The Princeton University Library Chronicle

Index, Volumes I - XXV, 1939 - 1964

Biblia, Volumes I - X, 1930 - 1938

Index to Illustrations



 

A
 

Admiranda Rerum Admirabilium Encomia (Nijmegen, 1677), title-page, XVII: facing p. 44

   
 

Ahli of Shirdz, manuscript of Divan, X: facing p. 116

   
 

al-Busiri, page from ode in praise of Muhammad, manuscript, 17th cent., III: between pp. 144-145

   
 

Alchemy, Ripley scroll of alchemical emblems, XIX: between pp. 156-157

   
 

Alciati, Andrea, portrait in Emblemata (Paris, 1584), XVIII:79

   
 

Alcuin, manuscript of, initial "A" and "Q," IX: facing p. 66

   
 

Alexander Street, in Princeton, photograph, XXV: between pp. 184-185

   
 

Almanacs, George's Cambridge Almanach ... for ... 1776, Salem [17751, XX: facing p. 32; The Pennsylvania Town and Countryman's Almanack, 1756, Germantown, C. Sower, relief engraving by Leech, VI: facing p. io6

   
 

Americans in Paris, XVII: between pp. 228-229

   
 

Anderson, Alexander, engravings, after Bewick, I, 2:32; "Spring," after R. Westall, in Thomson's Seasons (New York, 1817), I, 3: facing p. 12; "The Porter," after Bewick, in Emblems of Mortality (New Haven, 18io), 1, 3: facing p. 12; "Practical Joke," in Stories for You (Boston, 1863), I, 3: facing p. 13; "Tomb of Washington," in Trumbull's Life of Washington (New York, 1829), 1, 3: facing p. 13; after S. Pike, in Barbauld, Lessons for Children (Philadelphia, 1818) , VI:IO7; after John Bewick, in The Looking Glass for the Mind (New YOrk, 1795), Vl:io8; after Eliza Leslie, in Atlantic Tales (Boston, 1833), VI:111; portrait, I, 3:8

   
 

Asia, western, seals from, XII: facing pp. 49, 52, 54

   
 

Astrology, treatise on, for library of a great-grandson of Saladin, X: facing p. 108

   
 

Audubon, John James, drawing, "Redshouldered Hawk" (1809), XV: facing p. 169; drawings, "Le Grimperau" (1805), "Le Wip-poor-Will" (1806), "Striped Ground Squirrel" (1841), "Common Scaup Duck" (ca. 1842), portrait of Benjamin Page (1819), XXI: between pp. 48-49; engraving by Havell after Audubon, "Red-shouldered Hawk" (plate 56), XV: facing p. 176; engraving by Havell after Audubon, "Sea-side Finch" (plate 93), XXI: between pp. 48-49; manuscripts, " Glossy Ibis," "Cat Squirrel," "Soft-haired Squirrel," page from journal (Paris, 1828), XXI: between pp. 48-49; letter to William Bakewell (May 20, 1805), XXIV: between pp. 128129; letters, to Dr. Charles d'Orbigny (April 29, 1807), to John Woodhouse Audubon (28 January 1847), to Mrs. J.J. Audubon (September 3, 1826), XXI: between pp. 48-49; Ornithological Biography (inscribed copy) , XXI: between pp. 48-49; instructions to Havell of March 2, 1831; selfportrait (1826), XXI:39; Audubon's seal, XXI:88; Mill Grove Farm, painting by Thomas Birch, XXI: between pp. 48-49; Minnie's Land, XXI:79; exhibition in Princeton University Library, 1959, photographs, XXI:between pp. 48-49



 

B
 

Bainbridge House, in Princeton, XXV: between pp. 184-185

   
 

Baker, William Munford, portrait, X: facing p. 61

   
 

Barrie, J. M., Richard Savage, program and p. 1 of prologue, by W. E. Henley, XVII: between pp. 74-75

   
 

Bartholornaeus Anglicus, anatomy lesson, De Proprietatibus Rerum [Westminster, ca. 14951, XXIII: facing p. 126

   
 

Beardsley, Aubrey, "The Black Cape," XII: facing p. 130; design for front cover of The Yellow Book, Volume III, XII: facing p. 72; lithograph of, by William Rothcnstein, 1897, XII: facing p. 67; photograph inscribed to Henry D. Davray, XVI: between pp. 122-123; photograph of, X: facing p. 82; preliminary sketch of initial letter "S" for Volpone, XVI: between pp. 138-139; self-caricature, XVI:115; signature device of three candles, XVI:113; "Volpone Adoring His Treasure," XII: facing p. 144

   
 

Beatty House, in Princeton, XXV: between pp. 184-185

   
 

Belcher, Jonathan, mezzotint by John Faber after Richard Phillips, 1734, XIV: facing p. 172; pastel by unidentified English artist, ca. 17451747, XIV: facing p. 169

   
 

Bible, The Great Bible, first edition, 1539; sixth edition, 1541; King James Bible, first edition, 1611; Wycliffe Bible, ca. 1410, XXIV: between pp. 16o-161

   
 

Biddle, Nicholas, ii)iniattire by Benjamin Trott, IX: facing p. 49

   
 

Birch, Thomas, Mill Grove Farm, XXI: between pp. 48-49

   
 

Bishop, John Peale, portrait, VII: facing p. 55

   
 

Blackburn, Joseph, portrait of Annis Boudinot Stockton, attributed to, VI: between pp. 6-7; portrait of Richard Stockton, attributed to, VI: between pp. 12-13

   
 

Blake, William, engraving after painting by John Opie to illustrate "Romeo and Juliet" for "Boydell Shakespeare," 1, 2; facing p. 18; drawings for Milton's Paradise Lost, XI: between pp. 114-115; sketch of Cowper monument attributed to, 1802, XXIV: facing p. 3

   
 

Book binding, Armenian silver, dated 1653, VII: facing p. 118; restoration of, VI:201; Victorian, XXIV: pp. 9697

   
 

Books of Hours, Arabic printed 1514, IV:6 French, ca. 1425, III: between pp. 144-145; French, ca. 1475, III: between pp. 144-145; French, 15th cent., X: facing p. 103

   
 

Boyd, James, portrait, VI: facing p. 55

   
 

Bradstreet, Anne, The Tenth Muse (1650), title-page, VII: facing p. 88

   
 

Brady, Mathew B., engraving after Brady photograph of William L. Dayton, XX:144-1.15; photograph of Walt Whitman during Civil War, III: facing p. 16

   
 

Brevis Relatio (Peking, 1701), leaves 16v-17r, XIX: between pp. 156-157

   
 

Broadsides, for New-Jersey College lottery, XV: facing p. 34 and 36; University of Glasgow, 1858, XI: facing p. 157, 162, 164; West Chester and Philadelphia Rail Road (ca. 1848), V: 119

   
 

Browne, Sir Thomas, Posthumous Works (London, 1712), original leaf and cancel, XI: facing p. 200

