2 edition of Dr Hocken of Dunedin found in the catalog.
Dr Hocken of Dunedin
A. G. Hocken
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||A. G. Hocken.|
|LC Classifications||Z989.H63 H63 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 194 p. :|
|Number of Pages||194|
|LC Control Number||2009437561|
Get this from a library! Hocken: prince of collectors. [Donald Kerr] -- "Dr Thomas Morland Hocken () arrived in Dunedin in , aged Throughout his busy life as a medical practitioner he amassed books, manuscripts, sketches, maps and photographs of early. The Library has collections of books, newspapers, periodicals, archives, photographs, pictures, published music and many genealogical sources. The Library was founded in through the gift of Dr. T.M. Hocken and is administered in trust for the people of New Zealand by the University of Otago.
Get this from a library! Dr T.M. Hocken, a gentleman of his time. [A G Hocken; Hocken Library.] -- "The Lecture serves to draw attention upon the Hocken Library, to offer a forum for discussion of matters of interest to one of the most important historical repositories in New Zealand. The Hocken. Hocken Collections, Dunedin, New Zealand. 3, likes talking about this. Hocken Collections - Uare Taoka o Hākena. History and culture of New Zealand, the Pacific and Antarctica, with a Followers: K.
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Thomas Morland Hocken (–) arrived in Dunedin in at the age of Throughout his busy life as a medical practitioner he amassed books, manuscripts, sketches, maps, and photographs of early New : J.E. Traue. In Dr T.M. Hocken of Dunedin - historian, bibliographer and collector - undertook to gift to the University of Otago his magnificent collection of books, manuscripts, paintings and other historical documents relating to New Zealand and the Pacific.
Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Hocken, A. G; Format: Book; xii, p.: ill. (some col.), map, port. ; 25 cm. Dr Thomas Morland Hocken (–) arrived in Dunedin inaged Throughout his busy life as a medical practitioner he amassed books, manuscripts, sketches, maps and photographs of early New Zealand.
Much of his initial collecting focuse. The book In Dr T.M. Hocken of Dunedin – historian, bibliographer and collector – undertook to gift to the University of Otago his magnificent collection of books, manuscripts, paintings and other historical documents relating to New Zealand and the Pacific.
Dr Hocken in his garden at ‘Atahapara’, Moray Place, Dunedin. Hocken Pictorial Collection: Dr Hocken of Dunedin book. A book exploring the life and collection of the man whose personal donation formed the basis of the University of Otago’s Hocken Library, Dr Thomas Morland Hocken, will be launched this evening.
On 9 Januarythe Dunedin architect John Burnside was appointed to design the extension to the Otago Museum that would house Dr Hocken’s collection of books, manuscripts and pictures. The Hocken Wing, the first substantial addition to the Otago Museum, was opened by Lord Plunket on 31 March Dr Hocken was too ill to attend the ceremony, dying 6 weeks later on 17 May The books.
Lel, Father Christmas, and ‘The Sun’s Babies’. Tuesday, December 19th, | Hocken Collections | 2 Comments. Post researched and written by David Murray, Archivist.
One of the cutest Christmas messages in the Hocken Collections is found on a postcard in the papers of Dunedin poet and editor Charles Brasch. Doctor, historian, collector, bibliographer This biography, written by S. Strachan, was first published in the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography in Thomas Morland Hocken, whose name is perpetuated in the Hocken Library, Dunedin, was born on 14 January in Rutlandshire, England.
After a brief career as ship's surgeon on immigrant ships, Hocken settled into general practice in Dunedin in His enthusiasm for New Zealand's flora blossomed into.
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Dr Thomas Morland Hocken () arrived in Dunedin inaged Throughout his busy life as a medical practitioner he amassed books, manuscripts, sketches, maps and photographs of early New Zealand.
Just in time for our centenary on Wednesday we have had some banners installed on the Hocken forecourt.
One features a close up of Dr Thomas Morland Hocken and the other a design from the book, The grammar of ornament: illustrated by examples from various styles of ornament, one hundred and twelve plates, by Owen Jones, published in He then opened a bookshop in Dunedin. In Trimble was appointed the first Hocken Librarian after Dr T.
Hocken donated his collection of New Zealand materials to the City of Dunedin. Trimble’s scholarship was recorded as being‘ wide and systematic’ and he produced the very first catalogue of the Hocken Collection in Hocken holds three editions of the book, including Cassell & Co’s original edition and the edition shown here.
The illustrations are by the. Hocken has written: 'Dr Hocken of Dunedin' -- subject(s): Biography, Hocken Library, Coroners, Book collectors, College administrators. In an appendix to his book, 'Contributions to the Early History of New Zealand (Otago)', Dr Thomas Morland Hocken published lists of passenger arrivals from vessels despatched from Great Britain to the settlement of Otago, between and These ships arrived at Port Chalmers between March and January Hocken Collections, 90 Anzac Ave, Dunedin.
Guide for Hocken Collections events. Founded on a collection donated by Dr T M Hocken in and entrusted to the University of Otago for the people of New Zealand, Hocken Collections is a. How Dr Hocken would have loved this book. After a brief career as ship's surgeon on immigrant ships, Hocken settled into general practice in Dunedin in His enthusiasm for New Zealand's.
Hocken excelled in my hunting Talbot, a prize-winning novelist, as well as journalist, short story writer and poet. Not only do the collections have rare copies of her major books, but there is an archive (/) on Frances Ellen Talbot (her birth name in Yorkshire) presented in by Dr George Griffiths.
Dr Thomas Morland Hocken settled in Dunedin in the s, and was the city’s coroner for 22 years. A collector, he amassed ‘items’ (books, pamphlets, artworks, and other pieces) on how NZ came to be, and bequeathed these items to the people of New Zealand, to be managed by the University of Otago.Hocken Collections (Māori: Uare Taoka o Hākena, formerly the Hocken Library) is a research library, historical archive, and art gallery based in Dunedin, New library collection, which is of national significance, is administered by the University of Otago.
The Collections' specialist areas include items relating to the history of New Zealand and the Pacific, with .Hocken offered his historical collection of books, pamphlets, newspapers, maps, paintings, and manuscripts to the citizens of Dunedin inon condition that it be suitably housed.
In subscription lists for a building were opened, to which the Government added a .