There are numerous web sites with relevance to the work of Mudd Manuscript Library. Here are but a few.
A Princeton Companion, by Alexander Leitch, was originally published in 1978. It provides an A-Z listing of people, buildings, and all things Princeton. It is now available online with keyword searching.
Through the auspices of Princeton University's Multimedia Engineering Computation Atelier (MECA), an interactive campus history is available, complete with a database that includes images of University buildings. Many of the images found in the database were provided by the University Archives. Basic information on each building (date of construction, architect, donor) is also provided.
The Princetoniana Committee is the committee of the Alumni Council charged with both the preservation and dissemination of University history. Part of its mission is to expand Princeton's archives by soliciting relevant vital material (both print and memorabilia) from existing campus individuals, groups, bodies and institutions.
Several Mudd Library collections have been microfilmed and are available for purchase.
Filmed collections that can be purchased through Primary Source Media are:
Filmed collections that can be purchased through Adam Matthew Publications are:
For information about the Library's collections, see Collections and Finding Aids.
For current news and information about the Library, see News