Box 139, Folder 24
Box 3, Folder 7
Photographs of Palmer Lab Researchers, and of Physics Department Faculty with Albert Einstein, circa 1945-1950
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May have been Anne Kenny's files.
Biology, Department of -- Courses -- Biology 102 (Dr. Cooper) -- Vets working on cell division (mitosis) in onion root tips., circa 1945-1950s
Box mp16, Folder 13
Image number: 418. Folder or item number: 13.
Includes Keeley's notes on American literature (background for senior thesis and final exams), his general Princeton University reading notes, and his notes on Constantine P. Cavafy.
Box 57, Folder 20
Box 25, Folder 1
Box 15, Folder 4
Includes obituaries, memorials, newspaper clippings, issue of the Princeton Alumni Weekly, vol. XXIII. no. 24 (1923), and four copies of Erwin Panofksy's printed biography.
Chemistry, Department of -- Courses -- Lab -- Chemist and Dean of the Graduate College, Hugh Stott Taylor, circa 1945-1958
Box mp16, Folder 17
Image number: 419. Folder or item number: 17.
Box 139, Folder 42
Box 145, Folder 7
Mr. Mijalko Todorovic, Vice Rpesident of the Federal Assembly of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia; Mrs. Broz; His Excellency Josip Broz Tito, President of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia; Donald Groves, Director of "C" Operation, circa 1945-1965
Box ad23, Folder 9
Image number: 13525. Folder or item number: 9. Additional information: At the Plasma Physics Laboratory, Princeton University.
Box 121, Folder 3-4
Includes signed, autograph poems by Vrettakos in Greek: "Akoma tout' he anoixē", Takēs Lioumas", Etsi mou stathēke ho Taygetos", "Margarita", "To salparisma tou karaviou"; typescript drafts (carbon copies) of poems translated from Greek by Friar bearing his autograph corrections; typescripts of the poems in Greek; poet's explanatory notes on his poems; biographical statement and "Credo"; business correspondence with Friar relating to the selection, translation,and publication of some of Vrettakos' poems in Modern Greek Poetry (additional correspondence has been placed in Box 151, folder 4).
Box 2, Folder 1-2
These folders contain undated letters that were later identified and given approximate dates. Folder 1 contains the following groupings: seventeen letters, circa 1945-1949 (all letters beginning with "Chère Violette Leduc"); twenty-three "rendez-vous" Letters, circa 1949-1971 (beginning "Chère Violette" and "Ma chère Violette"), which are short letters making appointments to meet at cafes or at Beauvoir's home; and two undated letters. Folder 2 contains a letter from Gary, Indiana (circa August 11th, 1950) discussing Nelson Algren's new house in Michigan; a letter from Norway (circa July 1951); two letters about Ravages (May 1954); a letter from England (circa 1959) mentioning "Coriolan;" a letter and prière d'insérer (circa 1960) related to Leduc's Tresors à Prendre; a letter from Cuba (circa March 4, 1960); four letters (circa 1964) about La Batarde ; one letter (circa 1965) with a title suggestion for La Femme au (petit) renard; thirteen letters from Italy (circa 1952-1963); and thirteen letters to Faucon (circa 1961-1972).
Box 74, Folder 3
Includes typed manuscripts (carbon copies) of several versions of Dekavalles' poems both in Greek and in English with handwritten corrections by Friar; and several signed poems by Dekavalles.
Box 129, Folder 1-2
Includes photographs and portaits of Kimon Friar and Nikos Kazantzakis; an oversized photogrpah of Kimon Friar along with Nikos Kazantzakis has been removed to Box 127 (Miscellaneous and Oversized material).
Box 4, Folder 20
Association of Hiroshima University for Sending Atomic-bombed Roof Tiles
The Association of Hiroshima University for Sending Atomic-bombed Roof Tiles distributes the tiles in an effort to perpetuate awareness of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and to oppose the use and proliferation of nuclear weapons. The collection includes seven atomic-bombed roof tiles; photographs of the location where the roof tiles were recovered; booklets and pamphlets on the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki; and information and correspondence from Hiroshima University.
Dumbarton Oaks - Proposals and Suggestions for Consideration (U.S. Delegation), circa 1945 April 9-16
Box 93, Folder 10
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Box b-001846, Folder 3
Edmonds, Randolph, 1900-1983
A typescript of an unpublished book, Randolph Edmond's "definitive history of the Negro in the theatre." In the brief Acknowledgements section, Edmonds references a grant-in-aid by a Research Committee at Florida A College where he was teaching. A Forward was to have been written by Allardyce Nicoll, then a Professor of the History of Drama at the University of Birmingham in England. Some of the chapters include, "White Playwrights and Negro Characters," "White Actors in Blackface," "The Negroes Own Efforts," "Negro Stereotypes," "Negro Bands and Jazz," "The Negro Little Theatre Movement," and other chapters on radio, motion pictures, and music and dance in theatre.