Edwin Thumboo is a renowned a poet and academic in Singapore. The Collection consists of manuscripts of poems, book chapters, journal articles, works of literary criticism and personal correspondence.
NUS Libraries has a comprehensive collection of more than 150 Chinese newspapers published in Southeast Asia in print and microform.
This collection comprises mostly published books and periodicals, but also includes materials in other formats such as manuscripts, photographs and maps relating to the history, heritage and cultures of people in Southeast Asia. It holds fascinating and important items and invites researchers and scholars to mine them to create fresh connections between the present and the past.
A collection of sketches of common spaces in Singapore between 2014 and 2017 by Dr Ho Chee Lick, a lecturer and a self-taught artist.
This select bibliography lists materials on the history of Singapore from its earliest times to post-independence.
The Medical and Health Collection contains historical medical information resource for researchers, students, faculty, and healthcare professionals.
A digital collection of daily China weather records spanning 1872-1951 presented in the form of a listing and geovisualisation.
The 1st generation of local-trained architects who were educated and trained at the Singapore Polytechnic from 1963 to 1969 contributed significantly to the built environment of Singapore, Malaysia and beyond. The Singapore Pioneer Architects is a legacy collection held at the National University of Singapore (NUS) Libraries, which were digitized for educational and non-profit use. It contains the ‘Final Year Design Project’ documentation of the graduates from the Singapore Polytechnic diploma programmes in Architecture and Town Planning.
Digital library of biodiversity literature on Southeast Asia which aims to make the literature available to a global audience through open access principles.
A collection of mixed media artwork of places of worship in Singapore by Dr Ho Chee Lick, a lecturer and a self-taught artist.