The Princeton University Library Chronicle

Index, Volumes I - XXV, 1939 - 1964

Biblia, Volumes I - X, 1930 - 1938



Abbey Theatre, VI:44


Abbott, Charles Conrad, correspondence, XIX: 182


Abbott family of New Jersey, papers relating to (1707-1916), XIX:182


'Abd-al-Malik, Butrus, III:116


ABEEL, NEILSON, "A Letter from A. E. Housman," XIII:18-22


Acrelius, Israel, Beskrifning om de Swenska Forsamlingars Forna och Narwarande Tilstand (Stockholm, 1759), VII:49


Adamic, Louis, papers, XIX:185


Adams, Abigail, XVII:196


Adams, Frederick B., Jr., gift of serigraph press, XV:209; mentioned, IX:13; XVI:i64


Adams, Joseph A., I, 3:12; VI:108; XX: 13


Adams, Maude, XVII:24-25


ADAMS, PERCY G., "Benjamin Franklin's Defense of the De Fonte Hoax," XXII: 133-140


Adams, Randolph G., VII:83-84


Adenauer, Konrad, letters exchanged with John Foster Dulles, XXII:151


ADLER, ELMER, "Adventure by Design," V:27-29


Adler, Elmer, Elmer Adler: Apostle of Good Taste (Adams), IX:13; "Forty Mercer Street" (Thompson), 11:2734; "Man About the House" (Winterich), IX:13-16; additions to the Sinclair Hamilton Collection, VII: 82; collection of medieval and renaissance manuscripts, XIX:i62; exhibit, "Work in the Graphic Arts," XIII:205; Graphic Arts Fund, XVII: 260-261; letter from Peter Franck, book binder, V1:202-203; a Memorial Exhibition (Naumburg), XXIV: 211-213; Memorial to (Thompson), XXIII:68-69; gift of papers, XVI: 194; papers, XIX:i85; papers, additions to, XXI:i8i; printing collection Of, 11:27-34; retirement as Curator of the Graphic Arts Division, XIII:200; seminars on history of the book and the graphic arts, VIII:185186; seminars on prints and printing techniques, XVI:182-183; mentioned, IX:40


Aeronautics, collection of broadsides, posters, and engravings, X:57


Aesop, V:141


Aesthete, 1925, 111:85


Africa, Julian W. Feiss Collection of Africana, XXIII:178-181


Aiken, Charles A., XV:93


Aiken, William A., library of, XXI:




Ainsworth, William Harrison' collection of his autograph letters acquired, VIII:95; in Morris L. Parrish Collection, VIIII:11; XII:162-163; works illustrated by George Cruikshank IV:54, 55, 58


Akin, James, VI: 109


Albertus Magnus, Philosophia Naturalis (Basel, 1506), V:165-i66; Paradisus Animae, sive Tractatus de Virtutibus (Cologne, 1473), X111:37


ALBION, R. C. "Journal of Captain John Shaw of the John Adams," V:32-34


Alchemy, a sixteenth -century scroll of alchemical emblems, XIX:201


Alciati, Andrea, XV:56; XV111:77, 78, 79


The Alcoran-translatcd out of Arabique into French by the Sieur Du Ryer ... (London, 1649), first English translation of the Koran, VI: 205


ALDEN, DOUGLAS W., "Jacques de Lacretelle," XIII:212-214; "Two Symbolist Poets," XVI:189-194


Aldington, Richard, XI:178, 180, 189-193


Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, collection of his works, XV:50; manuscripts and letters of, XIX: 184; mentioned, XXV: 181, 182


Alembert, jean Le Rond d', "A D'Alembert Letter Reexamined" (Rice), XVIII: 189-193


Alexander, Archibald, Biographical Sketches of the Founder and Principal Alumni of the Log College (Princeton, 1845), V:27-28; acting librarian at Princeton Theological Seminary, XX1:91; friendship with Charles Hodge, V111:105, 106, 113; mentioned, XXV:197


Alexander, De Forest M., autograph collection of, XX:160-161; XXI:180


Allingham, William, VI:128


Almanacs, American, VI: 102, 103; XX: 30, 31


Alpine literature, "The Montagnier Collection," Biblia, V, I [2-3]; "Princeton Mountaineers," XXV: 2-.7-228


America, Panorama of (exhibit), X:198


American books, translations of, XII: 36-37


American Civil Liberties Union, gift of archives, XVI:154; XIX:178-179; additions to, XXI:i8i


American Civilization, Princeton University Archives Of, 11:134


American Commission to Negotiate Peace, April-May 1919, VII:11


American Expeditionary Forces, public estimate of by Marshal Foch, Biblia, I, 1 (insert)


American Fiction "Want-List," Supplement to Biblia, I, 3


American illustrated books, Sinclair Hamilton Collection. See Book Illustration; Hamilton, Sinclair


The American Magazine of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge (1834), VII:81


"American Republicans, against his Majesty's Loyal Subjects," eight-page pamphlet dated State of New York, 10 July, 1783, IX:43


American Revolution, "A Recently Discovered Letter of the American Revolution," with introduction by Carl Van Doren, IV:113-122; Battle of Princeton, IV: 120; beef cattle for the Revolutionary Army, XXII: 101; books on, in Kane Collection, XI:24; French aid in, I, 1:3-8; use of Hessian troops in, IV:113-122; Yorktown, siege of, III:153-155. See also Princeton


The American Whig Society, IX:51


Americana, "From Columbus to J. C. Adams: Notable Americana in the McCormick Collection" (Wainwright), X:41-50; "The Grenville Kane Americana" (Penrose), XI:425; acquisitions, VI:44, 91, 92, 148; VII:86; IX:43


Americans in Paris, catalogue of an exhibition, XVII:191-259


Ames, William, De Conscientia (Amsterdain, 1630), Seaborn Cotton's copy, XXII:145-I47


Anderson, Alexander, Emblems of Mortality (Hartford, 1801) , woodcuts for, VIII:97-98; "Alexander Anderson and Early American Book Illustration" (Knubel), I, 3:9-18; checklist of works, I, 2:32; mentioned, Vl:100, 106-111, 160; XX:8, 20


Anderson, Sherwood, "Sherwood Anderson" (Faulkner), XVIII:89-94; mentioned, V:51, 52


Andreas, John M., gift to coin collection, VI: 140


Angling, books on, XVII:271-272; collection, added to, XXV:160; freshwater, VII:157; the Isabelle A. Rockey Memorial Collection, XVII:99; "The Rockey Angling Collection" (Dix), XV:16i-i63. See also Kienbusch


Anselm, The Larnent of the Virgin, XXII: 148-151


An Answer to Alexander Hamilton's Letter Concerning the Public Conduct and Character of John Adams, Esq., President of the United States (New York, 1800), VII:121


Antioch, "Syrian Archaeology in Princeton" (Downey), 1, 3:1-7; mOsaics, exhibited in McCoriiiick Hall, 1, 3:1


Apologia Altera Refutatoria illius quae est Pacti (Rome, 1526), V:165


Arabic, first book printed in, IV:5-9


Arabic manuscripts, Descriptive Catalog of the Garrett Collection of Arabic Manuscripts in the Princeton University Library (1938), by Philip K. Hitti, Nabih A. Faris, Butrus 'Abd-al-Malik, III:116; "The Arabic and Islamic Manuscripts" (Hitti) , III:116-122; Garrett Collection of, (Hitti), Biblia, IX, 2 [4-5]; "The Garrett Collection Of Arabic Manuscripts" (Faris), I, 3:19-25; "An Unedited Autographed Manuscript on the Early History of Baghdad by Ibn-al-Dubaythi in the Princeton University Library" (Hitti), XXV: 150-152


Arabs, paper-making, III:62


Aragon, Louis, II:100


Archaeology, "Syrian Archaeology in Princeton" (Downey), I, 3:1-7; Morgantina, XIX:92-98


