5 edition of The Quaker collection of the Morris Miller Library, University of Tasmania; found in the catalog.
The Quaker collection of the Morris Miller Library, University of Tasmania;
Written in English
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Andrew Dickson White (November 7, – November 4, ) was an American historian and educator, who was the cofounder of Cornell University and served as its first president for nearly two decades. He was known for expanding the scope of college curricula. A politician, he had served as state senator in New York. He was later appointed as a US diplomat to Germany . Many of the photographs of Richardson and her family were received with the papers, while Dorothy Green lent about 30 photographs for copying. A collection of books used by Richardson when writing The Young Cosima was sold to the Library by the University of Tasmania Library in They had originally been purchased by E. Morris Miller in
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Some items designated Morris Miller Quaker Rare are located in the Special & Rare collections. Collection code: Morris Miller Quaker. See also Quaker Life in Tasmania - online exhibition (including a history of the Quaker Collection). Quaker Life in Tasmania - the first hundred years, by Michael Bennett, University of Tasmania Library, The Rare Book Collection is housed in the restricted-access Rare Room.
The Collection comprises books, journals, maps and private papers from a range of sub-collections including Christ College (part of which remains uncatalogued), Abercrombie, Baikie, Dunbabin, Franklin, Quaker, Royal Society of Tasmania, St John Fisher College, University of Tasmania and.
The Quaker collection, now housed as part of the Special and Rare Collections of the University of Tasmania Library, owes its presence at the Library to former University Librarian Dan Sprod.
Morris Miller featured treasures from The Royal Society of Tasmania collection, including the Mitchell sketchbook of 19th century drawings and diary extracts, items from the Quaker Collection. The Morris Miller Library, which opened inserves the Faculty of Arts at the University of Tasmania's Sandy Bay campus.
Inthe Library hosts the Special Collection which includes the records of the Industrial School for Girls - Hobart.
The collections are managed and housed in the Morris Miller Library on the Sandy Bay campus. The Special and Rare Collections is a set The Royal Society of Tasmania Library Collection is housed as part of a longstanding agreement.
The collection has more than 8, rare books and journal and houses the largest Quaker collection of books and. MORRIS MILLER LIBRARY. The Royal Society of Tasmania (RST) Library was transferred to the University of Tasmania (UTAS) Library in Since this time the Collection has been housed at the Morris Miller Library on the Sandy Bay campus and has been managed by the UTAS Library.
Much of the Collection has been catalogued and is available via the Library’s. Quaker Collection () Miller, SLetter from S Miller to Dr GF Story, Walker, George WashingtonGeorge Washington Walker's Letter Book,University of Tasmania Library Special and Rare Materials Collection.
The Morris Miller Library on the Sandy Bay campus is open between - and can be accessed only via booking. The safety of staff and students is our number one priority and use of the Library will be within COVID guidelines.
Staff and students working or studying on campus must complete the COVID-Safe return to campus module in MyLO. Private Deposit Collection: University of Tasmania Library Special and Rare Collections The Private Deposit Collections include materials from private individuals, families, charities, organisations and local business records relating to the intellectual, cultural and commercial life of early Tasmania.
Get this from a library. The Quaker collection of the Morris Miller Library, University of Tasmania. [Frances Mary Hellessey Dunn; University of Tasmania. Library.]. Housed in the Morris Miller Library on the Sandy Bay campus, the Special and Rare Collections is a set of legacy collections that has been donated and acquired since the university’s inception in In this collection was confirmed as nationally significant by a National Library of Australia assessment.
Morris Miller Library staff thank all students for their patience, as a staged return to campus and the reopening of our libraries is made. Morris Miller Library opening hours are am – 6pm, Monday to Friday.
Updates will soon follow as to the opening arrangements for our other University libraries. The Library is housed in the Morris Miller Library, Sandy Bay Campus, University of Tasmania, and a branch library is housed at the Northern Regional Library of the State Library of Tasmania.
UTAS Library houses and manages the collection as part of a longstanding agreement between the Society and the University. Quaker, Religious Society of Friends, Tasmania, religious history, social history, Australia, George Washington Walker, library, books, James Backhouse, George Walker Publisher: University of Tasmania Library Special and Rare Materials Collection.
EDMUND MORRIS MILLER (), M.A. Litt. Honorary member of LAA/ALIA Obituary in The Australian Library Journal Marchpp by P.R. Eldershaw Anyone who studied at the University of Tasmania between and must have felt the presence of Morris Miller; some (like myself) were lucky enough to be in personal touch with him as his.
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The University of Tasmania now has a very strong research collection in relation to the history of the Quakers. Quite a lot of the artefacts and so on, illustrations, come from a private. Most of the books in the Library's main collection are available for loan. The Library also has a growing collection of eBooks - look under the Library Online tab for more information about using eBooks.
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While looking for some totally unrelated statistics on the ABS website I came across a feature article from the Tasmanian Yearbook about the Morris Miller budget for $,!I like the section on future developments:Establishment of a library branch in northern Tasmania, as an expansion of the present extension service, will be .Ask us for help - UTAS - University of Tasmania.
Yes, you can donate books to the Library. Please review the Library Donation Guidelines, available on the Library Policies page, for more information.; Donations are evaluated for possible addition to the Library's collections by the Librarian for the Subject in accordance with the Library's Collection Development Policy.
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