The Princeton University Library Chronicle

Index, Volumes I - XXV, 1939 - 1964

Biblia, Volumes I - X, 1930 - 1938



Nahl, Charles Christian, VI: 126; XX: 16


NAIL, REILLY, " 36 University Place," X:196-197


Nanteuil, Robert, XXI:170-171


Napoleon, Pages De L'Epoee Imperiale (Tours, 1952), XIV:208-209; books from library of, III:50-51; death mask, XIV:154; letters in the library, III:49; letter to General Loison, V:21; remarks on Berthier, V: 94; use of Eugene Beauharnais, III: 46; mentioned, IV:9; XVII:205


Nash, John, XIV:131


Nassau Hall, "John Notman's Nassau Hall" (Smith), XIV:109-134; activities in, 1799-1801, IX:50; copperplate engraving, VI:157; cornerstone laid, XXV:189; exhibit to commemorate the bicentennial, XVIII:22; fire in,


I, 4:10-11; fire blamed on student body, IX:61; identified on map by Berthier, I, 1:5; naming of, XI:149; painting by Jonathan Fisher from engraving by Henry Dawkins, VI: 153, 157-159; sketch by Charles Godfrey Leland, I, 4:19; theft of bell clapper, VI:49; woodcut used on cover of the Chronicle, V:81; description of in 1758, III:69


Nassau Literary Magazine, I, 4:2; V: 41-50; VI:142; VII:1


Nassau Monthly, I, 4:21


Nast, Thomas, VI:123


The National Gazette, II:65


NAUMBURG, EDWARD, JR., "A Catalogue of a Ford Madox Ford Collection," IX:134-165; "A Collector Looks at Ford Madox Ford," IX:105-118; "A Collector Looks at Walt Whitman," III:1-18; "Elmer Adler: A Memorial Exhibition," XXIV:211-213; "The Princeton Library in New York," XXIV:188-190


Naumburg, Edward, Jr., arranged Whitman exhibit, III:i; Chairman, committee on collectors and collecting of the Friends of the Princeton Library, XIV:196-197; gift to the Library, VII:163; mentioned, XVI: 164


Navigation, books on, in Kane Collection, XI:10-13


Nazis, domination of the press in France, II:97-104


Nelson, Thomas, Jr., letter to Thomas Jefferson, IX:166-167


The New Deal, "The Passing of the Old Economist" (Fetter), IV:65-67


New Jersey, account of Revolutionary War activities in Bordentown, IV: 113-122; boundary disputes, documents relating to, VIII:144; XIX: 183; collection of 18th- and 19th-century American autographs relating principally to New Jersey, XVIII:36-37; document of 1749 relating to Province of New Jersey, X: 54; Field family of New Jersey, IV: I: 13-122; manuscripts relating to, XIX:182-183; Pierson family of New Jersey, XIX:183. See also Maps, Morven, Princeton, N. J., Princeton, Battle of, Princeton University, Rockingham


New York City, books on social life of, in 19th century, Biblia,VIII:1 [13]


New-York Historical Society, XIV:58


New York Tribune, volumes for Civil War years, III:51


Newman, John Henry, Cardinal, VIII: 19


Newton, A. Edward, the Adain-Newton copy of Johnson's Dictionary, IX: 168; books from library of, VII:161-162; disbelief in authenticity of letter by Oscar Wilde, VIII:91; mentioned, II: 112


NEWTON, CAROLINE, "Thomas Mann and Sigmund Freud," XXIV:135-139


Newton, John, XXIV:5-6


Newton, Swift, VII:161


NISBET, ADA B., "Dickens Loses an Election," XI:157-176


Nisbet, Charles, "Charles Nisbet and Samuel Stanhope Smith-Two Eighteenth Century Educators" (Kraus) , VI:17,16; library of, given to Princeton Theological Seminary Library, XV:98; mentioned, IX:11


NOLAN, J. BENNETT, intro. to "Other Times, Other Manners; A Princeton Valedictory of 1789," XVI:17-22


NOLL, BINK, "At Ravenna," XXV:106


Noll, Bink, "A Check list of the Writings of Bink Noll," XXV:114-115; "The Poetry of Bink Noll" (Towers), XXV:107-114


NORDELL, PHILIP G., "Lotteries in Princeton's History," XV:16-37


Norris, Frank C., manuscript, XIX:190


North, William, "William North and the Blond Poetess" (Hamilton), XXIII:41-53


Northwest Passage explorations, XIX: 15-33


Notman, John, "John Notman, Architect" (Dallett) , XX:127-139; "John Notman's Nassau Hall" (Smith)


XIV:109-134; mentioned, XXV:205


Numismatics, "American Paper Money" (West), XXI:243-244; "The Numismatics Collection" (West) , XX:16o; "United States Coins in the Princeton University Coin Collection" (Hall) , VI: 138-140; additions to coin collection, XXI:252; Chinese coins, Biblia, VI, I [1]; Massachusetts Oaktree and Pine-tree coinage, VI:139; purchase of Roman coins, XI:213; Siamese coins, Biblia, VIII, 1 [10-11]; mentioned, V:162


Nuremberg Chronicle. See Anton Koberger


Nuttall, Thomas, Manual of the Ornithology of the United States and Canada (Cambridge 1832-34), V:132



OAKE, ROGER B., "An Edition of Voltaire's Siecle de Louis XIV," IV:135-136


O'CONNELL, J. HARLIN, "A Collector Looks at the Nineties," II:121-132; "The U.S.S. Princeton," I, 4:12-15


O'Connell, J. Harlin, "The J. Harlin O'Connell Collection" (Taylor) , XIX:149-152; collection of books and manuscripts of English authors of the 1890's, XIX:168; gifts: additions to the Davidson and Symons collections, XV:216-217; letters and cards written by Arthur Symons, XII:93; mentioned, XIII:135; XVI:159


O'Connor, Robert B., architect for Firestone Memorial Library, X:152; gift of letters of Woodrow Wilson relating to construction of Patton Hall and proposed Graduate College, IX:94


O'Connor, Mrs. William D., see Calder, Ellen M.