Archery, IV:82-85


Architecture, The House: A Pocket Manual of Rural Architecture (N.Y., 1850), VII:81; in Princeton, XXV: 184-208; notebooks of John Ruskin, I, 2:9-10. See also Notman, John


Architecture and landscape gardening, books loaned from collection of R.T.H. Halsey, Biblia, IX, 1 [2-3]


Argus, New York daily newspaper, 1795-1800, VII:90


Aristotle, Ethics and Politics, MS (England, 14th Century), III:125


Arliss, George, XVII:20-22


Armenia, "An Armenian Miniature of the 14th Century" (Kurdian), IV: 109-112; "An Armenian Silver Binding Dated 1653" (Kurdian), VII: 1 18-119; gift of books and pamphlets in the Armenian language, V:80-81. See also Garrett Collection


Armour, George Allison, gift of portrait of Goethe, IV:4


Armour, Mrs. George Allison, XIV: 184


Armstrong, F. Wallis, his collection of Christopher Morley, gift of Mrs. F. Wallis Armstrong, XXIII:130


Armstrong, Hamilton Fish, V:47-48


Army Map Service, map depository program of, XV:101-102


Army Specialized Training Program, V:80


Arnold, Abraham S., Curator of Stamp collection, XI:97; gift of his Rumanian Stamp Collection by James R. Arnold, XV:163-164; XII:226-227


Arnold, Frederick L., Assistant Librarian for Reference, appointment of, XXIV:69


Arnold, Matthew, XI:96-97


Arpee, Leonard, gift of books and pamphlets in Armenian language, V:80-81


Art of Limming (London, 1588), VI: 89


The Arte of Angling, modernized text published by Oxford University Press (1960), XXII:182; publication of facsimile edition by Princeton University Library 1956), XVIII: 20, 21


Arthur, Chester A., XI:96


ARTHUR R. S., "A Vignette of Princeton in 1760," XVI:28-29


The Arthurian Legend, collection, Biblia, VIII, 1 [11-12]


Arvanitidi, G. J., acquisition of early European books on the Ottoman Empire, from collection of, XX:198-201


Aschani, Roger, Toxophilus (London, 1545), IV:84


Ashendene Press, XVI:33-34


ASHLEY, ROBERT P., "The Wilkie Collins Collection," XVII:81-84


Atherton, Gertrude, XIV:11


Atkinson, E. Stanley, collection of American historical autographs, XIX: 182


The Atlantic Monthly, V:160


Atterbtiry, B. B., V:47


Atwater, Lyman Hotchkiss, VIII:68, 73, 78


Audubon, John James, Birds of America, V: 129; Ornithological Biography, V:130; The Quadrupeds of North America, V:131; The Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America, XIV: 46-47; V:133; "Citizen Audubon: A Documentary Discovery" (Dallett) , XXI:89-93; "An Early Audubon Drawing" (Ford) , XV:16g-178; "John jairies Audubon: A Backwoodsman in the Salon" (Savage) , V:129-136; "John James Audubon: Some Remarks on his Writings" (Fries), XXI:1-7; "Mr. Audubon's Lucy" (Rice), XXIV:128-134; "The World of John James Audubon," catalogue of an exhibition, 15 May - 30 September 1959, XXI:9-88; (exhibit) "An Audubon Anthology," XII:88; collection of manuscripts of, XIX:175; mentioned, XVII:209


Audubon, Lucy BakeweIl, "Mr. Audubon's Lucy" (Rice), XXIV:128-134; mentioned, V:133; XV:170, 173. See also "World of John James Audubon"


Augusta Amalia, Princess of Bavaria, V: 104


Austen, Jane, IV:62


Austin, Alfred, review of Tennyson, XXIV:40-42


Autograph collections, "The Andre de Coppet Collection of American Historical Manuscripts, a Catalogue of an Exhibition," XVI:166-181; Atkinson Collection of American historical autographs, XVIII:36-37; XIX:182; James B. Rankin Autograph Collection, XXIII:132-134; John Wild autograph collection, XIX:165, 170; nineteenth century musicians, XIV: 106; Victorian literary, XXII:42-43


Austria, MS, 11th and 12th cent. monastic disputations, VIII:94


Axson, Stockton, letters of, XVII:180; on Woodrow Wilson as a writer, XVII:166; professor of English, VIII: 158



Babbitt, Irving, friendship with Paul Elmer More, XXII:164-167


Baddeley, St. Clair, letters from Coventry Patmore, XIV:48-49


Badeau, Adam, letters to James H. Wilson, XIX:177; XXII:43-45


Bacon, Francis, Saggi Morali (Florence, 1618-19), V:122


Bagg, Mrs. Leonora S.L., correspondence with Arthur Bullard on the Balkan States, V:35


Baggallay, Richard, papers relating to suppression of the slave trade, XIX: 166. volume of documents on slavery, V: 123-124


Baghdad, "An Unedited Autographed Manuscript on the Early History of Baghdad by Ibn-al-Dubaythi in the Princeton University Library" (Hitti) , XXV: 150-152


Bailey, James A. See McCaddon Collection of circus material


Bailey, Philip James, Festus, VII: 149-154; The Universal Hymn, VII: 151; Philip James Bailey . . . Personal Recollections by James Ward, VII:153; "American Editions of Festus: "A Preliminary Survey" (Peckham), VIII:I77-184; "A Bailey Collection" (Peckham), VII:I49-154; "Selections from the Letters of Philip James Bailey" (Peckham) , IX:79-92; manuscripts of, XIX:167


Bailey, Warren Worth, papers, XIX: 180


Bainbridge, Absalom, XXV:194


Bainbridge, William, letters, V:115


Bainbridge House in Princeton, N.J., XXV:194-195


BAKER, CARLOS, "Forty Years of Pulitzer Prizes," XVIII:55-70; "A Great Rider Haggard Accession," XVII:272-273; "The Infinite Sea: The Development and Decline of Wordsworth and Coleridge; An Account of Professor Harper's Unfinished Book," XI:62-75; "Letters from Hemingway," XXIV:101-107; "The Loeb Broom Collection," XXI:177; "On Looking Into a Copy of Herrick in the University Library," IV:1l2; "The Road to Concord: Another Milestone in the Whitman-Emerson Friendship," VII:100-117; "R. P. Blackmur: A Check list," III:99-106; "A Short Memoir of George Mann Peck," XIV:,38-41; "Vachel Lindsay at Princeton," II:1-6; editor of Princeton University Library Chronicle, XVI:165


Baker, Ray Starmard, letter from Woodrow Wilson to, VII:10; letters from Wilson, mentioned, XVII:180; list of names included in correspondence of, VII:17-18; materials On Versailles Conference, VII:11-14; papers, XIX:180


Baker, William Munford, "William Munford Baker: Forgotten Princetonian" (Parrott and Thomas), X: 61-80


The Balkans, letters of Arthur Bullard on, V:35


Balken, Edward Duff, books presented by, Biblia, IX, 2 [7]


Balzac, Honore de (exhibit), XI:99


Bancroft, George, impressions of Goethe, VIII:117; mentioned, XIV:71


Barber, John W., Religious Emblems with William Holmes, XV:67-68; designer and wood engraver, VI: 112; mentioned, XX:32, 33


Barlow, Joel, XVII:201, 202, 206


Barney, Joshua, XVII:203


Barnum, Phineas T., in Princeton, VI: 142


Barnum and Bailey circus, photographs, from the McCaddon papers, XVIII:163


"Baroque Art, Illustrated Books of the Seventeenth Century," leaflet by John Rupert Martin, XXV:152; (exhibit) examples of, XXV:152


