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Tag: J. D. Salinger

  • This Week in Princeton History for January 23-29

    This Week in Princeton History for January 23-29

    In this week’s installment of our recurring series, Princeton seeks to build housing for married students, locals consider the merits of slavery in the South, and more. January 23, 1946—Princeton University requests an amendment to local zoning regulations in order to build a “garden-type housing project” to accommodate 150 to 170 families. The proposed housing will…