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Special Collections - University of Otago
View the items in Aliens, Androids, & Unicorns: The Hal Salive Science Fiction and Fantasy Collection. Online exhibition
Joseph William Mellor (1869-1938) was an Otago graduate who became a ceramicist, a cartoonist, and, more importantly, a famous chemist. Indeed, his…
View the items in The World of Joseph W. Mellor (1869-1938): Chemist, Ceramicist & Cartoonist. Online exhibition.
Sheet music relating to WWI (1914-1918)
Hocken Collections' sheet music relating to The Great War of 1914-1918 (WWI) is a select group of (mostly)…
View the items in Sheet music of World War I
Botany is a 21st century subject built on a rich heritage contributed to and developed by many. Although botany was taught at the University of Otago…
View the items in Botany: Our Heritage, Our Future. A Celebration of Teaching and Research at the University of Otago. Online Exhibition
‘A man who has not been in Italy, is always conscious of an inferiority, from his not having seen what it is expected a man should see.’ - Dr…
View the items in Viva l'Italia: A Regional Romp through Italy. Online exhibition
The phrase 'Make it New' is frequently used in defining a key feature of modernism – its novelty – and is often regarded as influential and…
View the items in Make It New! Modernism & the Medieval Presence. Online exhibition
The rare book collection in Special Collections at the University of Otago grows - slowly and surely - by purchase and donation. With these new…
View the items in Rare Delights III: Recent Additions to Special Collections. Online Exhibition
Images from the Scientific Expedition Reports held in Special Collections at the University of Otago.
View the items in Scientific Expedition Reports - Special Collections
The School of Physiotherapy is immensely proud of the contribution its graduates have made to health in the wider community over the 100 years since…
View the items in Reaching Out: Celebrating 100 years of Otago Physiotherapy Graduates, 1913-2013. Online exhibition
This is a sample of ephemera from the Hocken Collections.
View the items in Ephemera from the Hocken Collections