Printed Special Collections
The term Special Collections is used to describe collections of non-print and print material that have characteristics that set them apart from other types of collections.
An example of a printed special collection is the Owen Pritchard Collection. This collection was created by Dr Owen Pritchard between 1884 and 1920 and presented by him to the University in 1920. The collection is strong in works printed by the private presses of the late nineteenth century and early twentieth centuries.
Click on the named collections below for further details: