• Japanese Images Collection: A selection of hand-tinted albumen photographs produced for the tourist trade in Japan in the late 19th century.
  • A selection of bookplates and bookseller tickets collected by Neil Swift (1890-1960), a bookseller from Footscray. This collection includes Australian and New Zealand bookseller tickets.
  • Ephemera Exhibition: Printed material which is used for various purposes and then discarded. The exhibition was drawn from the holdings of the Monash University Library's Rare Books Collection.
  • Allied Geographical Section Southwest Pacific Area WWII Terrain Studies: In 1942, the AGS was formed with the task of compiling all the available geographical intelligence on the largely unmapped and underexplored south-west Pacific area (SWPA).
  • Myra Roper Collection: A collection of images digitised from slides taken by Myra Roper and donated to Monash University by Alan Black.
  • Stereoscopic views of Australia and New Zealand: Stereographic views are a pair of slightly different two-dimensional photographs placed side by side, depicting a scene viewed from each eye. The pair of images appears as a single three-dimensional image when viewed through a stereoscope.
Japanese Images Collection: A selection of hand-tinted albumen photographs produced for the tourist trade in Japan in the late 19th century.1 A selection of bookplates and bookseller tickets collected by Neil Swift (1890-1960), a bookseller from Footscray. This collection includes Australian and New Zealand bookseller tickets.2 Ephemera Exhibition: Printed material which is used for various purposes and then discarded. The exhibition was drawn from the holdings of the Monash University Library's Rare Books Collection.3 Allied Geographical Section Southwest Pacific Area WWII Terrain Studies: In 1942, the AGS was formed with the task of compiling all the available geographical intelligence on the largely unmapped and underexplored south-west Pacific area (SWPA).4 Myra Roper Collection: A collection of images digitised from slides taken by Myra Roper and donated to Monash University by Alan Black.5 Stereoscopic views of Australia and New Zealand: Stereographic views are a pair of slightly different two-dimensional photographs placed side by side, depicting a scene viewed from each eye. The pair of images appears as a single three-dimensional image when viewed through a stereoscope.5