Thomas Mann Collection. Special Collections, Princeton University Library
Between 1937 and 1955, Caroline Newton laid the foundation of her collection and donated it to the library, which was later supplemented by purchases that she financed.
Newton had met Mann in 1929, and helped the family establish themselves in Princeton in 1938. The collection contains works by Mann, such as lectures, speeches, radio speeches (1942-1943), galleys for The Holy Sinner, a chapter from Lotte in Weimar, and a facsimile of The Black Swan. Also included is the correspondence between Thomas Mann and many German and American intellectuals, photographs and other material.
Thomas Mann Collection. Manuscripts Division
Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library
One Washington Road
Princeton, New Jersey 08544