Princeton Dissertations: Notes
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Princeton theses all have three notes. A 502 Dissertation note, a 504 Bibliography note, and a 500 Advisor(s) note.

Structure the Dissertation note in this way:

    502 Thesis (Ph.D)--Princeton University, [year].
    502 Thesis (M.A.)--Princeton University, [year].
    502 Thesis (M.S.E.)--Princeton University, [year].
In the Bibliography note, include the paging.
    504 Includes bibliographical references (leaves 120-129).

Create the Advisor(s) note by transcribing the names of advisors when they are readily available on the t.p. or another prominent source.

    500 Advisor(s): Jeremy L. Smith and Henrietta Jones