George R. Collins Papers
Held at: Princeton University Library: Manuscripts Division [Contact Us]
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Overview and metadata sections
George R. Collins was an undergraduate and graduate student at Princeton (Classes of 1939, 1942) studying in the fields of art and architecture. Collins went on to teach at Columbia University.
The collection consists of notebooks and notes taken by Collins during his years as an undergraduate and graduate student at Princeton (Classes of 1939, 1942) in the fields of art and architecture, as well as lecture notes, photographs, subject files, and newspaper clippings for lectures delivered by him at Columbia University in the fields of art history, domestic Chinese and Japanese architecture, French Renaissance architecture, Italian, French, and Renaissance painting, and French Gothic sculpture.
This is an unprocessed collection and remains in its original arrangement.
Gift of the author.
This is an unprocessed collection. The contents list provided is a preliminary inventory.
The collection inventory was created by Michael Heist in August 2007.
No appraisal information is available.
- Architecture -- Study and teaching -- New Jersey -- Princeton -- 20th century
- Architecture -- Study and teaching -- New York (N.Y.) -- 20th century
- Architecture, Domestic -- China
- Architecture, Domestic -- Japan
- Architecture, Renaissance -- France
- Art history -- Study and teaching -- New Jersey -- Princeton -- 20th century
- Art history -- Study and teaching -- New York (N.Y.) -- 20th century
- Painting, French
- Painting, Italian
- Painting, Renaissance
- Sculpture, Gothic -- France
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- Access Restrictions
Collection is open for research use.
- Use Restrictions
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