BARR, EVELYN R., "International Relations Collection," XIV:96-97


Barrett, Lawrence, letter from William Dean Howells, V:160


Barrett, Roger W., gift of three missing leaves from Thomas Jefferson's Farm Book, X11:93-94


Barrie, James Matthew, Better Dead, copy in Parrish Collection, 111:44; The Wedding Guest, two editions of, XII:163-164; "Barrie in the Parrish Collection" (Beinecke), XVII:96-98; in Morris L. Parrish Collection, VIII:11, additions, XVII: 64; letters, 111:44


Bartholomacus Anglicus, "De Proprietatibus Rerum of Bartholomaeus Anglicus" (Hanford) , XXIII:126-130; V: 139-140


Bartolommeo de Giovanni, XIV:159


Barudi, Murad Bey, X:110


Basset, Sir Ralph, granted letter Of Patent, IX:68-78


Baskerville, John, I, 2:18, 20, 21


Baxter, Sallie, friendship with Thackeray, 111:41


Bayard, Samuel, donor to Princeton Theological Seminary, XV:97; papers, XIX: 182


BAYLES, VERNA E., "Books Under Fire," 11:81-90; checklist for article "Books Under Fire," 11:114-115; "A Sampling of Victorian Poets at Princeton," VI:127-132, XXII:178; ed. "New and Notable" in Chronicle 1944-49, passim


Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli, 1st earl of, in Morris L. Parrish Collection, VIII:9; additions to Parrish Collection, XVII:66


Beakes, Stacy, copybook, X11:158-159


Beal, Gifford (exhibit), "Life Under the Big Top," pictures by, VI:144


BEAM, JACOB N., "Charles Hodge's Student Years in Germany," VIII:103-114; "The Maclean Papers," Biblia, VI, 2 [8-11]; "A Visit to Goethe," VIII:115-122; Maclean papers catalogued and indexed by, I, 4:6-11


Beardsley, Aubrey, A Book of Fifty Drawings, 1897, Vll:162; "Aubrey Beardsley" (Gallatin), X:81-84; "A Catalogue of the Gallatin Beardsley Collection" (Gallatin -Wainwright), XII:67-82; XII:126-147; "Letters of Aubrey Beardsley" (Walker), XVI: 111-144; (exhibit) "Aubrey Beardsley," X:197; Gallatin Beardsley Collection of drawings, letters, X: 99-100; additions to, XXI:181; XIX: 104-105; XII:163; drawings for The Yellow Book, 11:123-124, 128; illustrations for fifth volume of The Yellow Book: XVI:101-103; in J. Harlin O'Connell Collection, XIX:150; letters and drawings of, XIX:i6q; self-portrait of, XIX:105


Beardsley, Mabel, letters from Aubrey Beardsley, XVI:126-144


Beatty House, in Princeton, N.J., XXV: 194


BEATY, JEROME, "George Eliot's Notebook for an Unwritten Novel," XVIII:175-182


Beauharnais, Eugene, "The Beauharnais Archives" (Palmer), III:45-51; Archives, Biblia, VII 1 [2-3], XIX: 170. See also deCoppet, Andre


Beauinont, Joseph, Some Observations upon the Apologie of Dr. Henry More for his Mystery of Godliness (Cambridge, 1665), V:122


Beauregard, P. T., General orders of, XXII:143-144


Beck, James Montgomery, papers Of, XV:218; XIX:180


Bedford, Paul, Charter Trustee emeritus, IX:39; help in planning Firestone Library, X:150


Beebe, William, acquisition of his personal library, XXIV:78-81


Beerbohm, Max, in J. Harlin O'Connell Collection, XIX:150; mentioned XIV: 135


The Beeriad: Or, Progress of Drink (Gosport, 1736), VI:41


Beilenson, Edna and Peter, gift of drawings by W. A. Dwiggins, X: 143-144


Beinecke, E. J., collection of R. L. Stevenson, VIII:40


BEINECKE, WALTER, JR., "Barrie in the Parrish Collection," XVII:96-98


Belcher, Jonathan, "Jonathan Belcher and 'Our Young College'" (Savage), XlX:191-196; "Jonathan Belcher; Notes on a Recently Acquired Portrait of an Early Benefactor of the Princeton Library," XIV:169-176; letter from Samuel Hazard on College lottery, XV:22; letter to Nathaniel Chauncy, VI:203; letter to Trustees of the College, XI:149; library, XI:101; manuscripts, XIX: 174; portrait, V:34; mentioned, V: 159


Belknap, William Goldsmith, papers, XIX: 177


Belknap, William Worth, papers, XIX: 177


Bellamy, Joseph, letter from Jonathaii Edwards, XV:75-76


Bellew, Frank, VI:117


BELZ, CARL, "The Illustrations in the Gruninger Edition of the Stultifera Navis, 1497," XXIII:16-23


BENJAMIN, HAZEL C., "The Library of the Industrial Relations Section," XV: 151-155


Bennett, Arnold, manuscript, VII:123


Bennett, James Gordon, letter from Abraham Lincoln, IX:174


Benson, Alexander, gift, V:34


Benson, Edwin N., Jr., Mr. and Mrs., gifts, XII:96-97; XV:50


Benson, Louis Fitzgerald, library of hymnology, XV:99-100


BENTLEY, ESTHER FELT, "A Conversation with Mr. Rollins," IX:178-190; "A Diplomat's Mailbag: William Lewis Dayton in Paris, 1861-1864," XX: 145-153; "An Error of judgment and Not of the Heart," XXII:1-2o; "The Madison Medal and Chief Keokuk," XIX:153-158; "Samuel L. Southard and Political Patronage," XXIII:115; "William Pinkney, 1764-1822: The Death of the Man in the Doeskin Gloves," XXII:169-177


Bentley, Esther Felt, A Vanished Society (Princeton, 1962), XXIV:74


Berenson, Bernard, XIV:159


Bernian, Eugene, (exhibit) sketches and designs for ballet productions, IX:96


Bernstein, Hillel, gift of manuscript, "A Visit to Berchtesgaden," II:136


Beroalde de Verville, Fran~ois, Les Souspirs Amoureaux (Paris, 1583), VI: 205


Beroaldo, Filippo, OPuscula, Orationes et Poemata (Basel, 1513), VI: 204


Berthier, Alexandre, Alexandre Berthier: journal de la Campagne d'Amerique, 10 Mai 1780-26 Aout


1781 (Washington, 1951), with introduction by Professor Gilbert Chinard, XIII:206-207; "Alexandre Berthier's 'Voyage en Prusse' " (Chinard), V:92-103; "The Berthier Manuscripts" (Chinard), I, 1:3-8; (exhibit) maps, XIV:100; letters to Eugene Beauharnais, III:47; manuscript journal, military papers and maps, XIX:172


Bewick, Thomas, 1, 2:20, 23; 1, 3:9-12; mentioned ' XX:9, 10


Beze, Theodore de, Icones, id est verae imagines virorum ([Geneva] 1580), VIII:94-95; An Oration made by Master Theodore de Beze (London, 1561), VI:89-90; Poemata Juvenilia (n.p. [1550?]), V:165


Bibiena, Antonio Galli, XVIII:197


Bibicna, Carlo, XVIII:197


Bibiena, Ferdinando Galli, XVIII:196


Bibiena, Francesco Galli, XVIII:196


Bibiena, Giuseppe, XVIII:197


Bible, "The Bible in Transition" (Wolf), XXIV:155-167; "Book of Books," XXIV:183-186; "The Coverdale Centenary," Biblia, VII, 1 [78]; "The Bible through the Ages," XII:89


Biddle, Livingston, manuscript, XIX: 190


Biddle, Louis Alexander, A Memorial Containing Travels Through Life or Sundry Incidents in the Life of Dr. Benjamin Rush (Philadelphia, 1905), V:85


BIDDLE, NICHOLAS, "An Unfinished Novel by Nicholas Biddle," with an introduction by T. B. Govan, X:124-136


