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Department of Art and Archaeology Records, 1882-2017 (mostly 1925-1981)

AC140 17 boxes 2 items 1 websites
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Princeton university. Department of art and archaeology
The Art and Archaeology Department is one of the University's most distinguished academic departments, responsible for the education of students on the graduate and undergraduate level as well as the administration of the Princeton Art Museum. This collection consists of the records of the Department of Art and Archaeology, which include advisory council minutes; faculty files; gift records; correspondence; recommendations; project files; course lists; historical documents; and lists of images used in classes.
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Princeton University. Library. Special Collections
There are several well-known Princeton theatrical groups, but students and faculty have also organized many smaller groups over the decades, both short-term and long-lived. The collection consists of posters, programs, photographs, news clippings, and a very small amount of design and planning materials gathered about campus theatrical groups that are not already represented in dedicated archival collections.
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Subseries 1A, Production Files, 1883-2020

36 boxes 5045 digital files
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Subseries 1A, Production Files was originally processed between 1994 and 1996. During the initial processing photographs from the folders were removed and replaced with a photocopied version. These photographs are now in subseries 1B. Production files contain a combination of but not limited to playbills, scripts, scores, set designs, clippings, and photographs.
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Triangle Club Records, 1883-2020

AC122 50 GB 293 boxes 3 folders 4 items 93681 digital files 1 websites 345.58 linear feet (312 containers)
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Princeton University. Triangle Club
The Triangle Club Records consists of records of the Club and its predecessor, the Princeton College Drama Association, for productions performed by these organizations from 1883 to the present. Materials include correspondence, playbills, scripts, scores, newspaper clippings, posters, scrapbooks, and photographs as well as audio-visual recordings.
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School of Engineering and Applied Science Records, 1884-2017

AC162 192 boxes 6 folders 4 items 2056 digital files 1 websites
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Princeton University. School of Engineering and Applied Science
Princeton University's School of Engineering and Applied Science is an academic unit which since 1921 has overseen the curriculum and administration of the University's academic departments in the engineering sciences. The records document the activities of the School of Engineering and its subordinate departments and programs from its origins in the late 19th century until the present, and consist of correspondence, subject files, research reports, photographs, and other audiovisual materials.
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Roger Nash Baldwin Papers, 1885-1996 (mostly 1911-1981)

MC005 33 boxes
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Baldwin, Roger N. (Roger Nash), 1884-1981 (1884-1981)
The Roger Nash Baldwin Papers document the life and career of Roger Baldwin (1884-1981), a prominent and active American civil libertarian for almost all of his prodigiously long life. Baldwin is remembered first and foremost as a founder of the American Civil Liberties Union. Many of the papers in this collection document his involvement with the conscientious objection movement that served as the forerunner to the ACLU and with the Union itself. He served as both its executive director from its foundation in 1920 to his retirement in 1950 and as an advisor from that date until his death in 1981. However, Baldwin cast his net much wider than just the ACLU. During the 1920s and 1930s, he was involved with various left-wing political organizations, including the Industrial Workers of the World. Following the end of World War II, he served as an advisor to the U.S. Army and the United Nations in Germany, Austria, Japan, and Korea, guiding the establishment of democracy in those countries, and he was for many years chair of the International League for the Rights of Man. He spoke and wrote widely, most often on issues of civil liberties and human rights, and also taught periodically throughout his life. The papers, which include correspondence, memos, writings, notes, and photographs, document all aspects of his public life, as well as some portion of his personal life.
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Subseries 4F: Published Works, 1887-2001

