The fonds consists of correspondence, memoranda, notes, news clippings, scrapbooks and printed material related to Power's political and legal career. Includes minutes of the supervising Board of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan and ministerial files collected as Minister of National Defence for Air. Also included is an indexed collection of press clippings containing both news items and editorials relating to the major political issues from 1935 to 1948.
Photographs showing: Peter Lee and family; his Grand Gardens night club in Montreal; group picture of the memorial service for Dr. Sun Yat Sen, 12 April 1925; the first Chinese baby born in Kingston, 1923; Grand Cafe interior, 222 Princess St.; and views of Princess Street buildings in the 1920's.
The fonds consists of photographs by staff and freelance photographers, correspondence, employee paybooks (1926-1933), news clippings and subject files (ca. 1955-1975) and an interview, conducted by staff reporter Murray Hogben, with James Alexander Corry, former Principal of Queen's University at Kingston (1980). Also includes souvenir edition of the Whig in honour of Queen's University's second century (October 16, 1964).
The fonds consists of correspondence (1890-1941) to various friends and family, as well as his second wife Joan Montgomery; typescripts, manuscripts and reprints of various poems and prose works; legal papers; photographs of C.G.D. Roberts and his friends and family. Also includes letters from Roberts to M.O. Hammond, photographs, articles by Roberts, as well as microfilm copies of some of the University of New Brunswick's Roberts papers.