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Only copies of Sir Charles Cotton's publications are held.
Currie, George Alexander - Submissions by the Vice-Chancellor to the Committee on Universities, 1959
This is a small collection of records relating to the working of the Library.
Davin, D. : The MacMillan Brown lectures, 1959, delivered at Victoria University of Wellington (Unpublished typescript).
Unpublished typecript of the Macmillan Brown lecture series (3 lectures) on the topic of Joyce Cary, delivered at Victoria University of Wellington, 11, 12 and 13 March, 1959. Donated by Ian Gordon..
Koro Dewes Collection - oral histories and waiata gathered by Kapunga Matemoana ('Koro') Dewes in the 1960's-1970's
This collection consists of copies of recordings made by Koro Dewes. Recorded from the 1950s to 1970s in Te Reo Māori, with some English, it contains whaikōrero, tikanga, whakapapa, waiata, hui, and oral histories. Though previously primarily associated with Ngāti Porou this collection contains recordings from across the motu.
8 letters to Dorothy Brown from former colleagues and students at the English Language Institute, Victoria University of Wellington; 'The ELI 1972 Souvenir' class book.
Draft mss versions of 'Mr Ambassador' by Hugh Templeton, an edited version of the 'Reminiscences of Sir Carl Berendsen' (held ref. bere).
This collection comprises bookplates attached to volumes in the Special Materials collections, plus a small number of bookplates which have been donated or collected as separate material items.
Exploring the art of Oceania: Australia, Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia: papers from Symposium 1: The Art of Oceania, held at McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario
Unbound typescript in 3 parts of papers delivered at the 1974 symposium in Hamilton, Ontario. Published in 1979 as 'Exploring the visual art of Oceania', held in the Library at N7410 E96.
The papers of Wellington book collector and historian Horace Edwards Manners Fildes, 1875-1937, including correspondence, clippings indexes and research notes, and collected manuscripts and other items.
This collection covers over forty years of Fildes' interest in New Zealand history and historical resources, and a corresponding period of indexing and scrapbooking.