Student Correspondence and Writings Collection contains original materials from the university archives that document aspects of student life as experienced by students at Princeton University.

  • Harry Z. O'Brien Correspondence. 1896-1899 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC336

    Harry Zebulon O'Brien (1878-1907), from Clarksboro, New Jersey, was a member of the Class of 1899. The collection documents student life at Princeton just before the turn of the 20th century.

  • Horace and Thomas Meeker Papers on Admission to Princeton University. 1925-1930 (inclusive), 1949-1956 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC337

    Horace and Thomas Meeker were father and son graduates of Princeton University. The papers document the University's admission processes circa 1925 and 1950.

  • Copybook Collection. 1834-1837 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC338

    The Copybook Collection brings together original materials from the university archives. Copybooks document individual students' work and interests; they may contain penmanship exercises, handwritten excerpts of poems, and/or literary translations.

  • John Maclean, Jr. Papers. 1794-1935 (inclusive), 1852-1880 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC339

    John Maclean, Jr. was a professor, vice president, and president of Princeton University. The John Maclean Jr. Papers consist of letters to and from John Maclean regarding the history of the College of New Jersey as well as family matters.

  • John Cobb Cooper papers. 1917-1966 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC341

    John "Judge" Cobb Cooper (1887-1967) was a Princeton University graduate and a pioneer in the field of Aerospace Law. The collection is composed of correspondence and other materials pertaining to Cooper's activities as Curator of Class Records and as an active member of the Friends of the Library and the Graduate Council.

  • Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding records. 1971-2001 (inclusive), 1984-1999 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC342

    Established in the late 1970s, the Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding (called the Third World Center until 2002) celebrates, acknowledges, and promotes diversity on the Princeton University campus. The collection documents the Carl A. Fields Center's programs and administration over a period of thirty years.

  • George A. Vaughn, Jr. papers. 1917-1991 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC343

    George "Bob" Vaughn, Jr., Class of 1919, was a decorated World War I pilot and a pioneer in the aviation field. The collection consists of newspaper clippings, scrapbook pages, photographs, filmed interviews, an autobiographical manuscript and other materials that document the life and aeronautical career of George Vaughn.

  • Davis International Center records. 1982-2002 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC344

    The International Center at Princeton was founded in 1974 by a volunteer cohort of faculty, alumni, and community residents to welcome new international graduate students and visiting scholars to the University community. The collection documents the Center's programs and events, as well as international student associations and alumni groups.

  • Davis Spencer Papers on Princeton's 150-Pound Crew Team. 1947-1948 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC345

    Davis Spencer (1924-2005), a member of the Class of 1945, rowed on Princeton's freshman and varsity crews, and coached the 150-pound crew team that won the Royal Henley Regatta in 1948. The papers document Princeton's varsity 150-pound crew team as competitors and victors of the 1948 Royal Henley Regatta.

  • Arthur Eschenlauer Correspondence with Janet Copeland Eschenlauer. 1950-1956 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC346

    Arthur C. Eschenlauer (1934- ), Class of 1956, was a history major and class valedictorian. The collection consists of correspondence from Eschenlauer to his girlfriend and future wife, Janet Copeland, during his time at Princeton.

  • Varnum Lansing Collins Papers. 1842-1972 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC347

    Varnum Lansing Collins was a Princeton alum of the Class of 1893 and served as the University's Secretary from 1917 to 1936. Throughout his life Collins exhibited a special interest in Princeton's history and he authored a number of works relating to that theme. The Varnum Lansing Collins Papers consist primarily of materials generated by Collins while writing several of his most well-known works on Princeton history.

  • Grover Cleveland Collection. 1879-1984 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC348

    Grover Cleveland was the twenty-second (1885-1889) and twenty-fourth (1893-1897) president of the United States. After leaving the White House he retired to Princeton, N.J where he was a Trustee of Princeton University. The Grover Cleveland Papers consist of collected research materials regarding Grover Cleveland, his life in Princeton, and his relation to the University.

  • Ralph Barton Perry Papers. 1917-1946 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC349

    Ralph Barton Perry was a member of the Princeton University Class of 1896, a Harvard Philosophy Professor, and a Pulitzer-Prize winning writer producing works on philosophy, history, and politics in his lifetime. The Ralph Barton Perry Papers consist of correspondence, speeches, clippings, and other materials documenting Ralph Barton Perry's life as an alumnus of the Princeton Class of 1896.

  • Harpur Allen Gosnell Papers. 1890-1937 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC350

    Harpur Allen Gosnell was a member of the Princeton University Class of 1912 who went on to become an engineer and a member of the Naval Reserve. The Harpur Allen Gosnell Papers consist of various documents pertaining to Gosnell's ultimately unsuccessful efforts to initiate a Princeton University chapter of the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps between 1927 and 1930. Also in the papers are several items of a more personal nature relating to Gosnell's childhood.

  • John Foster Dulles Collection. 1943-1974 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC351

    John Foster Dulles (1888-1959), was a graduate of the Princeton Class of 1908 who served as Secretary of State of the United States for President Dwight D. Eisenhower. The John Foster Dulles Collection consists of a small group of materials documenting Dulles' connection to Princeton, including materials on his undergraduate career and the Dulles Library.

  • Jonathan Belcher Collection. 1747-1967 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC352

    Jonathan Belcher, was a merchant and colonial governor of the Provinces of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and New Jersey and was instrumental in the founding of the College of New Jersey (now Princeton). The Jonathan Belcher Collection consists of collected research materials regarding Jonathan Belcher's relation to the history of Princeton University and consist of correspondence, articles, clippings, and copies of original materials from Belcher collections held at Princeton and elsewhere.

  • Gordon Alexander Craig Papers. 1946-1956 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC353

    Gordon Alexander Craig was an American historian specializing in German and diplomatic history who taught at Princeton and Stanford. The Gordon Alexander Craig Papers document several projects the historian was involved with while a professor at Princeton including the Marine Corps History Project for which Craig served as chairman of the editorial board, and the Princeton response to the loyalty oath controversy at the University of California in 1950-1951.

  • John Cleve Green Collection. 1866-1989 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC354

    John Cleve Green was a Princeton-area businessman and investor who was a notable benefactor of Princeton College primarily during the administration of President James McCosh. The John Cleve Green Collection consists of research materials compiled regarding the life of John Cleve Green and his contributions to Princeton University.

  • Pennington Satterthwaite Papers. 1882-1893 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC355

    Pennington Satterthwaite was a graduate of Princeton University's Class of 1893 and an architect. The Pennington Satterthwaite Papers consists of various documents pertaining to Satterthwaite's early life up to and including his time as an undergraduate at Princeton University (then the College of New Jersey).

  • Rose Photography Studio Collection of Glass-Plate Negatives. circa 1880-1920 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC356

    The Rose Photography Studio of Princeton, New Jersey was founded in 1873 by Royal Hill Rose, and was operated by successive generations of the Rose family until 1951. The studio provided photography services for the Princeton community as well as Princeton University. The collection consists of approximately 700 glass-plate negatives of images of Princeton University taken by the Rose Photography Studio. The negatives depict campus events, alumni reunions, class photographs, and student groups.

  • Robertson Foundation Records. 1959-2009 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC357

    The Robertson Foundation was established in 1961 to expand and support the graduate program of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Consists of materials from files of the Secretary of the Robertson Foundation, including Robertson Foundation Board of Trustees meeting minutes (1961-2009), Robertson Foundation chronological files (1959-2002), and miscellaneous Robertson Foundation Investment Committee materials (1961-1992).

  • Department of Chemistry Records. 1893-2009 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC358

    The Department of Chemistry at Princeton University dates back to the early days of the College of New Jersey, and today it is one of the University's largest undergraduate concentrations. The collection contains examinations and grade books, records pertaining to chemistry research performed at the department in support of the U.S. Manhattan project and departmental records.

  • Tiger Hockey Email Newsletters. 2007-2010 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC359

    Tom and Ellen Crane are the parents of a Princeton Class of 2010 men's hockey player. The collection consists of email newsletters written by the Cranes for the families and fans of the Princeton men's hockey team.

  • Quipfire! Records. 1992-1995 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC360

    Quipfire! is Princeton University's first student improvisational comedy group. The records contain promotional material, performances and founding documents for Quipfire!

  • Princeton University Printed Materials Collection. 1999-2015 (inclusive), 2007-2015 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC361

    The Princeton University Printed Materials Collection is made up of programs, small newsletters, brochures, announcements and ephemera that are issued by University offices, departments and programs as well as by student organizations.

  • Broadcast Center Recordings. circa 1980-2014 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC362

    The Broadcast Center operates a full TV/Audio production studio and supports recording of events, classes, and interviews at the studio and on campus. The collection includes over 2,300 video recordings of Princeton related lectures, conferences, symposia, events, ceremonies and creative works.

  • Joseph Faber Email Correspondence. 1995-1997 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC363

    Joseph Faber is member of the Princeton Class of 1997. Consists of paper printouts of the email correspondence of Joseph Faber from 1995 to 1997.

  • Princeton University Publications Collection. circa 1748-2015 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC364

    The Princeton University Publications collection contains issues of nearly 150 different periodicals published by the university and related organizations, as well as a few items published by others about the university, that have not been cataloged individually.

  • Carl A. Fields Papers. 1938-2009 (inclusive), 1960-1998 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC365

    Educator and advocate of minority education Dr. Carl A. Fields, the first African American to hold a high-ranking position at an Ivy League school, was appointed Assistant Director of Student Aid and then Assistant Dean of the College at Princeton before serving in other leadership positions outside the University. The Carl A. Fields Papers consist of correspondence, reports, research material on race relations and minority education, handwritten notes, project proposals, and other papers that document his life and career.

  • Office of Information Technology Records. 1956-2009 (inclusive), 1980-2008 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC366

    The Office of Information Technology oversees Princeton University’s academic and administrative systems and the information technology infrastructure that supports them. It also provides information technology products and services for students, staff, faculty, and alumni of the University. The Office of Information Technology Records consists of paper records and electronic media related to the administration and implementation of information technology at Princeton University.

  • Class of 1969 Community Service Fund Records. 1995-2009 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC367

    The Class of 1969 Community Service Fund provides community service opportunities to Princeton students primarily through domestic and international internships. The records document the fund's internship programs and include applications for and evaluations of internships.

  • Triangle Club Board of Trustee Records. circa 1966-1992, 2006-2011 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC368

    The Triangle Club Board of Trustees, which is composed of Triangle Club alumni, was established in 1901 in order to promote the Club, enhance its reputation, make arrangements for the annual tour, and ensure a record of its activities. The collection documents the governance of the Triangle Club by its graduate Board of Trustees, particularly under the chairmanship of John Ball '52 (1973-1985), and includes bylaws, correspondence, reports and meeting agendas and minutes. The collection also includes minutes of the board of trustees meetings for 1983-1992 and 2006-2011.

  • Dean Mathey Papers. 1896-2010 (inclusive), 1906-1972 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC369

    Dean Mathey (d. 1972), Class of 1912, was a member of the Board of Trustees and an ardent supporter of the University. The collection documents Mathey's familial relationships, service to Princeton, tennis career and other activities from his undergraduate days to the end of his life.

  • Hedges family papers. 1979-1938 (inclusive), 1925-1931 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC370

    The Hedges family produced three Princetonians in two generations: Benjamin van Doren Hedges (1866-1930, Princeton class of 1888) and his sons Benjamin van Doren Hedges (1907-1969, Princeton class of 1930) and Robert W. Hedges (1908-1950, Princeton class of 1931). This collection contains scrapbooks, to all three Hedges family Princetonians, as well as several other family members, including materials produced at Princeton and elsewhere.

  • James W. Alexander Scrapbooks on Princeton University. 1887-1905 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC371

    James W. Alexander, member of the Princeton class of 1860, was a prominent New York City insurance official and financier, an active alumnus, and a member of the Princeton Board of Trustees. The collection consists of 19 scrapbooks containing clippings about Princeton University from Philadelphia, New York and Princeton newspapers, arranged chronologically with occasional correspondence and ephemera from the University.

  • Princeton University at Exposition Universelle Internationale Records. 1900.

    Call Number: AC372

    Princeton University mounted an exhibition booth including photographs and information about the school at the Exposition Universelle Internationale de 1900, a world's fair held in Paris, France between April and November 1900. The collection includes photographs, graphic charts, and wall labels used in the exhibition, as well as an official certificate awarded to Princeton University for its exhibition.