   
 

Bude, Guillaume, annotations in his copy of first edition of Homer (Florence, 1488), XVIII: between pp. 89; first page of the Iliad with Bud6 arms and inscription, XVIII: between pp. 4-5

   
 

Burgess, Gelett, "The Purple Cow," illustration in The Lark, II:25

   
 

Burney, Edward, drawings for Milton's Paradise Lost, XI: between pp. 114-115

   
 

Burt, Struthers, photograph by Doris Ulmann, 1929, XIX: between pp. 156-157



 

C
 

Caesar, Julius, miniature in Suetonius, Vitae Duodeciin Caesarum, Kane rriantiscript 44, XIX: between pp. 8-9

   
 

Calendar, 15th cent. folding manuscript, XIII: facing p. 164

   
 

Caligula, miniature in Suetonius, Vitae Duodecim Caesarum, Kane manuscript 44, XIX: between pp. 8-9

   
 

Carroll, Lewis. See Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge

   
 

Catlin, George, caricatiire of Emperor Napoleon III, 1862, XVII: between pp. 228-229

   
 

Ceracchi, Giuseppe, portrait of James Madison, prospectus for a monument, XXIV: between pp. 112-113

   
 

Chancellor Green Library, Princeton, XXIV:i82; XXV: between pp. 184185

   
 

Chapman, J. G., frontispiece to the Old Testament (1846), XX: between pp. 24-25

   
 

Chinese cribbing garment, XX: between pp. 174-175

   
 

Chinese print, "Typesetters at Work," in "The Imperial Palace Movable Type Reprint Series" (Peking, 1774-94), XV: facing p. 129

   
 

Chinese silk scroll, "Tribute bearers from many nations," artist unknown, ca. 1795, XV: between pp. 192-193

   
 

Cleland, T. M., bookplate for Julian Street Library, XXIII:63

   
 

Clouwet, Pieter, engraving of Michel de Montaigne in Les Essais (1659), 1, 2: facing p. 129

   
 

College of New Jersey, broadsides for New-Jersey College lottery, XV: facing p. 34 and 36; original subscription list for building college, Biblia, IX, 2: between pp. [2-3]

   
 

Collins, Wilkie, page from manuscript of Poor Miss Finch, XVII: between pp. 74-75

   
 

Connett, Eugene V. 3rd, Random Casts (New York, Derrydale Press, 1939), frontispiece and title-page, XVIII: between pp. 12-13

   
 

Consecration tablet, 15th cent., VIII: facing p. 64

   
 

Cotton, John, book label and inscriptions in copy of Henrich Smet, Prosodia [Frankfurt ?, 1620 ?], XXII:36

   
 

Couch, Jonathan, water-color drawing of pilot fish in his "A N-itural History of Cornish Fishes," XX: between pp. 86-87

   
 

Couture, Thomas, head of, by William Morris Hunt, XVII: between pp. 228-229

   
 

Cowper, William, "The Cast-away," March 20, 1799, XXIV: between pp. 24-25; engraving of, by Francesco Bartolozzi, 1799 (?) after sketch by Lawrence, XX: between pp. 144-145; letter to John Duncombe [?] June 16, 1757, XXIV: facing p. 24; letter to John Newton, April 11, 1799, XXIV: between pp. 24-25; pencil and wash sketch, perhaps by Lawrence, 1793, XX: between pp. 144-145

   
 

Coxe, Louis, photograph, XXV: betwcen pp. 20-21

   
 

Coypel, Charles Antoine, frontispiece in Houdar de La Motte, Fables Nouvelles (Paris, 1719)V: between pp. 138-139

   
 

Cozzens, James Gould, By Love Possessed, corrected typescripts, XIX: between pp. 8-9

   
 

Cresswell, Robert, photograph, VII: facing p. 95

   
 

Cruikshank, George, "Annual Emigration of Birds," IV: facing p. 62; "The Elves and the Shoemaker," IV:54; "Fagin in Prison," IV: facing p. 58; India paper proof from Bentley's Miscellany, IV: facing p. 64; self-portrait from Twiddle Twaddle, IV: between pp. 50-51

   
 

Currier, Nathaniel, "Awful explosion on board the Princeton," lithograph, 1844, 1, 4: facing p. 12

   
 

Cushing, Otho, cartoon of Woodrow Wilson, VII: facing p. 7



 

D
 

Darley, F. O. C., "Retreat from Manassas," engraving in Robert Tomes, The War With the South, II:108; engraving by H. W. Herrick after Darley in The Big Bear of Arkansas, and Other Sketches (1845), VI: facing p. 107

   
 

Dassier, Jean, Milton medal, XXIV: between pp. 168-169

   
 

Davidson, Jo, bust of Woodrow Wilson, VII: between pp. 5-7

   
 

Davidson, John, Foreword to Fleet Street and Other Poems, manuscript, XIII: facing p. 140; portrait by William Rothetistein, 1894, XIII: facing P- 123; poster issued by the police after disappearance of Davidson, XIII: facing p. 128

   
 

Dayton, William L., engraving by J. C. Buttre after photograph by Brady, XX: between pp. 144-145

   
 

Dearborn, Nathaniel, wood engraving in Mother Goose's Melodies (Boston, 1835), VI:110

   
 

Les Demi-Cabots (Paris, 1896), cover illustration by Henry-Gabriel lbels, XIII: facing p. 196

   
 

Derrydale Press, frontispiece and titlepage of Random Casts (New York, Derrydale Press [1939]), by Eugene V. Connett, 3rd, XVIII: between pp. 12-13

   
 

Device book. See emblem books

   
 

Dickens, Charles, broadsides issued by students at University of Glasgow for election of their lord rector in 1858, XI: facing p. 157, 162 and 164; "Forn of Requiring Entry of Proprietorship" for A Christmas Carol, XIX: between pp. 84-85

   
 

Dogson, Charles Lutwidge (Lewis Carroll), page from Alice in Swahili (London, 1840), XIII: facing p. 10; "Circular to Stationers," July 31, 1890, addressed to the illustrator E. Gertrude Thompson, XVII: between p. 74-75; Dogson's arguments for and against remodeling "The Chestnuts," XVI: facing p. 1; the Liddell sisters, photograph by Dodgson, XIII: facing p. 1; two of Dodgson's syzygies, XVI: between pp. 8-9; geometrical exercise (1844), VIII: between pp.8-9

   
 

Domitian, miniature in Suetonius, Vitae Duodecim Caesarum, Kane manuscript 44, XI: facing p. 42.

   
 

Doyle, Peter, letter to Walt Whitman, III: facing p. 8

   
 

Drumthwacket Lodge, in Princeton. See Thomas Olden House.