Odell, Jonathan, IV:119


O'Hara, John, manuscript, XIX:190


"Old Nassau," I, 4:1-5


Olden, Charles Sinith, XIV:122


One hundred great English books, Biblia, VII 1 [15-20]; VI:146-147; VIII:51-52; X:139-141; XVI:152-153, 162; XVII:270


"One Hundred Notable American Books," with introduction by Willard Thorp, XIX:87-91


O'Neill, Eugene, collection, XIX:189; "Eleven Manuscripts of Eugene O'Neill" (McAneny), IV:86-89; mentioned, VII:124


Oranien-Nassau documents, XIX:170


Orchids, collection of books on, XX: 122-123


Osborne, Mrs. Abeel, deposited books owned by Melville, III:156


Osborne, Adlai, early student notebook, XXII:45-46


OSGOOD, CHARLES GROSVENOR, "An American Boswell," V:85-91; "The House of Sapience," X:161-168; "Lady Phillipina. Knight and Her Boswell," IV:37-49


Osgood, Charles Grosvenor, gift of his copy of the Doves Press English Bible, VI:207; mentioned, II:112


Osgood, Irene. See Sherard, Mrs. Robert Harborough


Ottoman Empire, "Early European Books on the Ottoman Einpire" (Sugar), XX:198-201


Ouida. See De la Ramee, Marie Louise


Overton, Robert, "Robert Overton (1609-1688?) Friend of Milton" (Kelley) , IV:76-78


Owen, Joannis, Epigrammatum Libri Tres (London, 1612), VI:90



Pacher, Michael, VIII:64


Paine, Thomas, II:44; VIII:143; XVII: 201


Palmer, Edgar, collection of his United States stamps gift of Mrs. Palmer, IX:233


PALMER, R. R., "The Beauharnais Archives," III:45-51; "Pages de 1'Epopee Imperiale," XIV:208-209


Parmartz, Arnold, XI:28; XVII:107


PANOFSKY, ERWIN, "A Consecration Tablet of the Fifteenth Century," VIII: 63-66


Panofsky, Erwin, comment on alleged Oscar Wilde letter, VIII:191; identification of Book of Hours in the Bibliotheqtie de l'Arsenal, III:128; on Dilrer, XXIII:76


Papal letters, V:104-105


Paper collection, additions to, 51


Paper manufacture, "An Old Story Told Again" (Thompson), III:56-63


Papyrus, "The Papyri" (Johnson) , III: 140-144


PARKER, WILLIAM R., "Above All Liberties: John Milton's Relations with His Earliest Publishers," II:41-50


Parr, Mrs. Grace (Peale) , letter from Mary Peale Field, IV:115-122


Parrish, Ethel, VIII:15


PARRISH, MORRIS L., "Adventures in Reading and Collecting Victorian Fiction," III:33-44


Parrish, Morris L., "An English Memory" (Sadleir), VIII:2-5; "The Library at DOrmy House" (Carter) , VIII:6-14; "Morris L. Parrish and the Dormy House Library" (Parrott) , VIII:15-17; "M. L. Parrish and William Makepeace Thackeray" (Metzdorf), XVII:68-70; "Some Observations Upon the Morris L. Parrish Collection of Victorian Literature, Its Rarer Books, Usefulness, etc." (Randall), VIII:38-50; "The Morris L. Parrish Collection of Victorian Novelists; A Summary Report and Introduction" (Wainwright) , XVII:59-67; acquisition of mathematical papers of C. L. Dodgson, XVI:2-3; awarded degree of Master of Arts, honoris causa by Princeton, VIII:I; Parrish Collection and additions to, VIII:1-50, 95; XVI:37-39; XIX:i66; XX:2o6-207; XXIII:32-33; Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles, XIX:69-81; Trollope Collection On exhibition' Biblia, IV, 1 [5-6]; mentioned, X:187; XVI:159; V:172


Parrot, Raymond T., gift of collection of Thomas Bailey Aldrich, XV:50


PARROT, THOMAS M., "The Henry N. Paul Shakespeare Collection," VI: 84-85; "Morris L. Parrish and the Dormy House Library," VIII:I5-I7; "William Munford Baker: Forgotten Princetonian," X:61-80


Parrott, Thomas M., exhibit on career as teacher and scholar, XVIII:74; papers, XIX:189; mentioned, I, 1:37


Paterson, Stephen Van Rensselaer, papers, XIX:183


Paterson, William, papers, XIX:183


Paterson, William Bell, papers, XIX: 183


Patmore, Coventry, "Coventry Patmore" (Martin), XIV:47-49; "Coventry Patmore," Biblia, VIII, 1 [13-14]; papers, XIX:168


PATMORE, DEREK, "A Literary Duel," XVI:10-16


Patmore, Peter George, "A Literary Duel" (Patniore), XVI10-16


PATRICK, J. MAX, "John Peale Bishop: A Check list," compiled with Robert Wooster Stallman, VII:62-79


PATTERSON, AUSTIN M., "Recollections of Ridgely Torrence," XII:118-120


Patterson, Charles E., Obituary, Biblia, IV, 1 [12]


Patterson, Robert, Horace Collection, X:187


PATTERSON, STEPHEN H., JR., "36 University Place," IX:224-225


Paul, Henry N., "The Henry N. Paul Shakespeare Collection" (Parrott) , VI:84-85; "The Shakespearean Library of Henry N. Paul" (Savage), XVII:49-50; papers, XIX:189; gift of two voltimes from library of Thomas Jefferson, VI:83; mentioned, XVI:161


