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"Myself and Others" by Alexander Brook, 1979

C0567 1 box 0.2 linear feet
Consists of a Xerox copy of a typed manuscript of "Myself and Others," the unpublished autobiography of Brook, containing many observations on the art world of the 1920s and 1930s.
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Nassau Hall War Memorial records, 1946-1950

AC274 1 box
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.
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Nathan Kantrowitz Tokyo War Crimes Trials Photographs, 1946-1947

MC239 2 boxes
140 b/w negatives as well as prints of the International Military Tribunal of the Far East taken by Nathan Kantrowitz of the Army photography unit, 1946-1947. The April 2009 Accrual contains prints and negatives of the Lower East Side and Little Italy, Manhattan, 1947.
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Quipfire! Records, 1992-1995

AC360 6 boxes 1 websites
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Quipfire! is Princeton University's first student improvisational comedy group. The records contain promotional material, performances and founding documents for Quipfire!

Walter J. Bronson Photographs of China, 1913-1914

C0585 1 box 0.4 linear feet
Consists of 168 photographs (with negatives) of China taken in 1913-1914 by Walter J. Bronson when he was nine to ten years old traveling with his family.

New Jersey Board of University Extension Records, 1914-1916

AC298 1 box
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.
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New Jersey Board of University Extension Records, 1914-1916

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.

New Series of Islamic Manuscripts, 1300-1920

C0765 2400 items 195 linear feet
Consists of approximately 5000 texts in 2194 volumes.
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Robert Sewall Browne Letters on Prospecting, 1896-1904

C1606 1 box
Consists of letters from Robert Sewall Browne (1866-1904) to his wife Alice E. Gray Browne in Maine, detailing his overland travels and work as a prospector, miner, and rancher in Colorado, Wyoming, and the Yukon Territory from 1896 to 1901.

Nicola Fergola Papers, 1769-1824

C0091 1 volume 0.1 linear feet
Consists of approximately 90 items relating to the Neopolitan mathematics professor Nicola Fergola.
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Pliny Papers of J. H. Westcott, 1895-1902

C0451 1 box 0.4 linear feet
Consists of manuscript material used in the preparation of Selected Letters of Pliny (1898), edited by Princeton classics professor J. H. Westcott.
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Notes of James Lawson Norris on Woodrow Wilson Lectures, 1897-1899

C0595 1 box 0.2 linear feet
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.
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Office of Population Research Newsletters and Annual Reports, 1975-2007

AC487 1 box
The Office of Population Research (OPR) at Princeton University, founded in 1936, is one of the nation's oldest demographic research and training centers. The collection contains newsletters and annual reports published by the Office of Population Research.
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Oliver Stromberg Collection of William Beebe Book Collecting Files, 1912-1993

C1595 1 box
Materials collected by book collector Oliver Stromberg in preparation to write a book on American naturalist and explorer, William Beebe. Collection primarily consists of orders, invoices, book catalogs, and correspondence from booksellers.
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Reinaldo Arenas Letters to Jorge and Margarita Camacho, 1967-2000

C1428 1 box 0.4 linear feet
Consists of 136 letters sent by Reinaldo Arenas to Margarita and Jorge Camacho. Also contains 35 letters by Arenas' mother, Oneida Fuentes, to Margarita and Jorge Camacho.

Organization of Women Leaders records, 2000-2001

AC229 1 box
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.
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Osmond K. Fraenkel Diaries, 1933-1968

MC192 1 box
This collection contains excerpts from the diaries of Osmond K. Fraenkel, a New York City lawyer who served on the ACLU's Board of Directors and as one of its general counsel. These excerpts discuss the cases in which Fraenkel was involved.
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Princeton Student Aid Association records, 1866-1932

AC280 2 boxes
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.
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Princeton Student Aid Association records, 1866-1932

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.

Owen W. and Janet K. Roberts Papers, 1955-1991

MC226 2 boxes
The Owen W. and Janet K. Roberts Papers document the Roberts' time in Cairo, the Congo and Nigeria while Owen Roberts was a member of the Foreign Service.
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Simon Hastings by F. M. Tibbott, 1942

C0477 1 box 0.2 linear feet
Consists of a draft of author F. M. Tibbot's novel Simon Hastings (1942).

Robert B. Klausner Papers on Bill Bradley's Presidential Campaign, 1998-2000

MC288 2 boxes
Robert B. Klausner (1926-2016) was a political activist who supported Bill Bradley's bid for president in 2000. The collection consists of Robert B. Klausner's records related to the overall finances of Bill Bradley's 2000 presidential campaign and fundraising events and strategies in California.
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Paul R. Sweet Papers, 1943-1999

MC272 2 boxes
Paul R. Sweet (1907-2003) was a political intelligence officer for the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in the Research and Analysis (R and A) branch during World War II. He later worked for the U.S. State Department and was a history professor. This collection documents Sweet's professional life, especially his service in the OSS and his teaching career. The collection also contains family correspondence.
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Paul R. Sweet Papers, 1943-1999

Paul R. Sweet (1907-2003) was a political intelligence officer for the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in the Research and Analysis (R and A) branch during World War II. He later worked for the U.S. State Department and was a history professor. This collection documents Sweet's professional life, especially his service in the OSS and his teaching career. The collection also contains family correspondence.

Paul Shimada Papers, 1942-1943

C1721 0.2 linear feet
Consists primarily of correspondence to Kiyoshi Paul Shimada, a Japanese American farmer from Lodi, California, while he was incarcerated at the Rohwer War Relocation Center along with his family from 1942-1943. There are also photographic prints and negatives, as well as receipts from a store in Arkansas.
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Paul Shimada Papers, 1942-1943

Consists primarily of correspondence to Kiyoshi Paul Shimada, a Japanese American farmer from Lodi, California, while he was incarcerated at the Rohwer War Relocation Center along with his family from 1942-1943. There are also photographic prints and negatives, as well as receipts from a store in Arkansas.

Pearce Family Collection, 1802-1917 (mostly 1820-1863)

C1158 1 box 0.2 linear feet
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Consists of selected correspondence and other material of members of the Pearce family of Maryland.

Philadelphia Navy Yard Collection, 1831-1865

C0545 2 boxes 0.6 linear feet
Consists chiefly of official correspondence and a few documents related to the operations of the Philadelphia Navy Yard starting in the 1830s and leading up to the Civil War.
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Philip Ober Papers, 1982-1983

AC330 1 box
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.
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Philippos Margaritēs photographs collection, 1854

C1299 1 box 1.25 linear feet
Philippos Margaritēs studied painting in Rome and taught drawing in Athens. Around 1846 he met Philibert Perraud in Athens, where Perraud taught him photography. Margaritēs thereafter established the first photography studio in Greece, based out of his house, where he photographed Athens' high society. He was active as a photographer from the early 1850s until around 1863. Margaritēs specialized in portraits and topographical views. He was believed to have taught his drawing students about the principles of photography, but he did not instruct them in the practical darkroom techniques. In addition to daguerreotypes, Margaritēs produced salt prints and albumen prints and also made cartes-de-visite [http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artMakerDetails?maker=1739]. Consists of an open collection of photographs by Greece's first professional photographer, Philippos Margaritēs.
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Philippos Margaritēs photographs collection, 1854

Philippos Margaritēs studied painting in Rome and taught drawing in Athens. Around 1846 he met Philibert Perraud in Athens, where Perraud taught him photography. Margaritēs thereafter established the first photography studio in Greece, based out of his house, where he photographed Athens' high society. He was active as a photographer from the early 1850s until around 1863. Margaritēs specialized in portraits and topographical views. He was believed to have taught his drawing students about the principles of photography, but he did not instruct them in the practical darkroom techniques. In addition to daguerreotypes, Margaritēs produced salt prints and albumen prints and also made cartes-de-visite [http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artMakerDetails?maker=1739]. Consists of an open collection of photographs by Greece's first professional photographer, Philippos Margaritēs.

Thomas Maxwell Henry Translations, 1911

C0582 1 box 0.2 linear feet
Consists of English translations of Edmond Rostand's Cyrano de Bergerac and three of Theophile Gautier's short stories by Thomas Maxwell Henry (Princeton Class of 1879), an American lawyer.
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Princeton Shakespeare Company Records, 1994-2000

AC256 2 boxes
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.
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Photographs Documenting Logging Crews and Rural Life in Western Washington and Northwest Oregon, circa 1889-1910

C1713 1.3 linear feet 1 box
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Consists of a collection of twenty-two photographs documenting logging equipment, camps, crews, working conditions, and family life, primarily in Western Washington and Northwest Oregon along the Columbia River during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
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Princeton University Library Collection of Rubellin et Fils Photographs, circa 1880

C1146 1 box 1.4 linear feet
Consists of an open collection of photographs of Ottoman scenes by Rubellin et fils, a French photography studio based in Izmir, Turkey..
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Rhodes, Greece, circa 1870

Consists of (4) photographs (albumen prints, 26 21 cm.) issued by Rubellin with photographer's stamp "Rubellin - Smyrne - Photographie Parisienne" on the reverse. Images depict parts of the fortification of the city; two round towers of the fortress with a muleteers gathering on the left lower corner; the Gate d'Amboise; and the Avenue of the Knights. There is an image titled "Ancienne salle d'armes des chevaliers," which according to the dealer's note the original photo was probably taken by Alexander Svoboda ca 1865 and then issued by Rubellin in Smyrna. All photographs bear handwritten titles in French on the reverse.

Photographs of the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake Aftermath, 1906

C1678 0.2 linear feet 1 box
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Consists of a collection of photographs documenting the aftermath of the 1906 earthquake in San Francisco, California, taken by various photographers including Willard Elmer Worden, Charles C. Pierce, Frederick Arthur Webster, A. Blumberg, Shaw and Shaw, and others.
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Princeton University Players (PUP) Records, 1986-2013

AC474 2 boxes
Princeton University Players (PUP) was formed in 1986 as the only all student-run musical theatre organization on campus, with six productions each season. The Princeton University Players Records consists of programs and posters from 1986-2012, as well the script from their first production.
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The Great Circle by Carlton Beals, 1940

C0606 1 box 0.2 linear feet
Consists of the printer's copy of Carlton Beals' travel book The Great Circle (1940), containing descriptions of his travels in Tunisia, Russia, Mexico, Spain, Italy, Turkey, and Germany.

Windborne Productions Recordings of Ernest Gordon, 1991 May

C1594 1 box
Consists of eleven Betacam video tapes containing an interview of Ernest Gordon (1916-2002) about his capture and internment in the Japanese camps in Burma and Siam (now Myanmar and Thailand) during World War II, along with raw scenes, stills, and B-roll. The videos were shot in the Princeton University Chapel in May 1991 by Windborne Productions, which was then working on a project to turn Gordon's book Through the Valley of the Kwai into a feature film.

Princeton Collection of Syriac Manuscripts, 1239-1900 (mostly 1600-1709)

C0941 7 Volumes 1.5 linear feet
Consists of an open collection of manuscripts written in the Syriac alphabet.
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Princeton Crusader Fellowship Records, 1912-1979

AC270 1 box
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.
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Princeton Greek Manuscripts Collection, 1601-1900

C0879 57 Volumes 6.8 linear feet
Consists of an open collection of bound Greek manuscripts dating from the 17th to the 19th century.
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Princeton History of New Jersey Series collection, 1929-1960

AC224 1 box
Thomas J. Wertenbaker was a professor of history at Princeton from 1910 to 1936, serving as department chairman from 1928-1936.

Princetoniana Collection, circa 1870-2009

AC108 850 linear feet
Each volume or set of volumes in the Princetoniania Collection is represented in the Princeton University Library Main Catalog, which is searchable by title, author, or call number.
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Princeton Municipal Improvement, Inc. records, 1956-1957

AC277 1 box
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.
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Princeton Print Club Records, 1941-1953

AC267 1 box
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.
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Princeton Publishing Company Records, 1900-1919

AC273 1 box
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.
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Princeton Revolution Collection, 1777

C0032 1 box
Consists mostly of receipts for supplies and services delivered/rendered to the Continental Army, given to Enos Kelsey (Princeton Class of 1760), who at that time was a major in Colonel Chambers' Battalion of the New Jersey State Army, apparently buying supplies locally in Princeton.
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Princeton Revolution Collection, 1777

Consists mostly of receipts for supplies and services delivered/rendered to the Continental Army, given to Enos Kelsey (Princeton Class of 1760), who at that time was a major in Colonel Chambers' Battalion of the New Jersey State Army, apparently buying supplies locally in Princeton.

Princeton Symposium on World Affairs Audio Recordings Collection, 1963

AC238 1 box
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 panel discussions on architecture, painting, and prose.
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Princeton University Balloon Club records, 1976-1980

AC281 1 box
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.
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Princeton University Balloon Club records, 1976-1980

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.

Princeton University Bulletin Correspondence, 1899-1901

AC377 1 box
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.
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Princeton University Doctoral Dissertations, 1877-2010 (mostly 1950-2010)

AC100 1242 linear feet
The dissertations represent doctoral work in over forty graduate departments. They date from 1877 to the present and they are arranged chronologically.
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Princeton University Library Collection of Church Slavic Manuscripts, circa 1700-1899

C1526 4 items 1.5 linear feet
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Includes 2 Russian Orthodox tropers and 2 quadriptychs dating from the 18th-19th centuries.
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Russian Orthodox Quadriptych, circa 1700-1899

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Portable folding cast-brass altar in four panels, with ogee-arch crests; highlighted in blue and white enamel. Quadriptychs of this type were manufactured for Old Believer use, 18th-19th centuries. Inscriptions on rectos and outer-panels in Church Slavic. When the quadriptych is fully unfolded, the panels show the following iconographical program, with Old Church Slavic inscriptions:
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Russian Orthodox Quadriptych, circa 1700-1899

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Portable folding cast-brass altar in four panels, with ogee-arch crests; highlighted in blue and white enamel. Quadriptychs of this type were manufactured for Old Believer use, 18th-19th centuries. Inscriptions on rectos and outer-panels in Church Slavic. When the quadriptych is fully unfolded, the panels show the following iconographical program, with Old Church Slavic inscriptions.

Princeton University Library Collection of Kōnstantinos Megalokonomos Photographs, 1952

C1611 0.2 linear feet 1 box
Consists of an open collection of Megalokonomos photographs.
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Princeton University Presidents Oral History Collection, 2004-2009

AC318 1 box 26 items
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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.
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Princeton University Presidents Oral History Collection, 2004-2009

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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.

Princeton University Women's Organization Records, 1973-1978

AC172 1 box
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.
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Princeton University Women's Organization Records, 1973-1978

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.

Public Works Administration Photographs of the Bonneville Dam Project, 1934-1943

C1690 0.2 linear feet 1 box
Consists of a collection of seventy-six photographs documenting the construction and installation of power-generating machinery for the Bonneville Dam project in the Columbia River Gorge near Portland, Oregon, beginning in the Great Depression and continuing through World War II.
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Pyne Honor Prize Records, 1930-1969

AC251 1 box
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.
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Pyne Honor Prize Records, 1930-1969

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.

Rector's Aid Society Minutes, 1867-1868

AC319 1 box
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.
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Rector's Aid Society Minutes, 1867-1868

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.

Roberts Lumber Company Photographs, circa 1900

C1677 0.4 linear feet 1 box
Consists of a group of 36 photographs documenting the Roberts Lumber Company, which was founded around 1900 outside the Sierra County town of Loyalton, California.
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Rowe Family Photographs, 1890-1950

C1691 1.25 linear feet 1 box
Consists of over one hundred photographs documenting the Rowe family in Spokane and Edgecomb, Washington, and Lawrence County, Missouri. Photographs depict sawmills, steam engine threshers, store interiors, Theodore Roosevelt's "Rough Riders," and snapshots of the Rowe family who operated engines and owned farms in Washington state, Missouri, and Kansas.
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Rowe Family Photographs, 1890-1950

Consists of over one hundred photographs documenting the Rowe family in Spokane and Edgecomb, Washington, and Lawrence County, Missouri. Photographs depict sawmills, steam engine threshers, store interiors, Theodore Roosevelt's "Rough Riders," and snapshots of the Rowe family who operated engines and owned farms in Washington state, Missouri, and Kansas.

Royal Danish Ballet Photographs, 1960

TC126 2 boxes
Consists of approximately 90 photographs of Royal Danish Ballet performances available from dance publicist Isadora Bennett, together with her detailed notes and numeration for each picture.

