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Vicente Llorens Collection of Blanco White Family Materials, 1713-1930 (mostly 1798-1841)

C0075 19 boxes 28 items 7.4 linear feet
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The collection contains manuscripts related to four generations of the Blanco White family, spanning two centuries: including works, diaries, correspondence, documents, accounts and expense records, and printed material. Joseph Blanco White, the Spanish-English writer and religious figure, remains the focus of the collection; however, his brother Fernando, a politician and intellectual of 19th-century Seville, also accounts for a substantial part of the material. Of particular interest are autograph manuscripts of several of Joseph's literary efforts, as well as other genealogical material relating to the Blanco White family.

Moe Berg Papers, 1866-1991 (mostly 1943-1958)

C1413 25 boxes 19 linear feet
Morris "Moe" Berg (1902-1972) was a Major League Baseball player, linguist, and lawyer who became a spy in World War II. The papers are comprised of correspondence, notes, photographs, and miscellaneous and printed materials covering all aspects of his life and work, but relating primarily to Berg's work with multiple government agencies.
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Subseries 3B: Photographs by Topic, circa 1890s-1988

This subseries consists of photographs arranged by topic, such as baseball or portraits of Berg, without geographic distinctions. This subseries also consists of images of others and images by others, such as documentary prints of Moe Berg by the collector Charles Owen. These are identified at the folder-level when known. Additional information on specific origin and identified individuals is provided at the folder-level when known.
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Subseries 2B: Notebooks and Notepads, 1940-1963

This subseries consists of notebooks, notepads, and associated sheaves of paper arranged by date. Materials in this subseries have been gathered because of physical relationships, such as notes bound in spiral notebooks, or multiple pages of notes that still are or once were on the same pad of paper. These materials are intellectually similar to the materials in Subseries 2A: Loose Notes, but are physically distinct. Both subseries should be considered in tandem for the most complete look at Berg's notes at any given time.

C. T. Lanham Papers on Ernest Hemingway, 1945-1978

C0305 3 boxes 1.25 linear feet
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Charles Trueman Lanham was a life soldier who retired as a general and was also friends with Hemingway. The papers consist of Xerox copies of correspondence between Lanham and Hemingway, a chronology of his time in World War II, correspondence about Hemingway, and a draft of Carlos Baker's biography of Hemingway.
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Subseries 3B: Photographs, 1945-1975

Consists of photographs of Madrid, Spain during 1945 (which do not appear to contain Hemingway) as well as photographs of General Lanham in his later life (Washington, D.C., 1975). Also includes photographs of Hemingway memorabilia, books, and photographs. Contains a photograph of a birthday party for Ernest Hemingway in 1959, a photograph of Ernest and Mary Hemingway in Cuba (1945), several other photographs of Hemingway that appear to be taken in Cuba, several photographs of Hemingway and Lanham together in WWII, and one inscribed photograph of Hemingway, Lanham, and Buck (inscribed with "To Buck from his best friend, always, and whenever. Ernest Hemingway").

Princeton University Library Collection of Ashbel Green Materials, 1744-1958 (mostly 1783-1844)

C0257 13 boxes 4.84 linear feet
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.
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Subseries 3B: Others, 1783-1958

This subseries consists of material created by family and colleagues of Ashbel Green. The bulk of the material relates to Ashbel's children, wives, and in-laws. Much of the correspondence between family is personal in nature. Since the material covers numerous members of the Green and McCulloh families, the dates range from before the birth of Ashbel to well after his death.
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Series 3: Papers of Other Persons, 1744-1958

The series contains documents created by Ashbel's father Jacob and various other family and associates. This series contains two subseries: Jacob Green and Others. The Jacob Green subseries contains the writings of Ashbel's father while the Others subseries consists mostly of personal correspondence between family members.

Department of Facilities Records, 1803-2015 (mostly 1955-1981)

AC041 64 boxes 2 items 1 websites
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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.
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Subseries 3B: Office of the Business Manager, 1919-1992

The Office of the Business Manager Series consists of documents pertaining to the department's finances. The business of hiring contractors and construction firms for new buildings and renovations and the finances of grounds and buildings maintenance is represented here through correspondence, reports, meeting minutes, and printed material. A bulk of the material pertains to project estimates and budget planning.
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Subseries 3A: John P. Moran Files, 1901-1979

The John P. Moran Files consist of documents maintained by Moran during his tenure with what is now known as the Department of Facilities. The documents cover a range of administrative business within the department, including budgetary information, estimates and specifications for building projections, the maintenance of University housing, and the administration of services such as grounds maintenance, food service, and garbage removal. Items of note include correspondence and reports discussing the University's assessment and response to the energy crisis of the mid-1970s.

Ian Hamilton Working Papers for J. D. Salinger: A Writing Life, 1934-1988 (mostly 1984-1987)

C0714 3 boxes 1.35 linear feet
Consists of papers of British poet and literary critic Ian Hamilton that were used in preparation of his biography J. D. Salinger: A Writing Life, which was never published as a result of judicial decisions in the case of J. D. Salinger vs. Random House and Ian Hamilton (1987).
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Anne Martindell Papers, 1898-2008 (mostly 1968-1990)

MC203 32 boxes
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Anne Martindell was one of the first three women to serve in the New Jersey State Senate. After her four-year term ended in 1977, she served as director of the Office for Foreign Disaster Assistance, and was ambassador to New Zealand and Western Samoa for a two-year term. The papers document her career in politics and civil service, and also contain her unpublished memoirs and personal papers.
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Subseries 3A: Chapter Files, 1898-1995

The Chapter Files subseries includes drafts, notes and a substantial amount of source material relating to Martindell's unpublished autobiography. The subseries is arranged by chapter number, and chapter titles indicate the subject of each section of the book. Researchers should note that these files contain a small amount of photographs in addition to those found in the Photographs series.
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Series 5: Photographs, 1929-2002

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The Photograph series contains photographs, arranged alphabetically by subject, from Martindell's personal and professional lives. Included are photographs of Martindell with Jimmy Carter and George McGovern and from Martindell's state senate campaign, as well as publicity shots and photographs of her various travels. Researchers should note that a small number of photographs are available in the Memoirs series.
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Series 4: Subject Files, 1923-2008

The Subject Files series is primarily composed of documents relating to Martindell's personal activities and is arranged alphabetically. Included are materials detailing Martindell's education, from high school to a course taken at Princeton University in 1999, as well as correspondence and Freedom of Information Act requests regarding Federal Bureau of Investigation documents pertaining to Martindell, and a draft of a New Jersey legislature resolution regarding impeachment of Richard Nixon. There is also a scrapbook from a trip taken by Martindell in 1923. Materials include school records, correspondence, clippings, and notebooks.

Stella Bloch Papers Relating to Ananda K. Coomaraswamy, 1890-1985 (mostly 1917-1930)

C0822 9 boxes 6.4 linear feet
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The Stella Bloch Papers Relating to Ananda K. Coomaraswamy consists of manuscripts, correspondence, drawings, photographs, printed material, and postcards of the American dance critic, art historian, and artist Stella Bloch (1898-1999). This collection documents the relationship between Bloch and the Anglo-Indian art historian, philosopher, and author Ananda K. Coomaraswamy (1877-1947) who embodied the roles of mentor, husband, and friend. The papers primarily contain correspondence by Coomaraswamy to Bloch, as well as a small amount of other letters. Writing was a vital form of communication for Coomaraswamy and Bloch, especially during their marriage, since they always resided in different cities; he lived in Boston while she lived in New York. There are also drawings by Coomaraswamy and by Bloch, as well as photographs-some taken by Coomaraswamy-that include portraits and assorted images from their travels to India and Southeast Asia. The articles in both manuscript and printed form provide a sampling of Coomaraswamy and Bloch's writings on art, religion, and philosophy. Furthermore, there is a small selection of printed material about Coomaraswamy and Bloch, and a series of memento postcards.
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Subseries 3A: Ananda K. Coomaraswamy, 1919-1977

This subseries consists of both pen-and-ink and pencil drawings, as well as three prints and one tracing. The primary subject is female figures, but there are also two portraits and a small selection of miscellaneous drawings. Three drawings, "Relaxation," "Memory," and "Extension" [circa1919-1920], were published in Twenty-eight Drawings [see also Box 7, Folder 1]. Furthermore, this subseries contains three prints of drawings of Bloch. This subseries is organized by subject and then by medium, with miscellaneous material located at the end.
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Stella Bloch Papers Relating to Ananda K. Coomaraswamy, 1890-1985 (mostly 1917-1930)

