The fonds consists of the working files for plays of Henry Carey (1980); The Dynamics of Progress (1989); Time: A Bibliographic Guide (1993); and the Encyclopedia of Time (New York: Garland, 1994). Series for the Encyclopedia include correspondence, text marked for index, files for non-contributors, and subject files: Aging, Biology, History of Archaeology, Physics and Astronomy, Religion, Sociology, and Time Management.
The collection consists of essays written by Loft's students, including David Holmes-Smith and Lorraine Brand, for Loft's education courses at the University of Victoria concerning the history of education in B.C. and the history of Victoria's churches.
Fonds consists of research data, research literature and index, testing kit and wooden blocks, presentation package and audio-visual tapes, subject files, Open Court wall charts, numerous articles and a booklet written by Bell entitled "Phonemes: A Parents Guide to Beginning Reading".
Fonds consists of photocopied files relating to Haig-Brown's environmental concerns and sports fishing, 1967-1974; and his role as Chancellor of UVic, 1971-1972, which include references to the War Measures Act, CAUT censures, controversial firings by President Partridge and his subsequent resignation, academic assemblies, and convocations.
Series consists of materials related to Dr. Austin’s activities as a faculty member in the Department of Biology at the University of Victoria, including records pertaining to tenure and promotion, student projects, and teaching material.
Fonds consists of records of the Malahat Review (Issues 1 through 64) and includes typescripts of articles, short stories and poems submitted to the magazine; galley proofs, page proofs; minutes of meetings of the Malahat Review Editorial Board; general financial and administrative records relating to the magazine's founding by Robin Skelton and John Peter; correspondence of Skelton and Peter concerning submissions to the magazine, requests for submissions to special issues, the magazine's financial crisis in 1975 and appeals to subscribers for support; account books recording works submitted; photographs; press releases; newsclippings.