Rare Books and Special Collections, The University of Sydney Library

Identificatie

Bestandsidentificatie

daa/190

Geauthoriseerde naam

Rare Books and Special Collections, The University of Sydney Library

Parallelle vormen van de naam

Aandere naamsvormen

  • Formerly Fisher Library, Rare Books and Special Collections

Soort

  • Universiteit

Contact

Soort

adres

Adres

Level 1, Fisher Library, Eastern Avenue, University of Sydney

Locality

Sydney

Region

New South Wales

Landnaam

Postcode

2006

Telefoon

02 9351 2992

Fax

E-mail

Aantekening

Beschrijving

Geschiedenis

Rare Books and Special Collections includes early printed books from Europe, Australia, America, and Asia. We also collect examples of fine printing and binding; modern limited editions; science fiction; detective fiction; collections of personal papers, documents, and literary manuscripts; publications from East Asia.

Included in our holdings are pre-2013 University of Sydney higher degree theses and University of Sydney publications. There are over 200 000 items in our collections.

Geografische en culturele context

Mandaat/bronnen van bevoegdheid

The University of Sydney

Organisatie structuur

  • Manager, Rare Books and Special Collections
  • Rare Books and Special Collections Liaison Librarian
  • Rare Books and Special Collections Liaison Librarian East Asian Collection
  • Digitisation Projects Assistant.

Records management and collecting policies

Available on request from the Manager, Rare Books and Special Collections.

Gebouwen

Located: Level 1, Fisher Library, Eastern Avenue, F03 Camperdown Campus, University of Sydney.

Bestanden

The Archive of Australian Judaica contains source materials relating to Australian Jewish life, from the origins of Jewish communities in Australia up to the present day. https://judaica.library.sydney.edu.au/

The University Library’s East Asian Collection comprises material published in Chinese, Japanese and Korean languages. The rare, string-bound books and expensive art collections are located at Rare Books & Special Collections. Search the Library catalogue http://opac.library.usyd.edu.au/ and limit the search by 'language'.

Toegangen, gidsen en publicaties

Toegang

Openingstijden

Our Reading Room: open Monday to Friday 9.30am-4.30pm.
Closed Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.

Raadpleegvoorwaarden en -eisen

Proof of identity required.

Please let us know before you visit so we can retrieve the items ready for you to consult. https://library.sydney.edu.au/collections/rare-books/index.html

The vast majority of our collections are available for research consultation. In the rare instance where a donor has specified closed access, access to the records may be gained by permission from copyright holder or other authorised agent.

Toegankelijkheid

dienstverlening

onderzoeksdienstverlening

General reference assistance available.

reproduktiedienstverlening

Scanning approval given on case-by-case basis from books, journals, and photographs for personal education use only.

If you wish to reproduce any images of Rare Books and Special Collections material in publications or on the internet, please contact Rare Books and Special Collections for permission. A reproduction fee may be charged.

In all circumstances any reproductions must be credited to "Rare Books and Special Collections, the University of Sydney Library".

Publiekruimten

Beheer

Identificatie van de beschrijving

Identificatiecode van de instelling

Toegepaste regels en/of conventies

Status

Niveau van detaillering

Datering van aanmaak, herziening of verwijdering

Revised 28 April 2018

Taal (talen)

Schrift(en)

Bronnen

Onderhoudsaantekeningen

Trefwoorden

Access Points

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Eerste contactpersoon

Level 1, Fisher Library, Eastern Avenue, University of Sydney
Sydney, New South Wales 2006