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Dr. Panofsky & Mr. Tarkington : an exchange of letters, 1938-1946 / edited by Richard M. Ludwig.

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Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1974.

1974

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FormatTextCall NumberJFE 90-3784Item LocationSchwarzman Building - General Research Room 315
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Crowell-Collier Publishing Company records, 1931-1955.

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1931-1955

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FormatMixed materialCall NumberMssCol 703 Box 1Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Manuscripts & Archives Room 328

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Richard Mansfield family papers, 1856-1940, bulk (1905-1940)

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1856-1940

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FormatTextCall NumberMssCol 1863 Volume 8Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Manuscripts & Archives Room 328

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Presenting Lily Mars [videorecording]

Moving image

1943.

1943

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FormatMoving imageCall Number*MGZIA 4-1583Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Dance

For France.

Text

Garden City, New York : Doubleday, Page & Company, 1917.

1917

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America as Americans see it / edited by Fred J. Ringel ; Illustrated by over 100 American artists.

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New York : The Literary Guild, c1932

1932

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FormatTextCall NumberIDS (Ringel, F. J. America as Americans see it. Literary Guild ed.) 1932Item LocationOffsite

Marriage : short stories of married life / by American writers Tarkington ... [et al.].

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Garden City, New York : Doubleday, Page & Company, 1923.

1923

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FormatTextCall NumberNBN (Marriage)Item LocationOffsite

Alice Adams, a play in three acts, by Elizabeth Trotter. Adapted from the novel of the same name by Booth Tarkington.

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Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal., Baker's plays [1945]

1945

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FormatTextCall NumberNBM (Trotter, E. Alice Adams)Item LocationOffsite

The name of Old glory, poems of patriotism, by James Whitcomb Riley; with an appreciation of the poet by Booth Tarkington, frontispieces by Howard Chandler Christy.

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Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill company [c1917]

1917

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FormatTextCall NumberNBI (Riley, J. W. Name of Old Glory)Item LocationOffsite

Anthony, the joker / by George Barr McCutcheon. A great man's wife / by Booth Tarkington. The unpresentable appearance of Col. Crane / by G.K. Chesterton.

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Chicago ; New York : The Chicago Tribune Newspaper Syndicate, [April 1924]

1924

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FormatTextCall NumberNBO (McCutcheon, G. B. Anthony, the joker)Item LocationOffsite

Samuel Brohl & Company / Victor Cherbuliez ; translated from the French, with a critical introd. by Booth Tarkington.

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New York : P.F. Collier, 1902.

1902

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FormatTextCall NumberNKV (Cherbuliez, V. Samuel Brohl. 1902)Item LocationOffsite

Booth Tarkington.

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[New York] : Doubleday, Page & co., n.d.

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FormatTextCall NumberAN p.v. 194 no. 1-15Item LocationSchwarzman Building - General Research Room 315

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The fighting Littles, a play in three acts, by Caroline Francke, adapted from the novel of the same name by Booth Tarkington.

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New York, N.Y., Los Angeles, Calif., S. French; [etc., etc., 1943]

1943

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Monsieur Beaucaire [sound recording] : opérette romantique en trois actes / livret de Rivoire et Veber, d'après Tarkington ; musique de André Messager.

Audio

[France] : Gaieté lyrique, p1993.

1993-1958

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FormatAudioCall Number*LDC 8453 (F)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

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The adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain [pseud.].With the original illustrations by E.W. Kemble, and a new introduction by Booth Tarkington.

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New York, The Limited Editions Club, 1933.

1933

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FormatTextCall Number*KP (Limited) (Clemens, S. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. 1933)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

Seventeen; a musical comedy, based on Booth Tarkington's Seventeen. Book by Sally Benson, lyrics by Kim Gannon.

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New York, S. French, c1954.

1954

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FormatTextCall Number*MZ (Kent, W. Seventeen)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Music

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Alice Adams, by Booth Tarkington; revised script by Dorothy Yost & Mortimer Offner.

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[New York?] 1935.

1935

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Clarence, by Booth Tarkington; scenario by Clara Beranger.

