Former collection of about 1400 volumes about Tang stories and Tang books by Matazo Ishizaki who was a former librarian of Tokyo Imperial University Library and published a fine book "History of Chinese slang literature in modern Japan".
Personal collection on geological science by Prof.Tokunosuke Ito.
A part of personal holdings of Dr. Kokichi Kano. Kyushu University purchased Korean books, directories and bibliographic catalogs from his holdings.
Private collection of Prof. Kikuchi Isao(菊池 勇夫) about labor law, social law and legal philosophy.
Books donated by Kyushu International Culture Assosiation.
Documents on politics, diplomacy and culture in the Far East during World War II.
Private collection of Kondo Isai (近藤畏斎), a feudal retainer of the Hirado Domain.
Personal collection on European literature by Kori Torahiko (郡虎彦) , an international playwright born in Japan. Prof. Akira Osawa, a professor belonged to Faculty of Law and Letter, was a close friend of Kori and it might be a reason of the donation of the collection.
Private collection of Prof. Tamura Sen-ichiro (田村 専一郎), related to Japanese history and Japanese literature. The collection contains the oldest copy of "Yamato Tales" appointed national cultural asset.
Book collection about science history collected by Prof. Kuwaki Ayao (桑木 彧雄, Ayao, 1878-1945).
Former book collection of the late professor Charless Perrat (French National Paleography School) About 3,800 Materials related to history auxiliary sciences, especially paleography, western legal history and local history.
Private collection of Prof. Philippe Lotmar (1850-1922), a formar president of the University of Bern, about Roman law, private law, labor law, legal philosophy etc.
Eto Masazumi's (Kokugaku thinker, 1836-1911) autograph manuscripts. His manuscripts are based on the huge collection of books and catalogs, some of them are already dissipated.
Pribate collection of Masuda Koho (益田古峯), a teacher at Shuyukan (修猷館). The collection is mainly consists of the literary works written by Confucianists.
Private collection of Prof. Matsunami Taigan (松涛 泰巌).
Buddhist scriptures published in Edo period.