  • Princeton University at Exposition Universelle Internationale Records. 1900.

    Call Number: AC372

    Princeton University mounted an exhibition booth including photographs and information about the school at the Exposition Universelle Internationale de 1900, a world's fair held in Paris, France between April and November 1900. The collection includes photographs, graphic charts, and wall labels used in the exhibition, as well as an official certificate awarded to Princeton University for its exhibition.

  • Princeton at the World's Columbian Exhibition Records. 1893.

    Call Number: AC373

    Princeton University, then known as the College of New Jersey at Princeton, mounted an exhibition booth at the World's Columbian Exposition, a world's fair held in Chicago from May to October 1893. The collection includes three certificates from the U.S. Congress honoring Princeton for the exhibit, three copies of a photograph of Dr. and Mrs. McCosh seated in the exhibit booth, a written proposal for the exhibit, layout plans for the exhibit, and two bound registers containing the autographs and home cities of visitors to the exhibit.

  • Princeton at the World's Columbian Exhibition Records. 1893.

    Call Number: AC373

    Princeton University, then known as the College of New Jersey at Princeton, mounted an exhibition booth at the World's Columbian Exposition, a world's fair held in Chicago from May to October 1893. The collection includes three certificates from the U.S. Congress honoring Princeton for the exhibit, three copies of a photograph of Dr. and Mrs. McCosh seated in the exhibit booth, a written proposal for the exhibit, layout plans for the exhibit, and two bound registers containing the autographs and home cities of visitors to the exhibit.

  • Student Academic Work Collection. 1862-2009 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC374

    This collection consists of essays, notes on readings, laboratory notebooks, drawings and similar academic work products created by Princeton students.

  • Princeton University Broadsheets Collection. circa 1807-1983 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC375

    This collection comprises broadsides, posters and similar single-sided oversize printed objects created by or for Princeton University.

  • Princeton University Broadsheets Collection. circa 1807-1983 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC375

    This collection comprises broadsides, posters and similar single-sided oversize printed objects created by or for Princeton University.

  • Princeton Artwork Collection. circa 1820-1990 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC376

    This collection comprises paintings, drawings, prints, cartoons, and other original artwork and reproductions representing the Princeton campus, its dezinens, sporting and other events, and symbols of the school.

  • Princeton University Bulletin Correspondence. 1899-1901 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC377

    The Princeton University Bulletin, a quarterly publication edited by the president and members of the faculty, was published from 1889 to 1904. The collection contains a single letterpress copybook of business correspondence.

  • Princeton University Bulletin Correspondence. 1899-1901 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC377

    The Princeton University Bulletin, a quarterly publication edited by the president and members of the faculty, was published from 1889 to 1904. The collection contains a single letterpress copybook of business correspondence.

  • Historical Photograph Collection: Slides series. circa 1899-1980 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC378

    Consists of several hundred lantern slides and 35mm slides containing images of Princeton University, primarily the campus and buildings, but also students, faculty and staff.

  • Department of Sociology Records. 1962-1969 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC380

    This collection consists of seven research reports written in the 1960s by faculty in the Department of Sociology.

  • Donald Marsden Collection on Triangle Club. circa 1965-1968 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC383

    Donald A. Marsden is a member of the Princeton class of 1964, a Triangle Club alumnus, and author of the 1968 book The Long Kickline: A History of the Princeton Triangle Club. The collection consists of Marsden's materials related to his published history of the Triangle Club, The Long Kickline.

  • Charles E. Fehon Papers. circa 1947-1950 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC384

    Consists primarily of original artwork created by Charles E. Fehon, Princeton Class of 1950, during the process of designing sets and costumes for Princeton theater groups including Theatre Intime, University Players, and the Triangle Club.

  • General Princeton Theater Collection. 1883-1998 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC385

    There are several well-known Princeton theatrical groups, but students and faculty have also organized many smaller groups over the decades, both short-term and long-lived. The collection consists of posters, programs, photographs, news clippings, and a very small amount of design and planning materials gathered about campus theatrical groups that are not already represented in dedicated archival collections.

  • Princeton Aerial Photographs and Geographic Data Collection. 1982 (inclusive), 1999-2006 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC386

    The Princeton University Facilities Organization is a large and diverse group of departments that support the educational mission of Princeton University in material ways. The collection consists of aerial photographs and digital maps of the Princeton University campus.

  • Charles H. Schultz Collection. 1952-1958 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC387

    Charles H. Schultz is a member of the Princeton Class of 1954. The collection consists of scripts, sides, photographs, reviews, programs, clippings, and miscellaneous material relating to the University Players, Theatre Intime, and the Triangle Club of Princeton during the years Schultz was a participant in these groups.

  • Princeton in Africa Records. 2001-2016 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC389

    Princeton in Africa (PiAf) is an independent affiliate of Princeton University that seeks to develop young leaders and advance Africa through humanitarian efforts. Collection consists of newsletters, bulletins, invitations to annual benefit, publications, news releases, promotional materials, and fundraising materials.

  • Holland Donan, Class of 1951, Papers. 1952-1994 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC390

    Holland "Hollie" Donan, class of 1951, played defensive tackle for the Princeton Tigers from 1948-1950. Collection consists of newspaper clippings, correspondence, and photographs relating to Donan’s football career at Princeton and his 1984 induction into the National Football Hall of Fame.

  • Harold Kuhn Papers on the Committee on the Structure of the University. 1967-1993 (inclusive), 1967-1970 (bulk).

    Call Number: AC391

    Harold W. Kuhn was a professor of mathematical economics in the Princeton mathematics department, where he taught for over 40 years, and faculty representative on the Committee on the Structure of the University. The collection consists of reports, meeting minutes, membership rosters, correspondence, and notes relating to the Committee on the Structure of the University and the Council of the Princeton University Community.

  • Harold R. Medina Papers regarding Service to Princeton University. 1942-1966 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC392

    Harold R. Medina was a well-known judge and active Princeton alumnus. These records document Judge Harold Medina's role as a trustee of Princeton University, a member of the Graduate Council, and a member of the advisory council for modern languages and literatures.

  • Lawrence Rauch Papers. circa 1932-1951 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC393

    Lawrence Rauch was a Princeton University graduate student (Ph.D. Mathematics, 1949) and a pioneer in the field of radio telemetry. The bulk of the collection consists of letters written home by Rauch during his time as a graduate student at Princeton from 1941 to 1949, which document Princeton academics and student life as well as Rauch's work in radio telemetry, and include references to his defense work for the United States government.

  • Women's Golf at Princeton Records. 1979-2011 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC394

    These records document the struggle to establish a women's golf program at Princeton University in the 1970s and its development since that time. Records include correspondence, memoranda, notes and clippings pertaining to Women's Golf at Princeton and Betty Whelan Donovan's tenure as creator and coach of the organization.

  • William Wells Church Collection. 1893-1910 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC395

    Bill Church was a noted football player at Princeton University at the end of the 19th century. This collection includes correspondence, telegrams, ephemera, clippings, and other materials related to his time at Princeton.

  • Historical Photograph Collection: Digital Photographs Series. 1967-1981 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC396

    The Historical Photograph Collection: Digital Photographs Series consists of digital images of Princeton University-related subjects. These may include digital facsimiles of physical photographs or born-digital images.

  • Department of Psychology Records. 1880-1940 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC397

    The Department of Psychology dates from 1893, but was not officially established as an independent department until 1920. This collection includes group portraits and portraits of deparment faculty as well as some photos of individuals and locations that may not be Princeton-related.

  • Program in Dance Records,. 1969-2010 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC398

    The study of dance at Princeton began with introduction of coeducation in 1969 and, under the forty year leadership of Ze'eva Cohen, strengthened until it became an official academic offering in 1975 and an autonomous program in 2009. The records primarily consist of photographs of dance at Princeton collected by Professor Ze'eva Cohen.

  • Department of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures Records. 1994-2010 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC399

    The Department of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures was formed from the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures in 2001 and offers an undergraduate major in Spanish and/or Portuguese as well as a graduate program in the field. The records consist of undergraduate course syllabi from the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures for the academic years 1994/1995 through 2009/2010.

  • Princeton Prize in Race Relations Records. 1999-2011 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC400

    The Princeton Prize in Race Relations was established in 2003 by alumni volunteers to recognize and encourage high school students who have made efforts to improve racial harmony. The Princeton Prize in Race Relations Records consist of the files of the founder of the Princeton Prize, Henry Von Kohorn '66.

  • Alan W. Richards Photographs of Princeton University Athletics, 1946-1970. 1946-1970 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC401

    Alan Windsor Richards was a freelance photographer known for the images he captured of people and events associated with Princeton University from the mid-1940s through the late 1960s. The collection consists of photographic negatives and a very few photographic prints of images captured by Richards of Princeton University athletes and sports events.

  • Theodore Ziolkowski Papers. 1964-2001. (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC402

    Theodore Ziolkowski was a Princeton University professor in the departments of Modern Languages and Literatures and Comparative Literature from 1964 to 2001, and Dean of the Graduate School from 1979 to 1992. The papers include teaching-related materials such as research notes, lectures notes, course syllabi and examinations, as well as materials relating to Ziolkowski's governance of the Graduate School.

  • Princeton University Athletics Scrapbooks and Clippings Collection, . circa 1914-1967 (inclusive), 1914-1967 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC404

    Organized competitive athletics appeared on the Princeton campus in the 1850s and 1860s through the formation of intramural and intercollegiate athletics clubs which evolved over the ensuing century into the modern collegiate athletic system. The collection consists of scrapbooks and sets of clippings about sports and athletes at Princeton.

  • Princeton University Student Clubs Records. 1821-1926 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC406

    Princeton students have formed clubs for social, charitable, religious, political and other purposes nearly since the school's founding. Princeton University Student Clubs Records, 1821-1926 consists of bound volumes including minute books, financial ledgers, and other record books from student-organized campus clubs including the Nassau Hall Education Society (1821-1839), Literary Sharpshooters (1887-1888), the Philosophical Club (1889-1894), the Hill Club (1900-1904), and the Internaional Polity Club (1914-1926).

  • Corporate and Foundation Relations Records, . 1980-1997 (inclusive), 1980-1997 (inclusive).

    Call Number: AC407

    Corporate and Foundation Relations is an office within the department of Research at Princeton that raises funds to support education, research, and scholarship at the University. The collection includes annual reports (1980-1997), department statistics (1988-1993), and campaign status reports (1981-1985).

  • Selected Papers of Robert Thompson Sloss. 1881-1917 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0005

    Consists of selected correspondence and other material of American journalist Robert Sloss.

  • Russell W. Moore Autograph Collection of Princetonians. 1738-1918 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0017

    Consists of autograph letters and documents of Princetonians collected by American chemist and collector, Russell W. Moore (Princeton Class of 1883).

  • Gordon Hall Gerould Papers. 1904-1953 (inclusive), 1945-1950 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0018

    Consists of material related to Gordon Hall Gerould's work at Princeton University where he served as a professor of English from 1905 to 1946.

  • Laurence Hutton Papers. 1880-1895 (bulk), 1817-1904 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0021

    The Laurence Hutton Papers consists of materials of editor and essayist Laurence Hutton. Included are bound volumes, such as letterbooks (1868-1904), clippings of Hutton's contributions to the press, and several volumes of family photographs.

  • Frank Jewett Mather Papers. 1906-1948 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0025

    Consists primarily of correspondence of the American educator, art critic, and museum director Frank Jewett Mather (1868-1953).

  • Samuel Stanhope Smith Collection. 1772-1817 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0028

    Consists of manuscripts, letters, and documents of Samuel Stanhope Smith, covering, for the most part, the years (1795-1812) he served as president of the College of New Jersey, now Princeton.

  • Hugh MacNair Kahler Papers. 1900-1964 (inclusive), 1900-1950 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0042

    Consists of writings, correspondence, documents, photographs, and other miscellanea of the American editor, novelist, and storywriter Hugh MacNair Kahler.

  • Henry Norris Russell Papers. 1894-1956 (bulk), 1894-1980 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0045

    Consists of personal papers of American astronomer Henry Norris Russell (Princeton Class of 1897), including notes kept by Russell as a student at Princeton (1894-1898), lecture notes when a professor at Princeton, and working notes on scientific and military problems.

  • Paul Elmer More Papers. 1888-1949 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0054

    The Paul Elmer More Papers reflect on More's life and career as an author, editor of The Nation (1909-1914), and lecturer at Princeton University (1918-1933) in philosophy and classics.

