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Syllabary order of the names of collections in Japanese.

Collection of British Legal History

Consists of 353 materials of compilations of statutes and leading cases, and research publications of the United Kingdom since the 15th century. This collection can be divided in two parts: the one is a compilation of enacted laws of England; and the other is Scottish statutes, leading cases, encyclopedias, and learned books. The legislation of England belongs to the Anglo-American law system, and the legislation of Scotland belongs to the Continental law system. This collection is valuable for individual studies on the legislation systems of England and Scotland, and also for their comparative study. Received in fiscal year 1991.
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[Location] General classification 322.33-C84, shelved in the general stacks. The 96 volumes from 1850 and before are rare books, and stored in the rare book archive.

Ishikawa Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 935 books by Tokyo University of Literature and Science Professor Ishikawa Rinshiro (English literature). Received in September 1940.
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[Location] Shelved in the general stacks. Books whose material types are “rare books” are stored in the rare book archive.

Isoda Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 221 books by Tokyo Higher Normal School Professor Isoda Ryo (western history). Received in October 1924.
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Ito Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 3,080 books by University of Tokyo Professor Emeritus Ito Masami. Received in 1991.
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[Location]Shelved in the Otsuka Library.

Iwashimizu Hachimangu Archive

A collection assembled from 30 documents and sets of records related to Iwashimizu Hachimangu of Kyoto. Many of these documents were issued or received by Shinto priests of the Tanaka family.
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[Location] Stored in the rare book archive.

Uchino Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 158 books by Tokyo University of Literature and Science Professor Uchino Tairei (Chinese philosophy and literature). Received in February 1926.
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Uno Library

A collection of approximately 1,400 items documents and archived books of Uno Kozo, an economic theorist known throughout the world for the Uno Theory of Marxist economics. The collection includes valuable documents related to economics, as well as manuscripts, unpublished lecture notes, memos, and books with handwritten margin notes. It is invaluable material for understanding the thought process and circumstances of the development of the Uno Theory. Received in February 1997.
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[Location] Stored in the Central Library, Japanese style book archive room 2. Hand-written manuscripts are stored in the rare book archive.

Wood Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 802 books by Tokyo Higher Normal School Teacher Augustus Wood (English). Received in October 1916. A significant portion of the items were lost in a fire in 1923.
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Oka Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 1,433 books by Tokyo Higher Normal School Professor Oka Asajiro (zoology). Received in July 1937.Oka Library includes many offprints.  The offprints are bound together in   "Collection of zoological papers" (181 in total) vol.1-56.
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[Location] Shelved in the general stacks. "Collection of zoological papers" are stored in the Sugadaira Research Station

Irish University Press Series of British Parliamentary Papers

A collection of 1,000 volumes of reference material, depositions, and research reports used in the legislative process by the Royal Commission, a special committee established in British Parliament in the 19th century. Received in fiscal year 1979.
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[Location] Stored in the Japanese style book archive room 2.

Okubo Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 143 books by Mr. Okubo Hisashi. Received in May 1916.
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Okakura Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 2,417 books by Tokyo Higher Normal School Professor Okakura Yoshisaburo (English linguistics and literature). Received in September 1940.Professor Okakura’s older brother Okakura Tenshin, was a pioneer in the art world. The Okakura Collection includes many difficult to obtain books covering many fields, such as English, Latin, and Korean languages and British literature. Of particular value are the dictionaries and study materials in English, German, French and Dutch from the end of the Tokugawa period to the beginning of the Meiji era.
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[Location] Shelved in the general stacks. In-library-use-only materials are Stored in the Japanese style book archive room 2.

Ototake Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 1,457 books by Tokyo University of Literature and Science Professor Ototake Iwazo (education). Received in February 1955. This collection consists of materials acquired as references by Professor Ototake Iwazo for his work日本庶民教育史/Nihon Shomin Kyoikushi, and includes materials related to the history of education and texts for girls, mainly in the form of oraimono (textbooks written in the style of a correspondence). In May 1955 Professor Karasawa Tomitaro published the乙竹文庫目録/Ototake Bunko Mokuroku as a catalog of this collection.
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[Location] Stored in the Japanese style book archive.