Payne, Francis H., gifts to collection of Victorian poets, Biblia, VI, 2 [16]; Biblia, VIII, 1 [6]; Vl:129, 147


The "Peace-maker," I, 4:12-13


Peale, Charles Willson, "General Mercer at the Battle of Princeton as Painted by James Peale, Charles Willson Peale, and William Mercer" (Egbert) , XIII:171-194; cominissioned to make portrait of George Washington, VIII:59; portrait of Washington hung in Nassau Hall, VIII:57-62; mentioned, XIV:130


Peale, James, XIII:171-194


Pearce, Katharine S., retirement of, XXII: 178


Peck, George Mann, "A Short Memoir of George Mann Peck" (Baker) , XIV:38-41


Peck, Harlan Page, I, 4:2


Peckham, John F., XVI:183


PECKHAM, MORSE, "American Editions of Festus: A Preliminary Survey," VIII:177-184; "A Bailey Collection," VII:149-154; "Blake, Milton and Edward Burney," XI:107-126; ed., "Selections from the Letters of Philip James Bailey," IX:79-92


Peirce, Caleb C., music library of, Biblia, X, 1 [4]


Pemberton, Ebenezer, XV:20


Penn, William, religious tracts, exhibition of, VI:49


Pennington, Penelope, "Friend to Mrs. Piozzi: Penelope Pennington in Miniature" (Thorpe), XXI:105-110; gift of Pennington material by Robert F. Metzdorf, XXI:106


Pennsylvania Evening Post, V:161


Pennsylvania German imprints, XX:30


PENROSE, BOIES, "The Grenville Kane Americana," XI:4-25


Perkins, Maxwell, member of COmmittee of the Princeton Archives of American Letters, II:135


Perry, Bliss, evaluation of Woodrow Wilson as a writer, XVII:165; member of Committee of the Princeton Archives of American Letters, II: 135; XXII:115


Persia, exhibit of Persian literature, A.D. 1000-1500, XI:99


Persian miniatures, "The Persian and Indo-Persian Miniatures" in Garrett Collection (Wilson), III:136-139; XXIV:72-73


PERSONS, STOW, "The First Decade of Federal Politics," VII:120-121


Peru, entertainment handbills from Cuzco, VII:161


Peruzzi, Baldassare, XVIII:197


Peterkin, Joshua, VIII:71


Peters, John, VI:158-159


PETERSSON, TORSTEN, "An Exhibition of Horace," Biblia, VII, 1 [4-7]


Il Petrarcha Spirituale [Giralamo Malipiero] (Venice, 1536), VIII:145


Pfeiffer, Timothy N., gift of travel literature, XIX:58-60; mentioned, XIX:205


Phelps, Francis N. L., papers, XIX: 176


Phelps, Oliver, papers, XIX:176


Phelps, Oliver L., papers, XIX:176


Philadelphia, College of, list of required reading in 1756, VII:156-157


Philadelphia Navy Yard, letters received by Commanders of, XIX:178


Philately, "The Arnold Collection of Rumanian Stamps" (Fisher), XV: 163-164; "A Philatelic Medley" (Tower), V:14-26; additions to the stamp collection, XII:213; curator for stamp collection, XI:97; gift of E. L. Pierce collection, Biblia, X, I [5]; Henry Nelson Pierce collection, V:14; Tower stamp collection, XII: 218-219


Philip of Lavagnia, Sommola di Pacifica Coscienza (Milan, 1479), VI: 201-203


Phillips, David Graham, XIX:189


Phillips, HOward Crathorne, gift of historical documents, V:115


Phillips, Stephen, in J. Harlin O'Connell collection, XIX:150


Phillips Exeter Academy' loan exhibit, Biblia, V:1 [5-6]


"Phiz." See Brown, Hablot K.


Phonograph, "Phonograph Is Now Perfect: The Edison-Mayer Letters" (Lucker), XXV:220-224


Photography, XVIII:160-163, 167-168; XXIV:202-203


Physiognotrace, XIII:23-24; XX:191


A Picture of New York (New York, 1846), VII:82


Pierrepont, Mrs. Seth L., gift of two letters exchanged between Governor Belcher and Rev. Nathaniel Chauncy, VI:203


Pierson, John, XV:27


Pierson, John Shaw, "The Pierson Civil War Collection" (Joline), II:105-110; letter about, by Lathrop C. Harper, III:65-66


Pierson Family of New Jersey, deeds and Other documents, XIX:183


Pigouchet, Philippe, XVI:32


Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth, II:72


Pinkney, William, "Papers of William Pinkney" (Bush) , XXII:184-187; "William Pinkney, 1764-1822: The Death of the Man in the Doeskin Gloves" (Bentley), XXII:169-177


Piozzi, Mrs. Hester Lynch, "Friend to Mrs. Piozzi: Penelope Pennington in Miniature" (Thorpe), XXI:105-110; "Mrs. Piozzi" (Finch), XIV:161-164; correspondence, XIX:168; memorabilia, IV:95-96; mentioned, IV:37, 40, 43-45; V:89; VI:197; XVI:159


PIPER, HENRY DAN, "F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Check list," XII:i96-208; "F. Scott Fitzgerald and the Image of His Father," XII:i8i-i86; "F. Scott Fitzgerald's Prep-School Writings: Several Newly-Discovered Additions to the Canon of His Published Works," XVII:1-10; "Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald: A Check list," XII:209-210; introduction to F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Death of my Father," XII:187-189


Piracy, XI:23


Pius VII, "Notes to a 'Motu Proprio' of Pope Pius VII" (Kritzeck) , XXIII: 124-125


Platt, Mrs. Dan Fellows, gift of letters of Ruskin, Millais, Rossetti, Ford Madox Brown, and Hunt, VI:143