Biddle, Nicholas, "Nicholas Biddle at Princeton" (Govan) , IX:49-63


BILL, ALFRED HOYT, "Long Ago and Far Away," XXII:157-162


Bishop, Henry, the "Bishop Mark," V: 15


BISHOP, JOHN PEALE, "Four Years Were Mine at Princeton," VII:57; "The Spring Comes Down This Way Again," VII:59-61; "They Should Have Gone Forth With Banners," VII:58


Bishop, John Peale, dedicatory note to, VII:55-56; "John Peale Bishop: A checklist" (Patrick and Stallman) , VII:62-79; gift of manuscript of "The Hours," II: 136; in cast of Triangle play, V:44; letters in Fitzgerald papers, XII:194; member of Committee of the Princeton Archives Of American Letters, II:134; model for Tom d'Invilliers in This Side of Paradise, V:49-50; papers, XIX:185-186; V:47-48


BISHOP, WILLIAM WARNER, "Reminiscences of Princeton, 1902-1907," VIII: 147-163


Black, Harry C., gift of Berthier manuscripts, 1, 1:3; mentioned, X:189


Black, John, diary 1837 to 1844, and farm journals, XIX:182


Black, Robert K., gift Of manuscript of Mrs. Thrale's Autobiographical Notes, IV:96


Black, William, in Parrish Collection, XVII:67


Black family, Of Burlington County, N. J., manuscripts, XIX:182


BLACKMUR, R. P., "The King Over the Water: Notes on the Novels of F. M. Hueffer," IX:123-133; "Theodore Holmes: Dactyls and All," XXV:44-50


Blackmur, R. P., "R. P. Blackmur: A Checklist" (Baker), III:99-106; in Creative Arts Program, 111:75; 11:134


Blaeu, Willem janszoon, Atlas Maior, sive Cosmographia Blaviana (Amsterdam, 1643-46), XXIV:146-148


Blair, Francis Preston, correspondence, XIX:175


Blair, Samuel, Account of the College of New Jersey (1764), IV:124; correspondence with Samuel Stanhope Smith, X:137-139; pastel portrait of, V111:90


Blair, Susan Shippen, "The Smith-Blair Correspondence, 1786-1791" (Bowers) , IV:123-134; pastel portrait of, V111:90


Blair-Lee Papers, XIX:175


Blake, William, "A Blake Collection for Princeton" (Ryskamp) , XXI:172175; "Blake's Drawing of Cowper's Monument" (Ryskamp), XXIV:2731; "Blake, Milton and Edward Burney" (Peckham), XI:107-126; engraving of Cowper, XX:141-142, 144; engravings for the Boydell Shakspeare enterprise, I, 2:19-20


Blathwayt, William, correspondence with Sir Paul Rycaut, VIII:193; XIX:165


BLEASE, LILLIAN m., ed., "How Two Princeton Students Saw Lincoln in 1861," V:154-157


Blessington, Countess of, letters to, VI: 48; papers, XIX:167


Bliss, Tasker H., Vll:11-i2


Block, Gordon A., Jr., gifts: books and manuscripts, XVII:50-51; Cruikshank material, XIV:103-104


Boccaccio, Giovanni, The Decameron (London, 1625), VI:146; De Casibus Virorum Illustrium (Strassburg, ca. 1473), VI:86; A Treatise excellent and compendious, VI:146 (London, 1554)


Bocchi, Achille, Symbolicarum Quaestionum . . . Libri Quinque (Bologna, 1555), XV:60


Bodin, jean, eighteenth -centtiry manuscript copy of his Colloquium Heptaplomeres, XIX:171, 202


Boethius, De Arithmetica (Augsbiirg, 1488), VI:145; De Consolatione Philosophiae (Strassburg, 1501), XIV: 102


Bogan, Louise, manuscripts and typescripts of prose writings, XIX:190


Boker, George H., books by Charles Godfrey Leland presented to University by estate of, I, 4:17; estabIished Nassau Monthly, I, 4:21; friend of Charles Godfrey Leland, I, 4:1820; plays, poems, and manuscripts, XIX:184; mentioned, XXV:182


BOLTON, THEODORE, "Introduction to Reading: Recollections of Princeton," XXV:121-128


Bonaparte, Charles Lucien, XV:177


Bonoeil, John, The Present Setting up of Silke Works (London, 1622), X:9


Book binding, "An Armenian Silver Binding Dated 1653" (Kurdian), VII:118-119; an example, VI:201-203; (exhibit) contemporary hand binding, XII:155; gift of complete set of hand binding equipment by Harry C. Thompson, XVI:154. See also Hollis, Thomas


Book collecting, undergraduate contest, IX:40; X:51, 197; XI:142; XII: 212; XIII:203; XIV:197; XV:210; XVI: 184; XVII: 263; XVIII: 209; XIX:198; XXI:245; XXII:182; XXIII:177; XXIV:144-145; XXIV:211


Book decoration, "Victorian Book Decoration" (Metzdorf), XXIV:91-99


Book, history of, "The Development of the Book," four pamphlets published by the Princeton University Library, I, 1:39; series of exhibitions on, Biblia, X, 1 [4-5]


Book illtistration, "Alexander Anderson and Early American Book Illustration" (Knubel) , I, 3:9-18; "American Painters as Book Illustrators" (Lawall), XX:18-28; "A Collection of Early American Illustrated Books" (Mather) , VI:99-100; "Early American Book Illustration" (Hamilton) , VI:101-126; "Illustrated Books" (Roylance) , XX:53-56; "Illustrated by Frank E. Schoonover" (Woodbridge), III:19-27; "Winslow Homer as a Book Illustrator" (Mather) , 1, 1:15-22; American, XX:1-38; checklist in Chronicle of articles and notes On, XX:41-44; (exhibits) illustrated books 15th to 2oth century, XVI: 185; 17th century illustrated books, XXV:152; history of, V:137; Sinclair Hamilton Collection, VII:80-82; mentioned, II:16


Book labels, early American, XXII:36-37


Book of Common Prayer, 400th Anniversary of first printing (exhibit), XI:99


Book of Hours, French, sixteenth century, XIV: 102; from library of David A. Reed, XVI:32; mentioned, III: 128, 129-130


Book of Kells, purchase of a facsimile, Xll:161, 162


Bookplates, collection, gift of Aaron W. Godfrey, Biblia, III, 1 [13]; Of Friends of the Princeton Library, Biblia II, 1 [7]; Of Southern Collection, Biblia, VII, 1 [11-13]


Book restoration, VI:201-203


Booth, Ada P., VII:84


BOOTH, BRADFORD A., ed., "Author to Publisher, Anthony Trollope and William Isbister," XXIV:51-67


Bootli, Bradford A., VIII:36


Bordentown, New Jersey, account of Revolutionary War in, IV:113-122


Borrow, George Henry, exhibition on, Biblia, V, 1 [7-8]


Boswell, James, Life of Johnson, copy annotated by Lady Phillipina Knight, IV:37-49; books by and relating to, X:199-200; (exhibit) of Col. Isham's Boswell Papers, Biblia, IV, 1 [3-5]; mentioned, VI:41


Boudinot, Elias, Elias Boudinot's Journey to Boston in 1809 (Princeton, 1955), edited, transcribed and annotated by M. Halsey Thomas, XVII: 45-47; early donor to Princeton Theological Seminary Library, XV: 97; letters of, V:117-li8; letter to General Carleton, VII:2i; letter to Washington, 1779, VII:24; two hundred letters added to the Boudinot collection, XVI:I48; papers, XIX: 173; read official address to George Washington at Nassau Hall, VIII:58


