Building Exhibits in Digital PUL

Building Exhibits in Digital PUL

A Guide for Curators and the Curious

Digital PUL (DPUL) is a collections showcase, that provides a user-friendly interface for our ever-growing number of thematic digital collections and exhibitions. This

Dissidents and Activists in Sri Lanka, 1960s to 1990s

Dissidents and Activists in Sri Lanka, 1960s to 1990s

"Dissidents and Activists in Sri Lanka, 1960s to 1990s" is a collection of ephemera curated by the American Institute for Lankan Studies, hosted by PUL, and federated

Archiving the American West

Archiving the American West

This exhibition highlights six research projects completed by the students of Archiving the American West (HIS 431), an experimental course first offered at Princeton

Rose Early, Grass Scarce

Rose Early, Grass Scarce

Writing the Journey into the Nineteenth Century American West

Beginning in the 1840s, hundreds of thousands of people headed West from the United States into its territories and beyond. Many left behind detailed journals and wrote

Capturing Feathers

Capturing Feathers

An Imaging Journal of Digitized Collections

"Capturing Feathers" is an online exhibition, focusing on bird imagery found throughout the Digital Repository at Princeton University Library. Created by the Digital

Colección Archivo Fotográfico de la Protesta en Chile 2019

Colección Archivo Fotográfico de la Protesta en Chile 2019

These photographs document the multiple forms of visual resistance that emerged during the early months of protest (roughly from October to December 2019), from

Tourism in Cuba: From Colonial Past to Culinary Present

Tourism in Cuba: From Colonial Past to Culinary Present

Cuba has been a popular destination for tourists for a long time. Although currently at a standstill due to the global pandemic, tourism is a major source of revenue

Khenpo Sodargye Lecture Records

Khenpo Sodargye Lecture Records

Since 2010, Khenpo Sodargye has been invited to give talks at more than 100 universities in Asia, Europe, Oceania, North America and Africa, including most top

Einstein & Princeton: University to Universe

Einstein & Princeton: University to Universe

A Curated Collection that highlights Albert Einstein's relationships with the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton University, and the Princeton University Press.

Badakhshan Genealogical Document Collection

Badakhshan Genealogical Document Collection

Transforming rare texts into accessible digital resources

The Badakhshan Manuscript Digitization Project consists of roughly 65 original, privately held genealogical histories (nasab-namahs) from Badakhshan in Tajikistan and

Ho! For the Open Country

Ho! For the Open Country

The Promise of the Public Park

Featuring a small subset of Princeton University Library items related to the rise of public parks, gardens and picnics in 19th century America, this collection aims to

In Pursuit of the Picturesque

In Pursuit of the Picturesque

British Color Plate Books 1776-1868 from the collection of Leonard L. Milberg, Class of 1953

Showcasing selected items from the collection of Leonard L. Milberg, In Pursuit of the Picturesque includes nearly 40 large books with colorful, detailed imagery from

Gutenberg & After

Gutenberg & After

Europe's First Printers, 1450-1470

Gutenberg’s invention of typography eventually revolutionized the world of text production and distribution. But the printing craft did not produce an immediate

Welcome Additions

Welcome Additions

Selected Acquisitions 2012-2018

Welcome Additions: Selected Acquisitions 2012-18 is our inaugural exhibition in the new Ellen and Leonard Milberg exhibition gallery. It is a retrospective of recent

Princeton Collections of the American West

Princeton Collections of the American West

The Princeton Collections of the American West began in 1947 with the gift of printed materials and manuscripts focused on overland narratives, the cattle trade, and

Treasures of the East Asian Library

Treasures of the East Asian Library

Rare, outstanding, or unique items in East Asian languages, including books, manuscripts, maps, and albums from many eras.