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The Stella Bloch Papers Relating to Ananda K. Coomaraswamy consists of manuscripts, correspondence, drawings, photographs, printed material, and postcards of the American dance critic, art historian, and artist Stella Bloch (1898-1999). This collection documents the relationship between Bloch and the Anglo-Indian art historian, philosopher, and author Ananda K. Coomaraswamy (1877-1947) who embodied the roles of mentor, husband, and friend. The papers primarily contain correspondence by Coomaraswamy to Bloch, as well as a small amount of other letters. Writing was a vital form of communication for Coomaraswamy and Bloch, especially during their marriage, since they always resided in different cities; he lived in Boston while she lived in New York. There are also drawings by Coomaraswamy and by Bloch, as well as photographs-some taken by Coomaraswamy-that include portraits and assorted images from their travels to India and Southeast Asia. The articles in both manuscript and printed form provide a sampling of Coomaraswamy and Bloch's writings on art, religion, and philosophy. Furthermore, there is a small selection of printed material about Coomaraswamy and Bloch, and a series of memento postcards.
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Series 3: Drawings, 1919-1977

Consists of both pen-and-ink and pencil drawings, as well as three prints and one tracing. The primary subject is female figures, but there are also two portraits and a small selection of miscellaneous drawings. Three drawings, "Relaxation," "Memory," and "Extension" [circa1919-1920], were published in Twenty-eight Drawings [see also Box 7, Folder 1]. Also consists of unbound pencil drawings and two sketchbooks from Bloch's travels, one each from Bali (1919) and Java (1919-1920). The primary subject of the unbound drawings is Coomaraswamy and Bloch, while that of the sketchbooks is indigenous people and dancers of Bali and Java. Also included in the Bali sketchbook are two drawings of Coomaraswamy, one of him wearing a typical Balinese hat, and two prints of a Balinese dancer, one hand-colored [see also Box 8, Folder 1].

Osborn and Dodge Family Papers, 1726-1983

C0537 14 boxes 5.6 linear feet
Consists of correspondence, documents, photographs, printed material, and miscellanea of three generations of the Osborn and Dodge families.

American Civil Liberties Union Records: Subgroup 3, Project Files Series, 1877-2000 (mostly 1970-1995)

MC001-03-02 571 boxes 2 items
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The Project Files series contains the records of twelve of the ACLU's projects, which each addressed an area of civil liberties violations. Project records typically consist of case files, research files, and project publicity and correspondence. The best documented projects are the Children's Rights Project and Women's Rights Project, and to a lesser extent the Arts Censorship Project, Capital Punishment Project, and Reproductive Freedom Project.
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Subseries 2L: Women's Rights Project, 1940-2000

The majority of the Women's Rights Project subseries is composed of case files. Well documented cases challenge sexual discrimination and include Christman v. American Cyanamid Company (employment), Faulkner v. Jones (Citadel) (education), and Peters v. Wayne State University (retirement benefits). The subseries also contains files on state legislation and cases related to prosecuting women for drug or alcohol use during pregnancy for child abuse, and files on the administration of the project such as correspondence, finances, and the clinic they taught with the Columbia Law School.
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Subseries 2K: Voters' Rights Project, 1898-1994

The Voters' Rights Project subseries contains case files, correspondence, and the files of director Charles Morgan. The primary cases are Hadnott v. Amos , a class action suit brought by the National Democratic Party of Alabama (NDPA) against Alabama state officials for refusing to include NDPA candidates on ballots in the 1968 general election, and Johnson v. Miller regarding Georgia's congressional districts. The correspondence includes letters from prisoners with general appeals for ACLU help on due process violations and project correspondence with the Southern Regional Office and with affiliates. Also included are files on organizations involved in related advocacy work, publications, speeches, and newspaper clippings.
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Subseries 2J: Sexual Privacy Project, 1878-1978

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The Sexual Privacy Project subseries is largely composed of case files and subject files about the project's work on behalf of the LBGT community, prostitutes, and the general right to sexual privacy. Major issues addressed in the cases include anti-sodomy laws, child custody, discrimination, employment discrimination, military rights, police harassment, and security clearance. The subject files consist of materials on cases and legislation that the ACLU was monitoring and research materials on a wide variety of sexual privacy issues. The subseries also includes materials for a book on gay rights, correspondence from homosexuals in prison about their treatment, files on legalizing prostitution, and files on sexual privacy legislation and challenges in each state.

Mario Vargas Llosa Papers, 1944-2010 (mostly 1958-1995)

C0641 230 linear feet 362 boxes 60 items
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The Mario Vargas Llosa Papers consists of notebooks, manuscripts of novels, plays and screenplays, short stories, nonfiction, documents, correspondence, and printed and recorded material.
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Samuel Comfort Family Papers, 1799-1963 (mostly 1860-1963)

C0407 8 boxes 2.75 linear feet
This collection, which consists primarily of correspondence but also includes diaries, official and legal documents, ephemera, and photographs, largely relates to Samuel Comfort (1837-1923), a U.S. Civil War veteran, diplomat, inventor, and foreign representative for the Standard Oil Company in Europe and India. Documentation of Comfort's Civil War experience is particularly robust. To a lesser extent, the collection documents the family of Comfort's daughter Emma Walraven Comfort (1869-1954) and her husband, Harry Maule Crookshank (1948-1914), a distinguished physician who served as British Controller-General of the Daira Sanieh Administration in Egypt from 1897 to 1907. British Conservative politician Harry Frederick Comfort Crookshank (1893-1961) as well as several other members of the Comfort family, particularly Samuel's father, George Comfort (1808 -1887), are also represented.
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Subseries 2D: Official Documents, Clippings, and Ephemera, 1870-1954

This subseries includes government-issued documents, including marriage and birth certificates and passports as well as awards and certificates; newspaper clippings and a few periodicals; notes and writings; various types of ephemera, such as programs and souvenirs; and unidentified letters and empty envelopes. Most of the materials relate to Harry Maule Crookshank and Harry F.C. Crookshank with some relating to Emma Comfort Crookshank and Helen Elizabeth "Bessie" Crookshank, in particular, Bessie's involvement with the British Red Cross during World War II.

James R. Vitelli Collection on Van Wyck Brooks and Elmer Adler, 1910-1993 (mostly 1951-1985)

C1164 3 boxes
This collection consists of materials collected by Dr. James R. Vitelli, an English professor at Lafayette College, during his research on American literary critic Van Wyck Brooks and American book designer Elmer Adler.
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Edith Sitwell Papers, 1932-1964 (mostly 1959-1962)

C0846 3 boxes 1.5 linear feet
Consists primarily of correspondence (1959-1962) of English poet Edith Sitwell.
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Esar Levine Collection of Frank Harris, 1908-1976 (mostly 1920-1930)

C0873 7 boxes 2 folders 4.8 linear feet
The Esar Levine Collection of Frank Harris consists of the writings, correspondence, and printed matter of, and relating to, Frank Harris (1855-1931) as collected by Esar Levine (1899-?), Harris's disciple, agent and friend. Harris, an Irish-born, naturalized American citizen, was a prolific writer and journalist/editor who is perhaps best known for his scandalous autobiography, My Life and Loves, which was censored in America and parts of Europe.
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Series 3: Printed Matter, 1908-1976

Consists of Esar Levine's scrapbook pages and contemporary newspaper clippings and magazine tearsheets about Harris and his writings, as well as reports of police arrests and seizures of copies of My Life and Loves in both France and America. Also present are original, printed paperback copies of Harris's Joan La Romée (play) and Stories of Jesus The Christ... including Jesus by George Bernard Shaw, an assortment of magazines edited by Harris or containing articles by or about him, a few photographs of Harris, and other printed ephemera and memorabilia relating to him.
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Series 2: Correspondence, 1920-1955

Consists of over one hundred autograph and typed letters (chronologically arranged in 8 folders by date), mostly signed by Harris, to his friend and agent, Esar Levine, dating from 1920 to 1930 and discussing various publication and marketing strategies for My Life and Loves in both Mexico and America, as well as personal and financial matters. There are also letters to Harris and Levine from their mutual business associates, and from such notable persons as Otto Kahn, H.L. Mencken, Upton Sinclair, and G.S. Viereck, arranged by correspondent. Also present is a typed copy of a letter from G. Bernard Shaw to Harris's widow, Nellie O'Hara Harris, as well as one folder of her sporadic correspondence with Levine, ending with the news of her death in 1955

H. L. Mencken Collection, 1908-1956 (mostly 1924-1942)

C0331 21 boxes 38 items reels 12.5 linear feet
Consists primarily of microfilm and transcripts of letters by American essayist and journalist H. L. Mencken, compiled by Princeton University historian and librarian Julian Boyd for his proposed book of Mencken's letters.

