Fonds consists of correspondence, diary, poetry, prose, biographical articles, critical commentaries, news clippings, photographs, scrapbook, and miscellaneous items relating to his library and estate. Microfilm material consists of correspondence from 1890-1906 and a diary from 1861-1864. Also included is the manuscript for "The Golden dog" from 1877, in both original and microfilm formats.
Fonds consists of correspondence, photographs, and notes concerning the 50th, 52nd, 53rd Batteries C.F.A., C.E.F., their activities during World War I and the Association formed after the War. Also includes comments on the opening of the Queen's University overseas record, 1914-1917, a manuscript, and an Arts '12 Yearbook containing autograph notes and comments, clippings, obituaries pertaining to fellow students and their professors while at Queen's University, and throughout their lives.
Material relating to second Riel Rebellion. Includes diary with notes by Riel, maps, transcript of Riel trial, notebook about trial of the other rebels, photographs, news clippings of Young obituary and copy of record of United Empire Loyalist ancestor.
Antietam Battle Maps. Fourteen charts and maps related to the Battle of Antietam, September 17, 1862. The charts list the officers, the corps, the divisions and the brigades of both the Union and Confederate armies. The battle maps document the various portions of the two armies throughout the battle. Robert Blenderman sketches. Illustrate the proposals for the Frontenac County Jail and walls made by the Save the Jail Committee of the Sydenham Ward Ratepayers' Association.
The collection consists of copied plans for Kingston town hall and Kingston market house as well as a house plan on St. Denis Street in Montreal for the Heirs Hunt. There is one original set of plans, attributed to George Browne, for the Bank of Montreal (Frontenac Club) on King Street, Kingston.