A series of texts by John White (1826-1891) that covers, in Māori with English translation, many aspects of Māori knowledge, history and tradition, including karakia (prayers), Pūrākau (myths), waiata (songs), whakapapa (genealogies) and whakatauki (proverbs).
A collection of capping carnival programmes published by Victoria.
Experiment was a journal of the Victoria University literary society.
Heels was a journal of the Victoria University tramping club.
A collection of full text documents that presents the bilingual nature of New Zealand’s legal history.
Legal Māori Archive documents using the language of Māori governing bodies
Legal Māori Archive documents using the language of agreement and obligation
Legal Māori Archive documents using Māori community generated language
Legal Māori Archive documents using court and tribunal language
Legal Māori Archive documents using the language of the Crown
Legal Māori Archive documents using the Statutory language
A selection of books about the history of Victoria University of Wellington.
The New Zealand Home and Building magazine, published between 1937 and 1998.
A collection of letters written by eminent historian J.C. Beaglehole to his family.
A collection of texts by Katherine Mansfield.
A journal of New Zealand Studies.
The Journal of the Nelson Historical Society
New Zealand Design Review was the journal of the Architectural Centre, Inc., Wellington.
The campaign and regimental histories covering New Zealand's involvement in the First World War.
A series covering topics relating to media studies and media arts of interest in a New Zealand context.
A wide selection of books relating to New Zealand, including fiction, diaries, history and other general non-fiction.
A selection of texts relating to the nineteenth century New Zealand Wars, and the events surrounding them.
This corpus aims to assemble in digital format a comprehensive collection of nineteenth-century New Zealand fiction. Although the focus will be on full-length novels, shorter pieces published as pamphlets, newspaper supplements, and journal articles will also be included. The corpus as it stands at September 2008 consists of 56 texts, along with a scholarly introduction and the full-text critical monograph Maoriland: New Zealand Literature, 1872-1914.
This project gives an overview of the history of the print industry in Wellington from 1840–2000, as seen through a sampling of the printers' works and correspondence.
This collection aims to gather issues of Salient : an organ of student opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. from Victoria University of Wellington.
Issues of SMAD: Sapienta Magis Auro Desideranda 1930-1937. Victoria University of Wellington student magazine.
Multiple volumes of the New Zealand literary journal, Sport.
A journal of Māori postgraduate writing.
This collection contains works related to Captain James Cook written by John Cawte Beaglehole.
The Cyclopedia of New Zealand was published in six volumes between 1897 and 1908 by the Cyclopedia Company Ltd. Each volume deals with a region of New Zealand and includes information on local towns and districts, government departments, individuals, businesses, clubs and societies.
This collection contains works related to the discovery and exploration of New Zealand by early explorers and pioneers.
This corpus contains the complete collection of James K. Baxter Prose.
The ten monthly editions of the Kia ora coo-ee : the magazine for the ANZACS in the Middle East, 1918
Publications produced for, and about, the New Zealand Centennial of 1940.
This collection contains early historical works related to New Zealand provinces.
The official history of New Zealand in the Second World War.
This collection contains digitised copies of Sir Robert Stout's pamphlet collection held by the J.C. Beaglehole Room. The pamphlets were orignally published between the 1850s and early 1900s.
This corpus contains the Parliamentary Reports of Robin Hyde, written for the Dominion, Ladies' Mirror, and Observer newspapers, and compiled, annotated, and edited by Dr. Nikki Hessell, of Massey University. Hessell's Introduction to the Reports is also included. The corpus also houses Hyde's Journalese, which contains a chapter of reminiscences of her time as a parliamentary reporter.
A collection of works by Elson Best.
A magazine initially for Railways men and their families, and later the train-riding public.
This collection contains Ready to Read texts.
The Spike: or, Victoria College Review 1902-1961.
The histories of the Third New Zealand Division in the Pacific during the Second World War.
A collection of works from the Oceanic region, including texts, theses, rare documents and a dictionary.
Tuatara was the journal of the Biological Society, Victoria University College, Wellington.
Turbine is a literary journal published annually by the International Institute of Modern Letters, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.
Robert Coupland Harding's magazine Typo, and a number of associated works.
A record of research expeditions carried out by Victoria University to Antarctica.
A collection of student magazines published at Victoria University of Wellington including Salient, The Spike, SMAD, Arachne and Hilltop.
Victoria University of Wellington produced a series of zoology publications between the years 1949 to 1985.