María Rosa Oliver Papers, circa 1899-1997 (mostly 1930-1975)

C0829 9 boxes 54 items 4.5 linear feet
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Consists of writings, correspondence, documents, drawings, photographs, papers of others, and printed material of María Rosa Oliver (1898-1977), Argentine essayist, short story writer, literary critic, and translator.
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Subseries 2C: Correspondence of Others, 1937 April 9-1993 July 30

This subseries contains letters by individuals to people other than María Rosa Oliver, including two by Tota Atucha [de Llavallol], one to Rafael Alberti and María Teresa León, and the other to Victoria Ocampo. Other correspondence filed here is a letter by Gisèle Freund to Victoria Ocampo from Nazi-occupied France, dated December 7, 1940, and two letters by Oliver's friend (and co-author) Norberto A. Frontini to others. There are two letters written to María Teresa Bortagaray de Testa, one dated 1992(?) by Hebe Clementi who has published a biography of Oliver, and the other, dated 1993, by Editorial Sudamericana. The subseries is arranged alphabetically by the surname of the sender.
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Subseries 2A: General, 1920-1975

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This subseries, arranged alphabetically, consists of Oliver's correspondence with friends and colleagues, including well-known Latin American, European, and American novelists, poets, artists, and cultural figures. The largest number of letters are by Luis Saslavsky (126), followed by Victoria Ocampo (80+), Waldo Frank (40), and Eduardo Mallea (23). There is also a large amount of correspondence with individuals active in the organization World Council of Peace, in particular, the Colombian sociologist Diego Montaña Cuéllar, Colombian Jorge Zalamea, and Argentinian Alfredo Varela. Also of interest are the letters by Chilean peace activist Olga Poblete, British peace advocate Monica Felton, and director of the U.S. Section of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Mildred Scott Olmstead. Significant Latin American writers in the correspondence include Gabriela Mistral, Miguel Angel Asturias, Alfonso Reyes, J. C. Onetti, Gabriel García Márquez, and Mexicans Daniel Cosío Villegas and Jesús Silva Herzog. There is correspondence from numerous individuals of the Casa de las Américas in Havana, Cuba, and Roberto Fernández Retamar, in particular. Correspondence from other political and cultural figures in Argentina include Alfredo L. Palacios and Gregorio Bermann. There are numerous letters from the '20s and '30s of cultural interest-Conde Galeazzo Ciano (son-in-law of Benito Mussolini), German playwright Georg Kaiser, French theater directors Louis Jouvet and Lugné-Poe, architect Le Corbusier and philosopher Jacques Maritain. From the '40s and '50s, there are 11 letters by American dance executive Lincoln Kirstein and letters by American writers Howard Fast and Joseph Starobin. Undated, but probably from the '60s, are four letters by French author Simone de Beauvoir. The correspondence is also strong on Brazilian writers-there are 11 letters each (in Portuguese) by Jorge Amado and Vinícius de Moraes, spanning the years 1941-1975.
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Subseries 1B: Nonfiction, 1640-1979

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The Nonfiction subseries contains Oliver's typescript and autograph manuscripts and notes of nonfiction articles, book and film reviews, speeches, conference papers, and sections of her published memoirs. This subseries is divided in two sections, General (1), and Articles, Speeches, and Notes (2). Each section is arranged alphabetically by subject, and, if there are multiple items on the same subject, the items are arranged chronologically within each subject. The manuscripts in the first section consist of her autobiographical writings, some of which can be identified as drafts of her memoirs, and the material in the second section consists of Oliver's nonfiction writings, arranged by subject. The nonfiction articles are in Spanish and English, and were written for a variety of publications in Latin America, Italy, and the United States. The subjects of Oliver's articles include North American novelists, Cuba in the 1960s, Pablo Neruda, the peace organization World Council of Peace, and reports on her visits to China, India, Ceylon, and the Soviet Union in the 1950s and 1960s.

Miriam Rogers collection of Albert Schweitzer, 1945-1973 (mostly 1950-1963)

C0769 10 boxes 10 linear feet
Consists primarily of papers collected by Miriam Rogers concerning Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965) as medical missionary and physician at his hospital (founded in 1913) in Lambarene, French Equatorial Africa, after World War II. Rogers shared Albert Schweitzer's interest in music (as a pianist) and medicine, leading her to become chairman (1950-1971) of the""Friends of Albert Schweitzer" in Boston. She made several trips to Africa, France, and Germany to visit Schweitzer.
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Miriam Rogers collection of Albert Schweitzer, 1945-1973 (mostly 1950-1963)

Consists primarily of papers collected by Miriam Rogers concerning Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965) as medical missionary and physician at his hospital (founded in 1913) in Lambarene, French Equatorial Africa, after World War II. Rogers shared Albert Schweitzer's interest in music (as a pianist) and medicine, leading her to become chairman (1950-1971) of the""Friends of Albert Schweitzer" in Boston. She made several trips to Africa, France, and Germany to visit Schweitzer.

Gordon Merrick Papers, 1936-1991 (mostly 1954-1988)

C0691 23 boxes
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The Gordon Merrick Papers consist primarily of drafts of the manuscripts of Merrick's novels, written over a thirty-nine year period, from the late 1940s ( The Strumpet Wind, 1947) to the mid-1980s ( Measure of Madness, 1986). Also present is his business and financial correspondence with agents, publishers, and banks over a twenty-one year period, from 1967 until his death in 1988. In addition there is a clipping file which dates back to Merrick's first experiences as an actor in the 1930s, as well as photographs taken for publicity as well as for Merrick's personal collection.
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Subseries 2B: Personal Correspondence, 1948-1954

The personal correspondence is minimal but includes nine items from E. M. Forster, the British novelist, one of which deals at length with Merrick's earliest work, The Strumpet Wind. A Christmas card, undated, includes a picture of Forster in his study. There is also a note from composer Leonard Cohen who knew Merrick from having spent much time in the Greek islands.
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Series 2: Correspondence, 1948-1990

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The business and financial correspondence (1967-1990) includes contracts, royalty statements, and check stubs for royalty payments, as well as incoming letters from agents and editors. Although Merrick came from a wealthy family, he seems to have lived to a large extent on royalties, as his correspondence demonstrates. There is an interesting turn in the correspondence when one of his agents Bernard Geis goes bankrupt and Merrick has to sue for back payment of royalties. There are some letters by Merrick, attached to the replies they received, because they are mostly undated. The last dated folder in the series (1989-1990) contains correspondence relating to Merrick's estate.
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Gordon Merrick Papers, 1936-1991 (mostly 1954-1988)

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The Gordon Merrick Papers consist primarily of drafts of the manuscripts of Merrick's novels, written over a thirty-nine year period, from the late 1940s ( The Strumpet Wind, 1947) to the mid-1980s ( Measure of Madness, 1986). Also present is his business and financial correspondence with agents, publishers, and banks over a twenty-one year period, from 1967 until his death in 1988. In addition there is a clipping file which dates back to Merrick's first experiences as an actor in the 1930s, as well as photographs taken for publicity as well as for Merrick's personal collection.

Manuel Mujica Láinez Papers, 1901-1984 (mostly 1918-1983)

C0819 9 boxes 8 items 3.3 linear feet
The Manuel Mujica Láinez Papers consists of the papers of the Argentinian novelist, short story writer, biographer, and essayist Manuel Mujica Láinez (1910-1984). These papers primarily contain correspondence he received from Argentinian and Spanish writers, as well as family correspondence. Also included are a few manuscripts by Mujica Láinez, several poems and nonfiction manuscripts by others, and a small amount of photocopied or printed material.
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Subseries 2B: Other Family Members, 1901-1971

This sub-series consists of correspondence between various family members other than Mujica Láinez. There are also several original envelopes, a few assorted clippings, a few letters to family members by non-family members, seven mass cards, two manuscripts, and a chronology of family homes. This sub-series is arranged chronologically by year and then by correspondent. A large portion of this correspondence is between the following individuals: Lucía and Manuel Mujica Farías [father], Lucía, Justa, Ana María Láinez ["Anamama," "Viuda"] [aunt], Josefina Láinez ["Pepa," "Pepita," "Mamachica"] [aunt], Justita Láinez ["Tita," "Tina," "Vinagera"] [aunt], and Martha Láinez ["Nenatony"] [aunt].
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Subseries 2A: Manuel Mujica Láinez, 1923-1984

This sub-series consists of correspondence between Mujica Láinez and various family members. Also included are several original envelopes, 10 clippings about his marriage to Ana de Alvear de Mujica Láinez ["Anita"], two invitations to their wedding, a telegram sent by Mujica Láinez, two manuscripts by Mujica Láinez (one written in Justa's hand), three manuscripts by others, an echocardiogram of Anita, and one miscellaneous letter. This sub-series is arranged alphabetically by correspondent and then chronologically by year. The primary correspondents are his wife Anita, Lucía Láinez de Mujica Farías ["Chía"] [mother], Ana Mujica [daughter], and Justa Varela de Láinez ["Lala"] [grandmother].

J. G. Cobo Borda Papers, 1951-2018

C0278 24.21 linear feet (44 containers)
Consists of personal and working papers of Cobo Borda, a Colombian poet, essayist, journalist, and diplomat, primarily manuscript poems and essays as well as correspondence, spanning the period from 1970 to 2017. There are also manuscripts of speeches and interviews, nonfiction works, documents, photographs, a few papers of others, scrapbooks, and a small amount of printed material.

