The fonds includes the following: Correspondence, 1908-1970; Reports, 1906-1961; Clippings, 1913-1974; Financial Records, 1911-1964; Lists, 1908-1947; Affiliation, 1902-1923; and Examinations, 1944-1946. These records illustrate the functions of the Principal's Office in relation to its service to the students, faculty, and administration of Victoria College.
The fonds consists of the following series: Correspondence, 1919-63; Accounts, 1920-50; Faculty minutes and circulars, 1960-63; Press releases, 1934-62; Registrar's note book and scrapbook, 1930-63; Reports, 1946-63; Statistics, 1950-63; Department of Veteran's Affairs correspondence, 1945-61; United States Department of Veteran's Affairs, 1946-51; U.B.C., Correspondence and Reports, 1937-1960; Scrapbook, 1951-1956; and Examination marks, 1921-63.
The fonds consists of documentation and correspondence relating to his Ph.D thesis; correspondence relating to his translations of two Russian articles, including "Slavery among the Indians of North America" by U.P. Averkieva; seven typescript articles by Reid; two published articles by Reid; newspaper clippings relating to Victoria College; and two Graduation Ball dance cards from Victoria College, 1961.
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 fonds consists of records documenting Bishop's career as Head of the Department of English at the University of Victoria and the events surrounding the tenure crisis of the mid-1960s, as well as his activities on various university committees and off-campus organizations. Fonds includes correspondence, minutes of meetings, reports, copies of legislation relating to education, addresses, speeches and essays, booklets, broadsides, college calendars, newsclippings and genealogical material on the Bishop family.
The fonds consists of notebook containing holograph minutes (1941-1949) of the association, with enclosures including note regarding objections to pooling in upcoming convention, 1946, resolutions protesting the granting of amnesty to deserters, 1946; and resolution against the further entry of Chinese to Canada, 1947.