About the Hocken Collections

The Hocken Collections is a research library, archive and gallery that collects widely in relation to the history and culture of New Zealand, the Pacific and Antarctica, with a special emphasis on the Otago region of New Zealand.

The collections include books, ephemera, posters, newspapers, journals, music, maps, archives, manuscripts, photographs, paintings, drawings and film. In date, they range from the seventeenth century to the present day.

In keeping with the original Deed of Trust the Hocken Collections is open to all individuals who wish to visit our reading rooms and exhibitions. For those people who cannot visit there are research/reference services available.

The Hocken is part of the University of Otago Library.

To find out more see our webpages http://www.library.otago.ac.nz/hocken/index.html. We also have a Facebook page and a Wikipedia entry.

2 thoughts on “About the Hocken Collections

  1. Can you help us get a higher resolution of the ‘the man with the donkey” image shown on blog link below?
    https://blogs.otago.ac.nz/thehockenblog/2010/04/22/anzac-day/
    We want to use this image on a folder we are currently designing for commercial purposes. Please advise if available and if any fee is involved to use for a quantity of 1000 folders.
    Please ingore my earlier email incorrectly using my personal email instead of work email address.
    Thanks, Judy

  2. Hi Judy, yes it is possible to get a high res image. The fees will be $23 for the image plus a commercial use fee. We will be in touch via email to find out more from you.
    Kind regards
    Anna

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