Samuel Woodfill Correspondence, 1914-1915

1 box .2 linear feet
The postcard "After the Battle - Ravine Where the Dead Have Been Thrown," dated November 3, 1914, features a photograph image of dead bodies.
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Samuel Woodfill Correspondence, 1914-1915

Consists of 64 pictorial postcards written by Samuel Woodfill, mostly addressed to Lorena "Blossom" Wiltshire. Written during Woodfill's time serving in the U. S. Army, the postcards feature images of San Antonio, Fort Sam Houston, Laredo, and Mexico and its inhabitants. Woodfill writes of camp life, daily activities, weather, training, and conflicts on the Texas-Mexican border.

Scrapbook collection of playbills, 1808-1967 (mostly 1880-1950)

TC055 1 box 483 Volumes 48.79 linear feet
Consists of 486 scrapbooks of playbills covering not only theater but also opera, ballet, and music.

William Taggart Meloy Yellowstone Scrapbooks, 1900-1901

C1648 1 box
Consists of ten scrapbooks containing photographs and clippings from newspapers, magazines, and travel guides documenting a 1900 trip to Yellowstone National Park taken by Reverend William Taggart Meloy, John T. Meloy, Emma Meloy, Daisy Meloy Rankin, and Dr. James D. Rankin.
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Thomas Nast Scrapbooks, 1871-1909

C0328 2 boxes 0.6 linear feet
Consists of three scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings and some letters chronicling the life of Nast when he was caricaturist for Harper's Weekly.

Selected papers of Louis E. Laflin, 1914-1966 (mostly 1916-1926)

TC036 2 boxes 0.8 linear feet
Consists of letters by Laflin (Princeton Class of 1924) to Helen D. Hill, covering his years at the Lawrenceville School and Princeton University, and typescripts of four of his plays based on religious themes.
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Seminar on Research in Progress Papers, 1963-1971

AC316 1 box
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.
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Seminar on Research in Progress Papers, 1963-1971

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.
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Sergei Alekseyev Correspondence, 1915-1987, (mostly 1964-1970)

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Consists of correspondence, photographs, and emphera sent to Ina Tillman from her friend Sergei Alekseyev in the Soviet Union (Siberia). Tillman and Alekseyev were pen pals, and, as Esperantists, they used Esperanto to communicate with each other. The collection spans 1915 to 1987, with a bulk of the collection being their correspondence from 1964 to 1970.

University Hotel Records, 1876-1886

AC324 3 Volumes
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.

Sin, One Way, Economy Class, 1976

C0570 1 box 0.2 linear feet
Consists of a typescript, with a few corrections, for Sin, One Way, Economy Class (1976) by author Lucy Caldwell, concerning her work in Vietnam in support of the American armed forces during the Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975.
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Statistical Unit records, 1962-1963

AC302 1 box
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.
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Steuben Society of America files, 1923-1932

MC123 1 box
Consists of a small group of papers from various local chapters of the Steuben Society of America.

Student Dances Collection, 1838-1936

AC282 1 box
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.
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"The Glass Dove" Collection, 1961

C0149 1 box 0.4 linear feet
Consists of manuscripts of American naturalist Sally Carrighar's novel The Glass Dove.

"The Man Who Could Grow Hair" Collection, 1949

C0146 1 box 0.2 linear feet
Consists of the typed manuscript of The Man Who Could Grow Hair, a book by William Attwood (Princeton Class of 1941) based on his experience as a foreign correspondent in Europe.
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Theodore Spicer-Simson Correspondence and Etchings, 1913-1933 (mostly 1921-1922)

C0244 1 volume 0.1 linear feet
Consists mainly of letters received by sculptor and medallist Theodore Spicer-Simson during the preparation of his Men of Letters of the British Isles:Portrait Medallions from the Life (1924).
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Uel Merrill Fisk Lectures, 1856-1868

C1684 0.2 linear feet 1 box
Consists of a series of manuscript lectures by U. M. (Uel Merrill) Fisk, a white Universalist pastor and lecturer on the radical abolitionist lecture circuit in New York and New England in the years leading up to and during the American Civil War. The lectures in the collection from this period argue for the abolition of slavery, and another from the Reconstruction Era advocates for voting rights for Black men.
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Uel Merrill Fisk Lectures, 1856-1868

Consists of a series of manuscript lectures by U. M. (Uel Merrill) Fisk, a white Universalist pastor and lecturer on the radical abolitionist lecture circuit in New York and New England in the years leading up to and during the American Civil War. The lectures in the collection from this period argue for the abolition of slavery, and another from the Reconstruction Era advocates for voting rights for Black men.

Ulises Carrión Address Cards, 1975-1989

C1747 2 boxes
Consists of an address book of over 1,300 index cards belonging to Ulises Carrión, a conceptual artist known for his role in the mail art movement and for conceptualizing the artistic genre of the artists' book.
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Ulises Carrión Address Cards, 1975-1989

