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Honore Theodore Paul Joseph D’Albert Duc de Luynes (1802-1867), Voyage d’exploration à la Mer Morte, à Petra, et sur la Rive Gauche du Jourdain [= Expedition to the Dead Sea, Petra, and the Left Bank of the Jordan] (Paris: Arthus Bertrand, n.d. [ca.1868-74]).
Several years ago, while renovating Firestone Library, a canvas was found abandoned inside a temporary wall. The enormous painting of a Chinese bonsai tree could not be identified and was placed in our painting storage vault. Until now.
By Carter Mulroe ’20 The freshman vs.
The Progress of the Union Armies. What the Rebels Claimed in 1861. What They Hold in 1863 ([New York, August 1863]). Graphic Arts Collection GAX 2020- in process This rare American Civil War broadside is thought to have been published in the late Summer of 1863.
Introducing our newest virtual offering, One to One, a program that proudly mentors and encourages young writers to explore their voices!
J.J. Audubon spent his life tracking and painting all the birds in America. Edward Curtis spent the majority of his adult life photographing the Indians of North America.
In this week’s installment of our recurring series bringing you the history of Princeton University and its faculty, students, and alumni, Mudd Library opens, Virginia sends the college a map, and more. September 7, 1976—Seeley G.
High noon at the Whitney Museum of American Art, week 2 open to the public. Aaron Douglas, Into Bondage, 1932. Diego Rivera, Flower Festival: Feast of Santa Anita, October 13, 1931 Charles Demuth, My Egypt, 1927 Alexander Calder’s Circus
Politicians frequently use animals to symbolize their party, currently a donkey for the Democrats and an elephant for Republicans.
Returning to school this fall has been bewildering for students, parents, teachers, and staff. Here’s a post about school books from the past whose illustrations suggest that the process of education has never been especially orderly or free from distractions. …
Giovanni Palazzi, De Dominio Maris, Libri Duo. Serenissimae Venetae Reipublicae dicati. Venice: Combi & La Nou, 1663.
George Morgan White Eyes, Racial Theory at Princeton, and Student Financial Aid in the Eighteenth Century
In 1779, a group of Delaware set up camp on Prospect Farm, owned by George Morgan, along a dirt walkway that separated them from the campus of the College of New Jersey, as Princeton University was named until 1896.
The Chilean-born visual poet Guillermo Deisler (1940-1995) was imprisoned in 1973 under the Pinochet government before being exiled to France, Bulgaria, and finally Germany.
In this week’s installment of our recurring series bringing you the history of Princeton University and its faculty, students, and alumni, alumnae celebrate the completion of a cross-country fundraising bike ride with a dip in the Fountain of Freedom, an …
Recently two paper sample cabinets owned by Elmer Adler (1884-1962) came back from off-site storage to our vaults, including this one housing sample books from the Alling & Cory Company.
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