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Special collections

We have several special archive collections at Southampton Solent University that are available for use to support study and research, including:

Consumer Culture Collection

The Consumer Culture Collection includes consumer-related publications and ephemera with items dating from the 1920s through to early 2000s. The collection largely comprises magazines, but also includes consumer catalogues, crafting patterns and home improvement/interiors related materials.

Items can be searched for via the library catalogue using the keyword search ‘consumer culture collection’ and are available for reference use only upon request from the library enquiry desk.

For more information see the Consumer Culture Collection factsheet.

Consumer Culture Collection factsheet

The Ken Russell Collection

The Ken Russell Collection is comprised of photographs, scripts, plot notes, film stills, slides and other literature relating to Ken Russell’s films and productions, and dates mostly from the 1970s to the 1990s.

Items can be searched for via the library catalogue using the keyword search ‘Ken Russell collection’ and are available for reference use only upon request from the library enquiry desk.

The Philip Mackie Archive

This archive holds the papers of the writer Philip Mackie, including scripts and personal papers from his writing career. The collection covers television and other productions dating from the 1950s through to the 1980s.

The collection is currently being catalogued, and searching will shortly be available via the library catalogue for the  reference use only archives.

Page last updated on Thursday 10 March 2016 at 8.56am.

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