Fuller Collection

Fuller Collection was acquired from Professor John Fuller for celebrating the Institute’s 50th anniversary in 1995. The collection is named after John Fuller, who was the pioneering professor in the UK's Hotel Management industry. William Angliss teaching staff, Graham Dodgshun, has been taught by Professor Fuller in England and it was this link which led to the possibility of obtaining the collection. The collection consists of over 530 books on wine, distilling, brewing, viticulture, and technological aspects of wine production, spirits, and other drinks. Many of the books date back to the 18th and 19th centuries; the oldest published in 1736.



















Liquor Acts
London, 1736


Observations, Historical, Critical, and Medical, on the Wines of the Ancients, and the Analogy between them and the Modern Wines
By Sir Edward Barry
London, 1775
The author, Sir Edward Barry, was the first person who treated the subject of wines in this country scientifically.



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