  • Willard H. Bradford Princeton Collection. 1779-1897 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0057

    Consists of manuscripts, correspondence, and documents relating to the College of New Jersey and the locale of Princeton, collected by Willard H. Bradford (Class of 1891).

  • Joseph Henry Collection. 1834-1878 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0086

    Consists of selected correspondence and documents of Joseph Henry (1797-1878), the American physicist, inventor, and first secretary and director of the Smithsonian Institution.

  • Aaron Burr (1716-1757) Collection. 1750-1761 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0090

    This is an open collection for accessions of Aaron Burr (1716-1757) manuscripts, letters, documents, and related material.

  • Arthur Bartlett Maurice Correspondence. 1901-1945 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0102

    Consists of over 200 letters by American authors to to the American editor and author Arthur Bartlett Maurice (1873-1946, Princeton Class of 1894).

  • General Manuscripts Miscellaneous Collection. 1502-2012 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0140

    Consists of over 3000 miscellaneous items of primarily American literary, historical, and political figures, including business and personal letters, manuscripts, drawings, photographs, and official documents.

  • Selected Papers of Wilson Farrand. 1878-1941 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0155

    The collection contains selected papers of Wilson Farrand (Princeton Class of 1886), including correspondence, addresses, articles, and writings from his student days.

  • Thomas Foxcroft Correspondence. 1729-1759 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0160

    Thomas Foxcroft served as a Congregational minister at the First Church of Boston. The collection consists primarily of letters sent to Foxcroft by acquaintances and colleagues, notably Jonathan Dickinson (1688-1747) and Experience Mayhew (1673-1758). Several manuscripts, including sermons by Jonathan Dickinson (both written and printed) and lengthy responses to theological debates, are also included.

  • Friends of the Princeton University Library: Whitney Darrow Collection. 1931-1935 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0161

    Consists of manuscripts, correspondence, and miscellaneous materials relating to the Friends of the Library Dinners given for several special occasions in the 1930s, collected by Whitney Darrow, secretary of the Friends.

  • Selected Papers of Thomas W. Hotchkiss. 1891-1935 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0166

    The Selected Papers of Thomas W. Hotchkiss consists of articles, notes, correspondence, and clippings of the American lawyer, editor, magazine writer, professional researcher, and Princeton graduate (Class of 1889) Thomas W. (Thomas Woodward) Hotchkiss (1867-1953).

  • Selected Papers of William Meredith. 1937-1967 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0175

    Consists, for the most part, of letters to American poet William Meredith (Princeton Class of 1940) from American authors, most of whom have been associated with Princeton.

  • Charles Godfrey Leland Collection. 1841-1902 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0204

    The Charles Godfrey Leland Collection consists of writings, correspondence, and miscellanea of the American editor, humorist, essayist, and folklorist Charles Godfrey Leland (1824-1903).

  • Robert Bridges Collection. 1896-1939 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0209

    Consists of correspondence and miscellany pertaining to Robert Bridges' editorial work at Charles Scribner's Sons, as well as material relating to Princeton (particularly his Class of 1879 and the Princeton Club of New York), the Century Club, and the Coffee House Club, in all of which Bridges was an active member.

  • Louis O. Coxe Collection. 1941-1977 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0210

    Louis O. Coxe (Princeton Class of 1940) was a noted twentieth-century poet, playwright, and critic. The collection contains autograph and typescript versions of Coxe's poetry and sixteen of Coxe's notebooks. Also included are materials for the play Billy Budd, such as notes, drafts, worksheets, galley proofs, and production notes.

  • Julia Burt Atteberry Papers. 1829-1979 (inclusive), 1911-1973 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0226

    Julia Burt Atteberry was the daughter of Maxwell Struthers Burt (Princeton Class of 1904) and Katharine Newlin Burt, who were both writers and established one of the first "dude" ranches in the West. This collection consists of correspondence between various members of the Burt family and some of their manuscripts, miscellaneous correspondence, documents, and journals.

  • R. P. Blackmur Papers. 1864-1965 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0227

    Richard Palmer Blackmur was a notable literary critic, poet, and Princeton University professor. This collection documents Blackmur’s creative and academic efforts, and includes his critical essays, reviews, poetry, short stories, plays, and unpublished novels. In addition to his writings, Blackmur's papers contain significant correspondence with major literary figures of the twentieth century.

  • Charles Richard Williams Papers. 1863-1927 (inclusive), 1900-1927 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0231

    Charles Richard Williams, Princeton Class of 1875, was an author and editor of the Indianapolis News between 1892-1911. The collection consists of selected holograph and typescript manuscripts of nonfiction, lectures, essays, poetry, translations, and paraphrases of Williams, as well as correspondence and documents pertaining to him, correspondence of other persons, and some of his works in print.

  • Jonathan Edwards Family Collection. 1723-1798 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0233

    Consists of selected correspondence, sermons, and documents of Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) America's most important and original philosophical theologian, and his three sons, Timothy, Jonathan, and Pierpont Edwards.

  • Grover Cleveland Collection. 1860-1907 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0237

    Consists of several holograph addresses, miscellaneous correspondence, and family photographs of American president Grover Cleveland.

  • Selected Papers of Charles C. Black. 1881-1945 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0248

    The Selected Papers of Charles C. Black consists of documents (1881-1929) relating to various judicial and other appointments and letters received by Black (Princeton Class of 1878) from Abram H. Wintersteen, Herbert S. S. Smith, James R. Macfarlane, William T. Kruse, and others primarily concerning the activities of the Class of 1878.

  • Ashbel Green Papers. 1744-1958 (inclusive), 1783-1844 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0257

    Ashbel Green (1762-1848) was a prominent Presbyterian minister, eighth president of the College of New Jersey, and co-founder of the Princeton Theological Seminary. The bulk of the papers consist of Green's personal writings, including diaries and sermons. The papers of Green's father, the Reverend Jacob Green (1722-1790) are also included.

  • Selected Manuscripts of Rudolf Ladenburg. 1889-1953 (inclusive), 1935-1952 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0264

    Rudolf Ladenburg was a German-born scientist who became a nuclear physicist at Princeton University until his retirement in 1950. The collection contains some of Ladenburg’s manuscripts, lecture and course notes, and notes on nuclear physics.

  • William Berryman Scott Papers. 1910-1940 (bulk), 1874-1946 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0265

    Consists of papers of William Berryman Scott (Princeton Class of 1877), an eminent vertebrate paleontologist and professor of geology at Princeton University.

  • Allan Marquand Papers. 1858-1951 (inclusive), 1878-1950 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0269

    Consists of the papers of Allan Marquand, Princeton art professor, founder of the University's Department of Art and Archaeology, and first director of its Art Museum.

  • John Witherspoon Collection. 1765-1903 (inclusive), 1767-1790 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0274

    Consists of selected manuscripts, correspondence, and documents of John Witherspoon, who was sixth president of the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) and a signer of the Declaration of Independence.

  • Henry Van Dyke Family Papers. 1694-1963 (inclusive), 1840-1950s (bulk).

    Call Number: C0276

    The Henry Van Dyke Family Papers consists of papers of three generations of the prominent Van Dyke family of New York and Princeton, beginning with Henry Jackson Van Dyke (1822-1891) and his wife, Henrietta [Ashmead] Van Dyke (1820-1893), followed by their children, Henry Van Dyke (1852-1933) and Paul Van Dyke (1859-1933), and ending with Henry van Dyke's son Tertius Van Dyke (1886-1958).

  • Benedict Thielen Letters to Frederic Roderigo Gruger, Jr. 1918-1962 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0285

    Consists of letters by American novelist Benedict Thielen (Princeton Class of 1923) to Frederic Roderigo Gruger, Jr.

  • Samuel Blair Sermons. 1766-1769 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0291

    Consists mainly of holograph sermons, some complete, some fragmentary, of Samuel Blair (Princeton Class of 1760), who served as chaplain to Congress in 1790.

  • Willard Thorp Papers. 1886-1981 (inclusive), 1930-1970 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0292

    The Willard Thorp Papers consists of material which reflects the long careers of American educators, authors, and literary critics Willard and Margaret Thorp. Willard's papers (1923-1981) include correspondence, writings, class lecture notes, documents, journals and diaries, printed matter, photographs, and papers of others during his writing and teaching years at Princeton University. Margaret's papers (1917-1960) include writings, correspondence, journals, notebooks, and family sketchbooks and photographs.

  • James Madison, the Virginia Revolutionist by Irving Brant. 1940.

    Call Number: C0296

    Consists of the original typed draft with holograph corrections of Irving Brant's biography James Madison, the Virginia Revolutionist

  • Dayton Family Papers. 1734-1868 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0302

    Consists of selected papers of several members of the Dayton family of Elizabeth, N.J., including Jonathan Dayton (Princeton Class of 1776) and his father, Elias Dayton.

  • Frothingham Family Collection. 1850-1950 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0303

    Consists mainly of correspondence between family members of Arthur L. Frothingham, who was a Princeton professor of archaeology (1886-1905). The collection includes correspondence and family photographs from his father, Arthur L. Frothingham, mother, Jessie Peabody Frothingham, and sister, Jessie Peabody Frothingham. Also present are manuscripts concerning Arthur L. Frothingham's study (ca.1912) on arches in the Roman Empire.

  • Green Family Collection. 1771-1969 (inclusive), 1810-1895 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0304

    The Green Family Collection consists of correspondence, documents, and printed matter of the Green family of Trenton and Mercer County, New Jersey, including Henry Woodhull Green (Princeton Class of 1820), his parents, Elizabeth and Caleb Green, his brother, John Cleve Green, and his son, Charles Ewing Green.

  • John S. Hart Papers. 1826-1875 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0308

    The John S. Hart Papers contains speeches, essays, English lectures, sermons, and poems written by Hart (Princeton Class of 1830), as well as family correspondence and letters which reflect Hart’s professional role in teaching and administration at the Edgehill School, Central High School in Philadelphia, the State Normal School of New Jersey, and at Princeton University.

  • Benjamin Harris Brewster Papers. 1820-1887 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0309

    Consists mainly of correspondence and legal documents of Benjamin Harris Brewster (Princeton Class of 1834), much of it related to the Star Route prosecutions during Brewster's tenure as attorney general under President Chester Alan Arthur.

  • Christian Gauss Papers. 1863-1952 (inclusive), 1900-1951 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0310

    Christian Gauss was one of Woodrow Wilson's original preceptors, the first Class of 1900 Professor of Modern Languages, and the third Dean of the College. The Christian Gauss papers include personal and professional writings, correspondence, photographs, memorabilia, and assorted ephemera and printed matter, as well as numerous documents related to the Gauss family.

  • Morris W. Croll Collection. 1905-1930 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0312

    Consists of the notes for lectures, articles, and books of Morris W. Croll, who taught literature at Princeton.

  • George McLean Harper Papers. 1907-1953 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0313

    George McLean Harper was a writer and educator in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The collection consists of papers and manuscripts concerning two of Harper's books William Wordsworth, His Life, Works, and Influence (1916) and Wordsworth's French Daughter (1921). There are also papers relating to Harper's poems, stories, articles and speeches, as well as some correspondence.

  • Sidney D. Gamble Photographs. 1911-1919 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0319

    Consists of eleven photograph albums of Sidney D. Gamble (Princeton Class of 1912). Two contain photographs taken during his senior year at Princeton; the remaining albums are filled with photographs which reflect the life he knew in China as a Y.M.C.A. official (1918-1919, 1924-1927).

  • Moses Taylor Pyne Papers. 1686-1939 (inclusive), 1861-1913 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0327

    Consists of papers of Moses Taylor Pyne (Princeton Class of 1877), who devoted most of his adult life, and much of his acquired fortune, to helping Princeton grow from a college into a university.

  • George Madison Priest Papers. 1917-1941 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0329

    Consists of papers of American literary historian George Madison Priest

  • Thomas Marc Parrott Papers. 1882-1957 (inclusive), 1915-1952 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0333

    Consists of papers of American Shakespearean scholar Thomas Marc Parrott (Princeton Class of 1888), as well as printed matter and some works of other authors.

  • Robert Bernard Martin Papers. 1852-1980 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0334

    Consists of two distinct groups of papers of author Robert Bernard Martin: material relating to his scholarly research and writings on the English novelist and clergyman Charles Kingsley and manuscripts of eight of Martin's published novels and works of non-fiction.

