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Mason, Alpheus Thomas, 1899-1989.
Alpheus T. Mason taught in the Dept. of Politics at Princeton University beginning in 1925 and authored a number of legal works as well as biographies of Supreme Court justices Harlan Fiske Stone and Louis D. Brandeis. This collection consists of papers of Mason, including material relating Stone, Brandeis and Woodrow Wilson.
The Field Notes subseries includes notebooks detailing travel to various countries, particularly throughout the Middle East; including four notebooks documenting the United States Agricultural Mission to Saudi Arabia, which Twitchell led between 1943-1944. Twitchell used these diaries to record daily occurrences, field observations related to mining and other projects, lists, memoranda, expenses, historical and political references, and personal observations. Similar unbound writings may also be located within country and/or project files in Series 3: Topical Files.
consists of photographs removed from correspondence located in Series I as well as photographs of Hitler at various functions, and members and officers of the NSDAP in portraits. An addition consists of 3 photograph albums prepared for Hermann Goring by Lutz Heck containing 183 black and white photographs of Goring, other officers, friends and family mainly on hunting trips in the Bavarian mountains.

Anatoly Naiman Papers, circa 1928-2006

C1752 11.5 linear feet 12 boxes
Naĭman, Anatoliĭ (1936-2022)
Consists of the correspondence of Russian poet, translator, and writer Anatoly Naiman (1936-2022) along with some writings, photographs, personal documents, and clippings. Other individuals represented in the collection include Anna Ahkamatova, Joseph Brodsky, Sergei Dovlatov, Lidia Chukovskaya, Evgenii Rein, and Dmitrii Bobyshev.
Box 24
This folder contains photographs of the town of Princeton. Included are photographs of houses on Williams Street and Fitzrandolph Road; properties on 128 Fitzrandolph Road, 138 Fitzrandolph Road, 10 Mercer Street, and the Wilson House on 25 Cleveland Lane; Bainbridge House; DE Ardis' Delicatessen; Nassau Inn; the Princeton Public Library; the Morven estate; Nassau Presbyterian Church; Borough Hall; a fire on Witherspoon Street; the Princeton Battle Monument and Battlefield; the Old Barracks on Edgehill Road; the D+R Canal; the Harrison Steet Bridge; Palmer Square; Princeton Junction Station; Thomson Hall; and Prospect Apartments. Also included is a duplicate of a 1781 map of Princeton.
Box 8, Folder 8
Includes reviews of edited volumes about the following individuals and their work: Mrs. Henry Adams, Samuel Butler, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, William Cowper, Emily Dickinson, Gerald Manly Hopkins, Anne Hutchinson, Henry James, Stephane Mallarme, William Vaughn Moody, Matthew Prior, Saint Augustine, Leo Tolstoy, and William Butler Yeats.