Elyse Graham Lecture Notebooks
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Elyse Graham graduated from Princeton University in 2007.
The lecture notebooks contain transcriptions of college lectures and seminar discussions, along with some interviews conducted for the Daily Princetonian. Course notes include courses taught by John Fleming, Robert Darnton, Maria DiBattista, Uli Knoepflmacher, Robert Fagles, Edwin Williams, Daphne Brooks and Valerie Smith. Reporting notes for the Daily Princetonian include notes on John Conway and other mathematicians, Christopher Eisgruber as Provost, and Nancy Malkiel as Dean of the College. Topics covered in the notebooks include bicker, rowing, the 2004 presidential election, college Republicans, a Harry Potter book club, and many others.
Gift of (Jean) Elyse Graham in 2019 (AR.2019.025).
Light mold spots on the volume beginning with "Newton's 1st Law" were checked in July, 2022 at preservation and conservation. The mold was not active.
This collection was processed by Phoebe Nobles in June, 2022. Finding aid written by Phoebe Nobles in June, 2022.
No materials were separated from this collection during 2022 processing.
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- Access Restrictions
Access to the notebooks is restricted until February 7, 2044 (25 years after their donation).
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