The fonds consists of minutes, fund raising records, reports, correspondence, staff development records, staff policy manual, agreements, and newsclippings. RECORDS RELATED TO THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS ARE ALSO IN THIS FONDS: Calgary Crisis Co-ordinating Committee, Calgary Hostels Division, Calgary Local Council of Women, Calgary Status of Women Action Committee, Executive Women International, Kinette Club of Calgary, Kinsmen Club of Calgary, Senior Citizen's Central Council of Calgary and the University of Calgary.
The fonds consists of Elizabeth's diary (1907); Charles' campaign leaflet and business papers, Spray Camp ledger (1926-1927), and Ghost Camp accounts (1920-1922); Helen's CCI and Normal School notebooks (1920s), proceedings of the 1968 Social Credit leadership convention, and papers related to her activities in the VADC (1941), Southern Alberta Pioneers (1944-1986), Knox United (1919-1966), Glencoe Club (1963-1970) and Skyline Hikers (1944-1971); Rosemary's school records, childhood art works, and greeting cards; photographs of the McCormick and Cartwright families, Calgary personalities, businesses and sports events (1904-1947); greeting cards and bills of Elizabeth's brother, George Cartwright (1904-1917); and miscellaneous programs for Calgary events (1901-1982).
Fonds consists of copied records, that date from 1898-1964, including a personal reminiscence by Catherine McLean and photographs depicting Samuel McCauley, bridges, a ferry, horses and carriages, an ice breaker, and a train.
The fonds consists of F.R. Cathro's diary (1920-1924), stock book (1893-1922), Aberdeen Angus registrations and pedigrees (1905-1929, 1940-1946) and account books (1929-1950); Matthews Music House piano sales books, tax returns and financial statements (1916-1943), and an interview with Ruth Samuelson about the store (1991); Highland Stock Farms basic herd records, cashbooks and posters (1947-1966); and personal papers of C.C. Matthews and other family members. Includes the minute book of the Alberta Musical Festival Association, Calgary branch (1920-1931).
The fonds consists of minutes, financial records, publicity materials, newsclippings, exhibition inventories, artist résumés and statements, volunteer records, fund-raising event records, grant applications, photographs, visitors' books, and a collection of mail art. The "Centre Gallery herstory" series documents exhibitions and events in a series of scrapbooks.