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Vol. LXIV, No. 5
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
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HSP MEETING AND LECTURE: The Historical Society of Princeton (HSP) recently held its Annual Meeting the Nassau Club. The Lewis B. Cuyler Lecture, delivered by Columbia University Assistant Professor of History Evan P. Haefeli, was entitled “Quakers and the Origins of Religious Toleration in the Middle Colonies,” and was presented in conjunction with “Stony Brook: Gateway to Princeton,” a new exhibition on view at the Historical Society from February 9 through July 4.  Pictured at the event (from left): John Murrin, Professor Emeritus, Princeton University and HSP Trustee; HSP Curator of Education Jennifer Jang; Mr. Haefeli; HSP Executive Director Erin Dougherty; and HSP Board of Trustees President John Dumont.

Township Leaf Management Meeting Hears Resident Frustrations, Offers Some Options

Dilshanie Perera

Members of Township Committee, Township staff, and the Princeton Environmental Commission met with residents on Monday to address concerns about autumn leaf collection, complying with existing ordinances, and how to best manage problems caused by leaves in the streets.

“Mr. Cohen Goes to Washington” as Holt Invites Local Businessman to Attend State of the Union

Ellen Gilbert

“As I continue to meet with New Jersey families, it’s clear that our first priority is creating jobs, and we can do that best by investing in innovative research and supporting small businesses,” observed Congressman Rush Holt (D-12) on the eve of the president’s State of the Union address last week. As evidence of this belief, Mr. Holt chose Marshall J. Cohen, president and CEO of Princeton Power Systems (PPS), as his only guest to hear the speech.

“O, Could He But Have Drawne His Wit”: Firestone Exhibit Offers Authors’ Portraits

Ellen Gilbert

It will come as no surprise that the reclusive J.D. Salinger is not among the 100 representations of writers in “The Author’s Portrait,” the newest exhibit in Firestone Library’s Main Gallery.

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