   
 

Dulles, John Foster, portrait by William Draper, XXIII: between pp. 150-151

   
 

Durandus, commentary on the Sentences of Peter Lombard, miniature from a manuscript of, 1336, III: between pp. 144-145

   
 

Durer, Albrecht; illustration from Vier bucher von menschlicher Proportion (1528), XXIII:78



 

E
 

Edison, Thomas A., sketches of phonograph, XXV:224

   
 

Edward IV, page from Account Book of the Great Wardrobe, 1478-1479, XXIV: facing p. 169

   
 

Edwards, Jonathan, notes for sermons, ca. 1743-1744, XV: facing p. 76; porringer with initials of grandparents, XV: facing p. 48

   
 

Ehrhart, S., "Democratic Sanitarium," cartoon of Woodrow Wilson, VII: facing p. 7

   
 

Eisenhower, Dwight D., and Robert Goheen approaching Firestone Library, May 15, 1962, XXIII: between pp. 150-151

   
 

Elizabeth I, portrait engraved by Crispijn van de Passe in Effigies Regum ac Principum (Cologne, 1598), XIX: between pp. 8-9

   
 

Emblem books, Achille Bocchi, Symbolicorum Quaestionum . . . Libri Quinque (Bologna, 1555), XV: facing p. 60; Johan de Brune, Emblemata of Zinne-werck (Amsterdam, 1624), XV: facing p. 60; Device book, manuscript, 16th cent., XVIII: between pp. 214-215; William Holmes and John W. Barber, Religious Emblemes (New Haven, 1847), XV:67; Francis Quarles, Emblems (London, 1684), XV: 65; Nicolas Reusner, Aureolorum Emblematum Liber (Strasbourg, 1587), XVIII: facing p. 82; Georg Stengel, Ova Paschalia (Ingolstadt, 1672), XVIII: facing p. 82; Octavio van Veen, Arnorum Emblemata (Antwerp, 16o8), XV: facing p. 62

   
 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, letter recomiiiending lVhitiTian to Salmon p. Chase, Secietary of the Treasury, 10 Jan. 1863, VII: between pp. 100-101



 

F
 

Faber, John, mezzotint of Jonathan Belcher after Richard Phillips, 1734, XIV: facing p. 172

   
 

Fables, Fables d'EsoPe (Paris, 1689), engraving by Gilles Sadeler, V: facing p. 139; Gabriello Faerno, Fabulae Centum (Rome, 1563), V: facing p. 143; S. Lavalette, Fables (Paris, 1847), etching by Grandville, V: facing p. 142; Houdar de La Motte, Fables Nouvelles (Paris, 1719), frontispiece by Coypel, V: facing p. 138; G. M. Verdizotti, Cento Favole Bellissime (Venice, 1661) , V: facing p.144

   
 

Faerno, Cabriello, Fabulae Centurn (Rome, 1563), V: facing p. 143

   
 

Fairfield, Genevra G., portrait of, XXIII: facing p. 41

   
 

Faulkner, Williain, manuscripts and typescripts of As I Lay Dying, The Hamlet, Intruder in the Dust, Sanctuary, The Sound and the Fury, XVIII: between 128-129; manuscripts and typescripts of "Abraham's Children," Absalom, Absalom!, "Apotheosis," "Barn Burning ," "Cathay," "Elmer," "Father Abraham," "Fool About a Horse," poem in The Green Bough, "The Marionettes," Mosquitoes, Pylon, Sanctuary, Sartoris, Soldier's Pay, The Sound and the Fury, "Was," XXI: between pp. 136-137; "Nocturne" (poem in The Ole Miss), XXI: between pp. 136-137; The Town, galley proof, XVIII: between pp. 128-129; speech on receiving Legion of Honor, 1951, XVIII: between pp. i28-i2q; letters to Maurice E. COindreau, 1932, 1937, XVIII: between pp. 128-129; photograph of Faulkner in RAF uniform, XXI:118; Faulkner and William Spratling, drawing by Spratling, 1926, XXI:122

   
 

Fenn, Harry, wood engraving by Anthony after Fenn in John Greenleaf Whittier, Ballads of New England (Boston, 1870), VI: facing p. 123

   
 

"Fern Hill," Germantown, Philadelphia, photograph, XX: between pp. 134-135

   
 

Fevret de Saint-Memin, Charles. See Saint-M6min

   
 

"Fieidwood" (Guernsey Hall), in Princeton, photograph and drawing for grounds, XXV: facing p. 185; photograph, XX: between pp. 134-135

   
 

Fisher, Jonathan, A North West Prospect of Nassau Hall, painting after Dawkins, 1807, VI: facing p. 153; Scripture Animals (Portland, 1834), title page, VI: facing p. 168

   
 

Fitzgerald, F. Scott, bookplate of, XXII: 77; corrected typescript of "Babylon Revisited," 1931, XVII: between pp. 228-229; photograph by Carl Van Vechten, 1937, XII: facing p. 167; The Great Gatsby, page of manuscript, XII: facing p. 182; poster for Fitzgerald's Civil War melodrama, XII: facing p. 19o; Scott Fitzgerald in his comedy The Coward, St. Paul, 1913, XVII: between pp. 8-9; Shelley reading list prepared for Sheilah Graham, XXII:58

   
 

Flagg, James Montgomery, portrait of Julian Street, XXIII: facing p. 28

   
 

Foch, Ferdinand, letter to Arthur Krock on American Expeditionary Forces, Biblia, I, i (supplement)

   
 

Ford, Ford Madox, letter to Joseph Conrad, IX: facing p. 114; page of manuscript of autobiography, IX: facing p. 108; photograph, IX: facing p. 105; "To Petronella at Sea," from manuscript of New Poems, IX: facing p. 156

   
 

Forrester, A. H., letter, July 12, 1837, XXIII: p. 134

   
 

Foster, John, woodcut of Richard Mather, XVIII: facing p. 43; "White Hills" map of New England, XIV: facing p. 180

   
 

Fouquet, Jean, portrait of Marguerite de Rohan attributed to, III: between pp. 144-145

   
 

France, royal arms of, heading a manuscript genealogy of the kings of France, 15th cent., IX: facing p. 216

   
 

Freneau, Philip, portrait, engraving in Duyckinck's edition of Freneau's Poems (New York, 1865), II: facing p. 65

   
 

Friend, Albert M., Collection of Theatre Drawings, XVIII: between pp. 194-195 and between pp. 198-199

   
 

Frossard, Edouard, forgeries, sketches of Talleyrand and Joshua Barney purporting to be by John Trumbull, XXII:54; sketch of Napoleon purporting to be by John Trumbull, XXII:51

   
 

Furniss, Harry, self-caricature (1892) , XXIII: 134



 

G
 

Galen, translation by Hunayn ibn-Ishaq, X: facing p. 110

   
 

Garmany, Frank C., lines inscribed by Woodrow Wilson in his autograph album, XVII: between pp. 120-121

   
 

Garrett, George, photograph by Alice Dunn, XXV: between pp. 20-21; scene from "Garden Spot U.S.A.," XXV: between pp. 20-21

   
 

