History of the
Princeton University Library
Documents and Pictures



[] Historic images
[] Shelf and ownership marks of the Library
[] 1746-1800 - William S. Dix on the Library during the 18th Century
[] 1760 - Catalogue of the Books in the Library of the College of New-Jersey, January 29, 1760 compiled by Samuel Davies
[] 1810 to 1987 - Acquisitions, compiled from annual reports and other listings
[] 1873 - William Cullen Bryant speech reprinted in PULC vol 24 no. 3
[] 1873 to 1890 - Frederic Vinton memorandum book relating to the Library [transcribed from manuscript]
[   ] 1876 - Princeton entires in the 1876 Centennial survey of libraries in the US
[] 1879 - Frederic Vinton 'College of New Jersey Library'
[   ] 1880-1895 - Students write about the Princeton library
[] 1898 - E.C. Richardson 'University Library'
[   ] 1898 - 'Seminaries held in the University Library'-Faculty report, adopted regulations, and same for 1908
[] 1900 - E.C. Richardson 'Reorganization of the Princeton Library'
[] 1905 - 'The University Library in 1905' from The Handbook of Princeton
[] 1950s - Alexander D. Wainwright on the Parrish Collection
[] 1970 - Earle E.Coleman 'Department of Rare Books and Special Collections'
[] 1975 - William S. Dix 'Princeton University Library'
[] 1986 - President's annual report focusing entirely on the Library




 Last modified 11 November 2005