The Daily Princetonian started its life on the campus of Princeton University in 1876. This digital archive of the storied daily paper is dedicated to the newspaper's long-serving production manager Larry Dupraz. Mr. Dupraz came to work at the "Prince" in 1946 as a typesetter, and he later became the compositor, which made him responsible for getting the paper printed each night. He was an institution at the paper until his passing in 2006, some two decades after he had formally retired. The archive contains 19,527 issues, with a total of 131,549 pages and 662,833 articles. Visitors can search for articles with certain phrases or words, and it's more than a bit of fun to look around here. First-timers may want to start by searching phrases like "great Gatsby", "Harvard man" and "dinky".