Garrett, Robert, collection of manuscripts, selections from, III: between pp. 144-145, P- 135; IV: facing p. 109

   
 

Gerould, James Thayer, photograph, XIV: facing p. 92

   
 

Gest, Guion Moore, photograph, XV: facing p. 113

   
 

Gest Oriental library, Commander I. V. Gillis supervising packing of books for Gest collection, Peiping,

   
 

1930, XV: facing p. 120; Shili-kang Tung and Dr. Hu examining volume from Gest library, 1952, XV: facing p. 136; photograph of Guion Moore Gest, founder of library, XV: facing p. 113; fine bindings from Gest library displayed in 1952 Princeton exhibition, XV: facing p. j36; Chinese print, "Typesetters at Work" (Peking, 1774-94), XV: facing p. 129

   
 

Gillis, I. V., supervising packing of books for Gest collection, Peiping, 1930, XV: facing p. 120

   
 

Glackens, Louis M., "Lion Tamer," cartoon of Woodrow Wilson, VII: facing p. 18

   
 

Godwin, Parke, manuscript of "Progress of the 19th Century," XVIII: facing p. 39

   
 

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, portrait in crayon by Ludwig Sebbers, 1826, IV: facing p. 1

   
 

Goheen, Robert, with Dwight D. Eisenhower, j962, XXIII: between pp. 150-151

   
 

Gospels, manuscript, 9th cent., iith cent., 13th cent., III: between pp. 144-145

   
 

Grandville, jean, etching in S. Lavalette, Fables (Paris, 1847), V: between pp. 142-143

   
 

Gray, H. p., illustration for Washington Irving's Sketch Book (New York, 1864), XX: between pp. 24-25

   
 

Gray, Thomas, Christmas piece, 1727, XXII: 24

   
 

Greece, inscription from Athenian Agora, Biblia, VII, 1 [9]

   
 

Grilninger, Johann, illustrations of Stultifera Navis (1497), XXIII: between pp. 20-21

   
 

Guernsey Hall. See "Fieldwood"



 

H
 

Hakluyt, Richard, title-page of Virginia Richly Valized (London, 1609), X: facing p. 6

   
 

Hamilton, Sinclair, illustrations from collection of American woodcuts and wood engravings, VI: 106-112, 114, between pp. 122-123; XX: between pp. 8-9, 24-25, 32-33; bookplate for collection by Bruce Rogers, VI:100

   
 

Hardy, Thomas, Tess of the D'Urbervilles [London, 1891], bindings, XIX: between pp. 74-75

   
 

Harper, George McLean, portrait, XI: facing p. 59

   
 

Harvey S. Firestone Memorial Library, X: facing p. 147, facing p. 170

   
 

Hay, John, letter to Alexander Gunn, June 24, 1880, XVIII: between pp. 50-51

   
 

Hennessy, W. J., illustrations for Alfred Tennyson, Enoch Arden (Boston, 1865), XX: between pp. 24-25

   
 

Henry Holt and Company, selection of material from Holt archives, XIII: facing p. 208

   
 

Hermits of Mount Calvary, account book for October, 1787, XII: facing p. 28

   
 

Herrick, H. W., wood engraving after drawing by F. 0. C. Darley, VI: facing p. 107

   
 

Hodge, Charles, letter from Marquis de Lafayette, January 1827, VIII: between pp. 108-109

   
 

Hodge, William, photograph of, in Tarkington's play, The Man From Home, XVII: between pp. 16-17

   
 

Holbein, Hans, triumphal portal of Erasmus, XXIII: facing p. 80

   
 

Hollis, Thomas, devices on Hollis books at Princeton, inscription in John Locke, Two Treatises of Government (London, 1764), XX: between pp. 174-175

   
 

Holmes, Theodore, photograph, XXV: between pp. 20-21

   
 

Homer, Winslow, "Art Students and Copyists in the Louvre Gallery," 1867, XVII: pp. 228-229; "The Charge of the Light Brigade," 1, i:ig; "For a Wild Holiday," I, 1: 17; illustration for Festival of Song (New York, 1866), XX: between pp. 24-25; "There Sat Huldy All Alone," 1, 1:21; wood engraving by ChadlerDuran after Homer, VI: facing p. 123

   
 

Homerus, editio Princeps (Florence, 1488), Bude's copy, XVIII: facing pp. 4, 8

   
 

Hoppin, Augustus, wood engraving after Hoppin in R. Fellow, The Game of Croquet; Its Appointment and Laws (New York, 1866), VI: facing p. 122

   
 

The Horseinen of the Americas, XIV: facing p. 198

   
 

Houckgeest, A. E. van Braam, reception by the Viceroy, Canton, October 13, 1794, engraving in Voyage de I'Ambassade de la Compagnie des Indes Orientales Hollandaises (Philadelphia, 1797), XV: facing p. 184

   
 

Howard, J. H., wood engraving by Roberts after Howard in Major Jack Downing's Letters (New York, 1859) , VI: facing p. 123

   
 

Hu Shih, examining volume from the Gest library, 1952, XV: facing p. 136

   
 

Hugo, Victor, "Un Mot sur Georges [John] Brown," page of manuscript, XIV: facing p. 94

   
 

Humplary, Ozias, etching of Samuel Johnson by Mrs. Dawson Turner after Humphry, XXIV: facing p. 37

   
 

Hunt, William Morris, head of Thomas Couture, 1848, XVII: between pp. 228-229



 

I
 

Ibels, Henry-Gabriel, illustrations for cover of Les Demi-Cabots (Paris, 1896), XIII: facing p. 196

   
 

Ibn-al-Dubaythi, pages of Arabic manuscript on history of Baghdad, XXV: between pp. 150-151

   
 

Inner Temple Library after World War 11 bombing, II: facing p. 84

   
 

Irving, Washington, manuscript of "Illustration to the Legend of Prince Ahmed," XIV: facing p. 32; illustration by H. p. Gray for Sketch Book (New York, 1864), XX: between pp. 24-25

   
 

Ivy Hall, in Princeton, photograph, XX: between pp. 134-135



 

J
 

Janizary, from De Origine Imperii Turcorum (Wittenberg, 1560), XX:200

   
 

Jefferson, Thomas, account book, October, 1787, XII: facing p. 28; Portrait by Saint-Memin, XX: between pp. 182-183; letter to Isaac Zane, 8 November 1783, XVI: facing p. 157

   
 

Joannes Climacus, Saint, The Heavenly Ladder, manuscript, 11th cent., III: between pp. 144-145

   
 

Job, J. G., Anleitung zu denen curiosen Wissenschafften (Frankfurt, 1717), XIX: between pp. 8-9

   
 

John, the Evangelist, Initial "A," St. John writing his revelation from the Cantica Canticorum et Apocalipsim ... IX: facing p. 64

   
 

Johnson, Samuel, etching by Mrs. Dawson Turner, after Ozias Humphry, XXIV: facing p. 37

   
 

