Home to the Program in Latin American Studies, Aaron Burr Hall now features an exhibit on the second and third floors, displaying primary source materials from PUL’s unique Latin American Ephemera Collection. In honor of the Latin American Studies Program’s 50th anniversary, the exhibit highlights the complexity and diversity of Latin America in a broad manner, much like the ephemeral collection it stems from.
Collection of illustrated catalogs offering products for direct sale to consumer, from late 18th century to present day. Useful for the study of popular culture, material culture, social norms and attitudes, as well as the history of marketing, business, and technology. Includes capsule histories of important retail companies.
We are pleased to announce the release of Princeton University Library's mission and vision statements.
Database, largely full-text searchable database of 7,000 Chinese local gazetteers from the National Library of China.
Newspapers published by communist, socialist, and Marxist organizations in the English-speaking world, addressing issues such as labor conditions, the working class, McCarthyism, labor unions, the and civil rights
Papers of the youth-oriented leftist organization, which organized activism for civil rights and against the Vietnam War.