American Civil Liberties Union Records: Subgroup 2, Project Files Series, 1947-1995

MC001-02-02 82 boxes
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The American Civil Liberties Union Records document the activities of the Union in protecting individual rights from 1920 through 1995. The files contain materials on freedom of speech, expression, and association; due process of law; equality before the law; legal case files; and organizational records. Within these categories files reflect subject areas such as academic freedom, censorship, racial discrimination, aliens' rights, privacy concerns, labor concerns, amnesty, and government loyalty and security. The files reflect work on litigation, advocacy and public policy, and subject files on various areas of interest connected with civil liberties. Materials include correspondence, court documents, memoranda, printed matter, minutes, reports, briefs, and legal files. Also included are materials from ACLU affiliate organizations, and the Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee. Subgroup 2, Series 2 has been digitized and is available for members of the Princeton community to view here. To view the database from outside Princeton University, please see the Guide to the American Civil Liberties Union Records.
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Subseries 2B: Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee, 1946-1978

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Founded in the summer of 1964 to assist the civil rights movement, the Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee (LCDC) solicited lawyers to provide volunteer legal representation for worthy or significant cases. Typically, a volunteer lawyer would travel to a small town in the South and spend one month working on cases in coordination with one of the LCDC's regional offices. While these regional offices handled case work locally, the headquarters in New York handled lawyer solicitation, fundraising, publicity, and other general activities. In December 1967, the LCDC was merged into the Roger Baldwin Foundation (the tax-exempt arm of the ACLU) becoming the LCDC project of the Foundation. As the civil rights movement grew in popularity, the LCDC's practical and ideological goals were met by other organizations, most notably the United States Justice Department.

Alfred and Mary Gwinn Hodder Papers, 1875-1941

C0450 86 boxes 36.20 linear feet
The Alfred and Mary Gwinn Hodder Papers consists of writings, correspondence, documents, photographs, miscellaneous material, and printed matter of attorney and author Alfred LeRoy Hodder. Also included are similar papers of his wife, Mary Gwinn Hodder, who was a professor of English literature.
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Subseries 2B: Correspondence, 1828-1953

Contains family correspondence with Gwinn's mother, Matilda Bowie Gwinn, her husband's parents, Mahalia Riley and Alfred James Hodder, and other relatives, as well as correspondence with friends and acquaintances, especially M. Cary Thomas, with whom she corresponded writing under many different pet names, Katharine Fullerton and Gordon Hall Gerould, and including correspondence with Gwinn's special Baltimore friends, Bessie King, Mary E. Garrett, Julia Rogers, and Nancy Howard. The correspondence is full of references to Jessie Donaldson Hodder's presence in the lives of the Hodders, as well as references to M. Carey Thomas' reaction to the Gwinn and Hodder relationship.

Douglas Kent Hall Papers, 1950s-2011 (mostly 1970-2000)

C1384 102 boxes 1534 digital files
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Douglas Kent Hall was an American writer and photographer active from the 1960s until 2008. This collection contains manuscripts, negatives, contact sheets, prints, transparencies, notes, research files, written reviews of Hall's work, and correspondence relating to a number of published and unpublished writings and photography projects spanning Hall's entire career.
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Subseries 2B: By Project, 1940-2009

This subseries consists of negatives, contact sheets, color transparencies (slides), manuscripts, research, interviews, correspondence and a few prints for Douglas Kent Hall's unpublished photography projects. The material spans Hall's entire career and most of the projects are thematically related to other concurrent projects or publications located through the rest of the collection. When known, those relationships are listed at the project level.
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Series 2: Photography, 1940-2009

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This series consists of photographic and manuscript material spanning Hall's entire career, from when he started experimenting with photography in 1965 until his death. Manuscripts, research, interviews, correspondence, working drafts, audio and visual materials in magnetic and optical formats, and reviews are also included with the project to which they correspond.

James Newman Collection on the Princeton University Eating Clubs, 1935-1992 (mostly 1958-1992)

AC021 5 boxes
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.
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Subseries 2B: Board of Governors, 1934-1992

The Board of Governors subseries is composed of the minutes of the Board of Governors meetings as well as reports submitted to the Board of Governors by the Tower Club undergraduate officers. Also included are correspondence and related material on the Club which deals with the role of the Princeton Prospect Foundation, tax exemption, and general Club obligations, as well as address and telephone lists of the Board of Governors.
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Subseries 1A: General, 1947-1990

The General subseries consists of correspondence between the Princeton Prospect Foundation and the Princeton Prospect Foundation Board of Trustees, members and interested people, and Princeton University faculty and administration in regards to the role of the Foundation and its acceptance by the University. Also included are general memoranda and mailings by the Foundation inquiring about assistance for their cause. There are also reports completed by the Foundation in an effort to show the positive impact it has had on the Eating Clubs and the University. Also incorporated in this subseries are the minutes of the meetings of the Foundation Board of Trustees (including address and telephone lists of the trustees), and the bylaws and certificate of incorporation for the Foundation.
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Series 4: Graduate Inter-Club Council, 1940-1988

Series 4: Graduate Inter-Club Council, 1940-1988, consists of correspondence and related material concerning James Newman, who was chairman of the Graduate Inter-Club Council, and the role of the Eating Clubs in general. Also included are the minutes of the Graduate Inter-Club Council meetings, along with address and telephone lists of the members of the Graduate Inter-Club Council.

Herbert S. Gorman Papers, 1909-1960

C0122 7 boxes
The Herbert S. Gorman Papers consists, for the most part, of manuscripts, galleys, and notes for six of Gorman's historical novels, but includes some photographs of Gorman, bibliographies of his works, and a small amount of correspondence.
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Peter A. Bien Papers, 1902-2016

C1527 16 archival boxes and 1 oversize box boxes
The collection consists of Peter Bien's original incoming correspondence with writers, scholars, and friends (circa 1958-2016), including Thomas Hart Benton, Kimon Friar, Nikos Kazantzakis, C. Day Lewis, Yannis Ritsos, and C. P. Snow, along with along with his working files on the Greek novelist Nikos Kazantzakis (1883-1957), comprising nine binders of photocopied letters of Kazantzakis (1902-1939) that Bien collected from other libraries and private collections. There are also nine photocopied Kazantzakis's own notebooks; Bien's notebooks (general and miscellaneous) containing clippings and other materials that relate to Kazantzakis's works and career; notebooks containing Bien's reading notes from secondary and primary materials or both; small notebooks with material he read. There are also typescripts; a copy of Kazantzakis's "Vios kai politeia tou Alexē Zorba" with marginal notes by Bien and three printed bibliographies: Katsimpalē bibliography N. Kazantzakē A 1906-1948, Perantonakē bibliography N. Kazantzakē 1973-2002, and Mantatophoros #5 November 1974. There are also two small file boxes.

Princeton University Library Collection of Circus Miscellany, 1837-1982

TC118 17 boxes 9.1 linear feet
The Miscellaneous Circus Collection consists of subject files on all aspects of the circus: acts, organizations, and specific performers and circuses. Included are photographs, manuscripts, programs, broadsides, posters, scrapbooks, clippings, and other ephemera.
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Lyman B. Kirkpatrick Papers, circa 1933-2000 (mostly 1942-1982)

MC209 12 boxes 1 folder
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Lyman B. Kirkpatrick, Jr. served with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) from its inception in 1947 until 1965. The papers document Kirkpatrick's career at the CIA, including his role as inspector general during the Bay of Pigs invasion, as well as his service in the U.S. Army and Office of Strategic Services during World War II, and his time as a professor of political science at Brown University.
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Subseries 1, Subject Files, 1947-1998

The Subject Files subseries documents Kirkpatrick's active years at the CIA between 1947 and 1965 and is the largest of the three subseries. It includes approximately 0.5 linear feet of material related to the Bay of Pigs Invasion and Kirkpatrick's role in the compilation of the Inspector General's report on the incident. The report was released in 1998, after being classified for thirty-six years, following a Freedom of Information Act request by the National Security Archive at George Washington University. Copies of the two volumes of records released by the CIA, titled "Inspector General's Survey of the Cuban Operation and Associated Documents," are included in the subseries. Other material related to the Bay of Pigs includes two 1958 State Department reports on Cuba, a folder of correspondence between Kirkpatrick and Cuban lawyer Mario Lazo, and transcripts of a lecture and an interview, both given by Kirkpatrick after he left the CIA.

John Peale Bishop Papers, 1913-2008

C0138 26 boxes 11.6 linear feet
John Peale Bishop (Princeton Class of 1917) was a noted author, poet, and editor. This collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, documents, drawings, printed materials, and memorabilia of Bishop.
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Bernardo Ortiz de Montellano Papers, 1909-1979 (mostly 1919-1947)

C0664 6 boxes 2.5 linear feet
Consists of manuscripts of poems, short stories, essays, and criticism, and correspondence by Ortiz de Montellano; correspondence, manuscripts of poetry, and typescript copies of poetry, short stories, and essays by others; and printed material.
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Series 5: Printed Material, 1924-1979

This series contains clippings from magazines and newspapers, scrapbooks with clippings, and miscellaneous issues of Circle, Letras de México, El libro y el pueblo, Papel de poesía, and Universidad de México. The clippings cover poetry and prose by Ortiz de Montellano and many other writers. There is one folder of newspaper clippings on the Antología de la poesía mexicana moderna edited by Jorge Cuesta and published by Ediciones de Contemporáneos in 1928. There are two small books, Cauce (1931) by Alfonso Gutiérrez Hermosillo and El Pajareador (1939) by Francisco Rojas González. There are also two folders of business cards and invitations, and a small amount of printed material related to Contemporáneos.

