The fonds consists of correspondence (mainly from Lorne Pierce to Miss Hume), memoranda, articles by and about Pierce, news clippings, and biography of Pierce. Photographs include pictures of Lorne Pierce, Bliss Carman, Charles G.D. Roberts, Marshall Saunders, Marjorie Pickthall and others.
The fonds consists of correspondence including letters from authors such as Earle Birney, Louis Dudek, A.M. Klein, Irving Layton, Dorothy Livesay, Malcolm Lowry, E.J. Pratt, Frank Scott, Anne Wilkinson and others, press clippings and reviews of Contemporary Verse, and radio broadcasts and articles by Crawley.
The fonds consists of correspondence regarding his works and research, drafts of his writings, manuscripts of books and photographs. Includes papers of his mother, Flora Macdonald Denison, and his wives, Muriel (Goggin) Denison and Lisa (Andrews) Denison, as well as his father-in-law David James Goggin.
Fonds consists of correspondence; subject files; manuscripts; playscripts; school notebooks; diaries; reviews; articles; typescripts of some of her writings; publications; photographs; clippings; and oral history tapes, with transcripts; one DVD-R of the National Film Board of Canada's production of "The Best Damn Fiddler from Calabogie to Kaladar,". There is considerable material relating to her book, 'Celebrate This City.' The photographs are from books on the Ottawa Valley, Kingston, and the Dalton Sailing Album.
The fonds consists of a typescript of an unpublished novel, 'Hard by St. Lawrence'; a manuscript essay, "Make a stand"; articles; and book reviews relating to her book "Miriam of Queen's", which was published in 1921. In addition, news clippings related to MacKinnon and a copy of Miriam of Queen's book are also included.
The fonds consists of correspondence and drafts of manuscripts. Includes correspondence with Earle Birney, Mazo de la Roche, Louis Dudek, Raymond Knister, Malcolm Lowry, Desmond Pacey, Seymour Mayne, Sir Charles G.D. Roberts and Miriam Waddington.