Princeton students Milbank (class of 1896), Kaliske (class of 1893) and Thacher (class of 1895) as they appeared in The Honorable Julius Caesar, the 1892-1893 Triangle Club production.
Photograph from AC122 Triangle Club Records box 93.
All collections in the Princeton University Archives related to Princeton University theater groups and venues are now described online and available for research in the Mudd Manuscript Library. This libguide provides information about all of those collections as well as a few related collections in the Manuscript Division of Firestone Library. While intended to be thorough, it is not exhaustive, and additions are welcome.
This libguide organizes the Princeton theater-related collections into four sections: Theatre Intime, Triangle Club, University Players and Other Groups and Venues. Collections containing information about multiple groups may be listed in more than one section.
Researchers interested in Princeton University theater venues and groups may also find useful information in various publications held in the Mudd Manuscript Library, such as the Daily Princetonian, Bric-A-Brac, Princeton Alumni Weekly, and Princeton University Bulletin.
Please see Mudd Manuscript Library's website for information about using the materials described in this libguide.
The Princeton University Archives consists of over 10,000 linear feet of records including faculty files, administrative records, photographs, and publications that document the history of Princeton University. The University Archives is also the repository for Princeton senior theses and doctoral dissertations.