Platzer, Josef, XVIII:194-196, 201


Playbills, VIII:187-189


Plant, Edward, gifts, IX:101, 232


Pleasant, Richard H. M., memorabilia, XXIII:183-i85


"The Pliny Fisk Collection of Railroad and Corporation Finance" (Brayer) , VI:171-178; mentioned, V:119


Po Chu-i, XV:122


Poe, Edgar Allan, "A Minor Poe Mystery" (Thorp), V:30-31; "Two Poe Letters at Princeton" (Thorp) ' X:gi94; "Two Replies to 'A Minor Poe Mystery' " (Mabbott and Gravely) , V:106-114; as a journalist, V:56; daguerreotype portrait of, XII:83; exhibition of early editions of, X1:99; friendship with Thomas Holley Chivers, V:150-153; letter to John Reuben Thompson, XII:86-87; literary relationship with Horace Binney Wallace, XXV:137-140, 144-145; manuscript of "Annabel Lee," XII: 83-86


POLEMAN, HORACE, "The Indic Manuscripts," in Garrett Collection, III: 145-147


Political science, books in field of, gift of Innie de Vegh, XIII:210-212


Pollock, Charming, collection of his uncorrected typescripts of plays and scenarios' XIX:igo


Pollock, Sir William Frederick, XI: 211-212


Polo, Marco, 14th-century copy of writings of, III: 125


Pomeroy, Eugene C., gift of United States silver coins, VI: 139


Poole, Ernest, manuscripts, XIX:190; mentioned, II:39


Pope, Alexander, Imitations of Horace, six variants of, VII:87; The Rape of the Lock (London, 1714), VI:I47; with illustrations by Beardsley, VII:162; Letters (London, 1757), association-copy in Freneau collection, II: 76; "A Pope Exhibition and an Unpublished Letter of Pope" (Root) , VI:37-40; mentioned, VI:4; "The Receipts for Pope's Iliad" (Ryskamp) , XXIV:36-38


Porte Crayon. See StrOther, David Hunter


Pound, Ezra, XI:177-i98; mentioned, III:81


Poupard, James, Vl:105


Powys, John Cowper, XIV:15


Pozzo, Fra Andrea dal, XVIII:199


Prentice, William Kelly, VIII:157-158


Pre-Raphaelites, VI:130


Presbyterian church, General Assembly, IV:124, 132; XV:90-91


PRIEST, GEORGE m., "A Little Known Portrait of Goethe," IV:1-4


Priest, George M., VIII:158; XVII:181


Priestley, john Boynton, II:95


Priestley, Joseph, collection of pamphlets, VI:206; mentioned, XXIII: 102, 104


Prime, Wendell, XV:97


Primers, American, Vl:162


Prince, Thomas, letter from Jonathan Edwards, XV:84


Princeton (U.S. Frigate), I, 4:12-15


Princeton Alumni Weekly, Biblia, VI, 1 [26]; VII:16


Princeton Bibliographical Society, Biblia, VI, 2 [11]


Princeton Library in New York, XXIV: 188-190


Princeton, New Jersey, "The Changing Face of Princeton" (Greiff and Gibbons), XXV:I84-2o8; "Introduction to Reading: Recollections of Princeton" (Bolton), XXV:121-128; "A Pretty Enough Little Town," XIX: 98-100; "Princeton Printing Before Conkwright" (Coleman), XXIV:141143; "Prospect: The Seat of Mr. Morgan at Princcton" (Rice), XXV: 209-211; "Sonie Notes on Princeton Amusements, Civil War to 1887" (McAneny) , IV: 10-29; check list of articles and notes in Chronicle, XVIII:23-32; circus in, 1851, VI:142; civil liberties in Princeton, 1835, XXV:231-235; Continental Congress at Princeton, XXIV:73-74; fire companies, IV:22; Independence Day in 1793, VIII:163; in fiction, I, 3:26; 4: 27; The Press, I, 3:26; printing in 18th, 19th and early 2oth centuries, XXIV: 141-143; "Prospect," house, XIV:120; XXV:205; publications in, II:153-154; Quakers in, XXV:185-i87; Queenston, XXV:195; Second Presbyterian Church, IV:i6, 25; Rose photographic studio, XVIII: 163; mentioned, I, 4:28; IV: 122, 134; VIII: 122. See also Morven, Nassau Hall, Princeton University


Princeton, New Jersey, battle of, "Trumbull's 'The Battle of Princeton'" (Sizer), XII:1-5; "General Mercer at the Battle of Princeton as painted by James Peale, Charles Willson Peale, and William Mercer" (Egbert), XIII:171-194; XIV:41-43; "A Drawing for Trumbull's 'The Battle of Princeton"' (Homer), XIX:212-2I4; centennial, IV:26; sesquicentenniaI celebration, XIV:92, 93; painting of, IV:31, 32; used as background in Peale portrait of Washington, VIII:60; mentioned, IV: 120


The Princeton Packet and the General Advertiser, II:153-154; XXV:193


The Princeton Press, I, 1:26


The Princeton Standard, IV:10-14


Princeton Theological Seminary, "The Theological Seminary Library" (Gapp), XV:90-100; exhibition in Princetoniana Room, XXIV:186-187; mentioned, IV:132; V:29; XXV:197


