The fonds consist predominantly of administrative records, St. Andrew's publications, documents on the subject of the church's history, records of missionary work, and documents concerning members of the clergy and congregation. The collection reflects the growth of St. Andrew's, changes in the church's structure, and the evolution of St. Andrew's relationship with Kingston since its founding in 1818. The fonds consist of the following series: Fellowship, Work, and Worship.
File consists of reports, publications, and correspondence relating to the education of African Americans in the southern United States, reports from University Race Relations Committees, and a report from the Tuskegee Institute on lynchings.
The collection is comprised of correspondence, articles, telegrams and official military documentation collected and received by Martha and George Lockyer from their son, Chris Railton Lockyer who died on active service (17 August 1917) in the Battle for Hill 70, near Vimy. The collection also includes a number of letters from Alec Lockyer to his parents and siblings. This material was organized by Don Lockyer into two named volumes "Far from Home" and "Somewhere in Europe". The volumes intersperse non-contemporaneous articles and materials framing and contextualizing this material within a larger narrative. Also included are some supplemental letters, photographs and a memorial marker for C.R. Lockyer.
The collection consists of sound recordings produced by or at Queen's University, previously collected by the Library or otherwise lacking provenance. Includes recordings of convocations, lectures and addresses, installations of Principals, and oral history interviews.