Boudinot family, papers, XVI:36-37; XIX: 173


Bowen, Abel, VI:112; VII:8i


Bowen, Harold G., papers, XVI:195; XIX:I80


BOWERS, DAVID F., "The Smith-Blair Correspondence, 1786-1791," IV:123-134


BOWERS, FREDSON, "The Two Issues of D'Urfey's Cynthia and Endymion, 1697," XIII:32-34


BOYD, JAMES, "Answer, Sky," VI;6i; "Away! Away!," VI:62-76


Boyd, James, "James Boyd" (Burt), VI:55-60; chairman of Committee on Southern History, Biblia, V, 2, [5]; a checklist on, VI:77-81; dedication of Chronicle to, VI:55; manuscript of, XIX:190; mentioned, II:134; XVI:159; V:128


BOYD, JULIAN P., "The Fugitives and the Archives of American Letters," III: 73-74; "The Princeton Archives of American Letters," II:133-136; "The Remarkable Adventures of Stephen Sayre," II:51-64


Boyd, Julian P., editor of The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, V:159; resignation as Librarian, Princeton University, XIV:37-38; mentioned, II:38; XIV:152; XVI:i63


"Boydell Shakspeare," I, 2:17-24


Braddon, Miss M. E. See Maxwell, Mary Elizabeth Braddon


Bradford, Mrs. Susan Boudinot, gift of books to Princeton Theological Seminary Library, XV:98; mentioned, V: 117


Bradford, William, I, 3:13


Bradford family Of New Jersey, papers, XIX: 173


Bradley, William Aspenwall, XIII:195


Bradshaw, George, II:134


Bradstreet, Anne, The Tenth Muse (London, 1650), VII:88


Brady, Mathew, photographs of the Civil War, XVIII:161


BRAGDON, HENRY W., "The Woodrow Wilson Collection," VII:7-18; mentioned, VII:40


Brandeis, Louis D., letters in Ray Stannard Baker papers, VII:14


Brant, Joseph, letter to Sainuel Miller, IV:69


Brant, Sebastian, Stultifera Navis (Basel, 1497), XI:34; "The Illustrations in the Griminger Edition of the Stultifera Navis, 1497" (Belz) , XXIII:16-23; "Sebastian Brant and the First Illustrated Edition of Vergil" (Rabb), XXI: 187-199


Brasher, Rex, Birds and Trees of North America, gift from Class of 1906, XIII:39-40


BRAYER, HERBERT O., "The Pliny Fisk Collection of Railroad and Corporation Finance," VI:171-178


Bred in the Bone (Princeton, 1945), anthology of undergraduate verse, ed. by Henry Fischer and Bruce Berland, VI:203


Breslauer, Martin, III:50


Bret, Gustave, founder of Societe, J. S. Bach, gift of concert progranis and Albert Schweitzer letter, XXI: 247251


Bridges, Robert (1858-1941), letters from Woodrow Wilson, III:151-153; VII:9; mentioned as "Droch," book reviewer for Life, VII:3-4; selected papers, XIX:188


Bridget, Saint, Orationes Sancte Brigette cum quindecem Collectae (Rome, Eucharius Silber, 1500), VII:87


Bright, John, letters, XIX:166


Bright, Mary Chavelita, correspondence, XIX: 169


BRINKLEY, ARTHUR S., "36 University Place," X:94-95


British Broadcasting Corporation, II: 92, 93, 94. 95, 96


Broadsides, aeronautical, X:57; Epistle to Mr. Dryden (Exeter, 1688), VII: 90; connected with election of rector at University Of Glasgow in 1858, XI:157-176; containing exchange of letters between Trustees of the College and Governor Belcher, XI:148-149; work on by the Reverend Jonathan Fisher, VI:161-162


Brome, Richard, The Antipodes (London, 1640), VII:48


Brookings Institute, Foreign Policy Conferences, papers relating to, XXI:180


Brooks, John, manuscript of, XIX:190


Brooks, John Nixon, gift, VII:120-121


Brooks, Van Wyck, VI:85


Broom-An International Magazine of the Arts (1921) , list of contributors, II:26; collection of Harold A. Loeb, XXI: 177


Bronte, Charlotte, in Parrish Collection, III:41-42; VIII:40


Bronte, Emily, in Parrish Collection, III:41-42


Brontes, in Parrish Collection, additions to, XVII:65, 71, 72, 73


Brougham, Henry Peter, VI:48


Brown, Charles Brockden, letters to Samuel Miller, IV:68


Brown, Dickson Queen, I, 1:33-34; gift of sketches, etchings, and illustrated books by Thomas Rowlandson, II:7; mentioned, XVI:159


Brown, Mrs. Eric, gift of Philip James Bailey material, V11:149


Brown, Ford Madox, letters to Lowes Dickinson, VI: 143


Brown, Frederick, XIV:118


Brown, Hiblot K. (Phiz), The Pickwich Papers, VIII:17; mentioned, IV: 58-59


Brown, John, "John Brown," autograph manuscript, 1859, by Victor Hugo, XIV:94-96


Brown, John Henry, manuscript volnine of extracts from Philip James Bailey's letters, IX:79-92


Brown, Mrs. Marshall Ltidington, gift of books and manuscripts from library of Cyrus H.. McCormick, X:2


Brown, Thomas Rudipose, "Letters of Stuart Merrill to Rudmose Brown" (Chinard), VIII:168-171


Browne, Sir Thomas, Hydriotaphia (London, 1658), with marginal corrections in author's hand, IX:100-101; "The Norfolk Pcrsuaders of Sir Thomas Browne; A Variant Copy of the 1712 Posthumous Works," (Finch) , XI:199-201


Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, and Dinah Maria Mulock Craik, XVI:153; letter from, VIII:16


Browning, Robert, Men and Women (Doves Press, 1908), V11:89; typefacsimilie reprint of Paitline (London, 1886) by Thomas J. Wise, VIII:90-91


Bruiie, Johan de, Emblemata of Zinnewerck (Amsterdam, 1624), XV:61


Bruno Giordano, De Umbis Idearum (Paris, 1582), VII:89


Brunschwig, Silvain S., donor of 15th MS calendar, XIII:164; gift of fifty illustrated books of 16th and 17th centuries, XVIII:77-83


Bry, Theodor de, Eniblemata Nobilitate (Frankfurt, 1593), XVIII:80


BRYAN, MINA R., "The Beginnings of the Civil War," XXII:141-145; "Incunabula," VI:85-86; "Jefferson's Notes on Virginia in the Princeton Library," XI:202-205; "Report of the Committee of Revisors," XVI:99-100; "The Scheide Library," XXI: 165-167; "Thomas Jefferson Through the Eyes of His Contemporaries," IX:219-224


Bryan, Mina R., managing editor of Princeton University Library Chronicle, XXIV:68


BRYANT, WILLIAM CULLEN, "The Princeton Library," XXIV:178-182


Buchanan, James, VIII:74, 77, 78, 83


Buchanan, John G., gifts to Library, VI:147; XVI:153; XV11:270


Buddhist literature in Gest Oriental Library, XV:138


Buddhist Tripitaka of 1231-1322, original Chi Sha edition, XV:131-134; XX:118-122


Bude, Guillaume, De Asse et Partibus eius ([Venice] Aldus, 1522), VIIT: 144-145; "An Old Master Restored: The Homeric Commentary of Guillamne Bude at Princeton" (Hanford), XVIII:1-10


BUFFUM, IMBRIF, "The LeBrun Collection of Montaigne," I, 2:11-16


BUHLER, CURT F., "The Incunabula of the Grenville Kane Collection," XI: 26-36


Bullard, Arthur, collection of photographs of 1905 revolution in Russia, V:114; papers, XIX:181


Biilletin of the New York Public Library, check list of Winslow Homer magazine illustrations, October, 1936, I, 1:15


