New Accessions at the Mudd Library: December 2008 – January 2009

The list below includes information on items and collections accessioned in December 2008 and January 2009. There were 17 Princeton University Archives accessions added to our collections during this period. As always, anyone interested in additional information about the accessions listed below should contact the library through our general email account mudd@princeton.edu.

Princeton University Archives

Among the University Archives accessions for this period was an accrual for the Program in Latin American Studies Records, 1949-2008 [AR.2008.162]. The Program was founded in 1966 as an interdisciplinary course of study to supplement undergraduate and graduate curriculum. The Program in Latin American Studies Records documents the program from its beginnings to the present day.

AC249

Additional Accessions Include:

Peter B. Lewis Library Bookmark, 2008

AR.2008.155

Correspondence of Harry Zebulon O’Brien, Class of 1899, Additions

AR.2008.156

James McCosh Letter, 1878

AR.2008.157

Three Score and Nine, Recollections and Reflections of Cornelius P. Trowbridge, 1898-1967

AR.2008.158

Arthur C. Eschenlauer Correspondence and Memorabilia, 1952-1956

AR.2008.159

Miscellaneous Princeton Publications, 1947-1999

AR.2008.160

Class of 1944 Alumni Indices, 1944-1961

AR.2008.161

Scrapbook of Gilbert N. McMillan, Class of 1890, and Photographs, 1888-1890, 1918

AR.2008.163

Photograph Album of William Alsop Bours, Class of 1904, 1900-1904

AR.2009.001

Scrapbook of Weld Merrick Stevens, Class of 1904, and Stevens Family Journal, 1898-1904

AR.2009.002

Thomas Meeker Papers on Admission to Princeton University, 1949-1956

AR.2009.003

Lewis Library Dedication Materials and Miscellaneous Library Brochures, 2008

AR.2009.004

Life Begins at Eighty, An Autobiography by Richard Esterbrook McConnell, Class of 1946, circa 2005

AR.2009.005

Library Handbooks, 1976-1983

AR.2009.006

Professor John Wheeler Memorial Reception DVD, 2008

AR.2009.007

Lectures on Criticism by John Witherspoon, 1794 (currently undergoing preservation treatment)

AR.2009.008