Three letters to Miss Johnston from John Buchan, 1927, from John Gielgud in 1936 and from Lucy Maud Montgomery, undated. With Montgomery's letter is a one-page manuscript of The Land of Uprightness. With the Gielgud letter is a clipping about Gielgud.
Fonds consists of correspondence, memoranda and printed material. Most of the material relates to Queen's University. Includes manuscript in ink written on both sides of three pieces of birchbark concerning religious questions and gospel meeting held at Sharbot Lake, Ont., a letterbook for the period 1868-1873, relating to the finances of Grant's church in Halifax (volume 1); correspondence relating to the biography of Principal Grant by his son, W.L. Grant, 1902-1904 (volume 13). Letters from Grant to several well-known figures including Andrew Drummond, C.J. Low, Charles Mair, Sandford Fleming, Alexander Morris, Alfred E. Lavell, William Snodgrass and James Williamson.