Princeton, May 1905 was an unproduced episode of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles intended to have been part of the third season of the series. The subject of the episode would have been a treasure hunt with the theme of "Life at Five".
In this episode, a five-year old Indiana Jones and his friends, including Paul Robeson, would have a charming, funny adventure that begins with Indy organizing an event to raise money for a vase he had broken and culminates in a search for the legendary Captain William Kidd's buried treasure and the capture of hobos who are wanted by local police.
Had the episode been filmed, a new child actor would have been cast as Indy, as the episode's 1905 setting would have required a five-year old Indy and Corey Carrier, the actor who usually played Young Indy during his child years in the series, would have been too old for the role at that stage in the timeline.
Although the episode went unmade, Jones' childhood friendship with Robeson was later established in The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones story Winds of Change and the idea of Jones searching for Kidd's treasure later became an element of the novel Young Indiana Jones and the Pirates' Loot.