Princeton University, An Account of the College of New Jersey (Woodbridge, 1764), VII:124; The General Account of the College Lately Established in the Province of New Jersey (Edinburgh, 1754), VII:124; VIII: 88; A Catalogue of Books in the Library of the College of New Jersey (Woodbridge, 1760), VII:124; "The Aftermath of Rebellion: Or Princeton in 1807" (Gaines), XIX:47-51; "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" (Burt) , XXV:179-183; "An Elegy On Princeton College" (ed. Kirk) , XVIII:15-19; "How Two Princeton Students Saw Lincoln in 1861" (Webster), V:154-157; "Jonathan Belcher and 'Our Young College'" (Savage), XIX:191-196; "Jonathan Edwards at Princeton, With a Survey of Edwards Material in the Princeton University Library" (Rice), XV:69-89; "The Journal of Gilbert Terment Snowden," XIV-. 72-90; "Laurence Sterne at Princeton" (Monk) , X:137-139; "Lotteries in Princeton's History" (Nordell) , XV: 16-37; "Other Times, Other Manners; A Princeton Valedictory of 1789" (intro. Nolan) , XVI:17-22; "Princeton in 1805; A 'Necessary' Revision and Correction of an Earlier Note" (Gaines), XIX:iq6-iq8; "A Princeton Poem of 1822" (intro. Kirk), VIII:i64-i67; "Reminiscences of Princeton: 1902-07" (Bishop) , VIII:147-i63; "Samuel Kirtland's Accompt With the Christian World," XXIII:25-27; "Seven Princeton Poets," preface by Willard Thorp, XXV:5-115; "Telfair Hodgson-A Notebook of Facts and Gems, 1856," VIII:67-87; "A Vignette of Princeton in 176o" (Arthur), XVI:28-29; "Young Literary Princeton Fifty Years Ago" (Tarkington), VII:1-5; Archives, XXI:94; activities in World War 11, II:91-96; American Whig Society, VII:20; bicentennial year, VIII:53; Board of Trustees, committee for new library, Biblia, V, 2 [8]; minutes of College of New Jersey' September 28, 1770, IV:93-94; books by Princetonians, Biblia, VIII, 1 [1415]; campus, from 1912-1916, V:41-50; checklist of articles and notes in Chronicle, XVIII:23-32; concerts, origins of, XIV:i83-193; Department of Art and Archaeology, expeditions, 1, 3:1; 1, i:q; departmental needs, Biblia, VI, 1 [6-8]; description of, in fiction, X:73; diaries: Charles McKnight, class of 1847, VIII:189-190; James W. Wilkin, class of 1785, XII: 55-66; exhibition of documents presented in honor of bicentennial celebration, IX:96; first commencement, V:159-160; fund raising, 1754, VIII: 88-89; history of, I, 4:8; history of, during Civil War, I, 4:11; II:116; VII:122-123; in fiction, I, 3:26; 1, 4: 27; in manuscripts, Biblia, X, 1 [3]; Listening center, II:91-96; manuscripts relating to, XIX:183-184; Art Museum, 1, 1:11; memorabilia, 1840-1880, XX:154-155; memorial prepared by John Witherspoon, 1784, VII:41-43; Original subscription list, Biblia, IX, 2 [3]; petition of Gilbert Terment and Samuel Davies, VIII: 88-89; School of Public and International Affairs, II:91; student notebook of Adlai Osborne (1744-1815), XXII:45-46; town and gown conflict, IV:81; trustees letter to Governor Belcher, XI:149. See also Nassau Hall, Princeton University Library


Princeton University Archives, XXI:94


Princeton University Library, "The Princeton Library," XXIV:178-182; "The Library and Special Collections" (Gerould), Biblia, VII. i [13-151; "The Manuscript Collections of the Princeton University Library" (Clark), XIX:159-190; "The New Princeton Library" (Smith and Gerould), Biblia, V: 2 [2-5]; "Our Crowded Library," Biblia, IV, 1 [10-11]; book sales, XIX:100-101 class of 1900 Engineering library, XXIV:72; committee on undergraduate use, Biblia, I, 3 [4-5]; Biblia, VI, 2 [4-6]; desiderata, Biblia, X, 1 [7]; emergency fund, Biblia, X, 1 [1-2]; endowed book funds and special gifts, XXIV:81-84; Frick Chemical Laboratory Library, XV:41-42; James Forrestal Research Center Library, XVI: 23-28; John Foster Dulles Library of Diplomatic History, XXIII:143-146; Julian Street Library, XXIII:60-67; Marquand Art Library, I, 1:12; music collection, Biblia, VI, 2 [6-71; news, Biblia, VII, 1 [20-26]; Biblia, VIII, 1 [15-17]; Biblia, IX, 2 [7-9]; notes, Biblia, III, 1 [13-14]; the President's program for new library, Biblia, IX, 2 [2-31; publisher of poetry, IX:38-39; reorganization of library staff, XXIV:69-70; undergraduate use of, Biblia, III, 1 [11-12]. See also Friends of Library, manuscripts, maps, numismatics, philately, Princeton University Library Chronicle, Princeton University Library Graphic Arts collection, Princeton University Library Publications, Princeton University Library Theatre collection


Princeton University Library Chronicle, articles reprinted from, XXIII:27; checklist of articles and notes on book illustration, XX:41-44; checklist of articles and notes on Princeton, XVIII:23-32; design used On cover, V:81; microfilming, XI:143; objectives of, I, 1:1; Twenty years of the Chronicle, 1939-1959, exhibition, XXI:99; under new editorial management, XXIV:68; mentioned, XVI:164-165


Princeton University Library Graphic Arts collection, Friends' Room a Memorial to Robert Cresswell, IX: 39; additions to, by Sinclair Hamilton, XVIII:96-98; at Princeton, II: 111-112; books on photography, XVIII:167-168; display of Cuban woodcut materials, XXIII:74; Eltiier Adler Graphic Arts fund, XVII:260-261; exhibits: VIII:i86-187; XV:208-209; XVI:182; XIX:199; Forty Mercer Street, VI:50; photography in, XVIII:16o-162; printing press, XIV: 198; mentioned, VI:203; IX:95, 224-225; X:94-95, 196-197; XI:98-99, 207; XII:90; XIII:202-203


