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Saint-John Perse Pléiade Edition Collection, 1966-1971

C1434 2 boxes .8 linear feet
Saint-John Perse, pseudonym of Alexis Leger, was a major French poet, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1960. Consists of working editorial files and author letters for the Pléiade edition of Leger's complete works, published by the French publisher Gallimard in 1972.

William Fitts Ryan Papers, 1947-1972

MC165 479 boxes
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The papers consist primarily of records maintained in William Fitts Ryan's congressional office in Washington, D.C. his district office in New York City, and campaign materials.

Antioch Excavation Financial Records, 1935-1938

AC260 2 boxes
Formed in 1932, the Committee for the Excavation of Antioch and its Vicinity was chaired by Princeton University's Charles Rufus Morey and included representatives from the Louvre, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Worcester Art Museum, the Fogg Art Museum, and Dumbarton Oaks. Consists of detailed expense vouchers from the second half of the excavation of Antioch.
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Office of Physical Planning Records, 1869-1994 (mostly 1946-1994)

AC154 124 boxes 3 folders 160 items
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The Office of Physical Planning was the division of Princeton University's Department of Facilities charged with oversight of the construction of new buildings on campus and alterations to existing structures. The records consist of office files and architectural drawings in a variety of formats.
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Series 1: Building Project Records, 1879-2002 July 2

Series 1: Building Project Records consists of files which pertain to projects undertaken by the Office of Physical Planning, which include both the construction of new buildings as well as modifications to existing structures. The files contain a variety of documents including correspondence, invoices, drawings, surveys, meeting minutes, and in some cases photographs.

George W. Ball Papers, 1880s-1994 (mostly 1933-1994)

MC031 224 boxes 2 folders
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The George W. Ball papers document Ball's career as a lawyer, diplomat, investment banker and author. His involvement in Democratic politics, including his time spent on the presidential campaigns of Adlai Stevenson and his service as undersecretary of state for John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson is well documented, as is his often overlooked role with Jean Monnet in European integration.
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Series 1, Subseries 1, Subject Files, 1916-1997

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Series 1, Subseries 1, Subject Files, 1916-1994, contains incoming and outgoing correspondence, memoranda, reports, clippings, manuscripts, speeches, press releases and publications, and is filed alphabetically by author or subject. The subject files mainly document Ball's life prior to his appointment as under secretary of state for economic affairs and after his resignation as ambassador to the United Nations. These files contain information on a myriad of subjects in which Ball was involved or interested. His careers are well documented in this subseries, including his work on the U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey, which included the interrogation of Albert Speer, his years spent at Cleary, Gottlieb, and his international banking experience gained at Lehman Brothers.

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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Series 1: Letters from Authors to Manuel Mujica Láinez, 1940-1996

This series consists of the correspondence received by Mujica Láinez, as well as a few manuscripts by him, and several manuscripts by others. The series is arranged alphabetically. Included at the front of the series is a chronology of his career and life, written by his daughter (Ana Mujica) and daughter-in-law (Susana Rodríguez de Mujica Láinez). There is substantial correspondence from both Silvina and Victoria Ocampo; his close friend, and novelist Marta Lynch; his friend, and later, biographer, Oscar Hermes Villordo; as well as his Argentinian-Spanish friend Marcos Ricardo Barnatán, and his Spanish friends Guillermo Carnero and Luis Antonio de Villena. There is an undated, four-page letter to Mujica Láinez from Chilean poet Gabriela Mistral, written while she was staying in Buenos Aires. The series is notable for the range of dates which the correspondence spans, 1927 to 1984, and for its varied documents which portray the Argentinian literary scene, primarily in the decades of the 1940s-1970s.

Garland Publishing, Inc., Records, 1969-1991

C0850 38 boxes
This collection consists of correspondence of various Garland Publishing, Inc. staff members with authors, editors, and others, concerning permissions, copyrights, and production and editorial matters relating to their publication of facsimile and reprint editions of works by established writers. Also present are company catalogs and brochures arranged in two series, chronologically (1987-1996) and by subject.
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Walker Bleakney Papers, 1920s-1961

C0604 27 boxes 16.30 linear feet
Walker Bleakney was a renowned physicist who served as a Princeton professor of physics (1932-1969) and chairman of the physics department (1960-1967). This collection consists of Bleakney's papers, including published and unpublished reports, drafts of articles, graphic data and photographs of experiments, and other material concerning Bleakney's defense-related research on shock waves at the Princeton Gas Dynamics Laboratory, as well as lecture notes and correspondence.
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Princeton Alumni Publications, Inc. Editor's Records, 1895-1986

AC013 12 boxes 1 folder
The PAW is successor to the Alumni Princetonian, a weekly publication of the Daily Princetonian. In 1919 the Princeton Printing Company dissolved and printing of the PAW was taken over by the Princeton University Press. The PAW was a weekly magazine during the school year until changing to its current bi-weekly format in 1977. The magazine is now published during the academic year for alumni and professional staff of the University.
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Series 5: Jim Merritt Correspondence, 1991-2003

Jim Merritt, Princeton Class of 1966, served as editor of the Princeton Alumni Weekly from 1989 to 1999. This folder consists of roughly five pieces correspondence, primarily with alumni, relating to issues they raised about the print and look of the magazine. This folder also contains a few letters of Jane Martin, who succeeded Merritt, and Marilyn Marks, who succeeded Martin.

Julian Scott Photographs for the 11th Census, 1890-1891

C1412 2 boxes 1 item 0.7 linear feet
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Consists of 170 albumen prints of Native Americans and frontiersmen taken by Julian Scott in 1890 for the 11th United States Census with a No. 2 Kodak camera, with accompanying documentation.
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