The collection consists of correspondence to Sister Pauline L. Chart (Sister Northcott?) and carbon copies of her replies. Sister Chart was involved with corresponding and sending care packages to people in post-war Germany. Other correspondents include Brother W. H. Safford and Stanley H. Ramsden.
The collection consists of a map in German of Eger in Bohemia. Title translates as: "the town of Eger located in front of the Behemer Forest". Woodcut from the 1579 edition of Sebastian Munster's Cosmography?
The collection consists of an album of photographs taken of Queen Charlotte Island and other locations in British Columbia. The album includes 85 colour photographs and over 20 pieces of related ephemera tipped in.
The collection consists of 92 b&w photographs possibly of the Lettice family taken in various places in and around Victoria, BC, including photographs taken at Stanley Park in Vancouver and Seattle during the Alaska Yukon Exhibition of 1909.
The collection consists of five b&w photographs of Victoria in 1913 and 1916. The photographs include three b&w photographs taken after a massive snowstorm in Victoria in 1916; a b&w Steroview photograph card by R[ichard] Maynard; and a mounted b&w photograph with the caption: "Officers of B.C. Electric at Deep Bay, June 18, 1913, Opening of New Interurban Line".