Single family brick home with a very elaborate veranda with balustrade above that runs three quarters of the way around the house. Two women are sitting in a two-wheeled buggy in the foreground. Possibly the former home of Liberal MP Alexander Gunn who had a residence at Johnson and Clergy (south west corner). The house was later used as a Women’s College and then for a long time as the YWCA.
The fonds consists of correspondence of both a polical and business nature, subject files, mining reports and records of the Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario, press clippings, photographs and a large collection of maps. There is also extensive material regarding an arbitration case between Cementation Company (Canada) Limited and International Minerals and Chemical Corporation (Canada) Limited which includes correspondence, transcripts and evidence.
Fonds consists of a photograph of an oil painting of Wallace Havelock Robb, executed by Joan Levy-Earle, to replace the original lost in a fire; an autographed copy of her first published book of poetry, entitled "Welcome to My World", which includes a photograph of the author with the Robbs viewing the original portait; and an autographed volume of poetry, entitled, "Thursday's Dream" in which the author has visions of writing a biography of the "Abbé of Abbey Dawn".