Located on the library’s second floor, the Princeton Room, provides links to those interested in local history with books, artifacts and information about Princeton’s long and rich history. The collection includes a variety of books on the history of Princeton, town and gown, its people and its institutions, as well as maps, census information, local newspapers on microfilm, city directories and a vertical file with an assortment of clippings, small publications, and ephemera. Also included in this room is a collection of African-American Genealogy resources and first editions of works by Princeton authors such as John McPhee.
For additional information about the Princeton Room, please contact Adult Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 609.924.9529, ext. 1220.