Fonds consists of correspondence and household finances, 1931-1951; Scott's 11 published scores, 1929-1931; Scott's 17 manuscript scores, 1931-1937; records of the Victoria Plectral Orchestra, 1935-1946; music students register, 1930-1949; diaries, 1931, 1934-1951. The diaries include short daily entries about weather, students, appointments and household activities. On occasion, the back page of annual diaries contain a list of items such as orchestra compositions and rents paid. The donation also included a tin sign for Scott's music studio: "Percy Scott Studio: mandolin, guitar etc."
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 records documenting the administration and research projects of TRIUMF (Tri-University Meson Facility), particularly the TRIUMF operations and experiments at the University of Victoria. Fonds includes correspondence of TRIUMF chairman John Climenhaga and of R.M. Pearce, agenda, minutes of meetings, financial records, records of TRIUMF users' groups (Slow Neutron, Meson, Proton and Radiochemistry), proposals and contracts for TRIUMF projects, and publications by Professor Pearce on various aspects of nuclear physics.
The fonds consists of certificates and ephemera relating to Muncy's graduation: Victoria College (U.B.C.) certificate for B.Ed - Elementary, May 27, 1963; Victoria College Third Annual Congregation program, with Muncy listed on the last page; Victoria College Graduation 1963 (procedures for students), with Muncy's seat 81 entered by hand on page 9; and the Invitation to Baccalaureate Service, 26 May 1963.
Fonds consists of the following series: academic diplomas, 1907-1914; personal correspondence from Hamilton to her family during a trip to Europe, 1921-1922; and photographs of her European travels; other photographs documenting Hamilton's time at Victoria College, 1909-1950.
Collection consists of subject files documenting Michael Bigg's efforts to protect Robson Bight killer whales and their habitat; and Andy Bigg's campaign to stop MacMillan-Bloedel from damaging the whales habitat by logging in the Tsitika Valley.
The fonds consists of programs, brochures, clippings and photographs, arranged by production. Productions include: a Bistro Car (1980); Canterbury Tales (1979); Godspell (1978); Man of La Mancha (1986); Pirates of Penzance (1984); Rodgers and Hart (1987); Two Score and More, nd; and several unidentified productions.