48 boxes
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The Published Works subseries contains copies of published materials by Kennan, including articles in scholarly journals, popular magazines and newspapers (notably The New York Times), and addresses and lectures at universities, scholarly organizations, and civic or religious groups. Also included are Congressional testimony on issues related to foreign affairs, book reviews, prefaces and other contributions to works by other authors, and television and radio interviews. In addition, materials for some titles include drafts, copies of reviews of the work, or correspondence from readers or audience members. The most common subject of these writings is Russian history and foreign relations, as well as analysis of current Soviet policies, critical analysis of American foreign policy, and international relations in general, often with a focus on East-West relations or reducing tension in the relations between nations. Other significant topics include the effectiveness of the U.S. Foreign Service and his experiences in the Foreign Service, the Vietnam War, U.S.-Yugoslavia relations during the period in the 1960s when he was the U.S. ambassador, criticism of nuclear weapons and the arms race, and the relationship between Christianity and morality and foreign policy.
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The Committees series contains the records assembled and produced by faculty and university committees and subcommittees. Committees have been responsible for most major academic and some major social policies since the late nineteenth century. Committees vary from Admission and Curriculum to Undergraduate Residential Life (CURL) and the Council of the Princeton University Community (CPUC). A number of ad hoc committees provide interesting information about the University's responses to the First and Second World Wars. Committee files can include minutes, reports, correspondence, and notes; in some cases, they contain records spanning well over one hundred years. Committee files that contain records of discussions of particular, named students are restricted for seventy-five years.
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This series contains files relating to the health and mental and physical well-being of members of the University community. A large part of this series consists of files on McCosh Infirmary, the health center, and counseling services. Other files contain information on diseases, afflictions, conditions, and other health-related issues, such as AIDS, alcohol, the Fitness Center, sex, and sexuality. For material on the 2004-2005 Task Force on Health and Well-being, see Series 10 (Committees).
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Series 3, Publications, 1889-2001, contains admission booklets, pamphlets, notices, and application forms for prospective students. The series is organized alphabetically by the title or the content of the publication. In addition to the general viewbooks and undergraduate application forms, this series includes information for prospective minority, international, and transfer students, as well as some matriculation forms.
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This series includes a variety of material relating to Ivy Lee's personal life. The researcher will find information on Lee's immediate family. Lee would at times in his personal correspondence write on issues related to his professional life, and the researcher may want to look at the correspondence with Rev. James W. Lee, Cornelia Lee, and James W. Lee II.
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Box 45, Folder 1-4
Includes originals and photocopies, as well as clippings of several literary magazines, which according to Roula Alavera's note on the discarded envelope they were used as references for Tēlemachos Alaveras's study on the literary journals of Thessalonikē (see: "Ta logotechnika periodika tēs Thessalonikēs"). Included are: Aristotelēs, 1 (January 1889); Phōnē tēs proodou, 90 (October 1979); Makedonikē zōē, 172 (September 1980); Vivliothēkē, 118 (September 1, 2000) and 240 (January 24, 2003); 6ē Hēmera, 49 (February 12-13, 2000); Mēnes, (January-February and March-April 1962); Ta phoitētika grammata, 1 (March 1955); 2 (April 1955); and 3 (May-June 1953); Eumenēs, March and April 1959; and Kouinta, 6 (May 1996).
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Box b-000905, Folder 8
Includes an original letter from Isidore(?) Loeb to Moses Aaron Dropsie (1889), a printed copy of Dropsie's last will and testament, and the publication, The Dropsie University, The Early Years 1908 to 1919 by Frank J. Rubenstein, among other materials.
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Robert F. Goheen Papers, 1889-2008 (mostly 1939-2000)

MC204 25 boxes 1 folder 2 items
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Goheen, Robert F. (Robert Francis) (1919-2008)
The Robert F. Goheen Papers contain records that Robert F. Goheen kept mainly before and after he was president of Princeton University (1957-1972). They include files Goheen kept as a graduate student, instructor and professor in Princeton University's Department of Classics for the period 1939-1957. The collection also contains U.S. army records for 1942-1945, when Goheen had interrupted his studies for service in the Second World War, and for 1945-1956, when he served in the Officers Reserve Corps. The majority of the files concern Goheen's post-presidential years, when he was Chair of the Council on Foundations (1972-1977), Ambassador to India (1977-1980), and Director of the Mellon Fellowships in the Humanities (1981-1998), as well as Senior Fellow Public and International Affairs at Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School. In addition, the collection contains some speech notes Goheen kept and some photographs of Goheen from his tenure as President of Princeton University.
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This series consists of Tēlemachos Alaveras's autograph and typed manuscript drafts of his writings; correspondence with his friends, colleagues, and acquaintants; documents; writings by others; personal photographs or in connection with Nea Poreia ; audio-visual material; and clippings of newspapers and literary magazines.
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Tēlemachos Alaveras Papers and Nea Poreia Archives, 1889-2010