Johnston, David Claypoole, wood engraving, in Seba Smith, The Life and Writings of Major Jack Downing (Boston, 1833), VI: 112

   
 

Journal of the Proceedings of the Congress . . . September 5, 1774, title page showing "earliest device of the colonies," X: facing p. 120

   
 

Juvara, Filippo, drawing of a large hall, XVIII: between pp. 198-199



 

K
 

Kane, Grenville, incunabula froni collection of, XI: facing p. 26; portrait by Frank O. Salisbury, 1929, XI: facing p. 1

   
 

Keoktik, chief of the Satik tribe, in James O. Lewis, The Aboriginal Port-Folio (Philadelphia, 1835), XIX: between pp. 156-157; Keoktik's silver peace medal with its deerskin pouch, XIX: between pp. 156-157

   
 

Keppler, Joseph, Jr., "Second Yorktown," cartoon of Woodrow Wilson, VII: facing p. 18

   
 

Kingsley, Charles, Brave Words for Brave Soldiers and Sailors (1855), IX:44

   
 

Kinnell. Galway, photograph by Betty C. Brown, XXV: between pp. 20-21

   
 

Kipling, John Lockwood, "Illustration done in the solid" for his son's poem "What the People Said," letter to F. N. Doubleday concerning illustrations for the Outward Bound Edition, 22 January, 1897, sketches made during his son's convalescence, Lakewood, New Jersey, 24 April, 1899, XXII: between pp. 112-113

   
 

Kipling, Rudyard, "An Error in the Fourth Dimension," with revisions, 1898; corrected proof of Introduction to Outward Bound Edition, 1896; corrected proof of prospectus to Outward Bound Edition, 1896'XXII: between pp. 112-113

   
 

Koran, manuscript, 11th cent., III: between pp. 144-145

   
 

Kurdian, H., miniature of St. Luke by Toros Sargavak, 14th cent., from collection of, IV: facing p. 110



 

L
 

La Farge, John, illustration for Alfred Tennyson, Enoch Arden (Boston, 1865), XX: between pp. 8-9 and 2425

   
 

Lafayette, Marquis de, letter to Charles Hodge, January 1827, VIII: between pp. 108-109

   
 

Lansing, Garret, wood engraving, VI: facing p. 107

   
 

Lawrence, Thomas, engraving by Francesco Bartolozzi, 1799 (?) after sketch by Lawrence, XX: between pp. 144-145; pencil and wash sketch, perhaps by Lawrence, 1793, XX: between pp. 144-145

   
 

Lee, Robert E., letter to Jefferson Davis, j2 April, 1864, XVI: between pp. 168-169

   
 

Leland, Charles Godfrey, "About to move," sketch of corner of his room in Nassau Hall, I, 4:19

   
 

Leslie, Captain William, photograph of his gravestone in Pluckemin, New Jersey, churchyard, IX: facing p. 1

   
 

Lewes, G. H., letter to John Chapman, February 12, 1859, VIII: facing p. 8; XVII: between pp. 74-75

   
 

Library Place, in Princeton, Number 72, XXV: between pp. 184-185

   
 

Lincoln, Abraham, speech in Douglas campaign, manuscript, XVI: between pp. 176-177

   
 

Lo-ichs, Melchior, at his drawing board, in Konstantinopel unter Sultan Suleiman dem Grossen, XXII:94

   
 

Lotteries, for College of New Jersey, broadsides and tickets, XV: pp. 26, 34 and 36

   
 

Lowrie House (83 Stockton Street) , in Princeton, photograph, XX: between pp.134-135

   
 

Luke, Saint, miniature by Toros Sargavak, ca. 1311, IV: facing p. 110



 

M
 

McCormick, Cyrus H., portrait, X: facing p.1

   
 

Maclean, John, letter to William L. Dayton, December 2, 1862, XX: between pp. 144-145; photograph of, I, 4: facing p. 6; student's caricature of, I, 4: p. 9

   
 

McLenan, John, wood engraving by D. C. H. after McLenan in Maria Maxwell, Ernest Grey; or The Sins of Society (New York, 1855), VI: facing p. 107

   
 

Madison, James, portrait by Giuseppe Ceracchi, XXIV: facing p. 112

   
 

Mallarm6, St6phane, letter to Arthur Symons, XX: between pp. 86-87

   
 

Maps, Mason and Dixon map (1768), XVI: between pp. 96-97; Ruysch map of the world, in Ptoleiny, Geographia (Rome, 1507), XV: facing p. 102; Strasbourg, Conrad Morant's map (1548) and view in MiInster, Cosmography (Basel, 1574), XXII: facing p. 40; Northwest Passage, map attached to letter from Benjamin Franklin to Dr. Pringle, May 27, 1762, XIX: between pp. 32-33; "White Hills" map of New England in William Hubbard, Narrative (Boston, 1677), XIV: facing p. 180

   
 

Masters, Edgar Lee, on the Princeton campus, October 23, 1936, photograph, XIV: facing p. 8; sketch by Ivan Opffer, XIV: facing p. 1

   
 

Mather, Richard, woodcut by John Foster, ca. 1670, XVIII: facing p. 43

   
 

Matthew, Saint, miniature by Toros Sargavak, ca. 1311, IV: facing p. 109

   
 

Maverick, Peter, relief engraving, VI: facing p. 106

   
 

"Medary," Fern Rock, Philadelphia, photograph, XX: between pp. 134-135

   
 

Melville, Herman, first edition of Moby-Dick, XIII: facing p. 84; Melville's copy of Owen Chase's Narrative, XIII: between pp. So-81; Mobi -Dick 1851-1951, XIII: facing p. 47; modern illustrations for Moby-Dick, XIII: facing p. 108; Ustinov in Louis Coxe's film version of Billy Budd, XXV: between pp. 20-21

   
 

Mercer, General Hugh, "Death of General Mercer," sketch for "The Battle of Princeton," by John Trumbull, IX: facing p. 6

   
 

Mercer, William, "The Battle of Princeton," Historical Society of Pennsylvania, XIII: facing p. 171

   
 

Mercouroff [Merkurov, Sergey Dmitryevich], death mask of Leo Tolstoy, IV: facing p. 90

   
 

Meredith, William H., photograph by Daniel A. Lindley, Jr., XXV: facing p. 20

   
 

Merwin, William S., photograph by Rollie McKenna, XXV: between pp. 20-21

   
 

Miller, Samuel, portrait engraved by John Sartain after John Naegle, XIV: facing p. 70; portrait by Thomas Sully, 1812, XIV: facing p. 55

   
 

Milton, John, pastel attributed to William Faithorne, XXIII: facing p. 24, XXIV: between pp. 168-169; "The artist and his son in the presence of Milton," by Jonathan Richardson the Elder; engraving by George Vertue, 1725; Milton as a young man; Milton medal by Jean Dassier, XXIV: between pp. 168-69; title page and frontispiece portrait, Poems (London, 1645), II, 2: p. 49;

   
 

