Records of silkworm growth breeded by Faculty of Agriculture.
→Integrated into Collections since Dec, 2013.
Private Collection by Prof. Wolfgang Kunkel (University of Munich).
Coverage of the collection is Roman law, public law, Roman history, Greek history, Papyrology, German history, etc.
The collection consists of about 3,000 books, 1,300 periodicals and over 8,000 offprints.
Collected dissertations approved at major universities in the world especially in the US and Canada in the five years from 1982 to 1986 in all fields of educational psychology (for example development, education, evaluation, learning, counseling and social group).
Documents from Mitsui-Miike Labor Union.
Documents donated from the Hashima Coalmine, Mitsubishi Mining Company, mainly about the company's coalmine management after World War II.
Private collection and manuscripts of Ejima Moitsu (江島茂逸), a local historian in Fukuoka. The collection contains a lot of valuable documents on Fukuoka's local history in the end of the Edo period and the Meiji Restoration.
Personal collection on 本草学 (medical science originated in China) by Prof. Teizo Esaki. After his death, Faculty of Agriculture purchased his collection several times between 1963 and 1976.
Books on Agriculture in Modern Europe.
A part of the collection is donated by Prof. Koide Manji(小出 満二), and Prof. Kimura Shuzo(木村 修三).
Official economic statistic data of 41 titles such as national income, national wealth, finance, labor, industrial and trade of 23 countries in Europe.
Personal collection by Lipót Fejér (1880-1959) who was mathematician in Hungary.
Lecture notes on Friedrich Carl von Savigny (an German jurist, 1779-1861) and members of the German Historical School (Anton Friedrich Justus Thibaut, Arnold Heise, Karl Adolf von Vangerow, Emil Hermann, Heinrich Thöl, etc)
This is a database of the historical events related to literature happened in Fukuoka. It is based on the research outcome of Prof.
Collection based on the book collection of Professor Gerhard von Schulz Gaevernitz former professor of Freiburg University and known as the representative of German New Historical School.
Gokanbon(bound book) collection written by Santo Kyoden(山東 京伝), Kyokutei Bakin(曲亭 馬琴) and Ryutei Tanehiko(柳亭 種彦) in Edo period.