Bulwer-Lytton. See Lytton


Bunn, B. Franklin, purchased painting of the Battle of Princeton, XIII: 174


Btirgess, Gelett, "The Purple Cow," II:25; editor of The Lark, II:25


Burgess, William, papers, XIX:181


Burnaby, Arthur, Travels through the Middle Settlements in North America (London, 1775), XVI:28-29


Burney, Edward, "Blake, Milton and Edward Burney" (Peckham), XI: 107-126


Burns, John, English socialist, books from his library, VII:89


Burns, Robert, Poems, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect (Kilmarnock, 1786), X: 142


Burr, Aaron (1715-1757), letters from Jonathan Edwards, XV:80-85; letters to Rev. Thomas Foxcroft, XIV:204; preached sermon at Governor Belcher's funeral, XIV:175; views on lottery for College of New Jersey, XV: 20, 25-28, 30-32; mentioned, XV:69


Burr, Aaron (1756-1896), "The Benedict Portrait of Col. Aaron Burr" (Collins), Biblia, V, 1 [6-7]; the Fuller collection, XVIII:223-224; manuscripts of, XIX:173; mentioned, IV: 72; V:160; XVII:205-206


Burroiigh, Marmaduke, letterbooks and papers, XIX:177


Btirrus, Milanus, The Kane Siietonius signed by, XIX:34


Burt, Katharine Newlin, manuscripts, XIX:186


BURT, NATHANIEL, "Chauvinism, Princeton and Genteel Poetry, or: Thoughts Occasioned by Writing a Paper on Henry van Dyke for a Volume on Poets of New Jersey, Celebrating the 300th Anniversary of that State," XXV:179-183; "Struthers Burt '04: The Literary Career of a Princetonian," XIX:109-122


Burt, Nathanial, manuscripts, XIX:186


BURT, STRUTHERS, "James Boyd," VI: 56-60


Burt Struthers, "A Check list of the Writings of "Struthers Burt '04" (Wainwright) , XIX: 123-148; "Struthers Burt '04: The Literary Career of a Princetonian (Burt) , XIX:109-122; gift of manuscript of Powder River, II:136; manuscripts, XIX: 186; additions to manuscripts, XXI: 181; member of Committee of the Princeton Archives of Ainerican Letters, II:134; papers presented by NITS. Struthers Burt and Nathaniel Burt, XVIII:169


Bury, Richard de, Philobiblon (Paris, 1500), I, 1:133-137; "Salutem ad Ricardurn Dmunelensis Episcopum, Philobiblon Auctoi-eiii" (Savage), VI: 133-137


BUSCHKE, ALBRECHT, "Chess Libraries in America," II: 147 -152; "The Spackman Collection of Chess Books," XIX:62-64


BUSH, ALFRED L., "Chastellux's Travels in North America," XXV:156-150; "The Continental Congress at Princeton," XXIV:73-74; "Papers Of William Pinkney," XXII: 184-187; "Princeton Mountaineers," XXV:227228; "Tallmadge Papers," XXIV:196-201


Butter, Arthur W., gift of library of William Allen Butler, XI:49


Butler, Benjamin Franklin, papers and correspondence, XIX: 177


Butler, Cyrus, letter from John Miller on a proposed "University of Discoverers," VIII:136


Butler, Howard Crosby, excavations at Antioch, I 3:1; in charge of American Archaeological Expedition to Syria, 1899-1900, XIX:97; on use of Marquand Library, I, 1:11; mentioned, VIII:158


Butler, Nicholas Murray, Across the Busy Years (New York, 1939-40), II: 39; mentioned, II:82


Butler, William Allen, "The Library Of William Allen Butler" (Savage), XI:49-51; papers, XIX:177


BUTOW, ROBERT J. C. "IMTFE: Tokyo Trial Holdings," XVIII:33-36


BUTTERFIELD, LYMAN H., "Annis and the General: Mrs. Stockton's Poetic Eulogies of George Washington," VII:19-39; "Love and Valor: Or Benjamin Rush and the Leslics of Edinburgh," IX: 1-12; "Morven: A Colonial Outpost of Sensibility with Some Hitherto Unpublished Poems by Annis Boudinot Stockton," VI:1-15; "News of the Battle of Trenton," IX:166-167


Byrd, William, book from library of, XX: 114-115


BYRNE, JANET S., "An American Pioneer Amateur," I, 1:153-170



Cahn, Julius, Official Theatrical Guide, XXV:214


Calligraphy, early American, XII:158-159


Callot, Jacques IV:55, 56, 57; XXIV: 70


Calder, Ellen M., letters to Edward Carpenter about Walt Whitman, III: 15-17


Calendar, 15th cent., XIII:164-165


Caltagirone, Dr. Joseph V., XIX:97


Calvert, George H., impressions of Goethe, VII: 119


Cameron, Henry Clay, VIII:68, 69, 71, 72, 83, 84; XIV:110


Cameron, Julia Margaret, Victorian Photographs of Famous Men and Fair Women (London, 1926), XVIII: 168; work of, XVIII:161


CAMERON, W. J., "The Princeton Copies of Poems on Affairs of State, Vol. II, 1703," XXIV:121-127


Campbell, Mrs. Patrick, prompt-copy of Deirdre with annotations by Yeats and Mrs. Campbell, VI:44; a Yeats typescript, The Player Queen, from her library, VII:51


Campbell, Thomas, manuscript of unpublished poem, III:31


Cantica Canticorum et Apocalipsim cum Marginali Gloza in Uno Volumine (Romanesque MS., 12th century), IX:64-66


Canu, Jean Dominique, VI:163


Carey, Henry C., XII:216-217


Carey, Mathew, General Atlas (Philadelphia, 1814), XII:222; mentioned XII:216


Caritat, Hocquet, XIV:57


CARLSON, ERIC W., "Benedict Thielen: An Introduction and a Check list," XIII: 143-155


Carlyle, Thoinas, comments on jean Paul Richter, V:5; loss of a manuscript, I, 3:27; visit to Lamb at Enfield, VI:185-186


Carnahan, James, on building committee for Nassau Hall after fire of 1855, XIV:112; mentioned, VIII:71


Carpenter, Edward, letters on Walt Whitman, III:10-17


Carroll, Lewis. See Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge


Carson, B. Burnett, gift of the "Boydell Shakspeare," I, 2:17


Carter, Ernest T., "The Steps Song," I, 4:5; letter of, V:37


CARTER, HODDING, "Faulkner and His Folk," XVIII:95-107


CARTER, JOHN, "The Library at Dormy House," VIII:6-14


Carter, John, arranged exhibit of Nlictorian fiction, VIII:141-142; remarks on Morris L. Parrish's catalogues, VIII:49


Carter, Robert, donor to Princeton Theological Seminary Library, XV: 97


Carteret, Philip, letters, XIII:41-42


Cartography, in Kane Collection, XI:46. See also Maps


Carton, Laurence Roberts, "The Hunting Library of Laurence Roberts Carton" (Dix), XV:43-45; XVII:99; gifts: Pope's An Essay on Criticism (London, 1711), XVI:152; Rochester's Poems on Several Occasions (Antwerp, 1680) , XII:42; IX:100


Carton, Mrs. Laurence R., contributor to room for sporting books, XVII: 99; gift to library, XI:54


Cary, W. M., Vl:126


Casas, Bartolome de las, "Las Casas Tracts" (Seville, 1552-53), XI:10


Cass, Charles A., bequest, XX:160


Cassatt, Mary, XVII:231


Castiglione, Baldassare, The Courtier . . . done into English by Thomas Hobby (London, 1588), VII:48


Castiglione, Bonaventura, Galloruin Insubrum Antiquae sedes (Mediolani, 1550) , VIII: 145


