This series consists entirely of newspaper clippings, the majority of which are housed in a scrap book and predominately feature articles on various bishops of the Anglican Church. The other clipping contained in this series features an article on Thomas A. Edison’s invention of synthetic rubber.
This series consists of miscellaneous documents pertaining to Camp Taliaferro, a flight-training center that provided flight instruction for the U.S. Air Service and the Royal Flight Corps during World War I.
Predominately consists of Claude Crosse’s personal correspondence with various individuals. Correspondents include C.H.C., Arch J.G. Georgeson, Lt. Robathan, and A.L.M. Also contains a newspaper clipping of Crosse’s obituary from 15 August 1971.
This series consists predominately of various items of correspondence and documents pertaining to Crosse’s military career with the Royal Flying Corps during World War I. Correspondents include Arch J.G. Georgeson, T. Marburgh, A. MacNamara.
Consists of some of the containers used by Howe to store his material. These are:
- Fry's Lothian Chocolates box
- The Evangeline Box, Ganong's Chocolates
- Live Game parcel post box
- German Weihnachtsgruss [Christmas greeting] 1917 paper wallet.
- Pow's pay book and records wallet.
Consists of an assortment of pins, cap badges, and buttons that were used or collected by Pow. These include: Infantry “INF”pin (x2), number “94” pin, Clan Davidson “Sapienter Si Sincere” pin, New Zealand Forces button, Great War Veterans pin, number “8” button, Machine Gun Corps button, RFC pin, 2 decorative pins, 102 North British Colombians, Canadian Engineers, Newfoundland Regiment, "CEF For Service at the Front" pin