  • Selected Papers of Donald A. Stauffer. 1916-1952 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0337

    Consists of papers of the American literary critic and novelist Donald A. Stauffer (1902-1952, Princeton Class of 1923).

  • Ernest Cushing Richardson Collection. 1832-1954 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0341

    Consists of the personal papers of Ernest Cushing Richardson, librarian of Princeton University Library from 1890 till 1925.

  • John Maclean Letters and Papers. 1750-1890 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0342

    Consists of nine letters by John Maclean, Princeton's first professor of chemistry, as well as a manuscript containing biographical details of Maclean's life.

  • Charles Woodruff Shields Papers. 1839-1905 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0343

    Consists of personal papers of Charles W. Shields (Princeton Class of 1844), professor of philosophy and history at Princeton from 1865 to 1903.

  • Frederic Vinton Correspondence. 1847-1899 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0344

    Consists of selected correspondence of Frederic Vinton, librarian at Princeton from 1873 to 1890.

  • C. A. Young Collection. 1873-1897 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0345

    Consists, for the most part, of letters written to nineteenth-century Princeton astronomer C. A. Young by other astronomers and scientific instrument makers.

  • George B. McClellan Papers. 1861-1940 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0349

    Consists of papers of George B. McClellan (Princeton Class of 1886), reflecting his varied career as New York congressman, mayor of New York City, Princeton professor, and author, as well as some papers of McClellan's father, General George Brinton McClellan (1826-1885).

  • J. Duncan Spaeth Collection. 1865-1957 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0351

    Consists of works, correspondence, diaries, photographs, scrapbooks, and printed matter of J. Duncan Spaeth, a preceptor (1905-1911) and professor of English (1911-1935) at Princeton.

  • Theodore W. Tallmadge Papers. 1840-1903 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0353

    Consists primarily of letters by Theodore W. Tallmadge (Princeton Class of 1846), the bulk of which were sent to members of his family, especially to his parents, Darius and Sara Ann Tallmadge, from the College of Augusta in Kentucky (1841-1842), Ohio University (1842-1843), and Princeton (1844-1846).

  • Cameron Family Papers. 1850-1945 (bulk), 1805-1947 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0355

    The Cameron Family Papers consist primarily of the correspondence and writings of former Princeton University professors Henry Clay Cameron (1827-1906) and his son, A. Guyot Cameron (1864-1947), with some correspondence relating to Henry C. Cameron's wife, Wilhelmina "Mina" Louise Cécile Chollet (1832-1908). There is also a significant amount of Cameron family photographs as well as some documents, printed matter, and ephemera relating to Princeton University. Famed Swiss-American geologist, geographer, and Princeton professor Arnold Henry Guyot (1807-1884), a relative of the Cameron family through marriage, is also represented in the collection through classroom maps, correspondence, a journal, and printed articles and lectures by and about Guyot. Most of the materials in the collection are professional in nature.

  • Alfred A. Woodhull Collection. 1776-1916 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0358

    Consists of works, correspondence, genealogical information, photographs, miscellaneous material, and printed works of surgeon and medical inspector Alfred A. Woodhull (Princeton Class of 1856).

  • Thomas Jefferson Wertenbaker Papers. 1910-1959 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0359

    Thomas Jefferson Wertenbaker was an American historian who taught at Princeton from 1910 to 1947. He was internationally recognized and wrote a number of important historical works. In 1947, he was president of the American Historical Association. His papers consist of Wertenbaker’s works, correspondence, photographs, miscellaneous material, and printed matter.

  • Carlos Baker Collection of Ernest Hemingway. 1800s-1987 (inclusive), 1918-1967 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0365

    Consists primarily of Carlos Baker's working papers and biographical files used in preparation of his biography Ernest Hemingway: A Life Story (1969). This was the fourth book on Hemingway written or edited by Baker (1909-1987), a Princeton professor and author. Also present are manuscripts for a novel and book of poetry by Baker, unrelated to his work on Hemingway.

  • Charles Phelps Smyth Papers. 1918-1985 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0367

    Consists of the papers of Princeton chemistry professor Charles Phelps Smyth.

  • Donald Ross Hamilton Papers. 1946-1970 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0370

    Conists of selected papers of Princeton physicist Donald Ross Hamilton.

  • Martin Schwarzschild Papers. 1939-1994 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0373

    Consists of selected correspondence and scientific papers of Martin Schwarzchild, a German-American astronomer and Princeton professor who pioneered the use of balloon-mounted instruments to study stellar structure and evolution.

  • Ira Owen Wade Collection. 1914-1969 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0374

    Ira Owen Wade (Princeton Class of 1924) was a professor of French in Princeton's Department of Romance Languages and Literatures. His collection consists of typescript of his writings on Voltaire, professional correspondence, research notes, and some student work.

  • Godfrey Winham Writings on Music. 1958-1975 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0375

    Consists of Princeton music professor Godfrey Winham's unpublished writings on music, which have been edited, collated, and indexed by Roger Maren.

  • Edwin Plimpton Adams Papers. 1900-1945 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0378

    Consists of writings, correspondence, notebooks, and printed matter of Princeton physicist Edwin Plimpton Adams relating to Meteor Crater (formerly Coon Mountain) in Arizona and the Elliptic Function Formula.

  • Selected Papers of Jonathan Pennington Alward. 1834-1874 (inclusive), 1834-1841 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0379

    The Jonathan Pennington Alward Collection consists of correspondence and assorted writings of the Basking Ridge, N.J., native Jonathan Pennington Alward—a clergyman, missionary, and graduate of Princeton (Class of 1836)—and his family.

  • Julian P. Boyd Papers. 1935-1980 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0392

    Consists of works, correspondence, documents, notes, photographs, and printed matter of Julian Boyd, Princeton University Librarian (1940-1952) and professor of history, and the founding editor of the Papers of Thomas Jefferson publishing project.

  • Rudolf-Ernest Brünnow Papers. 1876-1897 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0396

    German Semitic philologist, Rudolf-Ernst Brünnow (1858-1917) was a professor of Semitics at Princeton (post-1910) in Greek, Latin, German, French, Turkish, Assyrian, and English. The collection consists of notes, photographs, inscriptions, tables, and descriptions by Brünnow.

  • Nelson R. Burr Papers. 1917-1956 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0399

    The Nelson R. Burr Papers consists of works, correspondence, documents, photographs, scrapbooks, juvenilia, and printed matter of American historian, Nelson R. Burr (Princeton Class of 1927). The collection contains materials from his book Education in New Jersey, 1630-1871 (1942), as well as notes, essays and personal correspondence from his undergraduate and graduate school years at Princeton.

  • Sidney P. Clay Family Collection. 1783-1846 (inclusive), 1800-1844 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0404

    The Sidney P. Clay Collection consists of correspondence, documents, and photographs of Clay (Princeton Class of 1821) and members of his family, and includes some correspondence of the Reed family.

  • Selected Papers of Ulric Dahlgren. 1864-1936 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0414

    Consists of writings, correspondence, and subject files of Ulric Dahlgren (Princeton Class of 1894), a professor in Princeton's Department of Biology.

  • Notes of George L. Denny on Woodrow Wilson Lectures. 1899-1900 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0416

    Consists of four notebooks of George L. Denny (Princeton Class of 1900) containing notes on lectures in history, politics, and jurisprudence delivered by Woodrow Wilson in his courses at Princeton.

  • Ernest Theodore DeWald Papers. 1916-1968 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0420

    Consists of papers of Ernest Theodore DeWald (Princeton Class of 1916), professor in the Department of Art and Archaeology specializing in medieval Italian art and director (1946-1960) of the Princeton Art Museum.

  • Duffield Family Papers. 1838-1948 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0421

    Consists of selected papers of the Duffield family of Princeton, N.J.

  • N. Howell Furman Papers. 1903-1961 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0426

    N. Howell Furman (Princeton Class of 1913) was a professor of analytical chemistry at Princeton. His collection consists of scholarly papers, correspondence, miscellaneous material relating to the teaching of chemistry at Princeton.

  • Ernest Gordon Papers. 1950-1979 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0433

    Consists of manuscripts (and related correspondence) of works by Princeton chaplain Ernest Gordon that chronicle his World War II Japanese prisoner-of-war experience and his chaplaincy at Princeton University.

  • Arthur M. Greene Collection. 1902-1953 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0434

    Consists of works, correspondence, and memorabilia of Princeton School of Engineering dean Arthur M. Greene, as well as papers of others about him.

  • Norman Walter Haring Papers. 1918-1923 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0438

    The Norman Walter Haring Papers consists of lecture notes, manuscripts, and a diary fragment of the American art historian, professor, and Princeton graduate (Class of 1919) Norman Walter Haring (1898-1944).

  • H. H. Hess Papers. 1932-1969 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0444

    The H. H. Hess Papers consists of professional papers, correspondence, and related materials of the American geologist and educator Harry Hammond Hess (1906-1969).

  • Philosophy Papers of George Tapley Whitney. 1920-1936 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0448

    Consists of notes and lectures prepared by George Tapley Whitney while he was a professor of philosophy at Princeton University (1916-1936).

  • F. Carrington Weems Papers. 1857-1919 (inclusive), 1906-1913 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0453

    Consists of papers of F. Carrington Weems (Princeton Class of 1907) primarily from his student days at Princeton and several years thereafter, during which he traveled in Europe, worked for the Alaska Road Commission, and became an army colonel in World War I.

  • Maurice Kelley Collection. 1935-1971 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0457

    Contains correspondence, photographs, memorabilia, and printed matter of American educator and librarian, Maurice Kelley (Princeton Class of 1934).

  • George A. Hulett Papers. 1909-1962 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0460

    George A. Hulett (Princeton Class of 1892) was a professor of chemistry at Princeton (1909-1935) and authority on "standard cells." The collection consists of his works, correspondence, documents, photographs, and printed matter.

  • Everett S. Wallis Papers. 1935-1964 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0464

    This collection consists of correspondence, reports, articles, lectures, notes, and printed matter of American chemist, Everett Stanley Wallis, dating primarily from his tenure as Princeton professor of chemistry (1930-1965) and chairman of its biochemical sciences program, and as a research consultant for Merck & Co. of New Jersey and for other pharmaceutical companies.

  • Jeter A. and Elizabeth Riggs Isely Collection. 1842-1940 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0465

    The Jeter A. and Elizabeth Riggs Isely Collection consists of manuscripts, notes, notebooks, and correspondence relating to research by the American historian and Princeton professor Jeter A. (Jeter Allen) Isely (1913-1954) and his wife, Elizabeth ["Lisette"] Riggs Isely (1914-1957).

  • Benedict Jaeger Collection. 1825-1886. (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0466

    Consists of works, correspondence, and printed matter of Benedict Jaeger, professor of natural history and modern languages at Princeton (1832-1843), as well as some papers of others.

  • Philosophy Manuscripts of Walter Kaufmann. 1947-1975 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0469

    The Philosophy Manuscripts of Walter Kaufmann consists of manuscripts, galleys, and page proofs of many of the writings and translations of the American philosopher, educator, and author Walter Kaufmann (1921-1980).

  • Intermission, by Calvin Tomkins. 1947-1951 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0476

    Consists of manuscripts of Calvin Tomkins (Princeton Class of 1947) for his first novel, Intermission (1951).

  • Lawrance Thompson Papers. 1935-1941 (bulk), 1894-1969 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0479

    Consists of selected papers of Lawrance Thompson, including manuscripts for his books on Robert Frost and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and a small amount of correspondence (1936-1942) from the time he was Princeton University Library's Curator of Rare Books and Manuscripts and editor of the Princeton University Library Chronicle.

  • Charles F. W. McClure Papers. 1852-1944 (inclusive), 1891-1929 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0488

    Charles F. W. McClure (Princeton Class of 1888) was a professor in the Princeton biology department. His papers contain approximately 1200 letters sent to McClure by some 440 biologists and anatomists of the academic community in the United States and throughout the world.

  • James G. Smith Papers on New Jersey Industry. 1930-1949 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0493

    Consists of papers of James G. Smith (Princeton Class of 1920), professor of economics at Princeton, related to New Jersey industrial history.

  • MacMartin Family Correspondence. 1827-1878 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0495

    Consists predominantly of nineteenth-century correspondence between members of the MacMartin family of New York and New Jersey.

