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Princeton University Archives

Collected by: Princeton University Library

Archived since: Dec, 2014


Housed within the Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library, the Princeton University Archives consists of over 15,000 linear feet of materials including both paper and electronic records, as well as photographs and other audiovisual materials that document the history of Princeton University. The University Archives is also the repository for Princeton senior theses and doctoral dissertations. To find more archival holdings within the Princeton University Archives and the Princeton University Library, consult our finding aids at

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Title: Humanities Council


Description: This website, which is intended for the general public and Princeton students, contains information about the Humanities Council formerly known as The Council of the Humanities. The Humanities Council was founded in 1953 at Princeton University to foster teaching, research and intellectual exchange. This website contains information about the 16 humanities departments and the 30+ interdepartmental centers, programs, and committees that the Humanities Council supports. To find more archival records of the Humanities Council, visit the collection’s finding aid at

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