The fonds consists of one 22x17 cm scrapbook inscribed “Thomas Kelly, 23 Longwood Avenue, South Cuculan Road, Dublin” with newspaper clippings Kelly's “Streets of Dublin” (1911) pasted on 124 pages. Enclosed are 5 pages of holograph notes and 19 pp. of clippings (1886-1911).
The fonds consists of two typed transcriptions of letters sent home to his family. He talks about his journey over to Great Britain and his experience of an enemy bombing attack on London. Also included are copies of a mimeographed shipboard daily newspaper, The Drunken Duchess (#2-5). H.M.T. Duchess of York was the ship which transported Walker to Great Britain.
The collection consists of a handwritten postcard to Moira (Troup), a former employee of the McPherson Library, University of Victoria. It is signed “Tiff”. In addition, there are two theatre programmes, which feature both Troup and Findley in the respective casts: Crest Theatre Foundation (Toronto) production of The Entertainer by John Osborne, and The Straw Hat Players (Port Carling) in Escapade By Roger MacDougal (Findley also directed), plus a hc from “Tiff”.
The collection consists mostly of blue "ditto" typescript reproductions of poems and prose by the groups contributors. They appear to be limited copies for consideration amongst the group participants. Also included is a corrected typescript copy of "Stacked-Verse"(Aug., 1962, 40 pp.) by Lionel Kearns. Among the contributors represented are George Bowering, Fred Wah, Judy Copithorne, Rona Haddon (Murray), David Bromige, Clark Coolidge, John E. Hill, James Reid, Dan McLeod, Linda Wagner, etc.
The fonds consists of an album of photographs taken when Sanderson was living in Egypt. Most are taken in Egypt but there are a few taken in other African locales and the Middle East. The photographs are mainly of the landscape and tourist attractions, but there are a few of military bases and equipment. Also included is a photo of Sanderson (ca. 1930).