The fonds consists of correspondence, articles, translations, notes for speeches, news clippings, scrapbook, broadcasts on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, photographs, certificates and material relating to the study of French in schools.
The fonds predominantly consists of textual material created and maintained by Luciuk that reflects his activism on, and campaigning for, Ukrainian Canadian issues such as war crimes, redress and recognition. There is a small amount of personal and academic material within the fonds as well. The fonds has been arranged in the following series: Deschênes Commission, Personal, Professional, Subject files and Press.
Fonds consists of correspondence, research notes, manuscripts, and clippings related to Bill Fitsell's news columns that ran in the Kingston Whig-Standard, and interests in hockey history; the Cliff Bowering sous-fonds (1953-1980); subject files (1900-2000); scrapbooks (1951-1966); Whig-Standard (1838-2011); Kingston Sports (1898-); photographs ([ca. 1884]-2003); International Hockey Hall of Fame (1943-2012); hockey (-2014); writings (1969-2012); sound recordings (1973-2006); photographs of the historical plaque unveiling associated with Meagher House, Kingston, Ontario (1984).
The fonds consists predominantly of land agreement, sale, assignment and lease documents for lots and parcels within Frontenac County and the City of Kingston from 1801to 1864. There is also a limited amount of correspondence with John Macaulay and Thomas Kirkpatrick regarding various estates, business papers, legal documents pertaining to a number of estates, shares for a variety of companies, in particluar trust and insurance companies, a letterbook (1839-1846) and two small account books (1836-1846).
The fonds consists of committee reports and minutes of McDonald's connection with Canadian NATO Parliamentary Association including constitution and revisions, financial records and with the North Atlantic Assembly including reports of military tours of NATO countries. There are also some personal papers and speeches.
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.