Catesby, Mark XII:220-221


Cather, Willa, works of, IX:40


Catherine, Saint, of Siena, XIII:37-38


Catherine II of Russia, II:62


Catlin, George, XVII:217, 224


Cats, Jacob, Silenus Alcibiadis (Amsterdam, 1619) , XVIII:82


Cecil, Lord David, delivery of the Clark Lectures at Trinity College, Cambridge, VIII:24


Ceracchi, Giuseppe, "Ceracchi and Madison, an Addendum" (Rice), XXIV:190; "Ceracchi's Medallion Portrait of James Madison" (Desportes) , XXIV: 108-120


Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de, 400th anniversary of birth (exhibit) , VIII: 187; Spanish and English editions of Don Quixote, VIII:93-94, 98-99


Chalkhill, John, Thealina and Clearchus (London, 1683), VII:49


Chapman, George, The Whole Works of Homer ... (London [1616]), IX: 43


Chancellor Green Library, designed by William Appleton Potter, XXV:206; opened in 1873, II:107; XXIV:179182


The Chap-Book, II:23-24


Chapman, John G., VI:114; XX:19


Chambers, David L., member of Committee of the Princeton Archives of American Letters, II:134


Chase, Mary Ellen, Goodly Heritage (New York, 1932), VI:153; mentioned, VIII:27


Chase, Salmon P., letter from R. W. Emerson, VII:100-117


Chastellux, Francois jean, marquis de, Travels in North America in the Years 1780, 1781 and 1782 (Chapel Hill, 1963) new edition with introduction and notes by Howard C. Rice, Jr., XXV:156-159


Chatham, William Pitt, II:52, 56


Chaucer, Geoffrey, The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer (Hammersmith, 1896), published by William Morris at the Kelmscott Press, XIII:215-216


Chauncey, Nathaniel, letter to Governor Jonathan Belcher, VI:203


Cheng, Wen-chuang, paintings by, XXIII:73-74


Chess, "Chess Libraries in America" (Buschke), II:147-152; "The Spackman Collection of Chess Books" (Buschke) , XIX:62-64; activities in New Jersey, II:152; collection of John G. White, II:148-149


Ch'ien, Ch'ien-i, XV:128


Ch'ien-lung, Manchu emperor, XV: 128, 139-141, 181, 185, 192


China, "A. E. van Braarn Houckgeest, The First American at the Court of China" (Loehr), XV:179-193; "A Chinese Cribbing Garment" (Tung), XX:175-181; "The Gest Oriental Library at Princeton University" (Hu Shih) , XV:113-141; art, books on, Biblia, II, 1 [9]; book printing, history of, XV:116-141; coins and oracle bones, Biblia, VI, 1 [1-2]; Diamond Sutra, XV:122-123; (exhibit) Flower and Bird Paintings, XXIII: 73-74; (exhibit) Eleven centuries of Chinese Printing, XIII:204-205; (exhibit) East and West, Europe's discovery of China and China's response to Europe, 1500-1839; XVIII:71-74; The Gest Oriental Library at Princeton, Biblia, VIII, 1 [1-3]; Jesuits and the "rites controversy," XIX: 205-209; manuscripts, XIX:164; paper manufacture, III:60


CHINARD, GILBERT, "Alexandre Berthier's 'Voyage en Prusse,'" V:92-103; "The Berthier Manuscripts," I, 1:38; "A Landmark in American Intellectual History: Samuel Miller's A Brief Retrospect of the Eighteenth Century," XIV:55-71; "Letters of Stuart Merrill to Ruchnose Brown," VIII: 168-171


Chivers, Thomas Holley, "The Astonishing Chivers: Poet for Plagiarists" (Scott) , V:150-153


Choice Emblems, published by Samuel Wood (New York, 1815), VII:80-81


Choir Book, illuminated, early 16th century, gift of Dr. Otto H. F. Vollbehr, Biblia, I, 1 [4-5]


Choules, J. O., XVII:222


Chretien, Gilles-Louis, XIII:24


CHRISTENSEN, GLENN J., "The Thomas Hardy Collection," VIII:24-27


The Christian Pilgrim (Worcester, 1798), VII:80


Christie, Jonathan H., "A Literary Duel" (Patmore), XVI:10-16


Christmas booklet, IV:99


Christmas books, from library of A. Edward Newton, VII:162


Churchill, Winston, comments to Woodrow Wilson on withdrawal of allied troops from Russia, 1919, VII: 13


Circus, in Princeton 1851, VI:142; The McCaddon collection of material on, II:145


Civil Service Reform Association, papers, XIX: 177


Civil War, "The Pierson Civil War Collection" (Joline) , II:105-110; documents relating to, XXII:141-145; letters of the period, XIX:178


CLARK, ALEXANDER P., "The Andre de Coppet Collection of American Historical Manuscripts: A Catalogue of an Exhibition," XVI:166-181; "Letters to Theodore Spicer-Simson," XXIII:33-35; "The Manuscript Collections of the Princeton University Library," XIX:159-190; "The Papers of Julian Street," XXIII:28-32; "The Woodrow Wilson Collection: A Survey of Additions since 1945," XVII: 173-182; comp., "Moby-Dick," catalogue of exhibition, XIII:61-1l8; "Woodrow Wilson," catalogue of exhibition, XVII:113-162


Clarke, Thomas, house of, in Princeton, N.J., XIII:178-181; XIV:41-43


CLAYTOR, GERTRUDE, "Edgar Lee Masters in the Chelsea Years," XIV:1-29


Claytor, Gertrude, collection of manuscripts of Edgar Lee Masters, XIX: 188; additions to Edgar Lee Masters collection, XXI:181


CLELAND, ROBERT GLASS, "The Writings of Philip Ashton Rollins," IX:205-210


Clemens, Samuel L., "Mark Twain's 1601" (Kohn), XVIII:49-54; collection belonging to Thomas L. Leeming presented by Mrs. Thomas L. Leeming, XII:217-218; at Alexander Hall, XXV:125-128


Cleveland, Grover, letter, IV:138; mentioned, VIII:161


Climacus, John, "The Heavenly Ladder," 11th century manuscript of, III:134-135; XXI, 238


Clio Hall, executed by Steadiiian, XXV: 202


The Cliosophic Society, XI:51-63


Close, Gilbert, shorthand notebooks, XVII: 178


Cobbett, Williaiii, V:91


Cobden-Sanderson, Thomas James, Doves Press, VI:208; mentioned, XVI: 33


Cockerell, Douglas, VI:86; XVI:33


Cody, Colonel William, "From Bill Cody to Bill Faulkner" (Coindreau), XVII:185-190


COFFIN, DAVID R., "Theater Drawings," XVIII:194-201


Coffin, Frederick M., VI:120-121


Cogswell, Joseph Green, impressions of Goethe, VIII:117


Cohn, Saul, gift of pirated 1759 edition of Candide, XI:210


COINDREAU, MAURICE, "Charles Godfrey Leland-Rabelaisian," I, 4:16-26; "From Bill Cody to Bill Faulkner," XVII: 185-190; "On Translating Faulkner," XVIII:108-113


Coins. See Numismatics


COLBURN, WII.I.IAM E., "The Vizetelly Extracts," XXIII:54-59


Coleridge, Saniiiel Taylor, The Plot Discovered (Bristol, 1795), VI:147; "The Infinite Sea: The Development and Decline of Wordsworth and Coleridge; an Account of Professor Harper's Unfinished Book" (Baker), XI:62-75; "Some Coleridge Notes on Richter and Reimarus" (Brinkley), V:1-13; "Charles Lamb's copy of The History of Philip de Commines with Autograph Notes by Lamb and Coleridge" (Finch) IX:30-37; exhibition in honor of centenary Of death, Biblia, VI, 1 [3-4]


COLEMAN, EARLE E., "Emily Dickinson," XXV:230; "Princeton Printing before Conkwright," XXIV:141-14,1; "Recent Acquisitions, Books," XXV:160-172


