To many of us, Princeton, with its unique history and location, is a very special community in which to live and visit. One segment of our towns’ history has centered around the annually scheduled Labor Day Weekend Chandler Bullock Tennis Tournament. This section of the PHS website is meant to share the history of a little of what makes Princeton unique: Tennis. The hope is that this beginning will stimulate others to provide additional facts, pictures, corrections, and/or anecdotes which can then be added to this section.
*** Much of the material contained within these pages was gleaned from past bulletins written by Ted Densmore or Chandler Bullock.*** Many thanks to member of the Labor Day Committee (past and present) for their help, contributions, and suggestions. Also, sprinkled throughout in bold italics are some of my favorite quotes by them and others.*** For current Labor Day Tennis information, try this link.
If you have any Princeton Tennis images, articles, drawings, etc. to share, please e-mail us.
|The Beginning||How It Survived||Miscellaneous Facts|
|Labor Day Rules,
Procedures and Etiquette
|World Tennis Article About Princeton August 1983||Map of Court Locations|
|Past News Article||Past Images & Documents|
|Ye Redemption Rock Trophy|