Aerial photographs, (prints & negatives) of Kingston and vicinity as well as Royal visit of 1939, Red Cross nurses, Kingston Collegiate Vocational Institute under construction, Canadian Steamship Lines Grain elevators, Westport, Keyes Supply and scenic shots of the Thousand Islands. The film reel begins with footage of cherry blossoms and then moves on to the 1930 Air Meet held in Kingston. The air show contains scenes of an autogyro, and flour bombing runs on a Model T clad in plywood to resemble a moving tank.
The fonds consists of correspondence and research notes relating to his work on SSHRC grants and Canada Council grants on colonial surveys, the Directorate of Overseas Surveys and East African surveys and mapping.
The fonds consists of the administrative and operational records of the association and gallery, including the minutes of the Board of Directors, exhibition and publicity materials, grant applications and correspondence with other professional associations.
The fonds consists of correspondence, speeches, press releases, memoranda, subject files relating to his work as Minister of Labour, his constituency and several federal elections. Correspondents include Sir Robert Borden, J.S. Woodsworth, Lord Tweedsmuir and, most notable, are a large number of letters and telegrams from Mackenzie King.
The fonds consists of three visitor's books and a membership register. The visitor's books reveal such guests as Alexander Graham Bell, William Lyon Mackenzie King, Carl Sandburg, George Alexander Drew, Sir Adam Beck, Sir Sandford Fleming, Sir Hughe Montgomery Knatchbull-Hugessen; Vincent Massey, General Henry Duncan Graham Crerar, Sir Montague Allan, James T. Sutherland, Major-General H. F. H. Hertzberg and Sir William Arthur Currie.
The fonds consists of correspondence, minutes, agenda, and pamphlets of Canada Foundation, the Canadian Arts Council, Munitions Painting and the Wartime Information Board and the Federation of Canadian Artists. Also included are a draft copy of an autobiography (1982) and short stories. The microform reels contain correspondence, subject files, and a catalogue of Taylor's work.
The fonds consists of correspondence, general orders and abstracts. The collection of 11 manuscript volumes contains official copies of many hundreds of letters, documents and orders written by the Duke of Richmond and his adjutants during his service as Commander-in-Chief of the forces in British North America. There is also a letter written by Richmond to an unidentified recipient dated May 17 1818.