  • George Macloskie Papers. 1857-1906 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0498

    George Macloskie was a Princeton professor of biology (1875-1906) and an ordained Presbyterian minister and lawyer. His collection consists of notebooks related to his class lectures and papers, scrapbooks, printed material, and a commonplace book (1906).

  • Lucius Hopkins Miller Correspondence. 1903-1917 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0506

    Consists of personal and professional correspondence between Lucius Hopkins Miller (Princeton Class of 1897), a professor in Princeton's Department of Religion, and Princeton colleagues, including Woodrow Wilson, fellow educators at other institutions, and publishers, such as Henry Holt.

  • Henry Dallas Thompson Papers. 1886-1925 (inclusive), 1910-1920 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0509

    Consists primarily of correspondence of Henry Dallas Thompson (Princeton Class of 1885) relating to the planning of reunions for the Class of 1885, of which he was secretary.

  • Charles Rufus Morey Papers. 1924-1945 (bulk), 1900-1954 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0511

    American art historian Charles Rufus Morey (1877-1955) served as professor in the Department of Art and Archaeology at Princeton University from 1918-1945 and as chairman from 1924-1945. The collection includes Morey's drafts for catalogues, mainly at the Museo Sacro and Museo Cristiano; photographs; professional papers, lecture and course notes; and drafts, extracts and contents of vertical files.

  • Molly Shenstone Collection on Thomas Mann. 1939-1969 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0525

    Consists of correspondence, photographs, souvenirs, printed material, and other miscellanea collected by Molly Shenstone about her friend Thomas Mann (1875-1955), the German novelist, essayist, playwright, and lecturer in the humanities at Princeton University.

  • Samuel Jackson Reid Letters. 1901-1919 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0526

    Consists of letters written by Samuel Jackson Reid (Princeton Class of 1906) to his mother, father, brother, and sister from 1901, the year before he entered Princeton, to his death in August, 1918, on a battlefield in France.

  • Smith Ordway Collection. 1880-1927 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0536

    Consists of diaries written by Smith Ordway while he was an undergraduate at Princeton (1880-1884), a seminarian (1885-1888) at Auburn Theological Seminary (N.Y.), a traveler to Europe and the Middle East (1907), and a Presbyterian minister to congregations mainly in New York State (1888-1923). The collection also contains an album of photographs of members of the Class of 1884, scenes of Princeton, and Ordway family members.

  • Osborn and Dodge Family Papers. 1726-1983 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0537

    Consists of correspondence, documents, photographs, printed material, and miscellanea of three generations of the Osborn and Dodge families.

  • Charles Grosvenor Osgood Papers. 1880-1962 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0540

    Consists of works, correspondence, documents, photographs, memorabilia, family papers, scrapbooks, and an autograph book (1880) of Charles Grosvenor Osgood, reflecting his role as one of Woodrow Wilson’s original preceptors (1905) and the importance of the preceptorial system at Princeton. The collection contains typed manuscripts of Osgood’s lectures on Milton, Spenser, and Samuel Johnson, addresses and note cards, and professional correspondence.

  • Pierson Family Documents. 1800-1880 (bulk), 1713-1946 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0548

    Consists of documents representing at least three generations of the Pierson family of Orange, New Jersey, including Isaac Pierson (1770-1833, Princeton Class of 1789), a physician, his son William (1796-1882, Princeton Class of 1816), a physician and first mayor of Orange, and William's sons Edward (d. 1882, Princeton Class of 1854), a lawyer, and William, Jr. (1830-1900), also a physician.

  • Rensselaer W. Lee Papers. 1960-1980 (bulk), 1930-1984 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0552

    Consists of the papers of Princeton art historian Rensselaer W. Lee, including correspondence, lectures, and manuscripts and notes for two published works.

  • Morgan Family Papers. 1840-1940 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0553

    Consists primarily of the correspondence of Josephine Perry Morgan, her husband Junius Spencer Morgan, her daughter Sarah Morgan Gardner, and various other Perry family members. This correspondence concerns mostly family and social matters.

  • Selected Papers of Edward Naumburg. 1882-1993 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0561

    Consists of correspondence, files relating to collecting interests, and miscellanea of the American stockbroker and rare books and manuscripts collector Edward Naumburg (Princeton Class of 1924).

  • Princeton University Archaeological Expeditions Collection. 1886-1909 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0562

    Contains field notes on Greek, Latin, and Semitic inscriptions taken by William Kelly Prentice (Princeton Class of 1892), Enno Littmann, and David Magie on the American Archaeological Expedition to Syria (AAES), 1899-1900, and the Princeton Archaeological Expeditions to Syria (PAES), 1904-1905 and 1909, all sponsored by Princeton University.

  • Hugh S. Taylor Papers. 1911-1972 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0563

    Consists of articles, correspondence, and printed matter of Hugh S.Taylor, chairman of the Princeton Chemistry Department (1926-1951) and dean of the graduate school (1945-1958).

  • John Q. Stewart Papers. 1907-1970s (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0571

    The John Q. Stewart Papers consists of articles, correspondence, conference material, printed material, student papers, and other miscellanea of the American astrophysicist and educator John Quincy Stewart (1894-1972).

  • James Thayer Gerould Papers on Jonathan Edwards. 1931-1937 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0576

    Consists of selected papers of James Thayer Gerould, Princeton librarian (1920-1938), accumulated during the preparation of a bibliography of the works of Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758), Congregational clergyman and Princeton president.

  • Lewis B. Stilwell Papers. 1886-1939 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0584

    The collection consists of American electrical engineer and Princeton trustee Lewis B. Stillwell's engineering reports, correspondence, photographs, blueprints, maps, and printed matter. His professional correspondence relates to his work as an electrical engineer with several energy companies, while his personal papers contain material related to his service as a Princeton trustee.

  • Georges Florovsky Papers. 1950-1969 (bulk), 1916-1982 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0586

    The Georges Florovsky Papers consists of works, correspondence, documents, photographs, and memorabilia of clergyman, teacher and author, Georges Florovsky.

  • Howard McClenahan Collection on World War I Belgian Relief. 1914-1920 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0590

    Consists of correspondence, articles, and a scrapbook of newspaper clippings of Howard McClenahan (Princeton Class of 1894) relating to his trip to England, Holland, and Belgium in 1914-1915 on a mission sponsored by Princeton University to examine and report on the amount and effectiveness of civilian relief provided for Belgium.

  • Notes of James Lawson Norris on Woodrow Wilson Lectures. 1897-1899 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0595

    Consists of six notebooks (1897-1899) of James Lawson Norris (Princeton Class of 1899) containing notes on lectures in jurisprudence, constitutional law, and English common law delivered by Woodrow Wilson in his courses at Princeton.

  • Selected Papers of Herbert Spencer Murch. 1902-1943 (bulk), 1852-1943 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0596

    Consists of correspondence, photographs, clippings, and a scrapbook of Herbert Spencer Murch, a professor of English at Princeton (1906-1944).

  • Selected Papers of David Paton. 1876-1923 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0599

    Consists primarily of letters to Egyptologist David Paton (Princeton Class of 1874) about his four-volume work Early Egyptian Records of Travel: Material for a Historical Geography of Western Asia (1915-1922).

  • Arthur Mendel Papers. 1950-1979 (bulk), 1937-1981 1950-1979 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0600

    Arthur Mendel was a prominent music scholar in the twentieth century and a professor at Princeton University. The collection contains correspondence with professional colleagues, course notes, musical notes, scrapbooks, and clippings. There is also additional unprocessed material from Mendel’s time at Princeton.

  • Ogden N. Rood Correspondence. 1843-1902 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0602

    Consists primarily of letters by Ogden N. Rood (Princeton Class of 1852), written from Troy, N. Y.and Munich, Germany.

  • Robert Garrett Papers. 1901-1992 (inclusive), 1920-1945 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0627

    The Robert Garrett Papers consists of correspondence and documents primarily concerning the Robert Garrett Collection and other collecting interests of Garrett, Princeton Class of 1897.

  • NEUK Collection. 1967-1971 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0636

    Consists of poetry, manuscripts, correspondence, plates, proofs, drawings, promotional material, paste-ups, photographic negatives, and subscription information for seven issues of NEUK, a Princeton student literary magazine, thought to have been published nine times between 1967 and January 1972.

  • Ford Family Papers. 1881-1924 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0656

    Consists of papers of Princeton politics professor Henry Jones Ford and genealogical material relating to the Ford family.

  • Valentine Bargmann Papers. 1908-1988 (inclusive), 1937-1979 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0657

    The Valentine Bargmann Papers consists of personal and professional correspondence, personal papers, awards, medals, lectures notes, drafts and published writings, and documents pertaining to the Einstein Papers Project. Valentine Bargmann was an assistant to Albert Einstein at the Institute for Advanced Study and later became a Princeton University professor of mathematical physics.

  • Edward Kendall Papers. 1935-1970 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0669

    Visiting Professor in the Department of Biochemistry at Princeton and Nobel Peace Prize winner, Edward Kendall conducted biochemical research and is best known for his work on the hormones of the cortex of the adrenal glands. His collection includes typescripts of scientific articles, laboratory notebooks and notes, correspondence regarding patients, and a great deal of printed material.

  • Gilbert Chinard Papers. 1911-1965 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0671

    Gilbert Chinard was a Franco-American scholar who taught at Princeton University and was affiliated with the Institut Français de Washington. The organization, established in 1926 to promote the study of French civilization and culture, endeavors to recognize the French influence in North American culture. The collection houses documents and letters concerning the Institution and an autograph manuscript of James Dunn Hufman’s translation of Andre Lasseray’s Les Français Sous Les Trieze Etoiles.

  • Cyril E. Black Papers. 1932-1989 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0676

    Consists of papers of Cyril E. Black, a Princeton University professor of history.

  • James Creese Letters to Thomas H. English. 1918-1971 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0678

    Consists of approximately 175 letters by college president James Creese (Princeton Class of 1918) to his Princeton classmate and friend Thomas H. English, who became a professor of English at Emory University, Georgia.

  • George F. Thomas Papers. 1930-1977 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0684

    Consists of selected papers of George F. Thomas, professor of religious thought (1940-1968) at Princeton.

  • Naval Papers of Harpur Allen Gosnell. 1928-1947 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0693

    Consists of personal papers of American naval officer Harpur Allen Gosnell (Princeton Class of 1912), including his articles on naval history and naval subjects.

  • Ogden Family Collection. 1682-1853 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0695

    Consists of miscellaneous letters and documents--originals as well as copies--relating to multiple generations of the Ogden family of Elizabeth (formerly Elizabethtown), New Jersey.

  • Jean Labatut Papers. 1915-1983 (inclusive), 1920s-1970s (bulk).

    Call Number: C0709

    The Jean Labatut Papers consists of the professional papers of Jean Labatut (1899-1986), which include correspondence with prominent twentieth-century architects, landscape architects, and designers, the architectural files for his major and minor projects, and the administrative papers and teaching materials that he accumulated while he was the Director of Graduate Studies in Architecture at Princeton University (1928-1967), the position for which he is best remembered. Also included are Labatut's family papers, containing albums of photographs compiled by his sister-in-law, Mrs. Elliott F. Shepard, while she helped to operate a convalescence home founded by her husband in France for soldiers in World War I.

  • Charles H. McIlwaine Papers. 1707-1946 (inclusive), 1894-1946 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0720

    Author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning book The American Revolution (1923), Charles H. McIlwaine (Princeton Class of 1894) was a professor of history and government at both Princeton (1905-1910) and Harvard University (1926-1946). His papers include notes, lectures, and other miscellaneous personal papers.

  • Boudinot Family Collection. 1772-1852 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0725

    The collection consists of correspondence and documents of various members of the Boudinot family of New Jersey, regarding family, business, and political affairs. Most of the correspondence is related to Elias Boudinot IV (Trustee of Princeton University, 1772-1821) and his brother Elisha but many other family members are also represented.

  • Princeton University Press Records. 1905-2014 (inclusive), 1940s-1990s (bulk).

    Call Number: C0728

    The Princeton University Press Records document the business acitivities of Princeton University Press. They include extensive files on works published by the press, as well as staff files, review files, editorial board and board of trustees files, financial information, production files, and publications.

  • Winthrop M. Daniels Correspondence. 1911-1942 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0734

    Contains selected correspondence of economics professor Winthrop M. Daniels (Princeton Class of 1888).

  • Eugene Paul Wigner Papers. 1930s-1980s (inclusive), 1940s-1970s (bulk).

