File consists of a map and a large format pamphlet outlining the particulars of the Oulton Hall Estate in Lowestoft, Suffolk, in England from 1885; an indenture from 1810; a copy of George Borrow's will dated December 1, 1880; and documents relating to Borrow's estate.
File consists of an album of 79 miscellaneous British autographs and letters. It includes letters written to W.L. Courtney, J.M. Wilson and F. Max Muller. Persons represented include Sir Maziere Brady, R.G. Braybrooke, Sir Samuel E. Bridges, Sir John Burke, W.J. Courhope, E. Curtius, John Cam Hobhouse, Admiral J. Jervis, B. Jowett, C. Knight, A. Legros, Sir H.J.S. Maine, H.W. Massingham, Mowbray Morris, Mark Patison, Bonamy Price, E. Renan, A.H. Sayce, and W.A. Wright.
File consists of one bound volume, handwritten, for the Kingston Preparative Meeting of Men Friends from February 25, 1841 to October 10, 1867. A Preparative Meeting was used to prepare for the regional monthly meeting (best compared to a parish council) for the Religious Society of Friends.
File consists of correspondence to Miss. Annie Hill and later Mrs. [Robert] Taylor. Letter content describes conditions of Winnipeg in the late 1800s, such as the weather, business, price of bread, real estate and journey to Winnipeg, as well the prospects out west and in Ontario. In one letter Robert Taylor asks Annie's father for permission to marry her, and in another letter he mentions a fight that broke out in which a miller working for Wadsworth was beaten. There is also a Dissolution and Partnership document involving and signed by Robert Taylor.
File consists of two letters from George Borrow's stepdaughter, Henrietta MacOubrey, as well as an envelope containing a portrait of George Borrow and his autograph. The envelope is dated and has an inscription.
File consists of four letters from Edith Sitwell to Austin Hinton and his wife dated 1927. All letters concern arrangements for a lecture which Edith Sitwell gave in Newcastle in November 1927, at which time she was a house guest of the Hintons.
File consists of letters, drawings and photographs to H.H. Brown from Eugene A. Moxley that discuss plants in Ontario such as the marsh fern and polystichum lonchitis; a photograph of Frank Moxley in a corn field taken September 1947; a photograph of a barn that has the buildings numbered from 1-6 with an identification key written on the back; and a photograph of a fossil sent to H.H. Brown by Moxley.
File consists of a typescript carbon copy letter written by Arthur S. Hamilton to the editor of the Brantford Historical Society (Ontario), concerning the exploration of the Great Lakes (1669-1670) by the Sulpician missionaries, François Dollier de Casson (1636-1701) and René Bréhant de Galinée (d. 1678), as well as two maps sketched by Hamilton depicting the "Indian Village of Tanawawa" and "Wintering Place".