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[n.p., 1922]

1922

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Monsieur Beaucaire; scenario by Forrest Halsey from the story by Booth Tarkington.

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[Hollywood? Calif., 1946?]

1946

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Gentle Julia. By: Booth Tarkington. Screen play by: Lamar Trotti.

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[Hollywood, Calif.] Stenographic dept. [of Fox Film Corp., 1935]

1935

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Penrod and his twin brother; a story of Penrod and his dog; screenplay by William Jacobs and Hugh Cummings.

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[Burbank, Cal., 1937]

1937

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The Ohio lady keysheet.

Still image

Columbus, Ohio, 1916.

1916

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Seventeen. [A play of youth & love & summertime four acts] by Hugh Stanislaus Stange and Stannard Mears; adapted from Booth Tarkington's story.

Text

[New York, Z. & L. Rosenfield, 1918]

1918

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FormatTextCall NumberNCOF+ (Stange, H. S. Seventeen)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Bristol glass, by Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilson.

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[Cleveland, 1923]

1923

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FormatTextCall NumberNCOF+ (Tarkington, B. Bristol glass)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Monsieur Beaucaire keysheet.

Still image

New York, 1912.

1912

1 Resource

Clarence keysheets.

Still image

New York, 1919.

1919

1 Resource

Liebler & Co. records, 1890-1931.

Mixed material

1890-1931

8 Items

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FormatMixed materialCall Number*T-Mss 1937-001 Box 1Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre
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FormatMixed materialCall Number*T-Mss 1937-001 Box 2Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre
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FormatMixed materialCall Number*T-Mss 1937-001 Box 3Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Rudyard Kipling collection of papers, 1879-1956 bulk (1882-1941).

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1882-1941

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FormatMixed materialCall NumberBerg Coll MSS KiplingItem LocationSchwarzman Building - Berg Collection Room 320

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Seventeen [sound recording] / [lyrics by] Kim Gannon ; [music by] Walter Kent.

Audio

Camden, N.J. : RCA Victor, [1954]

1954

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FormatAudioCall Number*LRX 7706 [Disc]Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

The Tiger's family album; published on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the Princeton Tiger, 1882-1932. A compendium of half a century of Princeton wit and humor.

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[Princeton : Printed at the Princeton University Press, 1932]

1932

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FormatTextCall NumberSTG+ (Princeton) (Princeton tiger-Tiger's family album, 1882-1932)Item LocationOffsite

Cameo Kirby: photograph, 1909.

Still image

1 Item

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FormatStill imageCall Number*T-Pho B (Cameo Kirby)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Clarence : photographs [graphic].

Still image

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FormatStill imageCall Number*T-Pho B (Clarence)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Monsieur Beaucaire [motion picture] / produced by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation ; Paramount Pictures ; directed by Sidney Olcott.

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[United States] : Paramount, c1924.

1924

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Hoosiers abroad : photograph.

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My baby talk lady / words by Dorothy Donnelly ; music by William B. Kernell.

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New York : Harms, c1925.

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FormatTextCall NumberM.C. (Hello Lola)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Music

Cameo Kirby : programs.

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FormatCall Number*T-PRG (Cameo Kirby)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Mister Antonio : photograph, 1916.

Still image

1 Item

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FormatStill imageCall Number*T Pho B (Mister Antonio)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

United States theatre: souvenir programs and pamphlets.

Mixed material

1889-1938.

1889-1938

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FormatMixed materialCall NumberMWEZ+ n.c. 2352Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Clarence (Tarkington) : programs.

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FormatCall Number*T-PRG (Clarence (Tarkington))Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Colonel Satan (Tarkington) : programs.

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FormatCall Number*T-PRG (Colonel Satan (Tarkington))Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Monsieur Beaucaire : a romantic opera in three acts / book by Frederick Lonsdale ; lyrics by Adrian Ross ; music by André Messager ; founded on Booth Tarkington's story

Notated music

London : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew ; New York : Leo Feist, [1919]

1919-1919

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FormatNotated musicCall NumberJMG 18-1058Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Music

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