Coles, Edward, papers, XX:204-205; XXI:180


College of New Jersey. See Princeton University


Collet, John, works copied by Jonathan Fisher, VI:167


COLLINS, CARVEL, "The Pairing of The Sound and the Fury and As I Lay Dying," XVIII:114-123


Collins, Miss Dorothea, librarian in charge of the Pliny Fisk Collection, VI: 177


COLLINS, ROWLAND L., "'Tennvson's Original Issue of Poenis, Reviews, etc., 1842-1886', a compilation by Henry van Dyke," XXIV:39-50


Collins, Stephen, donor to Princeton Theological Seminary Library, XV: 97


COLLINS, VARNUM LANSING, "The Benedict Portrait of Colonel Aaron Burr," Biblia, V, 1 [6-7]; "The Lost Portrait of George the Second," Biblia, V, 1 [9-12]


Collins, Varnum Lansing, Life of President Witherspoon, V:36; reference librarian of Princeton University Library, VIII:156-157; Secretary of the University, manuscripts and notes on Princeton administrations, XVII:179; unfinished biography and notes on Stephen Sayre, II:78


Collins, Wilkie, "The Wilkie Collins Collection" (Ashley), XVII:8i-84; acquisition of material on, VIII:95; in Parrish Collection, III:38; VIII: 145; XVII:62; XXI:181; manuscripts, XXIII:85; manuscript of novel Poor Miss Finch, XV:164-165; his copy of Miss Gwilt, XI:212


Colonna, Francesco, Hypnerotomachia Poliphili (Venice, 1499), XI:33


The Colophon, archives, XVI: 194; XIX:185; iiientioned, II:29, 33; IX: 13, 15


The Colophon Club, activities, XV:2og2io; reorganization, XIV:i98; mentioned, XI:99; XVI:183


Colt, Elisha and Peter, papers, XIX: 176


Coliimbia University, celebration of the 100th anniversary of Lewis Carroll's birth, III:37


Columbus, Christopher, material on, in Kane Collection, XI:6-8


Combe, William, collaboration with Thomas Rowlandson, II:17-18


Coniestor, Petrus, Historia Scholastica (Cologne, 1479), X:142-143


Coinines, Philip de, "Charles Lamb's copy of The History of Philip de Commines with Autograph Notes by Lamb and Coleridge" (Finch), IX: 30-37


COMMINS, SAXE, "Confessions of a Ghost," XXII:26-35


Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies, files, XXI:179


Conklin, Edwin Grant, correspondence with Woodrow Wilson, XVII:176-177; life mask, XIV:154; papers, XIX:179


Conkwright, Pleasant Jefferson, "P. J. Conkwright, Typographer: Twenty-Five Years of Craft and Art" (exhibit), XXIV:140-141; designed Library's edition of Trollope's Did He Steal It?, XIV:41; designed The Rittenhouse Orrery, XV:207; exhibit of material designed by, X:197; mentioned, IX: 13


CONNETT, EUGENE V., 3RD, "Some Random Notes on the Derrydale Press," XVIII: 11-14


Connett, Eugene V., 3rd, the sporting books of, XVII:99


Conrad, Joseph, collaboration with Ford Madox Ford, IX:121; collection of Edward Naumburg, Jr., III:2; in Doubleday Collection, XXIV:195-196; letters from Ford Madox Ford, IX:112; mentioned XI:134-136


Conrow, Wilford S., gift of Langlotz Collection, 1, 4:1-5; painted portrait of Charles Scribner, 1, 4:5; painted portrait of Karl Langlotz, 1, 4:5; published Old Nassau, I, 4:4


Constantinople, Konstantinopel unter Sultan Suleiman dem Grossen (Munich, 1902), edited, and with a commentary, by Eugen Oberhummet, XXII:92-95


Cook, Eugene Beauharnais, gift of books and paraphernalia pertaining to the game and history of chess, II:147; published American Chess Nuts, with Gilberg and W. A. Henry, II: 148


Cook, William, VII:82; XX:15


COOKE, JAY, "Robert Cresswell, '19, 1897-1943," written with Mary Lyon, VII:95-99


Cooley, Eli F., on building committee for Nassau Hall after fire of 1855, XIV:112; papers, XIX:182


Cooper, James Fenimore, books, VI: 207; additions to collection, VI:9293; mentioned, XVII:210-211


Cosway, Maria, discovery of Jefferson's first letter to, XII:25; portraits of, XII:32


Cotton, John, "An Early American Book Label" (Thomas), XXII:36-37


Cotton, Scaborn, book belonging to, XXII: 145-147


Couch, Jonathan, "Jonathan Couch and His Manuscript History of Cornish Fishes" (Savage) , XX: 103 -110


Council of Books in Wartime (ca. 1942-1945) , correspondence and business files, XIX:190


Coverdale, Miles, centenary, Biblia, VII, 1 [7-8]; translation of Bible, XXIV:161


Cowper, William, The Cast-Away, text of the manuscript published by Princeton University Library, XXV: 117; "Blake's Drawing of Cowper's Monument" (Ryskamp), XXIV:27-31; "Lawrence's Portrait of Cowper" (Ryskamp), XX:140-144; "William Cowper and His Circle: A Study Of the Hannay Collection" (Ryskamp), XXIV:3-26


COXE, LOUIS, "Keys," XXV:10


Coxe, Louis, "Louis Coxe" (Johnson), XXV:11-16; "A Check list of the Writings of Louis Coxe," XXV:16-20; manuscript, XIX:190


Cozens, W. R., Chemical Properties of Atmospheric Air (Philadelphia, 1791), VII:121


Cozzens, James GOuld, "A Reading Of the James Gould Cozzens marmscripts" (Ludwig), XIX:1-14; additions to papers, XXI:181


Craig, Thomas, letters addressed to, XVI: 195


Craik, Dinah Maria Mulock, and Mrs. Browning, XVI: 153; in Morris L. Parrish Collection, VIII:11; additions to Parrish Collection, XVII:63, 72, 74


Craik, James, attended General Mercer after Battle of Princeton, VIII:61


Crane, Hart, letter to Allen Tate, III: 80


CRAVEN, WESLEY FRANK, "The Foxcroft Papers," XIV:203-205


Crawford, F. Marion, lecttired in Princeton, VII:4; manuscripts of his novels, XIX:184


Crawford, Thomas H., class of 1804, diary, XVIII:169


Cresswell, Robert, an appreciation by Mary Lyon and Jay Cooke, VII:95-99; mentioned, II:27; XVI:162


Crevecoeur, St. John, Lettres d'un Cidtivateur Americain (Paris, 1784), IX:99


Crockett, Colonel David, Col. Crockett's Exploits and Adventures in Texas ... (London, 1837), VI:148


Croker, T. Crofton, papers relating to, XIX:167


Crooiiie, William, VI:113-114; VII:81


Cruikshank, George, "Cruikshank's Literary Background" (Gerould) , IV: 62-64; "George Cruikshank, Artist" (Mather), IV:53-61; "A Statistical Survey- of the Meirs Cruikshank Collection" (Mather) . IV:50-52; additions, to collection, XII:41-42; XIV: 103-104; collection of autograph letters acquired, VIII:95; exhibit, XI: 99; manuscript pieces by or relating to, XIX:167


Cunningham, Francis, friend of Charles Hodge, VIII:110, 112, 115-116


Cunningham, Peter, thirteen letters from Charles Dickens to Cunningham, IX: 173


CURRIE, BARTON, "An Editor in Pursuit of Booth Tarkington," XVI:80-88


Currie, Barton, correspondence with Booth Tarkington, XX:161-162


Currier, Nathaniel, I, 4:12


Curry, Walter Clyde, III:75, 77, 81


Cushing, Otho, collection of cartoons, VII:11


Curtis, William Eleroy, collection of clippings and correspondence, XIX: 184



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