    Call Number: C0742

    Consists of the papers of Hungarian-born, Nobel Prize-winning physicist Eugene Wigner, and includes correspondence, subject files, writings, and offprints reflecting his long career in physics.

  • William A. Packard Collection. 1857-1878 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0750

    Consists of selected papers of classics professor William A. Packard.

  • Landon T. Raymond Papers on the Class of 1917. 1913-1973 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0751

    Consists of typescripts of letters by Landon T. Raymond (Princeton Class of 1917) to his parents and other family members while at Princeton University and overseas during World War I; a diary for 1918; a file of correspondence related to his collection of books by and about members of the Class of 1917, especially F. Scott Fitzgerald.

  • Gerald Eades Bentley Papers. 1927-1980s (inclusive), 1940-1970 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0754

    Shakespearean scholar Gerald Eades Bentley was a professor of English at Princeton University (1945-1970) and assistant librarian for Rare Books and Special Collections (1971-1973). His papers consists of notes, typescripts, and galleys for three published works, The Jacobean and Caroline Stage (1941-1968), The Profession of Dramatist in Shakespeare's Time, 1590-1642 (1971), and The Profession of Player in Shakespeare's Time, 1590-1642 (1984), as well as various speeches, articles, and correspondence about his works.

  • Edmund Keeley Papers. 1910-2013 (inclusive), 1960-2011 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0763

    Edmund Keeley (1928-) is an author, translator, and Charles Barnwell Straut Professor Emeritus of English at Princeton University, best known for his translations and writings on Greek poets C. P. Cavafy, George Seferis, Odysseus Elytēs and Giannēs Ritsos. The papers consist of Keeley's drafts and proofs of translations, fiction, and nonfiction, including novels, articles, essays, introductions, reviews, and other writings, as well as for works he edited, along with personal and professional correspondence, faculty material, files of the P.E.N. American Center and other institutions with which he was involved, awards and speeches, biographical materials, family papers, scrapbook and other printed materials, manuscripts of others, and photographs.

  • James Gibson Papers. 1858-1859 (bulk), 1858-1932 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0774

    Consists of scrapbook pages and a diary kept by James Gibson from May, 1858, to May, 1859, while traveling in the United States and Canada and attending Princeton Theological Seminary.

  • William A. Fleet Papers. 1916-1918 (bulk), 1894-1983 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0775

    Consists of selected papers of William Fleet, the first American Rhodes Scholar.

  • Kurt Weitzmann Papers. 1930-1991 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0777

    Kurt Weitzmann left his native Germany in 1935 for Princeton where he spent the remainder of his life, at the Institute for Advanced Study as a permanent member (1935-1972) and as a professor in Princeton University’s Dept. of Art and Archaeology (1945-1972). Included are personal and professional correspondence, related files, course outlines, lectures, manuscripts and notes for various published works, scrapbooks of clippings, and printed matter.

  • Lyman Hotchkiss Atwater Papers. 1852-1883 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0792

    Lyman Hotchkiss Atwater was a nineteenth century theologian and scholar. His papers include lectures, notes, published essays, printed matter, and some correspondence, as well as a volume of lecture notes from Atwater's son, Edward Atwater, and articles authored by various people for The Princeton Review.

  • Charles Greene Rockwood Collection on Earthquakes. 1872-1907 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0802

    Charles Greene Rockwood was a professor of mathematics from 1877 to 1905 at Princeton Unviersity, and had many interests in seismology and general scientific study. Consists of scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, letters, notes, and printed matter compiled by Charles Greene Rockwood, relating to earthquakes, tidal waves, volcanos, and unusual astronomical occurrences.

  • William Kelly Prentice Papers. 1797-1965 (inclusive), 1900-1955 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0811

    Consists of works, correspondence, and documents of William Kelly Prentice, a Greek scholar and authority on classical inscriptions, as well as selected papers of his father and various other family members.

  • Charles Henry Smyth Journals. 1892-1908 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0823

    Consists of journals kept by Princeton geology professor Charles Henry Smyth, from 1905 until his retirement in 1934.

  • Joseph Lea Correspondence. 1799-1802 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0875

    Consists of correspondence (approximately 125 letters) between Joseph Lea (Princeton Class of 1802) and his father, Thomas Lea.

  • William Rankin Correspondence. 1881-1958 (inclusive), 1905-1940 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0876

    William Rankin (Princeton Class of 1886) was an art historian, specializing in Italian art, and was co-author, with Alice Van Vechten Brown, of A Short History of Italian Painting (1914). Consists of correspondence of Rankin.

  • Robert H. Dicke Papers. 1939-1996 (inclusive), 1953-1990 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0886

    Robert H. Dicke, born in 1916, was a Princeton physicist, educator, and author. The collection includes Dicke’s professional correspondence, files from his work with the Office of Naval Research, NASA, and the National Science Board, and the National Science Foundation, and assorted other documents.

  • William F. Shellman Papers. 1930s-1980s (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0906

    William F. Shellman was a member of the Dept. of Architecture faculty at Princeton University faculty forty years (1946-1986). He taught introductory courses in architecture and the visual arts and courses designed to heighten architectural students’ visual sensitivity. His collection consists of his papers, primarily lectures and notes for his classes, but including matted illustrations and photographs of sample forms of architecture, cassette tapes of lectures, slides, architectural drawings, and watercolors.

  • Marius B. Jansen Papers. 1921-2000 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0927

    Consists of personal papers of Marius B. Jansen, a Princeton professor of Japanese history.

  • Blair Family Papers. 1843-1961 (inclusive), 1891-1910 (bulk).

    Call Number: C0934

    Consists primarily of travel diaries, scrapbooks, and photograph albums composed by railroad industrialist John Insley Blair and his family. There is also a small selection of letters of Clinton Ledyard Blair regarding a fight over Woodrow Wilson's reforms at Princeton University and Blair's relationship with the University's Board of Trustees.

  • A. Walton Litz Papers. 1969-1993 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0955

    A. Walton Litz was a member of the Princeton Class of 1951, and later became the Holmes Professor of English Literature at Princeton, where he taught from 1956-1993 (?). Consists of Litz's English literature course materials and preliminary chapters for the Cambridge History of Literary Criticism, Volume 7 (2000), edited by Litz, Louis Menand, and Lawrence Rainey.

  • Bernard M. Dwork Papers. 1950-1992 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C0983

    Consists of a chronological series of 101 mathematical notebooks (1958-1997) of Princeton mathematician Bernard M. Dwork.

  • Stephen Alexander Collection. 1827-1882 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1004

    Consists primarily of correspondence of nineteenth-century American astronomer Stephen Alexander.

  • Samuel Beach Family Collection. 1783-1884 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1006

    Consists of eighteenth-century correspondence and documents of Princeton graduate (Class of 1783) Samuel Beach and mostly 19th-century material relating to the Beach and Jones families.

  • John Macpherson Berrien Collection. 1768-1932 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1008

    Consists of several letters and a few family documents of John MacPherson Berrien, Princeton graduate (Class of 1796) and senator from Georgia.

  • John Beatty Family Collection. 1768-1804 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1010

    Consists primarily of 18th-century letters and documents of Princeton graduate (Class of 1769) and New Jersey politician John Beatty and other Beatty family members.

  • Joseph Bloomfield Collection. 1794-1813 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1011

    Consists chiefly of correspondence between New Jersey mayor and governor Joseph Bloomfield and Nicholas Biddle, David Brearley, Aaron Burr, Thomas P. Johnson, Samuel McLane, Edward Miller, and Rev. Andrew Hunter.

  • John and Joseph Cabell Breckinridge Letters. 1808-1837 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1020

    Consists of selected letters by brothers John and Joseph Cabell Breckinridge, both early 19th-century graduates of the College of New Jersey (now Princeton).

  • Howard Crosby Butler Correspondence. 1917.

    Call Number: C1026

    Consists of correspondence of Howard Crosby Butler, Princeton professor of the history of architecture, with former students undergoing military training during World War I.

  • Edward T. Cone Papers. 1924-1996 (inclusive), 1939-1996 (bulk).

    Call Number: C1027

    This collection contains the musical manuscripts, musical sketches, and personal papers of Edward T. Cone, a composer and member of the Princeton University faculty.

  • James Carnahan Collection. 1802-1858 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1029

    Consists of correspondence, documents, and a fragment of a sermon by James Carnahan, ninth president of the College of New Jersey (now Princeton).

  • Samuel Davies Collection. 1752-1759 (bulk), 1752-1931 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1042

    Consists of selected correspondence and several manuscript sermons of Samuel Davies, fourth president of Princeton University.

  • Jonathan Dickinson Collection. 1704-1763 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1046

    Consists chiefly of eighteenth-century correspondence and documents of clergyman Jonathan Dickinson relating to his establishment of the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University).

  • Samuel Finley Collection. 1756-1766 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1055

    Consists of selected correspondence and documents of Samuel Finley, fifth president of Princeton University.

  • Theodore Spencer Journals. 1937-1947 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1056

    Consists of personal journals of Theodore Spencer, American poet and essayist, and distinguished Harvard University literature professor.

  • Hobart Family Collection. 1791-1954 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1080

    Consists primarily of family correspondence of John Henry Hobart, a bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church.

  • Ingersoll Family Collection. 1797-1865 (bulk), 1797-1954 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1090

    Consists chiefly of letters of the Constitution signer and Philadelphia lawyer Jared Ingersoll to his son Charles while he was a student at the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University).

  • Arnold Guyot Collection. 1829-1928 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1095

    Consists of selected correspondence, documents, and related material by and about Arnold Guyot, the Swiss-born American geologist, geographer, and educator whose extensive meteorological observations led to the founding of the U.S. Weather Bureau.

  • Andrew Fleming West Collection. 1894-1933 (bulk), 1873-1974 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1102

    Consists chiefly of correspondence of Andrew Fleming West regarding a conference (1917) on classical studies and the foundation of the American Classical League. West was the dean of Graduate Studies at Princeton University when Woodrow Wilson served as the University's president.

  • Philip Lindsley Letters. 1821-1837 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1111

    Consists of selected letters of Philip Lindsley, educator, Presbyterian clergyman, and acting president of the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) in 1822-1823.

  • Fulton McMahon Collection. 1882-1884 (bulk), 1882-1911 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1119

    Consists chiefly of academic documents of American politician Fulton McMahon while he was attending the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University).

  • William Francis Magie Papers. 1875-1920 (bulk), 1875-1945 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1122

    Consists of miscellaneous academic records and manuscripts of William Francis Magie, distinguished Princeton physics professor and dean.

  • James Clement Moffat Collection. 1832-1861 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1128

    Consists of selected manuscripts and corresondence of the nineteenth-century Scottish-born church historian and educator James Clement Moffat.

  • Edmund Morford Collection. 1828-1830 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1141

    Consists of manuscript drafts of two articles by nineteenth-century American editor Edmund Morford.

  • Joline Family Collection. 1869-1912 (bulk), 1814-1950 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1144

    Consists of correspondence, manuscripts, and documents of members of the Joline family of Princeton, New Jersey.

  • Pennington Satterthwaite Collection. 1883-1893 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1145

    Consists of one hundred and twenty-seven original pen-and-ink sketches and watercolor drawings by architect Pennington Satterthwaite, including some sketches and designs he did for the Nassau Herald and other Princeton University publications while he was a student (Princeton Class of 1893).

  • Bliss Perry Collection. 1899-1938 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1160

    Consists of selected manuscripts and correspondence of Bliss Perry, an American scholar and editor especially noted for his work in American literature.

  • Walter Minto Collection. 1787-1793 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1181

    Consists of selected correspondence and documents of the eighteenth-century Scottish mathematician Walter Minto, who was one of Princeton University's earliest teachers of mathematics.

  • Howard C. Rice Correspondence with Alexander D. Wainwright. 1950-1980 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1183

    Consists chiefly of correspondence between Howard C. Rice, Jr., and Alexander D. Wainwright, dating mainly during the time that Rice was working at the Collège de L'Europe Libre, in Strasbourg, France. Rice was an associate professor at Princeton University and Assistant Librarian for the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections. Wainwright was a librarian at Princeton University Library for many years, serving as currator of the Morris L. Parrish Collection of Victorian Novelists and as Assistant University Librarian for Acquisitions.

  • Remsen Family Collection. 1764-1835 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1188

    Consists of selected correspondence and documents of members of the Remsen family of New York.

