This is a dream tune, Adam. Thanks so much for pointing the way to another of the Field Collector's compilations of Clyde Davenport's tunes. I like "collecting" his tunes as they are arranged and learned for clawhammer banjo. There's even a dedicated jukebox dedicated on my site: Janet B's Clyde Davenport jukebox.
Your portrayal is swift and fluid, as is Clyde's. The crookedness in the B part is so typical of his playing. I adopted the part of your arrangement where you drop down an octave on the last measure. We couldn't get the B part low enough as he did on fiddle, could we, but that's a nice way to include something similar. Thanks!
Here's a video I made of Farewell to Princeton to share with Adam Hurt, who taught it to me by playing a slow and clear rendition on the fiddle. It's not flawless and it's a touch slow but it's not bad.
Thanks Adam for posting this tune and to all who shared sources and info. I had this tune on my "to learn list" after hearing the Mike Snider medley a few weeks ago. At that time I working on Clyde Davenport's "5 Miles from Town" and thought this was such a fine tune and made a great medley. I never imagined I would get started on Princeton this quick. You Hangout folks are the best.