The fonds consists of the records created and held by the Synod of the Presbyterian Church in Canada in Connection with the Church of Scotland. It includes correspondence; memoranda; addresses to the King or Queen, Lieutenant-Governor of Governor-General; synod rolls; legal documents; memorials; overtures; petitions, including the 10 July 1844, 'Dissent and Protest of Mr. Bayne and Others'; resolutions; motions and minutes; reports; financial Records; statistics. A considerable portion of the papers documents the close connection of the church with the growth and development of Queen's College. There is also considerable material relating to the union of the various branches of the Presbyterian Church which took place in 1875.
Collection consists of steam packet announcements (newpaper clippings, 1833), a payroll sheet for the Nova Scotia Railway (1859), published memos on the CPR and the laying of the Atlantic telegraph cable, and a published train itinerary for the visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York (1901).
Fonds consists of programmes of various regattas and championships held by a number of canoe clubs under the auspices of the Canadian Canoe Association; correspondence, minutes, technical reports and bulletins, and clippings relating to the canoe events at the 1960 Rome Olympics.
Fonds consists of correspondence from the University of Regina relating to the forming of a National University Pensioners Association; "Echoes in the Halls: An Unofficial History of the University of Alberta"; a copy of "The First Twenty Years", being the history of the Retirees Association at the University of Victoria; and a series of DVDs, produced by the Simon Fraser University Retirees Association entitled, "An Oral History of SFU: The Excitement of the Early Years" (2005), "An Oral History of SFU: A Conversation with Erickson and Massey SFU Architects" (2006), "An Oral History of SFU: The Instant University" (2007), and "An Oral History of SFU: Creating SFU: The Inside Story" (2013).
College and University Retiree Associations of Canada
The fonds consists of correspondence, biographical data, certificates, legal documents, news clippings, and telegram books. The bulk of the collection is legal documents concerning his considerable land holdings in northern Ontario. His subject files include his indenture to John A. Macdonald as a law student. There is also the original manuscript of his prize winning essay: Canada and Her Resources.
The fonds consists of correspondence, legal records, scrapbooks and photographs. These papers illustrate mainly Dr. Morse's editorship of the Canadian Bar Review. There are a few personal papers: financial records and scrapbooks.