Princeton Review was an English-language periodical, published at Princeton University. It specialized in reporting on news in the world of archaeology and ancient history.

In 1938, after his adventures in finding the Holy Grail, Henry Jones, Sr. wrote an article for the Princeton Review entitled "The Last Crusade", detailing his lifelong search for the Grail. An accompanying article was entitled "The Genuine Grail?". In June of that year, Professor Jones mailed his son a copy of that article, published in Issue 3 , Volume XXIV of the Review, and Indiana Jones kept it, along with the accompanying letter, in his journal. In his letter, the elder Jones expressed an interest in taking an editorial position at the Princeton Review, now that his quest for the Grail was complete.


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