Kagami Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 497 books by Tokyo Marine Insurance Company President Kagami Kenkichi. Received in February 1942.
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Kasagi Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 2,891 books by National Diet Library librarian Kasagi Jiro. Received in May 1981 by University of Library and Information Science.
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[Location]Shelved in the Library on Library and Information Science.

School Lists

This is a mainly a collection of booklets with summaries of schools that were published annually by educational institutions before the war. The content is equivalent to the university handbooks that are issued today, containing information such as school facilities, regulations, and descriptions of the faculty and students.
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[Location] Stored in the Japanese style book archive room 2.

Kano Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 276 books by Tokyo Higher Normal School Professor Kato Tetsunosuke (geography). Received in November 1915.
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Kawamoto Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 60 books by Tokyo University of Education lecturer Kawamoto Unosuke (Special school of training teachers). Received in December 1961.
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Series of Chinese Classics

A voluminous collection, mainly of works in Chinese published after the Xinhai Revolution (1911), such as百部叢書/Hyakubu Sosho.
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Kitano Shrine Archive

A collection of 470 documents and records related to the Kitano Shrine of Kyoto. Most of the items are from the former collection of Shobaiin, formerly affiliated with the Kitano Shrine. There are many important historical materials regarding medieval culture and history, as well as socioeconomic history, such as shakenikki (diaries of the shrine operations) and rengakaishi (writing sheets of renga, a form of poetry).
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[Location] Stored in the rare book archive.

Documents Collected by the 6th Research Committee of Toua Institute

Documents related to land in modern China, collected by the sixth investigative committee of Toa Kenkyujo, a national policy and research institute established in Japan in 1938, and disbanded after the end of World War II
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Teacher Training Materials (TUE Faculty of Agriculture)

Textbooks from the Meiji era through the pre-war era used to train agricultural instructors. These books were transferred from the collection of Tokyo University of Education, Faculty of Agriculture.
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[Location] Stored in the Japanese style book archive room.

Kunieda Library

A collection assembled from 13 books donated by Tokyo Higher Normal School Professor Kunieda Motoji (Mathematics). Received in May 1924.
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Koizumi Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 218 books by Tokyo Higher Normal School Professor Koizumi Mataichi (education). Received in January 1917.
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Sammlung ueber Recht des Nationalsozialismus (National socialist law 1933-1945)

A collection of books and pamphlets on the theory of National Socialism. Includes the writings of many prominent scholars of German law, like Carl Schmitt, a proponent of a totalitarian view of the state and politics who established the foundations of Nazi doctrines, and Ernst Forsthoff, covering a wide range of areas, such as law philosophy, criminal law, constitutional law, civil codes, commercial law, and copyright law. There are also works by Otto Ender, the author of the constitution of Austria, Wenzeslaus Graf Gleispach, contributor to the revision of criminal law, Hans Fehr, historian of Swiss law, politicians like Adolf Hitler and Hermann Goring, as well as other authors, like Wilhelm Ropke and Werner Sombart on economics and sociology. 433 books, received in fiscal year 1983.
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[Location] General classification 322.34-Sa58, shelved in the general stacks.

Comenius Library

A collection consists of 236 items concerning Czech educator Johann Amos Comenius (1592-1670). Donated by Professor Umene Satoru, on the occasion of his retirement from the Tokyo University of Education. Included both the materials: those which Professor Umene had accumulated personally since his school days, and also those which he had purchased at public charge as a Professor of the University. Donation accepted June 1967. As a collection on Comenius, one of the most distinguished ones in the world.
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[Location] All items are rare books. Classified based on each content. Stored in the rare book archive.

Saida Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 396 books by Tokyo Higher Normal School Professor Saida Kotaro (botany). Received in April 1924.
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Saito Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 313 books on Chinese literature and poetry etc. by Mr. Saito Michihiko. Received in August 1962.
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Sakuraba Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 241 books by Tokyo Higher Normal School Professor Sakuraba Takeshi (judo). Received in September 2010.
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Miscellanea

Documents from shrines and temples in Kyoto, such as Ichijoin, To-ji, Kiyomizu-dera Jojuin, Tada Shrine, and Gion Hojuin. Except for the items purchased after the war, at the same time as the documentation related to the Kitano Shrine, most of the materials have been acquired one-by-one.
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[location] Stored in the rare book archive.

