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Although campus and Firestone Library are open, the Dulles Reading Room in Rare Books and Special Collections will remain closed on Thursday November 1, 2012 due to power outages related to Hurricane Sandy. Please consult the Library website for information ab
Is there any truth to the story that a commercial for Adlai Stevenson’s campaign interrupted an episode of “I Love Lucy” and cost him the 1952 election?
The Dulles Reading Room in Special Collections will be closed on Wednesday, 31 October 2012 due to power outages related to Hurricane Sandy. Please consult the Library website for information about hours for Wednesday.
The Dulles Reading Room in Special Collections will be closed on Tuesday, 30 October 2012. Please consult the Library website for information about hours for Tuesday.
The Princeton University Library, including the Dulles Reading Room in Special Collections, will be closed on Monday, 29 October 2012. Please consult the Library website, for information about hours for Tuesday.
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By Brett Tomlinson on October 26, 2012 10:50 AM, Princeton Alumni Weekly Blog Princeton has nearly 150 years of intercollegiate-athletics history, and the games played in the Internet age represent a relatively small slice.
In light of the Trustees Ad Hoc Committee on Diversity that is working to develop recommendations for strategies to attract and retain more diverse campus community members, (including people of color and women, in areas where the University’s efforts to …
“Aula Nassovica.” Copperplate engraving, 3.75 x 6.25 inches. Artist and engraver unknown. Illustration opposite p. 104 of New American Magazine, No. XXVII (March 1760), Woodbridge, in New Jersey: Printed and sold by James Parker.
Wrappers for skeins of ‘nun’s thread’ – a “finer thread, called ounce or nun’s thread, from its having formerly been made by nuns in France and Flanders” (A.J. Warden, The Linen Trade, Ancient and Modern (1867), p. 539).
Ream wrapper for ‘fine’ (fyn = fijn) grade paper made by Lubertus van Gerrevink. ❧ W.A. Churchill, Watermarks in paper in Holland, England, France, etc. in the XVII and XVIII centuries, (1935), p.
Dr. Mark Monmonier from Syracuse University to be Speak on “First X, Then Y…” Exhibition on October 21, 2012 at 3 pm
Join us on Sunday, October 21, at 3 p.m., in 101 McCormick to hear Dr.
The Mudd Library is pleased to announce that the final two series of the third subgroup of American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) records have been processed, and that the entire collection has been addressed is now available to the public.
Malcolm Warnock the oldest known living Princeton undergraduate alumnus of all time has passed away at the age of ______.
First two parts of Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street [London, ca. 1880]. The Library’s copy is complete in 48 illustrated parts, totaling 576 pages. Call number: (Ex) Item 6220613q.
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