Miner, Henry C., portrait, XXV:219

   
 

Miscellanea Curiosa, title page with signature of John Witherspoon together with "W. Ramsay" and "Ja. Alexander," XI: facing p. 102

   
 

Montaigne, Michel de, portrait engraved by Pieter Clouwet in Les Essais (1659), 1, 2: facing p. 11

   
 

Morant, Conrad, map of Strasbourg, 1548, XXII: facing p. 40

   
 

More, Paul Elmer, photograph by Orren Jack Turner, 1928, XXII: facing p. 164

   
 

Morven, Stockton house in Princeton, VI: facing p. i; XXV: between pp. 184-185

   
 

Morven Place, in Princeton, number 12, XXV: between pp. 184-185

   
 

Milrister, Sebastian, view of Strasbourg in Cosmography (Basel, 1574), XXII: facing p. 40

   
 

Music, treatise by al-Farabi, X: facing n. 110



 

N
 

Naegle, John, portrait of Samuel Miller, engraved by John Sartain, XIV: facing p. 70

   
 

Napoleon 111, caricature by George Catlin, XVII: between pp. 228-229

   
 

Nassau Hall, "About to move," sketch by Charles Godfrey Leland of his room in Nassau Hall, 1, 4:19; "Aula Nassovica," engraving in The New American Magazine (March, 176o), XIV: between pp. 114-115; drawing by Thomas Campbell, class of 1818, XIV: between pp. 114-115; the library in Nassau Hall (1868), photograph, XIV: between pp. 114115; lithograph by J. H. Bufford (New York, 1837), XIV: between pp. 114-115, XXV: between pp. 184-185; "A North West Prospect of Nassaii Hall with a Front View of the President's House in New Jersey," engraving by Dawkins after Tennant (1764), XXV: between pp. 184-185; oil painting by F. Childs (ca. 1859), XIV: between pp. 114-115; painting by Jonathan Fisher (1807) after Dawkins engraving, VI: facing p. 153; photograph (1862), XX: between pp. 134-135; photograph by Orren Jack Turner (1950), XIV: facing p. 115; wood engraving from The Princeton Packet (1786), cover design for Chronicle, V-XXV, Passim

   
 

Nassau Inn, in Princeton, XXV: between pp. 184-185

   
 

Nassau Street, in Princeton, 1880's, XXV: between pp. 184-185

   
 

Nast, Thomas, wood engraving after Nast in N. Parker Willis' Sacred Poems (New York, 1860), VI: facing p. 123

   
 

Nero, miniature in, Suetonius, Vitae Duodecim Caesarmn, Kane manuscript 44, XIX: between pp. 8-9

   
 

Nizarni, Khamsah, miniature in manuscript, 15th cent., III: between pp. 144-145

   
 

Noll, Bink, The Center of the Circle, jacket designed by Ronald Clyne, XXV: between pp. 20-21

   
 

Northwest Passage, map attached to letter from Franklin to Dr. Pringle, May 27, 1762, XIX: between pp. 32-33

   
 

Notman, John, "Fieldwood" (Guernsey Hall) plan of grounds (1846), XXV: facing p. 185; photographs of buildings designed by, XX: between pp. 134-135; Notman's Nassau Hall, oil painting by F. Childs, circa 1859, XIV: between pp. 114-115; plans for "Prospect," 1849, XIV: betweeii pp. 114-115



 

O
 

O'Neill, Eugene, plans for Straw in page from notebook, IV: facing p. 86

   
 

Opffer, Iva.i, sketch of Edgar Lee Masters, 1941, XIV: facing p. 1

   
 

Osgood, lrene, Where Pharaoh Dreams: Being the Impressions of a Woman of Moods in Egypt, Philadelphia [1914], XIX: between pp. 76-77



 

P
 

Page, Benjainin, portrait of, by J. J. Audubon, 1819, XXI: between pp. 48-49

   
 

Parrish, Morris L., photograph, VIII: facing p. 1

   
 

Parrish room, in Firestone Library, XVII: between pp. 74-75

   
 

Patmore, Peter George, letter from John Scott, XVI: between pp. 16-17

   
 

Peale, Charles Willson, portrait of Ceorge Washington, VIII: facing p. 57; XIII: facing p. 172

   
 

Peale, James, "The Battle of Princeton," XIII: facing p. 171" "Washington at the Battle of Princeton," XIII: facing p. 172

   
 

Peale, Reiiibrandt, portrait of Mary (Field) Stockton, IV: facing p. 113

   
 

Philip VI, king of France, genealogy, detail from a 15th cent. manuscript, IX: facing p. 218

   
 

Phillips, Richard, mezzotint of Jonathan Belcher, XIV: facing p. 172

   
 

Pinkney, William, letter reqiiesting his recall from St. Petersburg, XXII: facing p. 184; page of Southard's letter on William Pinkney, XXTI: facing p. 176

   
 

Platzer, Josef, drawing for Mozart's The Magic Flute, XVIII: between pp. 194-195

   
 

Poems on Affairs of State, title-page, XXIV: facing p. 113

   
 

Pope, Alexander, receipts for Pope's Iliad, XXIV: facing p. 36

   
 

Portolano per tuti in nauichanti (Venice, 1490) , X: facing p. 42

   
 

Poster, World War L Third Liberty Loan, II:92

   
 

Presbyterian, First Church in Princeton, XXV: between pp. 184-185

   
 

Pi-inceton, battle of, painting by Williain Mercer, XIII: facing p. 171; painting by James Peale, XIII: facing p. 171; sketches for painting by John Trumbull, IX: facing p. 6, XII: facing pp. 1, 2, 4, XIX: between pp. 156-157; "Washington at the Battle of Princeton" by James Peale and by Charles Willson Peale, XIII: facing p. 172; sketch-plan, XIII:177; view of battleground by Benson J. Lossing, XIII:180

   
 

Princeton, buildings. See Alexander Street, Bainbridge House, Beatty House, Chancellor Green Library, Fieldwood (Guernsey Hall) , Harvey S. Firestone Memorial Library, Ivy Hall, Library Place, Lowrie House, Morven, Morven Place, Nassau Hall, Nassau Inn, Nassau Street, Presbyterian First Church, Prospect, Quaker Meeting Hotise, Saint Paul's Church, Thomas Olden House, Washington Arms

   
 

Princeton, The U. S. S., "The Awful Explosion of the 'Peace-Maker' on Board the Princeton," from a Currier lithograph issued in 1844, 1, 4: facing, p. 12; letter to Captain Stockton mailed from Siain (1845), V: facing p. 14

   
 

Princeton poets, publications of, XXV: between pp. 20-21

   
 

Princeton, programs for theatricals and other events, Civil War to 1887, IV: 12

   
 

"Prospect," in Princeton, watercolor by Maria Templeton, 1797; pencil drawing after 1810, from Templeton watercolor, XXV: between pp. 2o8209; Notman's plans for, XIV: between 114-115; photograph, XX: between pp. 134-135

