The collection is comprised of an envelope addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hunter (Frances Hunter) from Esme Davis, and is decorated with a painting by Davis. Davis, who was born in France, attended St. Martin's School of Art in London and the Royal Academy, before relocating to Victoria (British Columbia) in 1949.
The collection consists of published articles and photographs with commentary by Peter M. McAllister concerning the Great Bear Rainforest Campaign which began in 1990 to protect what is now called the Great Bear Rainforest, a temperate rainforest of approximately 64,000 km2 on the North-Central Coast of British Columbia.
File consists of 48 buttons with feminist slogans, political statements, and that promote events. Some of the buttons include International Women's Day, BC Union, F.A.K.E Women Unite; Kamloops Women’s Centre; Feminists against Vander Zalm; Stop Apartheid; Speak out for Choice on Abortion; Take Back the Night; Stop Harper; Labour Canada Women’s Bureau; and Canadian Labour Congress.