Stein Collection (Bibliothek Ludwig und Arthur Stein)

Consists of the former private library of the German philosopher Ludwig Stein (1859-1930) and his son Arthur Stein. Valuable to investigate their philosophical background. Their philosophy has a specific character in that both Ludwig and Arthur Stein were pioneers in perceiving the importance of social and educational problems in contemporary culture. In this sense, this collection has a great value for the research of the social and educational philosophies early in the 20th century, containing plenty of literature related to those subjects. Received in fiscal year 1979.
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[Location] Classified based on each content. Shelved in the general stacks. Ones published in and before 1850 are rare books and stored in the rare book archive.

Shoheiko Archives

A collection of 315 items, including academic diaries from 1800 to 1862, the correspondence of the headmaster Hayashi Jussai and Confucian scholar Sato Issai, booklets and leaflets related to the school, and receipt ledgers for the school collection.
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[Location] Stored in the rare book archive.

Jinbo Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 328 books by Tokyo Higher Normal School Professor Jinbo Kaku (linguistics). Received in September 1939. Most of the collection was destroyed during the war.
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Psychology and Psychiatry Collection

Materials from fields such as behavior theory and psychiatric history and various fields of psychology, such as educational, social, industrial, experimental, and abnormal psychology. A collection of primarily British and American literature published in the past century (1864-1975) from the perspective of psychology, psychiatry, psychoanalysis, and psychotherapy. 1,458 books, received in fiscal year 1978.
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[Location] All items are rare books. Classified based on each content. Shelved in the general stacks.

Historical materials related to Suzuki Torao

Historical materials related to Suzuki Torao, handed down in his descendant family
A collection consisted of 764 historical materials (612 books) related to Suzuki Torao, a scholar of Chinese literature who was a professor of Tokyo Higher Normal School and Kyoto Imperial University. Received in September 1939. Suzuki Torao was a pioneer in research on the culture and literature of China (Sinology) in Japan. His followers include Yoshikawa Kojiro and Ogawa Tamaki. Many works of classical Chinese poetry are introduced, including those by Du Fu, as well as poems written by Suzuki Torao himself, under the pen name “Hyouken”. This collection contains many original Chinese poems and poetry manuscripts. Received the Order of Culture in 1961. The collection also includes 15 letters from Kuga Katsunan, a notable Meiji-era journalist, and father-in-law of Suzuki Torao. (44 items were added in May 2014.)

Historical materials related to Suzuki Torao, once possessed by Chozenkan Suzuki family
A collection of an additional 473 items of historical material related to Suzuki Torao received in March 2010. Received in December 2013. This collection contains materials obtained from descendants of the Suzuki family, who operated a Han Chinese language school Chozenkan until 1912 in Aozu-mura, Nishikanbara-gun (presently, Tsubame-shi) in Niigata prefecture, the birthplace of Suzuki Torao. Many of these materials were in private collections, etc. before being donated to university of Tsukuba. The bulk of the collection is correspondence addressed to Suzuki Torao’s father and brother.
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[Location] Stored in the rare book archive.

Senbon Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 192 books by Senbon Yoshitaka (Mathematics). Received in June 1919.
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Daitokuji Archive

A collection consists of documents and records related to Daitokuji temple in Kyoto.
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[Location] Stored in the rare book archive.

Takeuchi Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 3,279 books by Mr. Takeuchi Akio of University of Tokyo (jurisprudence). Received in March 1996.
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[Location]Shelved in the Otsuka Library.

Chinese Classical Dramas and Novels Collection (part I, II)

A collection fine editions of famous Chinese dramatic novels, such as古典戯曲叢刊/Koten Gikyoku Sokan, 雑劇十段錦/Zatsugeki Judankin, and雑劇西遊記/Zatsugeki Saiyuki, assembled with the expertise of an experienced collector. The collection covers works related to dramatic novels since the Republic of China era. Part I was received in 1992 and part II was in 1999.
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[Location] Shelved in the general stacks. Books whose material types are “Japanese style books” are stored in the Japanese style book archive.