  • Sergeant Family Collection. 1746-1843 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1192

    Consists of selected correspondence and documents by and about three members of the Sergeant family and their relationship with the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) during the Colonial period: Jonathan Sergeant, his son Jonathan Dickinson Sergeant, and his grandson John Sergeant.

  • Shippen Family Collection. 1750-1783 (bulk), 1750-1810 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1200

    Consists of correspondence, manuscripts, and documents of several members of the prominent Shippen family of Philadelphia during the colonial, revolutionary, and early federal periods. Portions of the material are related to the College of New Jersey and its move from Newark, N.J. to Princeton, N.J.

  • Hugh Simm Collection. 1768-1784 (bulk), 1748-1810 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1201

    Consists of twenty-two letters and documents of Hugh Simm, a mechanic from Paisley, Scotland, who, after moving to America in 1768, briefly served as Princeton University's first librarian and inspector of rooms.

  • Lincoln Gilmore Smith Collection. 1950-1966 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1205

    Consists of miscellaneous material of Lincoln Gilmore Smith, a physicist and professor of physics at Princeton University, relating to his construction and use of mass spectrometers.

  • Robert Smith Collection. 1755-1758 (bulk), 1755-1790 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1209

    Consists of correspondence and documents of carpenter-architect Robert Smith, the leading building professional in Philadelphia in the eighteenth century, chiefly concerning the building of Nassau Hall at The College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) and the house of the college president.

  • Igor Stravinsky Collection. 1964-1967 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1219

    Consists of correspondence and documents relating to the Princeton commission of Requiem Canticles by Russian composer Igor Stravinsky, considered by many in both the West and his native land to be the most influential composer of 20th-century music.

  • John Von Neumann Collection. 1919-1949 (bulk), 1919-1966 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1245

    Consists of selected letters and a manuscript of John Von Neumann, one of the 20th century's preeminent mathematicians, and an early pioneer in fields such as game theory, nuclear deterrence, and modern computing.

  • Alexander Marshall Thompson Letters to His Family. 1889-1893 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1254

    Consists of letters written by Alexander Marshall Thompson while he was attending the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) from 1889 to 1893, giving a view of a student's social, athletic and academic life, while providing valuable information regarding the history of the College.

  • Lewis French Stearns Correspondence. 1862-1866 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1257

    Consists of correspondence of Lewis French Stearns (Princeton Class of 1867) from the American Civil War years. The letters shed light not only on general student life at the University in the mid-nineteenth century, but also on the local effects of the war--on the University, its students, and on the town of Princeton, N.J.

  • Henry Clay Stewart Collection. 1882-1884 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1258

    Consists mostly of letters (1882-1884) Henry Clay Stewart sent to his parents while he was a student at the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University), providing an inside look at the life of a Princeton student towards the end of the nineteenth century.

  • David N. Rowe Correspondence. 1944-1948 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1259

    Consists of correspondence between David Nelson Rowe, a professor in Princeton University's School of Public and International Affairs, and five of his Princeton University students who had joined the U.S. Army, Navy, or the Marines, during World War II.

  • Granville Wilcox Correspondence. 1852-1857 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1261

    Consists chiefly of letters sent by Granville Wilcox to members of his family in Van Buren, Crawford County, Arkansas, while he was a student at the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) as a member of the Class of 1856.

  • Joseph Reade Letters. 1795-1796 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1272

    Consists of nineteen autograph letters sent by Joseph Reade to his father, John Reade, while he was a student at the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) as a member of the Class of 1796.

  • Lawrence Crane Woods Collection. 1888-1957 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1275

    Consists of selected correspondence and student account books of Lawrence Crane Woods, a member of the Princeton Class of 1891 and vice president and assistant manager for the Equitable Life Assurance Society.

  • William S. C. Webster Collection. 1862-1887 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1280

    Consists of selected correspondence and several manuscripts of Princeton student William Stewart Cross Webster.

  • Edward C. Thomas Letters to Nicholas Biddle. 1801-1804 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1289

    Consists of letters by Princeton graduate Edward C. Thomas to his friend and college classmate Nicholas Biddle about news of the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University).

  • Pennsylvania Collection. 1728-1809 (bulk), 1728-1908 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1291

    Consists of selected correspondence and documents from the state of Pennsylvania, the bulk of which date from the eighteenth century. Pennsylvania was founded by William Penn in 1681 in order to establish a safe haven for the English Quakers, who were being persecuted in England at the time.

  • Horton Davies Collection. 1951-1964 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1320

    This is a collection of correspondence and selected writings of Horton Marlais Davies, a Princeton University professor of religion and author of many books on church history.

  • Jack Randall Crawford Letters to Mason A. Stone. 1897-1901 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1322

    Consists of twenty-four letters of Jack Randall Crawford, Princeton Class of 1901, to his friend Mason A. Stone, who was a student at Yale University.

  • Warner Fite Collection. 1906-1928 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1335

    Collection contains the correspondence of Warner Fite ( a philosophy professor at Princeton University) with other writers, philosophers, professors and publishers.

  • Henry De Wolf Smyth Papers. 1898-1988 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1343

    Consists of selected material by and about Henry De Wolf Smyth, the American physicist and diplomat who figured prominently in the development of atomic energy, the Manhattan Project, and the production of the atomic bomb.

  • Philip W. Anderson Papers. 1954-1980 (inclusive).

    Call Number: C1405

    Philip Anderson is a condensed-matter theorist and professor emeritus of Physics at Princeton University. This collection consists of Anderson's research files, including articles and book drafts, grant files, and memos.

  • Politics in Mexico, II. 1968-2008 (inclusive).

    Call Number: LAE098

    This collection of ephemera from Mexico consists of pamphlets, flyers, serials, and election paraphernalia printed between 1968 and 2008, but the bulk of the materials dates from the early 1990s to 2006.

  • Políticas del Partido Demócrata Cristiano de Chile: documentos y publicaciones. 1942-2005 (inclusive).

    Call Number: LAE099

    This collection contains approximately three hundred and fifty items directly related to the Partido Demócrata Cristiano de Chile.

  • Uruguay's Consejo de Estado: official documents. 1972-1980 (inclusive).

    Call Number: LAE100

    This collection contains dozens of rare documents of Uruguay's Consejo de Estado during the era of the military dictarship, covering the years from 1972-1980. The documents were originally collected by a member of the Consejo de Estado.

  • HIV/AIDS in Latin America, II. 1980-2008 (inclusive).

    Call Number: LAE101

    This collection of ephemera on HIV/AIDS in Latin America consists of flyers, pamphlets, instructional materials, reports, and serials addressing issues related to prevention and sexual education, public services, community organizing, and health policies.

  • Gay and Lesbian Issues in Latin America, II. 1991-2008 (inclusive).

    Call Number: LAE102

    This collection of ephemera on gay and lesbian issues in Latin America contains serials, bulletins, brochures, pamphlets, flyers, bookmarks, stickers, and other materials.

  • Environment and Ecology in Colombia and Venezuela. 1988-2007 (inclusive).

    Call Number: LAE103

    This collection of ephemera on the environment and ecology in Colombia and Venezuela contains flyers, pamphlets, booklets, reports, and periodicals.

  • Children and Youth in Mexico and Central America. 1984-2008 (inclusive).

    Call Number: LAE104

    This collection contains pamphlets, flyers, working papers, institutional reports, and periodicals that address the conditions of children and youth in Mexico and Central America between 1984 and 2008.

  • Arts and Culture in Cuba. 1963-2008 (inclusive).

    Call Number: LAE105

    This collection consists mostly of pamphlets and a few serial titles related to various aspects of the arts and culture in Cuba.

  • Human Rights in Mexico and Central America. 1979-2008 (inclusive).

    Call Number: LAE106

    This collection contains pamphlets, flyers, working papers, reports, and periodicals pertaining to human rights in Mexico and Central America during the past thirty years, from 1979 to 2008.

  • Edward S. Corwin Papers. circa 1860-1961 (inclusive), 1920-1958 (bulk).

    Call Number: MC012

    This collection contains correspondence, speeches, lecture notes, writings, and photographs of Edward S. Corwin, a noted constitutional scholar who taught at Princeton University for much of his academic career. Nationally-known and widely published, Corwin consulted with many other academics as well as politicians involved with constitutional issues, most notably when he publicly supported Franklin D. Roosevelt's Supreme Court reorganization ("court packing") plan.

  • John Foster Dulles Oral History Collection »

    Dillon, Clarence (1882-1979) - Personal friend of John Foster Dulles. 1964.

    Call Number: 65

  • John Foster Dulles Oral History Collection »

    Dulles, Allen W. (1893-1969) - John Foster Dulles's brother, Director of Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). 1965.

    Call Number: 71

  • John Foster Dulles Oral History Collection »

    Dulles, Eleanor Lansing (1895-1996) - John Foster Dulles's sister; Special Assistant, Office of German Affairs, Department of State. 1965.

    Call Number: 73

  • John Foster Dulles Oral History Collection »

    Green, Joseph C. (1887-1978) - United States Ambassador to Jordan. 1965.

    Call Number: 100

  • John Foster Dulles Oral History Collection »

    Krock, Arthur (1886-1974) - Journalist. 1965.

    Call Number: 144

  • John Foster Dulles Oral History Collection »

    Lambert, Gerard (1886-1967) - Opinion research consultant for the Eisenhower presidential campaigns. 1964.

    Call Number: 145

  • John Foster Dulles Oral History Collection »

    Miller, Evereard P. (1886-1972) - Classmate of John Foster Dulles. 1965.

    Call Number: 177

  • John Foster Dulles Oral History Collection »

    Pfeiffer, Timothy N. (1886-1971) - Classmate of John Foster Dulles. 1965.

    Call Number: 197

  • John Foster Dulles Oral History Collection »

    Shedd, Edward J. (1885-1970) - Classmate of John Foster Dulles. 1966.

    Call Number: 238

  • John Foster Dulles Oral History Collection »

    Smith, H. Alexander (1880-1966) - United States Senator. 1964.

    Call Number: 244

  • C. Pardee Foulke Papers on Woodrow Wilson. 1916-1948 (inclusive).

    Call Number: MC023

    C. Pardee Foulke was a prominent Philadelphia businessman. The C. Pardee Foulke Papers on Woodrow Wilson contain an unpublished biography of Woodrow Wilson.

  • John T. Find files. 1925-1968 (inclusive), 1930-1968 (bulk).

    Call Number: MC049

    Consists primarily of newspaper clippings, study materials, and other printed matter of Find (Princeton Class of 1922) reflecting his interests in the Far East, Chinese languages and education, the Soviet Union, the United States government, and the Vietnam conflict.

  • Luther P. Eisenhart Collection on Woodrow Wilson. 1902-1960 (inclusive).

    Call Number: MC063

    Luther P. Eisenhart taught mathematics at Princeton and was one of the original preceptors appointed in 1905 by Princeton University president Woodrow Wilson. The Luther P. Eisenhart Collection on Woodrow Wilson contains correspondence between Eisenhart and Woodrow Wilson, Eisenhart and others about Woodrow Wilson, letters received by Churchill Eisenhart, and miscellaneous Wilson-related ephemera.

  • Joseph Coy Green Papers. circa 1907-1977 (inclusive), 1931-1953 (bulk).

    Call Number: MC065

    Joseph Coy Green (Princeton Class of 1908) served in a number of State Department positions, including his appointment as special representative to the International Institute of Agriculture in Rome (1931), chairman of the Armaments Commission (1944-1946), member of the U.S. Mission to observe the elections in Greece (1946), director of the Foreign Service Board of Examiners, and ambassador to Jordan (1952-1953). Included in this collection are correspondence, journals, scrapbooks, diaries, reports, notes, and printed matter.

  • Ivy Ledbetter Lee Papers. 1881-2003 (inclusive), 1915-1946 (bulk).

    Call Number: MC085"

    The Ivy L. Lee Papers consist of personal papers and material from the public relations firm of Ivy Lee and Associates documenting his public relations theories and practice. Included are correspondence, diaries, articles, writings, public relations material, newsreels, and photographs reflecting his interest in public relations, transportation (especially railroads), financial markets, and foreign relations, among others. The Papers also contain documents relating to other Lee family members including Reverend James W. Lee (father), Emma Eufaula Lee (mother), Cornelia Bartlett Bigelow Lee (wife), Alice Lee Cudlipp (daughter), James W. Lee II (son), and Ivy L. Lee, Jr. (son).

  • William W. Lockwood. 1919-1977 (inclusive).

