The collection includes an incomplete series of the newspaper L'Écho des Jeunes (October 1999 to May 2001). A document listing the evening courses offered by Hearst High School in 1969-1970, is also part of the collection.
Series consists of a note with regards to fees to Coroner's Constables; Act and Amendments respecting the Registration of Births, Marriages and Death in Ontario, 1870; and a pamphlet on titled "Cannabis Indica. East Indian Hemp.", published by Tilden & Co. Manufacturing Pharmaceutists & Chemists, discussing the medical uses for it and over 100 other drugs.
Series consists of 94 items of correspondence between five files, specifically items to Dr. Beaumont Dixie (file 1), to Anna Dixie (file 2), to Elizabeth "Bessie" Dixie (file 3), to Bertha Dixie (file 4), and miscellaneous correspondence, including a lock of Dr. Dixie's hair.
The notepad is of a commercial real estate agent. The brand logo and details have been blurred by CDIC. The drawing is of the front of a car with driver, facing the viewer. It is at the back of a notepad page.
Item is a mounted photograph of John Forster. The back reads "John Forster, father of Anson Green Forster, grand father of Anson H. Forster". John Forster was buried at Churchville Cemetery; see authority records for details.