Item is a bill outlining "An Act to repeal certain parts of an Act therein mentioned, and to provide for taking a periodical Census of the Inhabitants of this Province, and for obtaining the other statistical information therein mentioned."
The fonds consists of almost 200 black and white photographs created and/or collected by Cpl. John Irving Freeman during his time of military service in the 1st Commonwealth Division, with the Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (R.C.E.M.E.) during the Korean conflict. The subject matter of the photographs is fairly personal in nature, showing Freeman and his fellow soldiers, living quarters and military machinery.The album also includes ephemera collected by Freeman during his time in Korea such as currency, beers lables, safe conduct and Domain of the Golden Dragon certificates,
Item is a copy of "Kingston Penitentiary is On The Air", which contains two radio shows, first recorded in July and August 1952, featuring "an hour's worth of perfomances by inmate entertainers from Kingston Penitentiary, as originally recorded over the public airwaves" by Radio Station CKWS.
Item is an oral history interview of Frederick C. McCallum as conducted by George Henderson. McCallum discusses life in Northern Ontario from 1910-1916, including the fire in Matheson, Ontario in 1916.
The fonds consists of photographs of winning horses, their drivers and trainers at Frontenac Downs Racetrack. Many photos are composites, annotated with details on the race, and include finish-line shots of each race.