The fonds consists of correspondence from Zoe Vignau and her husband, David C. Low, to Madame Vignau in Boucherville, Quebec. It contains many important descriptions of political and social life in India in the 1820s. It also includes a family tree of the Wattsford-Low families and a copy of Une ville seigneurie Bouchervilles: Chroniques portraits et souvenirs (Montreal, 1890).
Fonds consists of class notes/notebooks taken by Frank S. Young (Meds 1908) and his son F. Malcolm Young (Meds 1941) on various Queen's medical school courses such as pathology, bacteriology, preventative medicine, etc. It also includes laboratory reports and slides. In addition, it consists of the lecture notes and exams taken by F. Malcolm Young to become part of the Queen's University COTC (Canadian Officer Training Corps) in 1939-1940.
Correspondence, photographs, and notes concerning the 50th, 52nd, 53rd Batteries O.F.A., O.E.F., their activities during World War I and the Association formed after the War. Comments on the opening of the Queen's University overseas record, 1914-1917, manuscript.
Fonds consists of correspondence; minutes of General and Executive meetings; copies of the "President's Letter"; records relating to "Reunion '95", "Navy Memorial Park", and other events involving the WRCNS (WREN) Association of Kingston; articles; newsletters; photographs; clippings.
Women's Royal Canadian Naval Service (WREN) Association of Kingston