In this week’s installment of our ongoing series bringing you the history of Princeton University and its faculty, students, and alumni, ABC features the campus in a documentary about gay activism, a train passes through advertising the benefits of living in Florida, and more.
June 7, 1977—A discussion between gay activists and Princeton students is featured in a documentary on ABC.
June 8, 1990—DeNunzio Pool is set to be dedicated, but does not open on schedule. It will open in September 1990.
June 9, 1890—“Florida on Wheels,” a special train car, demonstrates what life in Florida might have to offer to Princeton residents.
June 10, 1909—The Class of 1909 hosts a dinner for Woodrow Wilson to thank him for his service to Princeton.
For last week’s installment in this series, click here.
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