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This zebra is so handsome and dashing...right down our story time zip line! But can he outrun the lion, who is also headed for the finish line?
By April C. Armstrong *14 In this week’s installment in our recurring series, Princeton’s colors are controversial, a farmer seeks help finding a poultry thief, and more. November 27, 1888—San Francisco’s Daily Evening Bulletin summarizes remarks made by David R.
By April C. Armstrong *14 In this week’s installment in our recurring series, military pilots have high praise for Princeton, an alum writes about new dangers in Paris, and more. November 20, 1830—In a fictional tale in the New York Mirror, Emma C.
Vivie Wivie Redesigns The Flapper’s Magazette: More Issues of a Child-Made Manuscript Magazine Acquired
Our favorite girl journalist resurfaced miraculously a few weeks ago, when the New Jersey antiquarian bookseller Between the Covers offered Cotsen two issues of The Flapper’s Magazine edited by “V.
Princeton aficionados of Shakespeare, including me, can take satisfaction that his works have been on campus for probably as long as the University has existed in Princeton, if not before.
Come see tales transformed at "Once Upon New Times: Reimagining Children's Classics," currently on display at the Cotsen Children's Library!
By April C. Armstrong *14 In this week’s installment of our recurring series, a Philadelphia newspaper denounces New Jersey officials for not being more supportive of Princeton, a new roof is controversial, and more.
During the first two decades of the nineteenth century, the picture book came into its own in England. This period of extraordinary fertility was dubbed “the dawn of levity” by F. J.
Share a soft ghostly glow with a spirited little friend! This was a very simple project and activity, but a total story time favorite! And just LOOK at this vibrant book cover!
Sir Thomas Phillipps – Illustrations of his distinguishing marks of ownership in books and manuscripts from the Phillipps Library
Supplementing examples posted by Peter Kidd on his website ‘Manuscripts/Provenance,’ in the entry for Sir Thomas Phillipps http://www.manuscripts.org.uk/manuscripts/provenance/collecto
In this week’s installment of our recurring series, students mourn the loss of four in their class, a Philadelpha newspaper responds to Princeton’s president, and more.
Happy Halloween everyone! October 31st is certainly about candy, yes. But here at the Cotsen Children's Library, it's also about COSTUMES.
In this week’s installment of our recurring series, major renovations bring indoor plumbing to all dorm residents, a self-identified “group of queers” refuses to be silenced, and more.
Madame Coco shares her home with five dogs, the bull terriers Nico, Fanny, Claude, Daisy, and Rose. This little family knows how to throw a party!Madame Coco is the planner, having had lots of experience on rainy days when she …
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