Early photos and drawings of Princeton University held in Library of Congress Collections

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Title

Early photos and drawings of Princeton University held in Library of Congress Collections

Subject

Princeton University, historic photos

Description

Early photos and plans of Princeton University

Creator

J. Temos

Source

Library of Congress collections in the public domain

Publisher

Library of Congress

Contributor

J. Temos

Rights

All images believed to be in the public domain

Items in the Early photos and drawings of Princeton University held in Library of Congress Collections Collection

 Princeton University, circa 1903
Visible: University Hotel, Halstead Observatory, Blair Hall, Alexander Hall, Reunion Hall, Nassau Hall, Witherspoon Hall, West College, Green Hall.

Princeton University, circa 1901
Murray Hall, Dodge Hall, Marquand Chapel, Green School of Science, East Pyne Hall (aka University Library).

    Nassau Hall, Princeton University
Nassau Hall and front campus, circa 1903. Nassau Hall still has belvedere towers over side stairwells

    Marquand Chapel, Princeton University
Designed by H.H. Richardson

Princeton University, circa 1909
East Pyne Hall (then university library, Green School of Science, Marqand Chapel, Doddge Hall, Murray Hall

    Witherspoon Hall, Princeton University
Witherspoon Hall, designed William Appelton Potter. End tower since removed. Dormitory.

    Blair Hall, Princeton University
Blair Hall (dormitory) showing arch and path to railway station

    Little gate, Princeton University
Looking east, McCosh walk, showing Little Gate, Witherspoon Hall, Little Hall; Edwards Hall in distance

Edwards Hall, Princeton University
Edwards Hall (dormitory) between 1900 and 1906.

    Nassau Hall, Princeton University, before the fire of 1855.
Nassau Hall, before the fire of 1855 -- pre-John Notman rennovation; showing changes made by Benjamin Latrobe after the fire of 1802.