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Archive of Maori and Pacific Music Collections Archive of Maori and Pacific Music Collections
Housed in the Department of Anthropology at The University of Auckland, the Archive of Maori and Pacific Music comprises the world's largest ethnographic sound collection relating to the Pacific. Two collections of festival activities are currently online and more are planned.
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Lapita pottery Anthropology Photographic Archive
Ethnographical and archaeological photographs from New Zealand, New Guinea, the Tokelau Islands and Samoa from the Department of Anthropology Photographic Archive. Includes a major sub-collection of photographs of Lapita pottery.
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The True University History of The University of Auckland
PDF texts of centennial histories of faculties and departments, and photographs of staff and buildings.
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Art History Image Database Art History Image Database
Restricted access collection. Images are only available to staff and students of The University of Auckland. 30,000+ images used for teaching and learning in the Department of Art History.
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Cuthbert Cuthbert Collection (Fanning & Norfolk Island)
Photographs of the Fanning Island cable station, buildings and people, and Norfolk island scenes.
Oral Histories Oral Histories
Oral histories relating to The University of Auckland.
Public Lectures, Seminars, and Interviews Public Lectures, Seminars, and Interviews
A collection of public lectures, seminars and interviews from The University of Auckland.
Maori Feather and Fibre Taonga in Museums Collection Maori Feather and Fibre Taonga in Museums Collection
3000+ detailed images of flax, kiekie and lacebark objects from museums in New Zealand and Britain, photographed by Maureen Lander. The focus is on details of their construction. About half the images are restricted to staff and students of the University of Auckland.
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