Contains the "Vertical Signs," "Horizontal Signs," "Mailings" and "Particular Mailings" cards. Includes the mailing information for the following individuals and entities: "A Space"; Franklin Aalders; Martine Aballea; "Abandon"; Judith Abrahms; Edgar Acevedo; H. P. Adamski; Adelaide College of Art and Education [Australia]; J. Adler; "Aérosol"; Jersie Affelder; "AGAR"; The Agent; Juan Agius; Akademie voor Beeldende Kunsten [Breda]; "Album"; Alessandro ("Shède"); "Algo Parra"; Mario Allione and Mario Garosi; Annalisa Alloatti; Marcel Alocco; Alro "The Alternative Press"; Frederic Altmann; Roberto Altmann; Egidio Alvaro; Charles Amarkhanian and Barbara Law; Aracy Amaral; Matteo D'Ambrosio; Woody van Amen; Louis America; American Council for the Arts (see: P. Peterson[?]); Manuel Amigo; Amsterdamse Kunstraad; Stichting Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst; Jaroslav Andel; Erik Andersch; Eric Andersen (and Brigit Giedekier); Beth Anderson "Ear Magazine"; Holly Anderson; Peter Anderson "Embryo"; Raúl and Lene Anderson; Simon Anderson c/o Royal College of Art; Volker Anding (see: Galerie Aura); Michael Andre "Unmuzzled Ox"; M. Angioni; Mp. Anker; Xoan Anleo; "Anterem" (see: Flavio Ermini); Antro art; Ida Applebroog; Joshua Applegarth; Anne Applewhite; "AQ"; Avelino de Araújo; Natalie d'Arbeloff; "El Archivero" (Yani Pecanins/Gabriel Macotela/Armando Saenz); Roy Arden; Stichting "De Ark"; W.J. Arkenberg "La Mamelle"; John Armleder; Michael-René d'Arnal; Jón Gunnar Arnasson and Rúri; "Art Catalogues" (Dagny Corcoran); "Art in Form" (Laura J. Millin); "Art in Opposition" (see Gallingani); "Art Institute of Chicago" (Jessie Affelder); "Art Metropole"; "Art Police"; "Artes Visuales," Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City (Beatriz Moyano); "Artexte"; "Artfoot" (J. Stoll); "Artforum"; Arno Arts; "Arts Bibliographic" (Robert Self); The Arts Council; "Artseribe"; Tom van As; Carlos Asp; Atelier 63; "Atelierbericht"; Gabor Attalai [Hungary]; "Aubes" Annie Vasseur; "Audio Arts" (audio-cassettes); Audiozine Transart Inc.; Pat Aufderheide (and Steve); "Augerlander"; Gallery Aura; Australian National Gallery; Metalic Avau; Rose Avery; Mark Axelrod; Mats B.; Annette Baack "Baackscher Kunstraum"; R. P. Baacke; Vittorio Baccelli; Heimrad Bäcker; "Backworks" (Jon Hendricks/Barbara Moore); Dao Badao; Kunstcentrum "Badhuis," Nora Baeters; Kum Nam Baik, Dept. of Art, Seung Kyun Kwan Unviersity, Seoul; B. J. and Monique Bailly; Zoltan Bakos [Hungary]; Eduard Bal; Ma. Teresa Balboni and Roberto Brizza; Eugènia Balcells; Ramon Balderas Sanchez; Marco Baldini; Carel Bahth (and Tanneke Alpherts); Jacqueline Balthazar "Le Daily-Bul"; Fritz Balthaus; Barbara Baracks; Daniel Barber; Diego Barboza; Vera Chavez Barcellos; Leslie Barnett; Peter Barnett; Baron; Vittore Baroni; Petra Barreras "Museo del Barrio"; Luciano Bartolini; Luca Bartos; "The Basement Group"; Rubén Bautista; Glen Baxter; John Jack Baylin; B.B. K. (Beroepsveremiging van Beeldende Kunsteraans); Gianni Becciani; Lizzie de Bechi; Heimz Beck; Bedaux B. V.; Bedeschi (Guiseppe) and Ponzi (Paolo) ("International Archives"); Sandra van Beek/Paul Bonger; "Beeldend Theater"; Rolf Behme; Patrick Beilman (Cow Town Art); Laszlo Beke; Lucky Belder; Peter Below; Zadok Ben-David; Kazimierz Bendrowski; Enzo Benedetto; Barton Lidice Benes; Reinhard Bennecke; John M. Bennett; Mirella Bentivoglio; "Benzene"; Fátima Bercht; Neil Berecry; Jerzy Beres; Steve Beresford; Barry Berg (City of Garden Grove Art Gallery); Hans and Else ten Berge; Pierre van Berkel; Sylvia van Berkel; Prins Bernhard Fonds; Ulrich Bernhardt; Will J. Bertheux; Renate Bertlmann; Joep Betrams/Aldje Janssens; Phyllis Berwick; "Het Bestaan"; Peter van Beveren; Annibale C. Bianchi; Michael Biberstein; Bibliothèque dArt et d'Archéologie [Switzerland]; Bibliothèque Nationale [de France] (Mme. F. Woimant); Mike Bidner; Ania Bien/Kees Hodde; "Bile Magazine"; Bill Bissett; Daniël Billiet; "Bizarre Angel"; Julien Blaine; Manon Blanchette The Banff Centre; Guy Bleus; Mark Bloch; Edition Block; Cor Blok; Carel Blotkamp; Philip Boas; Museum Bochum (Michael Fehr); Jan Bodde; Saskia de Bodt; Klaus Boegel; Marius Boender; Peter de Boer; Waling Boers; Jan de Boever; [Marinus] Boezem; Nenad Bogdanovic; Josien Bokhoven; Peter Bokros; Atelier Bonanova (see: Mata); Eugenio Bonet; Régis Bonvicino; Rudolf Bonvie; Bert Boogaard; The Book Bus (see: J. Flaherty); "Bookspace" (Miles DeCoster/Tom Broderick); Filip Bool; Rommert Boonstra; Ron Boonstra; Gabriel Borba [Filho]; Joan Borgman; Maris Borillo; Wiestaw Borowski; Jean-François Bory; Joop Bos; Franceso del del Bosco/Fabrizio Vareses; "Bosgarren"; Boston College Gallery; Bickhard Botlinelli; Bart Boumans; Christophe Bourseiller; Brian P. Bower; Don Boyd Fluxus West; Brad Brace; Tony Bradley; Joaquim Branco; "Totem"; Liesbeth Brandt Corstins/Kees Bros; Pieter Brattinga; Herman Braun (Fluxus collector); Terry Braunstein; Hans Breder Univ. of Iowa; Heinz Breloh; Hannah Bremer (see: Kryptogame); Jaap Brenner; Ingrid Bres and Marius Quee; George Brett; "Brick" Nairn (Stan Drayland); David Briers "Pages"; Jackie Brody "Print Collector's Newsletter"; Gianni Broi; A. A. Bronson; Dieter Brookmann; Bazon Brosk; José U. d. Broucke; Mariette Brouwers; Bruce Brown; Cee Brown Performance Artists Archives; Kathan Brown "Crown Point Press"; Jean Brown (Archive); Paul Brown; Ron Brownson Art Research Library [New Zealand]; Ciarlone Bruno; Carol Bruns "Fifty-four Pages"; Paulo Bruscky; Wojciech Bruszewski; Charlton Buch "Third Story"; David Buchan; "Buchhandlung" Hilka Nordhausen; Willy Buchholz; Pavel Büchler; Ernst Buchwalder; Bull Infos; L. Bunse; "Bureau de l'Art"; Peter Burgess; Büro Berlin; "Bus Plunge"; Bruno Bussmann; Maris Bustamente; Francel Butler; Russell Butler [Arkansas]; Henryk Bzdok; Richard C. (Craven); Judith Cohen; CAIRN; Maurizio Camerani; Carl Camu; Sam Cannarozzi; Arthur and Corinne Cantrill; Captain Collage; Jorge Caraballo [Uruguay]; Michel Cardena; Octavio Cardozo (and Nena); Gilmar Cardozo; Carioca (Carrie Carlton); Eugene Carl; Tony Carruthers; Paul Carter; Beniamino Carucci; Luciano Caruso; "Cassetera"; Nello Cataldo; Jose Luis Castillejo; Luis Catriel; Bo Carefors; Guglielmo Achille Cavellini; Canobio Visualita; Gabriella Censi; "Centre d'art Contemporain" [Geneva, Switzerland]; Centre de documentació d'art actual [Barcelona, Spain]; "Ceofrith Press"; C. E. P. A.; Theresa Hak Kyung Cha; Bill Chambers; Joëlle Charian; Cozette de Charmoy; Bruno Chiarlone ("Corto Circuito N. Zero"); Sang-Hyun Cho [Seoul, Korea]; Henri Chopin; George Chrest; John Christie; Carlo Giovanni Cicatelli; Javier Cinca; Moacy Cirne; Daniele Ciullini; Jean Clareboudt; Hans Clavin; Buster Cleveland; Cleveland Inst. Of Art (att. Mrs. Karen T. Schudy); "Coach House Press" Rick Simon; Bob Cobbing; Ryosuke Cohen [Japan]; Robin Cohen; Sas Colby; David Cole; Collation; Libreria Colonese (specialist in Futurist publications); Norman B. Colp; Erik Colpaert; Annette Cone-Skelton; "Constant Art/Changing System"; "Contact Music Magazine"; E. E. Content; Carlo Marcello Conti; Geoffrey Cook; "Cookie Press"; "Copyright"; D. J. Corcoran; Michel Corfu; Johan Cornelissen; Philip Corner; "Corps de Garde"; Nanni Cortassa; Cow Town Art; Cracker Jack Kid; Mike Crane ("Running Dog Press"); P. Creemers; Phil Crepain; "Criss-Cross"; Ricardo Cristobal; Liesbeth Crommelin; Ron Croworoft; Anna Crowell; Robin Crozier; Tito Cruls; Natale Cuciniello; Robert Cumming; Barbara Cushman; Mr. Cuttlefish; Simon Cutts; Dorit Cypis; Albrecht D.; Daniel Daligand; Ineke van Dam; Johannes van Dam; Clys Dana (Horus); Betty Danon; Si