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Biology, Department of -- Research -- Cancer -- Thomas Edward Dey measuring hemoglobin content for investigation of ion balance in blood cells., circa 1948 1 folder
Box lp2, Folder 3
Image number: 411. Folder or item number: 3.
Box lp5, Folder 5
Image number: 661. Folder or item number: 5.
Box lp5, Folder 6
Image number: 662. Folder or item number: 6.
Box lp5, Folder 4
Image number: 660. Folder or item number: 4.
Box lp5, Folder 3
Image number: 659. Folder or item number: 3.
Box lp5, Folder 2
Image number: 658. Folder or item number: 2.
Biology, Department of -- Research -- Prof. E. Newton Harvey (at left) -- Probably in re: American Cancer Society grant awarded to Biology Department in 1948., circa 1948 1 folder
Box mp16, Folder 5
Image number: 410. Folder or item number: 5.
Music Department -- Faculty and Students -- L to R: Edward T. Cone (1939), Assistant Professor, and three graduate students: Vernon P. Davis; Charles Hamm; Nathaniel Burt (1936)., circa 1948 1 folder
Box mp25, Folder 17
Image number: 629. Folder or item number: 17.
Communism, circa 1948 1 folder
Box 28, Folder 6
Box 279, Folder 1
English 311, 308, 201, 202, circa 1948 1.0 folder
Box 69, Folder 7
Box 69, Folder 8
Box 184, Folder 2
Box b-001856, Folder 5
Leduc, Violette, 1907-1972
Consists of a handwritten draft of Violette Leduc's "Je hais les dormeurs," which was first published in the journal L'Arbalète in 1948 and later in a heavily condensed version at the end of her novel Ravages (1955). The first twenty-three pages contain the entire text and are numbered and signed on the last page. The draft also includes a dedication to Jean Genet, a note mentioning Marc Barbezat (editor of L'Arbalète), typographer's notes, and corrections. Four additional pages are also present, the numbering of which resumes on page twenty-six. These offer a modified version of the end of the story. Leduc's signature appears on the last page accompanied by the note "bon à tirer" ("ready to print.")
Married Student Housing -- Harrison Street Housing Project -- This site was formerly the polo field, now part of 252-unit FPHA Harrison Street housing project for veterans and their families, circa 1947 October 1 folder
Box mp166, Folder 19
Image number: 4088. Folder or item number: 19.
Married Student Housing -- Harrison Street Housing Project -- Man standing outside near bulletin board, circa 1947 October 1 folder
Box mp166, Folder 18
Image number: 4087. Folder or item number: 18.
Other Writings, circa 1947-2010 2 boxes
Box b-001548, Box b-001854
Includes correspondence and some manuscript materials relating to "The Lyrical Novel" (1961), "Divided" (1947), Rue the Day (2009), The Discovery of Slowness (1987), and "Paul Valéry: Protean Critic," from Modern French Criticism (1972).
Box 377, Box 378, Box 379
Engonopoulos, Nikos, circa 1947-1973 1 folder
Box 138, Folder 19
Box 379, Folder 1-11
Consists primarily of clippings related to Carlos Fuentes' parents, Rafael Fuentes and Berta Macías, particularly in relation to his father's diplomatic career. Also included are black-and-white photographs with images of Rafael Fuentes, Miguel Alemán Valdés, and other government officials.
Box 329, Folder 7
Sketches, circa 1947-1962 3 folders
Fitzgerald, Robert, circa 1947-1961 1 folder
Box 138, Folder 31
The Gothic, circa 1947-1960 2 boxes
Box 11, Box 12
Drafts (corrected typescripts) of text in German (1052 pages).
Box 16, Folder 1
Back Correspondence, circa 1947-1956 1 folder
Box 5, Folder 17
circa 1947-1954 1 folder
Box 6, Folder 4
Princeton University Store -- L to R: F.J. Worthington, manager, 1947-?; B.F. Bunn (1907), manager 1908-1947; Robert C. McNamara (1903), 1st manager., circa 1947-1950s 1 folder
Box mp191, Folder 15
Image number: 5153. Folder or item number: 15.
Charles E. Fehon Papers, circa 1947-1950
Consists primarily of original artwork created by Charles E. Fehon, Princeton Class of 1950, during the process of designing sets and costumes for Princeton theater groups including Theatre Intime, University Players, and the Triangle Club.
Notebook, circa 1947-1949 1 folder
Box 1, Folder 3
Contains notes on T.S. Eliot's Four Quartets , Henry James's The Ambassadors , James Joyce's Ulysses , Thomas Mann's The Magic Mountain , and Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina and War and Peace. Includes unbound notes.
Box 7, Folder 6
Box 28, Folder 14
Box 3, Folder 4
Terrel, Mark H.
Mark Terrel was a graduate student in nuclear physics (M.S., 1948). The notebook contains course notes on Quantum Mechanics (Schlegel), Nuclear Physics (Winckler), Statistics (Wilks), Electronic Engineering (Mather), Mathematical Physics, Selected Physics Seminar, and Philosophy.
A film entitled Princeton written by Irving Jacob \u201931 and Basil Beyer, directed by Alexander Hamid, and produced by Affiliated Film Producers, Inc., and the International Film Foundation, circa 1947. The film has no sound, and appears to have both documentary footage (Princeton Bicentennial Convocation with President Truman, General Eisenhower and Albert Einstein), as well as some scripted scenes. Convocation at approximately 5 minutes 30 seconds. 16 mm; Duration: 30 minutes.