The series consists of news clippings, programs, and magazine articles pertaining to Hollingsworth and her works and theatrical productions. The three works that have been reviewed extensively have separate files: Ever Loving, Smiling Under Water, and War Babies.
The files consist of sixty-two handwritten letters and one postcard to the Wallace family. Most are from Edith J. Lyttleton (godmother) to Paul A.W. Wallace during his service in England during WWII. Lyttleton also wrote a few letters to Dorothy (Mrs. Paul Wallace) and to Professor F.H. Wallace (Paul's father?). The other letters are to Paul from Helena Coleman and Marjorie Pickthall.
The file consists of autographs of classical musicians and performers, written on programmes and slips of paper, plus an autographed photograph of Marilyn Horne; and correspondence between McKenzie and Yehudi Menuhin, Reginald Werrinwrath, and the Vancouver Festival Society, 1950-1959.