Dardick; "Darling Darlene"; Wally Darnell; "Data"; "Dataskil" (Tom Kinkowstein); Francis David; Peter M. David Gallery (Ross A. Sussman) [Minneapolis]; Ben Davis; Douglas Davis; "Galeria December"; Tjeerd Deelstra; Guillermo Deisler; "Deja Vu" (Diana Kehlmann); Philipe Deleglise (and Anouk Crossot); Nick Demartino; Denmark; "La Derive"; Mirtha Dermisache [Argentina]; John Desailly; Danny Devoz; Mario Diacono; "Il Diaframma"; Diagramma/Luciano Inga-Pin; Wlademir Dias-Pino; Juan Luis Diaz; "Dier"; Paula van Dyk; Pier van Dyk; Wouter Dyk; Braco Dimitrijevic; Rosalind Dimon-Van der Kloof; Remy Dios; Marcello Diotalleni; Eugenis Dittborn; Rolf Dittmar; "Documentazione Arti Visive"; Bonnie Donohue; Doo Daaa Newspaper; Peter Downsbrough; Jorge Dragon; Ferruccio Dragoni; Uwe Dressler (and Katharina Ehrich); Jerry Dreva; Charles Dreyfus; Mary Dritschel; Stanislaw Drozdz; Johanna Drucker; Michael Druks; "Dry"; Leonhard Frank Duch; Patrick Duffey; Francois Dufrene; John Duncan; Michel Duquette; Nino Tommaso Durante; Steven Durland; "Centrum Dziekanka"; Grzegorz Dziamski; Nigel Earthy; Eaton/Shoen Gallery; David Ebony Gallery [New York City]; Carlos Echeverry; Rob Edelman The American Film Institute; J. M. Edelstein Chief Librarian National Gallery of Art; P. J. M. van der Eeden; R. van Eek; Felipe Ehrenberg/Lourdes Grobet; Nicolaus Einhorn; G. M. Eirich; Claes Ejdemyr; Werven Elbrecht; Eric Elgherabli; Jürgen Elsässer; "Embryo" (Peter Anderson); E. M./Media; Ruud Engelander; Leif Eriksson; Michael and Uta Erlhoff; Tania Erlij; Flavio Ermini; "Erres" Isa Delord; Fred Escher; Pablo Espinoza Vera; Barbara Ess; "Etcetera"; Eulalia; Jimmy Evans; C. J. Evans; Lee Ewing; "Ex-Libris" (Arthur Cohen); Experimental Art Foundation; Valie Export; E. E. F. (Eyes and Ears Foundation); Marcelo Expozito; Hans Eykelboom; Giorgio Fabbris; "Facade"; John Faichney; "Faits Divers"; Arturo G. Fallico; Joe Fang; Rúri Fannberg; F. A. R. (Foundation for Art Resource Inc.); M. Fariello; Derek Faulkner; "The Fault" Ian Tenty; F. W. Faxon Company, Inc.; Samuel Feijoo; Hans-Peter Feldmann; M. and T. Felguerez; J. W. Felter; P. C. Fencott; Julia A. Fenton; Atlanta Art Workers Coalition; Ferró; Robert Filliou; Fiat al Müvészek Klubja; Peter Finch; Jim Findlay; A. M. Fine; "Fine Print"; Finnair; Allen Fischer; Hervé Fischer; Joel Fischer; Robert Fischer; Pat Fisch; S. Fishbein; Five/Cinq Aesthetics Ltd.; Joe Flaherty; Peter Flischman; Irena Flis; Aaron Flores; Victor Manuel Flores; Henry Flynt; Museum Fodor; Taden de Fonseca Junges; Giovanni Fontana; Fred Forest; Maria Cecilia Forton; Prof. M. Fraccaro; "Fragile"; Kiki Franceschi; Filip Francis; Harley Francis; Nicola Frangione; Peter Frank; Cees Franke; "Franklin Furnace" (Martha Wilson); Piet Franzen; Sean Fraser; Brad Freeman; Rob La Frenair/Martine Mayes; Helgi Porgils Fridjonsson; Ken Friedman; Erika and Otto Friedrich; Georg Fritsh; William Furlong; John Furnival; "Fuse"; Fylkingen; "G7 Studio"; Lucio Gacina; Bill Gaglione and Darling Darlene; Henryk Gajewski; Jesus Galdamez Escobar; Gyorgy (and Julia) Galantai; Peggy Gale; "Galeria"; Galerie im Taxispalais; Galleria d'Arte Nuova; Gallery without a Gallerist; Alberto Gallingani; David Garcia and Annie Wright; Fernando Garcia Sevilla; E. Garnet "Impulse"; Alexandre Garrett "Beyond Baroque"; Nancy Garuba; Ron Gasowski; Walter Gaspari; Hanski Gebert; Anna Bella Geiger; Istvan B. Geller; Johan van Geluwe; "General Idea"; Nicole Genetet-Morel "Art Present"; Bob George; Robin George; "Gepein"; Jochen Gerz; Paul-Armand Gette; Sara Gibert; Kryn Giezen; Gifreu; Randy Giles; Kenneth Gill; Jane Gilmor; Gino Gini; Lily van Ginneken; Michel Giroud; Rolf Glasmeier; Marek Glogowiec; Jorge Glusberg; Anthony Gnazzo; Mr. Gobel "Neue Galerie"; Lionel Godart; Klaus Goheling; Rich Gold; Rochelle Goldberg; School of the Art Institute [Chicago]; Maurizio Goldoni; Antonio Gomez; Gonzala/Rit; David Goodstein; Erin Goodwin; Maya Gordon; Ludwig Gosewitz; Claudio Goulart/Diogenes Grocco; Urs and Rös Graf; Ivald Granato; Tom J. Gramse; Flavio Grassi; Thomas Gravemaker; Antje von Gravenitz; Nicole Gravier; Roy Grayson; Lily Greenham; "Nigel Greenwood Bookshop"; Dominique Gregoire "Goddog Press"; Peggy Ellen Gregory; Gretta (Sarfaty); John Greyson; Frank Thomas Gribling; Jullia Griffiths; C. A. Groenendyk/T. Holt; Klaus Groh; Groninger Museum; Lex de Groot; Paul Groot; Michael Groschop; Manfred Grossmann and Cornelia Reis; Hermann Gruber "Mail-Art Archive"; "Gruppo Alternativo"; Massimo Gualtieri; Luis Guardia Neto; G. Guben ("Appa Appa"); Giampaolo Guerini; Mauricio Guerrero; Caprano Guido; Galleri Guld; Andrew Gunz; Ernie Gusella; Graciela Gutièrrez Marx; Pedro J. Gutiérrez; Helfried Hagenberg; Horst Hahn; Frans Haks; Alan Halsey; Richard Hambleton; Robert Handforth; Sten Hanson; Happy New Art Gallery; Mary Harding; Plassum Harel; Dick Harmson; Harris Graphics; John P. Hartham Keeper of the Library Victoria and Albert Museum; "Hart-Slag"; Kiyoshi Haruyama [Japan]; Henrik Have "After Hand"; Martha Hawley; Richard Hayman; David Hecht; M. J. Hecht; Jockel Heenes; Carina Heden; Ron Heglin; Alex Heibel; Bernard Heidbieck/Francoise Janicot; Harry Jeijink; Willemien en Piet Hein v. d. Brandhof; Lyn Hejinian; Jonathan Held; Skuta Helgason and Martina Simona; Scott Helmes; Jon Hendricks; Geoff Hendricks/ Brian Buczak; Marten Hendriks (and Elly); "Heretic"; Ragna Hermannsdottir; Lien Heyting; Peter Hiess; Dick Higgins; E. F. Higgins; "High Performance" Linda Burnham; Pati Hill; Steve Hitchcock "Cabaret Voltaire"; Ludo Hoes; Judith Hoffberg "Umbrella"; Ton Hokken; Jim Hol "The Agent"; Pieter Holstein; S. R. Holtzmann; Marek Holynski; Peter Homeyer; Davi Det Hompson; Roger D'Hondt "New Reform Gallery"; Riza Honest; Harry Hoogstraten/Susanne Hahn; Centrum t' Hoogt; Nan Hoover; Else M. Hooykaas; Tohei Horiike [Japan]; Pete Horobin; Dulce Horta; "Horus"; Sue Horvitz "The Philadelphian"; Per Hovdernak; "Edition Howeg"; Joël Hubaut; Joseph Wolfgang Huber/Karla Sachse; Pierre-Alain Hubert; Fondation Claude Nicolas Ledoux; Hudinilson Jr.; F. W. Huebach "Interfunktionen"; James R. Hugunin "Phenomenological Artworks"; Gerard Huisman; Hetti Huisman and Grietha Jurriens; Sipke Huismans; Edition Hundertmark; Petra van Hulzen; Humble Hummel (Homeyer); HYPE World H. Q. (J. P. Jacob); "Image Bank"; Franz Immoos; "Impulse"; "Informazione"; Arni Ingolfsson; "Interfunktionen"; "Intermedia"; International Cultureel Centrum; "Interstate"; Marc Isphording; Sanja Ivekobic; Robert Jacks; J. P. Jacob; Steffen Jacob; Servie Janssen; David Jekel; Birger Jesch; Dick Jewell; Susanna John/Dieter Cöllen; James Johnson; Philip Johnson; Ray Johnson; Tom Johnson "Two-Eighteen Press"; Tim Jones; Ko de Jonge; A. Jorczak; Alberto Jose; Robert Joseph; Jacques Juin; Taden Junges; "Just Another Asshole"; "Kalamiteit"; Bruce Kalberg; Hans-Werner Kalkmann; T. Kantor; Ulli Katlenstroth; Leandro Katz; Werner F. J. Kauur; George van Keeken; Jack Keguenne; Judit Kele; Karl Kempton "Kaldron"; Eleanor Kent; Mathias Kessler; "The Kitchen;" "Klar!"; Jouke Kleerebezem; Franciszek Klak; Miroslav Klivar; K. L. M.; Milan Knizak; Alison Knowles; J. H. Kocman; Hans Koetsier; Michael Köhler; G. J. Komry; Marek Konieczny; Buchhandlung Walther König; Jaak de Koninck; Márton Koppány; Richard Kostelanetz; Hennie Koster; Andrzej Kostolowski; W. Kotte; Kowa Kato; Grzegorz Kowalski; Jaroslaw Kozlowski [Poland]; Jurgen Kramer; Jürgen Kramer; Maarten Kramer; "Krauthammer"; Hubert Kretschmer (see Produzenten Galerie); Galeria Krimzinger; Steingrumur Eybjoord Kristmundsson; Harrie de Kroon; Karl Krüll; "Kryptogame"; D. and M. Kubbe; Shigeko Kubota; Abe Kuipers; Zofia