Chinese Collection

Several large series publications published in China, e.g. 四庫全書/ Sìkù quánshū.
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Chofukuji Archive

Documents and records related to Chofukuji temple in Kyoto.
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[Location] Stored in the rare book archive.

University of Tsukuba Press Publications

Established in July 2007 for the purpose of widely disseminating the results of research at University of Tsukuba through publication. Each year, several volumes are published covering a wide range of academic fields.
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[Location] Shelved in “University of Tsukuba Press corner” and “University-related materials room” on the 2nd floor of the Central Library.

Doi Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 58 books by Tokyo Higher Normal School Professor Doi Kochi (English and Japanese literature). Received in July 1924.
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Tokyo Olympic collection

A collection assembled by the former Tokyo University of Education Department of Physical Education, commemorating the Tokyo Olympics held in 1964.
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[Location] General classification 780.69-Olympic. Shelved in the Art and Physical Education Library.

Tokyo University of Education Textbooks and Curriculum Library

In 1947, the Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers approved the donation of representative textbooks, educational books, and other related materials to the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, and American Education Libraries (AEL) were established at 12 sites throughout Japan. In 1948, the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture added Japanese materials like textbooks and instruction guidelines, and three libraries were combined, AEL, Japan Educational Curriculum Library (ECL), and the Institute for Education Leadership (IFEL), and renamed the Textbooks and Curriculum Library. The Tokyo University of Education Textbooks and Curriculum Library was inherited from the predecessor institution, Tokyo University of Literature and Science, and is a collection of 19,461 volumes (18,738 textbooks and instruction books, 723 subject-related books).
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[Location] Shelved as school textbooks (old editions) on the 5th floor of the Main bldg. of the Central Library.

Illness Diaries

A collection of records on the thoughts and experiences of people afflicted by illness, and the nursing staff. Organized by disease name.
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[Location] Shelved on the 2nd floor of the Medical Library.

Nakazawa Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 253 books by Nakazawa Hisao, a student of the department of literature, Tokyo Higher Normal School. Received in June 1923.
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Naka Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 2,000 books by Higher Normal School Professor Naka Michiyo (Eastern history). Received in September 1909.
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Nakamura Library

A collection consisted of 106 books. Previous owner is unidentified. Received in March 1909.
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Nakayama Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 6 books by Tokyo University of Literature and Science Professor Nakayama Kyushiro (Eastern history). Received in September 1926.
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Nanma Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 936 books by Tokyo Higher Normal School Professor Nanma Tsunanori (Chinese philosophy). Received in May 1915.
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Ninomiya Library

Previously the collection of Ninomiya Hiroyuki, Professor Emeritus at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, a historian of Western history in post-war Japan (approximately 8,500 western books). In addition to specialty fields like the ideological history and institutional history of the era of absolute monarchy in France, the collection also covers main documents about the French Revolution and social history. There are also precious primary historical reference sources, such as collections of Royal Orders and Laws of the 16th to 18th centuries. The collection remains organized in nearly the same way as devised by Professor Ninomiya, making it possible to understand more about the entire Ninomiya historiography.
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[Location] General classification 235.05-N76. General books are shelved in the Otsuka Library. The rare books published in and before 1850 are stored in the rare book archive of the Central Library.

Noda Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 25 books by Tokyo Higher Normal School Professor Noda Tadashi (physics). Received in October 1922.
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Bauhausbuecher & Catalogues of Bauhaus Exhibition

A collection including exhibition catalogs with declarative statements from the German Bauhaus School of Arts & Crafts, a central influence in modern design movement at the start of the 20th century. It is valuable material for understanding the design process and ideology of the time. Includes works by Bauhaus instructors as well as leaders of the movement in Europe. 17 books, received in fiscal year 1981.
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[Location] General classification 702.06-B28.Shelved in the Art and Physical Education Library.

