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- Eschenlauer, Arthur.
- Princeton University. Library. Special Collections
- Arthur Eschenlauer Correspondence with Janet Copeland Eschenlauer
- Princeton University Archives
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- Mudd Manuscript Library (mudd): Box 1
Arthur C. Eschenlauer (1934- ), Class of 1956, was a history major and class valedictorian. The collection consists of correspondence from Eschenlauer to his girlfriend and future wife, Janet Copeland, during his time at Princeton.
Collection Description & Creator Information
The collection consists of correspondence from Eschenlauer to his girlfriend and future wife, Janet Copeland, during his time at Princeton. The letters document student life at Princeton in the 1950s, pertaining to academics as well as to extra-curricular activities. Eschenlauer writes about his experiences as a member of the marching band, concert band, and the Cloister Inn. The collection also includes a small amount of correspondence to Eschenlauer's parents, and a copy of his valedictory address.
- Collection Creator Biography:
Arthur C. Eschenlauer (1934- ), Class of 1956, was a history major and class valedictorian. In addition to academics, "Ace" Eschenlauer was involved in the marching band, the concert band, and the Cloister Inn eating club.
Gift of Janet C. Eschenlauer in December 2008 [AR.2008.159].
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The collection is open for research. The letters are available in digital format.
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Arthur Eschenlauer Correspondence with Janet Copeland Eschenlauer; Princeton University Archives, Department of Special Collections, Princeton University Library
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