Princeton University Library Publications, Afternoon of an Author, stories and essays by F. Scott Fitzgerald, with intro. and notes by Arthtur Mizener (1957) , XIX:46-47; The Cast-Away by William Cowper, ed. by Charles Ryskamp (1963), XXV: 116; Charles Kingsley's American A'otes: Letters from a Lecture Tour, 1874, cd. b) Robert B. Martin (1958), XIX:198; XX:40; "The Development of the Book," four pamphlets on, I, 1:39; Did He Steal It? by Anthony Trollope, intro. by Robert H. Taylor (1952), XIV:41; Elias Boudinot's journey to Boston in ,1809, edited, transcribed and annotated by M. Halsey Thomas (1955), XVII:45-47; John Witherspoon Comes to America by L. H. Butterfield (1951). XV:38; The Literary Career of William Faulkner by James B. Meriwether (196l), XXII: 181; On Plays, Playwrights, and Playgoers, selections from letters of Booth Tarkington, ed. by Alan S Downer (1959), XXI:97-99; XXI:97-99; The Portrait of John Milton at Princeton, and Its Place in Milton Iconography bv John Rupert Martin (196i) , XXIII:24-25; The Printed Writings of Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) , by T. H. Johnson (1940) , I, 2: 30; The Rittenhouse Orrery, Princeton's Eighteenth Century Planctariurn, 1767-1954, by H. C. Rice, Jr. (1954), XV:207; A Vanished Society by Esther Felt Bentley (1962) , XXIV:74; New Jersey Road Maps of the18th Century, XXV:236


Princeton University Library Theatre Collection, "Coincidences in the Theatre Collection" (McAneny) , XXII:152-153; "Confessions of a Custodian" (McAnen,), II:137-146; "Eleven Manuscripts of Eugene O'Neill" (McAneny) , IV:86-89; "Memorabilia of Richard H. M. Pleasant 1 32" (McAneny) , XXIII: 183-185; "Souie Theatrically Guided Reflections" (McAneny), XXV:2i2-2i8. See also Theatre


Princeton University Press, library, Biblia, II, 1 [8-9], Biblia, III, 1 [10-11]; Biblia, IV,1 [9-10], committee on, Biblia, V, 1 [8-9]


Princeton University Print Club, II: 112; VIII:186-187; XVIII:21; XXIV: 152


The Princetonian, IV:15, 17, 21-22, 26, 28; V:42-47, 115-li6; VII:15


Pringle, Dr. John, XIX:2,1-32


Printing, III:56-63; XV:116-141; XXIV: 141-143


Proctor, Adelaide, Vl:129


Propaganda, uses in war time, II:91-96


Proust, Marcel, XI:134, 139-140


Prynne, William, Canterburies Doome (London, 1646), VII:127


Psalter, English, 11th century, III:126


Pseudo Bonaventiira, Meditationi sopra la Passione (Florence, ca. 1496) with woodcuts, XIV:157, 160


P'u Sung-ling, XV:139


Pucelle, jean, III:127


Pugin, Augtisttis C., II:16


Pugin, Augusttis Welby, XXIV:94-95


Pulitzer Prizes, "Forty Years of Pulitzer Prizes" (Baker) , XVIII:55-70; announcements, Biblia, IV, I [1]; Biblia, V, 2 [5-6])


Purnell, George W., VII:122


Putnam, Herbert, Biblia, V, 2 [5]


Putnam, Samuel, XV:io8-iog; XVII: 251; XIX:189


Pyle, Howard, correspondence with Woodrow Wilson, XVII:177; mentioned, III:20


P~ne, Moses Taylor, gifts: Das Kampaner Thal (Erfurt, 1797) with annotations by Coleridge, V:13; miniature of George Washington, VIII: 88; head of committee for relief of Karl A. Langlotz, I, 4:4


Pyne, Mrs. Moses Taylor, XIV:184


Pynson Printers, archives, XVI:194; XIX:185; mentioned, II:29, IX:15, 40



Quakers, in Princeton, New Jersey, XXV:185-187


Quarles, Francis, XV:64-66


Quarterly Review, gift of Andre de Coppet, III:51


Queenston, area in Princeton, XXV: 195


Quigley, Carroll, III:49


Quintana, Juanito, XXIV:107


Quintillian, Insiitutiones Oratoriae (Venice, 1493) , device on spine, V: 116-117



RABB, THEODORE K., "Sebastian Brant and the First Illustrated Edition of Vergil," XXI:187-199


Rabelais, Francois, discovery by Charles Godfrey Leland, 1, 4:17; works collected by Pierre LeBrun, I, 2:12


Rabelais Club, I, 4:24-25


Radcliff, Jacob, XIV:74


Radio, used for propaganda in World War II, II:91-96


Raffalovich, Andre, letter from Aubrey Beardsley, XVI:138-139


Railroads, "The Pliny Fisk Collection of Railroad and Corporation Finance" (Brayer) , VI: 171-178; finance and history, V:119-120


Rainolds, John, The Overthrow of StagePlayers (Middleburgh, 1599), IV:30


Ralston, Richard, XV:97


RANDALL, DAVID A., "Some Observations Upon the Morris L. Parrish Collection of Victorian Literature, Its Rarer Books, Usefulness, etc.," VIII: 38-50; "The Stevenson Collection," XVII:92-95; on first edition of Mrs. Gaskell's Wives and Daughters, VII: 43-44


Rankin, Edward E., IX:100


Rankin, James B., The Rankin autograph collection, XXIII:132-134


Ransoin, John Crowe, III:75, 77, 80, 83, 84


Ravenet, Simon Francois, IV:135


Raworth, John, II:48


Raworth, Mrs. Ruth, II:48


Ray, William, Horrors of Slavery: or, The American Tars in Tripoli (Troy, 1808), VI:44


Read, John Meredith, VII:86; XVII: 233


Reade, Charles, "Manuscripts and Correspondence of Charles Reade" (Martin), XIX:102-103; "The Reade Collection" (Martin), XVII:77-8o; dispute with Anthony Trollope, III:38; in Parrish Collection, III:38; VIII: 10; XVII:62; notebook of data for writing of The Cloister and the Hearth, XVI:37; papers, XXI:182


