|標題:||台灣大學藏「伊能文庫」||其他標題:||The Ino Collection Housed at Taiwan University||作者:||吳密察
|關鍵字:||伊能嘉矩;伊能文庫;台灣史;台灣研究;Ino Kanori;Ino collection;Taiwan history;Taiwan study||公開日期:||31-七月-1997||出版社:||臺北市:國立臺灣大學歷史學系
Taipei:National Taiwan University, Department of History, National Taiwan University
When Taihoku Imperial University (the predecessor of Taiwan University) was first established in 1928, university officials purchased the collection of Taiwan aborigine artifacts & specimens, including part of the personal library & manuscripts, of Ino Kanori, the renowned pioneer of Taiwan Studies in Japan. Of these materials, the aborigine artifacts became the collection of specimens managed by the university's Institute of Ethnology, while the books & manuscripts were incorporated into the university library as the "Ino Collection." However, the library did not implement any central management or control of the books & manuscripts but rather integrated them with the rest of the library's holdings. In fact, many of the manuscripts were placed on the stacks without first being catalogued. Thus, although the Ino Collection is unusually famous, no one could enumerate its entire contents. Recently, after devoting considerable resources to the reclassifying of this collection, it is now possible to apprehend the Ino Collection in its entirety. According to the results of this re-cataloguing & reordering process, the Ino Collection consists of approximately four hundred separate items. Of these items, approximately three hundred are bound publications related to Taiwan studies that were published during the Meiji (1868-1912) & Taisho (1912-1926) eras. Another twenty-some items are Qing period publications bound in the traditional Chinese style, while an additional sixty-some titles consist of hand-copied texts & original manuscripts. The most treasured items in the Ino Collection are these hand-copied texts & manuscripts. The hand-copied volumes preserve historical materials not found elsewhere in the world, while many of Ino Kanori's original manuscripts are even more invaluable.
在 IR 系統中的文件，除了特別指名其著作權條款之外，均受到著作權保護，並且保留所有的權利。