Kulik and Przemylaw Kwiek; Lucis Kume; Toshihiro Kuno; Kunstgeschichtliches Inst. Freiburg; Romualdo Kutera (and Anna); "KVHR arte"; Przemyslaw Kwiek; Andrzej Kwietniewski; "Labirynt," Galeria Szluki L. D. K.; Suzanne Lacy; Magda Lagerwerf-van Willigen; Maria Lagunes; L. A. I. C. A. Journal; Lalaland; Menchu Lamas; R. J. Lambert; Karin M. H. Lambrecht; Lamella Distribution; Brian Lane; Bert H. Lange; Carel Lanters and Lee eun Young; Mario Lara (and Shat Lepor); Gerald Jupiter-Larsen; "Laughing Bear" (Tom Person); Thorbjorn Lausten; Steven Paul LaVoie; Julia Lazar; "L. B. T."; Michael Leaman; Studio LeClair; Gerry Leewes; Mike Leggett (and Deborah); Betty Leirner; Jacqueline Leirner; Andrár Lengyel; (Shat Lepor); Georges Levantis; Elsja Lewin; Ronald Lewin; C. L. Lewis; "Liaison"; Peter van Lieshout; John Liggins; "Lightworks" [Ann Arbor]; James Lineham; Tomek Lipinski; A. Lionel-Marie (Mme), Bibliothécaire, C. G. Pompidou, Musée d'Art Moderne; Lucy Lippard; Unhandeijara Lisboa; Literarisches Informationszentrum; Ginny Lloyd; Bernd Lobach; Lockwood Memorial Library/Poetry Collection/State University of NY (Buffalo, NY); Lockwood Memorial Library/Serials Department/State Univ. of NY (Buffalo, NY); "Lodz Kaliska"; Carl E. Loeffler, "La Mamelle"; "The Loft"; Mark Lombardi; Niels Lomholt; Harley Lond; Long Beach Museum of Art, Connie Fitzsimmons; Fred Lonidier; Arrigo Lora-Totino; Ekkehard Lory; Agneda Lozano; Pedro M. Lucia; Serse Luigetti; "Luna/Sea Press"; "Lunatique"; Scarlatina Lust; Luty; Don Mabie; Christopher Mach Art (Machert); Barbara Mackowiak; "Mag" Magazin; Odair Magalhaes; Ruggero Maggi; "El Mago" (Juan Pagán); Noemi Maidan "Soft Art Press"; Mail Etc., Art (Ed. Koslow/B. Donohue); Mata Galeria (Marek Grygiel); Malmö Konsthall; Tim Mancusi; J. O. Mallander; "Mandragora"; Frankie Mann; Bernard and Martine Marcelis "Librairie Post-Scriptum"; Joan Manreza; Alessandra Marchi "Centro Di"; "Grupo Marco"; Manuel Marin/Gilda Castillo; Cosimo Marino; Christine de Martini; Dalibor Martinis; Sofia Martinou; Pier Marton; Radomis Masic; Mata; Andreas Mathyl; Ma. Beatriz Matias; Slavko Matkovic; Rudolf Matter; Bernd Mattheus; Yutaka Matsuzawa;Artur Matuck; Dora Maurer; Edition Hansjorg Mayer; Peter Mayer; M. C. (publishers: David Cole, Paul Zelevansky); John McAuley ("Maker"); John McBride; Steve McCaffery; Barry McCallion; Paul McCarthy; Thomas G. McCullough; Bary M. McInerney; Richard Meade; J. Medeiros; "De Media"; "Mediamatic"; Guillermo Medina; Valcárcel Medina; Gal. Lydia Megert; "Mekka"; Santiago Mercado; "Meta" (Parole and Imagini); Metallic Avau; Diogenes G. Metidieri; "Metro Studio's" G. Akkermans/J. Kleerebezem; "Metropolis"; Tommy Mew, Art Department, Berry College, Mt. Berry, GA; Peter Meyer; Eugenio Miccini; Rolando Mignani; Dorine Mignots; Ken Mikolowski "The Alternative Press"; Richard Milazzo "O. O. L. P. Press"; Karel Miler; Gerry Miller; Uncle Don Milliken; Enzo Minarelli; "Minimal Rock" (Roberto Fischer); Gerald Minkoff; Richard Minsky; Antoni Miralda; "Mislaid Information"; Steffen Missmahl; Bill Mitchell; Bill Mitchell; C. Patrick Mitchell; "Mixage" (Joël Hubaut); Jun Mizukami (F. A. I. N.); Modern Art Gallery (Grietta Insam/Herbert); Moderna Museet (The Bookshop) [Stockholm. Sweden]; Mohammed (Plinis Mesciulam); Kees Mol; Yigal Moldavsky; Mark Molenaar; Michael Mollet "Mollet's Postcard Garden"; Greta Monach; "Montevideo" (Annie Gentils, Katlendykdok West); Alan Moore; Barbara Moore; Stephen Moore and Ann T. Rosenthal; Jozias Benedicto de Moraes Neto; Emilio Morandi; Robert Morgan; Niland B. Mortimer "Cooperative Printing Program); David Moss; Jorge Mourao; W. Moser/H. Nordhausen; Lech Mrozek; Wilhelm Kaizer Muires Director of the "Museum of Desperate Art"; Titus Muizelaar and Dirkje Houtman; Rolf Mulder; Brian Muldoon; Agathe Müller; Galleria Multipla; Stephen Mumberson; Antoni Muntadas; Ernesto Muñoz; Patricia Laura Muñoz; John Murphie (Library) (Nova Scotia College of Art); Graeme Murray Gallery; Museo de Arte Moderno/Helen Escobedo, Rita Eder/Jose Carlos Gonzalez/Mexico; Museum für (Sub-) Kultur; "Museum Journaal"; Museum of Broadcasting (Curator: Jeff Fuerst); Museum of Modern Art The Library (Daniel J. Pearl); "Museum of Desperate Art"; Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst (Jan Hoet); "Musics"; Magdalo Mussio "La Nuova Foglio"; R. Mutt Galleries; Myndlista- Og Handidoskoli (The Icelandic College of Arts and Crafts) (Trudis Trurdottir, Librarian); Galerie Nächst St. Stephan; Peter Nagourney; Paul Nagy; Maurizio Nannucci; Opal and Ellen Nations; G. J. Nauta; "N. D." (magazine); Louise Neaderland The Inst. Soc. Of Copier Artists; Paul Neagu; Ned. Kunststichting; Nederlands Laboratorium voor Film (N. L. F.); Joszef Nemedy Varga; "Neue Galerie"; Floris M. Neussüss "Fotoforum"; Andrew Nevai; Hans Nevidal; "New Agency"; "New Wilderness Foundation" (Maggie DallaTana, Associated Manager); The New York Public Library, Preparation Services, Acquisition Division; Giulia Niccolai; b. p. Nichol ("Gronk/Ganglion Press"); "Nie-Galeria"; Paul Henning Nielsen; Paul Nieuwenhuysen; Roland de Nijs; 911 (Jill Medvedow/Mark Anderson); Henri Niotou; R. Nissle; N. L. F. (Nederlands Laboratorium voor Filmtechnuk); NO Magazine; Sune Nordgren "Kalejdoskop"; "North" (Bert Petersen); Nouveau Mixage; La Nouvelle Revue d'Art Moderne (J. Rualdes/N. Yalter); "N. R. G." (Dan Raphael, ed.); Tom Ockerse; Kathy O'Dell; Dainaso Ogaz, Morgan O'Hara; Sean O'Huigin; Valery Oisteanu; Jürgen O. Olbrich; Jerzy Olek; Richard Olson; "One Ten Records" (Bob George); "Only Paper Today"; Luigi Ontani; A. Margot van Oosten (Afzet); "Open Space"; "Operador" (Antonio Fuentes Reyes); Dov Or-Ner; Luciano Ori; "Oriel"; Graziano Orriga; "Orworks"; Kevin Osborn; Otis Art Institute, Library; Wolfhard Ottenhausen and Irene; "Out of London Press"; Owen Sound; R. W. D. Oxenaar; P. A. D. (Political Art Documentation); Marco Pachetti; "Pacific Center for the Book Arts" (see: Frances Butler); Pacifica Radio Station, Jackie Apple; Clemente Padin; Ray di Palma; Joan Palou; Magnus Palsson; Rolf Paltzer; P. A. N. (see: M. Bloch); Claudio Parmiggiani; Mike Parr "Inhibodress Archive"; Andrzj Partum; Ewa Partum "Galeria Adres"; Gerard Pas; Luca Patella; Antón Patiño, Salle Simon I. Patiño, Cité Universitaire; Ian Patrick; T(om) Patrick; Kund Pedersen; Aulo Pedicini (see: "Gruppo Alternativo"); Michael Peel; Sef Peeters; Peter Pehrson; R. Peli and M. Versari "C. D. O. Communicazioni Visive"; Jim Pennington "Aloes Books"; Umberto Peña; Oswaldo Pepe "Poesia e Arte"; "Percorsi" (Sergio Iagulli); Michele Perfetti; Jack Perkins; Geza Perneczky; Pawel Petasz; M. T. Peters; Ad Petersen; Lane Adler Petersen; Alena Petriova and Han; Chris Petteys; Michael J. Phillips; Clive Philpot, Librarian, The Museum of Modern Art, Peter Pick; Sándor Pinczehelyi; Venancio Pinheiro; Francisco Pino Gutièrrez; Franca Pisani "Operozio"; Carlo Pittore; Jean-Marie Place; Daniel Plunkett; Revue d'Art Contemporain; J. M. Pochet "Amenophis"; "Pociao's Book Shop" Sylvia Pogorzalek; Teresa Poester; M. Poirier, dit Caulier; Barber van der Pol; Sybren and Cora Polet; Gian-Carlo Politi "Flash Art"; Vitor Pomar and Luisa Correia; Flavio Pons; Genesis P-Orridge "C. O. U. M."; "Postcard Palace"; "Postcard Preservation Society" (Tane); Uwe Poth; "Pracownia Dziekanka"; Jerry Prillaman; "Print Collectors' Newsletter"; "Print News"; "Printed Matter"; Jan van Raay; J. Rabascall; Rachel Vaughan; Vladan Radovanovic; Markus Raetz; Keith Rahmings; Rainer Verlag; Rara; Jean-Marc Rastorfer; R. A. U. Connection (Peg Griffith); "Räume"; Franco Ravedone; Tom Recchion; Van Reekummuseum; Marshall Reese/Nora