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Introducing the Special Collections Blog

As we recently told you in our post explaining the refreshed design of this blog, those interested in the Public Policy Papers can find our future writing about them in a new place. We are pleased to introduce you to the all-new Special Collections blog!

Historical Photograph Collection, Campus Life Series (AC112), Box MP04, Item No. 66

Our posts about the history of Princeton University will stay here, while future posts about the Public Policy Papers will move to the new site. They will appear alongside posts about the other diverse materials that are part of Special Collections at Princeton University Library, housed both at Mudd Library and at Firestone Library. These include the Cotsen Children’s Library, Graphic Arts, Historic Maps, Manuscripts, Numismatics, Rare Books, the Scheide Library, and Western Americana.

We hope we’ll see you there!

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