Tui or Parson Bird Prosthemadera Novae Zealandiae. From: 'A history of the birds of New Zealand' by Walter Lawry Buller
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41 Stunning Books: A selection of modern private press books. Online exhibition

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The private press books on show are all hand-crafted: printed on fine paper, bound individually, limited in issue number, and almost all contain fine…

A Letterpress Legacy: The Dartmouth College Book Arts Workshop. Online exhibition

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Contributors: Dartmouth Book Arts Workshop; Special Collections, University of Otago

A sketchbook by William Fox

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A collection of pictures by Sir William Fox (1812-1893). These works are mainly watercolours of New Zealand landscapes and scenes, painted between…

Contributors: Dr T. M. Hocken, Sir William Fox

Aliens, Androids, & Unicorns: The Hal Salive Science Fiction and Fantasy Collection. Online exhibition

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Architectural drawings

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Examples of architectural drawings from the Hocken Collections.

Black + White + Grey. The Lives + Works of Eric Gill + Robert Gibbings. Online exhibition

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Botanical Teaching Wallcharts

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A selection of the teaching charts from the Department of Botany showcases the type of teaching resources found at the University of Otago.

Contributors: Department of Botany, University of Otago

Botany: Our Heritage, Our Future. A Celebration of Teaching and Research at the University of Otago. Online Exhibition

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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…

Contributors: Various Collectors

By Land & By Sea: Scientific Expedition Reports in Special Collections from 1826 to the 1960s. Online exhibition

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Celebrating Charles Dickens (1812-1870). Online exhibition

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On 7 February 1812, Charles Dickens was born in Portsmouth, England. As a consequence, world-wide celebrations have taken place in 2012, the…

Contributors: Various collectors