East Asian Library Supplementary Materials

East Asian Library Supplementary Materials

Front and End Matter (Tables of contents, Indexes, etc.) from items in the East Asian Library

Marquand Library Selections

Marquand Library Selections

Rare books from one of America's oldest and most extensive art libraries

Music and Performing Arts Collections at Princeton

Music and Performing Arts Collections at Princeton

A diverse collection spanning 1,000 years of rare primary and secondary sources together with unique Princeton-based music materials produced in all formats forms this

Treasures of the Scheide Library

Treasures of the Scheide Library

The Scheide Library, received by Princeton University in 2015 as the bequest of William H. Scheide (Class of 1936), has strengths in several areas: medieval manuscripts

Treasures of the Cotsen Collection

Treasures of the Cotsen Collection

The Cotsen Children's Library is a very special library within the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections at Princeton University Library. Our

Treasures of the Graphic Arts Collection

Treasures of the Graphic Arts Collection

The Graphic Arts Collection holds prints, drawings, photographs, paintings, sculpture, and printed ephemera along with an international book collection specializing in

Treasures of the Manuscripts Division

Treasures of the Manuscripts Division

Treasures of the Manuscripts Division offers a selection of its extensive holdings, which include some 12,000 linear feet of materials, spanning five millennia, from

Princeton Digital Library of Islamic Manuscripts

Princeton Digital Library of Islamic Manuscripts

المكتبة البرينستونية الالكترونية للمخطوطات الاسلامية

The Princeton Digital Library of Islamic Manuscripts offers a selection of some 9,500 Arabic, Persian, and Ottoman Turkish volumes in the Manuscripts Division, located

Princeton Papyri Collections

Princeton Papyri Collections

Most of the Library's papyri are in the Manuscripts Division, chiefly Greek documents from Ptolemaic, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt (Oxyrhynchus and the Fayum towns).

Early Arabic Printed Works

Early Arabic Printed Works

A 2019 digital initiative, supplementing the digital Islamic Manuscripts collection that scholars can already access in DPUL.

Selections from the Near East Collections

Selections from the Near East Collections

Selections from Princeton’s collections of rare documents of the artistic, intellectual, social and political history of the Near East.

Rare Book Digital Repository

Rare Book Digital Repository

The Rare Book Division consists of two principal units: the General Rare Books Collection and the Robert H. Taylor Collection. The former covers printed books from

The Sid Lapidus '59 Collection on Liberty and the American Revolution

The Sid Lapidus '59 Collection on Liberty and the American Revolution

The Sid Lapidus '59 Collection on Liberty and the American Revolution covers the intellectual origins of the American Revolution; the Revolution itself; the early years

Annotated Books

Annotated Books

Collected over the years for a variety of reasons, the Library's annotated books today provide evidence not only for historians of reading but also for anyone

Hellenica

Hellenica

Princeton University owns one of the world’s largest library collections devoted to Hellenic Studies, with particular strengths in Byzantine and post-Byzantine

Princeton Slavic Collections

Princeton Slavic Collections

Selections from Princeton’s collections of rare documents of the artistic, intellectual, social and political history of Russia, Eastern Europe and the territories of

Indignados/15M Movement Collection from Spain

Indignados/15M Movement Collection from Spain

This collection contains digital images of protest signs created in various cities across Spain during the Indignados/15M protest movement of 2011.

Performance Audio Archive Collection

Performance Audio Archive Collection

Online audio archive of Princeton University's Performance ensembles, Faculty, Graduate and Class recitals.

Engineering in the Modern World

Engineering in the Modern World

Beginning with the industrial revolution in Great Britain, engineering objects and systems have shaped our modern world. The works included in this collection support

Fred D. Valva Collection of Silent Film and Theater Orchestra Music

Fred D. Valva Collection of Silent Film and Theater Orchestra Music

Civil War, Society and Political Transition in Guatemala: the GNIB Archive (1963-2000)

Civil War, Society and Political Transition in Guatemala: the GNIB Archive (1963-2000)

The Guatemala News and Information Bureau (GNIB) was an activist and solidarity group based in San Francisco, California, created in 1978 to support and inform the