Reed, David A., collection of medieval and renaissance manuscripts, XIX: 162; gifts: fifteen incunabula and one renaissance manuscript, XIII:37-39; Justinian's Digests, IX:100; Latin Bible, VI:85-86; two bound manuscripts, VIII:94; two illuminated manuscripts, IX:64-67; VII:87; personal papers and manuscripts, XVI: 30-36


Reed, Mrs. David A., gift of manuscripts and books from library of Senator Reed, XVI:30-36


Reedy, William Marion, XIV:13, 19


Reich, Johann Mathias, XIX:154


Reid, Professor and Mrs. Harry F., photostatic copies of letters from Woodrow Wilson, XVII:182


Reimarus, Johann Albert Heinrich, Ueber die Grunde der Menschlichen Erkenntniss und der Natilrlicher Religion (Hamburg 1787), with annotations by Coleridge, V:1-13


Reisch, Gregorius, Margarita Philosophica (Freiburg, 1503), XXI:96-97


The Rembrancer or Impartial Repository of Public Events (London, 1775-84), VII:50


Reinington, Frederic, painting presented by Francis Earle, IX:94-95


Renan, Ernest, I, 4:25


Reusner, Nicolaus, Aureolorum Emblematuin Liber (Strasbourg, 1587), XVIII:80


Revere, Paul, use of devices as symbol of freedom in his engraving, X:119; work as an engraver, VI:105-106; mentioned, VI:170


Reynolds, Sir Joshua, Discourses (London, 1769-79), VI:41-42;1, 2:19; V:85; XXIV:33


Rhazes, I, 3:21; III:117


Rhine, J. B., II:136


Rhymers club, II:125


Rice, Edward Le Roy, II:144; XVIII: 163


RICE, HOWARD C., JR., "Albert Schweitzer, the Bibliographical Approach," XIX:214-218; "An Album of SaintMemin Portraits," XIII:23-31; "A D'Alembert Letter Re-examined," XVIII:189-193; "East and West," XIX:205-209; "Into the Hold of Remembrance: Notes on the Kipling Material in the Doubleday Collection," XXII:105-117; "Jonathan Edwards at Princeton; With a Survey of Edwards Material in the Princeton University Library," XV:69-89; "Jefferson in Europe a Century and a Half Later; Notes of a Roving Researcher," XII:19-35; "Mr. Audubon's Lucy," XXIV:128-134; "More Emblem Books," XVIII:77-83; "Mount Sinai Exhibition," XXI:237-243; "Americans in Paris," catalogue of an exhibition, XVII:189-259; "Princeton's Mason and Dixon Map," XXV:153-155; "Prospect: The Seat of Mr. Morgan at Princeton," XXV: 209-211; "Saint-M6min's Portrait of Jefferson," XX:182-192; "Soundings in the Sinclair Hamilton Collection," XX:29-38; "Victor Hugo," XIV:94-96; "The World of John James Andubon," compiled catalogue of, XXI: 9-88; comp., Moby Dick, catalogue of exhibition, XIII:63-118; comp., "Woodrow Wilson," catalogue of exhibition, XVII:113-162


Rice, Howard C., Jr., Chairman of Editorial Board of Chronicle, Assistant Librarian for Rare Books and Special Collections, appointment of, XXIV: 68, 70; The Rittenhouse Orrery, Princeton's Eighteenth Century Planetarium, 1767-1954 (Princeton, 1954), XV:207; Chastellux's Travels in North America in the Years 1780, 1781 and 1782 (Chapel Hill, 1963), XXV: 156-159


Richard II, "A Letter Patent of Richard II with the Great Seal" (Savage) , IX:68-78


Richardson, Ernest Cushing, collection of European letters and documents, 15th to 18th century, XIX:163; Collection of manuscripts relating to law and history of Italy, law and archives of the Roman Catholic church, lives of the saints, 15th to 19th century, XIX:163; Librarian of Princeton University, VIII:152-156; purchase of the Goertz Collection, XVII:40, 43


Richardson, Jonathan, XXIV:170


Richter, Conrad, XIX:190


Richter, Jean Paul, V:1-13; VIII:119-120


Ricketts, Miss Henrietta, XVI:164, 187


Rickinan, Thomas Clio, Elegy to the Memory of Thomas Paine (London, 1810), VIII:143


Riding, Laura, III:75-76


Rindsmaul, Bartholomew von, VIII:63


RINGI,ER, ',VII,LIAM, "The Library's Copy of Gosson's Ephemerides," III:107-108


Ripley, George, XIX:201-202


"Rites Controversy," XIX:206-209


Rittenhouse Orrery, The Rittenhouse Orrery, Princeton's Eighteenth-Century Planetarium, 1767-1954 (Princeton, 1954) by Howard C. Rice, Jr., XV:207; "The Rittenhouse Orrery," XII:121-125; "A Check list of Items shown in the Exhibition held in Princeton University Library, May-June 1954," XV:194-206; re-discovery of, XII:121-125; search for, V:80; mentioned by John Witherspoon, VII:42; mentioned by Madison, XXIII:96; mentioned, IV:122; VI: 46-47; XXV: 191


ROBBINS, HARVEY, "36 University Place," XI:98-99


ROBBINS, J. ALBERT, "The journal of Gilbert Terment Snowden," XIV:72-90


Roberdeau, Colonel Isaac, IV:133


Roberts, Kenneth, correspondence with Booth Tarkington, XVI:52; mentioned, II:135


Roberts, Walter Van Braam, gift of first edition of A. E. van Braarn Houckgeest's Voyage de l'Ambassade de la Campagnie des Indes Orientales vers I'Empereur de la Chine ... 1794 et 1795 (Philadelphia, 1797-98), XV: 179


