Fonds consists of a copy of P.H. Bick's biographical work of his father, Arthur Hardie Bick, during the latter's service in the First World War, entitled, "My Father's War: Major Arthur Hardie Bick, DSO, Canadian Corps Artillery, 1914-1919".
Fonds consists of a notebook, 'Annual Field Day ' programme, and a copy 'The Lantern', pertianing to M.L. Entwhistle's time as a student at Coberg Collegiate Institute, plus a photograph of the CCI staff (1918-1919); 'Students' Handbooks & Directories' of the Queen's Summer School Association, and a Convocation programme (26 November 1926).
Fonds consists of programmes, invitations, dance cards, song sheets, playbills, photographs, and clippings relating to Department of Drama, the Drama Guild, and various other Queen's events including an Arts '49, '50, and "Color Nite" Formals, "The Snow Ball", "Susie Q", "The Bouquet Ball", "Alfie's Amble", the "West Point Dance", and "The Golden Years" -- the University's 1949 Musical Review; and pins relating to Arts '49 and Meds '49 Formals.
Fonds consists of design drawings for proposed plaques and glass etchings for the Memorial Room, located in the John Deutsch University Centre, Queen's University at Kingston; one colour, crayon portait of John Buchan, first Baron Tweedsmuir, as rendered by artist Lawrence R. Batchelor.