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Student Autograph Books and Collegiate Friendships
Antebellum autograph books reveal the intimate, cross-sectional friendships northern and southern Princeton students formed in the years before the Civil War.
An engraving of Cyrus McCormick by George Smillie.
A portrait of Dolley Madison, First Lady of the United States.
Portrait of Robert Lenox (1759-1839), Princeton trustee and slaveholder
Portrait of the Rev. Charles Beatty (c.1715-1772), who traveled to the West Indies to raise funds for the college.
John Robert Buhler
A portrait of Princeton student John Robert Buhler, who recounted the Riot of 1846 in his diary.
New Work by American Artist Titus Kaphar to Be Unveiled November 8th
Princeton University Art Museum Press Release, 10/12/2017
A new sculpture by leading American artist Titus Kaphar will be installed in front of Princeton University’s Maclean House.
Titus Kaphar Talks Art, University Connections to Slavery
The Daily Princetonian, 11/17/17
Titus Kaphar, an African-American painter and sculptor whose works are featured in the Museum of Modern Art, discussed the intersection between racism and Princeton University’s history in a lecture on campus.