Roberts, William Henry, XV:93


Robertson, David A., Jr., XXV:228


Robinson, Chalfont, collection of medieval and renaissance documents, XIX:163


Robinson, Edwin Arlington, friendship with Ridgely Torreiice, XII: 104; letters of, II:i36


Robinson, Henry Crabb, coiiiments on books in Crabb's library, IX:33; friend of Charles Lamb, Vl:180-181, 189, 192; impressions of Goethe, VIII:119


ROBINSON, STEWART M. AND ANNE PAYNE, introduction to James Madison's essay on "Symmetry of Nature," XXIII: 109-110


Rochatiibeau, jean Baptiste, cointe de, I, 1:3-8


ROCHE, THOMAS P., "Green With Poems," XXV:89-94


Rochester, John Wilmot, Earl of, "The Earliest Edition of Rochester's Poems" (Thorpe), VIII: 172-176; "Rochester's Poems on Several Occasions" (Thorpe), XII:42-43


Rockefeller Foundation, Biblia, VIII, 1 [1]


Rockey, Kenneth H., contributor to Room for Sporting Books, XVII:99; gift of Rockey Angling Collection as a memorial to Isabelle A. Rockey, XV:161-163


"Rockingham," home of judge John Berrien, headquarters of George Washington, 1783, VII:26; VIII:58; XXV: 192


ROGERS, CHARLES H., "The William Beebe Library," XXIV:78-81


Rogers, Robert, VI:92


ROGERSON, BREWSTER, "Walcot Examin'd and Denied," VII:155-156; "Walcot's Observations-A Query," VI:141-142


Rohan, Marguerite de, Look of Hours of, III: 128


Rollins, Philip Ashton, "A Conversation With Mr. Rollins" (Bentley), IX:178-190; "Philip Ashton Rollins '89" (Dodds), IX:177; "The Rollins Collection of Western Americana" (Streeter) , IX:191-204; "The Writings of Philip Ashton Rollins" (Cleland), IX:205-210; papers, XIX: 181; mentioned, X:188; XVI:159; XII: 100


Roman de la Rose, 14th-century copy of, III:127


Romanesque MS, IX:64-67


Roosevelt, Franklin D., institution of Securities Exchange Commission, VI: 174; letters in Ray Stannird Baker papers, VII: 14


ROOT, ROBERT KILBURN, "A Pope Exhibition and an Unpublished Letter of Pope," VI:37-40; bequest to Library, XII:211


Rosenbach, Dr. A. S. W., gift of letters written by Jonathan Dayton to James Madison, III:151


Rosenwald, Peter, XVII:259


Rosetti, Dante Gabriel, Sister Helen, A Ballad (Oxford, 1857), VII:163; letters to Lowes Dickinson, VI:143


Rosier, James, A True Relation of the Most Prosperous Voyage Made This Present Yeere 1605 . . . in the Discouery of the Land of Virginia (London, 1605), X:4


Ross, Robert, letter from Aubrey Beardsley, XVI: 113


Rosso, Il, XVIII:211


Rowlandson, Thomas, "The Works of Thoinas Rowlandson" (Johnson), II: 7-20; exhibits on, XI:99; XVI:185


Rowson, Susanna, Exercises in History, Chronology, and Biography (Boston, 1822), VI:148


ROYLANCE, DALE, "A Collection of Orchid Books," XX:122-123; "Illustrated Books," XX:53-56


Rubdiyat of Omar Khayyam (London, 185()), XIX:60-62


Rubbings of New England gravestones, XXIV:187-188




Rukeyser, Muriel, II:135


RULAND, HAROLD L., "Liber Desideratus," XXI:96-97; "A Sixteenth-Century View in 3-D," XXII:39-41


Rush, Benjamin, "An American Boswell" (Osgood), V:85-91; "Love and Valor; or Benjamin Rush and the Leslics of Edinburgh" (Butterfield), IX: 112; attendance on General Mercer after Battle of Princeton, VIII: 61; XIII:178; letters from John Witherspoon, V:36-37; relations with Charles Nisbet, VI:34; role in establishment of Dickinson College, VI: 17-18; mentioned, VII:26


Rush, Richard, papers, XIX:177; mentioned, XVII:218


Rush, William, VIII:58


Rush Family, letters, XXII:99-101


Rushton, Urban Joseph Peters, XI:155-156


RUSK, DEAN, remarks at the dedication of the John Foster Dulles Library of Diplomatic History, XXIII:152-153


Ruskin, John, "The Ruskin Manuscripts" (Thorp), I, 2:1-10; letters to Lowes Dickinson, VI:143; papers, XIX:i68; part played in the Gothic revival in England, III:126


Rusling, James, Across America: or, The Great West and the Pacific Coast (New York, 1874), IX:229-230


Russell, Mrs. Archibald D., XIV:184


Russell, Henry Norris, on Rittenhouse orrery, V:8o; papers, XIX:105-106, 179-180


Russia, books on, presented by Ivy Lee, Biblia, VII, 1 [21]; fables produced in, V:147; Napoleonic invasion of, III:48, photographs of 1905 revolution, VI:114-115; suppression of Bolshevisin in 1918, VII:13; work of the U.S. coinmittee of Public Information in Russia and Siberia, 1917-1919, V:35


Rycaut, Paul, correspondence with William Blathwayt containing political and diplomatic information from the Hanse towns, VIII:193; XIX:165


RYSKAMP, CHARLES, "A Blake Collection for Princeton," XXI:172-175; "Blake's Drawing of Cowper's Monument," XXIV:27-31; "'Epigrams I More Especially Delight In': The Receipts for Pope's Iliad," XXIV:3638; "Lawrence's Portrait of Cowper," XX:140-144; "A Letter and a Portrait of Dr. Johnson," XXIV:32-35; "Thomas Gray's Christmas Piece, 1727," XXII:21-25; "William Cowper and His Circle: A Study of the Hannay Collection," XXIV:3-26



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