Ligorcino; Robert and Ruth Rehfeldt; Terry Reid "Open Drawers"; Jock Reynolds and Suzanne Hellmuth; Dagmar Rhodins; Maria Irene Ribeiro; P. J. Ribeiro; Boyd Rice; Ricerche Inter/media; Jaroslaw Richtr; Tony Rickaby; Willem de Ridder; Christian Rigal; Tommy Rinnstein ("Modern Productions"); Marcus do Rio; Ripling, Earl; Bill H. Ritchie; Lena Rivkin; Clive Robertson; Jorge Rojas (Dragon); Nigel Rolfe; Scott Rollins; Guy Rombouts; Lia Rondelli; Bas Roodnat; Woclaw Ropiecki; Peppe Rosamilia; "La Rose" (Stephen Harlow and Gillian Garro); Marilyn Rosenberg; Martha Rosler; Sever Rossi; Dieter Roth; Walter van Rooy; Rit; Katerini Rubini; Günther Ruch; Harry Ruhé (and Taja v. d. Berg); "Ruimte Morguen" (Marc Schepers); Edward Ruscha "Heavy Industry Publications"; Donald Russell (and Helen Brunner) W. P. A.; Domenico Lo Russo; Paul Rutkovsky; Piotr Rypson; Stan Ryven; "Produzenten Galerie" Hubert Kretschmer (and Susan); "Prop"; Jürgen Prusas; J. Przybylak; Publishing Center for Cultural Resources; "Pumps"; "Grupo Puzzle" (A. Mendes/A. Azevedo/J. Dixo); Marius Quee; Alvaro de Sà (and Neide); Lena Sabadell; Karla Sachse; Dorry Sack; Marvin Sackner; Takako Saito; J. C. Sampais "Experiencias"; Marcel Sanchez Martinez; Rafael Sanchez Ventura; Bernhard Sandfort; Roberto Sandoval; "Santa Marta" (Griffa, Nannucci, Melo, Zorio, et al.); Osmar Santos; Horacio Sapere; Sarenco, Ed. "Factotum-Art" and Lotta Poetica; Jose Antonio Sarmiento; Kyrillos Sarris; Rob Saunders; Sautter and Lackmann; Ken Saville "Transient Press"; Guido Savio; Diet Sayler; H. Schäfer/R. v. d. Stadt; "Schema" (Raúl Dominguez); Bert Schierbeek; Ruedi Schill "Apropos"; Allen Schiller; Manuel Schmettau; Angelika Schmidt; Peter Schmidt; Prof. Dr. Siegfried Schmidt, Univ. Bielefeld; Barbara and Gabrielle Schmidt-Heins; Carsten Schmidt-Olsen; Bernd Schmitz "V. T. D. Verlag"; Carolee Schneemann; Werner Schneider; Jurgen Schoberl; Wil Scholte, Posthumus; Christian Scholz; Rüdiger Schottle; Guy and Anne Schraenen; R. D. Schroeck; Wolfgang Schroter; Tomasz Schulz; Dieter Schwarz; Jürgen Schweinebraden; Jill Scott; Michael Scott; Ms. Erica Scranton, Arts Library, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA; Wojciech Sztukowski; Silvia Segarra; "Segno"; Günter Seidl; Spencer Seidman; Suzanne Sekey; Adrian Self "Blank Page"; "Senoj" (Ben Davis, George Hemphill and Sarah Schroth); Servaas; Angelo Sgabellone "Queen Street Magazine"; Shaffy Theater; "Shameless Hussy Press"; Susan Share "Book Gatherings"; Mieko Shiomi; Yoshio Shirakawa; S. I. D. A. C.; Predrag Sidjanin; Jochen Sieckmann; Planstudio Siepmann; Tomasz Sikarski; Alex Silber; Falves Silva; Luca de Silva; R. Silveira and J. Plaza; Walter Silveira; Piero Simoni; Lothar Simsheuser "Knöterich-Produktion"; Wim van Sinderen "Het Bestaan"; Chuck Singleton; Oey Tjeng Sit; Marie Sjöberg; Terry Sladden; A. and H. Sluizer; Herman de Smedt; Aggy Smeets; "Smegma"; Yves de Smet; Alexis Smith; Claudia Smith (see: "Luna/Sea Press); Keith Smith and Scott; Larry Smith; Pauline Smith; Dr. Manfred Smuda; Alain Snyers; "Sobre Arte," Carlos Echeverry/Beatriz Jaramillo; Hans Sohm; Mary Ellen Solt; "Sorbo Rosso"; William Louis Sorensen; Daniel Sotiaux; Al Souza; "Spaces"; Silvio Spada; "Spatia"; Adriano Spatola, "Ed. Geiger"; "Spectro" Chris Wainwright; "Sphinx" (Llys Dana); Lon Spiegelman (Linda and Lee); Nicholas Spill; P. J. Spletlstösser; Ellen Sragow; "Galerie S:t Petri" (Jean Sellem Marie Sjöberg); "Forum Stadtpark"; Rolf Staeck; Klaus Staeck; Umberto Stagnaro; Galerie Stähli; Chuck Stake "OFF Centre Centre"; "Stampa"; Elsa Stanfield; Dominick Steiger, "Buchdienst Fesch"; Silvia Steiger; Stanley Stellar; Petr Stembera; Charles T. Stephanian, Media Director, San Francisco Art Institute; Eben Sterling; Carol Stetser (Padma Press); Fritz Stier; Kristine Stiles; G. P. Stips-van Weel, Ministerie van C. R. M.; Telfer Stokes; Jeff Stoll (see: Artfoot); Ms. Joni Stossel, Gallery Shop, Art Gallery of Ontario; Irene de Stoppelaar; Evert J. van Straaten; Street Editions (Lyn Mandelbaum); "Studio 16/e"; "Studio 718" (Electro Arts Gallery); "Studio '79"; "Studio LeClair"; Enrico Sturani; "Stuff," Erik Colpaert; Lucien Suel; Peter Sümeghy; Rod Summers; Manfred Sundermann; Henk Sunkar; Jaroslav Supek; Salli and Dorien de Swaan; Andy Swapp; André Swertz; Robert Swierkiewicz; Istvan Sziranyi; Balint Szombathy (and K. Ladik); Rino Tacchella; Atena Tacha; Juanelio Tajes; Shinkichi Tajiri; Taller de Amsterdam; Bruno Talpo; Luis Tamarit Veliz; Tane (see: "Postcard Preservation Society"); Vincent Tangredi ("Impulse"); Roberto Taroni; "TAU/MA" (Achille Maramotti); Pat Towerner; Mike Taylor; Claes Tellvid; Steva Terrades; Mark Terstroet; "Texto Poético" (Bartolomé Fernando, David Pérez); The Sandor Tezler Library, F. J. Anderson, Wofford College; "Theâtre du Silence" (Giampaolo Guerini); Gerhard Theewen; Jean-Claude Thenot; "Thermor" (Edgar Allen Burchmiller); "Third Eye Centre" (Alice Bain); Henrik Francis Thomsen; Rosie Thompson "Constant Art/Changing System"; Ronald van Tienhoven; Thérry Tillier; Slarko Timotijevic "Happy New Art Gallery"; Tinkerbelle; Todd's Copy Shop; Miroljut Todorovic "Signalist Centre"; Monique Toebosch; Kenji Togami; Robert Tolman; Barbara de Tonnac "Gal. N. Gillespie/E. de Laage"; Gianni Tonoli; "Top Stories"; Alex Tarrid Zone Igloo; Endre Tot; Gabor Toth; Fenyvesi Toth Arpad; Dick Trace it (real name: Richard Hambleton); Vincent Trasov and Michael Morris; "Treacle Press" Bruce McPherson; Jerzy Trelinski; Horst Tress; "Trikop"; David Troostwyk; Fred Truck ("Cookie Press"); Gudrun Tryggvadottir, Student Academy Reykjavik; Pietro Turco; Cosey Fanni Tutti; Gys van Tuyl; "Tweed Museum of Art," University of Minnesota; Ian Tyson "Treacle Press"; Keiji Uematsu; "Centro Uh"; Tim Ulrichs; Uncle Don Milliken "Orworks"; Union Gallery, San Jose State University; "Untel"; "Untitled" (Specialist in Postcards); "The Upstairs" (Craig Pleasants)/"Upstairs Artworks" (Sam McMillan); Laurence Upton; Janos Urban; Nikolaus Urban/Els van der Gaaf; Stanislaw Urbanski; Franco Vaccari; Alex Vallauri; Santiago Vallcorba "Aiguadevidre"; Jiri Valoch; Laurens Vancrevel; Christine Vandemortel; F. Varesco; Ed Varney; Ben Vautier, Chez Malabar et Cunegonde; Frans Verheyden; Rick Vermeulen/Helen Howard; Video Inn (Karen Henry/Paul Wong); "Video in Print" (see also: Bill H. Ritchie); "Video Data Bank," Lyn Blumenthal/Kate Horsfield; Video Transfer Services; Edgardo Antonio Vigo/Graciela M. Vigo; Lars Vilks; Bernard Villers; Simon Vinkenoug; Ricardo Vinoz; "Visible Language"; "Visual Studies Workshop"; "Vitrine" (Brigitte Niegel); Harry v. d. Vliet; Nelly Voorhuis; "Vort Works Inc."; V. P. R. O.; Alex (Ander) de Vries; Herman de Vries; "Walklett"; Dennis Walsak; E. Walsh ("Post Industrialism"); Samuel Walsh; Tony Ward, "Arc Publications"; Peter Warren; Washington Project for the Arts; Niek Waterbolk; "W. D. S. S."; Eric Wehrmeyer; Peter Weibel; Albert van der Weide and Marga van Mechelen; Lawrence Weiner; Rachel Weiss; C. and C. Welch; M. Westburg, "The Ray Rodrique Art Gallery"; "Western Front Society"; Steve Wheatley "Caligula Books"; "White Walls" (Buzz Spector); Bill Whorrall; Andrzej Wielgosz, "Galeria Rysunku"; Joos Wiersinga; Ronald Wigman; Henk Wynen; Corry Wijngaarden/Chick Rice; Bob de Wit; Joost de Wit; "Workspace Loft, Inc." (Prop); Woe Wössner; Wulle-Konsumkunst; Hervé Würz; William Xerra; Paulo Yutaka; "Z" (Walter van Rooy); "De Zaak"; Horacio Zabala; David Zack; Franci Zagorcnik; Aloysio Emilio Zalvar; Trudy Zandee; Rick Zehner; Paul Zelevansky; Roberto Zito; Heinz Zolper; "Zona" (see: M. Nannucci); "Zona"; Jörg F. Zutter; Nicholas Zurbrugg.

