Two scrapbooks; one bound in purple with gold lettering and inscribed on the first page. The 100 pages of this album have been numbered by machine, The other volume is bound in green and black with gold lettering andsome of its pages have been numbered by hand. Both books contain news clippings on matters concerning medicine, women's rights, spiritualism and political personages.
Manuscript letters and lease book typed transcripts, photostats from National Archives and printed materials concerning the creation and disposition of Clergy Reserves of land in Upper Canada 1791-1856.
The collection consists of maps depicting various counties in Eastern Canada including New Brunswick/Westmoreland, Nova Scotia/Digby, Nova Scotia/Guysborough, Nova Scotia/Inverness, Nova Scotia/Yarmouth, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Ontario/Lanark, Ontario/Leeds and Grenville, Ontario/Lincoln and Welland, Ontario/Ontario, Ontario/Perth, Ontario/Stormont,Dundas, and Ontario/York.
The fonds consists of books used in part by Fairfield family for account books : James Macfarlane and Company account and letterbook of Kingston Chronicle, 1832-1834; Cataraqui Bridge Company letterbook, 1827-1830; daybook for cut stone business, 1889; bank book of Herman Fairfield with Merchants' Bank of Canada, 1869.
This collection consists of one sepia-tone, digitally enhanced copy print; two black and white, 4 x 5 copy negatives; and three, 35 mm. copy slides; of 'Camp Iroquois', a summer home built in 1875 by James Wallace, and located on Bostwick Island in the Thousand Islands, Ontario.
Autograph album contains autographs and holograph letters from many well-known figures, including Sir Isaac Brock, Lord Elgin, John Keble, John Henry Newman, Bishop Strachan, Lord John Russell, Governor-General Metcalfe and Lord Dufferin.