Aula Nassovica

Dublin Core

Title

Aula Nassovica

Subject

Earliest known image of Nassau Hall

Description

“Aula Nassovica.” Copperplate engraving, 3.75 x 6.25 inches. Artist and engraver unknown. Illustration opposite p. 104 of New American Magazine, No. XXVII (March 1760), Woodbridge, in New Jersey: Printed and sold by James Parker. Sold also at the new printing-office in Beaver-Street New-York, and by Thomas Coombs, in Front-Street, Philadelphia. Call number: (Ex) 0901.525

Creator

Princeton University Library

Source

Rare Books Collection, Princeton

Publisher

Stephen Fergusson's blog, "Notabilia" at blogs.princeton.edu/notabilia

Date

1760

Contributor

THIS RESOURCE IS NOT FROM THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS.

Rights

Princeton University Library

Relation

f New American Magazine,

Format

copperplate engraving, 3.75 x 6.25 inches

Language

English

Type

engraving in a print magazine

Identifier

Call number: (Ex) 0901.525

Coverage

Nassau Hall as originally built in 1756

Files

nassau-1760.jpg

Citation

Princeton University Library, “Aula Nassovica,” McGrawCommons Omeka, accessed December 11, 2017, http://commons.princeton.edu/omeka/items/show/40.