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Coles, Edward, 1786-1868
Edward Coles was a prominent anti-slavery political figure, who most notably served as governor of Illinois when the state became officially anti-slavery through a referendum vote. These papers include personal notes from Coles, correspondence to and by Coles with friends, colleagues, and family, documents about Coles, and the writings of other people.
Princeton University. Library. Special Collections
Consists of twelve diaries (1886-1922) containing typed or hand-written notes, approximately 2,110 photographs, approximately 350 lantern slides, and 100 postcards of Fraser (Princeton University Class of 1893) relating to his trips to the Southern and Southwestern United States and Canada with different family members and one (1886-1889) from several trips as a youth to Europe and the Middle East.

James Creese Papers, 1822-1960
5 boxes 2.1 linear feet

Creese, James, 1896-1966.
Consists of some undergraduate and graduate papers of James Creese (Princeton Class of 1918), as well as papers from his tenures as successive presidents of the Stevens and Drexel Institutues of Technology.
Box p-000177
Warren, George
Consists of a photograph album containing miscellaneous travel photographs taken in New Hampshire, New York, Alaska, Wyoming, California, and Europe, as well as portraits of noted abolitionists, women's suffrage activists, authors, cultural figures, and politicians in the late 19th century. The first section of the album comprises travel photographs including a resort in Sugar Hill, New Hampshire; two scenes in France; a view of High Bridge, New York; ten tourist views of Europe; two Kodak Two photographs of Alaska including a glacier; a portrait of Napoleon III; two views of Muir Glacier, Alaska, and Lone Star Geyser, Yellowstone Park; three Kodak Two scenes of California; an albumen view of the Cliff House, San Francisco; a large unidentified view of a mission; fifteen Kodak Two views of Alaska including views of Juneau and one of Alaska Native basket sellers; and an unidentified albumen view of a sculpture. The second part of the album is composed of sixty-two portraits of notable cultural and political figures, both American and European, including several abolitionists. The subjects include: Frederick Douglass, Albert Barnes, General Irvin McDowell, General David Hunter, General Gouverneur Warren, Ulysses Grant, General James Barnet Fry, Schuyler Colfax, Abraham Lincoln, Mary Todd Lincoln, James Blaine, Horace Greeley, William Evarts, Roundell Palmer, Sir Alexander Cockburn, James Anthony Froude, Hugh McCulloch, Charles O'Conner, Peter Cooper, Edwin Landseer, Patrice de MacMahon, General William Sherman, General Winfield Scott Hancock, General Philip Sheridan, Henry M. Stanley, David Livingstone, Bayard Taylor , William Gladstone, Cyrus Field, Death Mask of Oliver Cromwell, Adolphe Thiers, Louis Agassy, Victor Hugo, George William Curtis, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Louisa May Alcott, Henry Ward Beecher, Julia Ward Howe, John Albion Andrew, Wendell Phillips, Anna Dickenson, Adelaide Wilson, Alice and Phoebe Cary, Ralph Waldo Emerson, John G. Saxe, Edward Everett, Edgar Allen Poe, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Adelaide Ristoni as Marie Antoinette, Charlotte Cushman, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, William Cullen Bryant, and John Greenley Whittier. While George Warren took many of the photographs, it is unclear whether he assembled the album.