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Dulles Reading Room CLOSED Monday and Tuesday December 24 and 25 OPEN Wednesday to Friday December 26 to 28 CLOSED Monday and Tuesday December 31 to January 1 Regular Reading Room Hours Monday to Friday, 9-4:45 pm Galleries (Main, Milberg, Cotsen) …
Anonymous armorial bookplate of Sir Edward Bysshe (1615-1679). Arms: Bysshe and Clare, quarterly dimidiated, impaling Green. Sir Edward Bysshe, Garter King of Arms, married Margaret, daughter of John Green of Boyshall, co. Essex; died 1679. Motto: Prudens Simplicitas.
by: Maureen Callahan The historian John Lewis Gaddis, author of a 2012 Pulitzer Prize-winning biography of George Kennan, has stated that the Mudd Library holds “the most significant set of papers for the study of modern American history outside of federal hands.” …
“This beautiful and romantic islet is situated in the most picturesque part of the Thames, between the Willows and Maidenhead Bridge; it is the favored resort of aquatic parties in the vicinity of Windsor, and is a delightful resting place …
All kinds of East Indian cottons and Dutch linen cambric, linen goods [or linen drapery], calico [or muslin] and white-linen tape for sale: in Hamburg by the wall, at Jacob Kops.
The Council of the Friends of the Princeton University Library invites you to a storytelling by Susan Danoff ’75 & Tara McGowan ‘90 in honor of the Bicentary of the publication of Grimms’ Fairy Tales on Sunday, December 9, 2012 at 3:30pm in …
“Thereupon Marcus Curtius, … mounted on a horse caparisoned with all possible splendour, he plunged fully armed into the gulf” Livy, The History of Rome, Book 7, Chapter 6, illustrated in Sixteen Humourous Designs, to Illustrate Virgil, Horace, and Livy.
Come see this exhibit at Firestone in the Milberg Gallery – “The Election for Woodrow Wilson’s America”. And this exhibit in the Main Gallery – “First X, Then Y, Now Z: Landmark Thematic Maps” .
In this presentation, Javier Guerrero examines the relationship between archive and plasticity through an exploration of the archive of the Cuban writer Reinaldo Arenas, housed at the Firestone Library.
by: Amanda Pike A penumbral lunar eclipse took place earlier this morning, the last of four eclipses observed this year. Unfortunately, here in Princeton, the eclipse was not visible since it began after moonset.
Recently added to the Robert F. Metzdorf Collection of Victorian Bookbindings : Thomas Moore, Irish Melodies, (London: Longman & Co., 1846). Call number: ExMe 3864.9.349.13.
GALLERIES (Main, Milberg, and Cotsen) Wednesday, 11/21/12 9-5 pm Thursday, 11/22/12 CLOSED Friday, 11/23/12 12-5 pm (Normal hours will resume for the galleries on Saturday, 11/24/12 and Sunday, 11/25/12 from 12-5 pm.) DULLES READING ROOM Wednesday, 11/21/12 9-4:45 pm Thur
The new policy for the Publication, Access, and Embargoing of Doctoral Dissertations, which was approved on May 14, 2012, is now in full effect.
UPDATE!! Following the Princeton Victory over Yale this weekend we will have yet another BONFIRE this Sunday, November 24th at 7pm. In the meantime, check out our blog from last year about the history of the tradition.
Please join LETC and John Delaney for a tour of the current exhibit in the main exhibition gallery at Firestone Library, “First X, Then Y, Now Z: Landmark Thematic Maps”. We will meet in the main exhibition gallery at Firestone.
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