    Call Number: MC086

    The William W. Lockwood Papers document the American Institute of Pacific Relations and Lockwood's activities within the organization during the McCarthy era. A significant amount of the collection concerns the investigation of the Institute of Pacific Relations by Senators Joseph McCarthy and Pat McCarran. The collection also documents U.S.-Far East relations, particularly U.S.-Japanese trade and the Japanese textile industry.

  • Harley L. Lutz Papers. 1907-1973 (inclusive), 1930-1950 (bulk).

    Call Number: MC088

    Harley L. Lutz (1882-1975) was an economist with expertise in taxation and public finance who spent his academic career at Oberlin College, Stanford University, and Princeton University. Lutz also served as an advisor on public finance, especially taxation, to the federal and state governments and was an outspoken opponent of increases in government spending. Lutz's papers document his career as an economist, as well as his work as a consultant on taxation and public finance, and include writings, reports, and correspondence.

  • W. Arthur Lewis Papers. 1892-1990 (inclusive), 1950-1990 (bulk).

    Call Number: MC092

    Sir W. Arthur Lewis (1915-1991) was a pioneer in the field of economic development and a leading authority on economic growth in developing countries and associated political and social changes. He was a professor at the University of Manchester and Princeton University and served as an advisor to several governments. Lewis, who was from the Caribbean, also broke through racial barriers in the academic world throughout his career. Lewis's papers document his career as a scholar and as an economic advisor and include his professional correspondence, meeting minutes, reports, and writings.

  • David Magie Papers. 1901-1919 (inclusive).

    Call Number: MC093

    Consists of papers of Magie (Princeton Class of 1897, professor of classics at Princeton University) relating primarily to his activities as a member of the staff of the American Commission to Negotiate Peace in 1919.

  • William Starr Myers Papers. 1877-1974 (inclusive), 1897-1956 (bulk).

    Call Number: MC098

    William Starr Myers (1877-1954) was a professor of history and politics at Princeton University and a noted historian of New Jersey and the Republican Party. The William Starr Myers Papers document the history of his teaching career and published works.

  • H. Alexander Smith Papers. 1897-1966 (inclusive), 1920-1966 (bulk).

    Call Number: MC120

    H. Alexander Smith served as the executive secretary of Princeton University and was later elected to the United States Senate representing New Jersey. Smith made contributions to United States foreign policy while serving on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. The bulk of documentation focuses on his tenure in the Senate and the period immediately after his retirement; reports, correspondence, and printed material from his work at Princeton are also included. The papers contain diaries, correspondence, speeches, notes, photographs, and memorabilia.

  • Jacob Viner Papers. 1909-1979 (inclusive), 1930-1960 (bulk).

    Call Number: MC138

    Jacob Viner (1892-1970) is considered one of the greatest economists of the twentieth century. His career was spent at the University of Chicago and Princeton University, and he also frequently served as an advisor to the United States government. His primary academic interests included international economics, international economic relations, and the history of economic thought, but his investigations ranged across many disciplines. Viner's papers document his scholarship, as well as his government service, and include correspondence, manuscripts, reports, and research materials.

  • H.H. Wilson Papers. 1938-1979 (inclusive).

    Call Number: MC143

    The papers of Princeton University professor Harper Hubert Wilson document his interest and work in civil liberties. A self described "conservative, anarchist and socialist," Wilson provoked his students to think critically about the social problems confronting society, and to challenge the prevailing assumptions about American politics.

  • Edwin W. Kemmerer Papers. 1875-1945 (inclusive), 1920-1945 (bulk).

    Call Number: MC146

    Edwin W. Kemmerer (1875-1945), internationally known as "The Money Doctor," was an economist and government advisor with expertise in finance and currency. Kemmerer served as a financial advisor to many governments, mostly in Latin America, and spent the majority of his academic career at Princeton University. Kemmerer's papers document his advisory and scholarly career and include his professional correspondence, writings, and files from his financial advisory work.

  • J. Douglas Brown Papers. 1910-1978 (inclusive), 1930-1970 (bulk).

    Call Number: MC155

    J. Douglas Brown (1898-1986) was an economist and Princeton University administrator who was an expert in the field of industrial relations, especially on the subjects of Social Security and personnel and manpower issues. He was one of the leaders in the development of the Social Security program and also served in the War Department during World War II on manpower issues. Brown's papers document his career as a government consultant, as a scholar, and as a university administrator and include his correspondence and writings, reports, meeting minutes, notes, and publications.

  • Melvin A. Hall Papers. 1895-1972 (inclusive).

    Call Number: MC159

    Melvin A. Hall's renaissance career as adventurer, aviator, soldier, agent, financial administrator and author spanned four and a half decades, and is well represented in this collection. The materials include: diaries; personal and business correspondence; official documents, reports and correspondence from his tenure with the American Financial Mission in Persia; copies of his published writings, including drafts of his books Journey to the End of an Era and Bird of Time; articles, reviews, speeches and military intelligence reports; copies of unpublished writings; subject files containing background and research notes; information on his medals, awards and commendations; diaries and correspondence from Hall's father, William Augustus Hall, Hall's wife Josephine Johnson Hall, a World War I field nurse; and photographs and scrapbooks.

  • Woodrow Wilson Collection. 1837-1986 (inclusive), 1883-1924 (bulk).

    Call Number: MC168

    The Woodrow Wilson Collection consists of Wilson holdings which have been acquired by the Princeton University Library Department of Rare Books and Special Collections gradually over many years by purchase and gifts from many sources. The collection is rich in material prior to Wilson's presidential years, although it is not limited to this period; researchers will find materials documenting both the public and private life of Woodrow Wilson. Various types of information written by or about Wilson are present in the collection, including manuscripts, addresses, articles, correspondence, telegrams, legal documents, booklets, pamphlets, photographs, portraits, cartoons, newspapers and scrapbooks.

  • Karl S. Twitchell Papers. 1911-1967 (inclusive).

    Call Number: MC171

    Karl S. Twitchell was an American mining engineer who conducted extensive surveys in the Middle East, Europe, and South America between 1915 and the 1950s. His papers document the span of his career, particularly his interest in the Middle East, and include correspondence, journals, notes, reports, writings, topical files, photographs, and maps. Personal documents and correspondence with family and associates are also contained.

  • Alpheus Thomas Mason Papers. circa 1925-1979 (inclusive).

    Call Number: MC177

    Alpheus T. Mason taught in the Dept. of Politics at Princeton University beginning in 1925 and authored a number of legal works as well as biographies of Supreme Court justices Harlan Fiske Stone and Louis D. Brandeis. This collection consists of papers of Mason, including material relating Stone, Brandeis and Woodrow Wilson.

  • Papers of Woodrow Wilson Project Records. 1761-1992 (inclusive), 1850s-1920s (bulk).

    Call Number: MC178

    The Papers of Woodrow Wilson Project, co-sponsored by the Woodrow Wilson Foundation and Princeton University, was a successful project to publish material generated by and influencing Woodrow Wilson; the 35 year project resulted in an acclaimed 69 volume set. The records of the Papers of Woodrow Wilson Project, compiled by chief editor Arthur S. Link and his staff, document the life and times of the former Princeton University president, governor of New Jersey, and president of the United States, Woodrow Wilson, as well as the project to bring together documentation by and about Wilson.

  • Arthur S. Link Papers. 1940s-1992 (inclusive).

    Call Number: MC182

    Arthur S. Link was an author, editor, scholar and publisher, but is best known as the leading historian on Woodrow Wilson and for his leadership over the publication of Wilson’s papers. This collection consists of the personal papers of Link, which includes articles, correspondence, notes, office files, and presidency records of the American Historical Association.

  • Frank W. Notestein Papers. 1930-1977 (inclusive).

    Call Number: MC184

    Frank W. Notestein contributed significantly to the science of demography and to a better understanding of population problems in world affairs. The Frank W. Notestein Papers contain correspondence, speeches, and writings documenting the research, ideas, career and leadership roles of this former Princeton professor, director of the Office of Population Research, and president of the Population Council.

  • James A. Baker III Papers. 1957-2011 (inclusive), 1972-1992 (bulk).

    Call Number: MC197

    James A. Baker III served in senior government positions under three United States Presidents and was a central figure in the administrations of Ronald Reagan and George Bush in the 1980s and early 1990s. Baker also led presidential campaigns for Presidents Gerald Ford, Reagan and Bush over the course of five consecutive presidential elections from 1976 to 1992. The papers document nearly every stage of Baker's career, including his work on presidential campaigns, his time as White House Chief of Staff for both Reagan and Bush, and his terms as Secretary of the Treasury under Reagan and Secretary of State under Bush.

  • Robert F. Goheen Papers. 1939-2008 (inclusive), 1939-2000 (bulk).

    Call Number: MC204

    The Robert F. Goheen Papers contain records that Robert F. Goheen kept mainly before and after he was president of Princeton University (1957-1972). They include files Goheen kept as a graduate student, instructor and professor in Princeton University’s Department of Classics for the period 1939-1957. The collection also contains U.S. army records for 1942-1945, when Goheen had interrupted his studies for service in the Second World War, and for 1945-1956, when he served in the Officers Reserve Corps. The majority of the files concern Goheen’s post-presidential years, when he was Chair of the Council on Foundations (1972-1977), Ambassador to India (1977-1980), and Director of the Mellon Fellowships in the Humanities (1981-1998), as well as Senior Fellow Public and International Affairs at Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School. In addition, the collection contains some speech notes Goheen kept and some photographs of Goheen from his tenure as President of Princeton University.

  • Ansley J. Coale Papers. 1935-1998 (inclusive), 1954-1994 (bulk).

    Call Number: MC208

    Professor Ansley J. Coale (1917-2002) was a demographer whose work focused on nuptiality, fertility, and mortality in several countries. Coale joined the Princeton University faculty in 1947 and spent his entire career as a member of the university's Office of Population Research (OPR). The papers contain correspondence, Coale's research papers and projects, and samples of data collected. The material spans the several decades (1950s to 1990s) Coale spent as a member of the Princeton faculty, as well as the work he did during his retirement.

  • Henry B. Fine Collection on Woodrow Wilson. 1902-1922 (inclusive).

    Call Number: MC217

    Consists of eleven letters from Woodrow Wilson to Princeton professor Henry B. Fine and other documents related to Wilson.

  • General Manuscripts Collection. 1870-2003 (inclusive), 1900-1960 (bulk).

    Call Number: MC230

    The General Manuscripts Collection is largely composed of materials related to United States politics and government, including personal and business correspondence, manuscripts, memorabilia, pamphlets, and reports. The collection includes the papers of many individuals, including Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt and other United States presidents, government officials, authors and journalists, bankers and businessmen, and Princeton University alumni.

  • Industrial Relations Section Records. 1922-1984 (inclusive), 1930-1965 (bulk).

    Call Number: MC231

    The Industrial Relations Section at Princeton University was established in 1922 to enhance and extend the knowledge of industrial relations. The Section serves the university community, industry, and the government and includes a research program, a special library, and aids in instruction at Princeton University. The Section's records document the research and administration of the Section and include financial papers and materials related to its conferences, publications, and research.

  • Allen Macy Dulles Papers. 1940-2008 (inclusive), 1946-1961 (bulk).

    Call Number: MC232

    Allen Macy Dulles, son of Clover Todd and Allen Welsh Dulles, was a student of history and politics with plans for a career in public service until he sustained a serious injury in the Korean War. The collection consists of correspondence between family members prior to and following Allen Macy Dulles' injury as a Marine lieutenant in the Korean War.

  • H. Wright Johnson Collection on Harley Granville-Barker. 1947-1950 (inclusive).

    Call Number: TC029

    This collection consists of letters to H. Wright Johnson (Princeton Class of 1948) regarding Harley Granville-Barker, the subject of Johnson's senior thesis at Princeton. Included is Johnson's thesis, typescripts and correspondence concerning The Prevalence of Witches and Weekending, and correspondence between Johnson and George Bernard Shaw who worked closely with Granville-Barker in the English theater.

  • Kernodle Collection of Louis E. Laflin. 1940-1973 (inclusive).

    Call Number: TC037

    The collection consists of letters by American educator and playwright Louis Ellsworth Laflin (Princeton Class of 1924) to George R. Kernodle (a friend from Yale Drama School), written over thirty-three years. Also included are Laflin's notes and papers on Asian/Indian, Egyptian, and Greek drama, copies of six plays written by him, and copies of two essays on the founding and history of Princeton's Theatre Intime.