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.
An image database of rare materials (photos, maps, private money, etc.) on a coal mining region of Kyushu from the Meiji to Showa period, housed in the Manuscript Library, Business & Economics Section, Kyushu University.
Contents Type : Wahon, Chinese Books, Japanese Books
Subject : Literature, Linguistics
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".
Former collection of Professor Hiroshi Hirata(平田, 寛) of the Faculty of Letters, mainly related to Japanese art history.
It was donated to the Department of Aesthetics and Art History, Faculty of Letters in 2013.
Former collection of Setsuko Jono (1914-2002), the first female professor at Kyushu University and a professor of the College of Liberal Arts, mainly related to French literature, donated to the Ropponmatsu Branch Library by the Jono family in 2002.
In the middle of 19th century, brilliant industrial products like textiles, wallpapers, metalwork, potteries, glasses are manufactured applying theories of decoration art in Britain. These products were introduced at World Expos and became popular.
Former collection of Associate Professor Morikazu Kaibara, Faculty of Medicine, Kyushu Imperial University.
Western books were donated and received by the Department of Bacteriology in 1944, and Japanese books were donated and received by the Department of Bacteriology in 1945.
Contents Type : Wahon, Japanese Books, Western Books
Subject : Medical Science
Katsumi Kaida was a professor at the Faculty of Medicine of Kyushu Imperial University, director of the Ikinomatsubara Branch of the Faculty of Medicine, and director of the Tuberculosis Research Institute of the Faculty of Medicine, and devoted his life to research on chest diseases and tubercul