Lewis Thomas Papers, 1941-1992 (mostly 1973-1983)

C0738 160 boxes
The Lewis Thomas papers consist primarily of files from the years (1973-1983) that Thomas (Princeton Class of 1933) spent as president and, later, chancellor, of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City. These contain general correspondence with doctors, drafts and reprints of his essays and books, files of lectures, presentations, and awards, and files of scientific organizations with which he was involved. There are also drafts and reprints of early scientific papers (which pre-date his years at MSKCC).
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Subseries 1D: Scientific Papers, 1941-1989

A bibliography (1941-1980) of Dr. Thomas's scientific publications is provided at the beginning of this section. Reprints of the papers, if present, follow the chronological order of the bibliography; where they are lacking, a full citation is given. Later (post-1980) papers continue the chronological order. At the end have been foldered miscellaneous material, including electron microscope photographs and requests for reprints of Dr. Thomas's papers.
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Series 1: Publication and Media Files, 1941-1992

The series has been subdivided by grouping together original and related material for each of the genres in which Dr. Thomas published: books; columns in the New England Journal of Medicine ("Notes of a Biology Watcher") and Discover magazine; general works—articles, reviews, forewords, etc.; and scientific papers. Files covering Dr. Thomas's relationship with the media (TV, radio, and film) conclude the series.
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Lewis Thomas Papers, 1941-1992 (mostly 1973-1983)

The Lewis Thomas papers consist primarily of files from the years (1973-1983) that Thomas (Princeton Class of 1933) spent as president and, later, chancellor, of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City. These contain general correspondence with doctors, drafts and reprints of his essays and books, files of lectures, presentations, and awards, and files of scientific organizations with which he was involved. There are also drafts and reprints of early scientific papers (which pre-date his years at MSKCC).

Herbert Cecil Potter Papers, 1892-1955 (mostly 1893-1919)

C1409 23 boxes 9.2 linear feet
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Potter was a lifelong British military officer who attained the rank of brigadier-general. He served in Ireland (1898), South Africa (1901-1902), Egypt and Sudan (1903-1913), and World War I (1914-1918); he retired in 1927. Consists primarily of Potter's lengthy correspondence with his mother and future wife while stationed abroad, often during significant British military operations, including censor-stamped envelopes.
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Herbert Cecil Potter Papers, 1892-1955 (mostly 1893-1919)

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Potter was a lifelong British military officer who attained the rank of brigadier-general. He served in Ireland (1898), South Africa (1901-1902), Egypt and Sudan (1903-1913), and World War I (1914-1918); he retired in 1927. Consists primarily of Potter's lengthy correspondence with his mother and future wife while stationed abroad, often during significant British military operations, including censor-stamped envelopes.

F. Scott Fitzgerald Papers, 1897-1944

C0187 32.45 linear feet in 61 containers
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The F. Scott Fitzgerald Papers (C0187) is a comprehensive literary archive containing the original manuscripts, working drafts, corrected galleys, personal and professional correspondence, autobiographical scrapbooks, photographs, and other original materials of F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896-1940), Princeton Class of 1917.
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Julio Cortázar Papers, 1927-1980

C0888 5 boxes 1.9 linear feet
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The Julio Cortázar Papers consists of the manuscripts, notes, and notebooks of the Argentine novelist and short story writer Julio Cortázar (1914-1984). These papers primarily contain unpublished prose and poetry, as well as some manuscripts of published materials. Though Cortázar is not generally thought of as a poet, poetry is heavily represented in the collection, including a notebook of poems he wrote at the age of 12 (1927). There are also Spanish translations of some of Jean Cocteau's poetry, and lecture notes from two courses that Cortázar taught. Furthermore, the papers contain a small selection of quotations collected from the work of others, and notebooks that include an assortment of prose, poetry, and notes.
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Subseries 1A: Writings, 1937-1977

This subseries consists of both fiction and non-fiction prose manuscripts. The majority of the manuscripts are unpublished, but the collection includes the following published works (complete unless otherwise indicated): Adiós, Robinson y otras piezas breves (1995) [two short plays], Los autonautas de la cosmopista: O, un viaje atemporal París-Marsella (1983), Diario de Andrés Fava (1995), El examen (1986), Rayuela (1963) [notes and short manuscript excerpts] and Teoría del túnel (1947). Many of the items, some with titles or otherwise identifiable as individual manuscripts, have been separated from a large miscellaneous folder. For items filed together in one folder, see the reference to the alternate folder. Furthermore, there is a small selection of quotations that Cortázar collected from the works of others, as well as miscellanea that include writing notes.
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Series 2: Poetry, 1927-1977

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This series consists of poetry manuscripts, including a notebook of poems written by Cortázar when he was 12 years old (1927). Almost all of the manuscripts are unpublished, but the collection includes several poems listed individually or included in a poetry collection that have been published in Pameos y meopas (1971). Many of the items, some with titles or otherwise identifiable as individual manuscripts, have been separated from a large miscellaneous folder. For items filed together in one folder, see the reference to the alternate folder. Furthermore, there is a small selection of miscellanea that includes poetry fragments and writing notes.

Helenē Vakalo Papers, 1933-2000 (mostly 1954-1990)

C0835 22 boxes 12 items 12.3 linear feet
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The Helenē Vakalo Papers consists of papers by and relating to the Greek art critic and poet Helenē Vakalo (1921-2001). Included are autograph and typed manuscripts of Vakalo's poetry, lectures, articles, and essays, as well as her correspondence, notebooks, loose notes, and memorabilia. There are also official documents, photographs, awards, printed material, and several works by prominent Greek writers and artists. Of particular importance are the unpublished works and early manuscripts, as well as Vakalo's correspondence with her husband, painter, stage designer, art critic, and writer Giōrgos Vakalo, and with numerous distinguished artists and literary figures.
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Nikos Pappas and Rita Boumē Papa Papers, 1932-1988

C0878 6 boxes 2.4 linear feet
Consists of personal papers of the Greek poets and writers, Nikos Pappas and his wife, Rita Boumē Papa, including correspondence, autograph manuscripts and typescripts of published and unpublished poetry, articles, talks, clippings, and other printed material.
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Sir John Grenfell Maxwell Papers, 1824-1940

C0583 33 boxes 18 linear feet
General Sir John Maxwell served in Egypt during the British Occupation, notably participating in the Battle at Omdurman during the reconquest of the Sudan, and in South Africa during the Boer War. In World War I Maxwell returned to Egypt to defend the Suez Canal and briefly served in Ireland after the Sinn Fein Rebellion. Consists of Maxwell's diaries, correspondence, documents, photographs, scrapbooks, memorabilia, printed matter and newspaper clippings.
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Julian Street Papers, 1899-1966 (mostly 1910-1947)

C0036 89 boxes 4 items
Consists of correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, and notes, both published and unpublished, of American author, journalist, enologist, and gastronome Julian Street, ranging from his early reporter and drama critic days (1900-1910) up to the page of Table Topics he was working on just before his death (1947).
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Richard K. Korn Papers, 1937-1981 (mostly 1959-1968)

C0275 13 boxes 5.20 linear feet
Richard K. Korn was a clarinetist, conductor, and founder of the Orchestra of America. He was also involved in the American Council for Judaism. His papers include correspondence with composers, photographs, and correspondence with other members of the American Council for Judaism.
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Sarah Bernhardt Collection, 1878-1969

TC134 5 boxes 230 items 2.0 linear feet
The Sarah Bernhardt Collection consists of newspaper and magazine clippings, theater programs and playbills, photographs, and other materials on French actress Sarah Bernhardt.

Program in Latin American Studies Records, 1947-2017

AC249 10 boxes 2 items 1 websites
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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.
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Subseries 1A: 1992 Accession of Helen Doherty Lassen Fellowship Materials, 1947-1976

Subseries 1A: 1992 Accession of Helen Doherty Lassen Fellowship Materials, 1947-1976 contains files on applicants and recipients, press releases, correspondence of the selection committee, and information about the origins of the Henry L. and Grace Doherty Charitable Foundation.