   
 

Psalter, manuscript, 13th cent., III: between pp. 144-145

   
 

Pseudo-Bonaventura, Meditationi sopra la Passione [1496], XIV:160

   
 

Pucelle, Jean, miniature ascribed to in Durandus, commentary on Peter Lombard, manuscript, 1336, III: between pp. 144-145



 

Q
 

Quaker Meeting House, in Princeton, XXV: facing p. 184

   
 

Quenedey, Edme, sketch of the physiognotrace, XX: facing p. 183



 

R
 

Reade, Charles, cartoon in The Entr'Acte (October 7, 1882), XIX: between pp. 102-103; notebook for The Cloister and the Hearth, XVI: between PP- 38-39; page from manuscript of A Perilous Secret, XVII: between pp. 74-75

   
 

Remington, Frederic, "The Trail of the Shod Horse," 1907, IX:208

   
 

Richard II, great seal of, IX: facing p. 76

   
 

Richardson, Jonathan, the Elder, "The Artist and his Son in the Presence of Milton," XXIV: between pp. 168169

   
 

Ripley, George, scroll of alchemical eiilblems, XIX: between pp. 156-157

   
 

Rittcnhouse Orrery, photographs taken March, 1951, XII: facing p. 122

   
 

Rogers, Bruce, bookplate for Sinclair Hamilton Collection, Vl:100

   
 

Rohan, Marguerite de, portrait, perhaps by jean Fouquet, HI: between pp. 144-145

   
 

Rollins, Philip Ashton, portrait by John Young Hunter, IX: facing p. 177

   
 

Rothenstein, William, portrait of Aubrey Beardsley, 1897, XII: facing p. 67; portrait of John Davidson, 1894, XIII: facing p. 123

   
 

Rowlandson, Thomas, caricatures, "College Refreshment," (1815), II: facing p. 7; "The Pea Cart," II: facing p. io; "The Pavior's joy," II: facing p. 14; "The Dance of Death," II: facing p. 18

   
 

Ruskin, John, page from geology notebook, 1, 2: facing p. 1



 

S
 

Sadeler, Gilles, engraving in Fables d'Esope (Paris, 1689), V: facing p.139

   
 

Saint-Memin, Charles Fevret de, album of portraits presented to Henri Joliet, XIII: facing pp. 24 and 28; physiognotrace portrait of Jefferson, 1804, XX: between pp. 182-183

   
 

Saint Paul's Church, in Princeton, photograph, XXV: between pp. 184-185

   
 

Sargavak, Toros, miniatures by, IV: facing p. 109, 110

   
 

Sartain, John, engraving of Sainuel Miller after John Naegle, XIV: facing p. 70

   
 

Savonarola, Compendio di Revelatione

   
 

(1495), XIV:159

   
 

Sayre, Stephen, portrait, II:51

   
 

Schoonover, Frank E., illustration for Tomlinson's In the Hands of the Red Coats, III: facing p. 19; sketch of Canadian Trapper, III: facing p. 24

   
 

Schweitzer, Albert, EugMe Munch (Mulhouse, 1898), XIX: between pp. 156-157; program of organ recital given by Schweitzer for benefit of Ogowe Medical Mission, Paris, April 25, 1912, XXI: facing p. 250

   
 

Scott, John, letter requesting p. G. Patmore to be his second, XVI: between pp. 16-17

   
 

Scott, Sir Walter, Rob Roy, in first edition binding, VIII: facing p. 8

   
 

Seals, from ancient western Asia, XII: facing pp. 49, 52 and 54

   
 

Sebbers, Ludwig, portrait of Goethe, 1826, IV: facing p. 1

   
 

Sharples, James, portrait of Samuel Stanhope Smith, IV: facing p. 125

   
 

Sherman, William Tecumseh, letter to Eugene Casserly, February 10, 1868, XVI: facing p. 180

   
 

Smith, John, The Generall Historie of Virginia (London, j624), Huth and large paper copies, XI: facing p. 16

   
 

Smith, Samuel Stanhope, portrait by James Sharples, IV: facing p. 125

   
 

Solomon, initial "O" from manuscript Cantica Canticorum et Apocalipsim . . . IX: facing p. 66

   
 

Southard, Samuel L., letter on William Pinkney, XXII: facing p. 176

   
 

Sterner, Albert, portrait of Jonathan Sturges, 1912, XV: facing p. 1

   
 

Stevenson, Robert Louis, letter to James Henderson, February 3, 1886, XVII: between pp. 74-75

   
 

Stockton, Aniiis Boudinot, portrait attributed to Joseph Blackburn, VI: between pp. 6-7

   
 

Stockton, Mary (Field) , portrait by Rembrandt Peale, IV: facing p. 113

   
 

Stockton, Richard, portrait attributed to Joseph Blackburn, VI: between pp. 12-13

   
 

Stockton, Robert Field, commander of U.S.S. Princeton, letter to him mailed from Siam (1845), V: facing p. 14

   
 

Stoddard -Edwards porringer, by Edward Winslow, XV: facing p. 48

   
 

Strasbourg, map, 1548 by Conrad Morant; view of, Sebastian Munster, Cosmography (Basel, 1574), XXII:40

   
 

Street, Julian, portrait by James Montgomery Flagg, 1914, XXIII: facing p. 28; the Julian Street Library, XXIII: facing p. 66; bookplate by T. M. Cleland, XXIII:63

   
 

Strother, David Hunter, wood engraving by J. W. Orr after Strother, VI: facing p. 122

   
 

Sturges, Jonathan, portrait by Albert Sterner, 1912, XV: facing p. 1

   
 

Suetonius, Vitae Duodecim Caesarum, Kane manuscript 44, XI: facing p. 42; XIX: between pp. 8-9

   
 

Sully, Thomas, portrait of Samuel Miller, 1812, XIV: facing p. 55

   
 

Swan, Abraham, copper engraving of " earliest device of the colonies," in A Collection of Designs in Architecture (Philadelphia, 1775), X: facing p. 122

   
 

Swift, Jonathan, death masks of, XVI: 107

   
 

Symons, Arthur, photograph, XIV: facing p. 48; letter from St6phane Mallarm6, XX: between pp. 86-87



 

T
 

Tait, Arthur F., wood engraving by N. Orr and Company after Tait, VI: facing p. 122

   
 

Tamerlane, miniature, 18th cent., III: between pp. 144-145

   
 

Tarkington, Booth, page of manuscript, Seventeen, XVI: between pp. 52-53; page of manuscript, Clarence, XVII: between pp. 24-25; page of manuscript, The Magnificent Ambersons, XVIII: between pp. 58-59; photograph by Nicholson Brothers, XVI: between pp. 84-85; self-caricature, XVI: facing p. 79; William Hodge in Tarkington's The Man From Home, XVII: between pp. 16-17; design for Washington's Birthday program (1893), IX:93

   
 

