12. Nassau Street
1776–1976, A Portfolio: Princeton, New Jersey


The print “Nassau Street” (1978) was etched by artist Ann Gross as
part of the collection “1776–1976, A Portfolio: Princeton, New
Jersey.” The collection is one of two portfolios created by local
artists as part of Princeton’s celebration of the American Revolution
Bicentennial. Edited by Zelda Laschever, the portfolio is number 5 of
an edition of 20 and belongs to the Princeton Bicentennial Collection.

“Nassau Street” was generously donated by the family of the late
Leslie L. “Bud” Vivian ’42, long-time Director of Community Relations
at Princeton University, to whom they had been given by the Princeton
Historical Society in recognition of his years of service fostering
town-gown relations