Charles Hodge Papers, 1773-1930 (mostly 1811-1886)

C0261 27 boxes 13.5 linear feet
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Consists primarily of the personal papers of Hodge, including lectures, speeches, articles, books an correspondence dealing with questions of Presbyterian theology in the mid and latter nineteenth century. The papers reflect Hodge's lifelong association with the Princeton Theological Seminary (PTS).
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Allen W. Dulles Papers: Digital Files Series, 1939-1977

MC019-09 50 items 1878 digital files
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Allen W. Dulles (1893-1969), though a diplomat and lawyer, was renowned for his role in shaping United States intelligence operations, including the longest service as director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). The Allen W. Dulles Digital Files contain scanned images of professional correspondence, reports, lectures, and administrative papers, declassified and released by the CIA in 2007. The collection spans Dulles's time as Chief of the Office of Strategic Services office in Bern, Switzerland during World War II, his work at the Central Intelligence Agency, and his retirement.

Archivo de Elena Garro, 1932-1998

C0827 7.21 linear feet (15 containers)
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El archivo de Elena Garro contiene manuscritos, correspondencia, cuadernos, diarios, fotografías, material impreso y un diario de la escritora mexicana Elena Garro (1916-1998). También se incluye correspondencia y documentos personales de la hija de Garro, la poeta Helena Paz Garro (1939-2014).
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French Press Photographs, 1930s-1990s

C1740 1 linear foot 1 box
Consists of several hundred print photographs (most are captioned) primarily from various French news outlets and agencies documenting people and events of numerous countries and geographic regions spanning the mid to late 20th century.
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Landon T. Raymond Papers on the Class of 1917, 1913-1973

C0751 4 boxes 2 folders
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.

Peter C. Bunnell Papers, 1857-2018 (mostly 1960-2018)

C1629 105 boxes
This collection consists of the papers of photography historian, professor, author, and curator Peter C. Bunnell, spanning his student and professional career from the 1950s to 2018. Materials include subject files, correspondence, photographs, publications and drafts of publications, among other items.
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Subject Files, 1857-2018

This file group includes materials related to Bunnell's work in organizations such as the George Eastman House, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Princeton University Art Museum (PUAM), among others; his teaching at Princeton and guest lectures; his publications and exchanges with publishers; his research on photographers and photography; his time as a student at Yale University and Ohio University; and his appraisal work. The bulk of the materials are exhibition brochures, press releases, and postcards; newspaper and magazine clippings; and photocopies of journal, newspaper, and magazine articles. Other types of materials include handwritten notes regarding research material or classes; student dissertations; typewritten notes about phone calls, conversations, interviews, or exhibitions attended; correspondence regarding projects, publications, and student advisements; copy prints and negatives of photographs sent to Bunnell for collection consideration; and photographs and negatives of exhibitions.

Farrar & Rinehart, Inc., Files of Hemingway and Pound, 1932-1952

C0716 1 box 0.2 linear feet
Consists of selected files from the offices of Farrar & Rinehart, Inc., New York City publishers.
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Albert Mathias Friend Papers, 1913-1955

C0924 12 boxes
Albert Mathias Friend, Jr. (Princeton Class of 1915), was an officer and a scholar. Friend served in World War I and then did his graduate studies in art and architecture in Europe, studying and salvaging the great works of art and architecture that may have been damaged by the fighting. He then worked with Harvard's Dumbarton Oaks Research Library before becoming a professor at Princeton University. The collection contains notes and course materials from Friend's time as a student and as a professor, correspondence, and some of his research materials, photographs, and negatives, focusing on medieval art and architecture in Greece, Rome, and other Mediterranean cultures.
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Notes, photographs, correspondence, 1935-1955

Includes correspondence from the 1930s through 1950s, along with files labeled "American Academy in Rome," "Bicentennial Arrangements," "Religion and the Plastic Arts," "American School at Athens (Alex Robinson)," "Byzantine Exhibition Baltimore," "A. G. Cotton, Leofric's Landevennec Gospels," "Notes: Cotton," "Cotton, Leofric Gospels," "Florovsky," "McCormick," "Mommsen," "Schwarzenberg," "Rome, Vatican, Museo profano, Ivory disc of poet," "G. A. Canini, Iconografia Tav 28 Sophocles-inscribed Pindaros," "Gerasa: Trans-Jordan, Nymphaeum," "Antioch Great Theater Restoration," "Ephesos Theater," along with many folders of photographs and text relating to ancient philosophers and poets and theaters.

Office of Career Services Records, 1943-1977

AC421 1 box
Originally established in 1912 as the Self-Help Bureau, the Office of Career Services is an organizational unit of the Office of the Vice President for Campus Life that provides career resources and programming for both undergraduate and graduate students. The records include three bound volumes of annual reports from the Princeton University Office of Career Services spanning the years 1943 to 1977. Topics covered include alumni appointments, work-study, study services and academic support.
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Office of Career Services Records, 1943-1977

Originally established in 1912 as the Self-Help Bureau, the Office of Career Services is an organizational unit of the Office of the Vice President for Campus Life that provides career resources and programming for both undergraduate and graduate students. The records include three bound volumes of annual reports from the Princeton University Office of Career Services spanning the years 1943 to 1977. Topics covered include alumni appointments, work-study, study services and academic support.

Maurice Kelley Collection, 1935-1971

C0457 4 boxes 2.7 linear feet
Contains correspondence, photographs, memorabilia, and printed matter of American educator and librarian, Maurice Kelley (Princeton Class of 1934).
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Humanities Council Records, 1935-2021

AC143 6 boxes 1 websites .03 GB
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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.
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John C. Bogle Papers, 1948-2019 (mostly 1974-2000)

MC206 17 boxes
John C. Bogle (1929-2019) founded the mutual fund company Vanguard and is a leader in the mutual fund industry. He is an outspoken advocate for low-cost investing, index funds, and the rights of investors, and a critic of the mutual fund industry. Bogle's papers document his career with Vanguard and Wellington Management Company, and his involvement with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, and include his speeches and correspondence, reports, memoranda, and clippings.

Student Academic Work Collection, 1862-2009

AC374 9 boxes 1 folder
This collection consists of essays, notes on readings, laboratory notebooks, drawings and similar academic work products created by Princeton students.
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Mixsell Collection of Autographs of Musicians, 1825-1937

C0085 2 boxes 2.5 linear feet
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Consists of letters and/or autograph manuscripts of several bars of music (some signed and inscribed) by such composers as Beethoven, Brahms, Cui, Puccini, Ravel, and Strauss. Materials were collected by American physician and composer Raymond B. Mixsell (Princeton Class of 1903).

Howard C. Rice Collection on Saint-Mémin, 1951-1970

C0752 1 box 0.4 linear feet
Consists of research notes, correspondence, photographs, and drafts for three articles by Howard C. Rice (1904-1980), published in the Princeton University Library Chronicle (autumn 1951, summer 1959, spring 1971), concerning the French engraver, Charles Balthazar Julien Fevret de Saint-Mémin (1770-1852)

Stewart M. Robinson Collection of Colonial Sermons, 1615-1960 (mostly 1745-1785)

C0513 42 boxes 16.2 linear feet
Consists of a collection compiled by American clergyman Stewart M. Robinson (Princeton Class of 1915), including photostats of sermons, letters, pamphlets, and communications to newspapers by clergymen in colonial America, which he used as research material for a proposed book entitled "The Political Thought of the Colonial Clergy."
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Steven Barclay Collection, 1904-2008 (mostly 1920-1940)

C1487 6 boxes 3.0 linear feet
A collection containing original manuscripts, letters, documents, photographs, association copies of books, and other printed material, chiefly by or pertaining to Adrienne Monnier (1892-1955) and Sylvia Beach (1887-1962), and their respective bookshops in Paris: La Maison des Amis des Livres and Shakespeare & Company.
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Steve M. Slaby Papers, 1903-1990 (mostly 1950-1980)

AC027 6 boxes 2 items
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.
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Series 3: Departmental Records, 1942-1988

Series 3: Departmental Records, 1942-1988, includes the records of various committees and programs (such as a two week program to introduce local middle school boys to engineering through a surveying project of Jadwin Gym, field trips to construction sites and similar activities), studies on the status of engineering at Princeton, annual reports, minutes from Advisory Council, Executive Committee and faculty meetings, and seminar and conference records (proposals, agendas, published and unpublished papers, etc.), arranged in that order. Slaby's rank and salary appeal documents are temporarily restricted.
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Series 2: Course Materials, 1903-1970

Series 2: Course Materials, 1903-1970, documents the 1950s and 1960s especially well but includes some materials dated before Slaby's tenure (including one student drawing project from 1903). The series is comprised of course proposals and descriptions, lecture notes, problem sets, student projects, tests, and exams, arranged in that order. Most of the papers are from Slaby's courses, but other professors such as Heacock and Lindgren have material preserved in the series. The courses best represented are engineering graphics, descriptive geometry and engineering drawing. Two oversized graphics projects from the early 1900s, inscribed "Crosby" and "L. Sullenberger," are housed separately in the Oversize Collection.