Hatano Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 459 books by Tokyo Higher Normal School Professor Hatano Teinosuke (education). Received in July 1924.
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Hayashi Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 1,903 books by Tokyo Higher Normal School Professor Hayashi Taisuke (Han learning). Received in December 1922.
A collection of many precious items, such as論語集注/Rongo Shicchu or Lunyu jizhu, transcribed in Genki era. The main focus is on Chinese culture adopted in Japan, and Japanese editions of Chinese works.
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Hidaka Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 1,234 books by Higher Normal School Professor Hidaka Masane (education and philosophy). Received in December 1922.Includes a booklet entitled日高文庫設立顛末/Hidaka Bunko Setsuritsu Tenmatsu. Professor Hidaka collected a large number of books while studying in Germany, but died just two years after returning to Japan. It was decided to create an archive of these books in his memory. Donations were collected, and the collection was established. The funds were donated by 447 prominent scholars, including Kano Jigoro, Natsume Kinnosuke (Soseki), and Kitasato Shibasaburo.
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Fukutomi Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 62 books by Tokyo Higher Normal School Professor Fukutomi Takasue (education). Received in November 1894.
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Collection Histoire de l'education en France

Consists of 365 volumes of books published from 18th to 20th century. The main part of this collection is the materials around the 1870's, the period of the formation of the Third Republic (1870-1940). Includes various subjects, such as educational system, educational administration, classical writings in thoughts in pedagogy, and also reports of the situation of the elementary education in the 19th century, the minutes of conference of teachers, pamphlets of local statistics of education, etc. Received in fiscal year 1987.
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[Location] General classification 372.35-C84. General books are shelved in the general stacks. 107 books, which are rare books published in and before 1850 are stored in the rare book archive

Voyage de Humboldt & Bonpland : voyage aux regions equinoxiales du nouveau continent

These are the records of the trip made by Alexander von Humboldt in equatorial South America from 1799 to 1804. It contains descriptions of the topography, politics, and culture of the region, with about half of the records devoted to botany and plant geography. 35 books, received in fiscal year 1984.
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[Location] Genearl classification 450.955-H98. Shelved in the large book stacks on the 1st floor of the Main bldg. of the Central Library.

Memorial Collection of closure of the Tokyo University of Education

A collection consisting of 132 Japanese books, established to commemorate the closing of Tokyo University of Literature and Science in May 1967.
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Besson collection (The Max Besson Library of "Japonica" collection)

Collected by Max Besson in Paris, consists of about 380 items of publications related to the first encounter of Japan with Europe. Chiefly literatures of early Christianity in Japan, published in 16th and 17th centuries. Rare books of overseas editions of early Christianity in Japan included, such as "Oratio habita a Fara D. Martino", and the trilogy of Collado.
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[Location] All items are rare books. General classification 198.221-B39. Shelved in the rare book archive.

Heffernan Library

Ms. Helen Heffernan held a doctorate in education, and came to Japan from November 1946 to December 1947 to serve as the director of the Civil Information and Educational Section (CIE) responsible for planning and supervising elementary education. Dr. Heffernan was in charge of creating the new social studies textbooks, and requested the cooperation of the former Tokyo University of Education educational research group. The Heffernan Collection includes 25 magazine titles and 221 volumes of books published in America, which were donated to Tokyo University of Education when Dr. Heffernan returned to the USA.
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[Location] Classification: Books are 372.107-H, journals are “Heffernan Library.” Both books and journals are shelved as textbooks (old editions) on the 5th floor of the Main bldg. of the Central Library.

Hozumi Library

A collection of 4,023 items from the former collection of Hozumi Nobushige, who was deeply involved in the process of establishing the modern laws of Japan, and leading authority on legal studies in the Meiji and Taisho eras, and Hozumi Shigeto, Professor at Tokyo Imperial University, and eldest son of Nobushige. Received in March 1952. In the early 1950s this collection was part of the materials related to the Hozumi family that were provided to the academic community by the family themselves. Professor Inada Masatsugu of the Tokyo University of Education Department of Literature purchased the materials with research funds. Materials related to the Hozumi family are archived at University of Tokyo Faculty of Law Library, as well as at University of Tsukuba.
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Honaga Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 314 books by Tokyo Higher Normal School Professor Honaga Shigesuke (ethics). Received in November 1933.
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Mabuchi Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection by University of tsukuba Professor Emeritus Mabuchi Kazuo (Japanese Linguistics). A collection of references related to phonological studies of Chinese characters, consisting of 171 books, such as various韻鏡/Inkyo (Yunjing or “Mirror of Rhymes”) books and Inkyo research books. Received in March 2003.
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[Location] Stored in the rare book archive and Japanese style book archive.

