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Series 3 contains original film reels (mostly 16 mm or 8 mm) documenting Princeton freshman (frosh) football games between 1951 and 2001. For many games more than one reel exists, documenting only offense or defensive plays, practices or scrimmages, kicking, or specific quarters of the game. Duplicate prints of certain reels are also included in the collection.

Series 1: WPRB Records, 1939-1998

14 boxes
The first series consists of various materials which document the origins and development of WPRB, including constitutions, by-laws, photographs, membership lists, clipped articles, board minutes, correspondence, and financial reports. The records are especially illustrative in their documentation of the station's beginnings. Nearly every piece of correspondence from station member H. Grant Theis is preserved, often with his own retrospective commentary attached. There are also several drafts of station histories, and large amounts of correspondence and technical reports detailing the station's move from AM to FM broadcasting. The records also contain a number of photographs of WPRB staff and facilities. These photographs have been left in their original locations, and are interspersed with the station records.
This series consists of two LP records: a WPRB singing station break recording and a WPRU-produced album, which was featured in exhibit. It also includes other materials used in a WPRB exhibit, inluding a letter from H. Grant Theis, photographs, a WPRB contour map, and broadcast programs. Some of the original exhibit descriptions are included with the materials.
Series 1: Departmental Files, 1909-1970 contains primarily minutes of faculty meetings and committees, copies of comprehensive examinations, and some correspondence. The series documents the development of modern languages and comparative literature education at Princeton, including departmental evolutions and the origins of the Special Program in European Civlization. The series also includes a selection of autographed photographic portraits of French savants and literati, all dating from approximately the 1920s.
Box 18
Brothers Gerard "Gerry" Thomas (born 1930) and William R. "Bill" Thomas, Jr. (born 1927) both belonged to the Class of 1951. William R. Thomas had delayed his undergraduate education for Army service. They roomed together, and their letters are written to their father William R. Thomas, mother Virginia Postles and younger brother Jim in Washington, D.C.
Series 2: Syllabi Removed from the Princetoniana Collection, 1826-1947 (bulk 1850-1920) consists of printed syllabi and lecture notes that at some point were classified as part of the library's Princetoniana collection under call numbers starting with P435. Almost all of the items were printed specifically for use by students in classes at Princeton, and are based on lectures given by Princeton professors. They cover a broad range of subjects, including subjects no longer taught at Princeton, such as Law.
These course materials were removed from the Lecture Notes Collection (AC052), as they are not notes taken by students. Some material in this grouping may never have been in the Lecture Notes Collection but was stored together with material that was. Some are professors' notes for lectures, some are problem sets or laboratory instructions kept by students.