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Guide to Princeton-Related Theater Collections Now Online

Princeton students in The Honorable Julius Caesar, the 1892-1893 Triangle Club production. From AC122 Triangle Club Records box 93.

Annual Report 2011: Major Activities in Processing of the Public Policy Papers

As a continuation of our series on our 2011 Annual Report, please see a description of major activities in processing of the Public Policy Papers: The main focus of Public Policy Papers processing in FY2011 was the NHPRC-funded ACLU grant …

Annual Report 2011: Major Activities in Technical Services

As a continuation of our series on our 2011 Annual Report, please see a description of major activities in technical services: Fiscal Year 2010 was a transitional year in Mudd Library Technical Services, with Christie Peterson and Maureen Callahan hired …

Annual Report 2011: Major Activities in Public Services

As a continuation of our series on our 2011 Annual Report, please see a description of our major activities in public services: In the past year, the staff of the Mudd Manuscript Library served 1,934 patrons, 212 of whom had …

Annual Report 2011: Introduction and Summary

As part of our ongoing effort to improve access to our collections and promote awareness of the Mudd Manuscript Library, we are pleased share a series of blog posts drawn from our annual report for fiscal year 2011 (which ran …

A Princeton Degree For a Yalie: George H.W. Bush Visits Princeton, 1991

On May 10, 1991, President George H.W. Bush came to Princeton’s campus to receive an honorary Doctor of Laws degree and dedicate the University’s Social Science Complex.

Marks in Children’s Books

Marks that readers make in their books has been an area of interest to book historians for some time, particularly since Roger Stoddard’s 1985 Marks in Books.  They provide evidence of how people actually used their books and what they thought about …

Marks in Children’s Books

Marks that readers make in their books has been an area of interest to book historians for some time, particularly since Roger Stoddard’s 1985 Marks in Books.  They provide evidence of how people actually used their books and what they thought about …

Lobby Case Exhibition on Moe Berg

Update — Back by popular demand! The Moe Berg Lobby Case Exhibition can be once again viewed in the lobby of the Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library through August 31st, 2012.

Lobby Case Exhibition on Moe Berg

Primarily known as a Major League catcher and coach, Morris “Moe” Berg was also a spy for the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in World War II, as well as a lawyer, linguist, and Princeton graduate.

Recent History of the Princeton University Library Catalog

The following essay by Richard J. Schulz, Associate University Librarian for Technical Services, was prepared in conjunction with the announcement that Firestone Library’s card catalog will be disassembled this summer.

New Public Policy Accessions: May – June 2011

There’s a scene in a documentary about the French philosopher Jacques Derrida where Derrida visits UC Irvine (where he had donated his personal papers).

Costigliola selected to edit Kennan Diaries

Noted diplomatic historian Frank Costigliola of the University of Connecticut has been selected to edit the diaries of George F. Kennan, the renowned 20th century diplomat, historian, and public intellectual. Professor Costigliola holds a Ph.D.

University Records Manager Creates Blog

Attention Mudd blog readers — Princeton University Records Manager Anne Marie Phillips has created a new blog.

University Records Manager Creates Blog

Attention Mudd blog readers — Princeton University Records Manager Anne Marie Phillips has created a new blog.

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