Stephen French Whitman Collection, 1880-1950

C0178 1 box 0.4 linear feet
Consists primarily of manuscripts of Stephen French Whitman (Princeton Class of 1901), as well as correspondence and documents concerning their publication and the career of the author.
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J. Harlin O'Connell Collection on English Artists, 1825-1952 (mostly 1880-1939)

C0213 7 boxes 32 folios 9 items 2.5 linear feet
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Consists of letters, short manuscripts, some artwork, and a few proofs of English poets, dramatists, novelists, critics, essayists, biographers, journalists, publishers, artists, and actors who were prominent primarily from the 1890s through the 1930s.
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John E. Rovensky Papers, 1920-1968 (mostly 1920-1929)

MC116 3 boxes
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John E. Rovensky (1880-1970) was a banker and economist. As a banker, he held the position of vice president at the National Bank of Commerce, Bank of America, and City Bank. As an economist, he was a member of the Economists' National Committee on Monetary Policy, the National Monetary Association, and the Stable Money Association. Rovensky's papers document his work as an economist, including his tenure as president of the Stable Money Association in 1927. The papers are comprised of correspondence, offprints, and newspaper clippings.
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Series 1: Associations, 1920-1968

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This series documents Rovensky's participation in the Economists' National Committee on Monetary Policy, the National Monetary Association, and the Stable Money Association, including his tenure as president of the Stable Money Association in 1927. The papers include discussions of logistics and operations, policies, and recruitment. Rovensky's participation ranges from merely paying dues and commenting on publications to active research, writing, and meeting attendance. The Stable Money Association papers also include discussions of the formation of the group and its mission statement, literature, and meeting minutes and agenda.

Princeton University Library Collection of Spyros Meletzēs Photographs, 1900-1999

C1389 1 box 1 linear foot
Consists of an open collections of Spyros Meletzēs photographs.

Sprint Football VHS Tapes Collection, 1947, 1989-2005

AC310 5 boxes
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.
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Honorary Degree Records, 1749-1991

AC106 25 boxes
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Consists of files pertaining to honorary degree recipients throughout Princeton University's history.
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Arthur Garfield Hays Papers, 1915-1955

MC072 42 boxes 1 folder
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The Arthur Garfield Hays Papers consist of correspondence, case files, speeches, articles, books, news clippings, and photos which document his career as a New York City lawyer and general counsel for the ACLU.

Glen C.H. Perry Papers, 1944-1982

C0543 6 boxes 2.5 linear feet
This collection consists of works, lecture note cards, correspondence, an audio tape, and printed matter of American journalist and publicist Glen C. H. Perry (Princeton Class of 1926).
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George Black Stewart Papers, 1896-1950 (mostly 1896-1917)

C0637 3 boxes 0.8 linear feet
Consists of photograph albums, diaries, engagement calendars, and documents of George Black Stewart (Princeton Class of 1906) who was treasurer (1906-1950) of the American University of Beirut.
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James Creese Papers, 1822-1960

C0412 5 boxes 2.1 linear feet
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.
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Michael A. Feighan papers, circa 1940-1980

MC175 74 boxes
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Feighan was a congressman from Ohio. Consists of papers of Feighan covering his years in Congress (1943-1971).

George McAneny Papers, 1869-1953 (mostly 1910-1921)

MC091 190 boxes
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George McAneny served in numerous positions in the government of New York City, including president of the Borough of Manhattan (1910-1913), president of the Board of Aldermen (1914-1916), and chairman of the State Transit Commission (1921). This collection consists of lectures, reports, correspondence, committee and association files, clippings, scrapbooks, and photographs, all of which reflect his special interests in regional and city planning, zoning, city and state transit, and city financing.

Arthur H. Thornhill Papers, 1987-2003 (mostly 1930-1992)

C0882 19 boxes 9 linear feet
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Contains selected papers, photographs, and memorabilia of Arthur H. Thornhill, Jr., Princeton Class of 1946, pertaining to his publishing career at Little, Brown and Company and his involvement in a variety of organizations and activities within the publishing industry. Also present in the collection is a limited amount of material from Thornhill's father, Arthur H. Thornhill, Sr., who preceded his son as president of Little, Brown and Company.
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Daily Princetonian General records, 1876-2023

AC285 6 boxes 6 items 594 digital files 6 websites
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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.
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Series 1: Daily Princetonian Records, 1876-1989

Series 1: Daily Princetonian records, 1876-1989 consists of subject files from the editorial offices of the Daily Princetonian covering topics such as award banquets, journalism seminars, managerial records and by-laws of the paper. Also included are some financial records and stock certificates, and several special issues and fund-raising books published by the paper. The bulk of the materials are from the 1950s through 1970s, representing only one portion of the newspaper's long history

Spanish Military Documents Relating to 19th Century Cuba, 1845-1976

C0646 1 box 0.2 linear feet
Consists of Spanish legal and military documents relating to the administration of Cuba in the 19th century.
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Course Examinations Collection, 1833-1998 (mostly 1871-1967)

AC054 24 boxes 2 items
The course examinations collection consists of examination questions administered to applicants, undergraduates, and graduate students at Princeton University.
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Series 3: Bound Volumes of Examinations, 1844-1967

Series 3: Bound Volumes of Examinations, 1844-1967 consists of Princeton undergraduate examinations that have been bound together in volumes. Each volume generally contains examinations in a variety of subjects. Some were represent the examinations taken by a single student, while others are of unknown origin.

McCaddon Collection of the Barnum and Bailey Circus, 1871-1907 (mostly 1895-1905)

TC040 85 boxes 9 folders 14 items
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The McCaddon Collection of the Barnum and Bailey Circus consists of correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, and other material collected by business manager Joseph T. McCaddon prior to the 1907 merger of the circus with Ringling Bros.
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Souvenir Programs/Miscellaneous Magazines, 1902-1973

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This series contains harmful and offensive descriptions of people that may include racist, colonialist, ableist, and dehumanizing language. Some of the description is original to the donor and/or the creator, and in these instances of creator- and donor-supplied titles, description may be retained to convey contextual/historical information of the materials. Otherwise, descriptions derive from a typewritten inventory of the collection that may have been provided by the donor, or may have been created by an archivist.
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Series 3: Miscellaneous Materials, 1683-1988 December 19

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This series contains harmful and offensive descriptions of people that may include racist, colonialist, ableist, and dehumanizing language. Some of the description is original to the donor and/or the creator, and in these instances of creator- and donor-supplied titles, description may be retained to convey contextual/historical information of the materials. Otherwise, descriptions derive from a typewritten inventory of the collection that may have been provided by the donor, or may have been created by an archivist.
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Series 2: Scrapbooks, 1849-1968 December 19

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Some of the scrapbooks contain photographic prints which have been described with racist, colonialist, ableist, and dehumanizing language. In cases where scrapbook photographs are not captioned, descriptions in the finding aid derive from a typewritten inventory of the collection that may have been provided by the donor, or may have been created by an archivist.

American Ballet Theatre Programs, 1940-1979

TC004 4 boxes 1.6 linear feet
The American Ballet Theatre is an American ballet company founded by Oliver Smith and Lucia Chase in 1940. The collection consists of programs of performances of the Ballet Theatre dance company from its first performance in 1940 until 1979.
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Princeton Scientific Expeditions Collection, 1834-1995 (mostly 1834-1930)

AC012 26 boxes 236 items
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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 University Rowing Collection, 1874-2003

AC223 27 boxes 1 folder
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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.

Booksellers' League of New York Records, 1895-1967

C1369 2 boxes 0.8 linear feet
Founded in 1895, the Booksellers' League of New York was an organization aimed at promoting a professional and collaborative spirit among members of the book trade. The bulk of the collection consists of meeting minutes of the annual meetings and Board of Managers meetings, 1895-1932 (5 vols.) and of materials relating to the League's monthly dinners and other social events, 1901-1958 (invitation cards, programs, menus, handbills, and related membership mailings).
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Charles Homer Haskins Papers, 1834-1960 (mostly 1909-1937)

C0702 34 boxes 16.8 linear feet
Consists of selected papers of American historian Charles Homer Haskins reflecting his academic career and government appointments.

Charles Phelps Smyth Papers, 1918-1985

C0367 16 boxes 9.4 linear feet
Consists of the papers of Princeton chemistry professor Charles Phelps Smyth.

Franklin Book Programs Records, 1920-1978 (mostly 1952-1977)

MC057 302 boxes 1 folder
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The Records of the Franklin Book Programs document the activities of the organization from its inception in 1952 to its dissolution in 1978. For 26 years, Franklin assisted developing countries in the creation, production, distribution, and use of books and other educational materials. Its efforts were based on the premise that through wider and improved education, underdeveloped nations could better utilize their human resources to help eliminate hunger, poverty, overpopulation, and economic paralysis.
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Franklin Book Programs Records, 1920-1978 (mostly 1952-1977)

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The Records of the Franklin Book Programs document the activities of the organization from its inception in 1952 to its dissolution in 1978. For 26 years, Franklin assisted developing countries in the creation, production, distribution, and use of books and other educational materials. Its efforts were based on the premise that through wider and improved education, underdeveloped nations could better utilize their human resources to help eliminate hunger, poverty, overpopulation, and economic paralysis.

