Item is an oral history interview of Frederick C. McCallum as conducted by George Henderson. McCallum discusses life in Northern Ontario from 1910-1916, including the fire in Matheson, Ontario in 1916.
Letters to two unidentified persons. It appears that one at least is to James Gow, Windsor. In it McLachan tells of family matters, books he has read and the support spiritualism has given him through talks with his dead son, John.
Letter (photocopy) to Duncan Campbell Scott, 1905 Nov. 8, in which he asks permission to include 'Piper of Arll' in a forthcoming anthology and describes the influence this poem had in interesting Masefield in poetry. Undated letter to unidentified person relating to the inclusion of the poem 'The days that make us happy make us wise' in a booklet. The collection also includes a letter to Mrs. H.A Bruce from Masefield, and a photograph of Masefield.There is also a handwritten draft of a poem written by Masefield which is entitled "Lines suggested by Her Majesty's visit to Canada June, July 1959".