Princeton University History
Collections with Divisional Holdings
Women's Center Records
The Women's Center records contain materials collected and created by the Women's Center which relate to its mission of promoting the empowerment of women on Princeton's campus. These include subject files on various topics, articles and memoranda as well as files and memorabilia on events and programs sponsored by the Women's Center.
Box one contains twentieth-century articles about the lotteries, as well as materials from a 1954 University Library exhibit on the lotteries. Boxes two and three contain eighteenth-century lottery documents about the following five lotteries: the Philadelphia Lottery (1749-1750), the Connecticut Lottery (1753-1754), the New Jersey College Lottery (1761), the New Jersey College Lottery (1763-1764), and the Delaware Lottery (1772-1774). All drawings were held in the locations specified except the New Jersey College Lottery of 1761, which was held in Philadelphia.
Admission Office Records
Consists of a documentary record of Princeton University admission policy divided
into chronological timeframes and includes material such as entrance exams and
requirements, press releases, admission booklets, pamphlets, reports, sample
correspondence and statistics. Series 5, Confidential Reports and Minutes
(Redacted), 1931-1969, consists of reports and minutes that were selected and
Princeton Crusader Fellowship records
Consists of member lists, constitutions, speeches, articles, newsletters, and
correspondence of the Princeton Crusader Fellowship. Also included is a bound
autograph book, signed by most members of the organization from its founding until
1976 and featuring pictures of some of the more recent members.
Historical Photograph Collection: Slides series
Consists of several hundred lantern slides and 35mm slides containing images of Princeton University, primarily the campus and buildings, but also students, faculty and staff. Includes slide shows associated with specific Princeton classes, for example, the class of 1912, as well as slide shows used to promote the university to external audiences, for example, during recruitment trips in the 1970s.
Tiger Hockey Email Newsletters
The collection consists of email newsletters written by the Cranes for the families and fans of the Princeton men's hockey team. The newsletters contain synopses of hockey games, photographs of games, players and fans, and links to other sources of information on Princeton men's hockey.
Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students Records
The records of the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students contain correspondence with other administrators and students, memoranda, press releases, subject files of clippings and notes, pamphlets, and brochures. As a high-level University administrator, some of this material is duplicated in other University Archives collections. The records primarily document the Dean's supervision of student organizations and participation on committees; however, there are also files dedicated to disciplinary infractions, athletics, and almost any topic which in some way pertains to students.
Frustrated Administrators Committee Records
Consists of meeting announcements and a brief history of the Frustrated
Progressive Review Subject File
This collection contains flyers, various committee reports and minutes, proposals, clippings, correspondence, judicial proceedings, personal notes, a video, and ephemera. The materials in Series 1, Organizations and Individuals, and Series 2, General, are largely independent from the magazine itself. These records are a compilation from various organizations and people, most unaffiliated with the publication or operating in a different capacity. Series 3, Correspondence File of John G.
Department of Classics records
Consists of the records of the Department of Classics from the late 19th and early 20th century. Materials include three bound volumes containing the minutes of the graduate classics club, the classical seminary, and departmental reports. Also in the collection are bound senior theses from 1894-1910, and correspondence of the classics department graduate committee.
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