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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.
This collection is consisted of literature of social sciences in 15th-20th century in the Goldsmith' Library of Economic Literature at the University of London and the Kress Library of Business and Economics at the Harvard Graduate School of Business and Business Administration in Boston, based o
Private collection of Prof. Gushima Kanesaburo(具島 兼三郎) about contemporary international politics.
Private collection of Prof. Hagino Yoshiyuki(萩野 由之) about Japanese history and literature.
Private collection of Prof. Hama Kazue(濱一衛), about 2,500 volumes of books on Chinese theater. A lot of booklets,clippings, records and photos are included in the collection.
It is conference notes and records of discussion of British parliament, and mainly consists of law bills and reports of regular committee and ad hoc committee of the parliament and reports of government agencies. The data are arranged by theme.
Private collection of Prof. Higaki Motokichi (檜垣 元吉, 1906-1988).
Pribate collection of Higuchi Wado (樋口和堂), a Han learning (漢学) scholar lived in Sakaida, Yame. His collection ranges from chinese old texts to travel writings. Especially, the Fushimi version of the Azuma Kagami is noteworthy.
The book collection of Private Fukuoka Library deposited to the Central Library was purchased for Hirose Bunko soon after the war. Materials are related to philosophy, Japanese history and Japanese literature.
Book collection of Udo Hosokawa Family. Valuable books (including Azuma Kagami Fushimi version etc.) and materials related to Japanese literature.
Facsimile reprints of 101 series of publications published in era of Sung to Qing in China are made at Yiwen Yinshuguan in Taipei in 1964 to 1970. In each series, bibliographical documents cited from Shikoteiyo or the like were attached. Lost books were restored as much as possible.