Toshio Egawa Private Archive Collection in the ISEAS Library, Singapore: A Catalogue

About the Publication

In September 2016, Mr Toshio Egawa, President of Egawa Strategics Laboratory, Japan, decided to give his life-long private archive collection to ISEAS Library. This followed an earlier and generous donation of close to 1,000 publications in 2010. 

The core of this new collection includes 508 reference books that he had consulted for his own research; over 1,000 pieces of calligraphic works, historical letters and manuscripts, first day covers, photographs and paintings related to prominent figures in Japan predominantly Meiji-Taisho period; and some 500 research notes in manuscript form, ranging a wide spectrum of subjects including history, philosophy, economics, and arts.

This catalogue serves as a gateway to the study of many aspects of Japanese history and culture, from the eyes of Toshio Egawa.

Contents

Toshio Egawa Private Archive Collection in the ISEAS Library, Singapore: A Catalogue [Whole Publication]
Preliminary pages
SECTION I: MAIN COLLECTION
Calligraphy Works
Historical Documents
Philatelic
Photographs, Prints and Paintings
Memorabilia
SECTION II: PRIVATE PAPERS
Research Notes Arranged by Subject
Research Notes Arranged by Toshio Egawa Folders
Speeches and Interviews
Published Articles
Publications on Toshio Egawa
SECTION III: REFERENCE PUBLICATIONS
General and Reference Works
Philosophy
Religion
History and Civilization
Geography
Anthropology
Economics
Sociology
Political Science
Heraldry and Genealogy
Law, Education and Research
Music
Art
Language and Literature
Botany and Geology
Military Science
Index

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