Category: Digital Collections

  • Woodrow Wilson and the Eating Clubs

    Written by Anna Rubin ’15 We are pleased to announce another newly digitized collection: the Woodrow Wilson Correspondence in the Office of the President Records. Wilson was president of Princeton University from 1902-1910, Governor of New Jersey 1911-1913, and U.S. President 1913-1921. This collection contains correspondence between Wilson and University faculty, administrators, alumni, and parents, […]

  • Behind the Scenes: Early Princeton University Trustee Minutes in High Resolution

    The Princeton University Archives at the Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library is continually working to make more materials available in a digital format for ease of use and access. A large scale project of both photographing and scanning the Trustee Minutes of the University has been an ongoing task. Currently, the Board of Trustees Minutes. Volumes […]

  • The University Archives and its Focus on Fixity

    The Council of State Archivists (CoSA) has designated today as Electronic Records Day and we’d like to use this occasion to provide updates about our efforts to preserve and provide access to born-digital archival records within the University Archives. I wrote about born-digital records in a previous blog post, but as a reminder, challenges unique […]

  • WWI European Pamphlet Collection Now Available Online

    Written by Elizabeth Bennett 1914: War Breaks Out in Europe! We are pleased to announce the availability of a large digital collection of pamphlets documenting World War I in Europe. These pamphlets were collected by the Princeton University Library starting from the outbreak of the war, as part of a larger European War Collection, and […]

  • Class of 2013 Senior Theses Now Available on DataSpace

    UPDATE, June 2, 2014: Class of 2013 Senior Theses are now available for viewing and download at the public computers at the Mudd Manuscript Library. Class of 2014 Senior Theses will be available throughout the Princeton University network by September 2014, with the exception of a small number of theses that are temporarily restricted, or […]

  • Mudd Library Awarded Grant to Provide Global Access to Records of the Cold War

    by: Maureen Callahan The historian John Lewis Gaddis, author of a 2012 Pulitzer Prize-winning biography of George Kennan, has stated that the Mudd Library holds “the most significant set of papers for the study of modern American history outside of federal hands.” This may be true, but is often only relevant to researchers who have the resources […]