The collection is comprised of raw footage, as well as several final productions of films in which Pulver was involved in some capacity. The majority of the material pertains to a documentary about cruise missiles and disarmament but other topics include the Dandelion community (an intentional community/commune) located near Kingston, Ontario, aquafitness, and Kingston Artists' workshops.
Collection consists of nitrate negatives; and thumbnail prints of Vosper Family members including Dr. Louis Llewlyn, Charlotte Vosper; Kingston and district scenes; and the family cottage on Oak Lake, near Peterborough, Ontario; correspondence regarding the unveiling of the Sharpshooter's Monument in Ottawa, legal documents relating largely to James Agnew, Solicitor for the City of Kingston, early petition to the Mayor of the Town of Kingston, Ontario seeking remission of taxes, and a list of those cadets attending the first class at the Royal Military College, Kingston, Ontario, in 1876, as well as a list of "Officers on the R.M.C. College Staff from 1876 till present date - 1902."
Film seems to be a compilation of footage from the Yukon Territories. There are a few scenes in which Vero Wynne- Edwards appears: putting gas into a truck and cooking a meal over an open fire. There are also images of Vero with members of a northern indigenous community; an RCMP officer; a large paddle boat on the (Yukon?) river; Dawson City perhaps, seen from a train; fisheries; and mining operations. A fair amount of the footage is aerial.