Templeton, Maria, "Prospect," watercolor, 1797, XXV: between pp. 208-209

   
 

Tennyson, Alfred, page from Tennyson's copy of The Princess, with his corrections, Biblia, II, 1 (supplement)

   
 

Terence, "Figura Principalis," Comoediae (Strasbourg, 1496), XXIII: facing p. 21

   
 

Thackeray, William M., Jeames's Diary (New York, 1846), XVII: between pp. 74-75; Mrs. Perkins's Ball (1847), The Yellowplush Correspondence (1838) , VIII: between pp. 8-9

   
 

Theatre drawings, Albert M. Friend Collection, Josef Platzer, drawing for Mozart's The Magic Flute, XVIII: between pp. 194-195; Filippo Juvara, drawing for large hall, XVIII: between pp. 198-199

   
 

Thomas Olden House, in Princeton, photograph, XXV: facing p. 184

   
 

Tolstoy, Leo, death mask by Mercouroff, IV: facing p. 90

   
 

Torrence, Ridgely, photograph, XII: facing p. 103

   
 

Trinity College, Dublin, XIV: facing p. 114

   
 

Trollope, Anthony, The Macdermots (1847), first edition, original binding, VIII: between pp. 8-9

   
 

Trott, Benjamin, miniature of Nicholas Biddle, IX: facing p. 49

   
 

Trumbull, John, "Death of General Mercer," sketches for "The Battle of Princeton," IX: facing p. 6, XII: facing pp. 1, 2, 4, XIX: between pp. 156-157; Place Louis XV, 1786, XVII: between pp. 228-229; forgeries by Edouard Frossard, XXII: facing pp. 51, 54

   
 

Tschumi, Otto, illustration for Moby-Dick, XIII: facing p. 108

   
 

Tting, Shih-kang, and Dr. Hu cxainining a volume from the Gest library, 1952, XV: facing p. 136

   
 

Turner, Mrs. Dawson, etching of Samuel Johnson after Ozias Humphry, XXIV: facing p. 37



 

U
 

Ustinov, Peter, in film version of "Billy Budd," XXV: between pp. 20-21



 

V
 

Vedder, Elihu, illustration for Alfred Tennyson, Enoch Arden (Boston, 1865), XX: between pp. 24-25

   
 

Verdizotti, G. M., Cento Favole Bellissime (Venice, 1661) , V:145

   
 

Vergil, woodciits from Opera (Strasbourg, Grilninger, 1502), XXI: facing p. j87, between 194-195, XXIII: facing p. 21; woodcut from Aeneid (Frankfurt, 1559), XXI: between 194-195; scene from Aeneid, Limoges enamel (ca. 1525-30), XXI: 194-195; title-page Bucolics (Paris, ca. 1498), VIII: 193

   
 

Vertue, George, engraving of John Milton, 1725, XXIV: between pp. 168-169

   
 

Victorian book bindings, XXIV: between pp. 96-97

   
 

Virginia, title-page of A True Declaration of the Estate of the Colonie in Virginia . . . (1610) , title-page of Hakluyt, Virginia Richly Valued ... (1609), X: facing p. 6

   
 

Vizetelly, Henry, Extracts Principally from English Classics (London, 1888), p. [11], XXIII: facing p. 58

   
 

Voltaire, Candide, title-page of first edition (1759), fleurons from early editions, XX: between pp. 86-87



 

W
 

Wallace, Horace Binney, title-page of Art, Scenery and Philosophy in Europe (Philadelphia, 1855), title-page of Stanley (Philadelphia, 1838), XXV: between pp. 142-143

   
 

War letters, Thirty Years War, War of 1812, V: facing p. 24

   
 

Warner, Olin L., "A Casualty of the street fighting during the Commune, Paris, 1871," identification paper as a volunteer in the Legion des Amis de la France, XVII: between pp. 228-229

   
 

Washington, George, portrait by Charles Willson Peale, VIII: facing P- 57; "View of the triumphal arch . . . at Trenton . . . . April 2ist, 1789," in The Columbian Magazine (May, 1789), "Washington entering Trenton," in Benson J. Lossing, Washington and the American Republic (i86o) , VII: facing p. 19

   
 

Washington Arms, in Princeton, photograph, XXV: between pp. 184-185

   
 

West Chester and Philadelphia Rail Road, broadside (ca. 1848), V:iig

   
 

Whistler, janies McNeill, title-page for "French Set" of his etchings, 1858, XVII: between pp. 228-229

   
 

White Hill, Fieldsbotough-on-the- Delaware, home of John Field of New Jersey, IV: between pp. 114-115

   
 

Whitman, Walt, caricature, in The Fifth Avenue journal (1872), III: facing p. 1; interior views of Whitman's Camden home, III: facing p. 12; letter from Peter Doyle, III: facing p. 8; manuscripts representing differences in Whitman's handwriting between 1855 and 18go, III: facing p. 4; Whitman during the Civil war, photograph by Mathew Brady, III: facing p. 16

   
 

Wightman, Thomas, woodcut in Williain Sheldon, History of the Heathen Gods (ca. 1810), VI:109

   
 

Williams, Jesse Lynch, maniiscript of Why Marry?, XXII: facing p. 188

   
 

Wilmot, John, Second Earl of Rochester, title-page of Poems on Several Occasions, (Antwerp, 1680), VIII: facing p. 172

   
 

Wilson, Gil, illustration for Moby-Dick, XIII: facing p. 108

   
 

Wilson, Woodrow, bust by Jo Davidson, VII: between pp. 5-7; corrected typescript of inaugural address (1913), Biblia, I, 2, insert; XVII: facing p. 144; letter to Robert Lansing, November 5, 1916, short-hand draft and typescript, XXIII: between pp. 166-167; license to practice law in the State of Georgia, October ig, 1882, XVII: facing p. 128; lines inscribed in class autograph album of Frank C. Garmany '79, XVII: facing p. 120; photograph of, XII: facing p. 14; political cartoons of, VII: facing p. 7 and p. 18; sesquicentennial orator, 1896, photograph, XVII: facing p. 168

   
 

Winslow, Edward, Stoddard-Edwards porringer, XV:48

   
 

Witherspoon, John, signature on titlepage of Miscellanea Curiosa, together with "W. Ramsay" and "Ja. Alexander," XI: facing p. 102

   
 

Wolgemut, Michael, woodcut, "The Exploits of Samson" in Schatzbehalter (Nuremberg, Anton Koberget, 1491), XVI: between pp. 152-153

   
 

Woodlawn. See Fieldwood

   
 

Woodrow, Harriet Augusta, photograph, XII: facing p. 14

   
 

Wright, Joseph, "A Lecture On the Orrery," 1768, VI: facing p. 46



 

Y
 

The Yellow Book, volume III, design for front cover by Aubrey Beardsley, XII: facing p. 72

   
 

Young, Mahonri, Cafe du Dome, Montparnasse, 1923, XVII: between pp. 228-229

 

 



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