C1408 97 boxes 2 items 39.3 linear feet
Alaveras, Tēlemachos
Consists of personal papers of Tēlemachos Alaveras, a prolific Modern Greek writer and editor of the literary magazine Nea Poreia for more than fifty years. He was also the president of the Literary Society of Thessalonikē and member of boards of many other organizations. Included also are the archives of Nea Poreia, as well as the personal papers of Alaveras's father, Chrēstos Alaveras.
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Box 5
Materials also pertain to Dubois Morris's missionary work and consist of annual reports to and from the Central Presbyterian Church in New York City, NY, and annual reports from Huaiyuan. There are also sermon outlines, notes, and talks. There are several school papers and a heavily annotated Bible, likely from Dubois Morris's time at Harvard University and/or Columbia University while he was completing his postgraduate theological studies. There are cabinet cards from Morris's time at Princeton, and materials related to his inclusion in the Class of 1893, including Class Day booklets, directories, reunion books, etc. from the decades following. There are a couple of booklets on membership rules and bylaws for other organizations, such as The Pilgrims, the Quill Club, and the Shanghai Tiffin Club. There is a small amount of family papers, including a paper from Dubois Morris's younger brother, James Edgar Morris; and 1997 journal entries and photographs of a trip to Huaiyuan from Robert Morris, Dubois Morris's grandson. The scrapbooks consist of an 1898 scrapbook pertaining to George Candee Buell's passing; a bridal book containing information about the bridal party, engagement gifts, and wedding gifts, with loose scraps and notes; a Huaiyuan photograph album from 1912; and a photograph album which appears to contain photographs from Alice Buell Morris's schooldays and of her travels.
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Subseries 7A, Clark Gesner Papers and Collection on Triangle Club consists of materials created and used by Gesner in his involvement with Triangle Club, as well as a significant amount of material collected from other sources. The first category includes microfilmed copies of Gesner's diaries from his time on tour with the Triangle Club, Gesner's files related to the production of the Triangle newsletter, files related to the production of Triangle's Centennial Show, and administrative files including documents from Gesner's time on the Triangle Board of Trustees.
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The Photographs and Audiovisual Materials series includes photographs of Library staff, offices and departments, in particular the Cataloging Department, buildings, and Firestone construction. Library staff photographs were taken on the job, around the Princeton campus, and at various social events such as picnics and retirement dinners. There are also a number of images of campus grounds and buildings, presumably taken by Library staff members.
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Subseries 4A Exhibition Quality Playbills and Scores, contains playbills and scores identical to those found in Series 1, Production Files. These items are in pristine or near-perfect condition and are intended for exhibition purposes. This subseries was created during the initial processing of the collection during 1994 and 1996.
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This sub-series contains two boxes of material received from the Colonial Club in 2015. It contains correspondence related to undergraduate, graduate and associate membership, methods of admitting sophomores, correspondence related to buildings, operations, and fundraising, administrative and financial documents, and the minutes from club meetings, annual meetings, and Board of Governors meetings. The material reflects the history and operations of the club, both social and financial. It includes lists of undergraduates eligible for election to upperclass clubs, insights into club leadership, personal and general correspondence with members, documents showing income and expenses, changes in rules, by-laws, and the club constitution, and interactions with the Prospect Foundation and Graduate Inter-Club Council, among others. Subjects discussed in both meeting minutes and correspondence are additions to, furnishing and decorations of the club building, fees for membership and board, wedding gifts for members, holiday gifts for staff, bicker procedures, the cooperative buying plan of the 1920s, colors, hatbands and memorabilia, and so on.
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Dillon Gym Library Collection, 1891-2003 (mostly 1930-1991)

AC446 8 boxes
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Princeton University. Athletics Department.
The Dillon Gym Library was housed in Dillon Gym, which opened in 1947. Dillon Gym is now mainly used as the headquarters for the Campus Recreation program, and includes various administrative and varsity athletic coaches' offices. The majority of the collection is made up of published material such as athletic handbooks, rule guides and technique charts; athletic organization convention and conference reports; and university publications (sports schedules and programs, admissions material, faculty, staff, and alumni guides and fundraising publications). The collection contains several areas of focus—notably, material on women's sports at Princeton.
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Series 2: Individual Eating Club Material, 1892-2003

8 boxes
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Series 2: Individual Eating Club Material, 1895-1990, includes correspondence, minutes, reports, financial records, and respective constitutions and amendments. It is also made up of the additions to the collection since its processing in 1993. Many clubs are represented, including the Bachelor's Club, Cannon Club, Colonial Club, Court Club, Dial Lodge, The Monastery, the Princeton Terrace Club, the Quadrangle Club, Stevenson Hall (a non-bicker University-managed dining facility) and the Tower Club. Among the types of materials in the series are anniversary publications, newsletters, scrapbooks, program files, photographs, meeting minutes and fundraising campaign materials. An accession of Colonial Club materials was received in 2015 and added to this finding aid in 2016.
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Princeton University. Dept. of Biology.
The study of biology began at the College of New Jersey with the appointment in 1830 of botanist John Torrey into a part-time faculty position; it expanded with the formation of the School of Science in the 1870s; and was established as a department in 1904. The collection primarily consists of the records of the Department of Biology assembled during the tenures of Department Chairmen Edwin G. Conklin and Elmer Butler. Included are correspondence, general subject files, and records pertaining to grants, research endowments, publications, and administrative matters such as budgets and staffing. Also includes sponsored research reports and student grade cards.
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Los archivos adicionales incluyen libros de la biblioteca personal de Vilariño, principalmente libros anotados escritos por otros autores como Narciso Pizarro, Octavio Paz, Pablo Rocca, José Santos Gónzalez Vera, Ernesto Sábato, Daniel Vidart, Mario Benedetti y Rubén Dário. También incluye libros anotados por y sobre la autora; dos poemas escritos a mano firmados por Vilariño; una carta de la hermana de Vilariño, Poema; y un cuaderno de poemas inéditos escritos por Jorge Liberati. La descripción se basa principalmente en la descripción del comerciante.
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Virginia Card Papers, 1893-2002

WC033 17 boxes 7.1 linear feet
Card, Virginia D., 1919-2003
Virginia Card is a Native American of Delaware and Creek descent. Consists of correspondence, writings, subject files, photographs, and audio-visual material. The collection is especially noteworthy for Virginia Card's extensive documentation of the activities of Native American communities in California.