Fonds consists of the Queen's Yearbook "Graduating Class School of Mining 1910", belonging to Lawrence Roddick Neilson, with a number of additonal photographs taken on both the University campus and in Kingston and surroudning area, plus a large number taken during a subsequent surverying trip to Southern Alberta, to construct irrigation canals; and a class ring, belonging to Anna Lorena Neilson, engraved with "Q25".
The fonds consists of correspondence, subject files writings, sermons, addresses, and lectures relating to the career of Dr. Andrews and subjects of special interest to him including the history of Newfoundland, the Queen's Theological College and Pine Hill Divinity Hall.The fonds also contains photographs including two studio portraits of Dr. Andrews.
The fonds consists of correspondence, diaries, plays, articles, typscripts of writings, scrapbooks and photographs which illustrate the many aspects of Miss Edgar's career as camp director, writer, poet, hymn-writer, and social worker. The papers also contain some material relating to her family.
Fonds consists of correspondence from various authors, family members, and friends; diaries; notebooks; manuscripts, including "Dark Side of the Moon"; drafts of writings and reviews; watercolours. Most of the manuscript material is contained within a series of notebooks (1968-1976).
Fonds consists of correspondence; sermons, extending over half a century as well as many dating from his time as a Navy Chaplin; writings; research notes and lectures, from his time at Queen's University as an educator; photographs; subject files, both personal and professonial; prayers; and diaries, dating from 1921 until 1984.