University archives - personal
Found in 76 Collections and/or Records:
Academic career with relevance to Victoria University: MSc, ME (NZ: Canterbury), PhD (Manc), ARAS, FAGU Vice-Chancellor and Principal: 1982-85; Resigned, 1985. Knighted, 1996.
This is a collection of the papers of both Ernest Beaglehole (1906-1965) and Pearl (Pam, also known as Tio) Beaglehole (1910-1979). The material includes publications, notes, correspondence, and photographs from the Beagleholes' professional and personal lives.
These photographs come from an album loaned to the Library in 2004 for copying. Hurl0001 - hurl0003 three photgraphs of professors lecturing, no metadata. Appear to be science lecture rooms Hul0004 - 3 men in military uniform siting on the brow of a boat. No metadata
Only copies of Sir Charles Cotton's publications are held.
Davin, D. : The MacMillan Brown lectures, 1959, delivered at Victoria University of Wellington (Unpublished typescript).
Unpublished typecript of the Macmillan Brown lecture series (3 lectures) on the topic of Joyce Cary, delivered at Victoria University of Wellington, 11, 12 and 13 March,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..
Ngati Porou oral histories and waiata gathered by Kapunga Matemoana ('Koro') Dewes in the 1960's-1970's for possible PhD work
This collection consists of copies of recordings made by Koro Dewes, possibly as part of research for a possible PhD. A related collection is described separately as the papers of Te Hokowhitu-a-Tu.
1 notebook, 96 pages, containing H. B. Kirk's research notes on Dolichoglossue [a type of worm].
There have been two transfers of Prof. Hamer's papers, following his untimely death. The first transfer comprised working files from his office in the History Department, and electronic copies of his email correspondence. The second transfer added index cards to do with his electoral history research, and photograph albums chiefly covering his interest in buildings in North America.
Two A2 size map folders of photostat copies of 14th C texts on Buridan Logic. These texts may well be available online. One transit box of foolscap folders contains similar material, and one folder of handwritten notes.