Undergraduate Academic Files, 1921-2016

AC198 1293 boxes 1291 linear feet
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. To search for a student by name, please use the finding aids listed as "Other Finding Aids" under "Access and Use." The finding aids are divided by decade, beginning with 1921.
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William Irvine Letters from Jerusalem, 1911-1946

C1388 3 boxes
Consists of typescript copies of letters sent from Jerusalem by evangelist William Irvine to his followers.

Walden, ou, La Vie dans les Bois, 1922

C0854 1 box 0.2 linear feet
Consists of a typed manuscript, with holograph corrections, of Louis Fabulet's translation of Henry David Thoreau's Walden.

Walter Kauzmann Papers, 1940-1993

C0978 2 boxes 0.6 linear feet
Consists of correspondence and miscellaneous materials related to Walter Kauzmann's work on the Manhattan Project and his career as a professor of chemistry at Princeton University.
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Washington's Birthday Celebration Records, 1880-1932

AC200 1 box
Princeton University's Washington's Birthday Celebration Records consist of collected programs, odes, schedules, and clippings pertaining to the University's commemoration of Washington's birthday throughout its history.
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Western Americana glass plate negatives collection, 1920-1922

WC059 6 boxes 7 linear feet
Consists of 319 glass plate negatives of landscape scenes in the Western United States, including the South Dakota Badlands and Yosemite Valley, taken on various geological and palaeontological expeditions under the aegis of Princeton University from 1920-1922.
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Wilhelm Groener correspondence, 1915-1938

MC066 1 box
Consists of copies of Groener's correspondence held in the National Archives, Washington D.C.

William M. Leary Collection on H. Alexander Smith, 1918-1979

MC285 1 box
William M. Leary (1934-2006) was an aviation historian who wrote his doctoral thesis on the politician H. Alexander Smith. The collection contains materials that Leary consulted in the process of writing his thesis, along with a manuscript of the thesis.
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William Tuckey Meredith Letters to Mary Watson, 1863-1864

C0593 1 box 0.2 linear feet
Consists of Civil War letters by Union paymaster William Tuckey Meredith to his fiancee, Mary Watson of Perth Amboy, N. J.

William Wells Church Collection, 1893-1910

AC395 1 box
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.
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William Woodhull Notebook, 1763-1850 (mostly 1763-1766)

AC321 1 box
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.
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William Woodhull Notebook, 1763-1850 (mostly 1763-1766)

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.

Women's Golf at Princeton Records, 1979-2011

AC394 1 box
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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.
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Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation records, 1950-1970

AC237 1 box
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.
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Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation records, 1950-1970

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.

World War I Papers of William Collins Vandewater, 1918-1919

MC136 1 box
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Consists of selected papers of Vandewater (Princeton Class of 1907) relating to his participation (1918-1919) as a captain in the 160th Infantry Brigade of the 80th Division of the American Expeditionary Forces in France where they were attached to British Army forces.
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