Miyaki Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 5,772 books by Miyaki Yuitsu, the chief priest of Jutokuji temple in Takinogawa, Tokyo. Received in July 1938. Miyaki Yuitsu collected textbooks from schools and temple schools around the time of the Meiji Restoration, while he was a practicing monk. His collection was reported to be a total of more than 20,000 books. On the recommendation of Ototake Iwazo, Professor at Tokyo University of Literature and Science, a portion of this collection (textbooks) was donated to Tokyo University of Literature and Science, which established a textbook collection with the Miyaki collection as the foundation.
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[Location] Stored in the Japanese style book archive.

Miyake Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 5,043 books by Tokyo University of Literature and Science President Miyake Yonekichi (history and archaeology). The collection content is diverse, and includes many difficult to obtain books, mainly related to history.
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Textbooks from the Meiji era

Textbooks for primary and secondary education from the Meiji through pre-war period.
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[Location] Stored in the Japanese style book archive room 1.

Porfirio Diaz Library (The Private Library of Porfirio Diaz, President of Mexico)

A collection of 486 items of related materials added to the former collection of Mexican President Porfirio Diaz (1830 ? 1915), which was purchased as a large collection in 1982. Diaz was a dominant figure in Mexico for a period of 35 years, from 1877 to 1911, both as President and as a kingmaker. In 1911, however, he resigned as President after a revolution and went into exile in France. This collection consists of books and official documents that were left behind in the official residence when Diaz left, supplemented by additional documents as reference material.
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[Location] All items are rare books. General classification 256.08-D71. Stored in the rare book archive.

Collection of education policy (MEXT)

A collection of 648 items related to educational reform after the war, assembled and held by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology. Received in December 2007. These are education-related materials that complement the educational curriculum collection (19,461 volumes including Japanese textbooks and instruction guidelines, representative textbooks and education books from the USA, and the Institute for Education Leadership (IFEL) library) at the University. Includes many conference materials and policy reference materials related to the educational system.
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[Location] General classification 372.107-M. Shelved as textbooks (old editions) on the 5th floor of the Main bldg. of the Central Library.

Yumoto Library

Believed to be the former collection of Higher Normal School Professor Yumoto Takehiko (Education). 67 books, received in November 1967.
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Коллекция русского и славянского языкознания (Studies in Russian and Slavic languages)

A collection that can also be called the Soviet linguistics study series, carefully selected from personal collections assembled over many years by renowned researchers in Russian and Slavic language studies, based on expert advice. This collection contains fundamental books with a high academic value on the area of Russian and Slavic linguistics, focused mainly on publications of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. The scope of the collection is mainly the Russian language, and also extends to common-use Slavic, Eastern Slavic, Western Slavic, and Southern Slavic, as well as general linguistics. In addition, there are also many Soviet-published research works on the Finno-Ugric languages, Turkic languages, and Caucasian languages. There is also folklore literature related to linguistics. 318 books, received in fiscal year 1987.
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[Location] General classification 889-Ko55. Shelved in the general stacks.

Watanabe Ichiro Library

A collection assembled from the previous collection of 398 books by University of Tsukuba Professor Emeritus Watanabe Ichiro (faculty of education, budo). Contains a large amount of valuable historical material related to modern martial arts, and important content for both Japanese studies and studies of martial arts. Received in fiscal year 2012.
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[Location] General classification789.021-W46. Stored in the Japanese style book archive of the Central Library.

IFEL Library

The Institute for Education Leadership (IFEL) workshops were held starting in 1948 in various locations throughout Japan at venues like universities, sponsored by the Civil Information and Educational Section (CIE), with the aim of instilling a new education system in Japan after the war. The IFEL Collection contains teaching materials that were used for the workshop held at Tokyo University of Education in 1952, which were donated when the workshops concluded. Contains 1,931 books covering education in general, published in America in the 1940s and 1950s. (Previous collection of the laboratory of education of Tokyo University of Education) Received in March 2004.
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[Location] Shelved as textbooks (old editions) on the 5th floor of the Main bldg. of the Central Library.