Fonds consists of correspondence, catalogues, research and production material, photographs and other records relating predominantly to the revised edition of A Checklist of the Hogarth Press 1917-1946 (1986) compiled by J. Howard Woolmer, and including material regarding the first edition (published 1976).
Fonds consists of Boyle’s correspondence, lectures, scrapbooks, poetry, and other records. Records relate to early archaeology in Ontario. Correspondence is primarily from Boyle's time as Curator for the Provincial Museum (Ontario).
Series consists of material related to the history of the ROM of Geology and Mineralogy, correspondence, and records on the expedition to the Chubb crater (now the Pingualuit Crater) in northern Quebec.
The fonds consists of Peter Jones’s records pertaining to his activities as a minister, author and translator, and to his personal life. Records include correspondence; autobiographical material; hymns in translation (1877); histories of the Ojibwa Indians; (notes for) sermons and other professional material; diaries (1829), journals, photographs and other personal material; miniature portraits of Peter Jones and Eliza Field (by Matilda Jones); material about Jones including leaflets and clippings; and other material including petitions from Natives (1826–1844). Materials relating to Eliza Jones (née Field) include correspondence, primarily with members of her family; personal material including notes on sermons, 20 diaries/notebooks (1823–1883) and photographs; and other material. Also included in the collection are materials relating to John Sunday, including a photograph, a clipping, the record of his ordination as a minister and a bible.
The fonds consists of one account book outlining purchases and payments related to the Springford Railway Station. The entries appear to be completed by John Berrington (noted as J.C. Barrington) and, possibly, John McClary.
Collection consists of records compiled by the ROM Library and Archives, documenting the ROM’s creation and its predecessors, including the museum on the biological department of the University of Toronto.