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.
Fonds consists of correspondence, reports, clippings, photographs and hand-drawn maps that document Madsen's involvement in various environmental campaigns in the Okanagan region. Campaigns include: Bodega Head, 1962; Brent Mountain, 1961-92; Spotted Lake, 1978-89; Trout Creek, 1972-93; and Uranium, 1971-95. The fonds also includes several files on the Sierra Club, 1971-83; and the Okanagan Similkameen Parks Society, 1966-69; and 4 chalk drawings of landscapes.
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.
The fonds consists of School meeting minutes, 1967-1988; and Fred Martens administrative files, 1964-75; Proposals for Organizational Structure for PE, 1970-1971; and Athletics Directorate office files (including some minutes), 1971-1973.
Collection consists of Treaty and protocol documents, and correspondence for the Minister's use. The correspondence Martin selected for inclusion in these volumes was limited to letters containing significant argument for and against the Columbia River Treaty.
The fonds consists of correspondence relating to the adoption of a foster child through the International Association for the Transformation of Man, correspondence to the Maxwells from their foster child in the Philippines, Caroline Ongat, a photograph, and ephemera.
Fonds consists of research data collected for three book projects on music history in Canada, B.C., and Victoria, including photocopies or slides of 1850-1950 newspaper articles, reviews, retrospective articles, and biographical data. Also included are some original programs from the period.
Fonds consists of diaries and correspondence. The diaries (personal diaries, travel diaries, "Novice Ruth" diaries) provide an extensive record of her personal reflections on her activities and views from 1931-1950, after which time they become less comprehensive. The correspondence includes some inward correspondence, and transcribed copies of outward correspondence from 1949-1955.
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 a diary and correspondence. The personal diary, 1952-1957, discusses weather, family and social activities, and some medical activities, and includes enclosures of programmes, invitations and clippings. The correspondence, 1954-59, is regarding publications and a journalism course.