Princeton University Library Collection of Logan Pearsall Smith Materials, 1897-1953

C0293 4 boxes 1.4 linear feet
Consists of selected papers, including manuscripts, research materials, and correspondence, of American-born British essayist and critic Logan Pearsall Smith.
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Manuscripts, 1897-1953 February 5

Includes Smith's manuscripts, notes, and proofs for his last anthology, The Golden Shakespeare; manuscripts of "Saved from the Salvage," about his recollections of Venice during the winter of 1897 and 1898, which appeared in Horizons (March, 1943); and "Slices of Cake," an account of his meeting Henry James at Edith Wharton's shortly after the outbreak of World War I, published in The New Statesmen and Nation (June, 1943); as well as a few miscellaneous writings.

Edward T. Cone Papers, 1924-1996 (mostly 1939-1996)

C1027 32 boxes 28.6 linear feet
This collection contains the musical manuscripts, musical sketches, and personal papers of Edward T. Cone, a composer and member of the Princeton University faculty.

Janet Camp Troxell Collection of Rossetti Manuscripts, 1832-1965 (mostly 1860-1900)

C0189 38 boxes 17.1 linear feet
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Contains over 3000 manuscripts relating to the Rossetti's and their friends. While Dante Gabriel is the central figure, his brother and sisters (William Michael, Christina Georgina, Maria Francesca) are also represented, as are several other members of the Polidori/Rossetti families. The material in the collection was acquired by Janet (Camp) Troxell between 1930 and 1965.
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Series 5: Papers of Other Persons, 1775-2999

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Consists of papers (primarily correspondence) of individuals such as Lawrence Alma-Tadema, Mackenzie Bell, Alice Boyd, Ford Madox Brown, Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones, Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll), William Gladstone, the Hogarth Club, William Holman Hunt, Jane Morris, William Morris, Elizabeth Siddal Rossetti, John Ruskin, Alfred Lord Tennyson, and Thomas Woolner. This series comprises the correspondence of many members of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood during Victorian England.

H.H. Wilson Papers, 1938-1979

MC143 8 boxes
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.
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Series 3, Federal Bureau of Investigation Files, 1942-1979

Series 3, Federal Bureau of Investigation Files, 1942-1979 contains the dossiers of several prominent Americans, which were compiled by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Wilson began to collect the files in 1975 after Congress passed the Freedom of Information Act. Besides his own file, Wilson obtained the files of such notables as Vern Countryman, Alger Hiss, Nathan Singer, Duane Lockard, and Wilbur H. Ferry. It was Wilson's purpose to "...show the world how destructive, how stupid and how ridiculous the F.B.I. really is."

Sinclair Hamilton Papers, 1942-1970

C0439 7 boxes 6.65 linear feet
Consists of a manuscript and correspondence of Sinclair Hamilton (Princeton Class of 1906).

Simone de Beauvoir Letters to Françoise and Hélène de Beauvoir, 1914-1968 (mostly 1918-1968)

C1667 0.4 linear feet 1 box
This collection consists of over 400 letters from French writer, philosopher, and feminist theorist Simone de Beauvoir to her mother, Françoise de Beauvoir, and sister, Hélène de Beauvoir (also referred to as Henriette), dating from October 1918 to December 1968.
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Memorabilia Collection, 1775-2010 (mostly 1866-1997)

AC053 227 boxes 21 items
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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.
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Princeton University Library Collection of Princeton University Materials, 1746-1983

C1352 6 boxes 2 linear feet
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Consists of an assembled collection of correspondence, documents, and manuscripts related to Princeton University, its students, and its employees, some in an official capacity and others as personal or family records of those associated with Princeton University, or the College of New Jersey as it was known prior to the end of the 19th century. Materials span from the 1740s until the 1980s, though most pertain to the mid-18th through early 20th century.

Short Stories of Dorothy M. Johnson, 1948-1950

C0169 1 box 0.4 linear feet
Consists of selected manuscripts and some correspondence of Dorothy M. Johnson, a writer of Western fiction.

Shokri K. Swydan Papers, 1894-1940s

C1420 4 boxes 5.8 linear feet
Swydan was a Syrian journalist who emigrated to the United States in 1909. He served as secretary of the Russian Imperial Orthodox Society and the United Syrian Christian Association of North America, and founded a business, S. Swydan and Sons, Russian traders, in Worchester, Mass. The collection consists of papers of Swydan, including correspondence (personal and business, some in Russian), family photographs and negatives, framed documents (including several embroidered floral and Arabic pieces), writings, maps, and newspaper clippings.
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Shokri K. Swydan Papers, 1894-1940s

Swydan was a Syrian journalist who emigrated to the United States in 1909. He served as secretary of the Russian Imperial Orthodox Society and the United Syrian Christian Association of North America, and founded a business, S. Swydan and Sons, Russian traders, in Worchester, Mass. The collection consists of papers of Swydan, including correspondence (personal and business, some in Russian), family photographs and negatives, framed documents (including several embroidered floral and Arabic pieces), writings, maps, and newspaper clippings.

Alfred C. Boswell Collection, 1912-1952

C1015 1 box 0.2 linear feet
Consists of autograph musical compositions, diaries, notebooks, and related material of Boswell, an American composer.
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William S. Dix Papers, 1955-1978

AC236 9 boxes
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.

Pershing Collection of Emily Dickinson, 1945-1972

C0294 2 boxes 0.8 linear feet
Consists of material related to the collection of Emily Dickinson works compiled by Margaret Jane Pershing.

Sesquicentennial Celebration Records, circa 1887-1993 (mostly 1894-1904)

AC141 17 boxes
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.
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Sesquicentennial Celebration Records, circa 1887-1993 (mostly 1894-1904)

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.
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Celebration Materials, 1887-1993

Celebration Materials, circa 1887-1993, collects invitations, programs, mass mailings, event notices, pins, and correspondence relating to the celebration (similar materials can be found in the first scrapbook in Series 4). A typed draft of President Francis Landey Patton's sesquicentennial sermon with corrections, a photograph album of the event, and a published book of sketches from the celebration by William Silas Whitehead can be found in this series as well.

George Field Collection of Freedom House Files, 1933-1990 (mostly 1941-1969)

MC048 7 boxes
This collection contains George Field's files of the organization Freedom House (1933-1990; Bulk Dates 1941-1969). Freedom House was formed in October 1941 as an organization dedicated to the defense of freedom throughout the world--a cause perceived to be in great danger. Founding members included George Field, Dorothy Thompson, Wendell L. Willkie, Herbert Agar, Herbert Bayard Swope, and Rex Stout. These and other members had been involved in both Fight For Freedom and in the New York Chapter of the Committee to Defend America By Aiding the Allies. Freedom House carried on the spirit of these two organizations by acting as a clearing house of information. Its first agenda was to work, during World War II, to prepare the country for peace, and then after the war to continue to defend peace and freedom throughout the world. Throughout the period from 1941 to 1967 George Field was the Executive Director of Freedom House and was in charge of the day-to-day activities as well as the long-range planning for the organization. These records reflect Field's position in Freedom House during this time. The collection contains only the records that George Field retained from Freedom House, not the official records of the organization. Included in these records are Field's copies of Freedom House meeting minutes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, publications and writings, financial files, legal files, and photographs.
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SERIES XIII: PHOTOGRAPHS, 1941-1969

SERIES XIII: PHOTOGRAPHS (1941-1969) contains photographs taken throughout the existence of Freedom House, although some photographs predate Freedom House and are from the period during 1941 when the New York City Chapter of the Committee to Defend America By Aiding the Allies and Fight For Freedom were working together. The photographs from the Freedom Rally in Madison Square Garden (May 7, 1941) all pre-date Freedom House, but a majority of the individuals were closely involved with Freedom House. Most are publicity shots taken at events sponsored by Freedom House.
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SERIES VIII: ANNUAL FREEDOM AWARD, 1942-1969

SERIES VIII: ANNUAL FREEDOM AWARDS (1942-1969) contains information on the awards ceremonies and individuals presented with the Freedom Awards each year. The amount of material varies with each year, but in most cases there is always a program for the ceremony. Correspondence with the recipients can be found in the correspondence series, and photographs can be found in the photographs series.
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SERIES VI: FINANCIAL FILES, 1949-1969

SERIES VI: FINANCIAL FILES (1949-1969) consist of accountants' reports prepared by Harry Lefker Company (1949-1951) and Louis J. Lifshey Co. (1952-1969) for the finances of Freedom House, and the accountants' reports prepared by Harry Lefker Company (1948-1951) and Louis J. Lifshey Co. (1952-1969) for the Willkie Memorial of Freedom House, Inc. Also included is a list of the major contributors to Freedom House for the years 1965 to 1966.

Charles Rufus Morey Papers, 1895-1955 (mostly 1924-1945)

C0511 20 boxes 3 oversize folders 22.4 linear feet
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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.
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