Fonds consists of records documenting the administrative and operational activities of the society including general business files, correspondence, financial records, personnel files, publicity, outreach and reviews, scripts, graphic records, audio and video tapes, scrapbooks and posters, and logbooks and notebooks.
The fonds consists of a holograph notebook, "Notes on the Infantry Training, 1902" by Longstaff; holograph notes for a letter to Mrs. A.L. Buell, 1954; a photocopy of his obituary notices from "The Victoria Daily Times" and the "Victoria Daily Colonist"; and an exercise book (1943) containing clippings from "The Journal of Commerce and Shipping Telegraph".
The fonds consists of a notebook "Mrs. Newton's Book". It consists of a handwritten letter from Robert Body containing an account of his family's voyage to America and a description of their prospects as settlers there.
The fonds consists of a handwritten notebook, in French and Latin, on the letters of Seneca to Lucilius. Etude critique sur les lettres de Seneque a Lucilius avec la collation du plus ancien Manuscript.
The fonds consists of a notebook inscribed "To: Mark Perrin Esq, Knockdrummin with Austin D, Cooper's Compliments --1876." The first page of text notes: "Copied from the Journal of Antiquarian Rambles in the County of Dublin by the late Austin Cooper F.S.A.& M.R.I.A." The notebook is illustrated with 3 watercolours and 5 ink sketches. Also included is further information on Lusk in several hands, including that of Mark Perrin. There are several notes on Lusk on enclosed loose leaves.